Tag Archives: Holidays

To the Village of Harlem: Happy Thanksgiving

Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving with loved ones and a very Happy Holiday Season! Wishing the Village of Harlem much good health and happiness!

All the best,


Harlem Shambles to offer free range turkeys for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a few weeks away! So no time like the present to start your holiday planning. Harlem Shambles is here to assist! They are selling free range turkeys for $6 a pound. The turkeys will come from a local farm and will range from 15 to 20 pounds! Supplies are limited so call or stop by Harlem Shambles to reserve your turkey.

Harlem Shambles
2141 Frederick Douglass Blvd (between 115th & 116th Street)
(646) 476-4650


Santa Claus is coming to Harlem at bier international for St. Nikolaus Day

Parents bring your kids to bier international in Harlem today! Santa Claus is coming for St. Nikolaus Day! Bier international, located at 2099 Frederick Douglass Blvd., will be holding their second annual St. Nikolaus Day today, December 11, from 3-6 PM where kids will have an opportunity to meet Santa and have their stocking stuffed with a treat. Photos with Santa will also be available.

According to bier, the tradition of St. Nikolaus Day, usually the first week in December, is a festival for children in many European countries. It finds its roots in legends dating back to the year 346 when Nikolaos of Myra, a saint and Greek Bishop was reputed to hand out gifts secretly. He became the model for Santa Claus whose English name derives from the Dutch Sinterklaas. It’s a European tradition that can be enjoyed universally by kids of all nationalities.

Hope to see you there. Details below!

St. Nikolaus Day at bier international
3:00 to 6:00 pm
2099 Frederick Douglass Blvd, between 113th and 114th Street

Bright wishes for the holidays

Dec 24, 2008 @ 20:39



The blogging family of HarlemCondoLife.com would like to extend bright wishes to everyone for the holidays! May everyone enjoy this time with family and friends! Until after the 25th… Happy Holidays!