Senator Krueger's Free Events List for October 2011

 

Upcoming Free Events in Senate District 26:

October 2011

Please note: This schedule is subject to change – it is recommended that you call ahead to confirm these events.

 

Saturday 10/1/11

9:00 AM Central Park, North Meadow Recreation Center (mid-Park at 97th St.) 212-348-4867

Fitness: Health and Race Walking

10:00 AM- 5:00 PM Carl Schurz Park, East End Ave & 86th Street, 212-459-4455

Arts: 39th Annual Gracie Square Art Show

11:00 AM Central Park, Vanderbilt Gate (105th Street and Fifth Avenue, 212-860-1370

Tour: Conservatory Garden Tour

11:00 AM Health Advocates for Older Adults, 404 East 87th St, 212-980-1700

Exercise: Chair Yoga

2:30 PM NYPL for the Performing Arts 40 Lincoln Center Plaza: Dorothy and Lewis

B. Cullman Center, Bruno Walter Auditorium ( 212) 642-0142

Music: Pianist Amber Liao

 

Sunday 10/2/11

10:00 AM- 5:00 PM Carl Schurz Park, East End Ave & 86th Street, 212-459-4455

Arts: 39th Annual Gracie Square Art Show

2:30 PM NYPL for the Performing Arts 40 Lincoln Center Plaza: Dorothy and Lewis

B. Cullman Center, Bruno Walter Auditorium ( 212) 642-0142

Music: Kathryn Crosby Remembers Bing

 

Monday 10/3/11

12:30 PM Bryant Park, Upper Terrace, 6th Avenue & 42nd Street, 212-768-4242

Music: Piano in the Park: Sue Maskarelis

 

Tuesday 10/4/11

12:00 PM NYPL for the Performing Arts 40 Lincoln Center Plaza: Dorothy and Lewis

B. Cullman Center, Bruno Walter Auditorium ( 212) 642-0142

Music: Dixieland Jazz

12:30 PM Bryant Park, Upper Terrace, 6th Avenue & 42nd Street, 212-768-4242

Music: Piano in the Park: Sue Maskarelis

2:00 PM New York Public Library, Schwartzman Bldg, 5th Ave & 42nd St., (917) 275-6975

Class: Blogging 101

3:00 PM Health Advocates for Older Adults, 316 East 88th Street 212-980-1700

Exercise: Tai Chi

6:00 PM CUNY Graduate Center, 365 5th Avenue, 9206/7, 212-817-2100

Forum: Ralph Bunche Forum: "Palestinian Statehood? Implications of a UN Resolution"

6:00 PM Science, Industry and Business Library, 188 Madison Ave @ 34th St, (917) 275-6975

Lecture: What Makes a Good Financial Plan

6:30 PM Mid-Manhattan Library, 455 Fifth Ave., 1-212-340-0833

Books & Poetry: Diana Henriques “The Wizard of Lies: Bernie Madoff and the Death of Trust”

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble Union Square 33 East 17th St. 212-253-0810

Books & Poetry: Anne Burrell “Cook Like a Rock Star”

 

Wednesday 10/5/11

12:30 PM Bryant Park, Upper Terrace, 6th Avenue & 42nd Street, 212-768-4242

Music: Piano in the Park: Sue Maskarelis

3:15 PM New York Public Library, Schwartzman Bldg, 5th Ave & 42nd St., (917) 275-6975

Class: Basic Internet

6:00 PM New York Public Library, Schwartzman Bldg, 5th Ave & 42nd St., (917) 275-6975

Discussion: An Art Book - Performa

6:00 PM Science, Industry and Business Library, 188 Madison Ave @ 34th St, (917) 275-6975

Lecture: Getting the Most Out of Your Money

6:30 PM Mid-Manhattan Library, 455 Fifth Ave., 1-212-340-0833

Books & Poetry: Katharine Greider “The Archaeology of Home: An Epic Set on a Thousand Square Feet of the Lower East Side”

