LINCOLN CENTER PARTNERS WITH AVENUES SCHOOL
Lincoln Center recently announced it is starting a partnership with Avenues: The World School, the new private school in Chelsea, which gained some renown for having Suri Cruise as a student. The partnership will allow for students to participate in internships and attend rehearsals and performances with their families at Lincoln Center.
“We firmly believe that students exposed to the arts will not only lead more fulfilling lives, but be better prepared for higher education and careers in the 21st century economy,” Reynold Levy, president of Lincoln Center, said in a statement.
LINCOLN SQUARE GYMNASIUM OFFERS FITNESS CLASSES FOR KIDS
The Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center, 250 W. 65th St., is now offering dodgeball and general fitness classes for girls and boys ages 7 to 11.
Starting Tuesday, Feb. 5, there’s a fitness/dodgeball program for kids ages 9 to 11. Sessions are from 4 to 6 p.m.; $20 per session or 10 sessions for $180.
A similar program for kids ages 7 and 8 starts Thursday, Feb. 7. The times and prices are the same.
Register Jan. 24, 29, 31 and Feb. 4 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the center.
More classes are coming in April, including Saturday Recreation. All classes are held in the Lincoln Square Center Gymnasium and directed by certified PE teachers.
Learn more by calling 212-874-0860 or visit lsncny.org/.
STAND UP FOR WHAT IS RIGHT
Celebrate tolerance with the Jan. 29 panel “Making the Connection and Organizing for Change: Anti-Muslim Hate Speech, Government Policies, Police Surveillance and Stop and Frisk.” This event will be held at the Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew at West 86th Street, with panelists including Muneer Awad, the executive director of the New York Chapter for Islamic Relations, and Alan Levine, a civil rights attorney.
This is the second in a series of three civil rights talks sponsored by the Jews Against Islamophobia Coalition.
RESTAURANT WEEK UNDER WAY
Restaurant Week, which is now more like three weeks, kicked off on Monday, Jan. 14. Hungry customers can choose from a wide array of NYC’s best restaurants, and eat a three-course gourmet dinner for just $38 per person ($25 for lunch). The deals end on Feb. 8. Upper West Siders wanting to stay in the neighborhood can enjoy a meal at participating restaurants like the famous Bar Boulud (Broadway and 63rd Street), the Mediterranean seafood joint Fish Tag (79th and Broadway) or the upscale Mexican Rosa Mexicano (near Lincoln Center).
HELP FIND TRACY HARPER
A missing-person poster has appeared at a bus stop at Amsterdam Avenue and 66th Street. Tracy Harper, an African-American woman, age 48, was last seen at this intersection. She was last seen on Jan. 7 wearing a gray peacoat, jeans and black shoes. Anyone with further information is urged to call the NYPD tips hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS.
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