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Saturday, March 24

Fit Fusion - Cardio Sculpt Class

A fun non-stop 45 minute unique blend of cardio, strength, and full-body sculpting session. Emphasizing simple to follow routines that will build strength, endurance, and confidence. Class is designed for adults of all levels of fitness.

Saturdays til 5/19
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
host: Rachel P
where:Grand/Beacon Community Center
145 Stanton St. (Enter on Northfork St.)
New York, NY 10002 (map)
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Sunday, March 25

Children Concert: Pierrot in Love with the Moon

Join us for a fun filled Sunday morning with live music and a Mime Artist! Discover the colorful story of Pierrot, a silly clown who fell in love with the moon, animated by an exciting pantomime performance courtesy of actor Yochai Greenfeld. This interactive performance will be set to the impressionistic music of Claude Debussy, featuring Cello and Piano and will include a chance to meet the instruments up close at our Musical Instrument Petting Zoo. (Recommended Ages 4-8)

Sunday 3/25, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
host: MusicTalks
where:Interface NYC
140 West 30th Street
New York, NY 10001 (map)
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Runners Workshop

Join New Yorked based Elite Trainer, Coach Marlon for a focused Runners Workshop.
Learn how to perform an effective dynamic warm, the 5 strength exercises that ALL runners should be doing, the 5 most effective spots to foam roll, the best 3 runner specific mobility exercises and bring your questions for a Q&A to wrap things up.  RSVP now to secure your spot. Space Limited.

Sunday 3/25, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
host: Coach Marlon
where:Complete Body
22 West 19th Street
New York, NY 10011 (map)
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Total Vocal

Sunday 3/25, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
host: Distinguished Concerts International New York
where:David Geffen Hall, Lincoln Center
contact:call 212-721-6500

DCINY presents Total Vocal, the fourth annual celebration of contemporary a cappella music featuring arrangements from Pitch Perfect, The Sing-Off, Pitch Battle, and the American pop lexicon. The performance includes celebrity guests Voiceplay, Matt Salee (Pentatonix) and Shelley Regner (Pitch Perfect), hosted and conducted by Deke Sharon, a pioneer of the contemporary a cappella genre.
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White Raven - Chamber Music by Women - Performed by Vent Nouveau

We are thrilled to partner with Compass New Music on this fantastic performance. The concert will consist entirely of music by living female composers. In a time where some of the major orchestras and opera companies in the U.S. have chosen not to program a single work by a female composer, we thought we would do an entire concert of great music by women.

Sunday 3/25, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
host: Vent Nouveau
where:National Opera Center - Scorca Hall
330 7th Avenue
New York, NY 10001 (map)
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Wednesday, March 28

Wine Tasting for a Cause - Wheeling Forward - New York

Wednesday 3/28, 4:30 PM - 8:00 PM
host: Cava Spiliadis Collection
where:Estiatorio Milos
125 West 55th Street
Private Event Space
New York, NY 10019 (map)
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Join friends and family to taste wines from 9 award winning wineries that span Greece from the Islands to the North. Meet all the winemakers who will be on site to answer your questions, hear your comments and discuss Greece’s unique growing regions. Take the opportunity to support a great cause and experience a virtual Odyssey that includes the sights, sounds and tastes of Greece. 

100% of proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to Wheeling Forward.
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Thursday, March 29

Verdant Power Information Session on Roosevelt Island

Thursday 3/29, 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM
host: Verdant Power
where:546 Main Street
Roosevelt Island
New York, NY 10044 (map)
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We'll be discussing the company's planned installation of next generation marine renewable technology in the East River and what this means for New York citizens. 
This next installation will put Roosevelt Island at the forefront of this new clean, reliable energy source. 

