B&H Dairy Owner Participating in New ‘East Village Tuesdays’ Series

Posted on: January 25th, 2016 at 10:28 am by

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The B&H Dairy crew, Photo: B&H Dairy

Tomorrow night, B&H Dairy owner Fawzy Abdelwahed will spin a yarn for area residents, as a part of the FAB x East Village Tuesdays series. “Telling his story,” as public materials say. Expect to hear about the struggles in the wake of the Second Avenue Explosion.

Presented in part by Fourth Arts Block and the East Village Community Coalition Host Committee, the program creates an evening of storytelling by neighborhood artists, residents, and business owners. In this socializing, sharing, and supporting, the idea is the community will be all around more aware, more informed, more connected.

The event is free and open to the public; free drinks for the first 30 guests, free food for everyone.

It’s happening tomorrow evening (January 26) from 5:30PM to 8:00PM, at UNDER St. Mark’s (94 St. Mark’s Place). More info here.

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