Out & About

| 03 Aug 2015 | 11:00

    Fri 7

    Horror Movie Date NightDamrosch Park, Amsterdam Avenue and West 62 St.

    10:45 p.m. Free

    Experience a silent screening of the beloved cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show through

    wireless headphones, as part of Lincoln Center’s Out of Doors program.



    Denitia and SeneHearst Plaza, 10 Lincoln Center Plaza

    7 p.m. Free

    Enjoy the beats of musical duo Denitia and Sene as they perform various music styles ranging

    from pop to R&B as part of Lincoln Center’s Out of Doors program.



    Sat 8

    Saturday Afternoon Movie: To Kill A MockingbirdSt. Agnes Library, 444 Amsterdam Ave.

    2 p.m. Free.

    The Oscar-winning film based on Harper Lee’s 1960s classic To Kill A Mockingbird



    Antigona in New York CityWest Park Presbyterian Church, 165 West 86th St.

    8:30 p.m. $20-$50

    Make sure to catch one of the final performances of the Bessie Award-nominated

    New York City tour.



    Sun 9

    Sunday Meeting: Who Do You Think You Are?NYSEC at 2 West 64th St.

    11p.m. Free

    Participate in a discussion that will reflect on how people’s beliefs and how they either limit or

    expand our ability to interact with the world. Please arrive at least one hour in advance.

    212-874-5210, x 107


    An Evening with Lyle Lovett and his Large BandDamrosch Park, Amsterdam Avenue and West 62 Street

    7p.m. Free

    Listen to Lyle Lovett and his band perform jazz pieces then shift seamlessly to grassroot folk, as part of Americanafest NYC.



    Mon 10

    Lincoln Center Neighborhood Center Writers GroupRiverside Library, 127 Amsterdam Ave.

    1:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. Free

    Reveal your inner poet and share pieces of poems or prose to a group of like-minded artists. The writers group is sponsored by the “Poets and Writers” magazine.



    Economic Justice Hevra MeetingB’nai Jeshurun, 257 West 88th St.

    6:30p.m.-8:45p.m. Free

    Get involved in the Justice for Farmworkers Campaign by attending a meeting that will educate the community’s understanding of ethical consumption to include immigrant laborers, the subjects of the soon-to-be-passed Farmworkers Fair Labor Practices Act.



    Tue 11

    Financial Strategies for Keeping Fossil Fuels in the GroundThe Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew, 263 West 86th St.

    7 p.m.-9:30p.m. Free

    Attend a panel, in which local Councilwoman Helen Rosenthal is included, about potential strategies that the city might pursue in its efforts to keep fossil fuels in the ground and thwart global warming.



    Conversational Sign Language “Signed English”Riverside Library, 127 Amsterdam Ave


    Learn basic conversational signs that can be usefully applied in everyday communication in only six sessions. Participants must commit to all 6 sessions and the workshop is limited to 8 participants only.



    Wed 12

    40s + 50s Cocktails on the RoofJCC Manhattan, 334 Amsterdam Ave., at 76th Street

    7 p.m.-9 p.m. $20 for members, $25.00 for the public

    Have the city as your backdrop while enjoying cocktails and great music in the scenic setting of the JCC rooftop terrace.



    Bloomingdale Neighborhood TourSouth End of Straus Park, 106th Street and Broadway

    6 p.m. Free

    Explore the culturally, spiritually, technologically enlightening aspects of Bloomingdale in a detailed tour led by Jim Mackin.



    Thu 13

    Create Your Own SuperheroSt. Agnes Library, 444 Amsterdam Ave.

    2p.m. Free

    Reward your child with the chance to create their very own superhero from the ground up, drawing up backstories for their creations, designing their logos, constructing their own capes, and much more.



    Leader Lunch Discussion: “Animal Magnetism”NYSEC at 2 West 64th St.

    Have lunch with Dr. Anne Klaeysen, a leader of NYSEC, and discuss the contents of relevant

    articles that will be distributed at the event.

    Noon-1:30p.m. Free