DATE: SEPTEMBER 18 –THURSDAYS TILL 10 PM @ BROOKLYN MUSEUM
6:30PM Gallery Tour: Egypt Reborn
6:30 PM Conversation: WNYC Book Festival. – Join us for stories about literary communities of Kings County, from Walt Whitman’s Fort Greene to Edwidge Danticats’s Flatbush. Presented by WNYC in conjunction with the Brooklyn Book Festival, hosted by Mythili Rao, book editor and producer of the Takeway.
Bring your friends and families each and every Thursday for great art, great food, and fascinating programs that intrigue and engage. Explore the superb collections – from ancient Egyptian masterpieces to contemporary art. And don’t miss Killer Heels: The Art of the High Heeled Shoe which opened on September 10th to knock off the fall season
VENUE: Brooklyn Museum
TIME: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
DATE: THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 18TH
Grand Opening of “THURSDAYS@DTH”
Explore the artistic process of creating a mew ballet with Dance Theater of Harlem company and choreographer Darrell Grand Moultrie
VENUE: 1466 W 152 ST
Harlem NY 10031
UNIQLO FREE FRIDAYS AT MOMA
Admission is free for all visitors during UNIQLO Free Friday Nights; a ticket permits you to all other Museum galleries, exhibitions, and films.
TIME: 4:00 – 8:00 P.M.
VENUE: Museum of Modern Art – MoMA
11 West 53 St. New York
DATE: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13TH
FREE HOME BUYER SEMINARS @ BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY
You are invited to attend and learn everything from A to Z about the Home Buying & Mortgage Financing process.
Hosted by Phillip-Neri Benn who specializes in Home Buyer Representation.
Only 20 FREE Seats Available Each Session.
For more information call: 347-526-3501
Everyone Must RSVP Via Email: NYRealty411@yahoo.com
VENUE: Brooklyn Public Library Linden Ave Branch
22 Linden Blvd, Brooklyn, NY 11226
Between Flatbush Ave & Bedford Ave
Date: Saturday September 13th
TIME: 11AM to 1PM
DATE: SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 21ST
45Th African American Day Parade Harlem NY 2014
Grand Marshals: Mayor Bill de Blasio, Rev. Al Sharpton, David Paterson, David Dinkins and Dr. Adelaide Sanford, Congressman Charles Rangel, Imam Izal-El M. Pasha, Lillian Roberts. The New York African American Day Parade starts at 111th Street and follows a route northbound along Adam Clayton Powell Jr Boulevard down to 136th Street.
TIME: 1:00pm – 4:00pm
DATE: SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21
Brooklyn Book Festival
TIME: 10:00am – 6:00pm
VENUE: Brooklyn Borough Hall
Admission is FREE
DATE: SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 21ST
“OPEN HOUSE” Two Family Brick Home FOR SALE
1191 E 48 St. Brooklyn NY 11234
Between Kings Highway & Ave I
Description: Attached Garage, Carport, Front & Rear Porch, Backyard,
Hardwood Floors, Jacuzzi and much more
TIME: 3:00 PM – 4 PM
For more information 347-526-3501 or email: NYRealty411@yahoo.com
TARGET FREE SUNDAYS @ STUDIO MUSEUM HARLEM
Do make plans to visit and tour the art exhibitions, join in on discussions and Hands-On-Workshops for the entire family. This is a shared commitment to engage the community and offer a vital cultural experience.
Time 1:00PM – 6:00PM
VENUE: 144 West 125th Street, Harlem New York,
For more information call: 212-864-4500
BRIC 2014 MEDIA COURSES – Learn the following skills
Television Studio Production
Mini-Studio Production Video Production in the Field
Video Editing with Premiere
Web Video Production
Introduction to Graphic Design
Motion Graphics With After Affects
Audio Production in the Studio
Audio Production in the Field
Audio Editing with Audition
Intro to Digital Photography
For more info: http://www.BRICartsmedia.org/bme
IFETATO CULTURAL ARTS ACADEMY COURSES
Celebrating twenty-five years of service to young people in New York and internationally. Ifetayo is currently accepting registration for their 2014 – 2015 Classes.
For more information visit their website: http://ifetayo.com/
UPCOMING ATTRACTIONS IN NEW YORK
DATE: THURSDAY OCT. 9TH through SUNDAY OCT. 12TH
Tyler Perry’s play “Hell Hath No Fury Like A Woman Scorned” will take the Beacon Theater stage for six performances Thursday October 9th through Sunday October 12th
Unpredictable and entertaining “Hell Hath No Fury Like A Woman Scorned” tells the story of Anita Lincoln, a successful single woman who cares for her family and friends, including her newly married younger sister Mona. There is only one thing missing from Anita’s life, a man. With help from her best friend Jasmine, Anita meets Randy on the internet – but Randy in not all he seems. After a trip to Las Vegas, the two get married and Anita begins to see the truth. Don’t miss the dramatic ending!
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