Five shanto drummers playing background music in front of the stage.
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    Mayor Bill de Blasio hosts the Guyana Republic Golden Jubilee Reception at Gracie Mansion.
Porto Rican Cotton Picker, 2011
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    Mayor Bill de Blasio and First Lady Chirlane McCray are excited to open their doors for the administration’s fourth and final art installation on view at Gracie Mansion!

    Porto Rican Cotton Picker, 2011
    Miguel Luciano (1972- )
    1971 Schwinn Cotton Picker, restored and customized, flags
    
Guests mingling at the Black History Month Reception

Heritage Celebrations: Black History Month Reception

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    Thank you to our Black History Month Reception Community Engagement Partner: EmblemHealth
Guests in the ballroom participating in the speaking program at the opening rece
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    Gracie Mansion hosts and opening reception for the final and largest ever art exhibition of the de Blasio Administration focused on art and social justice.
Mayor Bill de Blasio facing two police officers
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    Delivered annually, the State of the City is an opportunity for the Mayor to relay past achievements, crucial current-day issues, and goals for the upcoming year.

Census 2020

Calling all New Yorkers – Get Counted!

New York City needs a complete and accurate count in order to have the population data, billions in funding, and complete representation that it rightfully deserves. The census is 100% confidential, safe, and  most of all easy. Take a few minutes to secure New York City’s future: visit my2020census.gov to fill out your census today!

Our city is only as strong as the bonds that bring us together.

In support of the Mayor and First Lady's commitment to honor the diverse communities of our City, the Mayor's Office of Special Projects and Community Events (MOSPCE) organizes, manages and directs Mayoral public ceremonies, celebrations and receptions, in partnership with city agencies and with the support of the private sector. These special events are hosted at Gracie Mansion-also known as the People's House-and other iconic sites across the City.