Volume 76, Number 48 | April 25 - May1, 2007

EVENTS

Check Your Cool, Check out free comedy every Tuesday at 8pm presented by Claudia Cogan, Jiwon Li and John F. O’Donnell. They will be joined by different comedians weekly. PARKSIDE LOUNGE, 317 E. Houston St., corner of Attorney St. Free.

Credit Seminar, Offered by Iron Mortgage. Thurs., March 29 at 6pm. MCBURNEY YMCA, 125 W. 14th St. RSVP to Olympia at 212-520-2644 x202. Refreshments will be served.

The Edifice Complex on the LES, A public tour examining the edifices of the Lower East Side. Sun., April 8 at 11:30am. $18, $16 students & seniors, $2 off with pre-registration. Meet in front of Abrons Art Center, 466 Grand St., corner of Pitt. Presented by the Lower East Side Jewish Conservancy. lesconservancy@aol.com.

Holistic Stress Management Program, Free services include ear acupuncture, massage and energy work modalities. Tues. & Thurs. from 5-7pm. ST. VINCENT’S HOSPITAL, O’Toole Building, 203 W. 12th St., corner of 7th Ave., 6th floor, small conference room. No appointment necessary. 212-345-2582.

INDWELLING: Living in a Female Body, A three-day event sponsored by The Women’s Therapy Centre Institute dedicated to women and their struggle for self-acceptance in today’s body-conscious society. Fri., March 23 from 6-8pm: Reception & photography exhibition. Sat., March 24 from 12-6pm: Author of “The Vagina Monologues,” Eve Ensler, will be honored; Viewing and discussion of two short films; Music by Betty and much more. Sun., March 25 from 1-3pm: Gallery Talk by photographer and Cooper Union School of Art Professor Margaret Morton. THE GREAT HALL, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, The Foundation Building, 7 E. 7th St. at 3rd Ave. Friday & Saturday, $25. Sunday, free.

P.S. 41 Fundraiser, This year’s theme, “Journey to the Orient,” features complimentary dim sum and a cash bar. Silent auction at 7pm with live auction at 9pm. All proceeds directly benefit this Greenwich Village school’s educational enrichment programs. Thurs., March 22. Takes place at the PUCK BUILDING, Grand Ballroom. $50 in advance, $60 at the door. 212-741-1099. president@ps41pta.org. www.ps41pta.org/index.html.

Spring Auction, The Thunderbird American Indian Dancers present their 28th annual Spring Auction featuring Native American jewelry, pottery and other hand-crafted items. All proceeds go to the American Indian Scholarship Fund. Sat., March 24 at 2pm. Preview at 1pm. AMERICAN INDIAN COMMUNITY HOUSE, 11 Broadway, 2nd floor. Free admission. 201-587-9633.

Washington Square Walking Tour, The annual Women’s History Month tour. Learn how women left their mark on the Washington Square neighborhood and the world. Sun., March 25 at 1pm. $15/$12. Meet at the Washington Arch, 5th Ave. south of 8th St. Presented by Joyce Gold History Tours of New York. 212-242-5762.

Yoga & Meditation, Classic Hatha Yoga everyday at 10am and 6pm and Mon. - Fri. at 12pm. First 2 classes are free. Yoga for Children, Wednesdays, 4-4:40pm ages 3-6 and 4:45-5:30pm ages 6-10. RAMAKRISHNANANDA YOGA VEDANATA MISSION, 96 Ave. B bet 6th & 7th Sts. 646-436-7010. www.ramakrishnananda.com.

FAMILY

April Fools Family Storytelling, Barbara Aliprantis, Robin Bady and Bobaloo Basey present musical stories of tricksters, fools and more in celebration of Spring. Sun., April 1 at 3pm. THE PROVINCETOWN PLAYHOUSE, 133 MacDougal St., just south of Washington Square Park. $5, children free. Ages 5+. 212-998-5867. ed.theatre@nyu.edu.

The Further Adventures of Uncle Wiggily, Hurricane Katrina forces a child from her home in New Orleans and leaves her in a strange new world with distant relatives in New York. Musical is based on the book “The Further Adventures of Uncle Wiggily: Windblown Visitors,” by Laurel Hessing. Thru March 25; Fri. at 8pm; Sat. & Sun. at 3pm. THEATER FOR THE NEW CITY, Joyce & Seward Johnson Theater, 155 1st Ave. at 10th St. $12, $5 kids. 212-254-1109. www.theaterforthenewcity.net.

Pinkalicious, The Musical Pinkalicious can’t stop eating pink cupcakes despite warnings from her parents. This eventually lands her in the doctor’s office with a case of Pinkititis, an affliction that turns her pink from head to toe. In the end, only Pinkalicios can get herself out of this predicament. Open run. Sat. & Sun. at noon. SOHO PLAYHOUSE, 15 Vandam St., bet Varick St. & 6th Ave. $25. 212-691-1555. www.sohoplayhouse.com. Ages 3-12.

The Rubin Museum of Art, 150 W. 17th St., 212-620-5000 x344, www.rmanyc.org: MUSICAL BREATHING, Saxophonist Andrew Sterman teaches how to transform breath into music. Sat., March 24 from 2-3:30pm. Call to register at least 24-hours in advance. Free with museum admission.

Summer Art Colony, Children ages 6-12 work with professional artists and learn how to truly create. One and two week classes available in a variety of themes, including Ceramics, Animation, Comics, Pinhole Photography, Claymation, Puppetry, Drawing, Textiles and more. Students will visit a museum or gallery and will exhibit their own works in an art show. July 9 - Aug. 31. Classes are Mon. - Fri.; from 10am - 4pm with supervised playtime available before and after. $500 - $1000 per class with registration before April 15. CHILDREN’S MUSEUM OF THE ARTS, 182 Lafayette St. 212-274-0986. www.cmany.org.

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