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NOW - Aug 2, 2019
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Art Exhibition - Women’s Work: Art & Activism in the 21st Century
Community
penandbrush.org/exhibitions/womens-work-art-activism-in-the-21st-century

Women’s Work presents five global contemporary artists-activists who continue to expand the definition of women’s work and expose its complexity, nuance, and ever-evolving nature. Through dynamic art practices, they generously lend their intelligence, thoughtfulness, artistry and agency to reimagine women’s work as arts activism in the 21st century.

In continuation of a dynamic year of programming for Pen + Brush’s 125th Anniversary, the non-profit is pleased to present Women’s Work: Art & Activism in the 21st Century. This exhibition highlights work by a prolifically international group of five women artists representing Iraq, Cuba, Guyana, Madagascar, and the U.S., curated by NYU’s Assistant Professor of Art & Public Policy and OF NOTE magazine founder, Grace Aneiza Ali.

Women’s Work: Art & Activism in the 21st Century April 10 - August 02, 2019
Pen and Brush
29 East 22nd Street, New York, NY

NOW - Jun 29, 2019
2

Center for Book Arts: Art Exhibition
Culture
https://centerforbookarts.org/

RISING TOGETHER | an Exhibition of Artists’ Books, Prints and Zines with a Social Conscience
April 18- June 29, 2019 Free Admission
A traveling exhibit organized by the College Book Art Association
Rising Together showcases the potential of the book arts to engage—through messaging, through critique, through action—and to speak truth to power in an era when such truth is dire.
The work in Rising Together demonstrates how artist books give activism a visual voice, and can serve as powerful agents in effecting positive social change on issues encompassing social justice, power, politics, the environment and more.
Rising Together is a traveling book arts exhibition organized by the College Book Art Association and hosted from 2018 – 2021 in conjunction with the Art Center College of Design, Center for Book Arts, Mills College, San Francisco Center for the Book, University of Iowa, University of Puget Sound, and the University of Utah.
Opening Reception: April 18, 2019, 6:30 pm
Curator Talk: May 9, 2019, 6:30 pm – Alison Karasyk will be in conversation with Rising Together’s organizer, Camden Richards.

NOW - Jul 12, 2019
3

The Work by Lise Soskolne
Culture
www1.cuny.edu/mu/forum/2019/05/09/baruch-college-mishkin-gallery-presents-the-work/

The Mishkin Gallery presents The Work, an exhibition of paintings by Lise Soskolne unfolding in two chapters. The first opens on Friday, May 17, 6 to 8 pm and closes on June 21; the second opens on Monday, June 24, 6 to 8 pm and closes on July 12. The Work has been curated by Alaina Claire Feldman, the director of the Mishkin Gallery.

For most of the past two decades, Soskolne’s painting practice has been undertaken without a viewing public and concurrent with her work as an administrator and labor organizer in New York’s nonprofit arts sector. The Work, her first public solo exhibition in New York since 2001, brings together more than thirty paintings made between 1999 and 2016. Most have never before been shown or have not been on view since their initial presentation.

The Work’s first chapter triangulates themes related to time, labor, and gender in a series of paintings that alternate between the faithful application of paint with brushes and the use of tools intended to obliterate the painter’s mark. Documenting the stylistic range of Soskolne’s earlier work and tendency to engage her subjects with sardonic humor, chapter one sets the stage for Bethenny, the exhibition’s second iteration. In a tightly focused series of fourteen densely worked paintings made between 2011 and 2016, Bethenny pictures a sedated moon surrounded by his attendant hallucinations and doubles as a portrait of the distinctly American capacity for self-delusion."

Our free exhibition will be on view from May 17 — July 12, 2019, Mondays - Fridays 11am-6pm, Thursdays 11am-7pm. Our opening reception is on Friday, May 17th, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm.

Artwork Description: The Work, 2005. Oil on canvas. 28 x 22 in. Courtesy of the Artist

NOW - Jun 30, 2019
4

wagamama-love every bun
Community

To celebrate pride, wagamama is partnering with the 'It Gets Better Project'. They are donating 25c for every bun bought during the month of June.

Jun 25, 2019
5

Center for Book Arts: Free Poster Printing for NYC Pride
Culture

Free Poster Printing for NYC Pride

In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising, the Center for Book Arts will be opening its doors on June 25th at 6:30pm for a FREE poster printing session. Attendees will use the Center's plethora of fonts and ink colors to print their message of solidarity, resistance and resilience, as New Yorkers gear up for the NYC Pride March on June 30th. We are partnering with two LGBTQ+ organizations which will help us select messages to print. The event is completely free and participants will be able to take home their own poster!

