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|February 17, Wednesday - August 7, Sunday||BROOKLYN MUSEUM (Brooklyn Museum)
11:00 AM at Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY 11238
Admission: $16, $10, Free
The collaborative spirit of Agitprop! continues on February 17, 2016, Agitprop!’s unique method invites contemporary artists to select the exhibition’s content, thereby opening up the process to reflect multiple perspectives and positions.
Presented by the Brooklyn Museum’s Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Agitprop! explores the legacy and continued power of politically engaged art.
|February 19, Friday - May 6, Friday||Seminar: Hegel's Philosophy of History (Marxist Education Project)
6pm - 8pm at The Brooklyn Commons 388 Atlantic Avenue
Donation: No one turned away. Tickets: At the door
Hegel studies continue at the Brooklyn Commons with a 12-week course in Hegel's work, the "Philosophy of History". Russell Dale will be teaching. For more information go to thecommonsbrooklyn.org or write to email@example.com.
A 12-week course taught by Russell Dale.
|March 22, Tuesday - May 6, Friday||Equality For Flatbush (E4F)
at Flatbush, NY
Equality for Flatbush (E4F) is a people of color-led, multi-national grassroots organization which does anti-police repression, affordable housing and anti-gentrification organizing in the Flatbush and East Flatbush communities of Brooklyn, NY.
|March 31, Thursday - June 2, Thursday||Reading Circle: Revolutionary Integration (Freedom Socialist Party)
7:00 PM at Freedom Hall, 113 W 128th St, Manhattan, NY 10027
Reading Circle: Revolutionary Integration: A Marxist Analysis of African American Liberation
What will it take to truly end racism in the U.S.? Come study this groundbreaking text that highlights the crucial role of Black workers, women and LGBT people in the struggle for an integrated movement against not only race oppression, but all injustice and exploitation.
For information, call 212-222-0633 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
|April 14, Thursday - July 31, Sunday||City Parks Foundation Presents: Little Red’s Hood (CityParks Foundation)
10:30 AM* at Swedish Cottage, 81st Street and Central Park West
Admission: $7-12 Tickets: Online or at the door when available
Little Red’s Hood is a fresh retelling of the celebrated “Little Red Riding Hood” tale updated with a modern sensibility that will appeal to kids. Like many of today’s children, Little Red is a smart, young city slicker who is too focused on her smartphone to notice her surroundings. Wulfric is a misunderstood wolf with a sweet tooth. When Little Red travels from New York City to the country to deliver some cupcakes to her Grandma, she encounters a colorful cast of characters as Wulfric the Wolf tries to head her off at the pass. Little Red’s Hood is written and directed by Liam Hurley.
*Show times: Tuesday through Friday at 10:30am and 12:00pm, with an additional 2:30pm performance each Wednesday. Saturdays and Sundays at 1:00pm
Note: Schedule subject to change, please check http://www.cityparksfoundation.org/arts/ for most current schedule.
Show is recommended for children ages 3–9.
For group rates, school group reservations, and information on birthday parties, please call 212–988–9093.
|April 17, Sunday - May 15, Sunday||Classical Music with Chatty Pianist (Classical for All)
4:00 PM at Caffe Vivaldi ; 32 Jones Street New York NY 10014
Donation: $20 (Suggested) Tickets: www.chattypianist.eventbrite.com
Acclaimed pianist Emir Gamisizoglu, aka Chatty Pianist, is performing classical recitals at historic Caffe Vivaldi, known from the movies of Woody Allen & Al Pacino.
Sundays at 4 PM!
|April 19, Tuesday - May 14, Saturday||Up on the Roof (Pleiades Gallery)
11:00 AM at 530 West 25th St, 4th floor, 10-11th Ave
With her latest show, Ellen Bradshaw captures New York City in oils from her rooftops, balconies, and windows high above. Beginning with the stunning panorama from her own balcony on the 25th floor, Bradshaw paints lower Manhattan and her bridges through sunrise, fog, storm, and snow with lively brushwork and colors to capture the mood of weather and season. From the same balcony, Ellen paints views of the new Gehry Twisted Building, the Woolworth Building, Municipal Building, and courtyard views!
