Posts Tagged ‘Events’

10 Great Kids Events for November

Written by New York Family on . Posted in Family

Cupcake-Hat-1024x681   Our Picks Of The Month For What To Do With Your Kids By Angela Bunt Now through January 13  STUFF LEGENDS ARE MADE OF [ALL AGES] The Big Apple Circus is back and better than ever with a new Legendarium show at Lincoln Center! Inside the Big Top circus tent, which holds more than 1,700 [&hellip
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The Harlem Honeys & Bears Synchronized Swimming Team

Written by Andrew Schwartz on . Posted in Image Galleries

The Harlem Honeys & Bears Synchronized Swimming Team The Harlem Honeys & Bears synchronized swimming team perform inside the Thomas Jefferson Park Pool to celebrate the expansion of the senior swim program to 14 outdoor public pools. Senior Swim offers adults over the age of 62 a stress-free, quieter time to socialize, swim, stretch and [&hellip
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New York Flower Show

Written by Andrew Schwartz on . Posted in Image Galleries

New York Flower Show Using flowers, fabric and other materials, thirty New York floral, fashion and interior designers created one-of-a-kind tablescapes for the annual New York Flower Show presented by the Horticultural Society of New York. This years theme “Couture en Fleur” influenced many of the designers to create their tablescape designs after concepts such [&hellip
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Solem Reminder at Park East Synagogue

Written by Our Town on . Posted in Breaking News

U.N Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon U.N. Secretary General, among many, pay respects at Holocaust Remembrance Day By Anam Baig The U.N. International Holocaust Commemoration Sabbath took place Saturday, Jan. 21 at the Park East Synagogue, where the year’s first snowfall marked the memory of the six million who lost their lives during the Holocaust. Nearly 200 people attended the event, including [&hellip
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Celebrating Black History Month

Written by Our Town on . Posted in Our Town, West Side Spirit

duke Black History Month is being celebrated all over the city, including many places uptown. Below are just a few of the highlights. Free at Lincoln Center Lincoln Center is staging free concerts this month for Black History Month. Seating is limited and available on a first come, first served basis at the David Rubenstein Atrium, [&hellip
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City Week: November 18 – November 24

Written by admin on . Posted in Arts & Film

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19 American Craft Show NYC & Contemporary Art Fair NYC—These simultaneous events bring 200 juried American Craft Artists to show and sell ceramic, fiber, glass, furniture, wearable art and jewelry works, as well as presentations by 100 independent contemporary artists specializing in painting, photography, sculpture and mixed media. Runs through Nov. 21, Jacob [&hellip
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