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THINGS TO DO WITH KIDS IN BRONX ON MARCH 18

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free and low-cost things to do with kids in Bronx Find free and low-cost things to do with kids in Bronx today, March 18, including fun activities and events the whole family can enjoy. See what's going on today in Bronx's museums, galleries, and libraries for some educational fun; in the parks, for outdoor and nature activities; and in the theaters, for children's concerts and performances. Plus, get details and directions on any street fairs or holiday festivals happening March 18. For even more free and low-cost upcoming events in Bronx, check out our complete calendar of events.

UG! COMEDY SHOW!! 4.0 - No Fun Bar
March 18, 2014 - NYC

Todd Montesi and Pat Rigby present awesome comics in front of a cool supportive crowd in the epicenter of hip NYC the East Village. Featuring both established comic veterans you've seen on TV to the up and comers, UG guarantees a swell time all for FREE! We've also got tons of drink specials (Half priced drinks till 9pm)! So what are you waiting for? Come down and UG! it with us!!! This week's guests (Tuesday March 18th, 2014 lineup): St. Stacy Kendro! Tiana-uana Miller! Bawse Lady Devin Dakota Cronin! Ms. Missy Baker! U Betchya, It's Arden Nicoletta! Funk Master David Del Rosario! Hosted by Pat Rigby! Featuring Todd Montesi!! DJ'd By Liz "White Girl Problems" Lord!!!

Story Time Book Club @ Pottery Barn Kids - Pottery Barn Kids
March 18, 2014 - White Plains

Kids are invited to join the Story Time Club which meets every Tuesday. First-time members receive an official Book Club Passport at their first Story Time, and a special gift after five visits.

Tot Tuesdays at LEGOLAND Discovery Center - LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester
March 18, 2014 - Yonkers

The tri-state area's youngest LEGO enthusiasts can enjoy special activities during Tot Tuesdays. Tot Tuesdays will take place every Tuesday, from 10am-2pm, at Ridge Hill in Yonkers. Little LEGO lovers and their parents can experience the attraction and enjoy events tailored for them. Guests will also get to enjoy the attraction's range of interactive experiences, including its 4D cinema, two LEGO amusement rides and MINILAND, the venue's signature re-creation of landmark locations and buildings throughout Westchester County and New York City, made entirely out of LEGO bricks. Free Wi-Fi will be available for parents at the attraction. LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester is a $12 million, 32,300-square-foot indoor attraction featuring more than 3 million LEGO bricks, geared towards children ages 3-10 and their families. Its range of educational and interactive attractions will include hands-on play areas, a 4D cinema, master classes led by Master Model Builders, two LEGO amusement rides, special party rooms, and MINILAND. To purchase tickets and annual passes, or for more information, visit legolanddiscoverycenter.com/westchester.

Terrific Tales for Twos and Three - Wilton Library
March 18, 2014 - Wilton

Children and their caregivers will sing songs, listen to stories, and enjoy playtime together while building literacy and social skills. This weekly program runs for 11 weeks. No registration, no fee.

Look, Listen and Learn - Wilton Library
March 18, 2014 - Wilton

By interacting with stories, singing songs and acting out finger plays and rhymes, children ages 3 and 4 gain pre-reading skills and learn how to participate in a group setting.

Literary Littles - Wilton Library
March 18, 2014 - Wilton

This story time provides children ages 4-5 with experiences that enrich early literacy. Children will hear stories, watch short films, sing songs, and do a craft. No registration, no fee.

Preschool Storytime - Haverstraw King's Daughters Public Library
March 18, 2014 - Garnerville

Toddlers are invited to the library for stories, songs, puppets, and more. Tuesdays through May 13. Registration is required.

Tuesday Storytime on the Farm - Muscoot Farm
March 18, 2014 - Katonah

All ages are invited to hear stories on the farm every Tuesday through the end of March.

Mother 2 Mother Breastfeeding Support Group - Rockland County Department of Health WIC Office
March 18, 2014 - Spring Valley

The Rockland County Department of Health invites new mothers and mothers-to-be to attend this monthly support group that offers help and information. The program is led by a certified lactation consultant who can help women with their questions and concerns. Babies and toddlers are welcome. The group is available in Spanish at 1:45pm.