This free event includes admission to the Center's exhibitions; Rising Together: An exhibition of Artists' Books, Prints and Zines with a Social Conscience, as well as our featured artists projects: Deposits, a Featured Artist Project by Inge Bruggeman, and New Book Art: 2018 Workspace Residents.
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Jun 25, 2019
6

Fix Your Life with the New York Times
Community

Advice for more rewarding lives through health, home, work, technology, relationships and everything in between.



Jun 25, 2019
7

Talk Tuesday: Women's Work: Art & Activism in the 21st Century with Pen + Brush
Summer Series
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/flatiron-talk-tuesday-womens-work-art-activism-in-the-21st-century-tickets-61310678891

ABOUT THIS CLASS
Pen + Brush would like to present on exhibition: Women’s Work: Art & Activism in the 21st Century. Women’s Work presents five global contemporary artists-activists who continue to expand the definition of women’s work and expose its complexity, nuance, and ever-evolving nature. The exhibition covers a variety of media including photography, film, paintings, fiber art, and work on paper. Pen + Brush will also have staff on hand who can speak to the audience of particular interests in arts and cultures.

INSTRUCTOR
Dawn Delikat

ABOUT PEN + BRUSH
Pen + Brush is a 125-year-old publicly supported not-for-profit fighting for gender equity in the arts. P+B provides a platform to showcase the work of female artists and writers to a broader audience with the ultimate goal of effecting real change within the marketplace. We encourage and mentor emerging professionals and aim to expose the stereotypes and misconceptions that perpetuate gender-based exclusion, lack of recognition and the devaluation of skill that is still experienced by women in the arts. All art work is for sale, 75% of all sales go directly to the artist and 25% comes back in to feed the organization’s work.

RSVP HERE

These talks are part of Flatiron Summer Series, a series of free community programming for the neighborhood by the neighborhood, including free educational & cultural talks on Talk Tuesdays, free fitness classes on Wellness Wednesdays, and nostalgic games and performances on Throwback Thursdays. For a full list of free classes, activities, and entertainment on the Flatiron Public Plazas, visit FlatironDistrict.NYC/Summer2019

Rain Location: In the event of inclement weather, the event will take place at an INDOOR Rain Location. It will not be canceled. The talks will be held at 6 pm at the General Assembly location at 902 Broadway, 4th Floor. Follow us on Twitter @FlatironNY for last-minute updates.

Jun 26, 2019
8

Wellness Wednesday: STRENGTH with Uplift Studios
Summer Series
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/flatiron-wellness-wednesday-strength-registration-61310794236

ABOUT THIS CLASS
This curated version of our 45-minute Strength class focuses on using your bodyweight and your best form in a given amount of time to work each muscle group to fatigue before moving on to the next. At different points in class, you’ll burst into Tabata-style HIIT sessions to elevate your heart rate and leave you feeling exhilarated, accomplished, and strong. Shoes Required.

INSTRUCTOR
Mallory Creveling

UPLIFT STUDIOS
Uplift is a women-only fitness studio (encompassing signature group fitness formats and specialized personal training), as well as a female society grounded in our unique social community. In everything we do, we are devoted to the power of "US": strong women who inspire and connect with each other. Uplift’s mission is to empower women in all aspects of their lives, in physical fitness/wellness and beyond. .

RSVP HERE

*All participants must fill out and sign the release and waiver in order to participate. Participants under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian sign the release and waiver. Please bring a printed copy of your signed release and waiver to the registration table prior to class. There will be additional release and waiver forms on site. Download the release and waiver.

These fitness classes are part of Flatiron Summer Series, a series of free community programming for the neighborhood by the neighborhood, including free educational and cultural talks on Talk Tuesdays, free fitness classes on Wellness Wednesdays, and nostalgic games and performances on Throwback Thursdays. For a full list of free classes, activities, and entertainment on the Flatiron Public Plazas, visit FlatironDistrict.NYC/Summer2019.

