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New York: HALF MOON BAY presented by Lesser America

May 12, 2016 at Cherry Lane Theatre in New York.

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Lesser America, as the inaugural Company in Residence at Cherry Lane Theatre, presents:

HALF MOON BAY
by DAN MOYER
directed by JESS CHAYES

featuring
GABRIEL KING and KEILLY MCQUAIL

“After a chance encounter in the bar of a bowling alley, two broken hopefuls share a boozy, electric evening. HALF MOON BAY is a darkly comic, raw new play about the lovers we take to bed and the strangers we find there in the morning.”

MAY 12th – JUNE 4th**
Cherry Lane Theatre
38 Commerce Street

stage management RACHEL CALTER
scenic design REID THOMPSON
lighting MIKE INWOOD
sound JANIE BULLARD
costumes MERIWETHER SNIPES
production management SEAN GORSKI
general management AMANDA NELSON
publicity RON LASKO/SPIN CYCLE

HALF MOON BAY runs May 12 – June 4, Thursday – Sunday at 8pm with an additional performance Wednesday, May 18 at 8pm. Cherry Lane Theatre is located at 38 Commerce Street (three blocks south of Christopher Street, just west of Seventh Avenue – accessible from 1 train to Christopher Street). Tickets are $18, available at 212-352-3101 or www.lesseramerica.com/box-office

** You may have noticed different run dates indicatedfar above, in the Facebook event details. Apparently Facebook now limits events to two weeks. What a terrible idea, Facebook. We do not close on May 22nd. But hey, you might want to get your tickets early anyway. This show will sell out.

Address: 38 Commerce St, New York
HALF MOON BAY presented by Lesser America

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Minetto: TDJ Art Loft Opening / Ribbon Cutting!

May 06, 2016 at Theatre Du Jour – A dinner theatre experience in Minetto.

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Theatre Du Jour “Art Loft” Opening / Ribbon Cutting

The community is cordially invited to celebrate the opening of interactive theater company Theatre Du Jour’s newly renovated space (courtesy of building owners John Dickquist & Laura Brazak) at 169 West First Street on Friday, May 6,from 4-6 p.m.

(Door to the right of Picture Connection, Third Floor. Please make note the door will say 171. That is correct)

There will be music provided by Dan Williams, refreshments, and a preview reading from the cast of “Five Women Wearing the Same Dress,”directed by Moe Harrington. The play is being presented in grand dinner theatre style on Friday, May 20th as part of the Quality Inn Theatre Series at GS Steamers.

“We are thrilled to have this gorgeous and versatile space to call home! We plan to use it for auditions, rehearsals, and performances. It will also house our offices for business development, marketing, and promotion. The space will continue to evolve and support local actors and directors in their creative endeavors,” said Tammy Wilkinson, Owner and Artistic Director for Theatre Du Jour.

This event is open to business owners and the community at large. For more information call 518.253.6930 or send an email to dujourcny@gmail.com.

TDJ Art Loft Opening / Ribbon Cutting!

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Southampton: Open Mic Night at Hampton Coffee

June 03, 2016 at Hampton Coffee Company Southampton Coffee Experience in Southampton.

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On Friday, June 3rd, students in grades 5 – 12 will have the opportunity to showcase their talents by performing live at Hampton Coffee Company located at 749 County Road 39, Southampton from 6:30pm – 9:00pm. Previous performers have played acoustic music, sung karaoke, and performed acapella. From one man bands to aspiring poets, ALL acts are welcome! Come on out to perform or be entertained by some awesome local talent. Participants have the option of reserving a performance time slot. For more information on how to register, please visit www.southamptontownny.gov/youthbureau or call (631) 702-2425.

Address: 749 County Road 39A, Southampton
Open Mic Night at Hampton Coffee

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Brooklyn: Abou Sylla Residency – Djembe, Dundun, Dundun Dance, & Kyrin Classes

May 14, 2016 at The World Percussion Center of New York in Brooklyn.

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Join Wula Drum at the World Percussion Center of New York for a weekend of learning a variety of instruments from acclaimed teacher and former member of Les Ballets Africains, Abou Sylla.

All Classes held at the Brooklyn Music School, right outside the Atlantic Terminal in the heart of Brooklyn.

