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Mamaroneck: ART SHOW: Comic-Con Envy

July 22, 2017 at The Bott Shoppe – Studio & Store in Mamaroneck.

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Comic-Con International will be held on July 20–23 at the San Diego Convention Center, so for those of us on the East Coast, we can enjoy our comic book nerdiness right here!

Submit Art Work – https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSel8T6MhtSuFFyKe9fbacf-YcFMxDlw_rMoUOqLWdHe9W59eQ/viewform?usp=sf_link

Address: 174 East Boston Post Road, Mamaroneck
ART SHOW: Comic-Con Envy

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New York: MedicReS 6th World Congress on Good Medical Research

October 25, 2017 at Cooper Union, Great Hall in New York.

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Invited Speakers
Prof.Arzu Kanik / Health Science University / MedicReS Scientific Director
Prof. Nicholas Jewell / California University Berkeley / MedicReS Board Member
Prof.David Resnik / David B. Resnik, JD, PhD, Bioethicist and IRB Chair – NIH
Prof.Adil Shamoo / University of Maryland / MedicReS Board Member
Prof.Zubin Master / Alden March Bioethics Institute / MedicReS Board Member
Prof.Collin O’Neil / City University of New York / MedicReS Board Member
Mariana Chavez Mac Gregor, MD / MD Anderson Cancer Center / MedicReS Board Member
​​Dr. Rebecca E. Cooney, Ph.D. / North American Executive Editor at The Lancet

Venue Cooper Union
Accreditation MedicReS 18 MACMEC

Address: 7 E 7th St, New York
MedicReS 6th World Congress on Good Medical Research

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New York: Wear your Traditional Dress for Refugees

April 28, 2017 at Viet-Americans Rise Up in New York.

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On April 28, Vietnamese women will wear their traditional dress, the Ao Dai, to work, to play, and to whatever they may be doing. We encourage EVERYONE, even those who are not Vietnamese, to join us and wear your traditional threads too. If you don’t have outfits, maybe share some ethnic foods or just spend the day learning about each other. It’s time we SEE you, the immigrants and refugees that make the fabric of this great nation and that we stand together.

***Please join us and help spread the word. Like this, share this, and wear some cool outfits on April 28!*** #AoDaiApril28 #RepYoThreads #DontFearMeLearnMe #WearYourRoots4Refugees

P.S. We believe there is an urgency to help those trying to escape horrifying conditions and that this is a bipartisan issue. Currently the worse humanitarian crisis is the Syrian Refugee Crisis. We encourage you to donate time or money to organizations such as the IRC, Oxfam, MSF (Doctors Without Borders), etc., regardless of your ability to join us for this specific event, and on any date. You can find the links on this page. This event is without any political motive. Whether you support the ban, the current immigration policies or not, I hope you see that we can still help beyond our borders even if only by sharing a few moments of your time or a little of your spare change.

Wear your Traditional Dress for Refugees

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New York: Dystopian Wastelands

May 05, 2017 at Dixon Place in New York.

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From cataclysmic natural disasters to unsuspecting plagues – one thing is clear – the world is going to end, and soon! How do these writers imagine a post-apocalyptic society and what does it tell of our relationship with the environment, science and the unknown? An eclectic panel of writers who are either masters of the genre or are exploring its possibilities. How do they imagine their dystopian world in their novels in the age of climate change.

With Claire Vaye Watkins, Jeff VanderMeer, Emily St. John Mandel, and Alexander Weinstein.

Sponsored by TooFar Media: Immersive Story Experiences by Rich Shapero.

Explore PEN World Voices: http://worldvoices.pen.org/

Address: 161 Chrystie St, New York
Dystopian Wastelands

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Monroe: Great War Commemoration

April 08, 2017 at Museum Village in Monroe.

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Many living historians representing several nations in the conflict – including Doughboys, English, Russians, French and more.

Troop 202 and Troop 640 – selling girl scout cookies. This year is the centennial of girl scout cookie sales.

