41ST ANNUAL THREE KINGS DAY PARADE
We regret to inform you that El Museo del Barrio’s 41st Annual Three Kings Day Parade has been CANCELLED due to inclement weather.
Our Marchers, in their majority are school children, are not able or expected to participate in these historically frigid temperatures. The safety and well being of our tiny Marchers, Parade-goers, and the El Barrio community is of the utmost importance.
We ask that everyone please keep warm and above all be safe this week.
In lieu of this and in the spirit of the Parade, El Museo del Barrio will be hosting a special SUPER SABADO, a free family day on Saturday, January 20th. The afternoon will feature live musical performances, art-making workshops, storytelling, and more. We invite everyone to join us in this eventful celebration of Three Kings Day and our community! Details coming soon.
Actor, and LGBTQ and Animal Rights Activist
Film Director and Author
Director of Community Development, Broadway Housing Communities
MADRINAS AND PADRINOS
ANA M. LÓPEZ
Assistant Professor of the Humanities Department/Latin American and Caribbean Unit at Hostos Community College
PARADE TALENT + ENTERTAINMENT
3K2018 STEERING COMMITTEE
El Museo del Barrio would like to thank the following individuals for their tireless efforts and steadfast dedication to this year’s Three Kings Day Parade celebration: Jaliz Albanese, M.A. Candidate Sociology and Education at Teachers College Columbia University; Leenda Bonilla, Partnership for Parks; Maritza Carmona, Friends of the Highline; Roberto G. Lebron, Office of the Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman; Christine Licata, Bronx Museum of the Arts; Alberto Minotta, ProyectoBBRAVO; Emily Parkey, DREAM Charter School; Eileen Reyes-Arias, Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs; Eric Rivera, Office of the Mayor, City of New York; Alicia Rodriguez, Community Advocate; Joe Rogers Jr., Founder & Facilitator, Total Equity Now; Nina Saxon, Office of New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer; Taina Traverso, Taina Touch Enterprize, Inc.; and Carmen Vasquez, Community Advocate.