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NOW - Sep 25, 2021
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Open Houses at TADA! Youth Theater
Family
https://www.tadatheater.com/

This fall, TADA! Youth Theater is thrilled to be back in person with a variety of active, fun musical theater classes for all ages and abilities! Please join TADA! for in-person Open Houses on Saturday, September 18th or Saturday, September 25th from 10:00AM-3:30PM to learn about Fall Semester classes.

Students will participate in a fun, active musical theater sample class led by two professional NYC Teaching Artists. TADA’s Director of Education will facilitate a Q&A and share information with parents.

*Registration required to attend – $25 per student. If you register for a fall class following Open House, the fee plus the discount will be applied to your class registration.

A unique Drama Desk award-winning nonprofit youth theater, TADA! Youth Theater’s mission since 1984 has been to provide young people from different social, racial, economic, and cultural backgrounds with musical theater programs that inspire them to learn, be creative, and think differently through high-quality productions, positive youth development, and education programs. TADA!’s vision is that all young people grow up feeling successful, creative, confident, accepted, and accepting of themselves. Through the ability of people learning to express themselves well, we can break down barriers of racism and inequality and create positive, active citizens.

Sep 22, 2021
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Luminary Speaker Series: Jacquelyn De Jesu, Founder and CEO of SHHHOWERCAP®
Education
https://luminary-legacy.us.hivebrite.com/events/14651?utm_medium=organic&utm_source=hubs&utm_campaign=flatiron-23rd-st-partnership

"I wanted something that didn’t exist. So, I set out to create it."

In this Luminary Speaker Series as part of Latinx Heritage Month, Cate Luzio, Founder & CEO of Luminary will host a fireside chat with Jacquelyn De Jesu, Founder and CEO of SHHHOWERCAP® on creativity in business: the power and value of new ideas. SHHHOWERCAP is a multi-million dollar haircare company that has created a disruptive new category in beauty: a fashion forward reinvention of the shower cap that has been optimized for both form and function. A brand born from their patented hit hero product — the namesake brand SHHHOWERCAP is the originator of the 'waterproof turban'. First to market as an innovative, high performance, fashion item being used primarily for hair protection while showering, as well as deep conditioning, makeup application, at home self care practices, and more.

In this session, hear from Jacquelyn on how she obsessively set out on the journey to make her invention into a reality, what inspired her to start the company, how she has been driven to create disruptive ideas by finding power in simplicity and powerful execution, and how she bootstrapped from launch in 2015 to currently thriving as an e-commerce business on shhhowercap.com.

This event is a hybrid event, with the option to attend in-person in NYC OR virtually. Please select the appropriate ticket at check-out.

More About Jacquelyn:
Jacquelyn DeJesu Center is the Founder and CEO of DEEJAYZOO, a femme-focused design and innovation company with creativity at its core. Their first product launch, flagship brand, and team’s current focus is SHHHOWERCAP®

Spending a decade as an award-winning advertising Art Director, Jacquelyn had a front row seat building brands and amplifying strategies at some of the world’s top agencies (BBDO, Saatchi & Saatchi, Co: Collective, 360i, HUGE). She has led the creative work on campaigns across a range of consumer facing categories with clients such as YouTube/Google, VICE, Altoids, 5Gum, Orbit, Midol, Cheerios, Pampers, Miller Lite, Olay, Aleve, Fisher Price, Suave, and Clinique.

Throughout her career, Jacquelyn has been driven to create disruptive ideas by finding power in simplicity and powerful execution. In 2013, she channeled this same passion and set out on a mission to create a shower cap that wouldn’t feel like a sacrifice. The disruptive invention SHHHOWERCAP was born. In 2015 they launched, receiving a viral press flurry covered everywhere from FastCompany and The Today Show to VOGUE—and in a few short years, shifted outdated category perception to become a multi-million dollar globally recognized name brand sold in BlueMercury, Goop, Anthropologie, Net-A-Porter, and even The MoMA Design store.

