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January 2017

31
January
6:30 pm — 8:00 pm
@ Highbridge Recreation Center
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Report Back Meeting on Use of Highbridge Park Anchor Park Funding

The next Community Report Back Meeting for the Highbridge Anchor Park Project will be on Tuesday January 31, at 6:30 p.m. at the Highbridge Recreation Center. At the meeting participants can review the public input that has been received about improving the park and comment on preliminary master plan recommendations for the park. What has happened so far? The 130-acre Highbridge Park was selected as one of five parks in the city to receive $30 million in improvements through Mayor de Blasio’s…

February 2017

08
February
12:00 pm — 3:00 pm
@ Dyckman Farmhouse
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Community Activism Knitting Circle

Knitting is a contemplative practice which sets focus, soothes the mind, and builds community when done in a group setting. The goal of the circle is to gather together in a group and set an intention of recognizing our less fortunate neighbors. We will be knitting hats and scarves and hand delivering them for the homeless in our neighborhood. We look forward to discussing the health benefits of meditative practices such as knitting as well as the history of handwork…

10
February
All Day
@ Dyckman Farmhouse
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Emmanuel Abreu Visuals Exhibit

Photos of Washington Heights and Inwood by local photographer Emmanuel Abreu will highlight the untold stories of local residents, quiet streets, and the soul of Uptown.

18
February
2:00 pm — 3:00 pm
@ Payson Park House
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Heather Garden Pollinators Presentation with Leslie Day

When you visit the Heather Garden in Fort Tryon Park during spring, summer, and fall, you will see not only the hundreds of species of flowering plants, but also beautiful hummingbirds, butterflies, moths, bees, beetles, wasps, and flies that pollinate these flowers. Join naturalist and author Leslie Day, to learn about the ecological relationship between pollinating animals and the flowers they depend upon for the nectar and pollen that is their food. Without pollinating animals, most of these flowering plants…

19
February
3:00 pm — 5:00 pm
@ Inwood Library
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Books On Tab with Inwood Library

Join us the 3rd Sunday of each month! Meeting location is at the Inwood Library (3PM sharp) where we walk over to Inwood Bar & Grill (Food and drinks are not supplied by the library). This month’s book: The Girl Who Fell From the Sky, by Heidi Durrow

27
February
6:00 pm — 7:30 pm
@ Highbridge Recreation Center
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A Billion Year Odyssey: Geology of Northern Manhattan

Join Sid Horenstein, geologist and Educator Emeritus at the American Museum of Natural History, for a presentation and take a deeper look into northern Manhattan Park’s exposed bedrock. View the cliff edges and road cuts that provide geologic information that informs a history that includes continental collisions, breakup of continents, violent earthquakes, extensive volcanism, the creation of Rocky Mountain high elevations, profound erosion, subsidence below the sea, and massive glaciers, all leading up to our present-day subdued milieu. Please note:…

March 2017

11
March
1:00 pm — 4:00 pm
@ United Palace
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Ballet Hispánico en Familia

Bring the whole family to a 90-minute, fun-filled journey through Latin American dance and culture featuring Artistic Director Eduardo Vilaro as host, excerpts from Ballet Hispánico’s diverse repertory and a Q&A with the dancers. March 11, 2017 Doors 1pm, Show 2pm, Q&A 3pm $15 – $25; FREE for children 12 and under United Palace, 4140 Broadway, NYC Tickets: http://unitedpalace.org/events/877-united-palace-of-cultural-arts-presents-ballet-hispanico-en-familia

15
March
4:00 pm — 5:00 pm
@ Inwood Library
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Balloon Sculpting

Balloon artist to mingle and make quick and impressive balloon art for kids. Best for ages 4 to 12 years old. Presented by Annette Lipson.

April 2017

22
April
12:00 pm — 1:00 pm
@ Inwood Library
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Found Object Puppet Making

Join us in this hands-on workshop where you will learn how just about anything can be animated and brought to life as a puppet. Our puppeteer will show you how objects you might readily discard, bottles, cans, paper tubes, etc., will come together to create magical creatures. Every participant will create his/her own original puppet in this family friend workshop. Best for ages 5 and older. Presented by Urban Stages. Limited to 20 participants only.

26
April
9:00 am — 4:30 pm
@ New York Hilton Midtown
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The Cooperator’s Co-op, Condo, & Apt. Expo

  Trusted by thousands, the Co-op, Condo & Apt. Expo is the leading real estate trade show in New York. Join board members, shareholders, property managers and apartment building owners and meet building service companies, attend educational seminars and get your questions answered. Join board members, shareholders and managing agents of 3,000 buildings. Communicate with building service professionals. Attend educational seminars. Discover what’s new in the residential housing community. Learn about services benefiting your board and shareholders.   Location: New…

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