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Bailey’s in Brooklyn, Lyrics and Music by Michael Hill; Performed by Michael Hill, Kymbali Craig and Bailey’s Members


Connecting Generations to Make a Better World

Fulton Art Fair Artists Exhibiting at Bailey’sfulton-art-fair-logoOpening Saturday, October 7th 5 PM to 7 PM

Bailey’s Third Annual Intimate Salon Fundraiser

Hosted by Bailey’s Board of Directors
Featuring: Bassist, Vocalist, Songwriter,
Producer & Filmmaker
Mimi Jones
and Performances By Bailey’s Extraordinary
Teaching Artists, Youth & Other Special Guests
Thursday, October 12, 2017
7 PM to 9:30 PM
At the Tribeca Home of Long-Time
Bailey’s Friends and Supporters

Limited Tickets Available
$250 per person
To Purchase Online
https://app.mobilecause.com/form/K2_Saw
Send a Check to:
Bailey’s Cafe
324 Malcolm X Boulevard
Brooklyn, NY 11233
For Cash:
contact our Executive Director
Stefanie Siegel
[email protected]
P: 718-670-7063

First Friday of the Month with Janice Pendarvis are Now First Saturday’s

Janice is Gigging in France so October’s First Saturday will be Saturday, October 21st

5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Please Note:  we will be switching to First Saturday’s in November–Saturday, November 4th

Janice 20 ft from Stardome

Co-Hosted with Feel the Music (feelthemusic.org)

Accompanied by Greg Lewis

Good Music + Good Conversation + Good Food = Good Fun

FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, A FAMILY-FRIENDLY EVENT

As Quiet As It’s Kept:  Veterans of a Bed-Stuy Community

November 11, 2017 (Veterans Day)

Conceived and Directed by Monica L Williams

5 Artists create multi-layered reflection on what it means to be a veteran – at home, at war or in our community – 

reflecting on themes of Holding Your Own, Warriorism, Being of Service and Returning Home.

Want to be involved?  Share your veteran experiences at our installation at Bailey’s Cafe or contact us online

 For more Info: Stefanie at [email protected] or 718-670-7063 (voice mail)

 

 We are NOW mobile:  Text UJAMAA to 41444 to make a fully tax deductible donation

 2017 Programming

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Fall is bringing many changes to Bailey’s. 

Please keep in touch as we build a more supportive, productive, creative community hub!

Kwabo French Immersion Playgroup is Now at Bailey’s:  Tuesday’s, Thursday’s and Fridays, 9 AM to 12 PM.  

Kwabo playgroup is a French immersion Montessori-influenced preschool program guiding children to love learning and how to understand and respect different cultures and beliefs, please join our community.  Find out more and to register:  www.cottageclass.com

First Saturday’s with Janice Pendarvis=Good Music+Good Conversation+Good Food=Good Fun  

Join us the First Saturday of every month from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM for a unique take on “happy hour.”  Meet your neighbors, engage in provocative stimulating conversation and raise your voice in song.  In collaboration with:  feelthemusic.org and janicependarvis.com

Music for the People Fall Session Has Begun:  Instruction in all instruments, string ensemble workshops, neighborhood concerts and more.  Information and to register:  www.musicforthepeoplenyc.com

preschoolrock Fall Session Begins Saturday, October 7th:  preschoolrock (now Family Arts Movement)  offer your little ones (2.5 to 5 years old) movement/dance and visual arts.  Check out:   preschoolrock.org for all the specifics and to register.

We will continue to collaborate with The Jazz Foundation, thejazzfoundation.org, bringing free concerts to the neighborhood.

Black Girl Project:  is based at Bailey’s Cafe!  Check out their workshops at: http://blackgirlproject.org/event-grid/ 

Fulton Art Fair Artists regularly exhibit in Bailey’s back room.  https://www.fultonartfair.net/

 

A New Ways to Give to Bailey’s Cafe:  We are NOW mobile:  Text UJAMAA to 41444 to make a fully tax deductible donation

You can support Baileys Cafe Inc. free just by shopping online! Use Giving Assistant to shop at 1800+ popular retailers including Best Buy, Macy’s, and Bed Bath & Beyond, and they’ll donate as much as 30% of your total purchase price to Baileys Cafe Inc.. It’s never been easier to change the world—one purchase at a time.  Find out how it works here:   https://givingassistant.org/np#baileys-cafe-inc

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Butterfly 7 shares the block with us on Malcolm X Boulevard.  They are a great resource for children’s educational games and toys.  Check them out here

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Our friends at Stertil-Koni attended the Salon and published a blog on the event, find it here

We Look Forward to Seeing You at Bailey’s Soon!

 

Bailey’s Café is a Brooklyn-based, 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to providing creative and collaborative environments to communities across New York City.  We create these types of environments through partnerships with local leaders and inter-generational volunteers, all focused on community-building through service and the arts.

Mission Statement

We believe in nurturing and guiding individuals in their pursuit of self-knowledge through acting, video making, writing, service, cooking, music, dance, and fine arts.  We aim to create an atmosphere of collective awareness, respect and responsibility, built on the talents and resources of the community.

Visit the About section to learn more about Bailey’s Café.

Core Values

  1. Relationships are Key: Positive, reciprocal relationship building is a primary part of our process. They are key to individual healing, creativity and community building.
  2. Inter-generational Matters: In our work and relationships we are always striving to find new ways to “bridge the gap” between all generations and to break down barriers that prevent us from building healthy, peaceful communities.
  3. Everyone’s Story Counts: Story sharing is fundamental to our creative work; it is a tool for gaining understanding of ourselves, others and the world around us.
  4. Environment Matters: We respect and nurture our surroundings, the ones we find ourselves in and the ones we create.
  5. Practice Non Violence in Our Speech and Actions: We strive to model non violence in our work and relationships, between staff, participants, community and our environment.

Visit the About section to learn more about Bailey’s Café.

Events and Programs

Inter-generational Projects and Programs: Community service projects bringing youth and elders together

Bailey’s Books

Community Legacy Mural

After School Programs

Rites/Rights of Passage Summer Program

Community Performance Project: As Quiet As It’s Kept