Senator Krueger's Free Events List: March 2011

 

Upcoming Free Events in Senate District 26:  March 2011

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

Tuesday 3/1/11

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

 

12:00 PM Central Park, Outside the Dairy Gift Shop, mid-Park at 65th Street, 212-794-4064

Walking Tour: Views from the Past Tour

 

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

Exercise: Tai Chi

 

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

Books & Poetry: Susan Jacoby “Never Say Die: The Myth & Marketing of the New Old Age”

 

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble Union Square 33 East 17th St. 212-253-810

Books & Poetry: Anthony Bourdain “ Blood, Bones, and Butter: The Inadvertent Education of a Reluctant Chef”

 

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble 150 East 86th Street, 212-369-2180

Books & Poetry: Chang-rae Lee “Surrendered”

 

Wednesday 3/2/11

 

12:00 PM Central Park, Belvedere Castle, mid-Park at 79th Street, 212-772-0210

Walking Tour: The Castle and its Kingdom Tour

 

2:00 PM Central Park, Inside the Park at Fifth Avenue and 72nd Street, in front of the statue of Samuel F. B. Morse, 212-772-0210

Walking Tour: Cross Park Promenade Tour

 

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble 150 East 86th Street, 212-369-2180

Books & Poetry: Les Standiford “Bringing Adam Home: The Abduction that Changed America”

 

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble Union Square 33 East 17th St. 212-253-810

Books & Poetry: Joy Behar: “Untied a Memoir of Family, Fame, and Floundering”

 

Thursday 3/3/11

 

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: In Concert with violinist Shem Guibbory, percussionist Rex V. Benincasa, and pianist Craig Rutenberg

 

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

Books & Poetry: Stanley Fish “How to Write A Sentence: And How to Read One”

 

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble Union Square 33 East 17th St. 212-253-810

Books & Poetry: Jody Picoult “Sing You Home”

 

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble 150 East 86th Street, 212-369-2180

Books & Poetry: Andres Dubus III “Townie”

 

Friday 3/4/11

 

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

Activity: Bridge

 

2:00 PM Health Advocates for Older Adults, 341 East 87th St, 212 980-1700

Activity: Ballroom Dancing

 

Saturday 3/5/11

 

10:00 AM Central Park, Inside the Park on the north side of West 81st Street at Central Park West 212-772-0210

Walking Tour: West Side Stories Tour

 

12:00 PM Central Park, Outside the Dairy Gift Shop, mid-Park at 65th Street, 212-794-4064

Walking Tour: Waterways & Vistas

 

2:00 PM Central Park, Inside the Park at Fifth Avenue and 72nd Street, in front of the statue of Samuel F. B. Morse, 212-772-0210

Walking Tour: Cross Park Promenade Tour

 

Sunday 3/6/11

 

2:00 PM Mid-Manhattan Library, 455 Fifth Ave., 1-212-340-0833

Movies: “An Evening with Dionne Warwick”

 

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: In Concert with pianist Raj Bhimani

 

12:00 PM Central Park, Inside the Park on the north side of West 81st Street at Central Park West 212-772-0210

Walking Tour: West Side Stories Tour

 

2:00 PM Central Park, Outside the Dairy Gift Shop, mid-Park at 65th Street, 212-794-4064

Walking Tour: Views from the Past Tour

 

Monday 3/7/11

 

10:30 AM Health Advocates for Older Adults, Madison Ave Pres. Church, 921 Madison Ave, 212-980-1700

Exercise: Arthritis Class

 

7:00 PM Hunter College, 695 Park Ave, Faculty Dining Room, 8th Fl, 212-772-4292

Books and Poetry: Best Selling Author Barbara Taylor Bradford

 

Tuesday 3/8/11

 

12:00 PM Central Park, Belvedere Castle, mid-Park at 79th Street, 212-772-0210

Walking Tour: The Castle and its Kingdom Tour

 

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 St. 212-980-1700

Exercise: Tai Chi

 

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble Union Square 33 East 17th St. 212-253-810

Books & Poetry: Jasper Fforde “One of Our Thursdays Is Missing”

 

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble 150 East 86th Street, 212-369-2180

Books & Poetry: Linda Fairstein “Silent Mercy”

 

Wednesday 3/9/11

 

12:00 PM Central Park, North side of the Tavern on the Green, inside the Park at 67th Street, 212-794-4064

Walking Tour: Tavern and Its Green

 

2:00 PM Central Park, Outside the Dairy Gift Shop, mid-Park at 65th Street, 212-794-4064

Walking Tour: Waterways & Vistas

 

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

Books & Poetry: Andrew Moore “Detroit Disassembled”

 

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble Union Square 33 East 17th St. 212-253-810

