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A collection of free events - week of 3/8

2020.03.08 13:04 liferider09 A collection of free events - week of 3/8

I ignored many of the film events this week, and included some more volunteering (the free library films are usually around noon on weekdays). If you have more interest in the films during the day, let me know.
I also removed any emails that were in descriptions. You can still find them in the original posting.

Manhattan

Roger Morris Park - Garden Volunteer Day, 3/8

Whether you have a green thumb or just a curiosity for what makes the garden grow, all are welcome to volunteer in Roger Morris Park, the grounds of the Morris-Jumel Mansion, once a month under the supervision of NYC Parks. All tools and instructions are provided, just bring a willingness to get a little dirty as we beautify our special garden. Close-toed shoes are required. Volunteers under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Please note: RSVP by emailing [email omitted, go to the website] and write \Volunteer\ in the subject line. Groups must RSVP by at least 14 days in advance.
NYC Parks
Morris-Jumel Mansion (In Roger Morris Park), Manhattan
10 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/08/roger-morris-park-garden-volunteer-day
website: https://www.jalopytheatre.org

Asssscat 3000, 3/8

Performers from The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre perform longform improv with frequent special guests from your favorite TV shows and movies. The 7:30pm shows cost $14 and tickets go on sale 2 weeks before the show date at 12pm. The 9:30pm show is FREE but you must make a reservation in advance. Reservations become available online at 12pm (noon) the day of the show. PLEASE NOTE: The listed cast lineup is subject to change. Our talented performers are very in-demand and although they would like to do so, other obligations prevent them from being able to do ASSSSCAT every week.
UCB Theatre Hells Kitchen
555 W 42nd Street, New York, NY
7:30 PM
https://hellskitchen.ucbtheatre.com
website: https://hellskitchen.ucbtheatre.com/performance/72897

Author Talk- Kathy Iandoli: God Save the Queens, 3/9

For far too long, women in hip-hop have been relegated to the shadows, viewed as the designated “First Lady” thrown a contract, a pawn in some beef, or even worse. But as Kathy Iandoli makes clear, the reality is very different. Today, hip-hop is dominated by successful women such as Cardi B and Nicki Minaj, yet there are scores of female artists whose influence continues to resonate.
God Save the Queens pays tribute to the women of hip-hop—from the early work of Roxanne Shante, to hitmakers…
Yorkville Library, Meeting Room
222 East 79th Street, New York, NY
5:30 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/09/author-talk-kathy-iandoli-god-save-queens

Cairo: City of 1000 Minarets, 3/9

Join Iman R. Abdulfattah, PhD Candidate in Islamic Art and Archaeology at Universität Bonn, for a visual journey into the riches of the art and architecture of this important metropolis. When the Fatimid dynasty conquered Egypt in 969 AD, they founded a fortified palatine city to serve as their new administrative center. This new city, named al-Qahira – meaning “The Victorious” – gave the present capital its name. Since the 10th century, Cairo has served as a major center of the Islamicate world and seat of several important dynasties, reaching its apogee under the Mamluks (1250-1516 AD), who gave it an architectural character that symbolized the image of the Islamic city for centuries. These empires also left behind a staggering number of impressive buildings meant to emphasize courtly patronage and dominate the panorama of the city, lending Cairo the nickname of the City of 1,000 Minarets. Today, more than 400 extant registered historic Islamic monuments survive tucked away amid the modern urban sprawl, many of which remain largely overshadowed by their more ancient counterparts.
The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park S, New York, NY
8 PM
website: https://www.nationalartsclub.org/default.aspx?p=.NETEventView&ID=3864838&qfilter=&type=0&ssid=0&chgs=

The Improv Jam, 3/10

Just your classic Improv Jam! Everyone who attends this show will have a chance to perform improv on the UCBT Hell's Kitchen stage! Put your name in the Bucket of Truth, then jam with students, performers, and faculty. The show isn't over until everyone has had a chance to perform, all in a fun, supportive environment! All experience levels welcome!
UCB Theatre Hells Kitchen
555 W 42nd Street, New York, NY
6 PM
https://hellskitchen.ucbtheatre.com
website: https://hellskitchen.ucbtheatre.com/performance/72920

Why the Far Right Kills, 3/10

Why is this political faction, compared to others, so violent -- and what drives them to kill again and again? Researcher Chip Berlet, who has investigated the Far Right for forty years, will explain how the movement’s internal dynamic drives its participants into homicidal outbursts. Berlet will discuss the Far Right’s themes of demonization, scapegoating, conspiracism, and apocalypticism with journalist Talia Lavin, and they will offer their perspectives on how to deal with this toxic social current.
YIVO Institute for Jewish Research 15 West 16th Street, Manhattan 7p; $free yivo.org/Why-the-Far-Right-Kills
http://www.nonsensenyc.com/
website: https://www.yivo.org/Why-the-Far-Right-Kills

Please Remit My Qubits Chapbook Launch, 3/10

Please join us for the celebration of the launch of Marie Hinson’s first chapbook, Please Remit My Qubits: a trans hex on quantum supremacy (2020, Operating System: AlteAltar). Marie will be reading with Sherese Francis, Zefyr Lisowski, and Joey De Jesus.
Marie Hinson is an artist practicing in film, writing, performance, and cinematography. Originally from the mountains of rural Appalachia, she now works and lives in New York City. She is an alum of the Philadelphia based artist collective Vox Populi. Her work has shown in group exhibitions and experimental film festivals as well as at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Anthology Film Archives, Scribe Video Center, Icebox Project Space, and Blackbox at Vox Populi. mariehinson.com Sherese Francis is a southeast Queens-based poet, text artist, workshop facilitator, and literary curator of the mobile library project, J. Expressions. She has published work in journals and anthologies including Cosmonauts Avenue, No Dear, Apex Magazine, La Pluma Y La Tinta’s New Voices Anthology, The Pierian Literary Review, Bone Bouquet, African Voices, Newtown Literary, Free Verse, and Near Kin: A Collection of Words and Arts Inspired by Octavia Butler. Additionally, she has published two chapbooks, Lucy’s Bone Scrolls and Variations on Sett/ling Seed/ling. Currently, she is a co-editor and board member of the small press, Harlequin Creature, and a core member of the Southeast Queens Artist Alliance. To find out more about her work, visit futuristicallyancient.com. Joey De Jesus is the author of HOAX (Operating System, 2020+), NOCT- The Threshold of Madness (The Atlas Review, 2019), and co-author, alongside Sade LaNay, of Writing Voice into the Archive vol. 1, organized and edited by Jennifer Tamayo with support from UC Berkeley’s Center for Race and Gender. Joey co-edits poetry at Apogee Journal, is an Advisory Board Member at No, Dear Magazine, and received the 2019-20 BRIC ArtFP Project Room Commission and 2017 NYFA/NYSCA Fellowship in Poetry. Poems have appeared in the Academy of American Poet’s Poem-A-Day, Bettering American Poetry, Barrow Street, BOAAT, The Brooklyn Rail, The Cortland Review, The Literary Review, Newtown Literary Alliance, Southern Humanities Review, and several other venues. Poems have been performed and/or installed in Artists Space, Basilica Soundscape, The New Museum, The Poetry Project and elsewhere. Zefyr Lisowski is a trans and queer writer, artist, and North Carolinian currently living in NYC. She’s a Poetry Co-editor for Apogee Journal and the author of Blood Box, winner of the Black River Editor’s Choice Award from Black Lawrence Press and forthcoming fall 2019; she’s also the author of the microchap Wolf Inventory (Ghost City Press, 2018) and is a 2019 Tin House Summer Workshop Fellow. Zefyr’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in Lit Hub, Nat. Brut., Muzzle Magazine, and DIAGRAM, among many other places; she’s also received support from Sundress Academy for the Arts, McGill University, the New York Live Ideas Fest, and the 2019 CUNY Graduate Center Adjunct Incubator Grant for the arts. A 2018 nominee for the Pushcart Prize, she also goes by Zef.
Bluestockings
172 Allen St, New York, NY
7 PM
bluestockings.com
website: https://bluestockings.com/event/please-remit-my-qubits-chapbook-launch/?instance_id=212037

