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LUXDEN HAS A SPECIAL OFFER FOR NEW PATIENTS !

Is it your child’s first time visiting our clinic? Remember, the New Kids Special offers $199 for your child’s first appointment.Your child’s first consultation, which may include a cleaning, a comprehensive exam, an X-Ray, and oral hygiene instructions, will be less than the average price.Claim your offer today. Working Hours:Monday: 10AM – 8PMTuesday: 10AM –

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City of Water Day with Gowanus Canal Conservancy and the Gowanus Dredgers

Join GCC and the Gowanus Dredgers for City of Water Day 2024! Come learn about the Gowanus Canal and visit our very own mussel beach at the Lowlands Nursery on July 13th. There will be activities for all ages including water quality testing, an Atlantic Ribbed Mussel habitat casting demonstration, and a performance by Artichoke Dance Company. See

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Marketing 2.0 Conference USA

With an ever-expanding marketing and advertising world, do you find it difficult to stay updated with the latest innovations of the sector? Don’t worry! Marketing 2.0 Conference got your back! The marketing event is coming again on March 4th-6th, 2025 at the Luxor Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, USA, with many more thought-provoking sessions and

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4th Annual Suitcase Sunday

Witness to Mass Incarceration (WITNESS) dedicates itself to the empowerment of formerly incarcerated individuals and marginalized communities by pioneering innovative social enterprise solutions and offering comprehensive vocational training. Our mission centers on cultivating economic independence, minimizing recidivism, and nurturing generational wealth to dismantle systemic barriers. Through these efforts, we aim to foster enduring resilience and

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Discount on any treatment from AHD Clinic

We are happy to announce a limited time event, 5-10% discount on any treatment, for all new patients. AHD Clinic448 E 147th StThe Bronx, NY 10455(929)-999-1880https://ahd-clinic.business.site Working Hours:Mon – Fr 9:00 am – 6:00 pmSat – Sun – Closed Payment: cash, check, credit cards. Keywords: holistic chiropractor, holistic doctor, exercise, massage, dietary management, chiropractor services

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City of Water Day 2024

This regional day of celebration will see 60+ free, family-friendly events on or near the water, and is the perfect way to cool off this summer and engage with your local waterfront. A wide array of festivities will span the entire region—from all five New York City boroughs to Westchester and Rockland counties, and across

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Poster House Block Party

Poster House, the first museum in the United States dedicated to the global history of posters, will host its annual block party in celebration of the museum’s five year anniversary on Saturday, July 13, 2024 from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM at Poster House, 119 West 23rd Street in Manhattan. Since the museum opened its doors in June 2019, it has welcomed more

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Summer Institute: Teaching the History of the Arab-Israeli Conflict Using Primary Sources

July 29 to July 31 | 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM Engage with primary sources from the history of this complex conflict – from its origins in late 19th century nationalist movements up to the mid-2000s – and focus on turning points and key events along the way. The ICS Summer Institutes are professional development

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P Credit Course: People of New York: How Individuals Shape History

This in-person, interactive, and – according to past participants – life-changing course for K-12 educators draws on the Museum’s groundbreaking exhibitions to examine the past, present, and future of New York through the lives of New Yorkers who have shaped and been shaped by the city they call home – including ourselves.  Participants will have

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Poster House First Friday

Poster House, the first museum in the United States dedicated to the global history of posters, will host its monthly “First Friday” event July 5, 2024 from 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM at Poster House, 119 West 23rd Street in Manhattan. On the first Friday of every month, Poster House offers free admission and extended

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Lick My Wounds

“Lick My Wounds” is Boehmer’s first solo show at SATELLITE LES. The exhibition features recent works on canvas and an installation artwork that explore themes of anxiety, fantasy, and nostalgia. Brightly colored faux fur and yarn are sewn by hand together with taxidermy to depict gory imagery with art historical references. The soft sculptures have a

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Seaport Kids x Music Fest

Head to Seaport Square on Saturday, July 6th for a day of music and fun with interactive music performances, dance parties, and fun-filled activities for the whole family with Mommy Poppins and Brooklyn Bridge Parents. On the big stage, Mr. Marc will be spinning tunes and bringing the fun with a full schedule of musical

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READ 718: Summer Book Club

READ 718 is a literacy non profit located in Brooklyn, NY. This summer we are offering a Book Club for students going into grades 5 & 6.  Students will meet in a small group with a READ 718 staff member to answer discussion questions, complete group activities, and practice in-depth textual analysis.  Students attend once

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Lost New York

New York City is always evolving.  Explore our new exhibition Lost New York to learn about the places and trends that have been lost to time, and then consider the consequences of urban evolution by analyzing original 19th-century maps of Seneca Village in the Patricia D. Klingenstein Library.

