Battery Park City Parks
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. Wagner Park.
Household Gods: The Religious Lives of the Adams Family
Fraunces Tavern Museum
Lecture by Sara Georgini. Reflecting on his past, President John Adams mused that it was religion that had shaped his family’s fortunes and young America’s future. From Abigail Adams’ use of religion during the Revolution to her Victorian descendants’ journeys through foreign faiths, Georgini’s lecture will explore how pivotal Christianity- as the different generations understood it- was in shaping the family’s decision, great and small. 54 Pearl Street. $10
POP Performance: broken/open by Marked Dance Project
broken/open will be a full-evening of some of Marked Dance Project’s most popular pieces from the past year. Choreographed by Mark Travis Rivera, broken/open will explore the human experience of being broken and how one heals and becomes open to the possibilities of their lives. 280 Broadway $15-$20
Passwords: Infinite Plentitude & AfroSurrealism with Devin Cain, Alexandria Eregbu & Krista Franklin
Inﬁnite Plentitude, a performative presentation by the artistic collective du monde noir, explores historical and contemporary AfroSurrealism, with a focus on Martinique as the birthplace of Aimé Césaire, poet and co-founder of the Negritude movement, as well as that of his wife, writer Suzanne Césaire; Frantz Fanon; and René Ménil. 10 River Terrace. $7 $10
Southern Italian Pasta
Experience and interactive demonstration on making fresh semolina dough. Knead and form dough into classic pasta shapes by hand and by classic pasta machine. Enjoy one glass of wine during your experience and tasting of a completed fresh pasta dish. World Trade Center. $65
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