Jun 26, 2019 - Aug 21, 2019
9

Summer 'Bar Chef" Mixology Classes
Community
davidbouley.com/bouley-at-home/

Learn the elements of a well-made cocktail using different spirits, liquors & elixirs based on health remedies. During this interactive, social event you will learn to stir, shake and speak about 5 cocktails with authority while tasting healthy, decadent hors d’Oeuvres by Chef David Bouley and exploring the Test Kitchen and Chef’s Library. Albert Trummer, a leading authority on drinks & health, will craft innovative new cocktails using natural products of purist ingredients with known health benefits. Stir, shake and speak about cocktails with authority while enjoying healthy, canapés by Chef Bouley. Understand how organic & biodynamic ingredients harmoniously combine into one delicious drink perfect for summer enjoyment!

When: Wednesdays, June 26, July 17, & August 21 at 7:00 pm
Where: Bouley Test Kitchen, 31 West 21st Street

Jun 27, 2019
10

An Evening of Pampering with Rituals
Community
www.rituals.com

You're invited to relax and unwind with Rituals. Join us on Thursday, June 27th from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM for an evening of luxurious pampering treatments, moments of meditation, and 30% off your entire purchase. Located at 172 Fifth Avenue between 22nd and 23rd Street.

Jun 27, 2019
11

Throwback Thursday: Games, The Home Depot & Eataly, The PIT
Summer Series
http://www.flatirondistrict.nyc/news-and-events/newsroom/detail-news/712

For eight consecutive weeks this summer, join the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership beginning at 11 am for fun games, workshops, and entertainment on the Flatiron North Public Plaza! You can check out a board game from the game station, throw a few rounds of corn hole, or take a pic of you and your crew with our Instax cameras thanks to Fujifilm Wonder Photo Shop.

The Home Depot will be joining us from noon - 2 pm for a fun kids' workshop.

And n the evening, beginning at 6 pm, enjoy a live performance by The Peoples Improv Theater!

UPDATE: Free Gelato from Eataly rescheduled from 6/20 date

Jun 30, 2019
12

Disco Shawarma Pride Brunch Party at ilili
Culture
https://www.ililinyc.com/reservations/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=RESERVE%20NOW&utm_campaign=MYEMMA%20email%20tracking

On June 30, 2019, from 11 am to 4 pm at ilili Restaurant, drink, nibble, party, dance, mingle, and celebrate World Pride with Disco Shawarma and Friends of Lebmash.

Friends of LebMASH supports research, awareness, and policy-based initiatives that advocate for the advancement of the health and well-being of LGBTQ individuals and other marginalized communities from Lebanon and the rest of the Middle East North Africa Region.

There will be special performances by Emma Gration, who made it all the way from Beirut through border control to be at the event, Ellia J. Garlands, MC & Live Singer, Fadi Khoury Dance, and Live DJ Disco Theme with Cyril.

WHERE: ilili Restaurant, 236 Fifth Avenue, between West 27th and West 28th Streets
WHEN: Sunday, June 30, 2019 from 11 am to 4 pm

Jun 30, 2019
13

Drag Show Brunch at wagamama
Community
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/love-every-bun-drag-show-tickets-63391690252

Pride is a time to celebrate and wagamama is bringing the party right to the starting line of the parade! From 12 pm - 2 pm, our fabulous queens Kareema Puff and Kenya Keep Up will be dancing and singing to classic hits and taking suggestions from the audience. watch them work the runaway in our upstairs space overlooking madison square park while our DJ spins music to keep the party going. Ticket will include a selection of our bao buns stuffed with ingredients like pork belly+apple and panko-crusted eggplant. Full, private bar upstairs for attendees with drinks available for purchase with cash and card. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/love-every-bun-drag-show-tickets-63391690252

Jul 2, 2019
14

Talk Tuesday: Music & Entertainment Marketing & Promotion with Baruch
Summer Series
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/flatiron-talk-tuesday-music-and-entertainment-marketing-promotion-tickets-61310759131

ABOUT THIS CLASS
This talk is designed to introduce participants to the concept of marketing and branding and to help them gain an in-depth understanding of the interaction between marketing efforts, the target audience, sales, and public relations. It demonstrates how all these marketing concepts can be used together to enhance brand image and consistency.
Learning Objectives:
Participants who successfully complete the course will:
• Be able to research, identify and relate with the target market for specific entertainment product(s)
• Be able to align the entertainment product and marketing strategy to the target audience
• Have an understanding of how marketing campaigns are developed for advertising and promoting entertainment programming
• Relate marketing strategies and communication to branding and brand image
• Think strategically, creatively and entrepreneurial when coming up with marketing materials


INSTRUCTOR

ABOUT BARUCH COLLEGE
Baruch College's Division of Continuing and Professional Studies (CAPS) offers a superior academic program that is simultaneously one of the best educational values in New York City and beyond. CAPS runs over 1,000 classes and 50+ non-credit professional certificate programs every fall, spring, and summer. Plus, we develop customized courses and programs for small businesses and large corporations throughout the tri-state area, providing or supplementing their staff training options.