COST:
$25/Class
(pay at the door)

SCHEDULE:

Saturday May 14
12:00-1:30 Djembe and Dundun
2:00-3:30 Djembe and Dundun
4:00-5:30 Dundun Dance Class

Sunday May 15th
12:00-1:30 Djembe and Dundun
2:00-3:30 Kyrin (Log Drum)
4:00-5:30 Dundun Dance Class

Abou Sylla is a master percussionist, musician, performer and teacher of West African music, as well as a traditional instrument builder. Abou has been performing professionally for over 20 years, and is now teaching and sharing the music, dance and culture of West Africa throughout the United States and around the world.

Born into a family of traditional musicians in Guinea, West Africa, Abou began his study of both the djembe and balafon as a child. He lived, studied and performed with his balafon teacher until he reached adulthood, at which time he moved to Conakry, the capital of Guinea, to perform with his family, as well as other musicians. At this time, Abou was invited to join Les Ballets Africains, the prestigious national dance company of Guinea. For six years he performed with them, playing not one, but five traditional West African instruments – the balafon, djembe, krin, doundoun and bote.

Bramaya, Abou’s dance and drum troupe, is named in honor of his father’s village and combines new musical ideas and traditional West African rhythms.

Abou’s busy performance, teaching and instrument-building schedule takes him around the world – from the United States, to Africa, Europe and beyond. Abou lives in Austin, Texas.

Address: 126 St Felix St, Brooklyn
Abou Sylla Residency - Djembe, Dundun, Dundun Dance, & Kyrin Classes

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New York: Latin Mondays at Taj – 10th Anniversary – April 25th

April 25, 2016 at Latin Mondays at TAJ in New York.

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10 Years!!!
Presenting The New Swing Sextet Featuring Frankie Morales, DJ Woody & DJ Alejandro

FREE Salsa lesson at 7pm with Talia & special guests!

Live Music 9pm & 11pm

Dance Shows 8.45pm & 10.30pm

Admission:
$10 before 8pm, $15 after, Doors Open 5pm

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April 25th:
* Latin Mondays at Taj 10th Anniversary
* DJ Woody & DJ Alejandro
* New Swing Sextet Ft. Frankie Morales!
* Dance Soul Company
* Huracan Dance Co Invasion (4 Shows)
– Huracan Teens
– Tumbaito
– Tumbao
– Huracan pro team
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Every week leading to our anniversary! we give back! here’s the schedule!

April 25th 10th table reservation the night of the Anniversary receives a Complimentary Bottle of Champagne

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Drink Specials:
2 for 1 top shelf cocktail, $5 beers $6 wine 5-7pm
Complimentary Hors d’oeuvres (limited, served before 7pm.)
$8 mojitos, $8 Cuba Libre, $6 Coronas all night

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For More Info call or text:
Talia Castro-Pozo: 917.620.3109
LatinParty.com TxT: 917.684.8584

Address: 48 West 21st St Between 5-6th Aves, New York
Latin Mondays at Taj - 10th Anniversary - April 25th

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Corning: GlassFest

May 26, 2016 at Corning’s Gaffer District in Corning.

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GlassFest, presented by Corning’s Gaffer District and Chemung Canal Trust Company, is four days of glassmaking demonstrations, music entertainment, art vendors, shopping, food, and more!

GlassFest kicks off on Thursday night with the Glass Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and 2300°: GlassFest, held at the Corning Museum of Glass featuring live glassmaking, music entertainment, food, and drink.

Friday begins with outdoor Hot Glass Shows and the Finger Lakes Wine & Craft Beer Tasting throughout Corning’s Gaffer District. Finish off the night at the Rock The Park concert in Riverfront Park.

Spend all day on Saturday and Sunday wandering along Historic Market Street which is closed to car traffic and filled with fine and fired artists, and food vendors. Watch live glassblowing shows on the outdoor stage in Centerway Square, listen to music during Rock The Park on both days, enjoy activities for the whole family, and even stay late for Fireworks on Saturday night!

For more information on GlassFest, call (607) 937-6292 or visit GlassFest.org.

SPONSORED BY: Chemung Canal Trust Company, Simmons-Rockwell, World Kitchen, Corning Enterprises, Corning Museum of Glass, Radisson Hotel Corning, WETM-TV, and Wink 106

Address: 114 Pine St, Ste 202, Corning
GlassFest

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Brooklyn: Half-Day Sit for Beginners

April 24, 2016 at Brooklyn Zen Center in Brooklyn.