A Virtuoso Evening With Prize-Winning Pianist Kate Liu, 3/10

She is the Bronze Medal Winner of the 2015 International Chopin Competition in Warsaw and First Prize Winner of the 2010 New York International Piano Competition. Ever since these major awards, Liu’s schedule has been filled with memorable performances in Europe, Asia, and the United States. In a glowing review of her recital, the Washington Post calls her a “grand talent.” This concert is presented under the auspices of the Stecher and Horowitz Foundation. Works by Schumann and Brahms will be featured. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear one of today’s leading young pianists!
The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park S, New York, NY
8 PM
The National Arts Club
website: https://www.nationalartsclub.org/default.aspx?p=.NETEventView&ID=3864839&qfilter=&type=0&ssid=0&chgs=

Self-Care at Mulberry Street Library: March on Stress 3/11

We will make DIY stress balls. You can take them home and use them to help through difficult situations. We will end the program with a guided imagery story.
Mulberry Street Library
10 Jersey Street, New York, NY
1 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/15/self-care-mulberry-street-library-march-stress

The Rheda S. Brandt Memorial Lecture: Engaging With Local Communities and Climate Change, 3/11

Returning lecturer Dr. Evangelos Kyriakidis of Kent University and Director of The Heritage Management Organization discusses his engagement projects. This global network — encompassing over five hundred members in more than seventy nations — was established in November of 2008. Its goal of instructing local key heritage managers has significantly transformed diverse cultural assets from decaying objects of study into dynamic sources of learning, community identity, and economic development. This international collaboration between knowledgeable stakeholders and professional partners offering their unique expertise becomes particularly crucial when adapting to climate change and protecting rare sites.
The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park S, New York, NY
6:30 PM
website: https://www.nationalartsclub.org/default.aspx?p=.NETEventView&ID=3864840&qfilter=&type=0&ssid=0&chgs=

Young Poets Reading, 3/11

At this year's event we will introduce three up-and-coming young poets. Beth Bachmann’s most recent volume is CEASE (2018), preceded by Temper (2009) and Do Not Rise (2015). She has won, among other awards, the Alice di Castagnola Award from the Poetry Society of America. Adam Fitzgerald’s most recent volume is George Washington (2016). It was preceded by The Late Parade (2013). He teaches at Rutgers University. Shane McCrae’s most recent volume is The Gilded Auction Block (2019), preceded by five others, including Mule (2011), Blood (2013), and In the Language of My Captor (2017), the last a finalist for the National Book Award. He teaches at Columbia University.
The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park S, New York, NY
8 PM
The National Arts Club
website: https://www.nationalartsclub.org/default.aspx?p=.NETEventView&ID=3864841&qfilter=&type=0&ssid=0&chgs=

Movies @ Kips Bay Library Presents New Releases Movie Night: Judy, 3/12

Synopsis:
Set in late 1968 and early 1969, Judy portrays Judy Garland hustling in Swinging London after successfully securing an engagement in Talk of the Town. Behind the scenes, her tumultuous life continues on, battling with her manager and her ex-husband. Directors Rupert Goold
Production year 2019, Rating PG-13, Studio Lions Gate Films, Inc., Runtime 118 minutes.
Cast
Finn Wittrock, Renée Zellweger, Rufus Sewell.
Kips Bay Library
446 Third Avenue, New York, NY
3 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/12/movies-kips-bay-library-presents-new-releases-movie-night

Arsenal Gallery Exhibition Opening: Alice Momm: The Gleaner's Song, 3/12

Join NYC Parks for the opening reception for our new exhibition Alice Momm: The Gleaner's Song in the Arsenal Gallery. The Gleaner’s Song is a collection of mixed-media works, words, and photographs by artist Alice Momm, inspired by her daily, immersive walks in Central Park. The materials and impressions gathered on these rambles become the seeds of artworks that pay tribute to the ragged beauty of found objects in nature and honor the quiet dramas unfolding in unexpected places. While often humorous, the artworks reflect a deep concern for our environment and an appreciation of the interconnectedness of all living beings. This solo exhibition is Momm's love song to Central Park and an invitation to find wonder and joy in New York City’s parks. This event is FREE and open to the public. The exhibition is on display in the Arsenal Gallery on weekdays from March 13, 2020 through June 4, 2020. Please note that the Arsenal Gallery will be closed on Monday, May 25, 2020. Images: Alice Momm, Untitled from Gleaner's Song, 2017, bark, gouache, wire, paper; Central Park, Reaching Tree, 2019, digital photograph
NYC Parks
Arsenal (In Central Park), Manhattan
6 PM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/12/arsenal-gallery-exhibition-opening-alice-momm-the-gleaners-song

YOU MUST BELIEVE IN SPRING: Melissa Errico Presents Michel Legrand, 3/12

Tony-nominated actress and New York Times columnist Melissa Errico brings to Lincoln Center a special concert and panel discussion, lit by her unique gift for both singing songs and speaking sense, devoted to one of her mentors, the late, great French composer Michel Legrand. Since originating the lead in his sole Broadway musical, “Amour”, Errico has had a special affinity and understanding for his music and its meanings. On this evening, she’ll sing a few Legrand classics, among them “The Summ…
New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center, Bruno Walter Auditorium
40 Lincoln Center Plaza (65th St and Columbus Ave), New York, NY
6 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/12/you-must-believe-spring-melissa-errico-presents-michel-legrand

Places That Unite: Creative Tools for Telling a Fuller Story, 3/12

Join the Historic House Trust and the Black Gotham Experience for a conversation on how to tell more inclusive narratives at historic sites. Through discussion and demonstration, panelists will share how long-silenced stories are now being told in meaningful ways. From live performance and culinary experiences to physically inhabiting spaces of trauma, find inspiration in those using interpretation, dialogue, and engagement to create more honest and inclusive historical narratives.
Panelists will include Food Studies PhD Scott Barton, Founder of the Slave Dwelling Project Joe McGill, Senior Director at the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience Sarah Pharaon, Historic Preservation Program Analyst with NYS Parks Cordell Reaves, and artist and singer Kimberly Wilson.
Black Gotham Experience 192 Front Street, Manhattan 6-8p; $free historichousetrust.org
http://www.nonsensenyc.com/
website: https://www.historichousetrust.org