RSVP HERE

These talks are part of Flatiron Summer Series, a series of free community programming for the neighborhood by the neighborhood, including free educational and cultural talks on TalkTuesdays, free fitness classes on Wellness Wednesdays, and nostalgic games and performances on Throwback Thursdays. For a full list of free classes, activities, and entertainment on the Flatiron Public Plazas, visit FlatironDistrict.NYC/Summer2019

Rain Location: In the event of inclement weather, the event will take place at an INDOOR Rain Location. It will not be canceled. The talks will be held at 6 pm at the General Assembly location at 902 Broadway, 4th Floor. Follow us on Twitter @FlatironNY for last-minute updates.

Jul 3, 2019
15

Wellness Wednesday: HOT HIIT with bodē NYC
Summer Series
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/flatiron-wellness-wednesday-hot-hiit-registration-61310818308

ABOUT THIS CLASS
HOT HIIT® is a training system that combines High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), muscle toning, and cardio in a room headed to approximately 100 degrees. This practice burns fat and creates long, lean muscle mass with rapid results. It strengthens your core, improves circulation, and increases flexibility.
HOT HITT® is performed on a yoga mat. All movements are low impact, which protects your joints and muscles from the pounding of other exercises like running and jumping.

INSTRUCTOR
Monique Crous

ABOUT BODE NYC
bodē nyc™ opened its doors in August 1999 and became Manhattan’s first Bikram Yoga Studio. Owners Donna Rubin and Jennifer Lobo had both been avid practitioners of the Bikram method in other cities and knew that no city needed this healing and detoxing practice more than New York.
Word quickly spread about the amazing benefits of the practice and in 2001 the company opened two more studios on the Upper West Side and downtown making it the first multi location boutique fitness brand in NYC. In 2002, the Flatiron location opened and in 2006, the company opened its largest studio on the Upper East Side.
In 2016, Jen & Donna began introducing new classes that they felt would complement a Traditional Yoga practice, including Hot bodē flow for more upper body toning, Hot HIIT® for core strengthening, and Yin Nidra for deep stretching and meditation. They now offer a carefully curated schedule that provides a complete 360 degree fitness experience to put everyone on the path to radiant health and enlightenment.

RSVP HERE

*All participants must fill out and sign the release and waiver in order to participate. Participants under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian sign the release and waiver. Please bring a printed copy of your signed release and waiver to the registration table prior to class. There will be additional release and waiver forms on site. Download the release and waiver.

These fitness classes are part of Flatiron Summer Series, a series of free community programming for the neighborhood by the neighborhood, including free educational and cultural talks on TalkTuesdays, free fitness classes on Wellness Wednesdays, and nostalgic games and performances on Throwback Thursdays. For a full list of free classes, activities, and entertainment on the Flatiron Public Plazas, visit FlatironDistrict.NYC/Summer2019.

Jul 7, 2019
16

Free Independence Day Themed Walking Tour "From Independence Day to Evacuation Day"
Community

Leading up to Independence Day, the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership Business Improvement District (BID) will offer a free Independence Day-themed historic walking tour on Sunday, July 7, 2019, at 11 am. On the tour, “From Independence Day to Evacuation Day”, licensed New York City tour guide Miriam Berman, will give visitors an insight into the history of the Flatiron District during the time of liberation from the British.

“From Independence Day to Evacuation Day” will feature fascinating stories about the period that followed the Declaration of Independence, and the long-forgotten holiday Evacuation Day, when the British evacuated New York City, marking the official ending of the War for Independence.

When: Sunday, July 7, 2019, at 11 am

Where: Meet at the tip of the Flatiron Building on 23rd Street just east of 5th Avenue.

Jul 9, 2019
17

Talk Tuesday: Book Arts: Artists, Books and Independent Publishers of NYC
Summer Series
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/flatiron-talk-tuesday-book-arts-artists-books-indie-publishers-of-nyc-tickets-61310796242

ABOUT THIS CLASS
Books and book art encompass nearly every form of printed, written and even electronic communication, making them vital tools to examine the ways we define ourselves. Book art uses the ideas, forms, and concepts of the book format to analyze larger issues around identity, community, culture, and society. Join Center for Book Arts to learn more about what a work of book art is, how the interplay of form and content work together, and how versatile this artform is at crossing boundaries and touching everyone.