Books & Poetry: Rebecca Skloot “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks”

 

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble 150 East 86th Street, 212-369-2180

Books & Poetry: Jacques d’Amboise “I Was a Dancer”

 

Thursday 3/10/11

 

12:00 PM Central Park, Outside the Dairy Gift Shop, mid-Park at 65th Street, 212-794-4064

Walking Tour: Views from the Past Tour

 

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble Union Square 33 East 17th St. 212-253-810

Books & Poetry: Suze Orman “Money Class: Learn to Create Your New American Dream”

 

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble 150 East 86th Street, 212-369-2180

Books & Poetry: Amy Chua “Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother”

 

Friday 3/11/11

 

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

Activity: Bridge

 

2:00 PM Health Advocates for Older Adults, 341 East 87th St, 212 980-1700

Activity: Ballroom Dancing

 

Saturday 3/12/11

 

12:00 PM Central Park, The Charles A. Dana Discovery Center, inside the Park at 110th Street 212-794-4064

Walking Tour: A Road Once Travelled

 

2:00 PM Central Park, North side of the Tavern on the Green, inside the Park at 67th Street, 212-794-4064

Walking Tour: Tavern and Its Green

 

Sunday 3/13/11

 

1:00 PM Central Park, Inside the Park at the southeast corner of 85th Street and Central Park West. 212-772-0210

Walking Tour: Seneca Village Tour

 

2:00 PM Mid-Manhattan Library, 455 Fifth Ave., 1-212-340-0833

Movies: “Mary Pickford: A Life in Film”

 

3:00 PM Central Park, Inside the Park at Fifth Avenue and 72nd Street, in front of the statue of Samuel F. B. Morse, 212-772-0210

Walking Tour: Cross Park Promenade Tour

 

Monday 3/14/11

 

10:30 AM Health Advocates for Older Adults, Madison Ave Pres. Church, 921 Madison Ave, 212-980-1700

Exercise: Arthritis Class

 

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

Books & Poetry: Hooman Majd “Iran Today: Understanding Iran, Iranians, and Iranian Political Society”

 

Tuesday 3/15/11

 

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 St. 212-980-1700

Exercise: Tai Chi

 

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

Books & Poetry: Phoebe Hoban “Alice Neel: The Art of Not Sitting Pretty”

 

 

Wednesday 3/16/11

 

12:00 PM Central Park: Belvedere Castle Mid-Park at 79th Street, 212-772-0210

Walking Tour: “Amble Through the Ramble”

 

2:00 PM Central Park, Inside the Park on the north side of West 81st Street at Central Park West 212-772-0210

Walking Tour: West Side Stories Tour

Wednesday 3/16/11 cont’d

 

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

Books & Poetry: Eric Herm “Son of a Farmer, Child of the Earth”

 

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble 150 East 86th Street, 212-369-2180

Books & Poetry: Susan Rosenberg “An American Radical: A Prisoner in My Own Country”

 

Thursday 3/17/11

 

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble 150 East 86th Street, 212-369-2180

Books & Poetry: Ian Rankin “The Complaints”

 

 

Friday 3/18/11

 

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

Activity: Bridge

 

2:00 PM Health Advocates for Older Adults, 341 East 87th St, 212 980-1700

Activity: Ballroom Dancing

 

Saturday 3/19/11

 

10:00 AM Central Park, Belvedere Castle, mid-Park at 79th Street, 212-772-0210

Walking Tour: The Castle and its Kingdom Tour

 

2:00 PM Central Park, Outside the Dairy Gift Shop, mid-Park at 65th Street, 212-794-4064

Walking Tour: Waterways & Vistas

 

Sunday 3/20/11

 

12:00 PM Central Park, Inside the Park on the north side of West 81st Street at Central Park West 212-772-0210

Walking Tour: West Side Stories Tour

 

1:00 PM Central Park, Inside the Park at Fifth Avenue and 72nd Street, in front of the statue of Samuel F. B. Morse, 212-772-0210

Walking Tour: Cross Park Promenade Tour

 

2:00 PM Central Park: Belvedere Castle Mid-Park at 79th Street, 212-772-0210

Walking Tour: “Amble Through the Ramble”

 

2:00 PM Mid-Manhattan Library, 455 Fifth Ave., 1-212-340-0833

Movies: “Rebels with a Cause”

 

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: In Concert with the Con Brio Ensemble

 

Monday 3/21/11

 

10:30 AM Health Advocates for Older Adults, Madison Ave Pres. Church, 921 Madison Ave, 212-980-1700

Exercise: Arthritis Class

 

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

 

 

 

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

Books & Poetry: Sheila Eisenberg “Muriel’s War: An American Heiress in the Nazi Resistance”

 