Two Elizas in Old New York (1875): Eliza Greatorex Picturing Eliza Jumel’s Mansion With Professor Katherine Manthorne, 3/12

Join as Professor Katherine Manthorne explores the interconnected lives of two influential women from 19th Century New York, Eliza Jumel and Eliza Pratt Greatorex. Eliza Jumel, a self-made woman who used her intellect to become one of the richest women in New York, was Morris-Jumel Mansion’s longest living resident. Four years after Jumel’s death, Eliza Pratt Greatorex was one of America’s most famous women artists and only female member of the National Academy of Design. Professor Manthorne’s illustrated presentation focuses on Pratt Greatorex’s folio volume Old New York: From the Battery to Bloomingdale (1875) in which the artist depicted the city’s threatened architectural landmarks during the post-Civil War building boom, including Morris-Jumel Mansion and its grounds. Enjoy this special preview of Manthorne’s forthcoming book, Restless Enterprise: The Art and Life of Eliza Pratt Greatorex, which will be published in January 2021. Katherine Manthorne is a Professor of Art History at the Graduate Center, City University of New York, and a specialist in American art and culture with attention to the contribution of women. Soon to be published by the University of California Press in Jan. 2021, her book, Restless Enterprise: The Art and Life of Eliza Pratt Greatorex, brings back to life this feisty, remarkable figure and her extensive network of art women to shed light on the still-misunderstood visual culture of the post-Civil War years. Purchase tickets online.
NYC Parks
Morris-Jumel Mansion (In Roger Morris Park), Manhattan
7 PM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/12/two-elizas-in-old-new-york-1875-eliza-greatorex-picturing-eliza-jumels-mansion-with-professor-katherine-manthorne

Art and Energy, 3/12

Art and science achieve the seemingly impossible, picturing the energy of the universe by making the invisible visible. Join Dr. Charles A. Riley Ph.D., director of the Nassau Museum of Art, and visual artist Scott McIntire, for a dialogue revealing the ways art permits us to understand the beauty of energy in ways that are beyond our ordinary perception. The star of a recent exhibition curated by Dr. Riley, McIntire manages to weave, subtly, issues of sustainability with a powerful aesthetic message in his highly original “Energy Field” series of paintings.
The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park S, New York, NY
7:30 PM
The National Arts Club
website: https://www.nationalartsclub.org/default.aspx?p=.NETEventView&ID=3864842&qfilter=&type=0&ssid=0&chgs=

Contemporary Art in Academic Environments, 3/13

Join us for a panel discussion and visual presentation focusing on the strategies and problems of the education process in the field of digital art, effective instruments of practical and theoretical learning, and multidisciplinary project-based approach. This program is organized in conjunction with the ID. ART:TECH EXHIBITION on display in the Gregg and Marquis Galleries which explores ID as a phenomenon with a wide range of meanings – from the term in psychoanalysis (id) to the document that certifies one’s identity (ID) - from the forms of sociopolitical function of portraits to the images of mass culture and social networks.
The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park S, New York, NY
7 PM
The National Arts Club
website: https://www.nationalartsclub.org/default.aspx?p=.NETEventView&ID=3864844&qfilter=&type=0&ssid=0&chgs=

Lower East Side Street Tree Care, 3/14

Come work with NYC Parks Stewardship to care for local street trees! Volunteers will learn how to aerate, cultivate, mulch, and identify street trees. They will also learn about the important roles street trees play in New York City. Volunteers should dress in clothes that can get dirty and closed-toed shoes. They are also encouraged to bring their own water bottles. Please note: Space is limited and registration is required. Volunteers under 18 must be accompanied by a chaperone.
NYC Parks
Henry M. Jackson Playground, Manhattan
9 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/lower-east-side-street-tree-care

Everyday Ecologies, 3/14

Everyday Ecologies is a full-day conference held on Saturday, March 14 at the Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture. Experts across the fields of design, urban ecology, and social science will be speaking to how we support and exist within ecosystems, and how we can investigate new approaches in the world of urban ecological systems. To instigate new approaches, we have invited designers, planners, historians, and social scientists to talk about everyday ecosystems: the boundless communities we are part of—a cocktail of cultures crossing economic and class strata with overlapping gender, racial, and spiritual identities—that complement but also compete with each other and conflict internally for rights and means to perpetuate their cultural identities, social relations, and environmental resource needs and desires. Speakers will present the idea or theory that one of their projects is contested through design, planning, or projective research and analysis. Together, we aim to develop principles that will establish a foothold from which to launch new approaches and ideas for changing the complex world future generations will inherit. Featuring: Thaisa Way, Tim Maly, Kate Orff, Heather McMillen, Elizabeth Hénaff, Lindsay Campbell, Kristina Hill, Justin Garrett Moore, Andrew Bauer, Liz Barry, Andrea Parker, Sean Weiss, Julia Czerniak, Maria Villalobos, Sierra Bainbridge, Joy Bailey Bryant, Erika Svendsen, Denise Hoffman Brandt FREE with RSVP.
NYC Parks
Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture, Manhattan
9:30 AM - 5 PM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/everyday-ecologies

Dances of the World Day, 3/14

Join us for a culturally explorative day full of various dances from around the world including Latin American, African, Caribbean, and Harlem’s very own hip hop. Wear comfortable clothes and bring a friend for twice the fun! For accessibility information, contact LaSharn Cooper at [email omitted, go to the website to find it] or call (212) 860-1373. RSVP on Eventbrite.
NYC Parks
Pelham Fritz Recreation Center (In Marcus Garvey Park), Manhattan
10 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/dances-of-the-world-day

Book Swap! 3/14

By popular demand, Ottendorfer now hosts a Book Swap every Saturday! Please bring your books, DVDs, CDs and miscellaneous trinkets to trade with others.
Ottendorfer Library
135 Second Avenue, New York, NY
10 AM onward
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/07/book-swap

Wrong Story Mistold: Artist Reception for Barbara Jaye Wilson, 3/14

Please join us for the reception for the current exhibition at Ottendorfer, Wrong Story Mistold: Paintings by Barbara Jaye Wilson. Meet the artist and enjoy the exhibit.
Ottendorfer Library
135 Second Avenue, New York, NY
2 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/14/wrong-story-mistold-artist-reception-barbara-jaye-wilson

Queens

Zinemaking Workshop, 3/12

If you’re short on resources but long on ideas, zines are magic little books that let you publish what you care about and connect with others who care, too. They can be about anything and no two are quite the same.
With help from Aurora Diaz of art collective The Bettyz, we’ll learn how to establish and run a zine project, then collaborate on a one-off zine. Don’t worry — we’ll bring the paper, scissors and Polaroid. Happy hour is from 5-8p.
Nowadays 56-06 Cooper Avenue, Ridgewood 8p; $free nowadays.nyc/2020/03/12/zinemaking-workshop/
http://www.nonsensenyc.com/