Silly Songs for Kids with Mr. Kurt - Rose Memorial Library
March 18, 2014 - Stony Point

Toddlers are invited to sing, clap, and dance to silly songs with Mr. Kurt in a fun-filled show that features live performances from members of the audience, shakers and drums for everyone, limber jack puppets, a jaw harp, ukelele, slide whistle, musical storytelling, and a whole-lotta-bubbles. Registration is required.

Tales & Tunes - Haverstraw King's Daughters Public Library
March 18, 2014 - Garnerville

Walkers up to 36 months and their parent or caregiver are invited to the library for stories, fingerplays, songs, and bubbles. Registration is required.

Toddler Workshop - Jill's Ceramics
March 18, 2014 - West Nyack

Jill will help young artists design seasonal or holiday-themed crafts. Children can choose from a large array of items including dishes, mugs, plates, jewelry boxes, Hello Kitty and princess plaques, Ariel statues, and more including special gifts for St. Patrick's Day. Pieces can be taken home that day or left for glazing. Fee includes instruction. Pre-registration is requested. Workshops will be held each Monday and Tuesday.

La Sonnambula - Metropolitan Opera
March 18, 2014 - New York

Diana Damrau stars as Amina opposite bel canto specialist Javier Camarena as Elvino in Mary Zimmerman's intriguing staging of Bellini's sweet love story, with its unforgettable sleepwalking aria for the heroine. Marco Armiliato conducts.

Homework Help - Laurelton Library
March 18, 2014 - Laurelton

Afterschool homework assistance in math, writing and other subjects is available for children in Grades 1-6.

Traditional Irish Music - Floral Park Public Library
March 18, 2014 - Floral Park

Enjoy great traditional Irish music just in time for St. Paddy's Day.

Needlework Club - Bayside Library
March 18, 2014 - Bayside

Ms. Irene will show adults, teens, and children ages 8 and older how to do needlework. Participants need to bring their own materials. Great time for family and making new friends.

Wii Gaming - Astoria Library
March 18, 2014 - Long IslandCity

Kids ages 10 and older can show off their dance skills and make new friends. Dance along to Wii Just Dance 2,3,4, 2014 or Kids, or participants can bring their own multiplayer titles to share.

Stomp, Clap, and Sing with Suzi Shelton - Brooklyn Public Library, central branch
March 18, 2014 - Prospect Heights

Brooklyn favorite Suzi Shelton brings a rollicking show that incorporates music and movement with her fun and enjoyable original songs.

stART (Story + Art) - Long Island Children's Museum
March 18, 2014 - Garden City

Join in each week as kids read childhood classics and are introduced to new favorites; followed by literature-inspired activities and crafts.

Chess - Brooklyn Public Library, DeKalb branch
March 18, 2014 - Bushwick

Kids play, practice, and learn chess.

Toddler Time - Brooklyn Public Library, Walt Whitman branch
March 18, 2014 - Fort Greene

Toddlers, 18-36 months, enjoy stories, songs, and playtime.

Story Time - Brooklyn Public Library, Leonard branch
March 18, 2014 - Williamsburg

Stories, songs, and fingerplays for pre-walkers and their caregivers.

Sign Language - Long Island Children's Museum
March 18, 2014 - Garden City

Join in for an interactive child sign language class that is fun and easy for both the child and their grown-up. Help your child talk sooner and gain a long-lasting boost in their communication and language skills.

Music for Aardvarks and other Mammals - Congregation Sons of Israel
March 18, 2014 - Upper Nyack

Toddlers are invited to sing, dance, and jam out on a ton of instruments with Music for Aardvarks and other Mammals.

Ready! Sit! Read! @ The Field - Field Library
March 18, 2014 - Peekskill

A fun, interactive storytime that focuses on early reading skills for kids ages 3-5. Drop in for stories, songs, and games that will encourage your child's love of books - and will help your child to develop the skills that are so important in learning to read. No sign-up required.

African Dance Workshop - East Elmhurst Library
March 18, 2014 - East Elmhurst

Damon Foster will lead an explosive dance workshop series that focuses on movement, and rhythm. Dance to the beat of the drum while honoring African ancestors! Participants will be able to showcase their skills at the final workshop. Pre-registration required.

