Out & About

| 08 Aug 2016 | 11:21

    Thu 11

    Community Board 7250 West 87th St.

    6:30 p.m.

    Preservation Committee, Jay Adolf and Gabrielle Palitz, Co-Chairs


    ‘Othelo’Soldiers’ & Sailors’ Monument Plaza, North Patio, Riverside Drive and 89th Street

    Thu-Sun, 6:30 p.m. Pay what you can

    Hudson Warehouse’s 13th season of classical theater


    Fri 12

    Bridge ClubRiverside Library, 127 Amsterdam Ave.

    10 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

    Are you a Bridge buff? Put your game face on and show off your best plays. Join the fun and meet new friends! All players welcome!


    History Mysteries Scavenger Hunt: Summer of HamiltonNew-York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West, between 76th and 77th Streets

    6-8 p.m. Free with admission on pay-as-you-wish Friday evenings. First come, first served.

    Objects associated with Alexander Hamilton are the stars on this whirlwind tour of the New-York Historical Society.


    Sat 13

    RCTA Sunset Concert: Samba96th Street Tennis Courts, Hudson River at 97th Street

    11 p.m.-1 a.m. Free

    Sabor Brasil, led by Vanderlei and Susan Pereira, plays Brazilian samba and cool bossa nova. Dance on the grass in the dark along the river.


    Tisha B’Av West End Synagogue, 190 Amsterdam Avenue

    8 p.m.

    An observance, with a text study session led by Rabbi Marc Margolius on the critical role that “healthy grieving” plays in the Jewish path towards personal and communal repair, healing and wholeness.

    212-579-0777, ext. 220. www.westendsynagogue.org

    Sun 14

    Choral EvensongThe Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine, Amsterdam and 112th Street

    4-5 p.m.

    Choral evening prayer in the tradition of the great Cathedrals of the Anglican Communion. Preces and responses, anthems, and canticles sung by the Cathedral Choir.

    Envisioning the Future of Ethical CultureNYSEC 2 West 64th St.

    11 a.m. Free

    How do we imagine our future? What are our goals and how can we realize them? The world needs a more ethical culture. Let’s recommit ourselves and make it happen.

    212-874-5210. nysec.org

    Mon 15

    Harlem/Havana Festival: Photography & Art ExhibitHarlem Hospital Mural Pavilion, West 136 Street & Malcolm X Boulevard

    11 a.m.-6 p.m. Free. Festival runs through Aug. 21

    Photography & Art Exhibit: Harlem and Cuba-based artists and photographers showcase unique images of Cuba, featuring the work of Eduardo Roca “Choco” Salazar


    SummerStage Kids: Ray’s Old School New School Hip HopMorningside Park (90 Morningside Drive)

    10:30-11:30 a.m. Free

    Ray F. Davis is a performer, choreographer and teacher born in Kingston, Jamaica, and currently residing in the Bronx.


    Tue 16

    Gringo Trails Screening + Panel DiscussionHostelling International, 891 Amsterdam Ave

    8-10 p.m. Free

    Film explores the global impact of tourism on the environment, the economy and local cultures. Will be followed by a panel discussion

    (646) 766 1523

    Alpha BlondyMarcus Garvey Park (West 124th Street and Madison Avenue)

    7-9 p.m. Free

    The songs cover a wide range of topics from awakening spiritually all the way to the current state of politics. Alpha Blondy’s uplifting energy and free-spirited music make him a must-see act.


    Wed 17

    Book SwapBloomingdale Library, 150 West 100th Street

    6 p.m.

    Bring your new or gently used books, audiobooks, CDs, and DVDs (children’s materials are also welcome) to swap and chat with other readers.


    ‘Ex Machina’St. Michael’s Church, 225 West 99th St.

    7-9:30 p.m. Free

    Screening of the Oscar-nominated film followed by a discussion led by Shannon Hackett.