Meet our team, get your questions answered, and learn about our just launched equity crowd funding campaign.  This campaign is made possible by the recent implementation of the JOBS Act.
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Beauty in Peril: Portraits of the Brazil Amazon

Join us for a multifaceted evening hosted by documentary photographer Jeanny Tsai. She will be showing images she shot in multiple indigenous communities in the Brazilian Amazon from two recent solo journeys. She will speak about cultural aspects of life in the Amazon Basin as well as the threats to the environment in the region.
Join us for an art talk, refreshments, music, and more. 
  • Herbal Teas by Dropping Seeds
  • Learn to sing an Indigenous song from the Amazon
  • Live Music
Thursday 3/29, 6:45 PM - 9:30 PM
host: Jeanny Tsai Photography
where:One Planet One Future
461 West Street
New York, NY 10014 (map)
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Friday, March 30

Good Friday Blues

Staying true to its long history and commitment to justice and mercy through worship and the arts, poetry, dance, and historic preservation, St. Mark’s Church In-The-Bowery presents its 17th annual Good Friday Blues, featuring the St. Mark’s Choir, Good Friday Blues Band, and a cast of actors, singers, dancers, writers and instrumentalists. The service includes the Passion according to the Gospel of John, veneration of the cross, and Holy Communion from reserve sacraments.

Friday 3/30, 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
host: Jeannine Otis
where:St. Marks Church-In-The-Bowery
131 East 10th Street
New York, NY 10003 (map)
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Saturday, March 31

Saturday 3/31, 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM
host: StayStitch Studio
where:New York,NY
15% off with Code: MARCH15
rsvp/contact:email or call 7187972008

Sewing 101: Circle Skirts

Spring is approaching and Circle Skirts are THE most appropriate spring wardrobe staple!!

In this class you will learn:

-Sewing machine basics and operation
-How to create a pattern for & sew a Circle Skirt.
-Measure and make adjustments for proper fit
-Understand proper garment construction order
-How to insert pockets & install zippers.

Class includes equipment. Students will have to purchase fabric and trim. A supply list is provided at registration.

No experience necessary!
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Monday, April 2

American Circumcision NYC Screening

Screening of the award-winning documentary American Circumcision.
Followed by a Q&A with director Brendon Marotta.

Circumcision is the most common surgery in America, yet America is the only industrialized country in the world to routinely practice non-religious infant circumcision. Why does America continue to cut the genitals of it’s newborn baby males when the rest of the world does not?

Monday 4/2, 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
host: Brendon Marotta
where:Anthology Film Archives
32 2nd Avenue
New York, NY 10003 (map)
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Tuesday, April 3

Gotham Writers Spring Open House

Tuesday 4/3 and Wednesday 4/4
7:00 PM - 9:15 PM
host: Gotham Writers Workshop
1450 Broadway
14th Floor
New York, NY 10018
contact:email or call 212-974-8377

Gotham Writers Workshop has been the go-to place for writers wanting expert instruction and an artistic community for the past twenty-five years. Come see what we’re all about at our Spring Open House on Tuesday April 3 and/or Wednesday, April 4 in Manhattan. We’re offering free one-hour classes in a wide variety of courses. You’ll meet our instructors, do a little writing, and get $30 off your first 6 or 10-week class. Plus, we’re serving up drinks and snacks for extra encouragement.
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Wednesday, April 4

Math Encounters “Seeing Symmetry: the Artful Mathematics of Wallpaper Patterns” with Frank A. Farris

Wednesday 4/4, 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
host: MoMath
where:National Museum of Mathematics
11 East 26th Street
New York, NY 10010 (map)
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Join mathematical artist Frank A. Farris for a visually stimulating session about symmetry. Taking a radical new approach to symmetry, Farris does not create patterns by repeating blocks — the usual "potato stamp" method — but rather teases patterns from mathematical objects called complex waveforms. Using any photograph as input, Farris' waves can create all kinds of fantastical patterns. It's fun to view the "before and after" effect as you look back and forth between photograph and wallpaper!
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Thursday, April 5

Political Economy of Fascism: a Six Session Course

The legacy of fascism is convoluted and elusive. Without a solid historical understanding, fascist theory appears to be garbled and self-contradictory rhetoric. However, with careful investigation, fascist theory is as cogent and complete a theory of production as either capitalism or communism. This class traces the development of fascism from its historical origins in socialism after the Enlightenment. It then develops a political economic framework through which to understand fascism...

