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Wed Apr
23
:p - 12:30p

PASSIVE HOUSE CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS ANHD's 2014 CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS IN GREEN AFFORDABLE HOUSING PRODUCTION AND PRESERVATION

Presented 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
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Thu Apr
24
7:00a - 7:45a

Begin Your Day with Ease Class

Presented by True Freedom: Anxiety + Stress Management


There are changing rooms and a restroom available on the main floor of the studio. Bolsters and blankets will be provided so you can get comfortable. Yoga mats are optional. Feel free to bring your own yoga mat or you can rent one for two dollars. Free homemade, organic breakfast bar included.
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Sat Apr
26
:p - 2:00p

ClancyWorks Audition Call for Dancers

Presented by ClancyWorks Dance Company


ClancyWorks is looking for strong and passionate dancers for the upcoming 2014-2015 Performance Season. Auditions to take place in NY, DC and Miami. * DC and Miami audition date to be announced.
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Sun May
4
1:30p - 4:30p

Open New Pathways to Easier & More Productive Movement

Presented by Equinox


Learn to move with increased flexibility and mobility – for all ages. Frederick Schjang the nationally-recognized Fitness educator and innovator who specializes in the Feldenkrais® Method, Pilates and Awareness Through Movement Flexibility Training, has gathered some of the finest Feldenkrais instructors in New York to lead a series of classes and a discussion to explore Brain Plasticity and experience how to open new pathways to easier and more productive movement. Classes to be taught by Feldenkrais instructors including Scott Fraser and Frederick Schjang and Discussion/Q&A hosted by Pat McKay from Sirius X/M Satellite Radio. “Brain Plasticity” is part of the 4th Annual International Feldenkrais Festival.
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Tue May
6
:p - 9:30p

Adult Art Classes @ CMA: Blockprinting

Presented by Children's Museum of the Arts


Why let the kids have all the fun? Based on the success of our “Art Making for Kids at Heart” workshop, the Children's Museum of the Arts presents our newest series of classes just for adults! Join us for evening classes focused on learning new Fine Arts techniques. The first series of classes will be held every Tuesday evening in May. Each class introduces basic skills in a different Fine Arts medium, including block printing, silkscreening, hand sewing, and bookbinding.
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Sat May
10
2:00p - 5:00p

Therapeutic Writing for Adoptive Parents and Parents-to-be: Mother's Day Edition

Presented by IAC Center


Time: 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm Date : Saturday May 10, 2014 Location: New York City Facilitated by Joni Mantell, LCSW, Director IAC Center, psychotherapist specializing in adoption; and Sarah Saffian, adoptee, author of Ithaka, memoir teacher at Sarah Lawrence and at Iowa Summer Writing Festival, and MSW Candidate May 2014 from NYU.
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Sat May
10
2:00p - 5:00p

Therapeutic Writing for Adoptive Parents and Parents-to-be: Mother's Day Edition

Presented by IAC Center


Time: 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm Date : Saturday May 10, 2014 Location: CATA (Center for the Advancement of Therapeutic Arts), 122 West 26th Street, 7th Floor, Suite 701, New York, NY Sometimes parenthood — whether we’re anticipating and planning, or already in the thick of it — is hard to wrap our heads and hearts around. Putting words to complex and amorphous thoughts and feelings can be challenging. In this intimate workshop, we’ll explore our internal experiences around adoptive parenthood through short writing exercises — such as a letter to your child’s birth parent, or an imagining of how your life will be with a child — complemented by discussion and optional sharing. Adoptive parents-to-be at any stage of the process and adoptive parents of children of any ages are warmly welcome. Just bring an open mind, a creative spirit, and a desire for self-reflection and discovery.
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Tue May
13
7:00p - 9:30p

Adult Art Classes @ CMA: Silkscreen

Presented by Children's Museum of the Arts


Why let the kids have all the fun? Based on the success of our “Art Making for Kids at Heart” workshop, the Children's Museum of the Arts presents our newest series of classes just for adults! Join us for evening classes focused on learning new Fine Arts techniques. The first series of classes will be held every Tuesday evening in May. Each class introduces basic skills in a different Fine Arts medium, including block printing, silkscreening, hand sewing, and bookbinding.
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Wed May
14
6:00p - 8:00p

Do You Make These Mistakes When You Are Writing A Grant?

Presented by Queens Council on the Arts


Back by popular demand! Queens Council on the Arts Presents Grant Writing Plus. The spring session of this two-part grant writing workshop brings a close to QCA’s Build Your Own Business (BYOB) workshop season
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Tue May
20
7:00p - 9:30p

Adult Art Classes @ CMA: Hand Sewn

Presented by Children's Museum of the Arts


Why let the kids have all the fun? Based on the success of our “Art Making for Kids at Heart” workshop, the Children's Museum of the Arts presents our newest series of classes just for adults! Join us for evening classes focused on learning new Fine Arts techniques. The first series of classes will be held every Tuesday evening in May. Each class introduces basic skills in a different Fine Arts medium, including block printing, silkscreening, hand sewing, and bookbinding.
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