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PASSIVE HOUSE CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS ANHD's 2014 CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS IN GREEN AFFORDABLE HOUSING PRODUCTION AND PRESERVATIONPresented by ASSOCIATION FOR NEIGHBORHOOD & HOUSING DEVELOPMENT
DEVELOPING, MANAGING & MAINTAINING YOUR HOUSING PORTFOLIO: Best Practices in Green Housing Development, Asset & Property Management and Facility Maintenance of Affordable Multi-Family Housing. The classes in this popular training series are geared for developers, owners, project managers, building managers, superintendents, maintenance & back office staff of nonprofit housing agencies that develop, manage and maintain affordable housing, with an emphasis on energy-efficient management, conservation and reducing operating costs. The course will be presented by affordable housing and energy experts, architects, construction managers and contractors, professional property managers & real estate professionals. Register at http://www.anhd.org/? page_id=2391
Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous: Does that include helping the poor to grow? with Gabrielle L. KurlanderPresented by East Side Institute
F. Scott Fitzgerald famously said: “Let me tell you about the very rich. They are different from you and me.” Is that true? And what does that mean for philanthropy and social transformation? Gabrielle Kurlander examines the changing model of philanthropy, and how building coalitions of the rich and poor opens a new window on development, wealth transfer and social progress in urban America.
Join us for a tasting and lecture with Robin Weir, author of Ice Creams, Sorbets & Gelati. Hear about the history of the ice trade and how its growth spurred the popularity and availability of ices and ice cream. Learn how it was possible to make these frozen desserts for street sale and for restaurants, including the renowned Delmonico's, in an age before refrigeration. Presented in conjunction with the Culinary Historians of New York. Refreshments included.
Shelly Reuben, Edgar Nominated mystery novelist and private fire investigator, is coming to The Ft. Hamilton Library to talk about her new book, The Boys of Sabbath Street. The crime is arson, and the subject is…magic!
The Museum of Chinese in America in New York City (MOCA) will host a scholarly symposium in conjunction with MOCA’s upcoming exhibition Oil & Water: Reinterpreting Ink, opening April 24th. The exhibition will feature the work of three renowned Chinese contemporary artists: Qiu Deshu, Wei Jia, and Zhang Hongtu, guest curated by Michelle Y. Loh.