Hours are Tuesday - Saturday from 11 AM - 6 PM.
|April 21, Thursday - December 29, Thursday||The PIT Presents (The PIT Presents)
10PM at Peoples Improv Theater The Underground 123 E 24th St NYC, 10010
Admission: $5 gen, $1 students Tickets: At The Door
The PIT Presents is the Peoples' Improv Theater's Stand Up Residency Program. Over the course of the year these emerging stand ups. You can see them perform Thursdays at The Peoples' Improv Theater at 10pm The PIT Presents' Stand Ups in Residence for 2016 are Sally Brooks, Joon Chung, Veronica Garza, Brian Park, Alexander Payne, Jason Salmon, Sachin Shaan, Jennie Sutton, Camille Theobald, Sydnee Washington, & May Wilkerson. Over the course of the year these emerging stand ups will develop new material, improve their stage presence and refine their art as a team. By the end of the program each of the residents will have performed a half hour set that could be ready to submit to television.
|April 29, Friday - May 1, Sunday||Steampunk Boonton - An Entire Town Goes Steampunk (Mobile Digital Arts and Boonton Arts)
Noon at Boonton Main St, Boonton, NJ 07005
None: Free Tickets: Click Here For Tickets
See creative works of art embracing the Neo-Victorian Age influenced by technology and industrial machinery, powered by fantasy and science fiction! Lots of interactive activities are planned. The annual art event encompasses all things Steampunk, including: an Art Exhibit, Victorian Photo Portrait Session, Steampunk Paint & Sip Class, Steampunk Sculpt & Sip Class, Steampunk Fashion Exhibition and Contest, Scavenger Hunt, and Live Steampunk Music! Shop and dine along Main Street to further enjoy the weekend in Boonton, celebrating the art of Steampunk culture!
|May 5, Thursday - June 2, Thursday||Reading Circle: Revolutionary Integration (Freedom Socialist Party)
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM at Freedom Hall
Reading Circle: Revolutionary Integration: A Marxist Analysis of African American Liberation What will it take to truly end racism in the U.S.? Come study this groundbreaking text that highlights the crucial role of Black workers, women and LGBT people in the struggle for an integrated movement against not only race oppression but all injustice and exploitation. Book available on site and online. March 31st, April 7th, April 21st, May 5th, May 19th, June 2nd. 7:00pm-8:30pm Freedom Hall 113 W. 128th St., Harlem Admission: Free For information, call 212-222-0633 or email email@example.com
|May 6, Friday - May 8, Sunday||Emotional Rescue Workshop: How To Work With Your Emotions (Nalandabodhi New York)
07:00 pm at BARYSHNIKOV ARTS CENTER, Jerome Robbins Theater, 450 West 37
Admission: Fri Eve $25 Tickets: http://emotionalrescuenyc.bpt.me/ or phone anytime 1-800-838-3006
“When we bring awareness to our emotions, something truly amazing happens — they lose their power to make us miserable.” – Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche
Penguin's new author, Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche, will teach on the 3-step Emotional Rescue Plan for working with disturbing emotions. With his usual warmth and humor, he will share the methods presented in his new book, Emotional Rescue: ~~How to Work with Your Emotions to Transform Hurt and Confusion into Energy That Empowers You. Program Schedule Friday, May 6 7:00 – 9:00 pm Public Talk by Ponlop Rinpoche, Interview by Ethan Nichtern and book signing. Saturday May 7,10 am – 4:00 pm Workshop on Emotional Rescue, with guest teachers from Nalandabodhi and the Interdependence Project Sunday, May 8,10 am – 1:00 pm Workshop continues with Ponlop Rinpoche Program Fees Friday - $25 Saturday & Sunday $195 (total) Discounts available for students, seniors and members Location: BARYSHNIKOV ARTS CENTER, Jerome Robbins Theater, 450 West 37th Street, NYC (between 9th and 10th Avenues in New York City’s Hudson Yards Neighborhood) Presented by Nalandabodhi New York and The Interdependence Project Register online at http://emotionalrescuenyc.bpt.me/ or phone anytime 1-800-838-3006
|May 7, Saturday||OSCAR D’LEÓN (Lehman Center for the Performing Arts)
08:00 PM at Lehman Center for the Performing Arts
None: $60, $55, $45
