Category - Featured Events

Common Ground Festival in Morningside Park

We and our partners have a fun filled day of free festivities planned throughout the park. Please join us! ALL DAY view Faces Of Harlem Photo exhibition – 112-116th Streets along the park fence on Morningside Ave. 10AM Walking Meditation with Harlem Insight Beginners and all levels invited to meet at the lawn at 114th Street 12PM Marching Cobras: Harlem’s Favorite Marching Band Celebrates>>>

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Climate Change Education For All

Education is a critical agent in addressing and mitigating climate change. Research by the Center for Sustainable Futures at TC shows that four-in-five educators say an online portal for climate curricular resources would help them to teach about climate change. A newly launched website, SubjectToClimate, connects educators with hundreds of FREE vetted teaching resources from over 20 different>>>

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Stavros Niarchos Foundation Brain Insight Lecture: How our Brains Decide, Create and Innovate

Featuring Michael N. Shadlen, MD, PhD, and Sheena S. Iyengar, PhD, moderated by Anne Loffler, PhD September 28th, 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm at Online REGISTER HERE   Registration is required. RSVP by Monday, September 27, 2021. This event will be live-streamed. Drs. Shadlen and Iyengar welcome your questions! Please submit them via the registration link no later than Monday, September 27, 2021. How>>>

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28th National Public Lands Day

National Public Lands Day (NPLD) is the nation’s largest, single-day volunteer effort for public lands, and will take place on Saturday, September 25. Riverside Park Conservancy will be hosting two sites for planting projects. Please sign up at the links below! > Fort Washington, approx. 173rd Street > Claremont Playground, near Tiemann Place > Warsaw Ghetto, approx. 83rd Street — NPLD>>>

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Blood Drive September 2021

NYBC Childhood Cancer Blood Drive_9.27.21 Interchurch CenterPlease help and donate blood to replenish New York’s blood supply to ensure for hospital patients. There has been a chronic deficit in blood donations throughout the pandemic. Blood donations each month are thousands below what hospitals need. Please help. CLICK HERE to schedule an appointment or call New York Blood Center at (800) 933>>>

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SPARK with Kathryn Kolbert and Julie F. Kay…What Can We Do NOW To Save Reproductive Freedom

In May, Gov. Greg Abbott of Texas signed Senate Bill 8 into law. It is the most restrictive abortion law in the nation, prohibiting abortions as early as the sixth week of pregnancy before most people know they are pregnant. Today, it is laws like these, the ultra-conservative majority, and the Supreme Court has activists, medical providers, and everyday Americans worried that we are about to>>>

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Sweet Taste of Liberty

Please join The Forum and the Lehman Center for American History, a collaboration between the Department of History and Columbia University Libraries, on Thursday, September 23 from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. for an important discussion, deferred from last academic year, of the 2020 History Pulitzer Prize winning book, Sweet Taste of Liberty. The panel will feature the book’s author, Prof. Caleb>>>

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Cathedral Community Update: Tara Geer of the Action Potluck/Sanctuary Neighborhoods

The Rt. Rev. Clifton Daniel III, Dean, invites the Cathedral community to join a virtual conversation to share updates on the Cathedral’s most urgent priorities this summer. The Dean will be joined by Tara Geer, Founder and Executive Director of Action Potluck/ Sanctuary Neighborhoods, NYC, a coalition of grassroots activists who stand with our immigrant neighbors. The Sanctuary Neighborhood>>>

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Seasoning Opening Concert

Please note that you must show proof of vaccination in order to attend this event. Please visit this page again soon for updates on protocols. PROGRAM Nkeiru Okoye Movements for String Quartet Chen Yi Shuo for String Quintet Francis Poulenc Trio for Oboe, Bassoon, and Piano Adolphus Hailstork “Detroit” Piano Quintet FEATURING Ashley Horne, Violin Claire Chan, Violin William Frampton, Viola Wayne>>>

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Building a Circular Campus: Connecting the Dots Between Scope 3 Emissions, Circularity, and Justice NYC Climate Week at Barnard

As Barnard College defines a pathway to net zero emissions, we are paying particular attention to our Scope 3 emissions. Measuring and reporting Scope 3 emissions is notoriously difficult, but they represent as much as 50-60% of Barnard’s total footprint, and the behaviors associated with Scope 3 touch every aspect of the daily lives of our entire community. Join us as we discuss Barnard’s>>>

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52nd Annual African American Day Parade

JOIN US FOR THE 52ND ANNUAL AFRICAN AMERICAN DAY PARADE 52ND ANNUAL AFRICAN AMERICAN DAY PARADE: SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2021 A VIRTUAL CELEBRATION This year’s virtual celebration is themed “Education is the Foundation” and will honor individuals that have contributed to the African American community in the field of Education. Tune into the 52nd Annual African American Day Parade Sunday September>>>

