EL MUSEO DEL BARRIO'S CELEBRATES 43RD ANNUAL THREE KINGS DAY PARADE & CELEBRATION MONDAY JAN. 6TH

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This year's Parade, titled Nuestros Barrios Unidos: Celebrating our Collective Strength, honoring New York City's immigrant and migrant communities of past and present that continue to keep our history alive by celebrating the cultural traditions of El Barrio and beyond.
Photo: Blanka Amezkua\El Museo del Barrio

On Monday, January 6th, El Museo del Barrio will be celebrating its 43rd Annual Three Kings Day Parade.

Monday's event will run from 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. For more information log on to: /www.elmuseo.org

This year's Parade is titled Nuestros Barrios Unidos: Celebrating our Collective Strength, honoring New York City's immigrant and migrant communities of past and present that continue to keep our history alive by celebrating the cultural traditions of El Barrio and beyond.

The Parade will feature live music by Annette Aguilar & Stringbeans; BombaYo!; Fogo Azul Bateria Femenina; Wabafu Garifuna Dance Theater; among others.

This year's Three Kings Day Poster image (above) was created by visual artist and community activist Blanka Amezkua. The illustration speaks to Caribbean culture, music, joy, and our children as roots that sustain us and move us forward with energy and enthusiasm.

The 43rd Annual Three Kings Day Parade is made possible thanks to the generous support of Con Edison, Mount Sinai, and DREAM. Special thanks to Terrence Cardinal Cooke Health Center and the New York City Police Department 23 Precinct for their on-going support.

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