News 12 The Bronx Numbers & Links for February 2022

News 12 The Bronx Numbers & Links for February 2022

News 12 Staff

Feb 1, 2022, 5:00 AM

Updated 814 days ago

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News 12 The Bronx Numbers & Links for February 2022

Feb. 28

Filmmaking:
NYC Parks
Free at home COVID tests:
More information
Women's History Celebration:
March 10
New York Botanical Garden the Garden Terrace Room
Doors open at 5:30pm - RSVP Required
718-590-3989
smalave@bronxbp.nyc.gov
Irish Heritage Celebration:
March 15
Rambling House
4292 Katonah Ave.
Bronx, NY 10470
Doors open at 5:30pm - RSVP Required
718-590-3989
smalave@bronxbp.nyc.gov

Feb. 27

Black History Month Exhibition:
NYC Parks
Outdoor Skills: Camp Cooking:
NYC Parks

Feb. 24

Jews of Ukraine:
Website
Congressman Jamaal Bowman Black History Town Hall Registration:
More Information

Feb. 23

At-home COVID-19 tests:
FDA

Feb. 22

Williamsbridge Oval Recreation Center
NYC Parks

Feb. 21

President’s Day Service Changes
Black Owned Brooklyn’s Feature Length Film

Feb. 20

Humble School of Martial Arts Fundraiser:
GoFundMe
Help save 2 immigrant-owned businesses and buildings:
GoFundMe

Feb. 18

Witness to Mass Incarceration:
Donate

Feb. 16

Tenant rights hotline:
More information: 212-979-0611

Feb. 14

Angel Family Farm:
More Information
NYC Test & Trace Corps Partners With City Cultural Sites and Public Libraries to Distribute Free At-Home COVID-19 Tests:
More Information
How to avoid Valentine's Day scams:
FTC
Report fraud to FTC
Valentine's Day deals:
More information
Black History Month:
Alexzandra Denis

Feb. 13

Jeuness Track Club:
Website
NYC Test & Trace Corps Partners With City Cultural Sites and Public Libraries to Distribute Free At-Home COVID-19 Tests:
More Information

Feb. 11

Trendy Chaos:
Website

Feb. 9

Living Sober:
Big Vision NYC

Feb. 7

Help for tenants:
• Tenant Helpline: The Tenant Helpline is staffed by trained specialists who work with tenants one-on-one to meet their individual needs—providing information, resource navigation, and referrals. We encourage tenants to Call 311 and ask for the Tenant Helpline!
• Right to Counsel: Tenants navigating eviction have the right to free legal counsel, and those who leverage this program have a high success rate of staying in their home (84% pre-COVID) Call 311, and ask for the Tenant Helpline!
• HPD/DOB Complaints: HPD/ DOB take tenant safety seriously. Call 311 to report issues like: mold, pests, lack of heat/ gas/ electricity, structural concerns, and more. The City will send someone to assist you.
• Source of Income: Discrimination against potential tenants with vouchers (including CityFHEPS) is illegal in NYC and will not be tolerated. In December 2021, the City put $2M for outreach/ prevention plus 19 headcount to CCHR’s Source of Income unit.

Feb. 5

Super Bowl Dream Job:
GET PAID TO WATCH THE SUPERBOWL

Feb. 3

Salad dressing recall:
More information

Feb. 1

New York State Panel on Long COVID:
More Information


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