INSTRUCTOR
Corina Reynolds

ABOUT Center for Book Arts
Center for Book Arts promotes active explorations of both contemporary and traditional artistic practices related to the book as an art object. The Center seeks to facilitate communication between the book arts community and the larger spheres of contemporary visual and literary arts, while being a model organization locally, nationally, and internationally within the field. We achieve this through exhibitions, classes, public programming, literary presentations, opportunities for artists and writers, publications, and collecting.

RSVP HERE

These talks are part of Flatiron Summer Series, a series of free community programming for the neighborhood by the neighborhood, including free educational and cultural classes on Talk Tuesdays, free fitness classes on Wellness Wednesdays, and nostalgic games and performances on Throwback Thursdays. For a full list of free classes, activities, and entertainment on the Flatiron Public Plazas, visit FlatironDistrict.NYC/Summer2019

Rain Location: In the event of inclement weather, the event will take place at an INDOOR Rain Location. It will not be canceled. The talks will be held at 6 pm at the General Assembly location at 902 Broadway, 4th Floor. Follow us on Twitter @FlatironNY for last-minute updates.

Jul 10, 2019
18

Wellness Wednesday: DanceBody by DanceBody
Summer Series
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/flatiron-wellness-wednesday-dancebody-registration-61310847395

ABOUT THIS CLASS
Taught by dancer-turned- instructors, DanceBody is a dance- inspired fitness experience based in NYC with classes in Miami, The Hamptons, and online. Brain off, body on: get the benefits of dance cardio without having to think about the steps — just “follow along.” Our workout combines dance-inspired cardio and toning set to motivating music — we don't do boring. Our motto is “Keep Moving” - You’re Ready.

INSTRUCTOR
SAM

ABOUT DANCEBODY
DanceBody's dancer-turned-instructors help you move your body in new ways and working muscles you didn’t know existed. Our workout combines dance-inspired cardio and toning set to motivating music — we don't do boring. Every move is delivered with tough love because we know what you’re capable of. It’s unexpected and really damn good. You’re ready. Keep Moving™.

RSVP HERE

*All participants must fill out and sign the release and waiver in order to participate. Participants under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian sign the release and waiver. Please bring a printed copy of your signed release and waiver to the registration table prior to class. There will be additional release and waiver forms on site. Download the release and waiver.

These fitness classes are part of Flatiron Summer Series, a series of free community programming for the neighborhood by the neighborhood, including free educational and cultural talks on Talk Tuesdays, free fitness classes on Wellness Wednesdays, and nostalgic games and performances on Throwback Thursdays. For a full list of free classes, activities, and entertainment on the Flatiron Public Plazas, visit FlatironDistrict.NYC/Summer2019.

Jul 11, 2019
19

Throwback Thursday: Games, The Home Depot, The Jazz Gallery & Shake Shack
Summer Series
http://www.flatirondistrict.nyc/news-and-events/newsroom/detail-news/712

For eight consecutive weeks this summer, join the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership beginning at 11 am for fun games, workshop, and entertainment on the Flatiron North Public Plaza! You can check out a board game from the game station, throw a few rounds of corn hole, or take a pic of you and your crew with our Instax cameras thanks to Fujifilm Wonder Photo Shop.

The Home Depot will be joining us from noon - 2 pm for a fun kids' workshop.
In the evening, beginning at 6 pm, enjoy a live performance by The Jazz Gallery and Summer Scoops featuring free Frozen Custard from Eataly!

Jul 13, 2019
20

Center for Book Arts: Bookbinding for Teachers
Education
https://centerforbookarts.org/bookbinding-for-teachers/

Bookbinding for Teachers: Simple Bookmaking for Kids 7+

Saturday, July 13, 11-5pm; with Stephanie Krause

Learn how to make simple books that are kid-approved, low-mess, and high-impact, along with tips to teach your own students how to make them! This one-day workshop is designed for teachers of 7- to 12-year-olds, with methods and techniques that may be modified to accommodate other age groups. We will explore variations of single-sheet, pamphlet stitch, accordion, and more. You will leave with a variety of book structures and ideas for including book arts in your classroom. No previous bookbinding experience necessary.

