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More Gardens! Eco Events from the Lower East Side of Manhattan

  • Subject: [cg] More Gardens! Eco Events from the Lower East Side of Manhattan
  • From: "Honigman, Adam" <Adam.Honigman@Bowne.com>
  • Date: Tue, 20 Nov 2001 17:45:05 -0500

Friends,
 
I know that if you have a TV, you probably have been seeing all of those "I Love NY" commericals again, with a smiling Mayor Giuliani. By all means visit, see a Broadway show and stay at a hotel ( many community gardeners are porters, reservationists and cooks.)   Mr. Giuliani won't promote our community gardens, but my buddy Aresh surely is ( when you visit, have him show you his Rudy puppet!) 
 
If you are in NYC over Thanksgiving ( this one is for you T.K.) there are some interesting garden green events happening on Manhattan's Lower East Side including an open house with Aresh on Turkey Day.
 
Best wishes to all!
 
Adam Honigman
 
 
-----Original Message-----
From: aresh [mailto:aresh@moregardens.org]
Sent: Tuesday, November 20, 2001 4:04 PM
Subject: More Gardens!

\Garden Events:

Urban Wilds - Night of Book Release Party,Sharing of Images, Performances, Music and Potluck Food
Where: ABC No Rio, 156 Rivington between Clinton and Suffolk
When: 8pm-11pm Friday November 23rd
Urban Wilds - Gardeners Stories of the Struggle for Land and Justice
Book release Party and slide show by Clea
More Gardens! Slide Show
Labarynthe walk by Ariane
Songs by Brad
Puppetual Motion (look at Great small works for details) + slides by Beth
Council - Spontaneous Concise Speaking, and Listening from the Heart, by Georgina
and More.....
Bring music and food to share......

More Gardens! Meeting  -Tuesday Nov 27th 7pm  and Special Sarah Seeds Meeting on December 4th
   Charas El Bohio Community Center, Room 114th
   Directions: 605 E. 9th Street between Aves B & C.
   F Train to the 2nd Avenue stop or L train to 1st Avenue stop
   What: Political and Active solutions to make More Gardens, starting by preserving all Community Gardens!
   When: 7pm Sharp! 2nd and last Tuesday of the month.
 

Other Amazing Events:

Great Small Works
"Visions of a Post-Giuliani New York"
When: Tuesday, November 20, 2001, 7:30 PM
Where: P.S. 122, 150 First Avenue at 9th Street
Tickets:  $10.00
Information:  212-477-5829
What: PUPPETUAL MOTION:  "Water" and "In Light of Recent Events"
Translucent shadows, bicycle parts music and political cantastoria
Beth Ferguson, Morgan FitzPatrick, Beth Nixon and Lydia Stein  and Many other Awesome Shows

Thanksgiving Afternoon at Aresh's Home
when: 4pm - till 10pm
Where: 79 Clinton Street #17, no buzzer call 533 8019, F train Delancey stop
 

Buy Nothing Day,
When: 5pm Friday, November 23,
Where: Bryant Park  42nd street between 6th and 5th avenue
What: to highlight the connection between consumerism, the corporate media and the current war.
The event will revolve around projections, singers, poets, puppets and visual and performance art.
 
 
 





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