Reminder: Last of the Stanton Street Summer Sundays

Posted on: September 13th, 2009 at 10:00 am by

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Today is the last of the Stanton Street Summer Sundays.  Stop by to partake in the activities, which include the following:

A variety of food samples from local restaurants including Inoteca, Donnybrook, Sonia Rose, as well as newly opened Saffa and Jeffery’s Meat Market – the fifth generation butcher and famous Essex Street Market business – who will be barbecuing again.

Tropical Salon will offer Demos/Free Consultation/Chance to Win Anti-Frizz Coppola Keratin therapy treatment.

Three FREE Tours! At 2:30PM tour hosted by the Jewish Conservancy with focus on the Jewish Heritage Landmarks of the Lower East Side. For more information call the Jewish Conservancy @ 212-374-4100 At 3:00PM LES Vintage Shopping Tour lead by expert Carly Caryn fashion stylist and photographer. At 3:30PM Women of the LES Tour hosted by the East Village Visitors Center.

4:30 PM FREE Skateboarding Workshop – Louie’s Skateboarding school will partner with LES Shut Skates to offer FREE lessons from beginner to advanced level classes in skateboarding. Professional skateboarder Luiz Louie will teach a group class.

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