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Workshop - Let us help you find a scholarship
This workshop is intended to aid in the research and preparation process required to apply for scholarships.
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Why Wait, Don’t Procrastinate
Now is the time to put an end to your procrastination! Learn ways to stop putting things off for tomorrow and start doing things today.
Observatory Public Open Night
The Observatory is open to the public every second or third Wednesday of the month rain or shine at 7:30pm (8:30pm during daylight saving time). Please call 718-262-2082 for more information.
Observatory Public Open Night
The Observatory is open to the public every second or third Wednesday of the month rain or shine at 7:30pm (8:30pm during daylight saving time). Please call 718-262-2082 for more information.
Women of Excellence Leadership Workshop
Rhonda Binda, Esq. Executive Director of the Jamaica Center Business Improvement District (BID)
Observatory Public Open Night
The Observatory is open to the public every second or third Wednesday of the month rain or shine at 7:30pm (8:30pm during daylight saving time). Please call 718-262-2082 for more information.
Mindfulness for the Wandering Mind
What is mindfulness? Learn how to pay attention in an alert way to improve focus.
Dance Theatre of Harlem
Please Join Us for Our First Annual Gala Featuring "Dance Theatre of Harlem" Artistic Director Virginia Johnson. Tickets Start @ $20
Arturo O'Farrill & The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra
The Chico O'Farrill Afro Cuban Jazz Orchestra remained a direct link to Afro Cuban Jazz's greatest composer. Every member of this world-class ensemble sat under the beloved Maestro. When Chico O'Farrill passed away in June of 2001 the baton was passed to his son, Arturo.
David Mamet's RACE
Race is a play by David Mamet that premiered on Broadway in December 2009. Mamet has stated that the intended "theme is race and the lies we tell each other on the subject."