Highland Park Forest Restoration, 3/13

Volunteers will learn how to identify and safely remove invasive plants in order to help create a healthier ecosystem. Come dressed in sturdy boots or shoes, long pants, and clothing that can get dirty. Volunteers are also encouraged to bring their own water bottles. Please note: Space is limited and registration is required. Volunteers under 18 must be accompanied by a chaperone.
NYC Parks
Lower Highland Playground (In Highland Park), Queens
9 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/13/highland-park-forest-restoration

Compost Giveback, 3/14

The NYC Compost Project Hosted by Queens Botanical Garden is giving away FREE compost! Although staff will be present to assist, please come prepared to fill and carry out your own bags. We will provide shovels and empty 7.5 gallon sandbags. The compost is made from residential food scraps collected locally and processed at QBG. Limit of 5 bags per registrant. This event takes place in QBG’s Parking Garden at 42-80 Crommelin Street, Flushing, NY. If you are interested in larger volumes of compost, please contact us at [email omitted, go to the website to find it] or (718) 539-5296. Please note: Registration required. Please note you will not be given compost if you have not registered for this event. There are two sessions that you can register for: 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Only one session registration is allowed per household; multiple-session registration will result in cancellation of one session.
NYC Parks
Queens Botanical Garden Parking Garden, Queens
7:30 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/compost-giveback

Rockaway Beach Cleanup, 3/14

Volunteer with the Stewardship Team at Rockaway Beach! Volunteers will be removing debris from the Rockaway Beach. Volunteers should dress in clothes that can get dirty, close-toed shoes, and warm layers. They are also encouraged to bring their own water bottles. Volunteers under 18 must be accompanied by a chaperone. Please note: Space is limited and registration is required.
NYC Parks
Dead End of Beach 56th Place (In Rockaway Beach), Queens
9:30 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/rockaway-beach-cleanup

Staten Island

Living With Deer, 3/8

Join the Urban Park Rangers to learn about deer. We will find signs of deer in the park (buck rubs, deer scat, deer prints, chewed twigs) on a hike outdoors, and share five tips to follow to promote a healthy coexistence with these animals.
NYC Parks
Greenbelt Nature Center (In Blood Root Valley), Staten Island
1 PM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/08/living-with-deer

Adult Canvas Painting, 3/9

Indulge in the art of painting with our popular canvas painting program that has everything but the wine! The projects created during this program will be guided, allowing participants of all skill levels to learn new techniques. Everyone paints the same design, but no artistry is alike!
South Beach Library
21-25 Robin Road, Staten Island, NY
4:30 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/09/adult-canvas-painting

Choose the Right Bin for You Workshop (NYC Compost Project), 3/14

There are many ways to compost, and many types of compost bins: big bins, small bins, short bins, tall bins! Does it need to have a lid? Can I keep it by my house? Can I make my own? You have questions. We have answers. This event is rain or shine. Free admission Registration requested here The NYC Compost Project, created by the NYC Department of Sanitation (DSNY) in 1993, works to rebuild NYC’s soils by providing New Yorkers with the knowledge, skills, and opportunities they need to make and use compost locally. Learn more: www.nyc.gov/compostproject
NYC Parks
Compost Demonstration Site (In Snug Harbor Cultural Center), Staten Island
11 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/choose-the-right-bin-for-you-workshop-nyc-compost-project

Winter Book Discussions @ Everything Goes Cafe: Do No Harm: Stories of Life, Death, and Brain Surgery by Henry Marsh, 3/14

What is it like to be a brain surgeon? How does it feel to hold someone’s life in your hands, to cut into the stuff that creates thought, feeling and reason? How do you live with the consequences of performing a potentially lifesaving operation when it all goes wrong?
With astonishing compassion and candor, leading neurosurgeon Henry Marsh reveals the fierce joy of operating, the profoundly moving triumphs, the harrowing disasters, the haunting regrets and the moments of black humor that charac…
St. George Library Center
5 Central Avenue, Staten Island, NY
2 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/14/winter-book-discussions-everything-goes-cafe-do-no-harm-stories-life

Brooklyn

Exceedingly Good Song Night, 3/8

New York City's premier traditional/folk/roots singing session. Hosted by Ken Schatz. Sing and hear folk songs, blues, gospel, old-time, Appalachian, sea songs and chanteys, worksongs, ballads, railroad songs, prison songs, lullabies, forebitters, broadsides, hymns, vaudeville, camp songs, farming, mining and factory songs, country, bluegrass, spirituals, cowboy songs, English, Irish and Scottish Songs, labor and union songs, drinking songs, children’s songs, field hollers, music hall, love songs, and parodies.
Singers and listeners are welcome. Each Song Night, we have a loose theme to encourage people to learn new songs and remember ones they haven't sung in a while. If you'd like to lead a song, look for a traditional song or two that somehow fits our theme: Back and Forth.
315 Columbia Street, between Hamilton and Woodhull, Brooklyn 6-11p; $free jalopytheatre.org
Jalopy Theatre
http://www.nonsensenyc.com/

Big Irvs, 3/8

Big Irv's is back in action with a whole new showcase of the best storytelling this side of the river. Big talent in a tiny bodega. Can't miss.
Featuring Sam Dingman, Harmon Leon, Tracy Rowland, Jamie Beth Cohen, Edith Gonzales, and Calvin Cato. Plus two extra saucy open mic slots. With host Adam Selbst. This show is fun, free and BYOB so come on down.
Big Irvs 381 Hooper street, Brooklyn 7p doors, 7:30p show; $free
http://www.nonsensenyc.com/

The Science of Vaccines, 3/11

In the last 70 years or so, vaccines have saved millions of lives. They are among the most effective, safest, and cheap medicines ever discovered by humankind. Still, questions about vaccines resonate across our communities and in the media. Do vaccines cause autism? Are they harmful? What about their ingredients? Is vaccination a personal choice? In this talk, Francesco presents the basic facts about vaccines, and he will discuss these and many other questions. Communities need vaccines, and vaccines need communities. Come for a talk and stay for discussion with other curious visitors.
Biotech Without Borders 33 Flatbush Avenue, fourth floor, Brooklyn 7-9p; $free eventbrite.com/e/the-science-of-vaccines-tickets-95310017829
http://www.nonsensenyc.com/
website: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-science-of-vaccines-tickets-95310017829

Coney Island Beach Grass Planting, 3/14

Join NYC Parks Stewardship as we plant beach grass in Coney Island! Learn about the importance of this coastal area and what you can do to help. Volunteers should dress in clothes that can get dirty, close-toed shoes, and warm layers. They are also encouraged to bring their own water bottles. Volunteers under 18 must be accompanied by a chaperone. Please note: Space is limited and online registration is required.
NYC Parks
Riegelmann Boardwalk and 37th Street (In Coney Island Beach & Boardwalk), Brooklyn
10 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/coney-island-beach-grass-planting

Climate Change: Adapting in New York City, 3/14

Over the years, animals and plants have adapted to live in a city that's constantly changing. Join the Rangers for a hike through Prospect Park as we explore and learn more about its inhabitants.
NYC Parks
Prospect Park Picnic House (In Prospect Park), Brooklyn
1 PM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/climate-change-adapting-in-new-york-city
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2020.03.08 13:04 liferider09 A collection of free events - week of 3/8

I ignored many of the film events this week, and included some more volunteering (the free library films are usually around noon on weekdays). If you have more interest in the films during the day, let me know.
I also removed any emails that were in descriptions. You can still find them in the original posting.