'Green' Comic Workshop - Sunnyside Library
March 18, 2014 - Long Island City

Save the planet, comic book style! Kids learn how to create their own comic book heroes and villains and find out how to make the world safer and cleaner at the same time!

Bereavement Support Group - Temple Emanuel
March 18, 2014 - East Meadow

COPE, a grief and healing organization dedicated to supporting parents and families living with the loss of a child, holds monthly support groups meetings for bereaved parents one Tuesday per month. Parents and siblings new to COPE must speak to COPE's Executive Director Karen Flyer prior to their first meeting 516-484-4993.

Open Studio - Little Art Studio
March 18, 2014 - Oyster Bay

Bring out the artist in your little one. Paint, glue, mold, mush, and play. A great place for play groups. For ages 2-5 years with adult. Call for reservations.

Open Jump - Pump It Up
March 18, 2014 - Great Neck

Open Jumps are open play time where your child can have the time of their life. The facility's massive inflatables spark their imaginations to run wild. It's not only fun for the kids, but provides a healthy workout that burns off excess energy and helps keep them fit. It's fun for kids of all ages.

Drop In Craft - Haverstraw King's Daughters Public Library, Village Branch
March 18, 2014 - Haverstraw

Students in kindergarden through 5th grade are invited to make a fun craft to take home.

Family Storytime - Haverstraw King's Daughters Public Library, Village Branch
March 18, 2014 - Haverstraw

Children ages 3-5 are invited for stories, songs, and more. Tuesdays through April 29.

Parent Tour: Ready, Set, Go! Preschoolers Program - Rutgers Community Programs
March 18, 2014 - Upper West Side

Parents of children ages 3-5 (and those who'll turn 3 by Sept. 1) can tour Rutger's Ready, Set, Go! program. Ready, Set, Go! is dedicated to nurturing children?s innate creativity and curiosity in a flexible, non-competitive environment by offering a balanced, whole-child approach in which preschoolers learn through play. Admission is on a first come, first served basis. Tours are for adults only and RSVP is required. Contact Jennifer Moore at jmoore@rutgerschurch.org or 212-877-8227, x212. rutgerschurch.org.

Itsy Bitsy Playgroup - Temple Sholom
March 18, 2014 - Greenwich

An informal playgroup for moms with babies under 24 months old led by Sarah Fradkin. Each week includes music time, stories and gross motor play, as well as periodic visits by local infant and toddler experts and practitioners. RSVP is necessary to attend. For more information, go to meetup.com/ItsyBitsyPlaygroupGreenwich. Temple membership not required.

LEARN TO DRAW with ART TEACHER AMY: Ages 6-9 - St. Luke's Lutheran Church
March 18, 2014 - Bayshore

Step-by-step, your child can learn to draw animals, landscapes, people and masterworks while they experiment with chalk and oil pastels, watercolors and markers.

ART My WAY! (special needs) - Bubble
March 18, 2014 - Babylon

Art is a wonderful way for all children to be free to explore, learn, be creative, and most importantly feel proud of their work. Art my Way is created for special needs children to explore art expression as they enhance learning, creativity, risk taking, knowledge of visual arts and more. Pre-Registration is required.

Little New-Yorkers - DiMenna Children's Histtory Museum at New-York Historical Society
March 18, 2014 - Upper West Side

Each class includes time with historic toys, a special Little New-Yorkers hello song, story readings, and a related craft project.

Wildlife Rehab 101 - Sheldrake Environmental Center
March 18, 2014 - Larchmont

At Wildlife Rehab 101, wildlife rehabilitator, Kate Murphy, will share insights on what you should (and should not) do if you find an injured animal, tell dramatic stories about her animal rescue experiences, and explain how you can become a wildlife rehabilitator. She will also bring some animal friends. Wildlife Rehab 101 is appropriate for the general public as well as personnel from veterinary offices, nature centers, local police departments, animal rescue groups, humane societies, museums and pet stores. Sheldrake is co-sponsoring this event with Animal Nation. RSVP requested.

