Out & About

| 05 Feb 2016 | 12:45

    Thu 11

    Black Light: The Effect of Art Historical DisappearanceBarnard College Event Oval, The Diana Center, West 117th and Broadway.

    6 p.m. Free.

    Krista Thompson explores Tom Llyod, a black artist, amount the first wave working with Light and electronic technologies in the 1960s.


    SongLives: Gráinne Golland and Barry KerrIrish Arts Center, 553 West 51st St

    8 p.m. General $18; members $14

    A showcase of two contemporary singer-songwriter’s who bring the rich tradition of Irish music to NYC. Holland is a new talent who will showcase songs that reflect her background from the north of Ireland and Kerr is known as one of Ireland’s most accomplished traditional musicians and after having recorded an album at 17, has gone on to tour the world.

    866-811-4111 www.irishartscenter.org/music.htm

    Fri 12

    FriendshipBloomingdale School of Music, 323 West 108th St.

    7-8 p.m.free.

    bsm horn instructor Lisa Pike celebrates the intimacy of both composers and performers--the great personal friendship of Brahms and Schumann and their love of the horn.

    212-663-6021. www.bsmny.org/concerts/february-2016-1

    The Many Faces of LoveGoddard Riverside Bernie Wohl Center, 647 Columbus Ave.

    7:30-9 p.m. $14.

    A Valentine monologue and music festival presented by Writers-A-Go-Go, directed by Hudson Warehouse and featuring music by Jonny Rosch. Dessert by Raize the Bar caterers.

    212-799-9400. www.goddard.org/communityarts

    Sat 13

    New York City Ballet’s Family Saturdays “Choreographic Voices” Lincoln Center- David H. Koch Theater, 20 Lincoln Center Plaza

    11 a.m. $22; $5 limited time discount.

    Dancers and members of the orchestra from the ballet put on a variety of short performances and excerpts from influential choreographers that shaped the Company. 212-870-5636 www.nycballet.com/Educate/Public-Programs/Family-Saturdays

    Saturday Afternoon Movie: “Labyrinth”St. Agnes Library, 444 Amsterdam Ave

    2 p.m. Free.

    A screening of the 1986 musical fantasy film directed by Jim Henson and starring David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly.

    212-621-0619. www.nypl.org/locations/st-agnes

    Sun 14

    St. Valentine’s Day Renewal of VowsChurch of the Heavenly Rest, Fifth Avenue at 90th Street.

    5-6 p.m. Free.

    All married couples are invited to join us Sunday February 14, at 5:00 pm for a short service of thanksgiving and renewal of marriage vows followed by a reception.

    212-289-3400. heavenlyrest.org/ai1ec_event/st-valentines-day-renewal-of-vows-3/?instance_id=36785

    The Many Faces of Love Festival and DinnerGoddard Riverside Bernie Wohl Center, 647 Columbus Ave.

    7:30-9:30 p.m. $24.

    Valentine monologue and music festival devoted to love. Presented by Writers-A-Go-Go, directed by Hudson Warehouse and featuring music by Jonny Rosch. Dinner by Raize the Bar caterers.


    Mon 15

    Northern Forts TourCentral Park- Charles A. Dana Discovery Center, inside the Park at 110th St

    11 a.m.- 12:30 p.m. $15; members $10.

    A tour that illuminates the rich history of Central Park and the British and American troops that were once stationed there. The terrain is uneven with many hills and stairs. Highlights include McGowan’s Pass, Fort Clinton and Nutter’s Bakery.

    212-310-6600. www.centralparknyc.org/events

    Lululemon’s Run ClubLululemon, 1928 Broadway at 64th St

    7:15- 8:15 p.m. Free.

    All levels of runners are welcome at Lululemon’s weekly run club. Meet at the store at 7pm and email runlincolnsquare@lululemon.com to get the planned workout trail.

    212-712-1767 www.lincolnbid.org/events/view/run-club-lululemon

    Tue 16

    Pop-up Concerts: loadbangMiller Theatre at Columbia University, 2960 Broadway

    6p.m. Free

    loadbang is a NYC based music chamber quartet that has premiered more than 200 works by leading composers. They will play songs from Taylor Brook’s “Ouaricon Songs: Volume 2’ and David Lang’s “Waiting for the Man.”

    212-854-7799. www.millertheatre.com/events

    Julliard Drama presents Jen Silverman’s ‘Still’Stephanie P. McClelland Drama Theater, 155 West 65th Street

    7:30 p.m. General $20; Non-Julliard students $10

    Fourth-year drama students at Julliard Drama present alumna Jen Silverman’s play about three woman and a child who never got to be born. Haunting and dark, the play has won the Yale Horn Prize and is directed by Margo Bordelon.

    212-799-5000. www.events.julliard.edu

    Wed 17

    Jeb and the Bush Crime Family Author TalkBarnes and Noble, 2289 Broadway

    7 p.m. Free.

    Author and political insider Roger Stone will talk about his book, which details what he calls the Bush family’s misdeeds. Seating is first-come, first-serve.

    212-362-8835 www.stores.barnesandnoble.com/store/1979

    24th Precinct Community Council Meeting151 West 100th St.

    7 p.m. Free

    The monthly meeting of the 24th Precinct’s 370 council members to address community concerns and bridge the gap between the NYPD and the community.

    212-678-1811 www.nyc.gov/html/nypd/html/precincts/precinct_024.shtml