Manhattan

Roger Morris Park - Garden Volunteer Day, 3/8

Whether you have a green thumb or just a curiosity for what makes the garden grow, all are welcome to volunteer in Roger Morris Park, the grounds of the Morris-Jumel Mansion, once a month under the supervision of NYC Parks. All tools and instructions are provided, just bring a willingness to get a little dirty as we beautify our special garden. Close-toed shoes are required. Volunteers under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Please note: RSVP by emailing [email omitted, go to the website] and write \Volunteer\ in the subject line. Groups must RSVP by at least 14 days in advance.
NYC Parks
Morris-Jumel Mansion (In Roger Morris Park), Manhattan
10 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/08/roger-morris-park-garden-volunteer-day
website: https://www.jalopytheatre.org

Asssscat 3000, 3/8

Performers from The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre perform longform improv with frequent special guests from your favorite TV shows and movies. The 7:30pm shows cost $14 and tickets go on sale 2 weeks before the show date at 12pm. The 9:30pm show is FREE but you must make a reservation in advance. Reservations become available online at 12pm (noon) the day of the show. PLEASE NOTE: The listed cast lineup is subject to change. Our talented performers are very in-demand and although they would like to do so, other obligations prevent them from being able to do ASSSSCAT every week.
UCB Theatre Hells Kitchen
555 W 42nd Street, New York, NY
7:30 PM
https://hellskitchen.ucbtheatre.com
website: https://hellskitchen.ucbtheatre.com/performance/72897

Author Talk- Kathy Iandoli: God Save the Queens, 3/9

For far too long, women in hip-hop have been relegated to the shadows, viewed as the designated “First Lady” thrown a contract, a pawn in some beef, or even worse. But as Kathy Iandoli makes clear, the reality is very different. Today, hip-hop is dominated by successful women such as Cardi B and Nicki Minaj, yet there are scores of female artists whose influence continues to resonate.
God Save the Queens pays tribute to the women of hip-hop—from the early work of Roxanne Shante, to hitmakers…
Yorkville Library, Meeting Room
222 East 79th Street, New York, NY
5:30 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/09/author-talk-kathy-iandoli-god-save-queens

Cairo: City of 1000 Minarets, 3/9

Join Iman R. Abdulfattah, PhD Candidate in Islamic Art and Archaeology at Universität Bonn, for a visual journey into the riches of the art and architecture of this important metropolis. When the Fatimid dynasty conquered Egypt in 969 AD, they founded a fortified palatine city to serve as their new administrative center. This new city, named al-Qahira – meaning “The Victorious” – gave the present capital its name. Since the 10th century, Cairo has served as a major center of the Islamicate world and seat of several important dynasties, reaching its apogee under the Mamluks (1250-1516 AD), who gave it an architectural character that symbolized the image of the Islamic city for centuries. These empires also left behind a staggering number of impressive buildings meant to emphasize courtly patronage and dominate the panorama of the city, lending Cairo the nickname of the City of 1,000 Minarets. Today, more than 400 extant registered historic Islamic monuments survive tucked away amid the modern urban sprawl, many of which remain largely overshadowed by their more ancient counterparts.
The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park S, New York, NY
8 PM
website: https://www.nationalartsclub.org/default.aspx?p=.NETEventView&ID=3864838&qfilter=&type=0&ssid=0&chgs=

The Improv Jam, 3/10

Just your classic Improv Jam! Everyone who attends this show will have a chance to perform improv on the UCBT Hell's Kitchen stage! Put your name in the Bucket of Truth, then jam with students, performers, and faculty. The show isn't over until everyone has had a chance to perform, all in a fun, supportive environment! All experience levels welcome!
UCB Theatre Hells Kitchen
555 W 42nd Street, New York, NY
6 PM
https://hellskitchen.ucbtheatre.com
website: https://hellskitchen.ucbtheatre.com/performance/72920

Why the Far Right Kills, 3/10

Why is this political faction, compared to others, so violent -- and what drives them to kill again and again? Researcher Chip Berlet, who has investigated the Far Right for forty years, will explain how the movement’s internal dynamic drives its participants into homicidal outbursts. Berlet will discuss the Far Right’s themes of demonization, scapegoating, conspiracism, and apocalypticism with journalist Talia Lavin, and they will offer their perspectives on how to deal with this toxic social current.
YIVO Institute for Jewish Research 15 West 16th Street, Manhattan 7p; $free yivo.org/Why-the-Far-Right-Kills
http://www.nonsensenyc.com/
website: https://www.yivo.org/Why-the-Far-Right-Kills

Please Remit My Qubits Chapbook Launch, 3/10

Please join us for the celebration of the launch of Marie Hinson’s first chapbook, Please Remit My Qubits: a trans hex on quantum supremacy (2020, Operating System: AlteAltar). Marie will be reading with Sherese Francis, Zefyr Lisowski, and Joey De Jesus.
Marie Hinson is an artist practicing in film, writing, performance, and cinematography. Originally from the mountains of rural Appalachia, she now works and lives in New York City. She is an alum of the Philadelphia based artist collective Vox Populi. Her work has shown in group exhibitions and experimental film festivals as well as at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Anthology Film Archives, Scribe Video Center, Icebox Project Space, and Blackbox at Vox Populi. mariehinson.com Sherese Francis is a southeast Queens-based poet, text artist, workshop facilitator, and literary curator of the mobile library project, J. Expressions. She has published work in journals and anthologies including Cosmonauts Avenue, No Dear, Apex Magazine, La Pluma Y La Tinta’s New Voices Anthology, The Pierian Literary Review, Bone Bouquet, African Voices, Newtown Literary, Free Verse, and Near Kin: A Collection of Words and Arts Inspired by Octavia Butler. Additionally, she has published two chapbooks, Lucy’s Bone Scrolls and Variations on Sett/ling Seed/ling. Currently, she is a co-editor and board member of the small press, Harlequin Creature, and a core member of the Southeast Queens Artist Alliance. To find out more about her work, visit futuristicallyancient.com. Joey De Jesus is the author of HOAX (Operating System, 2020+), NOCT- The Threshold of Madness (The Atlas Review, 2019), and co-author, alongside Sade LaNay, of Writing Voice into the Archive vol. 1, organized and edited by Jennifer Tamayo with support from UC Berkeley’s Center for Race and Gender. Joey co-edits poetry at Apogee Journal, is an Advisory Board Member at No, Dear Magazine, and received the 2019-20 BRIC ArtFP Project Room Commission and 2017 NYFA/NYSCA Fellowship in Poetry. Poems have appeared in the Academy of American Poet’s Poem-A-Day, Bettering American Poetry, Barrow Street, BOAAT, The Brooklyn Rail, The Cortland Review, The Literary Review, Newtown Literary Alliance, Southern Humanities Review, and several other venues. Poems have been performed and/or installed in Artists Space, Basilica Soundscape, The New Museum, The Poetry Project and elsewhere. Zefyr Lisowski is a trans and queer writer, artist, and North Carolinian currently living in NYC. She’s a Poetry Co-editor for Apogee Journal and the author of Blood Box, winner of the Black River Editor’s Choice Award from Black Lawrence Press and forthcoming fall 2019; she’s also the author of the microchap Wolf Inventory (Ghost City Press, 2018) and is a 2019 Tin House Summer Workshop Fellow. Zefyr’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in Lit Hub, Nat. Brut., Muzzle Magazine, and DIAGRAM, among many other places; she’s also received support from Sundress Academy for the Arts, McGill University, the New York Live Ideas Fest, and the 2019 CUNY Graduate Center Adjunct Incubator Grant for the arts. A 2018 nominee for the Pushcart Prize, she also goes by Zef.
Bluestockings
172 Allen St, New York, NY
7 PM
bluestockings.com
website: https://bluestockings.com/event/please-remit-my-qubits-chapbook-launch/?instance_id=212037