Dumbo Comedy - Dish Dumbo
March 18, 2014 - Brooklyn

Standup Comedy returns to DUMBO! Featured in the NY Daily News, Dumbo Comedy brings you top comics from Comedy Central, HBO, MTV and all the best clubs in the city. Beginning in February the show is every Tuesday in the downstairs lounge of Dish Restaurant at 81 Washington Street. They have great food and a full bar with drink specials for the show! (http://www.dishdumbo.com). F train to York Street or A/C train to High St/Brooklyn Bridge. No cover! Starting in February: Every Tuesday! Live music at 8pm. Comedy at 8:30pm. Aaron Kominos-Smith and Meghan Hanley present the best comics in NYC.

Comedyjuice with Janeane Garaofalo, Saturday Night Live's Sasheer Zamata and Brooks Whelan - Gotham Comedy Club
March 18, 2014 - New York

The Affordable Care Act: What it Means For You - Dodge YMCA
March 18, 2014 - Brooklyn

Dodge YMCA Lecture Series: The Affordable Care Act & What it Means for You Tuesday, March 18, 7:00 PM, Classroom A, Dodge YMCA, 225 Atlantic Ave. It has been all over the news, but do you know what your options are under the Affordable Care Act? Do you have questions about what the statute means for you? Please join us to hear a representative from the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce explain what you need to know about the Affordable Care Act, the upcoming March 31st registration deadline and the consequences if you do not register by that date. This free event is open to all, but we ask that you let us know if you are coming. Please RSVP by email to alaber@ymcanyc.org or sign up at the membership desk.

17th New York Sephardic Jewish Film Festival - Center for Jewish History
Through March 20, 2014 - New York

Since its inception in 1990, the goal of the NY Sephardic Jewish Film Festival has been "to illuminate the scope of the Sephardi and Mizrahi experience; to raise the consciousness of the American Jewish, and non-Jewish, community to a better understanding of Sephardi and Mizrahi Jewry; and to present, through the medium of film, the history, literature, poetry, music, dance, customs and traditions of these communities." The only annual festival of its kind, the films focus on Jews from the Iberian Peninsula, North Africa, the Balkans, Middle East and Asia, past and present. As in previous years, we provide a meaningful context in which to explore these films through numerous post-screening discussions with filmmakers, actors, and scholars.

Melinda Doolittle - 54 Below
Through March 20, 2014 - New York

American Idol Star and powerhouse vocalist Melinda Doolittle returns to the stage to celebrate the release of her sophomore album You're The Reason. As in her latest album, Doolittle dissects the topic of Love from every angle. In an evening running the musical gamut from Blues to Broadway, Melinda exhibits why the New York Times raves "Ms. Doolittle has a voice that inspires trust?a stylistically adroit, phenomenally gifted singer". Featuring original compositions (premiering live for the first time), hilarious stories, and 'Idol' songs that started it all, Melinda explores what keeps her on the journey through lyrics and life?It Must Be Love.

Long Island's Got Talent 2014! - Ward Melville Heritage Organization
Through March 21, 2014 - Stony Brook

Attention Long Island students. Can you carry a tune? Is a musical instrument your specialty? If so get your audition DVD submitted now for Long Island's Got Talent 2014, hosted by the Ward Melville Heritage Organization. Created by WMHO's Youth Corps, the event gives Long Island students the opportunity to show off their talents this spring. It's open to students 10-17 years of age in Nassau or Suffolk County who must still be in high school at the time awards are given in October 2014. Talent must be non-professional vocal or musical instrument performances. The entry deadline is March 21 and there is a $25 entry fee. A total of $25,000 in scholarships will be awarded from Five Towns College and a $1,000 cash prize will be awarded to the 1st place winner, courtesy of Competition Automotive Group. Those contacted after submission of their DVD will be asked to perform at the first round on April 4 at WMHO's Educational & Cultural Center. Semi-finalists chosen will then perform at WMHO's Sunday Summer Concerts series and the finals take place in October 2014 when the winners will be chosen.

The Allman Brothers Band - Beacon Theatre
Through March 22, 2014 - New York

The Allman Brothers Band plays a string of 10 shows marking their 45th anniversary.

Frank Thiel - Nowhere Is a Place - Sean Kelly Gallery
Through March 22, 2014 - New York

For the past two decades, Thiel has recorded the changing architectural landscape of post-reunification Berlin with densely textured, large-scale color photographs. Nowhere is a Place marks the international debut of Thiel's latest work, in which he has turned his camera on the massive glacial ice formations in Argentine Patagonia. The images that comprise the exhibition are a haunting meditation on the strength and majesty, as well as the fragility and endangerment, of the natural world.