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble Union Square 33 East 17th St. 212-253-0810

Books & Poetry: William Kennedy “Chango’s Beads and Two-Toned Shoes”

 

Thursday 10/6/11

11:30 AM Science, Industry and Business Library, 188 Madison Ave @ 34th St, (917) 275-6975

Special Event: Financial Planning Day @ SIBL

12:00 PM Science, Industry and Business Library, 188 Madison Ave @ 34th St, (917) 275-6975

Lecture: 10 Steps to Save and Invest Wisely

12:00 PM Science, Industry and Business Library, 188 Madison Ave @ 34th St, (917) 275-6975

Lecture: Mortgages

12:00 PM Science, Industry and Business Library, 188 Madison Ave @ 34th St, (917) 275-6975

Lecture: Understanding Your Social Security Benefits

12:30 PM Bryant Park, Upper Terrace, 6th Avenue & 42nd Street, 212-768-4242

Music: Piano in the Park: Sue Maskarelis

12:30 PM Barnes & Noble 555 Fifth Ave, 212-697-3048

Books & Poetry: William Shatner “Shatner Rules: Your Key to Understanding the Shatnerverse and the World at Large”

1:15 PM New York Public Library, Schwartzman Bldg, 5th Ave & 42nd St., (917) 275-6975

Lecture: Sufficient Respite is Never Afforded: Jacques Ellul vs. Jacques Lacan, Techno-Utopians, and Bad Prose, Megan Hustad

2:00 PM Science, Industry and Business Library, 188 Madison Ave @ 34th St, (917) 275-6975

Lecture: Planning for the Future: Wills and Advance Directives

2:00 PM Science, Industry and Business Library, 188 Madison Ave @ 34th St, (917) 275-6975

Lecture: Keys To A Dream Retirement

4:00 PM Science, Industry and Business Library, 188 Madison Ave @ 34th St, (917) 275-6975

Lecture: Mutual Funds vs ETFs: What’s the Difference?

4:00 PM Science, Industry and Business Library, 188 Madison Ave @ 34th St, (917) 275-6975

Lecture: Medicare Basics

6:00 PM Science, Industry and Business Library, 188 Madison Ave @ 34th St, (917) 275-6975

Lecture: Outsmarting Investment Fraud

6:00 PM Science, Industry and Business Library, 188 Madison Ave @ 34th St, (917) 275-6975

Lecture: Brokers, Financial Planners, & Investment Advisors – How to Select One?

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble Union Square 33 East 17th St. 212-253-0810

Books & Poetry: Chuck Klosterman “The Visible Man”

7:30 PM Hunter College, 695 Park Ave, West Building, Faculty Dining Room, RSVP to spevents@hunter.cuny.edu or 212-772-4007. RSVPs are required.

Books & Poetry: Fall 2011 Distinguished Writers Series - Zadie Smith

 

Friday 10/7/11

11:00 AM Health Advocates for Older Adults, 341 East 87th Street, 212 980-1700

Avitivity: Bridge

2:15 PM New York Public Library, Schwartzman Bldg, 5th Ave & 42nd St., (917) 275-6975

Lecture: Subversive Shaw: An Introduction to the Life and Work of George Bernard Shaw

 

Saturday 10/8/11

9:00 AM Central Park, North Meadow Recreation Center (mid-Park at 97th St.) 212-348-4867

Fitness: Health and Race Walking

11:00 AM Central Park, Vanderbilt Gate (105th Street and Fifth Avenue) 212-860-1370

Tour: Conservatory Garden Tour

11:00 AM Health Advocates for Older Adults, 404 East 87th St, 212-980-1700

Exercise: Chair Yoga

2:30 PM NYPL for the Performing Arts 40 Lincoln Center Plaza: Dorothy and Lewis

B. Cullman Center, Bruno Walter Auditorium ( 212) 642-0142

Movies: Silent Clown Film Series

 

