A reader and wonderful Harlemite has informed HarlemGal Inc. that two or potentially three local Harlem business owners will run in this years ING/New York City Marathon. They are Mekia Denby, co-owner of Kidberry and Ousmane, co-owner of bier international.
If you plan on watching the marathon in Harlem, specifically along Fifth Avenue, look out for these two Harlem business owners so that you can cheer them on along with the rest of the runners. They will definitely need our support as they reach this point of the marathon in Harlem. If you want to track these Harlem runners on marathon day or any other runners for that fact, go to the ING Marathon website and look for TrackMyRunners via web!
The third person we heard might be running in the marathon is Derek, co-owner of Red Rooster Harlem. However, we heard he might not run due to an injury!
If you know of any other Harlem business owners that are running in this years marathon, please let us know so that we can give them a shout out and wish them the best!
For now, let’s wish Mekia and Ousmane, Harlem business owners, all the best as they go for that medal and finish line in the ING/New York City Marathon!
Posted in bier international, business, Community, Events, Frederick Douglass Blvd., Free!, Harlem, New York, New York City, Red Rooster Harlem
Tagged bier international, Harlem, ING Marathon, Kidberry, Mekia Denby, New York City Marathon, Ousmane, Red Rooster Harlem
Over the summer, I told you about Kidberry,a learning and developmental play center for newborns to ten-year-olds based in Harlem, was working hard to move into their new space. Well, its done! They have moved. Kidberry has a new home and its at 2046 7th Avenue. While the physical space has changed, their dedication to teaching children remains the same. What this new space allows is for Kidberry to offer more classes and services, from language to dance, with plans to expand into cooking classes and a kid friendly salon. And by the way, Kidberry was created and is managed by two Harlem moms, Mekia Denby and Pamela Flood Morrison. How cool is that?
For the full class schedule, log onto Kidberrynyc.com.
Posted in Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd., business, Community, education, Harlem, health and wellness
Tagged 10026, 2046 7th Avenue, Harlem, Kidberry, Mekia Denby, Pamela Flood Morrison