LEHMAN CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS presents El Gigante De La Salsa OSCAR D’LEÓN Lehman Center for the Performing Arts continues its spectacular 36th Anniversary Season with an exclusive concert of Venezuela-born Salsa Superstar OSCAR D’LEÓN, who returns to the Lehman Center with his Orchestra to perform for one electrifying night on Saturday, May 7th, 2016 at 8pm.One of the world’s most popular salsa vocalists, Oscar D’León is known for being a highly skilled improviser with a dynamic and textured vocal tone. Produced by Lehman Center and José Raposo. Lehman Center for the Performing Arts is on the campus of Lehman College/CUNY at 250 Bedford Park Boulevard West, Bronx, NY 10468. Tickets for OSCAR D’LEÓN on Saturday, May 7th, 2016 at 8pm are $60, $55, and $45, and can be purchased by calling the Lehman Center box office at 718-960-8833 (Monday through Friday, 10am–5pm, and beginning at 12 noon on the day of the concert), or through online access at www.LehmanCenter.org. Lehman Center is accessible by #4 or D train to Bedford Park Blvd. and is off the Saw Mill River Parkway and the Major Deegan Expressway. Low-cost on-site parking available for $5.
|May 7, Saturday||Holistic Bazaar in Brooklyn (Matchmyspirit Inc)
6:00 pm at Family of Light Holistic Center, 717 Coney Island Avenue
Enjoy holistic services, make new friends, attend some workshops and seminars, and relax. Bring your friends and family too.
Free program, but registration is amust as space is limited.
|May 7, Saturday||FREE!! Holistic Bazaar in Brooklyn (Matchmyspirit Inc)
1:00pm - 6:00pm at 717 Coney Island Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11218
Admission: Free Tickets: https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07ecdciai05fa7ac
Join us for free holistic bazaars & networking in Brooklyn. Come by and enjoy holistic services, make new friends, attend some workshops and seminar and relax. Bring your friends and family too. Free Program, but registration is must as space is limited.
|May 11, Wednesday||Raising the Bar: The Door Between Public and Private Sectors (Asian Women in Business)
6:00 PM at Akerman LLP 666 Fifth Ave, 20th Floor New York NY 10103
Donation: 25.00 Tickets: Click Here For Tickets
Raising the Bar is AWIB's annual forum on Asian women in the legal profession. For 2016, AWIB addresses how the path to a successful legal career has changed and how options are wider than ever before. Working in government or at a non-profit organization can lead to private sector opportunities; and while a private firm partnership track may or may not be a possibility, the experience can be a springboard to more exciting work. We are pleased to have a panel of powerful Asian women attorneys who have worked in both the public and private sectors. They will discuss their adjustment going from one sector to another and how their diverse experiences have impacted their personal and professional lives.
Panel Members: Christina Lee, Deputy General Counsel, AIG Katy Choo, Chief Investigative & Anti-Corruption Counsel, GE The Hon. Peggy Kuo, United States Magistrate Judge (EDNY) Lisa Lim, Partner, Akerman LLP.
All proceeds for Raising the Bar go towards the AWIB Scholarship Fund, which awards scholarships to Asian female undergraduates who have a track record of leaderships.
Refreshments will be provided.
|May 12, Thursday||Recruitment Night (Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement)
6:00pm - 8:30pm at Doubletree Suites by Hilton Hotel 1568 Broadway, New York
On May 12th, the Hispanic Alliance of Career Enhancement is hosting a Reruitment Night in New York. This evening will offer members a professional development workshop and networking with recruiters to learn more career opportunities with their companies.
|May 13, Friday - May 15, Sunday||HSA Presents: "One Monkey Don't Stop No Show" (Harlem School of the Arts)
7:00 PM,3:00 at
Admission: $20 in advance* Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2543284
The Harlem School of Arts Theatre Department is launching "One Monkey Don't Stop No Show" a consistently hilarious, emotionally stirring and beautifully written satirical comedy directed by Artistic Director Alfred Preisser. Written by Donald Evans, One Monkey Don't Stop No Show is a hilarious foray into 1970 Philadelphia, mixing romance, religion and the declining jazz scene into a completely unique comedic stew. This not-to-be-missed production drama stars HSAs Young Theatre Alliance Company.
