Volume 73, Number 42 | February 18 - 24, 2004

LISTINGS



EVENTS

Aesthetic realism foundation, 141 Greene St., 212-777-4490: Feb. 22-“Ethics is a Living Thing,” theatrical events continue by Eli Siegal, 2:30 p.m., $10.

Carnevale in little italy, various locations along Mulberry St., 212-302-0551 or got to littleitalynyconline.org: Feb. 20-22-Celebrate Mardi Gras in Little Italy along Mulberry Street, with numerous restaurants offering special menus, fixed price meals at many locations, call for information.

COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE, 645-9800: Buy shares in the bounty of produce of small New York State farmers, weekly deliveries of fresh produce, delivered through November, approx. $375 for six months, call for more info.

Gramercy garden antiques show, Armory in Gramercy Park, 212-699-9024: Feb. 27-29-Antiques show provides the first burst of Springtime in Manhattan, Fri.-Sat., 11 a.m.-7 p.m., Sun., 11 a.m.-5 p.m., $12.

Greenwich village antiquarian bookfair, 490 Hudson Street at Christopher St., 212-675-8151: Feb. 20-22-The 25th Annual Greenwich Village Antiquarian Bookfair, a benefit for the arts programs of P.S. 3, Feb. 20, 6-10 p.m., Feb. 21, noon-7 p.m., Feb. 22, noon-5 p.m., call for mre information.

Love downtown, various locations, 212-835-2763: Feb.-Take advantage of various Valentine’s Day offers at numerous Downtown hotels, restaurants and shops, courtesy of the Downtown Alliance, call for info or go to DowntownNY.com.

PRABHUPADA SANKIRTAN SOCIETY, 48 Ave. B, 888-hungry-5: Sun.–Sunday Love Feast, a social feast of gourmet vegetarian dishes, free, 6-8 p.m.

Theater for the new city, 155 First Ave., 212-254-1109: Feb. 20-22-Thunderbird American Indian Dancer, dance concert & Pow-Wow, Fri., 8 p.m., Sat.-Sun., 2 & 5 p.m., $10.

Village crafts americana, 20 Washington Square North, 212-243-5378: Feb. 27-29-The Caring Community proudly presents a gathering of designer American crafts & works on paper, all proceeds go to support the Caring Community, who serve the elderly community of NYC, Fri., 5-10 p.m., Sat., 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Sun., 11 a.m.-7 p.m., free admission.

AT THE SEAPORT: Dancing to Afro-Caribbean Latin music performed by members of Carambu and Patakin. Seaport Museum, Schermerhorn Row, 12 Fulton St. , Fri., Feb. 27, 7-9 pm. 212-748-8786.

ANTIQUARIAN BOOKFAIR – The 25th annual Greenwich Village event brings 65 booksellers from around the Northeast displaying first editions and rare or unusual books of literature, history, art and more. Pictured above are Rebecca and Shirley Solomon who own Paegant Books, a participant. A fundraiser for PS 3 it will be held at the school, 490 Hudson St. - Feb. 20-22. Fri, 6-10 pm; Sat., noon-7 pm, Sun., noon-5 pm.

The downtown glee club, 74 Trinity Place, second floor, 516-248-7549: Jan. 20, 27, Feb. 3, 10-Open Auditions for male singers, all voice parts, for performing the Glee Club’s Spring concert in May, call or go to www.downtowngleeclub.org for information.

The educational alliance art school, 197 E. Broadway, 212-780-2300, ext. 428: Jan. 7-Open House, with demonstrations, 6-8 p.m., free.

55 Wall, The Regent Wall Street Hotel, 55 Wall St., 212-699-5555: Sun. through Dec.-Champagne Sunday Brunch, three course menu with unlimited champagne, $39 per person.

OUR LADY OF POMPEII CHURCH, 25 Carmine St., 633-9868: Sat. & Sun.–Antique/flea market, 10 a.m.-dark.

Skirball center for the performing arts, 566 LaGuardia Place, 212-334-3764: Jan. 24 & 25-19th Annual Lunar New Year Festival of Chinese Dance, Music & Peking Opera, featuring the Chinese Folk Dance Company & Drum Spriti of China, Sat., 2 p.m. & 7:30 p.m., Sun., 2 p.m., $20-$25, 212-992-8484.

The sporting club, 99 Hudson St., 212-219-0900: Call about events & availability to use this 5,000 square foot space for events in this great sports club.

Tribeca grill, 375 Greenwich St., 212-941-3910: Jan. 12-An Evening Ascending the Heights of Napa Valley, dinner & wine menu, 6:30 p.m., $250 all inclusive.

Wall street rising downtown information center, 25 Broad St., 212-425-INFO: Call for information on events taking place at the Information Center and around the Downtown Area.



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