Sunday 10/9/11

2:30 PM NYPL for the Performing Arts 40 Lincoln Center Plaza: Dorothy and Lewis

B. Cullman Center, Bruno Walter Auditorium ( 212) 642-0142

Music: Con Brio Ensemble Plays Bruch, Brams, and Turino

 

Monday 10/10/11

12:30 PM Bryant Park, Upper Terrace, 6th Avenue & 42nd Street, 212-768-4242

Music: Piano in the Park: Terry Waldo

 

Tuesday 10/11/11

12:00 PM NYPL for the Performing Arts 40 Lincoln Center Plaza: Dorothy and Lewis

B. Cullman Center, Bruno Walter Auditorium ( 212) 642-0142

Music: Dixieland Jazz

12:30 PM Bryant Park, Upper Terrace, 6th Avenue & 42nd Street, 212-768-4242

Music: Piano in the Park: Terry Waldo

2:00 PM New York Public Library, Schwartzman Bldg, 5th Ave & 42nd St., (917) 275-6975

Class: Researching with E-Resources: Catalogs

3:00 PM Health Advocates for Older Adults, 316 East 88th Street 212-980-1700

Exercise: Tai Chi

4:30 PM New York Public Library, Schwartzman Bldg, 5th Ave & 42nd St., (917) 275-6975

Class: eNYPL: Access eBooks, Movies, and Music from Home

6:30 PM Mid-Manhattan Library, 455 Fifth Ave., 1-212-340-0833

Books & Poetry: Randall Mason “The Once and Future NY: Historic Preservation and the Modern City”

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble Union Square 33 East 17th St. 212-253-0810

Books & Poetry: Jeffrey Eugenides “Marriage Plot”

Wednesday 10/12/11

 

12:30 PM Bryant Park, Upper Terrace, 6th Avenue & 42nd Street, 212-768-4242

Music: Piano in the Park: Terry Waldo

 

3:00 PM New York Public Library, Schwartzman Bldg, 5th Ave & 42nd St., (917) 275-6975

Workshop: New Perspectives on Postcolonial History: A Workshop on Using Foreign Relations of the United States (FRUS) in the 21st Century

 

3:00 PM New York Public Library, Schwartzman Bldg, 5th Ave & 42nd St., (917) 275-6975

Discussion: “Out of the Frying Pan Into the Fire”: A Conversation about Security and Transparency in the Cold War Era Foreign Relations Series

 

6:15 PM CUNY Graduate Center, 365 5th Avenue, 9206/7, 212-877-1945

Lecture: Sultana Banulescu: The Holocaust and the Diaspora of Italian Psychoanalysis

 

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble Union Square 33 East 17th St. 212-253-0810

Books & Poetry: Robert Kirkman “The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor”

 

Thursday 10/13/11

 

12:30 PM Bryant Park, Upper Terrace, 6th Avenue & 42nd Street, 212-768-4242

Music: Piano in the Park: Terry Waldo

 

12:30 PM Barnes & Noble 555 Fifth Ave, 212-697-3048

Books & Poetry: Harry Belafonte “My Song: A Memoir”

 

2:00 PM New York Public Library, Schwartzman Bldg, 5th Ave & 42nd St., to register, email mjones@nypl.org or telephone (212) 621-0249

Books and Poetry: Discuss Great Books in a Great Setting: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

 

5:30 PM Baruch College, 55 Lexington Ave. Engelman Hall, 646-660-6132

RSVP Online: www.tinyurl.com/journalism101311

Discussion: The Media and Its Messages: Covering the 2012 Presidential Race

 

6:30 PM CUNY Graduate Center, 365 5th Avenue, 9206, 212-813-7571

Lecture: "Armenians in the Medieval Islamic World", Seta Dadoyan

 

6:30 PM Mid-Manhattan Library, 455 Fifth Ave., 1-212-340-0833

Books & Poetry: Anand Giridharadas “India Calling: Portrait of a Nation’s Remaking”

 

6:30 PM Central Park The Charles A. Dana Discovery Center, inside the Park at 110th Street between Fifth and Lenox Avenues 212-860-1370

