On Wednesday, October 16, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m, Hunter College New York City Food Policy Center, along with East Harlem service providers and small businesses, will host the BIG APPLE CRUNCH at Hunter’s Silberman School of Social Work on 119th Street in East Harlem!
The Big Apple Crunch at Hunter College in East Harlem will bring together hundreds of East Harlem children for a morning of fun and educational activities. Local elected officials (subject to availability and scheduling) will lead the crowd in big apple crunches throughout the day – attendees will bite into their apples to celebrate nutritious food and healthy eating in East Harlem. The community partners engaged in this work have come together to celebrate Food Day with community children in a fun, healthy and educational way.
Big Apple Crunch is a way for New York City residents to celebrate healthy eating. The goal of each annual Big Apple Crunch is to get as many New Yorkers as possible to bite into an apple on Food Day. In the past few years there have been more than 800,000 participants in the Big Apple Crunch nationally.
Event Details and Location:
Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. E.T.
Hunter College Silberman Building, 2180 3rd Ave at 119th St, 2nd Floor Terrace
Throughout the morning: Big Apple Crunches and activities for children, officiated by local elected officials (Great photo op!)
Activities will include:
. . . and many more!
Some notable participants (subject to scheduling conflicts):