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Juneteenth Family BBQ & Community Resource Fair, themed “Together We Rise,”

The Community Education Council District 16 (CEC 16) will host its Juneteenth Community Resource Fair, themed “Together We Rise.” This event aims to highlight invaluable resources, local vendors, and agencies that serve the Bed-Stuy and Crown Heights communities and their families. Attendees will enjoy a day filled with culinary delights, musical entertainment, and opportunities to

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Show Some Love Fest

Brooklyn Org, Brooklyn Bridge Parents, Brooklyn Made, Downtown Brooklyn Partnership, and City Point will unite the community, leading cultural organizations, and nonprofits with the first-ever free “Show Brooklyn Some Love Fest” at City Point and Albee Square. Inspired by Brooklyn Org’s new awareness campaign, “Show Brooklyn Some Love,” the fest will feature the completion of

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K-16 NYU’s Kevorkian Center Summer Institute: New York City and Global Migration

Calling all New York City K-16 Teachers! Are you interested in enhancing curriculum on urban life and migration in NYC? Submit your applications to our Summer Institute before our deadline on June 15, 2024. 2024 Kevorkian Center Summer Institute New York City and Global Migration: Urban Transportation, Housing, and Labor The Hagop Kevorkian Center for

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Brooklyn Book Bodega’s Big Book Party at the High School for Fashion Industries (Book Giveaway All Ages)

The Big Book Parties continue at The High School for Fashion Industries! Join Brooklyn Book Bodega and Our Pal Isaac, children’s musician extraordinaire, for great music and a book giveaway. Music at 11 a.m. and 12 p.m. Fun for the whole family! Learn more here. This program is part of NYC Reads and a collaboration

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Launch Community Design Day

This special event will showcase program designs for Launch High School at Floyd Bennett Field’s Runway Green, crafted by the Community Design Team through a collaborative, community-driven process led by Transcend Education. From 4:00-6:00 p.m., the Community Design Team will share a draft high school blueprint, with an opportunity for attendees to learn about program

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Teens Take The Met!

On Friday, May 31, The Metropolitan Museum of Art will celebrate the 10th anniversary of Teens Take The Met! by welcoming students from across New York City’s five boroughs for an evening filled with more than 70 programs throughout the galleries, ranging from art making and writing to activities and demonstrations led by The Met and more

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Poster House Poster Kids

Poster House, the first museum in the United States dedicated to the global history of posters, will host a “Poster Kids” event on June 2, 2024, from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM at Poster House, 119 West 23rd Street in Manhattan. Poster House will be offering free admission for guests to attend this family-friendly programming

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READ 718 Summer Programs

READ 718 is a literacy non profit offering various programs for students this summer in grades 3-8, who are reading below grade level and qualify for low income. We have 2 in person locations: Bed Stuy (336 Malcolm X Blvd.) and Boerum Hill (420 Atlantic Ave.) as well as a Remote Program.   Here are a

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Immigrant Heritage Month: bilingual author talk with Marco Avilés and musical performance by Araceli Poma

Celebrate Immigrant Heritage Month with two incredible Quechua-Peruvian artists: author Marco Avilés and Latin Grammy-nominated musician Araceli Poma.    Join us for a captivating musical performance from Araceli Poma, followed by a lively discussion with Avilés about home: what it means to leave it, long for it, and return to it.  Spanish-language support will be provided.

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Spring Carnival

Join buildOn for a community event in partnership with Oyate Group in the South Bronx. We will have exciting games, engaging arts and crafts activities and much more for the community! Plus, don’t miss out on financial literacy sessions facilitated by our esteemed partners at JP Morgan Chase. We will also distribute free pairs of

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Chancellor’s Day Educator Professional Development

Join the Poster House Education and Accessibility Team for an exciting Chancellor’s Day PD exploring posters as a democratic, cross-curricular, and accessible medium. Through gallery tours, inquiry-based pedagogy sessions, and hands-on art-making, participants will discover and workshop new ways to bring museum education and accessibility best practices back into their classrooms. Educators will leave with

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Exploring US and NY History With Primary Sources: Jewish Immigration

