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Tribeca Community Organizations

Community organizations make the Family Street Fair thrive. Come on out and say hi to these fine places.
The 2008 Participating Community Organizations include:

Jewish Community Project (JCP) of Lower Manhattan
373 Broadway, B-4
New York, NY 10013
phone: (212) 334-3522


Living Word Community Church
325 Broadway
New York, NY 10007
(212) 966-6070


Metropolitan College of New York
431 Canal St, 14th Floor
New York, NY 10013
(212) 343-1234


Parent P-L-A-Y


Taste of Tribeca
A Culinary Festival benefiting PS  150 & PS 234
Saturday, May 17th from 11:30am to 3:00pm
Rain or Shine
Duane & Greenwich Streets
Tickets $40 advance/ $45 day of
Premium Tickets with Food Runners $750 donation (table for 6) or $175 donation (per seat)  Tribeca Grand Hotel Package with table for four $1,200 donation


For more information go to or call Ticketweb 1-866-468-1619 to purchase tickets.  Day includes over 50 of Tribeca's restaurants, live entertainment, kid's zone, Tribeca walking tour, cool merchandise, and more.
Come early, the best goes fast!


Founded in 1994 by the parents of children in Tribeca’s two public elementary schools, PS 150 and PS 234, this culinary festival brings together Tribeca’s best restaurants in one unforgettable fundraising experience.
Tribeca Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
116 Duane Street, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10013
(212) 267-1915


Tribeca Organization
205 Hudson Street
2nd floor
New York, New York 10013
(212) 966-0063


Welcome to Tribeca. As anyone who has experienced even the most fleeting of visits to this special neighborhood knows, Tribeca is a place that never ceases to surprise. Its historic streets are home to an extraordinary array of culinary, architectural, and cultural delights — some world famous, but many others little-known secrets waiting to be discovered: even if you think you know it, there’s always something unexpected around the corner.


Tribeca Partnership
113 Spring Street
3rd floor
New York, New York 10012
(212) 274-0550   


Henry Buhl had a vision to expand this concept to the entire neighborhood, serving two purposes: providing jobs for the homeless and providing community improvement services to the neighborhood. Recognizing the link between recovery and employment, Henry designed a program, which would reintroduce clients into society by equipping them with practical job skills and acclimating them to the workforce.


Tribeca Performing Arts Center (TPAC)
199 Chambers Street
Room S110C
New York, NY 10007
(212) 220-1459


Trinity Church/St. Paul’s Chapel
74 Trinity Place
New York, NY 10006
phone: (212) 602-0721
National September 11th Memorial and Museum
One Liberty Plaza, 20th Floor
New York, NY 10006
(212) 312-8808


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