Murray Hill invited to beat the summer heat

June 18, 2018 by  

This July, residents of Murray Hill will be able to cool off with some icy cold summer treats while they browse through a variety of displays from local vendors.

The city will be celebrating National Ice Cream Day, and a wide assortment of artisanal-style versions of this frozen favorite will be offered to the public to sample. Many of the flavors will be uniquely crafted for the occasion, and the attendees are welcome to try them all.

Along with the ice cream, a curated group of artisans, crafters, artists, designers and vintage dealers will have displays in the pop-up market, and several food trucks will also be on site. More than 100 vendors will be participating, and the funds raised through the occasion will be donated to local schools in the area to enhance the education of their 4,000 scholars.

Admission to the event is free, but donations to the cause will be most welcome. Poster printing can be utilized to create promotional products for an event like this that lets the public know when and where it is scheduled to take place, and clear a space in their schedule.

The NYC summer Ice Cream Blizzard has been scheduled for Sunday, July 15th. It will be set up at 100 West 77th Street, and will begin at 10:00 am.

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