Day Trips

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Cultural Arts Center in historic buildings Snug Harbor $5 Adults, $4 Students/Seniors, Free for Children Under 12 1000 Richmond Terrace Staten Island, NY Wednesday-Sunday 12PM-5PM newhouse@snug-harbor.org (717)425-3524 Home of 26 historical buildings, nine botanical gardens, a two-acre urban farm and 10 acres of wetland, Snug harbor is known as a place where history, architecture, visual [&hellip
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Seniors

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Dance for Life $17 per class, bulk rates available 92Y 1395 Lexington Avenue @ 92nd St. www.92y.org (212) 415- 5500 Stimulate your mind and body with gentle dance classes that enhance flexibility and strength. A variety of dance styles and class times are offered. The 92nd St Y is a large community filled with interesting [&hellip
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Art

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The museum’s Two-Way Mirror Walkabout The Roof Garden Commission: Dan Graham with Gunther Vogt Suggested donation of $25 The Metropolitan Museum of Art – Fifth Ave @ 88th St April 29 – November 2 Monday – Thursday, Sunday 10AM – 5:30PM Friday – Saturday 10AM – 9PM www.metmuseum.org Pioneer conceptual artist Dan Graham has built [&hellip
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Food

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The East Side’s Healthiest Brunch The East Pole Prices vary 133 East 65th St @ Lexington Ave Saturday 11:30 AM – 3PM, Sunday 10:30AM – 3PM www.theeastpolenyc.com The East Pole offers a beautiful, healthy brunch menu at their restaurant on East 65th Street. You can enjoy fresh cocktails like their heirloom tomato Bloody Mary and [&hellip
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Why Adoption?

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Pets Adopting a cat or dog from a shelter offers benefits, not only for the four-legged It is nearly impossible these days to go out for a drive and avoid seeing the stickers and magnets on cars that say “adopt a pet”, or “I love my shelter dog or cat.” Although it may seem obvious [&hellip
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