The performance will run from May 13 through 15 at 7:00pm on Friday and Saturday, and 3:00pm Saturday and Sunday at the Harlem School of the Arts, The Herb Alpert Center, HSA Theatre, 645 Saint Nicholas Avenue. Tickets go on sale April 20, 2016 ($20 in advance, $25 at the door; $18 Group Rates; $10 Students & Seniors). The production is open to the public and suitable for ages 12 and up.
|May 14, Saturday - May 15, Sunday||The Essence of Meditation (Limitless Health Institute)
3:00 PM at Atmananda Yoga, 67 Irving place, 2nd Floor, NYC
Admission: $125 for the weekend Tickets: http://tiny.cc/EssenceOfMeditation
Authentic Tibetan meditation techniques are used to understand more about each stage the mind must travel through in a single meditation session. Je Tsongkapa’s Great Book on the Steps of the Path (Lam-rim chenmo, c1402) teaches us the ingredients of a successful meditation that gives rise to more compassion and peace in our lives! Learn each traditional practice that prepares the mind, body, and environment to develop the perfect conditions to achieve quietude and special insight at the highest level of concentration. Features a special chart on the stages of meditation designed by Kyabje Trijang Rinpoche (c1960). Venerable Chunzom, Buddhist Nun, Founder of Limitless Health Institute, and Licensed Creative Arts Therapist. She designs and produces programs that give youth, professionals, and others opportunities to reach their dreams through acts of kindness. Recently she completed a 3yr meditation retreat embracing silence and solitude. Proceeds from this event will in part benefit free arts programs for urban youth at Limitless Health Institute. For info about scholarships for this retreat contact HelpPeople@LimitlessHealthInstitute.org
|May 14, Saturday - May 15, Sunday||The Essence of Meditation at Atmananda Yoga Studio (Limitless Health Institute)
3PM, 11AM at 67 Irving Place, bet. E. 18th/19th Streets, 2nd floor
Admission: $125 Tickets: https://www.evensi.us/the-essence-of-meditation-atmananda-yoga-studio/174508567
Authentic Tibetan meditation techniques are used to understand more about each stage the mind must travel through in a s ingle meditation session. Come meditate with Venerable Chunzom @ Atmananda Yoga Studio #67 Irving place, NYC Weekend Retreat May 14 3-9pm & May 15 11-5pm $150 for both days; $75 for one day Proceeds of this event will in part benefit free arts programs for urban youth at Limitless Health Institute.
For info about scholarships for this retreat contact HelpPeople@LimitlessHealthInstitute.org http://mandaladharma.com/ Je Tsongkapa’s Great Book on the Steps of the Path (Lam-rim chenmo, c1402) teaches us the ingredients of a successful meditation that gives rise to more compassion and peace in our lives! Learn each traditional practice that prepares the mind, body, and environment to develop the perfect conditions to achieve quietude and special insight at the highest level of concentration. Features a special chart on the stages of meditation designed by Kyabje Trijang Rinpoche (c1960).
|May 16, Monday||Ballet Hispanico Announces "Carnaval" 2016 Gala to Benefit Programs That Celebrate Latino Culture Through Dance at The Plaza Hotel in New York - 5/16 (Michelle Tabnick Communications)|
6:30 PM at The Plaza Hotel
None: $1,000-$25,000 Tickets: https://www.ballethispanico.org/support/gala
BALLET HISPÁNICO Announces “Carnaval” 2016 Gala to Benefit Programs That Celebrate Latino Culture Through Dance Honoring RICHARD E. FELDMAN, President of the SHS Foundation LINDA CELESTE SIMS, Ballet Hispánico Alumna & Principal Dancer of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater at The Plaza Hotel in New York on Monday, May 16, 2016 at 6:30pm New York, NY – April 19, 2016 – On Monday, May 16, 2016, Ballet Hispánico proudly honors Richard E. Feldman with the Civic Inspiration Award and Linda Celeste Sims with the Nuestra Inspiración Award at its annual Gala in The Plaza Hotel’s Grand Ballroom, 768 Fifth Avenue, NYC. Cocktails begin at 6:30pm and dinner and dancing commence at 7:30pm. Proceeds, which last year totaled just over $1.1M, benefit the creation of new Company works, need-based financial aid and merit scholarships in the Ballet Hispánico School of Dance, and community arts education programs. “Carnaval,” the inspiration for this year's gala, is a beloved Latino celebration of life through music and dance. The evening will feature performances by the Ballet Hispánico Company, the rising stars of second company BHdos and students of the Ballet Hispánico School of Dance, along with live music by Latin band Los Hacheros.
