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Free Events - May 2013

Free Events - May 2013

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Sen. Krueger's Free Events List, Senate District 28, Manhattan.
Sen. Krueger's Free Events List, Senate District 28, Manhattan.

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Upcoming Free Events in Senate District 28:
 
May 2013
 
Courtesy of State Senator Liz Krueger 
 
 
Also available on the web at
 
If you would like to receive this list via email instead of regular mail, let us know.Send your name, address, and email address to 
,with the subject
 
“Free Events List”
 
Please note: This schedule is subject to change
 –
it is recommended that you callahead
 
to confirm these events.
 
Wednesday 5/1/13
 
10:00 AM
Central Park, 110th St. btwn 5th and Lenox Ave.
 
 Activity:
Catch and Release Fishing
(event recurs every Tues-Sun through October)
 
10:00 AM
Central Park, 110th St. btwn 5th and Lenox Ave.
 
 Activity:
The Wild Garden: Discovering Central Park Woodlands Exhibit
(event recursevery Wed-Sun through end of May)
10:30 AM
Marble Church, 2 West 29
th
Street
 
Exercise:
Exercise Session
11:00 AM
Fifth Ave Presbyterian Church, 7 West 55
th
Street
 
Exercise:
Strength and Weight Exercise
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
CUNY, Baruch College
 
 Activity:
Exhibition: Germany after 1945
(event recurs daily through 5/13/13)
 
12:30 PM
Central Park, mid-park at 79th St.
 
Walking Tour:
Castle and its Kingdom Tour 
 
1:00 PM
NYPL, Mid-Manhattan Library
 
 Activity:
Mixed-Bag: Story Time for Grown-Ups: Guy de Maupassant
 
2:00 PM
CUNY, Graduate Center 
 
Books & Poetry:
 After Lorca: A Day of Poetry and Performance
 
6:00 PM
Bryant Park, The Tables at 42nd St. Allee
 
Exercise:
May Ping Pong Tournament
 
 
6:00 PM
NYPL, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building
 
Lecture:
Children‟s Literary Salon: Talks on Contemporary Children‟s Illustration
 
 
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6:00 PM
NYPL, Mid-Manhattan Library
 
Movie:
screening of Federico Fellini: La Dolce Vita
 
6:00 PM
CUNY, Hunter College
Books & Poetry:
Meet the Author: Documentary, Memories on the Wall: Education andEnrichment Through Community Murals
 
6:30 PM
NYPL, Mid-Manhattan Library
 
Lecture:
"War on the Waters: The Union and Confederate Navies, 1861-1865," with JamesM. McPherson
 
7:00 PM
Barnes & Noble, 86th St.
 
Books & Poetry:
The Dervish by Frances Kazan
 
7:00 PM
Barnes & Noble, Union Square
 
Books & Poetry:
In the Body of the World by Eve Ensler 
 
Thursday 5/2/13
 
7:30 AM
Bryant Park, Fountain Terrace
 
Exercise:
Bryant Park Tai Chi
10:30 AM
Church of the Intercession, 550 West 150
th
Street
 
Exercise:
 Arthritis Exercise
11:15 PM
CUNY, Baruch College
 
Lecture:
Eduardo Halfon on Writing, Bilingualism, and Translation
 
12:30 PM
Central Park, mid-park at 65th St.
 
Walking Tour:
Views from the Past Tour 
 
1:00 PM
CUNY, Graduate Center 
 
Music:
Music in Midtown
 
1:00 PM
CUNY, Baruch College
 
Lecture:
“Can You Commit Suicide with Tofu?:Translating American Fiction into Japanese”
with Motoyuki Shibata
 
2:00 PM
Church of the Transfiguration, 1 E. 29th St.
 
Workshop:
“Volunteering is Ageless” with Heal
th Advocates for Older People and theVolunteer Referral Center 
2:00 PM
Our Lady of Peace, 237 East 67
th
Street
 
Exercise:
Chair Yoga
 
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3:30 PM
NYPL, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building
 
Workshop:
eNYPL: eBooks, Digital Images, and More
 
4:00 PM
CUNY, Baruch College
 
Lecture:
Resonances: Contemporary Writers on the Classics
 
5:00 PM
NYPL, Mid-Manhattan Library
 
Workshop:
eBook Help Hour 
 
5:00 PM
Bryant Park, 42nd St. and 6th Ave.
 
 Activity:
Birding Tours of Bryant Park
 
6:00 PM
NYPL, Library for the Performing Arts
 
Movie:
screening of Fool‟s Gold: California Roadtrip in an Election Year (2012) followed by
discussion with filmmaker Lili White
 
6:30 PM
CUNY, Graduate Center 
 
Lecture:
 Art History Education Goes Digital: The Problem (& Promise) of the Digital Image
 
6:30 PM
NYPL, Mid-Manhattan Library
 
Lecture:
"The Lenox Library: A Treasure House for Gilded-Age New York," with SallyWebster 
 
7:00 PM
Barnes & Noble, 86th St.
 
Books & Poetry:
Read My Lips by Sally Kellerman
 
7:00 PM
Barnes & Noble, Union Square
 
Books & Poetry:
Someday, Someday, Maybe by Lauren Graham
 
Friday 5/3/13
 
8:45 AM - 6:00 PM
CUNY, Graduate Center 
 
Lecture:
Inventing Victorian Race
 
10:00 AM
NYPL, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building
 
Lecture:
Jewish Geography in America: Who Went Where When and Why
(registrationrequired - emailannmariestarita@nypl.org) 
 
12:00 PM
Church of the Holy Trinity, 341 East 87
th
Street
 
 Activity:
Bridge
12:00 PM
CUNY, Graduate Center 
 
Books & Poetry:
The 2013 Chapbook Festival
 

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