Jul 13, 2019 - Jul 14, 2019
21

Printing with Modular Pieces
Culture
https://centerforbookarts.org/

In this two day class, we will compose prints with Alpha Blox, Mono Blox and Legos. These geometric shaped pieces can be easily configured and printed on the Vandercook. Students can make prints that have several layers, and explore how the colors interact.

Saturday & Sunday, July 13 & 14, 11 am - 5 pm

Enroll online!

Jul 14, 2019
22

Bastille Day Soiree - La Fete Nationale
Community
https://davidbouley.com/event/bouley-celebrates-bastille-day-la-fete-nationale/

Celebrate La Fête Nationale with jazz manouche – live gypsy jazz – and savor Chef David Bouley’s French nouvelle cuisine. Delight in signature passed canapés, charcuterie, French cheese by Master French Craftsman Rodolphe Le Meunier, Bouley baked breads and desserts by Chef Etienne Le Bastard. Experience live cooking demonstrations and special French wine program. Liberté, égalité, fraternité!

$150 + Gratuity and Tax.

When: Sunday, July 14th from 1:00pm to 4:000pm

Where: Bouley Test Kitchen, 31 West 21st Street

Jul 16, 2019
23

Talk Tuesday: Site City Future with Van Alen Institute
Summer Series
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/flatiron-talk-tuesday-site-city-future-tickets-61310820314

ABOUT CLASS Site City Future asks, how can the city design for livability while competing in a global economy? In what ways can design support the essential values that make New York a great city? What planning and design policies can promote a more inclusive approach to growth?
Site City Future will explore the impacts of future development on both the city’s physical character and the well-being of citizens through three lenses:
The Site: Connection to Place
The City: We Live on an Island
The Future: The Role of Design


ABOUT VAN ALEN INSTITUTE
At Van Alen Institute, we believe design can transform cities, landscapes, and regions to improve people’s lives.
We collaborate with communities, scholars, policymakers, and professionals on local and global initiatives that rigorously investigate the most pressing social, cultural, and ecological challenges of tomorrow.
Building on more than a century of experience, we develop cross disciplinary research, provocative public programs and inventive design competitions.

RSVP HERE

These talks are part of Flatiron Summer Series, a series of free community programming for the neighborhood by the neighborhood, including free educational and cultural talks on Talk Tuesdays, free fitness classes on Wellness Wednesdays, and nostalgic games and performances on Throwback Thursdays. For a full list of free classes, activities, and entertainment on the Flatiron Public Plazas, visit FlatironDistrict.NYC/Summer2019

Rain Location: In the event of inclement weather, the event will take place at an INDOOR Rain Location. It will not be canceled. The talks will be held at 6 pm at the General Assembly location at 902 Broadway, 4th Floor. Follow us on Twitter @FlatironNY for last-minute updates.

Jul 17, 2019
24

Wellness Wednesday: All Levels Yoga with Dharma Yoga
Summer Series
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/flatiron-wellness-wednesday-all-levels-yoga-registration-61310870464

ABOUT THIS CLASS
This is an Open / Mixed Level Dharma Yoga Practice. Dharma Yoga welcomes new students as well as those with a regular practice. It is Asana posture-based with Deep Healing Relaxation and Meditation. This series is designed to help advance students in their posture practice. It will support health to the entire bodily system through a series of balancing, stretching, back bending, twisting and inverted variations, including stepping stones to the Headstand. A great place to start if you have not tried Dharma Yoga. And a great practice if you are a regular Dharma Yoga Practitioner. Dharma looks forward to serving you.

INSTRUCTOR
Naomi Braka

ABOUT Dharma Yoga
Dharma Yoga welcomes the New York City community and beyond to their 7,500 ft Yoga Center located in the bustling Flatiron district of Manhattan. Come in anytime to start your practice and look out for our specials that they offer regularly.

RSVP HERE

*All participants must fill out and sign the release and waiver in order to participate. Participants under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian sign the release and waiver. Please bring a printed copy of your signed release and waiver to the registration table prior to class. There will be additional release and waiver forms on site. Download the release and waiver.

These fitness classes are part of Flatiron Summer Series, a series of free community programming for the neighborhood by the neighborhood, including free educational and cultural talks on Talk Tuesdays, free fitness classes on Wellness Wednesdays, and nostalgic games and performances on Throwback Thursdays. For a full list of free classes, activities, and entertainment on the Flatiron Public Plazas, visit FlatironDistrict.NYC/Summer2019.

