Volume 17 Issue 29 | Dec. 10 -16, 2004
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council
One Wall Street Court, 2nd Floor 212-219-9401 www.lmcc.net
Gist: Next Generation Americana A display of sentences randomly created by a computer will be projected onto the storefront windows of the Deutsche Bank. Creator, Carl Skelton hopes to portray Americas persistent hope in the promise of technology. Thru December at 60 Wall Street.
South Street Seaport
Fulton and South Streets 212-748-8786 www.southstseaport.org
New york Story exchange Audiences of all ages are invited to join Barbara Aliprantis and guest storytellers for Tellabration 2004. Story topics will include migration journeys, family gatherings, traditional harvest myths, and folktales. Sun, Nov. 21 from 1-4pm. Museum, 12 Fulton St. Free with paid admission. 212-748-8735.
Stuyvesant High School Community Center
345 Chambers Street 212-267-9700 ext. 342 www.ccshs.com
2004 Fall class schedule Partake in a variety of activities. Pre-registration is required. 10 week sessions. Individual and Youth members, $75. Non-members, $150. Seniors, $75.
Adult Art - Figure Drawing. Thursdays beginning Oct. 14 from 7:15-9:15pm.
African Dance Workout. Sundays beginning Oct. 10 from 1:15-2:30pm.
Tai Chi. Thursdays beginning Oct. 14 from 7:15-8:15pm.
Tuesday Evening Hour
49 Fulton Street 212-385-3650
Slide show lecture The Mouth of the Amazon - From Brooklyn to Belem, Brazil with educator and photo-documentarian, Anthony Almeida. Nov. 23 at 6:30 pm. $2 donation.
Wall Street Rising Downtown Information Center
25 Broad Street 212-425-INFO firstname.lastname@example.org www.downtowninfocenter.org
Art Downtown: Connecting Collections Four perspectives by Mikhail Baryshnikov, Danny Simmons & Russell Simmons, Diane VonFurstenberg, and Robert Wilson will be presented including selections from the world-renowned Deutsche Bank Art Collection. Grand Banking Center, 48 Wall St. Tues. - Fri. from 12-7pm and Sat. & Sun. from noon-5pm. Thru Dec. 10.
Protecting your privacy Eric J. Gertler, author of Prying Eyes: Protect Your Privacy From People Who Sell, will discuss how your privacy has been compromised in the post 9/11 world and will also reveal how you can protect your privacy today. Mon, Nov. 22 from 6:30 to 7:30pm.
Holiday toy drive Everyone is invited to bring a new, unwrapped toy to the Downtown Information Center for The United States Marine Corps who will distribute them to needy children in the community. Mon, Nov. 22 - Tues, Dec. 21 from 11am - 7pm.
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