Rise and shine to begin your morning with an outdoor yoga class that will help align your chakras and invigorate your day. Instructors focus on movements meant to enhance posture alignment and increase flexibility and balance. All levels welcome. Bringing your own mat is encouraged, as provided accessories are first come, first served. Battery Park City Authority
St. Paul’s Chapel
Janet Yieh, organ, of Trinity Church Wall Street. Trinity Church.
Landmarks & Preservation Committee
Community Board 1 – Conference Room 1 Centre Street, Room 2202A-North
1) 244 Pine Street, application for alteration of non-street facing façade, new window openings at the side – Resolution
2) Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, application for exterior signage change at the Arts Center for Governors Island – Resolution (Postponed)
3) Historic preservation in the Civic Center area – Resolution
4) Preservation of Little Syria by the Washington Street Advisory Group – Resolution
American Eden: David Hosack, Botany, and Medicine in the Garden of the Early Republic
Fraunces Tavern Museum
Evening lecture presented by Victoria Johnson. In this lecture, Johnson will discuss Dr. David Hosack’s lesser known legacy as the founder of the country’s first public botanical garden, who dedicated himself to training the next generation of American doctors and naturalists. $10 54 Pearl Street.
Hitler’s Hostage Art: Mary M. Lane In Conversation With Erin L. Thompson
Museum of Jewish Heritage
Mary M. Lane, former chief European art reporter at The Wall Street Journal and the author of Hitler’s Last Hostages, will discuss how Hitler’s obsession with art fueled his vision of a purified Nazi state, and the fate of the artwork that was hidden, stolen, or destroyed to ‘cleanse’ German culture. Lane, in conversation with Erin L. Thompson, America’s only full-time professor of art crime, will reveal the series of events leading up to 2013, when the German government confiscated roughly 1,300 works by Henri Matisse, George Grosz, Claude Monet, and other masters from the reclusive son of one of Hitler’s primary art dealers. Free 36 Battery Place.
Outdoor movie screening
28 Liberty Fosun Plaza
‘A League of Their Own’ Free 28 Liberty
W.O. Decker Trip + Museum Admission
Ages 10 and up (no more than three children under the age of 14 per adult) When booking this trip, please be aware that you are embarking on a working tugboat. Tugboat journeys can be bumpy and the only seating area is inside. There is a secure safety line around the perimeter of the boat, but it is not a hand grasp. You may get wet. Flat, closed-toe shoes with a back or back-strap are required. Check web site for times. Pier 16 (box office at 12 Fulton Street).
This year’s outdoor Fall Film Series at 28 Liberty Street(between Nassau and William Streets) will focus on uplifting athletes every Thursday, with a screening of A League of Their Own on September 12. Shows begin at 7:30 pm and admission is free. And so is the popcorn.
More movies under the stars are on tap on Saturdays at Tribeca’s Washington Market Park (enter on Greenwich Street, near Duane Street), where Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse will be screened on September 14. Shows begin at 7:30 pm and admission is free.
The Seaport Cinema series of rooftop films at Pier 17 continues with The Waterboy on Monday September 16. Show begins at 6:30 pm and admission is free, but an R.S.V.P. is required. To register, please browse: www.seaportdistrict.nyc.
Finally, the Battery Park City Authority will present Moana
on Wednesday, September 18 in Rockefeller Park (enter at River Terrace and Murray Street), starting at 7:00 pm. Admission is free.
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