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble 150 East 86th Street, 212-369-2180

Books & Poetry: Marion Meade “Lonelyhearts: The Screwball World of Nathaneal West and Eileen McKenny”

 

Tuesday 3/22/11

 

12:00 PM Central Park, Inside the Park at Fifth Avenue and 72nd Street, in front of the statue of Samuel F. B. Morse, 212-772-0210

Walking Tour: Cross Park Promenade Tour

 

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

Exercise: Tai Chi

 

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble Union Square 33 East 17th St. 212-253-810

Books & Poetry: Bettheny Frankel “A Place of Yes”

 

Wednesday 3/23/11

 

2:00 PM Central Park, Inside the Park on the north side of West 81st Street at Central Park West 212-772-0210

Walking Tour: West Side Stories Tour

 

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

Books & Poetry: Gil Marks “Jews in Food: Mainstreaming of Jewish Food in America”

 

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble Union Square 33 East 17th St. 212-253-810

Books & Poetry: Sarah Vowell “Unfamiliar Fishes”

 

Thursday 3/24/11

 

12:00 PM Central Park: Belvedere Castle Mid-Park at 79th Street, 212-772-0210

Walking Tour: “Amble Through the Ramble”

 

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

Books & Poetry: Thomas Jane “The Finest Rooms in America”

 

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble 150 East 86th Street, 212-369-2180

Books & Poetry: Simon Winchester “The Alice Behind Wonderland”

 

Friday 3/25/11

 

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

Activity: Bridge

 

2:00 PM Health Advocates for Older Adults, 341 East 87th St, 212 980-1700

Activity: Ballroom Dancing

 

Saturday 3/26/11

 

10:00 AM Central Park, Outside the Dairy Gift Shop, mid-Park at 65th Street, 212-794-4064

Walking Tour: Views from the Past Tour

 

12:00 PM Central Park, Inside the Park at the southeast corner of 85th Street and Central Park West. 212-772-0210

Walking Tour: Seneca Village Tour

 

2:00 PM Central Park, Inside the Park at Fifth Avenue and 72nd Street, in front of the statue of Samuel F. B. Morse, 212-772-0210

Walking Tour: Cross Park Promenade Tour

 

Sunday 3/27/11

 

12:00 PM Central Park, The Charles A. Dana Discovery Center, inside the Park at 110th Street 212-794-4064

Walking Tour: A Road Once Travelled

 

2:00 PM Mid-Manhattan Library, 455 Fifth Ave., 1-212-340-0833

Movies: “Brakhage”

 

2:00 PM Central Park, Outside the Dairy Gift Shop, mid-Park at 65th Street, 212-794-4064

Walking Tour: Waterways & Vistas

 

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: In Concert with Trio Serendip

 

 

Monday 3/28/11

 

10:30 AM Health Advocates for Older Adults, Madison Ave Pres. Church, 921 Madison Ave, 212-980-1700

Exercise: Arthritis Class

 

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: Broadway’s Future

Monday 3/28/11 cont’d

 

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

Books & Poetry: Jay Kirk “Kingdom Under Glass: A Tale of Obsession, Adventure, and One Man’s Quest to Preserve the World’s Great Animals”

 

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble 150 East 86th Street, 212-369-2180

Books & Poetry: Clair Harman “Jane’s Fame: how Jane Austen Conquered the World”

 

Tuesday 3/29/11

 

12:00 PM Barnes & Noble 555 Fifth Ave, 212-697-3048

Books & Poetry: Susan Lucci “My Story”

 

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 St. 212-980-1700

Exercise: Tai Chi

 

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

Books & Poetry: Brian Rose “Time and Space on the Lower East Side”

 

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble Union Square 33 East 17th St. 212-253-810

Books & Poetry: E.L. Doctorow “All the Time in the World”

 

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble 150 East 86th Street, 212-369-2180

Books & Poetry: Francine Pascal “Sweet Valley Confidential: Ten Years Later”

 

Wednesday 3/30/11

 

12:00 PM Central Park, Outside the Dairy Gift Shop, mid-Park at 65th Street, 212-794-4064

Walking Tour: Views from the Past Tour

 

2:00 PM Central Park: Belvedere Castle Mid-Park at 79th Street, 212-772-0210

Walking Tour: “Amble Through the Ramble”

 

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

Books & Poetry: Thomas Repetto “New York Police: 1845-1945”

 

Thursday 3/31/11

 

12:00 PM Central Park, North side of the Tavern on the Green, inside the Park at 67th Street, 212-794-4064

Walking Tour: Tavern and Its Green

 

7:00 PM Barnes & Noble 150 East 86th Street, 212-369-2180

Books & Poetry: Gigi Rosenberg “The Artist’s Guide to Grant Writing”