Simon Evans - Edible Landscape - James Cohan Gallery
Through March 22, 2014 - New York

The gallery's third solo exhibition by Brooklyn-based British artist Simon Evans marks an evolution for the artist with the debut of four large-scale abstract works, accompanied by new intricate drawings, paper weavings and sculpture.

Asia Week New York - Asia Week New York Galleries
Through March 22, 2014 - New York

Now in its sixth year, Asia Week New York continues its tradition of unveiling a spectacular trove of superlative Asian works of art – all making their debut at exhibitions which open simultaneously at galleries throughout Manhattan. Asia Week New York exhibitions are open and free to the public, and each reveals the rarest and finest Asian examples of ceramics, jewelry, textiles, paintings, sculpture, bronzes, prints, photographs and jades, representing artistry, ingenuity and imagination from every corner and time period of Asia.

The ABC Of It: Why Children's Books Matter - The New York Public Library - Stephen A. Schwarzman Building
Through March 23, 2014 - Midtown

The New York Public Library explores children's literature and its crucial role in educating and entertaining readers of all ages, and shaping and chronicling society and culture, in its new free exhibition, The ABC of It: Why Children's Books Matter. The exhibition will run from June 21, 2013 until March 23, 2014 at the library's Stephen A. Schwarzman Building on Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street. Curated by noted children's book expert Leonard S. Marcus, The ABC of It features nearly 250 items from across the library's vast collections. Original artwork, correspondence, and recordings accompany books from significant authors from the 1600s to the modern day. It provides a meaningful new context for many of the New York Public Library's treasures: the copy of "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" that belonged to Alice Liddell, the child for whom Lewis Carroll wrote it; a rare 1666 illustrated children's edition of Aesop's fables that survived the Great Fire of London; Nathaniel Hawthorne's family copy of "Mother Goose," with annotations stating some passages were too scary to read to their children; the manuscript of Frances Hodgson Burnett's "The Secret Garden;" Mary Poppins author P. L. Travers's parrot-head umbrella; recordings of E.B. White reading excerpts of "Charlotte's Web;" and the original Winnie-the-Pooh stuffed animals; among others.

Alonzo King LINES Ballet - Joyce Theater
Through March 23, 2014 - New York

Alonzo King LINES Ballet returns to The Joyce with Constellation, a luminous and lucid, encompassing and intimate evening-length piece featuring a light installation by the internationally-acclaimed electronic artist Jim Campbell. When the dancers glimmer into view, they move the way that ideas move through the mind: synoptically, in pulses and flashes. Sharing the stage is the regal Metropolitan Opera mezzo-soprano Maya Lahyani, whose voluptuous voice enhances a mesmerizing Baroque score.

Art Spiegelman's Co-Mix: A Retrospective - The Jewish Museum
Through March 23, 2014 - New York

This first U.S. retrospective celebrates the career of one of the most influential living comic artists. The exhibition spans Spiegelman's career from his early days in underground "comix" to provocative New Yorker covers and artistic collaborations in new media. Included are over three hundred preparatory sketches, preliminary and final drawings, plus prints and other ephemeral and documentary material.

Exhibition: Oysters, Pearls of Long Island Sound - Bruce Museum
Through March 23, 2014 - Greenwich

Found in estuaries around the world, oysters are a favored delicacy for humans and play a valuable role in ecosystems and economies. These unassuming mollusks have sustained Native Americans, cleaned polluted harbors, provided critical habitat, and created waterside cultures. Explore the science and natural history of oysters, particularly the Long Island Sound's native Eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica. November 2 - March 23, 2014.

Masterpieces & Curiosities: A Medieval Aquamanile - The Jewish Museum
Through March 23, 2014 - New York

This first Masterpieces and Curiosities installment centers around a rare Jewish aquamanile, a lion-shaped hand-washing pitcher made of bronze and created in Germany in the twelfth century, surrounded by five additional works to provide further context.