|May 17, Tuesday||An Unseen Visitor: an evening of ten-minute plays (Athena Theatre)
7:00 PM at Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Peter Norton Symphony Space
Admission: $25 Tickets: http://www.symphonyspace.org/event/9247/Theatre/an-unseen-visitor-an-evening-of-
Athena Theatre in association with TARTE - Turkish American Repertory Theater & Entertainment invites you to An Unseen Visitor: an evening of ten-minute plays Tuesday, May 17th 2016 at 7PM Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Peter Norton Symphony Space 2537 Broadway at 95th Street, NYC Athena Theatre's playwriting group, "Athena Writes," selected ten playwrights and assembled them for a one-year exploration of the theme "An Unseen Visitor". It centers on Athena Theatre's commitment to supporting new works that push the boundaries of live theatre.
|May 20, Friday - May 22, Sunday||Left Forum 2016 Conference (Left Forum)
3:00 PM at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, CUNY
Admission: $15 - $80 Tickets: http://www.leftforum.org/civicrm/event/info?id=897&reset=1&id=897&reset=1
Now celebrating its 12th year, Left Forum is the largest annual conference in the United States of the broad spectrum of left and progressive intellectuals, activists, organizations and the interested public. Each year thousands of conference participants come together in New York City to discuss pressing local, national and global issues; to better understand commonalities and differences, and alternatives to current predicaments; or to share ideas to help build social movements to transform the world. Featured Speakers:Slavoj Zizek, Immortal Technique,Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, Kshama Sawant,August Nimitz, Chris Hedges, Amy Goodman,Laura Flanders, Medea Benjamin,Tariq Ali ...And Over One Thousand Speakers
|May 21, Saturday||6th Annual Hearts of Gold Walk for Kids 2016 (Hearts of Gold)
9 AM at Riverside Park (enter at 83rd and Riverside Drive)
The Hearts of Gold Walk for Kids allows us to provide educational and other much needed supplies for the children we serve at Hearts of Gold. We are recruiting WALK FOR KIDS AMBASSADORS! ALL are welcome to “walk” -- Moms, Dads, Aunts, Uncles, Sisters, Brothers, Cousin’s, Classmate’s, Etc. RIVERSIDE PARK – NYC Hearts of Gold Walk Ambassadors will receive: • A pin identifying them as a Hearts of Gold Walk for KIDS Ambassador • A certificate stating service hours contributed to Hearts of Gold • Raise $25 or more get a T shirt ~ $100 or more get at Starbucks gift card ~ $150 or more iTunes gift card ~ $200 or more TD Bank gift card • The gratitude of the children and moms who will benefit from your support of HEARTS of GOLD
|June 1, Wednesday - June 5, Sunday||Sidra Bell Dance New York (Baruch Performing Arts Center)
7:30 PM at Baruch Performing Arts Center
None: $10 - $30 Tickets: Phone: 212-352-3101, online or at the door
Award-winning dance theater company Sidra Bell Dance New York is collaborating with electronic sound artist and Juilliard trained Alexey Gorokholinsky for the exciting world premiere of their new piece L O S T L A N G U A G E at the Baruch Performing Arts Center. L O S T L A N G U A G E physicalizes the memories, and histories of its performers to create a mysterious, yet electrifying evening of images and stories with great currency. Tickets by phone: 212-352-3101 or online by clicking here. Baruch Performing Arts Center is located at 55 Lexington Ave. (enter on 25th St. between Third and Lexington Avenues). Transportation: Subway - 6 train at 23rd St., Bus - M23 Crosstown at Lexington, M101, M102 or M103 at 23rd St.
|June 4, Saturday||Go Green! Greenpoint (Town Square Inc.)