Learn how to incorporate primary sources into your teaching for Jewish American Heritage Month! The Institute for Curriculum Services and The New York Archives Partnership Trust invite you to learn about Jewish Immigration to the United States, especially to New York, between 1880 and 1924. We’ll discuss the push and pull factors that brought Jewish

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The Academy of Film, Television, Stage and Performing Arts, Inc. (aftspa.org*) in Goshen, NY is pleased to announce an upcoming performance of, “Scenes from the Sandbox” A Showcase of Scenes and Monologues

ATTN: Professional Agents, Casting Agents, Directors and Producers ONLY! We are blessed to announce that some of the FINEST LOCAL TALENT with whom we have ever worked will be ‘showcasing’ some of their abilities in a special performance of selected scenes and monologues. These wonderful actors will entertain and amaze you. These are the ‘Stars

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Reading with Purpose Summit: Understanding and Aligning Instructional Practice with the Science of Reading

Join us Monday, June 10th for our Reading with Purpose Summit: Understanding and Aligning Instructional Practice with the Science of Reading, an in-person professional learning collaboration hosted by Penguin Random House Education and Molly Ness, PhD. This summit will feature an exciting line-up of education thought-leaders and Penguin Random House authors discussing practical and engaging strategies to reinvigorate and maximize the use of various

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Pathways To Literacy: Practical Tools for Parents & Educators to Support Struggling Readers

READ 718 presents Pathways to Literacy: Practical Tools for Parents & Educators to Support Struggling Readers. Join us at our Bed Stuy location for a comprehensive look into both the theoretical and practical aspects of supporting children with reading difficulties, providing actionable strategies that attendees can immediately apply.  All families, educational professionals, and community members

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Professional Learning with Climate Education Leadership Team

By teachers, for teachers: that’s the model for the teachers and administrators on Climate Education Leadership Team (CELT), who are advancing climate education in NYC Public Schools! Join CELT on Chancellor’s Day for professional learning and bring climate into your classroom with these four workshops: Water Climate Action Day Ideas & Support Civics for All

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Real Stories, Real Pathways: Curriculum & Professional Development to Support Students’ Post-Secondary Plans

ABOUT REAL STORIES, REAL PATHWAYSYouth Communication (YC) is working with the NYCPS Office of Student Pathways (OSP) to provide middle and high school staff curriculum and professional development (PD) to help support students’ chosen post-secondary plans. Funded by OSP, this program is of NO COST to participants. THE PROGRAMYC provides programming and PD based on true stories

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School Counselor’s Breakfast @ Brooklyn College

School Counselor’s Breakfast @ Brooklyn CollegeFriday, May 10thTime: 9:30am – 12pm.  Register @ https://tinyurl.com/NYSchoolCounselors Counselors, Brooklyn College will be the venue of the UFT College & Career Fair on Thursday, October 10th.  Register and join me to learn what  Brooklyn College has to offer your students.Learn how to register via the UFT College & Career Fair Resource Hub. For

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Let the Journey Begin! Planning with Purpose for the Independent High School Admissions Process

Please join Karine Blemur-Chapman, one of our Senior Admissions Counselors, and Jean-Pierre “JP” Jacquet, Director of Financial Aid and Assistant Director of Middle and Upper School Admission at Riverdale Country School, as they engage in a conversation about early preparation for the process of applying to independent high schools in NYC. For even the most

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New Plays for Young Audiences presents “The Wondrous Adventures of Pia Sandía”

The third and final offering is The Wondrous Adventures of Pia Sandía by José Cruz González. The Wondrous Adventures of Pia Sandía is a mash-up of musical theatre, puppetry, magic, toy theatre, graphic novel and digital media exploring Mesoamerican/Chicanx art and culture with big themes such as the pandemic, climate change, and trauma in young people. A

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Person Place Thing with Randy Cohen and Commissioner Zachary Iscol

The NYC Department of Records & Information Services will welcome Emergency Management Commissioner Zachary Iscol for a live recording of Person Place Thing with Emmy Award winner Randy Cohen.   Person Place Thing is an interview show based on the idea that people are especially engaging when they speak, not directly about themselves, but about

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Poster House Poster Kids

Poster House, the first museum in the United States dedicated to the global history of posters, will host a “Poster Kids” event on May 5, 2024, from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM at Poster House, 119 West 23rd Street in Manhattan. Poster House will be offering free admission for guests to attend this family-friendly programming

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Educator Workshop: The Collars of RBG

