Tribeca Meet & Greet

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Everyone is invited to visit Fred Astaire Dance Studio on Thursday February 22, 6:30 – 9 PM.  They aren’t a storefront business; they’re up on the 9th floor at 291 Broadway (between Duane and Reade) Suite 900 This is a great opportunity to mingle with other Tribeca businesses on a chilly winter evening. Fred Astaire Dance Studio Downtown […]

Lend Them a Tenor

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The Down Town Glee Club, a male chorus that has been performing American popular music for 90 years, is looking for a few good men for all voice parts. Interested candidates are encouraged to drop by on any Tuesday evening (beginning January 30), between 6:00 and 6:30 pm, at St. Margaret’s House (49 Fulton Street […]

“Is It Too Early to Start Thinking about College?”

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Manhattan Youth’s five-part Wednesday Workshops series of presentation for parents of teens and “tweens” continues at the Downtown Community Center (120 Warren Street) on Wednesday, February 7 (at 6:30 pm) with, “Is It Too Early to Start Thinking about College?” This discussion will be hosted by bestselling author and college planning guru
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Thinkin’ of Borinquen

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When Hurricane Sandy hit New York City in 2012, flooding the Downtown Community Center and much of Lower Manhattan, it was through the support and resilience of the downtown community that Manhattan Youth was able to recover, rebuild, and continue offering its programming to over 4,500 families. This year, the Manhattan Youth Tritons Swim Team […]

New in Town?

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If you have a new business in Lower Manhattan and would like to meet other Tribeca business owners, here’s a great opportunity to mingle and network. Organized by BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center, Tribeca Meet & Greet has monthly meetings in a different Tribeca restaurant or business. We share a drink, exchange ideas, and do […]

Looking for a Few Good Santas

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Stockings with Care, the charity based in Battery Park City that makes the holidays brighter for families in need throughout the five boroughs, is asking for your help. This year, the organization will be buying, wrapping, and delivering gifts for more than 1,700 needy kids. You can assist by signing up as a Santa, which […]

Merci

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The Battery Park City Dog Association would like to thank the following people and businesses for participating in and donating to our 16th Annual BPC Halloween Puppy Parade on October 28th: Phil Castiglia and Judy Passer of Le Pet Spa, our co-hosts and for providing the top prizes; All of the fantastic participants in the […]

Paws to Reflect

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Le Pet Spa (300 Rector Place; entrance on South End Avenue, near West Thames Street) is celebrating Battery Park City’s recent designation as the pet-friendliest neighborhood in New York by partnering with the Animal Care Centers of New York City for a dog and cat adoption festival on Saturday, October 21, from noon to 4:00 […]

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As Puerto Rico recovers from Hurricane Maria, the Battery Park City Authority has established two locations neighbors may drop off goods for the State’s relief and recovery efforts: Rockefeller Park House for daytime drop-offs (11am-6pm) and Stuyvesant High School (7pm-9:30pm) Donations being sought include batteries, flashlights, portable lanterns, diapers, baby
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Tunnel to Towers Report

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“We had a great time as always as the official FINISH LINE crowd control team. And while soccer moms sometimes give us a hard time staying put until the runners pass, it’s people on bikes who were difficult, especially when we asked them to walk their bikes while crossing Warren Street. In order to make […]