July events – all events are free and open to the public


July 3, 10, 17,

24, 31

10:30-11:00 am


Children and their caregivers are invited to join us for stories and songs with Ms. Thea, our local children’s librarian. Find out about all the wonderful free programs at the Ottendorfer Library.


July 12

7:00 pm

TRASH TO TREASURES strikes again!  Connie Berry will show you how to turn tired T-shirts into one-of-a kind TOTES.  Bring a clean T-shirt to transform, with scissors.  Fine for children with their adult helpers.

July 14

8:30 pm


WHAT ABOUT ME, hosted by the Film-Makers’ Cooperative.  In the late 1980s Rachel Amodeo wrote, produced, and starred in this cinema verite portrait of the East Village, with an ensemble cast of NYC’s punk rock luminaries– “a hidden masterwork” (The New Yorker, 2018).  Rachel Amodeo in person.

July 15

3:00-5:00 pm

DAY BOAT Brass Quartet brass quartet plays a wide selection of classical music.  Steve Levi and Lauren Draper play trumpet, Fiori Matteis is on trombone, and local legend Dave Hofstra is on tuba.
Friday July 20

7:00-9:00 pm

BABYSODA: Familiar old-time tunes, with old-time instruments– sure to delight the young and old!
Saturday July 21

3:00-5:00 pm


Saturday July 21

7:30-10:00 pm

Hot, Hot, Hot! Make a fan, and decorate it with your own artistic collage… with

6&B Garden creativity expert, Alex Coleman.


MUSIC under THE STARS, coordinated by garden member Joff Wilson: Local Legends—and Up-and-Coming Local Legends—present an evening of

inspiring and unforgettable music.


July 22

1:00-4:00 pm


4:00-6:00 pm

DRAWING IN THE GARDEN: Enjoy 3 hours of drawing from a model in our beautiful community garden. Bring your art supplies. Some supplies available.

Don’t forget the insect repellent. Organized by Effie Serlis.


6 & B Garden General Membership Meeting


July 26

3:00-9:00 pm

Solar Nights Open Mic makes a triumphant return!  All performers welcomed  (music, spoken word, poetry, performance, art, dance, comedy, anything goes).  Non-judgmental LGBQT open mic hosted by Jayse Vegas & Ayana Carey.

July 27

7:00 pm

Sounds in the Garden: NOWHERESVILLE, hosted by garden member Peter Loureiro.  This ongoing musical series features an eclectic mix of NYC singer-songwriters.

July 29

11:00 am-2:00 pm



July 29

5:00-9:00 pm

Anna Sawaryn will show you how to use wax and dyes to make PYSANKY.  For centuries, Ukrainians have created these extraordinary Easter Eggs– they represent life and were given to friends as symbols of good fortune


The boys that brought you Club Cumming bring you A MIDSUMMER’S NIGHT CLUB CUMMING; with performances by all of the best that Club Cumming has to offer!!!

SATURDAY, June 9, 1:00 PM – 10:00 PM: Deep Roots in Community Garden 6B!

Deep Roots in Community Garden 6B

Join us in our historic Manhattan, Community Garden 6B, to celebrate the 9th Annual Deep Roots; Hemp History Week! Stop at our table for product information and samples, hemp history and hemp facts, actions for activists and non-activists, and lots of necessary conversation about the benefits of hemp and the re-legalization of farming industrial hemp for manufacturing in the United States.

SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1:00-10:00 PM  Tabling of hemp information and products, movies.

MOVIE TIME: 7:00 PM Screenings of “Hemp for Victory”, “Hemp and the Rule of Law”, “The Most Powerful Plant on Earth”, Hemp History Week videos, and more!

Join us at the Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space, 155 Avenue C, on THURSDAY, JUNE 7 @ 7:00 pm for the screening of, “Hemp for Victory”, “Hemp and the Rule of Law”, “Bringing It Home”, and more…