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Fri Sep
19
Sun Sep
21
06:00p - 09:00p

Visionaries and Dreamers Weekend 2014

Presented by FCBC


Harlem’s First Corinthian Baptist Church (FCBC) announces Visionaries and Dreamers Weekend, Friday September 19th through the 21st 2014. This year’s Visionary and Dreamers Weekend will celebrate Reverend Michael Walrond’s 10th year anniversary with FCBC.
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Fri Sep
19
Sat Sep
20
7:00p - 8:30p

Bill Frisell: This Land, Woody Guthrie's Better World

Presented by Jazz at Lincoln Center


Bill Frisell and the Big Sur Quintet, featuring Jenny Scheinman, Eyvind Kang, Rudy Royston, and Hank Roberts explore the music of Woody Guthrie and more
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Sat Sep
20
03:00p - 05:00p

Community Land Trusts: 50+ Years of Organizing in NYC

Presented by New York City Community Land Initiative


This event is organized by the New York City Community Land Initiative and will be held at the Museum of Art and Design
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Sat Sep
20
12:00p - 3:00p

57th German-American Steuben PArade of NY

Presented by German-American Steuben Parade Committee of NY


Each year on the third weekend of September, The German- American Steuben Parade is held on Manhattan’s 5th Avenue. The aim and purpose of the Parade is to provide Americans, including the nation’s statesmen, with a visual of the great role played by Germanic immigrants in the development of the United States. The Parade instills in all Americans with roots from German speaking countries a deep-rooted sense of pride and accomplishment.
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Sat Sep
20
Sat Sep
27
12:00p - 06:00p

Court Square Flea - Open Air Market

Presented by Court Square Flea


COURT SQUARE FLEA DEBUTS ON SEPTEMBER 20TH FOR TWO CONSECUTIVE MARKETS THIS SEASON!
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Categories: Arts, Community


Sat Sep
20
1:00p - 4:00p

SOHO CONTEMPORARY ART INTRODUCES ARTIST RICH SIMMONS IN LONDON CALLING? SALE AND EXHIBITION

Presented by Soho Contemporary Art


Soho Contemporary Art introduces artist Rich Simmons in his first solo exhibition in the United States, “London Calling.”
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Categories: Arts


Sat Sep
20
4:00p - 7:00p

Chinese Adopted Teens Coming of Age

Presented by Modern Family Center @ Spence-Chapin


There are 34,000 Chinese adopted teens in America, but each adoptee's experience is unique. During this workshop a panel of Chinese adopted women will share how growing up in the United States shaped their cultural identity. We'll talk about common issues including belonging, dating, and stereotypes. Teens: Come meet other Chinese adopted girls who share a similar story and understand you. Parents: You'll walk away better prepared for those important conversations with your daughter.
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Sat Sep
20

10th annual Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City RBC Race for the Kids

Presented by Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City


Thousands of New Yorkers will hit the ground running for the 10th annual Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City RBC Race for the Kids – part of Nickelodeon’s Worldwide Day of Play. The 5K race will help raise $1 million to provide one-to-one mentoring relationships for young people throughout the five boroughs who need caring adult role models in their lives. Following the race, participants will take part in special festivities in as part of Nickelodeon’s Worldwide Day of Play, including a picnic and appearances by popular Nickelodeon characters.
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Categories: Community


Sat Sep
20
6:00p - 8:00p

Cultural Landscapes of Greenwich Village with Francis Morrone - The West Village

Presented by Ideasmyth: Your Genius Amplifier


Follow Francis Morrone, Time + Leisure's World’s Greatest Tour Guide, as he shares the unheard history and wicked anecdotes of New York’s past. This tour takes us to the far west, all the way to the Hudson River, to the most picturesque streets of the Village (and of all of New York), where topics will include the development of Westbeth (and the High Line), the history of the White Horse Tavern, Jane Jacobs, St. Luke’s Place, the Village Vanguard, and much more.
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Sat Sep
20
10:00a - 3:00p

Advanced Research and Reporting with Katherine Wessling

Presented by Ideasmyth: Your Genius Amplifier


Whether you’re writing a nonfiction book, a magazine article, or checking the facts about anything that really matters to your health, home or livelihood, the ability to cultivate and interview sources and/or find the information you need online is important. Quality intel is all. High- quality info gives any writer a major commercial edge that is reflected in the premium fees offered for investigative features and non-fiction and historical fiction book advances. Getting original information from the internet and out of experts is key to tapping into the premium fees offered for investigative features and non-fiction book advances. All are encouraged to bring their specific research challenges so they can be addressed in the seminar. Cost: $200
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