Thursdays, April 5 - May 10
6 pm to 8 pm
host: Jefferson Market Library
where:Jefferson Market Library
425 6th Avenue
New York, NY 10011 (map)
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Planning Livable Communities for the Future, in China and Beyond

Thursday 4/5, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
host: A/D/O
29 Norman Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11222 (map)
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A panel discussing best practices for planning livable communities taking as its point of departure two recent projects in China: Tsao & McKown’s Sangha, a residential and wellness community outside Suzhou, and RAMSA’s Heart of Lake, a high-rise garden suburb in Xiamen.  Finding the balance between learning from the vernacular, embracing technology’s potential to enhance the experience of place, and knowing when to ‘unplan’ as well as to plan are among the topics.
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The Rhenus Ensemble of the World Doctors Orchestra

The World Doctors Orchestra performs benefit concerts in support of medical aid projects around the world. Its Rhenus Ensemble is comprised of music-loving doctors from all disciplines. The musicians combine woodwind instruments and piano to create new interpretations of classic pieces by Mozart, Beethoven and Thuille.

Event will be followed by reception. RSVP is mandatory to attend this event.

Thursday 4/5, 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Doors open at 6:15 PM
host: Permanent Mission of Germany to the United Nations
where:German House
871 UN Plaza, 49th Street at 1st Avenue
New York City, NY 10017 (map)
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Lettres Magazine Launch: Expressions of Love in a Digital Age

Lettres Mag is a printed art magazine of 26 love letters from around the world and the beginning of a new offline community. Join us to celebrate the magazine's successful Kickstarter campaign, and the launch of volume one. There will be a live reading of love letters from the first collection, a love letter writing station, and drinks!

Thursday 4/5, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
host: Housing Works x Agnes
where:Housing Works Bookstore Cafe
126 Crosby Street
New York, NY 10012 (map)
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Sunday, April 8

The Music of Eric Whitacre

Grammy-winning composer and conductor Eric Whitacre is one of the most popular musicians of our time. His concert music has been performed throughout the world by millions of amateur and professional musicians alike, while his ground-breaking Virtual Choirs have united singers from over 110 different countries. Join Eric and the Distinguished Concerts Singers International as they perform a variety of Eric’s original compositions conducted by the composer himself.

Sunday 4/8, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
host: Distinguished Concerts International New York
where:Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage, Carnegie Hall
dress code:Corporate Casual
crowd:All Ages
contact:call 212-721-6500
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Monday, April 9

Touching the Face of the Cosmos

A one-day series of panels, presentations, and papers that explore a missing ingredient in the attempt of humanity to lift itself off this planet and explore the universe.  This ingredient both precedes and exceeds science, and is not about making money or attaining military superiority.  It is called sense of wonder, spirituality, or religion - the urge of every human being to know, what are we doing in this Universe?

Monday 4/9, 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM
host: Paul Levinson with Michael Waltemathe, and James Heiser
where:Fordham University Lincoln Center
113 West 60th Street
New York, NY 10023 (map)
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Tuesday, April 10

WASTED! Food Documentary Screening (w/ Food and 21+ Drinks)

Tuesday 4/10, 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
host: Trashy Beauty Co. x Talk Trash City
where:Kickstarter HQ
58 Kent Street
Brooklyn, NY 11222 (map)
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Join us for an evening of food + drinks with a sustainable twist during a screening of WASTED! The Story of Food Waste. We're bringing together some of the top sustainable food brands and leaders to eat, drink, and chat about the sustainability of our food systems.

