About Harlem One Stop
Harlem One Stop Harlem One Stop is a 501(c)3 community-based destination marketing organization and tour operator for upper Manhattan–Harlem & Washington Heights-Inwood, committed to the preservation of Harlem's cultural and historic assets while contributing to the economic development of the area. Founded in 2006, Harlem One Stop's goal is to identify opportunities for economic equity uptown. By establishing strategic alliances and collaborating with a network of cultural institutions and business organizations, Harlem One Stop presents upper Manhattan as a premier destination to the local, regional, domestic, and international visitor/travel sectors through its diverse marketing initiatives.
Initially incubated by the West Harlem Community Preservation Organization and funded by a cultural tourism grant from the Arts & Business Council/NYSCA, Harlem One Stop is designed to boost tourism, strengthen Harlem/New York's ability to draw diverse visitors, give tourists a greater choice of authentic experiences and foster exciting collaborative opportunities to market ethnic and artistic traditions.
HarlemOneStop.com presents information on leisure-time events and attractions—historical tours, music, dance, theatre, fairs, festivals, outdoor activities, dining, shopping and more—for the Upper Manhattan area (Central Harlem, El Barrio, Manhattanville, Morningside Heights, Washington Heights/Inwood, and West Harlem/Hamilton Heights/Sugar Hill)
HarlemOneStop.com is a cultural tourism initiative of the Hamilton Heights West Harlem Community Preservation Organization (CPO).
Who is eligible to have events included in the calendar?
Any organization that produces entertainment events (performing & visual arts, sports, etc.) can send events for inclusion in the calendar, providing that they are not adult oriented and are open to the general public.
How can I send my events?
Please use the Submit an Event form.
Can I change my event information once it is posted?
Yes. Please e-mail email@example.com with any changes at least one week prior to the date of the event.
Information on HarlemOneStop.com
Please note that users of this web site are responsible for checking the accuracy, completeness, currency and/or suitability of all information. Hamilton Heights West Harlem Community Preservation Organization (CPO) makes no representations, guarantees, or warranties as to the accuracy, completeness, currency, or suitability of the information provided via this web site. Hamilton Heights West Harlem Community Preservation Organization (CPO) specifically disclaims any and all liability for any claims or damages that may result from providing HarlemOneStop.com or the information it contains, including any web sites maintained by third parties and linked to HarlemOneStop.com.
HarlemOneStop.com reserves the right to edit submissions for grammar, style, accuracy and objectionable content. The responsibility for content rests with the organizations that are providing the information. The inclusion of links from this site does not necessarily imply endorsement by the Hamilton Heights West Harlem (CPO). Specific questions regarding a document should be directed to the appropriate organization and not necessarily to the Hamilton Heights West Harlem (CPO). The Hamilton Heights West Harlem (CPO) and its partner organizations shall make only reasonable efforts to independently verify, and do not exert editorial control over information on pages outside of the www.harlemonestop.com domain.
The Hamilton Heights West Harlem (CPO) does not endorse any of the products, vendors, consultants, or documentation referenced in this web site. Any mention of vendors, products, or services is for informational purposes only.
In response to the needs ensuring equal access to electronic and information technologies, HarlemOneStop.com has been developed according to a set of Universal Access Design standards for web pages. Harlem One Stop is pleased to provide an alternative medium for accessing information about our programs and services. HarlemOneStop.com has Universal Access Design standards for web pages incorporated into its codebase in recognition of those individuals with visual, physical or developmental disabilities.
Universal Access Design calls for appropriate use of auxiliary aids and services where necessary to ensure clear communication. The adhered to standards are developed in part based on recommendations by the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium). The process of incorporating Universal Access Design elements into HarlemOneStop.com will evolve as the site grows, and also as the standards themselves grow.
For more information:
info@HarlemOneStop.com or 212-658-9160