Cleve Gray's Threnody: Forty Years - A lamentation on the loss of life in the Vietnam era - Neuberger Museum of Art
Through March 23, 2014 - Purchase

Forty years ago American artist and abstract expressionist Cleve Gray was commissioned to create a site-specific painting for the inauguration of the Neuberger Museum of Art of Purchase College in 1974. Threnody (1972-73), the 22-foot tall, 250-foot long artwork in 28 panels, turned out to be an extraordinary project - a lament for the dead on both sides of the Vietnam War. At the time, college students across the country were demonstrating against the conflict in Vietnam, a war they felt to be unjust and inhumane. Gray saw the significance of the Museum's location on a college campus. An active anti-war advocate himself, Gray saw this as an opportunity to support the students and express his hope for humanity's spiritual and emotional healing. As part of the Neuberger Museum's 40th anniversary celebration, Gray's monumental artwork will once again be on view, in "Cleve Gray's Threnody: Forty Years," organized by assistant curator, Avis Larson. Generous support for "Cleve Gray's Threnody: Forty Years" is provided by the Friends of the Neuberger Museum of Art and Purchase College Foundation. Threnody features 28 contiguous panels installed in the museum's Theater Gallery, effectively converting it into a cathedral with tall vertical forms engaged in a "dance of death and life." "Threnody considers opposites - male and female, love and hate, conflict and peace," notes Larson. She points out that Threnody continues to have an impact on viewers forty years after it was first exhibited. "In many ways we are facing similar issues relating to war and the loss of innocent lives, in addition to the many other situations we have to confront here in the United States, such as gun violence." A "threnody" is a classical song of mourning, a lamentation. In 1975, when explaining the piece, Gray wrote: "I felt that tragedy had been manifested more intensely during those years and in the preceding decade than at any other time in American history. Iniquity, futile death, and destruction surrounded us with little relief. This sense of tragedy in the sixties and seventies insisted itself upon me as the subject matter for the walls I had been asked to paint in the Neuberger Museum, for I felt that the heroic space encompassed by these walls required a heroic subject." Threnody marked a turning point in the artist's investigation of a radically simplified, vertical image, and the large-scale calligraphic gestures that became the hallmark of his mature paintings. To prepare, Gray created several hundred color studies and over 100 figure studies over a period of about 18 months. About his approach to large-scale logistics, Gray wrote that he "had a 20' x 20' easel constructed...it had a hoist so that it could be raised to the vertical position." In addition, he used very large brushes, sometimes janitors' push brooms, and plastic swimming pools in which to mix his paints. Rhythmically spaced motifs in the 28 panels suggest a diversity of imagery, and most vividly, perhaps, a procession of solemn dancers. "The depiction of tragedy often requires an element of hope, so I chose a positive red for the central figure of the 'apse' wall. Unexpectedly but inevitably this figure became the climactic point of the room. In the midst of death it had to offer the hope of life, just as blood is both the palpitating fluid of life and the fleeting evidence of death." Larson believes that the reinstallation of Threnody "impresses upon us the need for humanity's spiritual and emotional healing as we now face the devastation of current wars and the loss of life on both sides. Threnody offers our students and the general public a place conducive to contemplation and meditation." Threnody is part of the Neuberger Museum's permanent collection, and has been exhibited from time to time, most recently in 2007, and before then, shortly after 9/11. On view from January 12 through March 23.

Women's Project Theater Presents 'The Architecture of Beoming' - New York City Center Stage II
Through March 23, 2014 - New York

A lost postcard, the ghost of an opera diva and the siren call of the City. Erupting from the shadows of New York City Center is a world premiere production filled with the mysteries of the past and desires for the future.

Snow Day in Oyster Bay - Oyster Bay Historical Society
Through March 23, 2014 - Oyster Bay

Snow Day in Oyster Bay features artifacts, images, and clothing from the Society's permanent collection, as well as costumes on loan from the personal collections of Monica Randall and other lenders. The exhibition highlights many of the traditional activities of Oyster Bay in winter, including sledding, bobsledding, skating, and skiing. The exhibit runs thru March 23.

Spring Flower and Garden Show - Hicks Nurseries
Through March 23, 2014 - Westbury

A breath of fresh air after a long cold winter, the annual Spring Flower and Garden Show provides inspiration and unique expert advice for gardeners. Beautifully designed display gardens, seminars, and children's workshops offer a first glimpse of the latest gardening trends, products and ideas.