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Please join us for a half-day introductory sit lead by senior practitioners Erica Essner and Terence Caulkins on Sunday, April 24th, from 10am to 1pm. The doors will open at 9:30am. This special sit is offered for beginners and those with beginners’ minds. Together, we will practice 30-minute meditation periods, and walking meditations. Erica and Terence will offer a short talk, and after there will be ample time for questions and responses. All are welcome.

Cost: Sustaining $40 / Base $35 / Member $20. Partial scholarships are available. You can find out more information and register here: https://brooklynzen.org/event/2016/4/24/half-day-sit-with-erica-essner-and-terence-caulkins-apr-24/

About Terence:
Terence Caulkins currently shares the role of Ino (head of the meditation hall) at Brooklyn Zen Center. He is an acoustic consultant and sound artist who has been training in yoga and meditation for 10 years. His formal meditation training began in Paris, France in a Tibetan lineage in 2006, the year in which he was also introduced to Shunryu Suzuki’s “Zen Mind Beginner’s Mind” for the first time. He moved to New York City in 2008 and sought out a place to practice Soto Zen, eventually finding his way to the Brooklyn Zen Center, where he was lay ordained by Soshin Teah Strozer in 2012.

About Erica:
Originally from New York, Mrs. Essner attended Bard College for Dance Composition and received her BA in Art & Social Change at New College in San Francisco with additional graduate studies in Dance/Performance at Mills College. Mrs. Essner was an artist-in- residence at ODC Theater (San Francisco) and has been commissioned by San Jose State University and San Francisco State University. Mrs. Essner is a recipient of the Bessie Schonberg Choreographers & Dancers Residency at The Yard, her company was commissioned by Alaska Dance Theatre and her work has been selected for Dance Theater Workshop’s Freshtracks.

Ms. Essner is a certified Pilates instructor with over 25 year experience working with all populations in both clinical, fitness and private practice settings. She currently is working as a teaching artist for Center for Arts Education NYC, and Arts Connection NYC. In 2012, Essner completed the DEL program at 92nd street Y which is based on the DOE NYC Dance Blueprint.

Address: 505 Carroll St, Ste 2A, Brooklyn
Half-Day Sit for Beginners

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Buffalo: Happiest of Hours Networking Event

May 12, 2016 at Resurgence Brewing Company in Buffalo.

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Join us for a free happy hour at Resurgence Brewing Company to network and engage with other local young professionals and learn more about Catholic Charities. Attendees will also enjoy an appetizer buffet and cash bar brews. Remember your business card to connect with others!

Address: 1250 Niagara St, Buffalo
Happiest of Hours Networking Event

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New York: The Monthly Joust: Error 404- Future Not Found (with RADD Fest 2016)

April 25, 2016 at American Theatre of Actors in New York.

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In conjunction with The RADD Festival 2016, The Joust Theatre Company presents an evening of short science fiction plays that explore the rapid development of technology and the impact it has on the world around us.

April 25th and 26th @ 7pm
American Theatre of Actors
314 W 54th St
Tickets are $18

Featuring work by Alexia Antoniou, Michael Bontatibus, Jon Garrity, Meghan Hourigan, and Noah Mease

Check out The RADD Festival 2016’s official event page here:
https://www.facebook.com/events/677540902387953/

Get your tickets now!

Address: 314 W 54th St, New York
The Monthly Joust: Error 404- Future Not Found (with RADD Fest 2016)

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New York: KAFSC’s Summer Soiree – “Hamptons Social”

June 24, 2016 at Midtown Loft & Terrace in New York.

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The Korean American Family Service Center’s (KAFSC) Associate Board of Directors is hosting KAFSC’s 3rd Annual Summer Soirée on Friday, June 24th!

Kick off your first weekend of summer by joining us for a classy night of fun, all while supporting a great cause!

Event details:
Fri June 24 @ 7 PM, Midtown Loft & Terrace
Hamptons Attire (your finest summer-festive cocktail attire)
Open Bar
Hors d’oeuvres
Music and Dance
Special performance by WHITE WAVE / Young Soon Kim Dance Company
Rooftop with Amazing Views

Buy Your Tickets at: http://tinyurl.com/summersoiree2016
**Limited tickets available** (sold out the last 2 years so buy them early)!

KAFSC is a leading, nonprofit organization committed to preventing and ending domestic violence, sexual assault, and relationship abuse in the NY Tri-State area. Join us to learn more about the work that we do, how to get involved and make a difference in our community. All proceeds go to support KAFSC in creating a violence-free society.

Please send inquiries to associateboard@kafsc.org

Address: 267 5th Ave, New York
KAFSC

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