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Films in Tompkins: Poltergeist

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Add to Calendar 16-08-2012 16-08-2012 15 Films in Tompkins: Poltergeist HOWL! Arts, Inc., producer of the HOWL! Festival and other events designed to highlight the energy and imagination of the East Village creative community, presents Films in Tompkins, a series of Thursday evening screenings in Tompkins Square Park marrying film and live music. This week features "Poltergeist" with music by Timbila. Dedicated to serving the community and nurturing creativity, the Films in Tompkins showcases the rich artistic diversity of the East Village and engages and incites people to connect with the arts and each other. All events are free and feature live music. HOWL Arts, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization inspired by the late poet-philosopher Allen Ginsberg, a lifelong spokesperson for peace, justice, and freedom of expression. http://www.nymetroparents.com/2015neweventinfo.cfm?id=114548 Tompkins Square Park true DD/MM/YYYY
August 16, 2012
Sundown
Tompkins Square Park
East Village
Tween, Teen, Adult

Description: HOWL! Arts, Inc., producer of the HOWL! Festival and other events designed to highlight the energy and imagination of the East Village creative community, presents Films in Tompkins, a series of Thursday evening screenings in Tompkins Square Park marrying film and live music. This week features "Poltergeist" with music by Timbila.

Dedicated to serving the community and nurturing creativity, the Films in Tompkins showcases the rich artistic diversity of the East Village and engages and incites people to connect with the arts and each other. All events are free and feature live music.

HOWL Arts, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization inspired by the late poet-philosopher Allen Ginsberg, a lifelong spokesperson for peace, justice, and freedom of expression.

Address: E. 7th Street between Avenues A and B
East Village, NY 10009
Phone:
Website: filmsintompkins2012.com

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