B.P.C. Block Party features cooking demos and dancing

Downtown Express photos by Terese Loeb Kreuzer

The 11th annual Battery Park City Block Party made quite a splash, attracting upwards of 1,500 people on Sat., Sept. 22 to Esplanade Plaza, near the North Cove Marina. There was dancing, kids’ rides and games, a flea market and a pet parade — among other family festivities. This year, for the first time, the had cooking demonstrations. To the right, a chef from Inatteso Pizzabar Casano restaurant shows block party attendees how to make fresh pasta. To the left, Sonya and Miguel Alzamora, future teachers at B.P.C.’s New American Youth Ballet School, perform a Peruvian dance.

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3 Responses to B.P.C. Block Party features cooking demos and dancing

  1. Street cooking is such a good way of showing your passion. It such a great way of showing your cooking skills to people. Who knows, maybe they can learn something from you! Thanks

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