A Virtuoso Evening With Prize-Winning Pianist Kate Liu, 3/10

She is the Bronze Medal Winner of the 2015 International Chopin Competition in Warsaw and First Prize Winner of the 2010 New York International Piano Competition. Ever since these major awards, Liu’s schedule has been filled with memorable performances in Europe, Asia, and the United States. In a glowing review of her recital, the Washington Post calls her a “grand talent.” This concert is presented under the auspices of the Stecher and Horowitz Foundation. Works by Schumann and Brahms will be featured. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear one of today’s leading young pianists!
The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park S, New York, NY
8 PM
The National Arts Club
website: https://www.nationalartsclub.org/default.aspx?p=.NETEventView&ID=3864839&qfilter=&type=0&ssid=0&chgs=

Self-Care at Mulberry Street Library: March on Stress 3/11

We will make DIY stress balls. You can take them home and use them to help through difficult situations. We will end the program with a guided imagery story.
Mulberry Street Library
10 Jersey Street, New York, NY
1 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/15/self-care-mulberry-street-library-march-stress

The Rheda S. Brandt Memorial Lecture: Engaging With Local Communities and Climate Change, 3/11

Returning lecturer Dr. Evangelos Kyriakidis of Kent University and Director of The Heritage Management Organization discusses his engagement projects. This global network — encompassing over five hundred members in more than seventy nations — was established in November of 2008. Its goal of instructing local key heritage managers has significantly transformed diverse cultural assets from decaying objects of study into dynamic sources of learning, community identity, and economic development. This international collaboration between knowledgeable stakeholders and professional partners offering their unique expertise becomes particularly crucial when adapting to climate change and protecting rare sites.
The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park S, New York, NY
6:30 PM
website: https://www.nationalartsclub.org/default.aspx?p=.NETEventView&ID=3864840&qfilter=&type=0&ssid=0&chgs=

Young Poets Reading, 3/11

At this year's event we will introduce three up-and-coming young poets. Beth Bachmann’s most recent volume is CEASE (2018), preceded by Temper (2009) and Do Not Rise (2015). She has won, among other awards, the Alice di Castagnola Award from the Poetry Society of America. Adam Fitzgerald’s most recent volume is George Washington (2016). It was preceded by The Late Parade (2013). He teaches at Rutgers University. Shane McCrae’s most recent volume is The Gilded Auction Block (2019), preceded by five others, including Mule (2011), Blood (2013), and In the Language of My Captor (2017), the last a finalist for the National Book Award. He teaches at Columbia University.
The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park S, New York, NY
8 PM
The National Arts Club
website: https://www.nationalartsclub.org/default.aspx?p=.NETEventView&ID=3864841&qfilter=&type=0&ssid=0&chgs=

Movies @ Kips Bay Library Presents New Releases Movie Night: Judy, 3/12

Synopsis:
Set in late 1968 and early 1969, Judy portrays Judy Garland hustling in Swinging London after successfully securing an engagement in Talk of the Town. Behind the scenes, her tumultuous life continues on, battling with her manager and her ex-husband. Directors Rupert Goold
Production year 2019, Rating PG-13, Studio Lions Gate Films, Inc., Runtime 118 minutes.
Cast
Finn Wittrock, Renée Zellweger, Rufus Sewell.
Kips Bay Library
446 Third Avenue, New York, NY
3 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/12/movies-kips-bay-library-presents-new-releases-movie-night

Arsenal Gallery Exhibition Opening: Alice Momm: The Gleaner's Song, 3/12

Join NYC Parks for the opening reception for our new exhibition Alice Momm: The Gleaner's Song in the Arsenal Gallery. The Gleaner’s Song is a collection of mixed-media works, words, and photographs by artist Alice Momm, inspired by her daily, immersive walks in Central Park. The materials and impressions gathered on these rambles become the seeds of artworks that pay tribute to the ragged beauty of found objects in nature and honor the quiet dramas unfolding in unexpected places. While often humorous, the artworks reflect a deep concern for our environment and an appreciation of the interconnectedness of all living beings. This solo exhibition is Momm's love song to Central Park and an invitation to find wonder and joy in New York City’s parks. This event is FREE and open to the public. The exhibition is on display in the Arsenal Gallery on weekdays from March 13, 2020 through June 4, 2020. Please note that the Arsenal Gallery will be closed on Monday, May 25, 2020. Images: Alice Momm, Untitled from Gleaner's Song, 2017, bark, gouache, wire, paper; Central Park, Reaching Tree, 2019, digital photograph
NYC Parks
Arsenal (In Central Park), Manhattan
6 PM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/12/arsenal-gallery-exhibition-opening-alice-momm-the-gleaners-song

YOU MUST BELIEVE IN SPRING: Melissa Errico Presents Michel Legrand, 3/12

Tony-nominated actress and New York Times columnist Melissa Errico brings to Lincoln Center a special concert and panel discussion, lit by her unique gift for both singing songs and speaking sense, devoted to one of her mentors, the late, great French composer Michel Legrand. Since originating the lead in his sole Broadway musical, “Amour”, Errico has had a special affinity and understanding for his music and its meanings. On this evening, she’ll sing a few Legrand classics, among them “The Summ…
New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center, Bruno Walter Auditorium
40 Lincoln Center Plaza (65th St and Columbus Ave), New York, NY
6 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/12/you-must-believe-spring-melissa-errico-presents-michel-legrand

Places That Unite: Creative Tools for Telling a Fuller Story, 3/12

Join the Historic House Trust and the Black Gotham Experience for a conversation on how to tell more inclusive narratives at historic sites. Through discussion and demonstration, panelists will share how long-silenced stories are now being told in meaningful ways. From live performance and culinary experiences to physically inhabiting spaces of trauma, find inspiration in those using interpretation, dialogue, and engagement to create more honest and inclusive historical narratives.
Panelists will include Food Studies PhD Scott Barton, Founder of the Slave Dwelling Project Joe McGill, Senior Director at the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience Sarah Pharaon, Historic Preservation Program Analyst with NYS Parks Cordell Reaves, and artist and singer Kimberly Wilson.
Black Gotham Experience 192 Front Street, Manhattan 6-8p; $free historichousetrust.org
http://www.nonsensenyc.com/
website: https://www.historichousetrust.org