Explore the special exhibition RBG Collars: Photographs by Elinor Carucci featuring photographs of former US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s collars taken by the contemporary photographer Elinor Carucci, alongside necklaces drawn from the Jewish Museum’s collection. Hear from guest speakers Elinor Carucci and Sara Bader, co-authors of The Collars of RBG: A Portrait of Justice, and participate

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Poster House First Friday

Poster House, the first museum in the United States dedicated to the global history of posters, will host its monthly “First Friday” event May 3, 2024 from 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM at Poster House, 119 West 23rd Street in Manhattan. On the first Friday of every month, Poster House offers free admission and extended

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Literacy and Justice: A Family Advocacy Workshop

This workshop aims to empower families with the knowledge and skills necessary to understand and advocate for their children’s literacy success. Participants will gain a foundational understanding of reading assessment data and how it informs instruction and intervention. They will learn how to interpret and utilize the data to have informed conversations with their children’s

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FAFSA Orientation and Completion Sessions for ELL and Former ELL High School Seniors and Their Parents

FAFSA COMPLETION: ORIENTATION SESSIONS FOR ELL AND FORMER ELL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS AND THEIR PARENTS NYC Regional Bilingual Education Resource Network at Fordham University In Collaboration with NYS Language RBERN at New York University Present VIRTUAL FAFSA COMPLETION AND ORIENTATION SESSIONS FOR ELL AND FORMER ELL HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS AND PARENTS/CAREGIVERS

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2024 Youth Climate Summit

High school teachers and staff, invite your students to attend the Youth Climate Summit! Students: Climate change is one of the most important challenges of our time – lead by example and learn how to take action in your school and your community! Every NYC public high school can send teams of three to five

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Improving Your 2024-2025 Mathematics Program

How school and district leaders can prepare this summer for the 2024/25 school year. During this 1-hour webinar, trusted K-12 national mathematics expert Dr. Timothy D. Kanold will provide research-affirmed protocols to guide your school, district, or department in proactively preparing for the upcoming 2024–2025 school year. Identify previous grade-level standards not yet Determine where

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A Day of Play

INCLUDEnyc, in partnership with the Staten Island Children’s Museum, presents the free event A Day of Play. Join us for sensory activities, a parent/caregiver workshop, and resources for young children with suspected or known disabilities, ages 0 to 5. The event will feature activities for the entire family This workshop focuses on the importance of play

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Lunch and Learn: Summer College Application Prep Information Session

Lunch and Learn: College Application Prep Join us on your lunch break for an information session with a presentation overviewing our highly unique and successful college application prep program that sets students apart. In this half-hour-long lunch and learning, you will learn about our two-week program, where your student can take classes with high school

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FAFSA/TAP Completion Event

Need assistance completing your FAFSA and TAP application for college or have you started your application, but are confused on how to answer one or more questions? Get one-on-one assistance from HESC and NYS college financial aid professionals who can answer your questions or help you complete your FAFSA and NYS application for the tuition

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Virtual Info Session | National Science Foundation Fellowship for Teacher Leaders in Math Education

On Wednesday, April 24, Bank Street Graduate School of Education will be holding a virtual information session for eligible New York City public school teachers interested in the National Science Foundation Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program for our Leadership in Mathematics Education degree. You’ll be considered for a scholarship that covers over 70% of tuition costs!

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The Media & Social Change Lab at Teachers College presents: MEDIAFEST 2024

Join us on Friday, April 26, 4-6pm for MediaFest — a multimodal celebration of research and media-making, hosted by the Media and Social Change Lab (MASCLab). MASCLab members will invite you to interact with their ongoing projects, including podcasting, multimodal scholarship, social media research, game design, participatory youth media projects, and more. This year also

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Brooklyn Book Bodega Big Book Party at Northend Food Hall (Book Giveaway All Ages)

Join Brooklyn Book Bodega for one of our beloved Big Book Parties. Author Emmanuel Taveras will read his book, To Get to the Moon, at 11:30. Then at 12:45, Facundo Agustin, Argentine actor, singer, and dancer, will perform songs and stories in Spanish and English. The book giveaway will be open throughout the event. More

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Flights of Fancy: Spring Gala Celebration to Benefit Lenox Hill Neighborhood House

Join hundreds of friends and supporters on Thursday, May 2, 2024 at Cipriani 42nd Street for our annual Spring Gala celebration, an evening of breathtaking design featuring majestic tablescapes from dozens of renowned interior designers. At this dazzling black-tie benefit benefiting Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, acclaimed designers will incorporate the festive theme “Flights of Fancy”

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