Volume 17 • Issue 22 | October 22 - 28, 2004

LISTINGS


EVENTS

57 Murray St., 212-385-9005: Oct. 16-Roadhouse Roundup, benefit for former FDNY member Ralph Geidel, with raffles & entertainment, 7 p.m.-midnight, $10 suggested donation.

Battery park city neighborhood association, Liberty & Southend Ave. to Vesey St., 212-786-9070: Oct. 16-3rd Annual Battery Park City Block Party, rescheduled from the summer, with music by the TriBattery Pops, noon-5 p.m., free admission.

City hall area, Downtown, 212-889-0303: Oct. 13-NYC Animal Protection Lobby Day, learn how to lobby yout City Council member on animal friendly legislation, meet with them and attend a press conference on the City Hall steps, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., call to register.

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.

Fall for chelsea, various locations around Chelsea’s neighborhood, fallforchelsea.com, 212-691-6500, x259: Oct. 16-One day only community arts festival with theater, dance, visual arts, and special discount from 25 neighborhood shops and restaurants, event buttons are $5 each, children under 12 free, call or go to website for more information.

Financial community day festival series, Maiden Lane from Water to South St., 212-809-4900: Oct. 22-Series of street fairs during the week, featuring arts & crafts, food, merchandise, 11 a.m.-6 p.m., free admission.

Metropolitan Pavillion, 125 W. 18th St., Oct. 15-15, 11 a.m.-7 p.m., Oct. 17, 11 a.m.-6 p.m., 212-423-3267: “Photo New York 2004,” the 1st International New York Photographic Art Exposition, reception Oct. 14, 6-9 p.m., $10-$25, three day passes available, call for more information.

NCCJ Walk as one walkathon, Lower Manhattan Foley Square Park/Thomas Paine Park, 212-545-1300: Oct. 24-The National Conference for Community and Justice presents this 4th annual walf to fight bias and bigotry, 4 mile walk, call for details or go to gnywalkasone.org, starting at 9 a.m.

New york studio school, 8 W. 8th St., 212-673-6466: Oct. 14-40th Anniversary Benefit, with coctails, dining, dancing & art, also a special auction, call for more information.

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.

Theater for the new city, 155 First Ave., 212-254-1109: Oct. 31-28th Annual Village Halloween Costume ball, with underground stars & costume prizes, starting at 4 p.m., $20, costume or formal wear required.

Tonic, 107 Norfolk St., 212-560-0903: Oct. 18-Artists for Artists, exclusive performance gala benefit, performers include Eric Bogosian, Jacqueline Brogan & Elisa Davis among others, 6-10 p.m., $50.

Tribeca spiritual center, The Hallmark, 455 North End Ave., 917-887-4816: First & third Sunday of every month-Multifaith & mutlicultural services beginning at 11 a.m., free & open to the public.

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

The william harris school, P.S. 11, 21st St. between 8th & 9th Ave., 212-647-8647: Oct. 16-Chelsea Community Fall Festival, annual event embracing the Hispanic community in the area, featuring music, a bake sale, raffles, games and other family entertainment, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., free admission.

PRESCHOOL PLAY AT WAGNER PARK in Battery Park City – Every Mon., Tues, Wed, 10 am – noon.

NEXT MOVE Lunch Hour Chess (and Backgammon) — Mondays and Thursdays from Noon to 1:30 p.m. at “The Upper Room” in 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.

Millenium tribeca H.S., 75 Broad St., 212-628-0123: June 15-“A Taste of Millennium,” food tasting benefit for the High School, 7-9 p.m., $35.

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.

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.

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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