Blog Posts Categorized as"Events"

10/23/2020 Garden Like A Gravedigger With City Blossoms' DIY 'Terrorarium' Kit

Why settle for a regular terrarium this fall when you can build your own terrorarium filled with spookulents?  City Blossoms (62 Trinity Place) is giving…

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10/23/2020 Celebrate Dia De Los Muertos With The American Indian Museum’s Virtual Programming

The Mexican holiday of Dia de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead, is about remembering loved ones who have passed on, but it’s also…

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10/20/2020 Safely Enjoy Spooky Season At Governors Island's Pumpkin Point

Just because trick-or-treating will be a little more solitary this year doesn’t mean you have to let jack-o-lantern season pass you by. To celebrate autumn…

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10/16/2020 What Does Your New York Look Like? This Art Contest Wants To Know.

New York is a city of eight million stories, but what would it look like if it were only 100 people?  Artist Mona Chalabi has…

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10/07/2020 Race, Reconstruction, Voting Rights: Join Federal Hall For The Discussion

Wall Street’s Federal Hall is the site where George Washington was inaugurated in 1789, as well as where the first Congress met and the states…

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10/01/2020 'Washington's Nemesis' Exhibit Is The Stuff Of Lin-Manuel Miranda's Dreams

The Fraunces Tavern Museum (54 Pearl Street), maintaining its dedication to showcasing the history of the American Colonial era, will soon host a Zoom lecture…

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09/28/2020 Tyree Daye To Speak At Poets House Virtual Event

Tyree Daye is a much-celebrated poet and educator, and he’s joining Poets House for a reading next week. Poets House — the Lower Manhattan library…

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09/28/2020 Grab Your Art Supplies And Join These Drawing Sessions At South Cove

South Cove is one of Lower Manhattan’s lesser trafficked but most picturesque spots. The park looks out over the Hudson River and is surrounded by…

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09/24/2020 How Dutch Settlers Rationalized Slavery: Highlights From 'The Other Side Of Wall Street'

This month marked the first webinar, co-hosted by the Downtown Alliance and LMHQ, to highlight Lower Manhattan’s history and potential future. Kicking off our programming…

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09/09/2020 LMHQ's Women’s Breakfast: Steps To Civic Advocacy And Beyond

COVID may make us feel increasingly helpless, but there’s still plenty we can do to make sure our voices are heard. November’s federal elections are critical…

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