Volume 73, Number 47 | March 24 -30, 2004

LISTINGS



EVENTS

SPRING BREAK AT THE SEAPORT a week-long series of afternoon family programs aboard the tall ship, “Peking” at Pier 16. Culminates on Sat., April 10 with “Sea Turtle Eggstravaganza.” South Street Seaport, April 5-10 212-748-8758.

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.

East End temple, 245 E. 17th St., 212-477-6444: Mar. 7-Family Judaica book fair, large selection of books, 1-5 p.m., free admission.

The expo center, Madison Square Garden, 4 Pennsylvania Ave., 516-759-7000: Mar. 4-7-Annual postage stamp mega event, over 80 national and international stamp dealers, Thu.-Sat., 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Sun., 10 a.m.-4 p.m., free admission.

Historic districts council, 232 E. 11th St., 212-614-9107: Mar. 5-7-10th annual preservation conference, call about various panels and discussions on cultural landmarks, $20-$25.

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.

EXPLORE SUMMER CAMP at Nest+M (New Explorations in Science and Technology Plus Math,) a new public school on the Lower East Side. Camp is run by ‘Oasis Children’s Services,’ a Brooklyn-based organization. Children ages 4-8 can enjoy an “extraordinary” outdoor camp experience. Open house, Mar 2 or Mar 30, 6 to 8 pm. Refreshments. Sign up for 2 to 7 week session. Hours: 9 to 5. Cost of a two-week session is $700. 111 Columbia Street at East Houston.   For more information: 718-596-4900.

MOTORIZED MARVELS, courtesy of Stuyvesant High School and IS 89 students. Come to the World Financial Center for a day of robot fun. Pictured above is Jack, the soccer-ball-scooping machine. Jack and his fellow robots were designed and built by the students. Winter Garden, Thurs., March 11, 11 am to 6 pm.

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.

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.

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

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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