Volume 17 • Issue 20 | October 08 - 14, 2004

LISTINGS


EVENTS

SPLENDOR OF FLORENCE An eleven-day cultural festival meant to “inspire people to discover the importance of the traditions of the past.” Events will include lectures, concerts, artist workshops, films, photography, food, and a family day at various downtown locations including Pace University, The Winter Garden, and Stuyvesant High School. Above is a scene from the movie, Pontormo, starring Joe Mantegna. This film features a recreation of Pontormo’s final fresco, Coro of San Lorenzo. Sun, Oct. 10 at 7pm. Pace University, Schimmel Center, Spruce St.

The Neville Brothers, Art, Charles, Aaron and Cyril get together to perform at the River to River festival. The New Orleans natives formed their band in 1977 and are known for R & B greats, such as “Fiyo On The Bayou,” “Yellow Moon” and “Sister Rosa.” Weds, July 21, 7 p.m., Rockefeller Park, Battery Park City.

COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE, 645-9800: Buy shares in the bounty of produce of small New York State farmers, weekly deliveries of fresh produce, delivered through November, approx. $375 for six months, call for more info.

Downtown nyc river to river festival 2004, various locations, rivertoriverNYC.com: Go to the website for general information about R2R events throughout the Summer.

Hudson river park, 212-533-PARK: Call for information about “Take Me To The River 2004” events at the park through the end of August.

PRABHUPADA SANKIRTAN SOCIETY, 48 Ave. B, 888-hungry-5: Sun.–Sunday Love Feast, a social feast of gourmet vegetarian dishes, free, 6-8 p.m.

South street seaport, Fulton & South Streets, 212-SEA-PORT: Through October-The Seaport Antique Market, more than 200 dealers sell their wares on the second & fourth Sunday of each month, 10 a.m.-7 p.m., free admission.

Watson adventures, various locations, 212-726-1529: Scavenger hunts around the city for adults, dates for hunts include June 5 & 10, hunts are held in the afternoon and evenings, call for specific schedule and information, $15-$25/person.

DRUMMING AT THE WATERFRONT Teens practice basic drumming rhythms with Maguette Camarra, program leader with the Battery Park City Parks Conservancy. Tuesdays at 4. Rockefeller Park. Free.

COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE, 645-9800: Buy shares in the bounty of produce of small New York State farmers, weekly deliveries of fresh produce, delivered through November, approx. $375 for six months, call for more info.

The lesbian, gay, bisexual & transgender community center, 208 West 13th St., 212-620-7310: Call for details about upcoming events at the Center.

PRABHUPADA SANKIRTAN SOCIETY, 48 Ave. B, 888-hungry-5: Sun.–Sunday Love Feast, a social feast of gourmet vegetarian dishes, free, 6-8 p.m.

South street seaport, Fulton & South Streets, 212-SEA-PORT: Through October-The Seaport Antique Market, more than 200 dealers sell their wares on the second & fourth Sunday of each month, 10 a.m.-7 p.m., free admission.

OUR LADY OF POMPEII CHURCH, 25 Carmine St., 633-9868: Sat. & Sun.–Antique/flea market, 10 a.m.-dark.

The sporting club, 99 Hudson St., 212-219-0900: Call about events & availability to use this 5,000 square foot space for events in this great sports club.

Wall street rising downtown information center, 25 Broad St., 212-425-INFO: Call for information on events taking place at the Information Center and around the Downtown Area.



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