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Albany: Vintage Pride’s Whatever Floats Your Boat Party

June 07, 2016 at Dutch Apple Cruises in Albany.


An official Pride Center Event!

It’s not about the destination, it’s about the journey…and the ones you celebrate Pride with!

Join Vintage Pride for a fabulous party riding down the Hudson River. Dance the night away, rain or shine, thanks to indoor and outdoor decks. Delicious appetizers and dinner fare will be provided, along with a cash bar.

Unfortunately, the boat is not handicap accessible. With safety in mind, we suggest low heeled or soft soled shoes.

Limited scholarships are available, contact Lauren Simone at lsimone@capitalpridecenter.org . This Pride Center event is for Vintage Priders (aged 55+), as well as friends and supporters of Vintage Pride.

Learn more about Vintage Pride, a program of the Pride Center of the Capital Region: www.capitalpridecenter.org/programs-services/vintagepride/

Address: 141 Broadway, Albany
Vintage Pride

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Warwick: Mother’s Day Live Music with Hidden Rivers

May 08, 2016 at Pennings Farm Market in Warwick.


Treat Mom to dinner or an afternoon ice cream with a side of live music.
Delight in the expansive harmonies and jangling textures of acoustic duo, Hidden Rivers. Christy Karas and Michael Robert Hickey are known for their charming, stripped down versions of songs from the 1960s to today.

Address: 161 State Route 94 S, Warwick

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Rochester: Jazz It Up II for REF’s Spring for Music

June 03, 2016 at Bernunzio Uptown Music in Rochester.


REF’s 2nd annual benefit concert featuring performances by Grammy-nominated jazz musician Jimmie Highsmith Jr. and Eastman School of Music Jazz guitarist Bob Sneider, presentation of the 2016 REF Musical Instrument Award to a RCSD musician, and a Wine and cheese reception.

Address: 122 East Ave, Rochester
Jazz It Up II for REF

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Astoria: $5 Beer Garden Party + Free Shot

June 10, 2016 at Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden in Astoria.


Another Massive Quiet Clubbing Party at the Studio Square Beer Garden! After the soccer game, which is being played on the big screen, the party kicks off at 11 pm!

This party is insane! There’s over 1,000 people all with headphones on singing, dancing, while the 3 DJs on stage battle for your attention. This amazing outdoor venue has it all, drinks, food and room to get your groove on. It’s one of NYC’s largest beer gardens.

Your 3 Live DJs are spinning all night:

DJ 1 (Green): Top 40 hits, Dance, Pop
DJ 2 (Red): The best of 80’s & 90’s, and 2K music!
DJ 3 (Blue): Hip-Hop, R&B

A Pair of Quiet Events Headphones
One FREE Specialty Shot for those there early
Glow in the Dark Gear
Massive outdoor garden
Wide selection of beer
3 Live DJ’s battling for your attention
21+ to party
Rain or Shine (If it rains, we bring it indoors!)
Tickets available at the door, but are limited
Dress code: Relaxed. Sneakers & Jeans are fine

Address: 29-19 24th Ave, Astoria
$5 Beer Garden Party + Free Shot

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New York: LIVE MUSIC YOGA FLOW: Morley and Ali Cramer

June 22, 2016 at Rubin Museum of Art in New York.


Ali Cramer, a senior teacher at Laughing Lotus Yoga NY and Yoga Shanti NYC, and Morley Kamen, singer/songwriter and activist, come together for a special evening of movement, music, and meditation at the Rubin Museum. Cramer will guide an open-level vinyasa flow accompanied by the soulful and inspirational music of Morley.

Please bring your own mat (required) and yoga blocks (optional).

Ticket Price: $25.00
Member Ticket Price: $22.50

For more information or to purchase tickets: http://rma.cm/12j
To sign up for Rubin e-news: http://rma.cm/6j
To get member discounts, join here: http://rma.cm/gi

Address: 150 W 17th St, New York
LIVE MUSIC YOGA FLOW: Morley and Ali Cramer

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Woodstock: Lothar Osterburg: Photogravure

July 05, 2016 at The Center for Photography at Woodstock in Woodstock.


While photogravure is a continuous tone photographic etching process, it can also be used to translate drawings better than any other printmaking technique, beautifully rendering the range of values. Its photographic qualities and tonality range exceed those of a regular silver print by far. Photogravure has an almost three dimensional, sculptural quality. The blacks in particular have a richer, non-reflective, velvety surface. The tonalities are achieved by etching a copper plate gradually from the deepest shadows to the brightest highlights. The finished plate is printed like an etching, on a heavy rag paper. Students will leave this class with the tools to continue working independently on photogravure printing. The first day will be held at the Center for Photography at Woodstock, where students will use CPW’s digital lab to prepare the film positives for gravure prints. The next two days will be held at Women’s Studio Workshop in Kingston, NY, where we will expose plates and print. (There is another session available July 8-10)

Address: 59 Tinker St, Woodstock
Lothar Osterburg: Photogravure

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New York: The Iceman Lab at HERE | June 2 – 25

June 02, 2016 at HERE Arts Center in New York.


The ICEMAN Lab is our radical approach to the Eugene O’Neill classic, The Iceman Cometh, where four unique theater artists will each tackle a separate act of the play. This fresh take running June 2nd-25th will allow audiences to see each act as a separate experiment or all four together in special marathon performances on June 11th and 18th.