Arts: Social Hour: Photography Painting Workshop

 

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble Union Square 33 East 17th St. 212-253-0810

Books & Poetry: Anne Beattie “The New Yorker Stories”

 

Friday 10/14/11

 

8:00 AM - 6:00 PM CUNY Graduate Center, 365 5th Avenue, 212-817-8770

Conference: Debates on Belonging: A Graduate Student Conference on Contemporary Issues in Immigration

 

11:00 AM Health Advocates for Older Adults, 341 East 87th Street, 212 980-1700

Activity: Bridge

 

12:30 PM Bryant Park, Upper Terrace, 6th Avenue & 42nd Street, 212-768-4242

Music: Piano in the Park: Terry Waldo

 

3:15 PM New York Public Library, Schwartzman Bldg, 5th Ave & 42nd St., (917) 275-6975

Class: Uncovering Your Family History: Introduction to Genealogical Research

 

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble Union Square 33 East 17th St. 212-253-0810

Books & Poetry: Frank Miller “Holy Terror”

 

Saturday 10/15/11

 

9:00 AM Central Park, North Meadow Recreation Center (mid-Park at 97th St.) 212-348-4867

Fitness: Health and Race Walking

 

10:00 AM- 2:00 PM Carl Schurz Park, East End Ave & 86th Street, 212-459-4455

Gardening: Volunteer Gardening

 

11:00 AM Central Park, Vanderbilt Gate (105th Street and Fifth Avenue 212-860-1370

Tour: Conservatory Garden Tour

 

11:00 AM Health Advocates for Older Adults, 404 East 87th St, 212-980-1700

Exercise: Chair Yoga

 

2:00 PM New York Public Library, Schwartzman Bldg, 5th Ave & 42nd St., (917) 275-6975 – to register, write to handmade@nypl.org

Crafts: Hand-Made Crafternoon: Knitted and Crocheted Lace Designs

 

2:00 PM Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library, 40 W 20th St., 212-206-5400

Music: In Concert: Señor Lucky Blues Duo, Featuring Paul Handelman and Karan Serafin

 

2:30 PM NYPL for the Performing Arts 40 Lincoln Center Plaza: Dorothy and Lewis

B. Cullman Center, Bruno Walter Auditorium ( 212) 642-0142

Music: Classical Guitar Concert with Charles Mokotoff

 

2:30 PM Mid-Manhattan Library, 455 Fifth Ave., 1-212-340-0833

Books & Poetry: Carol Delaney “Columbus and the Quest for Jerusalem”

 

Monday 10/17/11

 

12:30 PM Barnes & Noble 555 Fifth Ave, 212-697-3048

Books & Poetry: Nicholas Sparks “The Best of Me”

 

5:30 PM New York Public Library, Schwartzman Bldg, 5th Ave & 42nd St., (917) 275-6975

Lecture: The New York Genealogical & Biographical Society Lecture Series: Beyond the Draft: WW1 Records in the National Archives, Marie Varrelman

 

6:30 PM Mid-Manhattan Library, 455 Fifth Ave., 1-212-340-0833

Books & Poetry: Adam Hochschild “A New Look at the Great War”

 

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble Union Square 33 East 17th St. 212-253-0810

Books & Poetry: Greil Marcus “The Doors: A Lifetime of Listening to 5 Mean Years”

 

Tuesday 10/18/11

 

12:00 PM NYPL for the Performing Arts 40 Lincoln Center Plaza: Dorothy and Lewis

B. Cullman Center, Bruno Walter Auditorium ( 212) 642-0142

Music: Dixieland Jazz

 

3:00 PM Health Advocates for Older Adults, 316 East 88th Street 212-980-1700

Exercise: Tai Chi

 

5:30 PM New York Public Library, Schwartzman Bldg, 5th Ave & 42nd St., (917) 275-6975

Books & Poetry: Deborah Baker speaks with Elizabeth Rubin author of The Convert.