Two Elizas in Old New York (1875): Eliza Greatorex Picturing Eliza Jumel’s Mansion With Professor Katherine Manthorne, 3/12

Join as Professor Katherine Manthorne explores the interconnected lives of two influential women from 19th Century New York, Eliza Jumel and Eliza Pratt Greatorex. Eliza Jumel, a self-made woman who used her intellect to become one of the richest women in New York, was Morris-Jumel Mansion’s longest living resident. Four years after Jumel’s death, Eliza Pratt Greatorex was one of America’s most famous women artists and only female member of the National Academy of Design. Professor Manthorne’s illustrated presentation focuses on Pratt Greatorex’s folio volume Old New York: From the Battery to Bloomingdale (1875) in which the artist depicted the city’s threatened architectural landmarks during the post-Civil War building boom, including Morris-Jumel Mansion and its grounds. Enjoy this special preview of Manthorne’s forthcoming book, Restless Enterprise: The Art and Life of Eliza Pratt Greatorex, which will be published in January 2021. Katherine Manthorne is a Professor of Art History at the Graduate Center, City University of New York, and a specialist in American art and culture with attention to the contribution of women. Soon to be published by the University of California Press in Jan. 2021, her book, Restless Enterprise: The Art and Life of Eliza Pratt Greatorex, brings back to life this feisty, remarkable figure and her extensive network of art women to shed light on the still-misunderstood visual culture of the post-Civil War years. Purchase tickets online.
NYC Parks
Morris-Jumel Mansion (In Roger Morris Park), Manhattan
7 PM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/12/two-elizas-in-old-new-york-1875-eliza-greatorex-picturing-eliza-jumels-mansion-with-professor-katherine-manthorne

Art and Energy, 3/12

Art and science achieve the seemingly impossible, picturing the energy of the universe by making the invisible visible. Join Dr. Charles A. Riley Ph.D., director of the Nassau Museum of Art, and visual artist Scott McIntire, for a dialogue revealing the ways art permits us to understand the beauty of energy in ways that are beyond our ordinary perception. The star of a recent exhibition curated by Dr. Riley, McIntire manages to weave, subtly, issues of sustainability with a powerful aesthetic message in his highly original “Energy Field” series of paintings.
The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park S, New York, NY
7:30 PM
The National Arts Club
website: https://www.nationalartsclub.org/default.aspx?p=.NETEventView&ID=3864842&qfilter=&type=0&ssid=0&chgs=

Contemporary Art in Academic Environments, 3/13

Join us for a panel discussion and visual presentation focusing on the strategies and problems of the education process in the field of digital art, effective instruments of practical and theoretical learning, and multidisciplinary project-based approach. This program is organized in conjunction with the ID. ART:TECH EXHIBITION on display in the Gregg and Marquis Galleries which explores ID as a phenomenon with a wide range of meanings – from the term in psychoanalysis (id) to the document that certifies one’s identity (ID) - from the forms of sociopolitical function of portraits to the images of mass culture and social networks.
The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park S, New York, NY
7 PM
The National Arts Club
website: https://www.nationalartsclub.org/default.aspx?p=.NETEventView&ID=3864844&qfilter=&type=0&ssid=0&chgs=

Lower East Side Street Tree Care, 3/14

Come work with NYC Parks Stewardship to care for local street trees! Volunteers will learn how to aerate, cultivate, mulch, and identify street trees. They will also learn about the important roles street trees play in New York City. Volunteers should dress in clothes that can get dirty and closed-toed shoes. They are also encouraged to bring their own water bottles. Please note: Space is limited and registration is required. Volunteers under 18 must be accompanied by a chaperone.
NYC Parks
Henry M. Jackson Playground, Manhattan
9 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/lower-east-side-street-tree-care

Everyday Ecologies, 3/14

Everyday Ecologies is a full-day conference held on Saturday, March 14 at the Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture. Experts across the fields of design, urban ecology, and social science will be speaking to how we support and exist within ecosystems, and how we can investigate new approaches in the world of urban ecological systems. To instigate new approaches, we have invited designers, planners, historians, and social scientists to talk about everyday ecosystems: the boundless communities we are part of—a cocktail of cultures crossing economic and class strata with overlapping gender, racial, and spiritual identities—that complement but also compete with each other and conflict internally for rights and means to perpetuate their cultural identities, social relations, and environmental resource needs and desires. Speakers will present the idea or theory that one of their projects is contested through design, planning, or projective research and analysis. Together, we aim to develop principles that will establish a foothold from which to launch new approaches and ideas for changing the complex world future generations will inherit. Featuring: Thaisa Way, Tim Maly, Kate Orff, Heather McMillen, Elizabeth Hénaff, Lindsay Campbell, Kristina Hill, Justin Garrett Moore, Andrew Bauer, Liz Barry, Andrea Parker, Sean Weiss, Julia Czerniak, Maria Villalobos, Sierra Bainbridge, Joy Bailey Bryant, Erika Svendsen, Denise Hoffman Brandt FREE with RSVP.
NYC Parks
Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture, Manhattan
9:30 AM - 5 PM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/everyday-ecologies

Dances of the World Day, 3/14

Join us for a culturally explorative day full of various dances from around the world including Latin American, African, Caribbean, and Harlem’s very own hip hop. Wear comfortable clothes and bring a friend for twice the fun! For accessibility information, contact LaSharn Cooper at [email omitted, go to the website to find it] or call (212) 860-1373. RSVP on Eventbrite.
NYC Parks
Pelham Fritz Recreation Center (In Marcus Garvey Park), Manhattan
10 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/dances-of-the-world-day

Book Swap! 3/14

By popular demand, Ottendorfer now hosts a Book Swap every Saturday! Please bring your books, DVDs, CDs and miscellaneous trinkets to trade with others.
Ottendorfer Library
135 Second Avenue, New York, NY
10 AM onward
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/07/book-swap

Wrong Story Mistold: Artist Reception for Barbara Jaye Wilson, 3/14

Please join us for the reception for the current exhibition at Ottendorfer, Wrong Story Mistold: Paintings by Barbara Jaye Wilson. Meet the artist and enjoy the exhibit.
Ottendorfer Library
135 Second Avenue, New York, NY
2 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/14/wrong-story-mistold-artist-reception-barbara-jaye-wilson

Queens

Zinemaking Workshop, 3/12

If you’re short on resources but long on ideas, zines are magic little books that let you publish what you care about and connect with others who care, too. They can be about anything and no two are quite the same.
With help from Aurora Diaz of art collective The Bettyz, we’ll learn how to establish and run a zine project, then collaborate on a one-off zine. Don’t worry — we’ll bring the paper, scissors and Polaroid. Happy hour is from 5-8p.
Nowadays 56-06 Cooper Avenue, Ridgewood 8p; $free nowadays.nyc/2020/03/12/zinemaking-workshop/
http://www.nonsensenyc.com/

