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Affinity Health Plan invites families to spend a fun-filled day at one of New York’s most popular spring events, its thirteenth-annual Spring Fling and Easter Egg Hunt.
A Community Festival Celebrating Earth Day & the Arts Saturday, April 26, 2014, Noon to 7pm Tompkinsville Park, Staten Island FREE (Staten Island, Friday, March 27, 2014) – The St. George Day Festival, a local Earth Day and arts celebration, will take place Saturday, April 26, 2014 from Noon to 7pm in and around Tompkinsville Park in Staten Island. This free, North Shore event -- a community pageant, performing arts showcase, literary event and interactive science fair rolled into one -- will include kids’ activities, family- oriented fun, outdoor art installations, live music, street performance, crafts and Earth Day demonstrations. Three of St. George Day’s signature offerings, the Earth Day Zone, the Festival Dragon Parade, and the giant puppet spectacle,“St. George & the Friendly Dragon,” will again be presented. An Earth Day event like no other, the festival invites visitors to imagine the possibilities of what their neighborhood can be when bonded by a deep commitment to the arts, humanities, and the environment. For more details, visit www.stgeorgedaysi.com.
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Bring your unwanted electronics (TVs, computers, and home entertainment equipment) for recycling by The Mac Support Store and e- Revival LLC. Please, no microwaves, air conditioners, refrigerators, or smoke/carbon monoxide detectors. For questions about electronic waste recycling, call 718-312- 8341.
This year marks the 29th annual AIDS Walk New York, the east coast’s first and the world’s largest AIDS fundraising event. The event will raise vital funds for GMHC and more than 40 other AIDS service organizations in the tri-state area.
New Taste of The Upper West Side's festivities begin with Soirée in the Park on Tuesday, May 27th (with a rain date on Thursday, May 29th) featuring a cocktail event under the stars to celebrate and raise funds for New York City’s beautiful Theodore Roosevelt Park, which surrounds the American Museum of Natural History. Proceeds from the evening benefit the park’s revitalization programs as guests enjoy live music, champagne and hors d'oeuvres prepared by Chris Wyman of Corvo Bianco, Maria Loi of Loi, Cesare Casella of Salumeria Rosi Parmacotto and Rodney Mitchell of Calle Ocho.
Gateway to Nations Pow Wow is a full contest Pow Wow attracting over 500 Native American artists, educators, singers, dancers and performing groups from across the Americas. There will be over 40 artist booths selling crafts, jewelry, food and more. Other highlights of the event include authentic cuisine: buffalo burgers, venison stew and corn soup. Visitors can interact with representatives from tribs of the Lakota, Navajo, Mohawk, Seneca, Cherokee, Aztec, Mayan, Samoan, Hawaiian and many more. There is a live bird of prey exhibit, pony rides and tipi raising.
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