Warming Centers Open Across the Lower East Side

Posted on: January 23rd, 2013 at 6:18 am by

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The weather has completely bottomed out this week, and warming centers across the Lower East Side and Chinatown are now open for those in need. Hours of operation are from 9am to 4pm for the following locations:

BRC Senior Center, 30 Delancey Street
Educational Alliance, 190 East Broadway
Good Companions Nutrition, 334 Madison Street
Grand Coalition Senior Center, 80 Pitt Street
La Guardia Senior Center, 280 Cherry Street
UJC Adult Luncheon Club, 15 Bialystoker Place
University Settlement, 189 Allen Street
Sirovich Senior Center, 331 East 12th Street

Mott Street Senior Center, 180 Mott Street
NY Chinatown Senior Center, 70 Mulberry Street
CPC Project Open Door, 168 Grand Street

For a full list of city warming centers, check this out. It’s frickin’ freezing in here, Mr. Bigglesworth.

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