 

Wednesday 10/1911

 

3:15 PM New York Public Library, Schwartzman Bldg, 5th Ave & 42nd St., (917) 275-6975

Class: Basic Email

 

6:00 PM New York Public Library, Schwartzman Bldg, 5th Ave & 42nd St., (917) 275-6975

Discussion: An Art Book - First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy and the 1963 Exhibition of Mona Lisa

 

6:30 PM Mid-Manhattan Library, 455 Fifth Ave., 1-212-340-0833

Books & Poetry: Sam Kean “The Disappearing Spoon: and Other True Tales of Madness, Love and the History of the World from the Periodic Table of Elements”

 

Thursday 10/20/11

 

1:15 PM New York Public Library, Schwartzman Bldg, 5th Ave & 42nd St., (917) 275-6975

Lecture: International Intervention and Conflict Resolution: Lessons for Libya

 

2:00 PM New York Public Library, Schwartzman Bldg, 5th Ave & 42nd St., (917) 275-6975

Class: Researching with E-Resources: Newspapers and Periodicals

 

6:30 PM Mid-Manhattan Library, 455 Fifth Ave., 1-212-340-0833

Books & Poetry: Suzanne Loebl “ America’s Medicis: The Rockefellers and their Astonishing Cultural Legacy”

 

7:30 PM Hunter College, 695 Park Ave, West Building, Faculty Dining Room, RSVP to spevents@hunter.cuny.edu or 212-772-4007. RSVPs are required.

Books & Poetry: Fall 2011 Distinguished Writers Series - Carol Muske-Dukes

 

Friday 10/21/11

 

11:00 AM Health Advocates for Older Adults, 341 East 87th Street, 212 980-1700

Activity: Bridge

 

1:00-6:00 PM CUNY Graduate Center, 365 5th Avenue, Segal Theatre, 212 817.8035

Symposium: A Memorial Symposium for Marlene S. Park (1931-2010)

 

2:15 PM New York Public Library, Schwartzman Bldg, 5th Ave & 42nd St., (917) 275-6975

Lecture: William Shakespeare: From Stratford-on-Avon to the New York Public Library

 

Saturday 10/22/11

 

9:00 AM Central Park, North Meadow Recreation Center (mid-Park at 97th St.) 212-348-4867

Fitness: Health and Race Walking

 

10:00 AM Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library, 40 W 20th St., 212-206-5400

Books & Poetry Book Discussion Group: The Book Thief, by Marcus Zusak

 

11:00 AM Central Park, Vanderbilt Gate (105th Street and Fifth Avenue212-860-1370

Tour: Conservatory Garden Tour

 

11:00 AM Health Advocates for Older Adults, 404 East 87th St, 212-980-1700

Exercise: Chair Yoga

 

2:00 PM New York Public Library, Schwartzman Bldg, 5th Ave & 42nd St., (917) 275-6975

Discussion: Ten Ways at Looking at a Century: Explorations of selected prints and photographs from A Century of Art

 

2:30 PM Mid-Manhattan Library, 455 Fifth Ave., 1-212-340-0833

Books & Poetry: Lynne Cox “ South with the Sun: Roald Amundesen, His Polar Explorations, and

 

2:30 PM NYPL for the Performing Arts 40 Lincoln Center Plaza: Dorothy and Lewis

B. Cullman Center, Bruno Walter Auditorium ( 212) 642-0142

Music: Songs of Franz Liszt

 

Sunday 10/23/11

 

1:00 PM Carl Schurz Park, East End Ave & 86th Street, 212-459-4455

Special Event: Annual Halloween Howl & Healthy Hound Fair (rain date 10/30)

 

1:30 PM NYPL for the Performing Arts 40 Lincoln Center Plaza: Dorothy and Lewis

B. Cullman Center, Bruno Walter Auditorium ( 212) 642-0142

Music: Concert Permance from Rossini’s L’Italiana in Algeri

 

Monday 10/24/11

 