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Free Arts+Activism Project

Want to participate in a creative project to explore how the Covid-19 pandemic affected you and your community? Let’s mourn our losses, envision new futures, and re-imagine our neighborhoods through paths of hope. Join us as we: Walk through our streets together to remember our loved ones as we tell stories about them. Use and take photos to create stories, memorial stamps, postcards, and>>>

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MSM Musical Theatre presents The Drowsy Chaperone

MSM Musical Theatre presents The Drowsy Chaperone SEPT 4  | SAT SEPT 5  | SUN 7:30 PM RESERVE FREE TICKETS HERE ABOUT THE PRODUCTION A Musical Within a Comedy When a die-hard theatre fan plays his favorite cast album, the characters come to life in this hilarious musical farce. Winner of five Tony Awards, including Best Book and Best Original Score, The Drowsy Chaperone is a loving send-up of the>>>

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Nourish Senior Food Pantry

The Cathedral is proud to partner with NY Common Pantry’s Nourish, a Commodity Supplemental Food Program, to distribute shelf-stable food packages for seniors. Today’s distribution will be held outside, next to the Peace Fountain. To qualify, seniors must be 60 years old or older, have a New York state address, and meet financial eligibility requirements. Most seniors who qualify for>>>

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Coney Island Magic Show

A MAGIC SHOW TO CELEBRATE OUR LATEST ART EXHIBITION, CONEY ISLAND STATE OF MIND.
COME AND MEET THE ARTISTS CANDY HEILAND & MARIE ROBERTS.
AUGUST 18TH FROM 1 PM – 4 PM.
Visit us at 61 Claremont Avenue NY, NY
Wednesday, August 18th @ 1 PM – 4 PM.
Learn More About Candy
Learn More About Marie
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Masks are required for entry.

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Homecoming Week Film Screening: Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali

Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali tells the extraordinary story behind the friendship of two of the most iconic figures of the 20th century: Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X. Few people understand the bond these men shared. The charismatic and outspoken Olympic champion who charmed the nation, and the ex con-turned intellectual revolutionary who railed against the evils of white oppression>>>

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A Service of Solidarity for the People of Haiti and the People of New York

Following political upheaval and an earthquake that has claimed thousands of lives, Haiti is currently in dire need of global attention and assistance. Join us at the Cathedral on Saturday, August 21 at 6pm for A Service of Solidarity for the People of Haiti and the People of New York. Join us in demonstrating that the people of New York City stand in solidarity with the people of Haiti, and>>>

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RDC Next 90 Speaker Series: Reimagining Community Wellness with Vivian Williams-Kurutz

“Riverside: So You’re Thinking About Developing A Wellness Center?” – Reimagining Community Wellness with Vivian Williams-Kurutz Drawing from her journey and experience in building community wellness programs, Harlem Wellness Center Founder and Executive Director, Vivian Williams-Kurutz, will fuel our vision for a mixed community wellness center integrating clinical, mental, physical, spiritual>>>

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Gardens & Grounds Tour

Explore the beautiful gardens and grounds of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. Learn about the history of the different buildings on the Cathedral Close, and safely join other enthusiasts for an outdoor tour of the Cathedral’s 11-acre campus.   This tour will take place rain or shine! Purchase tickets below.     Dates Times Saturday, July 17, 2021 3:00pm – 4:00pm>>>

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Installation: “Time Enough” by Allison Costa

This installation presents “Time Enough,” Allison Costa’s Post-Baccalaureate creative research project studying our perception and experience of time through dance and technology. Composed of 10 smaller-scale experiments or “clocks,” each exploring a different element of Allison’s research, the installation will use immersive and interactive projection to lead participants in a reflection on time>>>

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Charlie Parker Jazz Festival 2021

Starting on Friday, August 27th and going through Sunday, August 29th, the Charlie Parker Jazz Festival will be taking over Harlem’s historic Marcus Garvey Park as part of Capital One City Parks Foundation SummerStage. The festival starts on the 27th with a celebration of what would’ve been Charlie “Bird” Parker’s 100th Birthday, titled “Bird at 100.” Alto saxophonist Vincent>>>

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MSM Musical Theatre presents The Drowsy Chaperone

MSM Musical Theatre presents The Drowsy Chaperone AUG 13 | FRI AUG 14 | SAT SEPT 4  | SAT 7:30 PM RESERVE FREE TICKETS HERE ABOUT THE PRODUCTION A Musical Within a Comedy When a die-hard theatre fan plays his favorite cast album, the characters come to life in this hilarious musical farce. Winner of five Tony Awards, including Best Book and Best Original Score, The Drowsy Chaperone is a loving>>>

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Advocacy Academy @Teachers College

In interactive workshops, participants will build habits of democracy; take a civic action that day; understand how their identities are the basis for action; engage with elected and civic leaders; and work towards building equity. LEARN MORE >> Featuring: US Rep Mondaire Jones NY Sen Jessica Ramos NY Assemblymember Khaleel Anderson Rahsaan Harris, CEO of The Citizens Committee for New York>>>

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