Jul 18, 2019
25

Throwback Thursday: Games, PLAYDAY, & TADA! Youth Theater
Summer Series
http://www.flatirondistrict.nyc/news-and-events/newsroom/detail-news/712

For eight consecutive weeks this summer, join the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership beginning at 11 am for fun games, workshops, and entertainment on the Flatiron North Public Plaza! You can check out a board game from the game station, throw a few rounds of corn hole, or take a pic of you and your crew with our Instax cameras thanks to Fujifilm Wonder Photo Shop.

PLAYDAY will be joining us from noon - 2 pm for a fun kids' workshop.
In the evening, beginning at 6 pm, enjoy a live performance by TADA! Youth Theater.

Jul 23, 2019
26

Talk Tuesday: Brands as Landmarks with ThoughtMatter
Summer Series
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/flatiron-talk-tuesday-brands-as-landmarks-tickets-61310855419

ABOUT THIS CLASS
Landmarks, until very recently, were essential to urban navigation. The role of the landmark has changed dramatically now that people can carry the planet in their pocket. Iconic landmarks like Trinity Church and the Chrysler Building now compete for eyeballs not only with the traffic, signage and bustle of the city around them, but with a steady stream of emails, app notifications and breaking news alerts. We look for the Flatiron Building when we need to post to the ‘gram, not when we need to figure out where we’re going.
While the way that people relate to the physical world around them is evolving, this also creates new opportunities for place-based brands looking to catch people’s attention, raise awareness and increase engagement. Join ThoughtMatter’s director of content, Brendan Crain, for a talk and discussion about how brands can use messaging and visual identity to stand out in a crowded city.

INSTRUCTOR
Brendan Crain

ABOUT THOUGHTMATTER
ThoughtMatter is a branding studio with an artful perspective. We use design, logic and intuition to help businesses and brands find their place in a textured world.

RSVP HERE

These talks are part of Flatiron Summer Series, a series of free community programming for the neighborhood by the neighborhood, including free educational and cultural talks on Talk Tuesdays, free fitness classes on Wellness Wednesdays, and nostalgic games and performances on Throwback Thursdays. For a full list of free classes, activities, and entertainment on the Flatiron Public Plazas, visit FlatironDistrict.NYC/Summer2019

Rain Location: In the event of inclement weather, the event will take place at an INDOOR Rain Location. It will not be canceled. The talks will be held at 6 pm at the General Assembly location at 902 Broadway, 4th Floor. Follow us on Twitter @FlatironNY for last-minute updates.

Jul 24, 2019
27

Wellness Wednesday: All Levels Street Jazz: "Womanizer" by Britney Spears with Broadway Bodies
Summer Series
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/flatiron-wellness-wednesday-all-levels-street-jazz-registration-61310882500

ABOUT THIS CLASS
At Broadway Bodies, our exciting ALL-LEVELS STREET JAZZ class prepares you for the club! Each week, we bring edgy choreography to give you all the right moves for the next dance floor honored to have you. Whether at a wedding reception, after-work happy hour, or New York living room, you'll have the tools to live your "back-up dancer" dreams. Our motto is "F*** The Choreography," we don't care if you pick up all of the steps or fumble through the entire thing. We just want you to smile, sweat, and slay in your own way! Join us!

INSTRUCTOR
Alistair Williams

BROADWAY BODIES
Broadway Bodies is an all-levels dance program primarily for adults that teaches high-energy choreography in an incredibly achievable way. Inspired by your favorite music videos and Broadway shows, they offer a great workout and attainable dance instruction to get you to sweat, quickly pick up the dance routine, and unleash your inner superstar. Whether you execute the routine perfectly or fumble through the entire experience, enjoying yourself is truly the only thing that matters there.​

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*All participants must fill out and sign the release and waiver in order to participate. Participants under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian sign the release and waiver. Please bring a printed copy of your signed release and waiver to the registration table prior to class. There will be additional release and waiver forms on site. Download the release and waiver.

These fitness classes are part of Flatiron Summer Series, a series of free community programming for the neighborhood by the neighborhood, including free educational and cultural talks on Talk Tuesdays, free fitness classes on Wellness Wednesdays, and nostalgic games and performances on Throwback Thursdays. For a full list of free classes, activities, and entertainment on the Flatiron Public Plazas, visit FlatironDistrict.NYC/Summer2019.