6:30 PM Mid-Manhattan Library, 455 Fifth Ave., 1-212-340-0833

Books & Poetry: James Glanz “Unearthing the Trade Center”

 

Tuesday 10/25/11

12:00 PM NYPL for the Performing Arts 40 Lincoln Center Plaza: Dorothy and Lewis

B. Cullman Center, Bruno Walter Auditorium ( 212) 642-0142

Music: Dixieland Jazz

 

3:00 PM Health Advocates for Older Adults, 316 East 88th Street 212-980-1700

Exercise: Tai Chi

 

6:00 PM New York Public Library, 5th Ave $ 42nd St., South Court, 212 817.7571

Lecture: “100 Years of the Arab American Novel: Ameen Rihani’s The Book of Khalid and Arab Life in Lower Manhattan” Akram Khater, North Carolina State University

 

6:30 PM Mid-Manhattan Library, 455 Fifth Ave., 1-212-340-0833

Books & Poetry: Kate Zernike “Boiling Mad: Inside Tea Party America”

 

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble Union Square 33 East 17th St. 212-253-0810

Books & Poetry: Mario Batali “Molto Batali: Simple Family Meals From My Home to Yours”

Wednesday 10/26/11

 

1:00 PM Baruch College, 55 Lexington Ave. 14-220, 646-660-6091 RSVP

Lecture: The Claire Mason Lecture Series: Women of Distinction: Muriel "Mickie" Siebert

 

6:00 PM New York Public Library, Schwartzman Bldg, 5th Ave & 42nd St., (917) 275-6975

Discussion: An Art Book - Groundwaters: A Century of Art by Self-Taught and Outsider Artists

 

6:30 PM Mid-Manhattan Library, 455 Fifth Ave., 1-212-340-0833

Books & Poetry: Thomas Flynn “Bikeman: An Epic Poem”

 

Thursday 10/27/11

 

6:00 PM New York Public Library, Schwartzman Bldg, 5th Ave & 42nd St., (917) 275-6975

Class: Old Books, Rare Books: Learning About the Value of Your Books

 

Friday 10/28/11

 

11:00 AM Health Advocates for Older Adults, 341 East 87th Street, 212 980-1700

Activity: Bridge

 

Saturday 10/29/11

9:00 AM Central Park, North Meadow Recreation Center (mid-Park at 97th St.) 212-348-4867

Fitness: Health and Race Walking

 

11:00 AM Health Advocates for Older Adults, 404 East 87th St, 212-980-1700

Exercise: Chair Yoga

 

11:00 AM Central Park, Vanderbilt Gate (105th Street and Fifth Avenue212-860-1370

Tour: Conservatory Garden Tour

 

2:00 PM New York Public Library, Schwartzman Bldg, 5th Ave & 42nd St., (917) 275-6975

Lecture: All Together Different: Yiddish Socialists, Garment Workers, and the Labor Roots of Multiculturalism, Daniel Katz, SUNY Empire State College

 

Sunday 10/30/11

 

2:30 PM NYPL for the Performing Arts 40 Lincoln Center Plaza: Dorothy and Lewis

B. Cullman Center, Bruno Walter Auditorium ( 212) 642-0142

Music: Pianist David Beliavsky

 

Monday 10/31/11

 

6:00 PM NYPL for the Performing Arts 40 Lincoln Center Plaza: Dorothy and Lewis

B. Cullman Center, Bruno Walter Auditorium ( 212) 642-0142

Music: Songbook at LPA: Broadway’s Future

 

6:30 PM CUNY Graduate Center, 365 5th Avenue, 9204, (212) 817-7571

Lecture: "Dance and Dissent: "Irangeles" Popular Music in Transnational Perspective" Farzaneh Hemmasi, University of Pennsylvania.

 

6:30 PM CUNY Graduate Center, 365 5th Avenue, Skylight Room, (212) 817-1819

Books: Susan Boynton: Silent Music: Book Release and Panel Discussion

 

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