Entry to the event includes food and drink from some of the top NYC companies working to green the food industry. We are honored to partner with many companies to bring you delicious and sustainable food and beverages to chow down on.
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Thursday, April 12

Eighth Annual International Gold Conference

During this era of uncertainty, characterized by a vortex of change IAC explores the underpinnings of gold's abiding emotional power, allure, and enduring value. Taking a wide-ranging look at gold and with a focus on jewelry, IAC considers artistry and techniques; means of purveying adornment in the marketplace; the regulatory climate regarding jewels and the metal itself, and ways of ensuring that this cornerstone of humanity’s definition of the aesthetic is sourced and traded ethically.

Thursday 4/12 8:45 AM -
Friday 4/13 6:00 PM
host: Initiatives in Art and Culture
where:Bohemian National Hall
321 East 73rd Street
Between 1st and 2nd Ave
New York, NY 10021 (map)
rsvp:online or call 646-485-1952
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Sunday, April 22

Big Climb NYC

Big Climb NYC is The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s annual stair climb to the top of one of New York's most iconic skyscrapers, 1515 Broadway, challenging the community to join LLS in the battle against blood cancers!

Rising 730 feet above the dynamic cityscape of NYC, the climb is an exhilarating, one-of-a-kind event, providing an opportunity for participants to test themselves as they climb 53 flights of stairs all the way to the top in support of the LLS mission.

Sunday 4/22, 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
host: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
where:1515 Broadway, New York, NY 10036 (map)
price:$25 registration fee,$125 fundraising minimum.
rsvp:online or call 212-376-4649
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Saturday, May 12

NYC Holi Hai: The Happiest Festival Of New York

Get colorful at Holi Hai, the spring fest that celebrates life with colors! Forget and forgive, play and laugh in a wide open space by the water under sunshine. Make it a day out with friends and family, enjoy the dance and live music on stage and relish delicacies from a variety of food vendors.

Recommended attire is white, cause its going to get messy and colorful. Holi champions diversity and equality for all, bringing together people from all backgrounds, cultures and age groups.

Saturday May 12
host: NYC Bhangra
where:Governors Island, NY
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Public Tasting @ NYC Training Lab

Tuesdays 3/20-5/1, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
host: Stumptown Public Tastings
where:Stumptown NYC Training Lab
30 W 8th St
New York, NY 10021 (map)
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Join us for the fun and educational tasting experience known as cupping. Please allow for 1 hour to 90 minutes depending on the number of questions from the group.
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Puppet & Costume Workshop

Saturday 2/24 12:00 PM -
Wednesday 5/9 4:00 PM
host: Earth Celebrations
where:The Loisaida Inc. Center
710 E 9th Street
New York, NY
Wednesday’s 6-9pm (costume with artist Michele Brody)
Saturday’s 12-4pm (puppet with artist Lucrecia Novoa)

free – sign up to register! - fb message Earth Celebrations-Ecological and Social Change through the Arts
@ Losaida Inc. Center- 710 East 9th St. (btwn. Aves C & D)
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diptyque olfactive tour

diptyque Paris invites you to an ephemeral rendez-vous to mark 50 years of fragrance creation and celebrate the launch of two new eaux de parfum. Join us for an immersive journey throgh iconic olfactory landscapes.

daily 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
til Thursday 5/31
host: diptyque
where:112 Mercer Street
New York, NY 10012 (map)
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Mexico City - Oaxaca (8 days / 7 nights Trip)

Mexico City and Oaxaca are home to archeological ruins dating back to the Aztec empire. Trip highlights
  • Mexico City and Oaxaca historic tour
  • Templo Mayor, one of the main temples of the Aztec empire
  • Museo de Antropologia (Museum of Anthropology),
  • Basilica de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe (Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe)
  • Teotihuacan Pyramid (Pyramid of the Sun)
  • Ballet Folklorico
  • Xochimilc
  • Mitlan ruins
Wednesday 4/11 5:00 PM -
Wednesday 4/18 8:00 PM
host: Allen Batista Travel
where:John F. Kennedy International Airport

New York, NY 11430 (map)
dress code:business casual
crowd:21 years and older
price:$1,150 for the land portion. Airfare is not included in the trip
rsvp/contact:email or call (917) 371-3753
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