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Whether you have a green thumb or just a curiosity for what makes the garden grow, all are welcome to volunteer in Roger Morris Park, the grounds of the Morris-Jumel Mansion, once a month under the supervision of NYC Parks. All tools and instructions are provided, just bring a willingness to get a little dirty … Continue reading "Garden Volunteer Day"Find out more »
We will construct miniature versions of our beloved Henry Hudson Bridge from wire, wood, nails and pipe cleaners. Then we'll create small models of the big "C" Rock using wood plaques, salt dough and paint!Find out more »
Return to the majestic Harlem City Music Hall and its Hall of Wishes for a new adventure. Featuring HSA Dance students and special guests, the year-end dance recital follows the journey of a young hero in search of a dream.
Presented by Harlem School of the Arts.
Sunday, 1PM & 5PM
The Scandia Brass Quintet will perform their popular repertoire of contemporary and traditional compositions and arrangements, representing music from each of the five Scandinavian countries, including five national anthems.
For 14 years, NY Scandia Symphony has provided free outdoor concert series!
Fort Tryon Park, Billings LawnFind out more »
370 young students age 3-15 take what they've learned in the classroom to the magnificent United Palace stage as they perform works in ballet, hip hop, break dance, and musical theater dance. Come share in their joy and excitement as performers and audience alike experience the magic of performance!Find out more »
Music and wine in spiritual ambiance, with award-winning flutist/composer Yael Acher “KAT” Modiano, at the Crypt at Church of the Intercession.
Corresponding to the atmosphere and spacious acoustics at the historical Crypt, “KAT” Modiano will perform diversified soundscapes, including J.S. Bach, P. Hindemith, and original Electro-Acoustic Contemporary pieces.
www.modianomusic.netFind out more »
Los invitamos a la presentación del libro de poemas “Mujer de otro país” de Irene Prieto. La autora leerá algunos poemas y el libro será presentado por Marianela Fernández y Claudia Prado. Entrada gratuita. Irene Prieto nació en la Ciudad de México, en 1945. Estudió Letras Francesas en la UNAM. Trabajó como traductora en la Sede de las Naciones Unidas de Nueva York. Se dio a conocer con sonetos en "Mester", la revista literaria del Taller de Juan José Arreola. Otros poemas suyos aparecieron en "Parva y Plural" y en "Brújula", de Nueva York. En 1990, se publicó "Los Poemas de Irene" (Ediciones del Maitén). Ha participado en varias lecturas de poesía. Algunos relatos suyos forman parte de la antología "Hecho (s) en Nueva York" (1994).Find out more »
Set in a totalitarian state during the final days of civil war, a cynical and opportunistic journalist finds himself trapped in an abandoned apartment with a young female sniper on a fatal mission. As the world explodes outside, the two attempt to move beyond their deep-seated fears and prejudices by revealing the circumstances that brought them to this point. Illumination Rounds is a play about the razor-sharp tension of looking and being seen, knowing and being known, and the divine relief that maybe you're not alone even when the world is crumbling around you. Look at each other.
Reading time: approx. 90 minutes, no intermission.Find out more »