ACT I | Julia Sirna-Frest
June 2, 4, 11*, 17 & 18*

Shane Chapman and Julia Sirna-Frest present a song cycle that meanders through disCHORDant changes and sing to the sweet oblivion that is life as a listless drunken human. The White Stripes, Eugene O’Neill and Funkadelic walk into a bar and drink and sing themselves in to an obliterated raucous life affirming musical explosive stupor. A song cycle with a shot of the real.

ACT II | Yuris Skujins
June 3, 4, 11*, 16, 18*

Bleak beautiful horrible visions haunt this downbeat birthday celebration. Fraught wicked partygoers mull and defend and deny their weak standing under their even weaker circumstances. Lights shining at ends of dark tunnels are hazily glimpsed, then lost to these delirious booze-soaked rallying souls. Offstage brawling and frightful dialects hint at promising theatricality.

ACT III | Katie Rose McLaughlin
June 9, 11*, 18*, 22, & 24

Exits and entrances. Characters turned inside out. Internal psychodrama repurposed into constant physical movement. Six female dancers play O’Neill’s fourteen barflies in a highly choreographed study of existential dread, rising to the occasion and falling back down again.

ACT IV | Jeanette Oi-Suk Yew
June 10, 11*, 18* 23, & 25

An audio and live action puppetry animation journey into the sobering minds of the wax figures who were once proud and ambivalent drunks at Harry Hope’s bar. Tomorrow is now. The poetry of the language will be the lens for which the tragedy and redemption unfolds and becomes universal.

*Special Marathon Performances


The TMT Lab offers smaller, fully produced productions and has enlisted the talents of over 1,000 theater artists since 1993. At the helm of each production is a Lead Artist- whether that person is a director, actor, writer, designer, or puppeteer, we believe anyone can drive a piece! We curate each season’s Lab under an overarching theme. We then work with each Lead Artist to find the right source material, and from then on they are provided a stipend, budget, artistic resources and, most importantly, the freedom to shape their work.

Address: 145 6th Ave, New York
The Iceman Lab at HERE | June 2 - 25

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Olean: Erie Canal Sal with Gretchen Murray Sepik

May 18, 2016 at Olean Public Library in Olean.


Professional storyteller Gretchen Murray Sepik speaks in an Irish brogue and weaves Irish folk tales into facts about the Erie Canal. “Erie Canal Sal” is a fictitious character based, in part, on Old Black Nell, who was a cook on the canal in 1840. Audiences will laugh as they learn about one of the engineering wonders of the world.

Sepik majored in dance and studied acting at Point Park College in Pittsburgh. She performed with the Paddy Toon Modern Ensemble in Pittsburgh and with the Rochester Philharmonic. In 2004, she was honored by Young Audiences of Western New York for her commitment to learning through the arts. In 2008, she received a Genesee-Orleans Regional Arts Council grant to adapt “Erie Canal Sal” into a children’s book.

Appropriate for all ages.

Creative Family Programs with Local Artists are provided at libraries by Young Audiences of Western New York with support from the New York Council for the Humanities.

Address: 134 N 2nd St, Olean
Erie Canal Sal with Gretchen Murray Sepik

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May 01, 2016 at McBurney YMCA in New York.


Learn to save lives! The YMCA Lifeguard certification course on Saturdays & Sundays, May 1 – 15 from 12 – 8pm.

It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3!

• There is a $30 non-refundable fee

• Please read Pre-Test Requirements

• $300 Members | $400 Non-members
• Register at McBurney Y Member Services
• Financial Assistance Available

Madhur Patel, Aquatics Director
mpatel@ymcanyc.org or (212) 912-2321

PRE-TEST REQUIREMENTS The PRE-TEST includes successfully completing all of the following:

• Tread water for 2 minutes

• Swim 100 yards of front crawl

• Swim 50 yards of each: Front crawl with head up, Sidestroke, Breaststroke, Breaststroke with head up and Elementary Backstroke kick with hands on chest

• Perform a feet-first surface dive in 8 to 10 feet of water, and then swim underwater for 15 feet

• Start in the water at shallow end, sprint for a distance of approximately 60 feet, then perform an arm-over-arm surface dive in 8 to10 feet of water

• Pick up an object from the bottom of pool, surface and tread water for at least 1 minute with legs only, then replace the object back to the bottom of the pool where it was found.

• Swim the remaining length to end of pool, and hoist yourself out of water.

• Immediately begin compression on an adult manikin for 1 minute or 100 compressions; stand and listen to directions from instructor

Address: 125 W 14th St, New York

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New York: The Built, Unbuilt, and Unbuildable

April 30, 2016 at Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York.


Troy Conrad Therrien, Curator of Architecture and Digital Initiatives, moderates a conversation between Guggenheim UBS MAP Curator Sara Raza and But a Storm Is Blowing from Paradise: Contemporary Art of the Middle East and North Africa artists Ala Younis and Ahmed Mater to explore cultural heritage and legacy in the making of the modern Middle East, and the role of built and unbuilt systems in the shaping of global cultural practices. This panel is hosted by the Guggenheim Wikipedia Initiative and will be followed by a Wikipedia edit-a-thon to augment content related to contemporary artists and architects from the Middle East and North Africa.

This event is free with RSVP. General museum admission is reduced on this date, as the Rotunda galleries will be closed for installation. Please note Museum admission is Pay What You Wish from 5:45–7:45 pm.

RSVP here: http://gu.gg/10y2nv

1–2:30 pm Panel discussion
2:45 pm Wikipedia editor training
3:45–6 pm Wikipedia editing

Please enter the Peter B. Lewis Theater via the entrance on Fifth Avenue at 88th Street.

Address: 1071 5th Ave, New York
The Built, Unbuilt, and Unbuildable

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