RSVP here!

Sep 22, 2021
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Virtual Luminary Open House
Community
https://luminary-legacy.us.hivebrite.com/events/14728?utm_medium=organic&utm_source=hubs&utm_campaign=flatiron-23rd-st-partnership

Join us for Community & Connections! Learn for yourself why Luminary is the premier collaboration hub for women and women-identified who are passionate about professional development and expanding their networks.

This is a great way for all those interested in learning more about Luminary and meet other new potential members.

Date: Sept. 22nd 2021 - 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Please RSVP and we look forward to "seeing" you there!

Sep 29, 2021
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Healthy Living in the Community Series
Community

Community Board Six and NYU Langone Health present a six-event series: Healthy Living in the Community.

Join the first event with two topic discussions on Wednesday, September 29th at 6 PM via Zoom.

Topic 1: COVID-19 Vaccine: Long-Term Immunity and Booster Shots with speaker Jennifer Lee Dong, MD.

Topic 2: Grief and Family Loss from COVID-19 with speaker Naomi Simon, MD, MSc.

Register for the event at: https://tinyurl.com/09-2021-Healthy-Living-Forum

Oct 2, 2021 - Dec 14, 2021
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Fall Classes at TADA! Youth Theater
Family
https://www.tadatheater.com/

TADA! Youth Theater is thrilled to be back in person this fall with a variety of active, fun musical theater classes for all ages and abilities! Students will engage in musical theater training, stay active, learn vocals and choreography to upbeat Broadway Songs, benefit from one-on-one attention and solo opportunities, and experience ensemble-based instruction by professional NYC Teaching Artists while making connections with new friends. The final class will culminate in a live performance for an audience of invited family and friends.

All classes are at TADA! Youth Theater at 15 W 28th Street, 3rd floor, (between Broadway & Fifth Avenue) in Manhattan from October 2 through December 14, 2021 (9 sessions).

Musical Theater Minis, Ages 4-5, on Mondays from 3:30PM-5PM & Saturdays from 10AM-11:30AM.
Jazzy Junior, Ages 6-7, on Mondays from 4PM-5:30PM & Saturdays from 12PM-1:30PM.
Rising Star, Ages 8-10, on Wednesdays from 4:00PM-5:30 PM & Saturdays from 2PM-3:30PM.
Broadway Bound, Middle School, on Tuesdays 5PM-6:30PM.

Fall semester classes offer an exciting theatrical experience. Young people will explore the essential skills of singing, dancing and acting to allow their imaginations to soar!

A unique Drama Desk award-winning nonprofit youth theater, TADA! Youth Theater’s mission since 1984 has been to provide young people from different social, racial, economic, and cultural backgrounds with musical theater programs that inspire them to learn, be creative, and think differently through high-quality productions, positive youth development, and education programs.

Oct 13, 2021
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15th Annual Meeting - Virtual & In-Person Hybrid Event
Community

Join us for the 15th Annual Meeting of the Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership Business Improvement District (BID).

The Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership is hosting this year's Annual Meeting as a hybrid in-person and online event. Neighbors and stakeholders are are encouraged to join as we discuss ‘Moving Forward’ as a district, the BID's Boundary Expansion, the state of the neighborhood, and the Partnership's work over the last year.

Wednesday, October 13th at 4:30 pm.

VIRTUAL SIGN-UP: RSVP HERE.
Meeting begins at 4:30 pm via Zoom.

IN-PERSON SIGN-UP: RSVP HERE.
Venue: Cure by Deerfeild (Rooftop Terrace), 345 Park Avenue South
On-site check-in begins at 4:00 p.m. The meeting starts at 4:30 p.m. A cocktail reception with light fare will follow.
All in-person attendees must be fully vaccinated and capacity is limited.

District property owners, commercial tenants, businesses, and residents who wish to vote at the meeting must RSVP and register by Friday, October 4th, 2021. Admission is free, and all are welcome to attend.