Highland Park Forest Restoration, 3/13

Volunteers will learn how to identify and safely remove invasive plants in order to help create a healthier ecosystem. Come dressed in sturdy boots or shoes, long pants, and clothing that can get dirty. Volunteers are also encouraged to bring their own water bottles. Please note: Space is limited and registration is required. Volunteers under 18 must be accompanied by a chaperone.
NYC Parks
Lower Highland Playground (In Highland Park), Queens
9 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/13/highland-park-forest-restoration

Compost Giveback, 3/14

The NYC Compost Project Hosted by Queens Botanical Garden is giving away FREE compost! Although staff will be present to assist, please come prepared to fill and carry out your own bags. We will provide shovels and empty 7.5 gallon sandbags. The compost is made from residential food scraps collected locally and processed at QBG. Limit of 5 bags per registrant. This event takes place in QBG’s Parking Garden at 42-80 Crommelin Street, Flushing, NY. If you are interested in larger volumes of compost, please contact us at [email omitted, go to the website to find it] or (718) 539-5296. Please note: Registration required. Please note you will not be given compost if you have not registered for this event. There are two sessions that you can register for: 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Only one session registration is allowed per household; multiple-session registration will result in cancellation of one session.
NYC Parks
Queens Botanical Garden Parking Garden, Queens
7:30 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/compost-giveback

Rockaway Beach Cleanup, 3/14

Volunteer with the Stewardship Team at Rockaway Beach! Volunteers will be removing debris from the Rockaway Beach. Volunteers should dress in clothes that can get dirty, close-toed shoes, and warm layers. They are also encouraged to bring their own water bottles. Volunteers under 18 must be accompanied by a chaperone. Please note: Space is limited and registration is required.
NYC Parks
Dead End of Beach 56th Place (In Rockaway Beach), Queens
9:30 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/rockaway-beach-cleanup

Staten Island

Living With Deer, 3/8

Join the Urban Park Rangers to learn about deer. We will find signs of deer in the park (buck rubs, deer scat, deer prints, chewed twigs) on a hike outdoors, and share five tips to follow to promote a healthy coexistence with these animals.
NYC Parks
Greenbelt Nature Center (In Blood Root Valley), Staten Island
1 PM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/08/living-with-deer

Adult Canvas Painting, 3/9

Indulge in the art of painting with our popular canvas painting program that has everything but the wine! The projects created during this program will be guided, allowing participants of all skill levels to learn new techniques. Everyone paints the same design, but no artistry is alike!
South Beach Library
21-25 Robin Road, Staten Island, NY
4:30 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/09/adult-canvas-painting

Choose the Right Bin for You Workshop (NYC Compost Project), 3/14

There are many ways to compost, and many types of compost bins: big bins, small bins, short bins, tall bins! Does it need to have a lid? Can I keep it by my house? Can I make my own? You have questions. We have answers. This event is rain or shine. Free admission Registration requested here The NYC Compost Project, created by the NYC Department of Sanitation (DSNY) in 1993, works to rebuild NYC’s soils by providing New Yorkers with the knowledge, skills, and opportunities they need to make and use compost locally. Learn more: www.nyc.gov/compostproject
NYC Parks
Compost Demonstration Site (In Snug Harbor Cultural Center), Staten Island
11 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/choose-the-right-bin-for-you-workshop-nyc-compost-project

Winter Book Discussions @ Everything Goes Cafe: Do No Harm: Stories of Life, Death, and Brain Surgery by Henry Marsh, 3/14

What is it like to be a brain surgeon? How does it feel to hold someone’s life in your hands, to cut into the stuff that creates thought, feeling and reason? How do you live with the consequences of performing a potentially lifesaving operation when it all goes wrong?
With astonishing compassion and candor, leading neurosurgeon Henry Marsh reveals the fierce joy of operating, the profoundly moving triumphs, the harrowing disasters, the haunting regrets and the moments of black humor that charac…
St. George Library Center
5 Central Avenue, Staten Island, NY
2 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/14/winter-book-discussions-everything-goes-cafe-do-no-harm-stories-life

Brooklyn

Exceedingly Good Song Night, 3/8

New York City's premier traditional/folk/roots singing session. Hosted by Ken Schatz. Sing and hear folk songs, blues, gospel, old-time, Appalachian, sea songs and chanteys, worksongs, ballads, railroad songs, prison songs, lullabies, forebitters, broadsides, hymns, vaudeville, camp songs, farming, mining and factory songs, country, bluegrass, spirituals, cowboy songs, English, Irish and Scottish Songs, labor and union songs, drinking songs, children’s songs, field hollers, music hall, love songs, and parodies.
Singers and listeners are welcome. Each Song Night, we have a loose theme to encourage people to learn new songs and remember ones they haven't sung in a while. If you'd like to lead a song, look for a traditional song or two that somehow fits our theme: Back and Forth.
315 Columbia Street, between Hamilton and Woodhull, Brooklyn 6-11p; $free jalopytheatre.org
Jalopy Theatre
http://www.nonsensenyc.com/

Big Irvs, 3/8

Big Irv's is back in action with a whole new showcase of the best storytelling this side of the river. Big talent in a tiny bodega. Can't miss.
Featuring Sam Dingman, Harmon Leon, Tracy Rowland, Jamie Beth Cohen, Edith Gonzales, and Calvin Cato. Plus two extra saucy open mic slots. With host Adam Selbst. This show is fun, free and BYOB so come on down.
Big Irvs 381 Hooper street, Brooklyn 7p doors, 7:30p show; $free
http://www.nonsensenyc.com/

The Science of Vaccines, 3/11

In the last 70 years or so, vaccines have saved millions of lives. They are among the most effective, safest, and cheap medicines ever discovered by humankind. Still, questions about vaccines resonate across our communities and in the media. Do vaccines cause autism? Are they harmful? What about their ingredients? Is vaccination a personal choice? In this talk, Francesco presents the basic facts about vaccines, and he will discuss these and many other questions. Communities need vaccines, and vaccines need communities. Come for a talk and stay for discussion with other curious visitors.
Biotech Without Borders 33 Flatbush Avenue, fourth floor, Brooklyn 7-9p; $free eventbrite.com/e/the-science-of-vaccines-tickets-95310017829
http://www.nonsensenyc.com/
website: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-science-of-vaccines-tickets-95310017829

Coney Island Beach Grass Planting, 3/14

Join NYC Parks Stewardship as we plant beach grass in Coney Island! Learn about the importance of this coastal area and what you can do to help. Volunteers should dress in clothes that can get dirty, close-toed shoes, and warm layers. They are also encouraged to bring their own water bottles. Volunteers under 18 must be accompanied by a chaperone. Please note: Space is limited and online registration is required.
NYC Parks
Riegelmann Boardwalk and 37th Street (In Coney Island Beach & Boardwalk), Brooklyn
10 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/coney-island-beach-grass-planting

Climate Change: Adapting in New York City, 3/14

Over the years, animals and plants have adapted to live in a city that's constantly changing. Join the Rangers for a hike through Prospect Park as we explore and learn more about its inhabitants.
NYC Parks
Prospect Park Picnic House (In Prospect Park), Brooklyn
1 PM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/climate-change-adapting-in-new-york-city
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