Kevin Fitzpatrick – book signing all day. Kevin has written and edited seven books with ties to New York history, including World War I New York: A Guide to the City’s Enduring Ties to the Great War

Vivian Davis -Lecture Women in the War – Bronx County Historical Society educator will talk about women’s civilian and paramilitary roles during the Great War and discuss how their contributions paved the way to their own victory at the polls and beyond.

John Van Vliet – Evolution of Chemical Warfare – Lecture with replica equipment to illustrate

Peter Tragni – Display of NY 27th Division items – A collector of over 20 years, with many unusual and rare items including a Newburgh medal.

Robert Jacobs – 1918 Dodge – one of only three remaining, weather depending, Bob will be on site with his vehicle.

Displays of original items including bicycles, uniforms, and much much more.

Address: 1010 State Route 17M, Monroe
Great War Commemoration

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Syracuse: Hoverter Half Hour: “Bray Hall Centennial”

March 23, 2017 at Moon Library in Syracuse.

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Did you know that SUNY-ESF has been using Bray Hall for 100 years? Did you know that Bray Hall is named after William L. Bray, our first interim Dean? See the original floor plans (circa 1914) of Bray Hall to view some of the major changes to the building from 100 years of use. Presented by Kevin Reynolds.

Location: 110 Moon Library

SUNY ESF Hoverter College Archives: http://www.esf.edu/moonlib/archives/

Address: SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse
Hoverter Half Hour: "Bray Hall Centennial"

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Buffalo: Babel: Edna O’Brien

March 24, 2017 at Kleinhans Music Hall in Buffalo.

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In celebration of Women’s History Month, Just Buffalo Literary Center welcomes legendary Irish novelist Edna O’Brien. O’Brien first gained notoriety with the publication of “The Country Girls” in 1960. The book was censored and the family’s parish priest public burnt copies. Despite all of the turmoil, the book was awarded the Kingsley Amis Award in 1962 and is now considered a landmark in post-World War II Irish fiction.

Ms. O’Brien, who left Ireland after the incident, will be in Buffalo for Just Buffalo Literary Center’s BABEL series on March 25th. She will talking about “Why Literature Matters” focusing on writers who have been particularly influential on her practice—Joyce, Dickinson, Faulkner—and how literature deserves a place in our daily lives.

Address: 3 Symphony Cir, Buffalo
Babel: Edna O

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Brooklyn: Pamela L. Laskin in conversation with Lisa Selin Davis

March 14, 2017 at Community Bookstore in Brooklyn.

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Ronit & Jamil, Pam Laskin’s five-act novel in verse, riffs on Shakespeare’s original star-crossed lovers, placing forbidden intimacy within the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and exploring walls both conceptual and concrete.

Lost Stars, Lisa Selin Davis’ novel based loosely on her own New York Times Modern Love column, couples astronomy and 1980s tunes with themes of tragedy and healing.

Together, the authors discuss allusion, hope, and love as modern as it is old.

Ages 14+

Address: 143 7th Ave, Brooklyn
Pamela L. Laskin in conversation with Lisa Selin Davis

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Yaphank: Spring Break Camp 2017

April 10, 2017 at Suffolk County Farm & Education Center in Yaphank.

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Spring Break Camp

Grades K-6

The Suffolk County Farm and Education Center is the perfect place to be for a week off of school! April on the farm means:
• Baby Animals • Wagon Rides
• Fresh Air • Science Experiments
• Gardening • Bugs, Birds, & Wildlife
• Hikes • Crafts
• Sunshine • Blue Skies
• Getting Dirty • Fun!

Monday, April 10, 2017 thru Friday, April 14, 2017
Drop off between 8:30-9:30 a.m. and pick up at 3:30 p.m.
$225 for full enrollment or $50 per day.

Pre-registration and pre-payment required. Space cannot be held without payment. Register with Visa or MasterCard by phone (631) 852-4600 between 9am and 3pm.

Address: Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County, 350 Yaphank Ave, Yaphank
Spring Break Camp 2017

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