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Sat Nov
1

American Museum of Natural History Presents: Family Program: Live Bat Encounter

Presented by American Museum of Natural History


Learn about bats from around the world up-close and personal! Rob Mies, TV personality, conservation biologist, bat expert, director of the Organization for Bat Conservation, is the co-author of the book, Stokes Beginner’s Guide to Bats. His research includes work with the endangered Indiana Bat of the United States, and the threatened Spectacled Flying Fox Bat in Australia.
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Sat Nov
1
:p - 06:00p

9th Annual NYWC Write-A-Thon

Presented by NY Writers Coalition


Write your a** off!
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Sat Nov
1
10:00a - 1:00p

Baby Care Workshop

Presented by Modern Family Center @ Spence-Chapin


Our baby care workshop is for expectant parents using adoption or surrogacy to form their families. We'll cover all the basics including sleep, diapering, and feeding, with special attention paid to bonding and attachment. We're collaborating with Ingrid Hale, a newborn care specialist, sleep training consultant, and parent educator. Her inclusive, supportive, and hands-on workshop will help you build skills and confidence to care for your baby.
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Sat Nov
1
Sun Nov
9

The Magic Flute

Presented by The New Victory Theater


From the townships of South Africa, Isango Ensemble bursts onto the stage in an inspired reimagining of Mozart's masterpiece opera THE MAGIC FLUTE: Impempe yomlingo. Sung in English by an ensemble of more than two dozen vibrant voices, classic arias are enlivened with exhilarating orchestrations of merry marimbas and powerful percussion. A brilliant fusion of fairy tale and African myth, the show shines especially bright when the majestic Pauline Malefane performs her acclaimed interpretation of the Queen of the Night. Winner of an Olivier Award for Best Musical Revival (Young Vic, London) and a Globes de Cristal for Best Opera (Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris), this fresh, fearless and fantastical production, co-produced by Eric Abraham and the Young Vic, brims with dazzling drama, crisp comedy and the sublime joy of finding true love.
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Sun Nov
2

Brooklyn Center presents Hot Peas 'N Butter

Presented by Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts


Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College presents Hot Peas ‘N Butter Sunday, November 2, 2014 at 2pm “The sizzling percussive beats [of Hot Peas ‘N Butter] will put even the gloomiest kid in a party mood!” -- Parenting Magazine
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Sun Nov
2

Spaced Out: Migration to the Interior (Book Launch of The Color Mill)

Presented by Red Bull Studios New York


November 2, 4PM: Book Launch of The Color Mill A collaboration between poet Robert Kelly and artist Nathlie Provosty, as well as a new book of essays, A Voice Full of Cities: The Collected Essays of Robert Kelly, edited by Pierre Joris & Peter Cockelbergh
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Sun Nov
2
Sun Dec
21
:p - 07:00p

I am B.E.A.U.T.Y. FALL BOOTCAMP @iambeautyinc_

Presented by ACT Inspires


I AM B.E.A.U.T.Y. boot camp is a development program designed to empower and inspire teenage girls to be B.E.A.U.T.Y.!
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Mon Nov
3
Mon Nov
24
6:00p - 8:30p

Starting Your Business 101 - Nov. 3, 10, 17, 24, 2014

Presented by Asian Women In Business


A four-part workshop series on starting your own business hosted by Asian Women in Business.
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Mon Nov
3
06:00p - 08:00p

The State of Veterans Housing in New York: Preventing and Ending Veteran Homelessness

Presented by Women in Housing and Finance


WHF is presenting a panel discussion focusing on policies, programs and practices employed in NY to prevent and end Veteran homelessness, as well as related ongoing services and resources.
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Mon Nov
3

American Museum of Natural History Presents: Frontiers Lecture: The Limits of Science and the Search for Meaning with Marcelo Gleiser and Rebecca Goldstein

Presented by American Museum of Natural History


Can science and philosophy provide answers to our questions about where we came from and what our place is in the universe? Renowned theoretical physicist Marcelo Gleiser acclaimed philosopher and novelist Rebecca Goldstein discuss the limits of knowledge and how much we can actually know of the world, arguing that both science and philosophy have fundamental limits and our knowledge of the world is – and always will be – necessarily incomplete. In a broad- ranging intellectual history of our search for knowledge and meaning, Gleiser and Goldstein offer a unique view of what it means to be human in a universe filled with mystery. Can science and philosophy provide answers to our questions about where we came from and what our place is in the universe? Renowned theoretical physicist Marcelo Gleiser and acclaimed philosopher and novelist Rebecca Goldstein discuss the limits of knowledge and how much we can actually know of the world, arguing that both science and philosophy have fundamental limits and our knowledge of the world is— and always will be— necessarily incomplete. In a broad-ranging intellectual history of our search for knowledge and meaning, Gleiser and Goldstein offer a unique view of what it means to be human in a universe filled with mystery. After the talk, Gleiser will sign copies of his book The Island of Knowledge, and Goldstein will sign copies of her book, Plato at the Googleplex: Why Philosophy Won’t Go Away.
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