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Tue Sep
30
06:00p - 08:00p

Haiti, Education as a Path to Progress and Self-Sustainability

Presented by Henry George School of Social Science


Tuesday, September 30 at 6:00 PM at the John Haynes Holmes Community House, 28 East 35th Street (Madison & Park)
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Tue Sep
30
:p - 08:30p

Taras Shevchenko: Ukrainian Nationalism, Poetry, and the Jews

Presented by YIVO Institute for Jewish Research


Panel discussion on the poetry and politics of Ukrainian poet Taras Shevchenko.
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Tue Sep
30
9:30a - 11:00a

Building a Prepared Community in partnership with Resident Leadership

Presented by Enterprise Community Partners


A collaboration with the Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development (ANHD), this panel of resident and community leaders will discuss strategies to support and cultivate resident leadership for a successful disaster response and recovery.
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Tue Sep
30
7:30p - 9:00p

CORNFIELD DANCE 25th Year Kickoff @ University Settlement 9/30

Presented by Cornfield Dance


Kickoff Performance Celebrating the 25th Year of Cornfield Dance! Tuesday September 30th @ 7:30pm University Settlement 184 Eldridge Street, NYC Choreography: Ellen Cornfield Dancers: Maggie Cloud, Dylan Crossman, Pierre Guilbault, Cori Kresge, Joshua Tuason Music: Andreas Brade Lighting Design: Kryssy Wright Costumes: Renee Kurtz Other Performers: Ellen Cornfield, Arnold Margolin An evening of repertory Furniture Suite ('12) Small Stages ('13) Pas de Detour - Section I (first draft) ('14) Tickets: $20, students & seniors $15. TDF vouchers accepted. Reservations: reservations@cornfielddance.org or 212.982.7803
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Tue Sep
30
Tue Dec
2
7:00p - 10:00p

Developmental Intensive with Victoria C. Rowan

Presented by Ideasmyth: Your Genius Amplifier


Make your greatest ambition a polished– and published!–reality. Serious writers and creative professionals working in any genre and any form (memoirs, blogs, website copy, article pitch letters, screenplays, novels, one-person shows, poetry cycles, proposals, business plans, etc.) prepare work for professional submission. Each class opens with a mini- lecture on an element of craft, working habits or the marketplace. In three private coaching calls, we develop a personalized curriculum for the class, discussing recommended research/reading, goals for each class, and any other relevant career or lifestyle advice. The workshop is unusual in that it addresses all aspects of producing quality writing—the challenges of craft AND of crafting a writer’s life— with rigor, pragmatism–and humor! Tuesdays, 7-10pm September 30 - December 2, 2014, cost: $1500 Please register for full address.
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Tue Sep
30
6:30p - 8:00p

Ask the Doctor

Presented by Lymphoma Research Foundation


Ask the Doctor is a program that is offered-free-of charge to members of the Lymphoma community by the Lymphoma Research foundation that features Dr. Joshua Brody who updates on lymphoma scientific research and treatment options.
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Tue Sep
30
:p - 9:00p

Wine Tasting and Tapas: A Benefit

Presented by The Red Ballon Learning Center


Wine Tasting and Tapas: A Benefit for The Red Balloon Tuesday, September 30, 2014 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Amsterdam Restaurant and Tapas Lounge 1207 Amsterdam Ave. New York, NY 10027
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Wed Oct
1

American Museum of Natural History Presents: SciCafe: Islands at the Edge: Climate Change, Globalization, and Island Culture

Presented by American Museum of Natural History


Island cultures and ecosystems are already feeling the effects of climate change. Join Museum anthropologist Jenny Newell and Marshall Islands poet and activist Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner to explore how life in the Pacific islands is changing, and what this might mean for all of us in the future. Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Free with cash bar 21+ with ID Enter at 77th Street
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