1:00 pm at McCarren Park
None: Free To The Public Tickets: https://go-green-bk-2016-exhibitors.eventbrite.com
SAVE THE DATE for GO GREEN! Brooklyn Festival Saturday, June 4, 1-5 PM ~ RAIN OR SHINE! McCarren P ark Greenpoint/Williamsburg, Brooklyn We can hardly wait for the 9th Annual Go Green! Brooklyn Festival in beautiful McCarren Park in early June. Go Green is a fun and informative day of exhibits and activities promoting Earth Day values for the thousands of park-goers who traditionally enjoy McCarren Park on a nice summer day. Does your mission help our environment? Do your products or services feature recycled, upcycled, organic materials or are otherwise fitting in with an Earth day theme? Are you interested in reaching a broad audience in exciting Greenpoint and Williamsburg, Brooklyn? Go Green! is the festival for you! To exhibit at Go Green! Greenpoint 2016, please apply at https://go-green-bk-2016-exhibitors.eventbrite.com. Applications will be reviewed on a first-come basis. For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.gogreenbk.nyc.
|June 4, Saturday - June 5, Sunday||Out of the Darkness Overnight Walk to #StopSuicide (American Foundation for Suicide Prevention)
2:00pm at Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum
Admission: $0-$1000 Tickets: Registration Required
The Out of the Darkness Overnight Walk supports the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. From sun down to sun up thousands will walk through NYC to support the fight to #StopSuicide. The Overnight Walk is a fundraising event. Walkers must register ahead of time and must raise $1000 ($700 for student/military) and pay a $50 registration fee ($35 for student/military). Registered crew members (people who work the event) must pay the same registration fee, but do not have a fundraising minimum. Volunteers do not pay or raise anything.
|June 4, Saturday - June 5, Sunday||Park Slope Singers Concert: Paradise Lost, Paradise Regained (Park Slope Singers)
3:00 PM at Park Slope & Bay Ridge
Admission: $15 & $10 Tickets: At the door and www.parkslopesingers.bpt.me
Join the Park Slope Singers for a program of songs linked to themes of loss and renewal. Dusty Francis has selected music from a range of styles and periods, from traditional airs to choral settings by Brahms, Vaughn Williams, and Stephen Paulus. These pieces share the depth and poignancy evoked by our common experience of living with an awareness of mortality. We will be performing two concerts of this program. June 4 @ 3pm in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn at Church of the Good Shepherd. This is part of the Art on the Corner series. Tickets for this concert can only be purchased at the door. June 5 @ 3pm in Park Slope, Brooklyn at St. Saviour Church. Tickets for this concert (June 5 in Park Slope) are available at the door or online at our website. There will be a reception after each of the concerts. Please join us for snacks, drinks, and conversation. More information about this concert and the chorus is available at www.parkslopesingers.org.
|June 25, Saturday - June 26, Sunday||Rhinebeck Arts Festival (Artrider Productions)
10 AM - 5PM at Dutchess County Fairgrounds
Admission: $10, Seniors $9 Tickets: Tickets sold at the gate
The Rhinebeck Arts Festival is back!
See 200 of America’s best independent artists and craftspeople in the heart of the beautiful Hudson Valley along with great live music, specialty food and family activities.
No pets are allowed on site.
|August 6, Saturday - August 7, Sunday||Putnam County Wine & Food Fest (Greenergy Productions, LLC)
11:00 AM at Beaver Creek Equestrian Center, 683 Route 311, Patterson, NY
Admission: $25.00 Wine Tastings Tickets: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/putnam-county-wine-food-fest-tickets-21034310188?ref
Get ready for the sixth annual Putnam County Wine & Food Fest,– The most fun you will have all Summer long! Live music, great food, and the best wine and spirits New York has to offer! Come sample wines and spirits from some of New York’s and beyond most renowned producers, or enjoy a cold craft or local beer in the beer garden. Bring a blanket and some lawn chairs and enjoy savory foods while rocking to the rhythmic sounds of live music. There will be arts and crafts, exhibits, and more entertainment than you can shake a stick at – even for the kids. So, bring the whole family and enjoy a day full of fun and entertainment!