The Architecture of Becoming - New York City Center
Through March 23, 2014 - New York

The 15 hottest theater artists in NYC bring you this evocative theatrical tapestry. A lost postcard, the ghost of an opera diva and the siren call of the City. Erupting from the shadows of New York City Center, expect history and mystery in this world premiere production. written by Kara Lee Corthron, Sarah Gancher, Virginia Grise, Dipika Guha, Lauren Yee directed by Elena Araoz, Lydia Fort, Lauren Keating, produced by Deadria Harrington, Jane Jung, Meropi Peponides, Aktina Stathaki, Lanie Zipoy. Conceived by Elena Araoz, Kara Lee Corthron, Lydia Fort, Sarah Gancher, Virginia Grise, Dipika Guha, Deadria Harrington, Jane Jung, Lauren Keating, Lila Neugebauer, Meropi Peponides, Aktina Stathaki, Lily Whitsitt, Lauren Yee, Lanie Zipoy.

FINE ART PARTNER WORKSHOP FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS - Art League of Long Island
Through March 23, 2014 - Dix Hills

Come and enjoy this series of Fine Craft Workshops designed for Children with Special Needs and their loving companion. These workshops will afford the unique opportunity for artistic expression, while at the same time, provide a precious bonding experience between a child and their loved one. In each workshop, you wll explore a different medium through the art of crafting. March 2-March 23, 2014.

EMPIRE CITY CASINO'S PINCH AND DAN ROONEY'S SPORTS BAR PARTICIPATE IN HUDSON VALLEY RESTAURANT WEEK - Empire City Casino
Through March 23, 2014 - Yonkers

Empire City Casino’s (Yonkers, NY) two new award-winning restaurants – Dan Rooney’s Sports Bar and Pinch American Grill – will once again be participating in Hudson Valley Restaurant Week from March 10th – 23rd. Both restaurants will be offering three-course dinner menus for just $29.99 for the two-week period. Dan Rooney’s will also offer a lunch menu priced at $19.99. Reservations can be made online at opentable.com, or by calling Dan Rooney’s 914-457-2531, or Pinch American Grill 914-457-2541. Pinch American Grill features an open kitchen, raw bar and pastry counter in a vintage diner-style environment. The beer program undoubtedly serves as a major attraction with an onsite certified beer cicerone and 100 New York craft beers on tap, large format beers, and table-side taps allowing diners to “pour your own” beer. Inspired by the original Dan Rooney’s Sports Bar built and operated in the early 1900s in Pittsburgh by the family of Tim Rooney, the current owner and operator of Empire City Casino, the new Dan Rooney’s Sports Bar is warm, inviting and casual, featuring dual flame rotisseries, private “snugs” for intimate seating, two fireplaces, and plenty of live musical entertainment. Both the lunch and dinner restaurant week menus for Dan Rooney’s feature the burger that received acclaim from celebrity chefs as the winner of the Burger Battle at the first annual Greenwich Food & Wine Festival. Both restaurants feature growler shops that allow guests to take their favorite craft beer home for future enjoyment. Here are the Restaurant Week Dinner menus: Pinch American Grill: Appetizers (Choice From) - Lobster Bisque with golden croutons - Green Asparagus with poached eggs and creamy mushrooms Entrées (Choice From) - Grilled Hanger Steak with roasted fingerling potatoes, green beans and peppercorn sauce. - Roasted Arctic Char with baby carrots, pearl onions and peas - Homemade Ravioli with ricotta and Parmesan cheese, fresh herbs and tomato sauce Desserts (Choice From) - Rhubarb and Strawberry Pie - Crème Brulée Dan Rooney’s: Appetizers (Choice From) - Soup of the Day - Waldorf Salad with apples and walnuts Entrées (Choice From) - Half Roasted Chicken with mashed potatoes and gray - Grilled Salmon with glazed carrots, sautéed spinach and herb butter - Braised Beef with roasted potatoes, pearl onions and red wine sauce Desserts (Choice From) - Banana Splits with raspberry, chocolate and vanilla ice cream - Chocolate Mousse with crunchy hazelnuts Here is Dan Rooney’s Lunch Menu: Appetizers (Choice From) - Soup of the Day - Goat Cheese and Spinach Quiche with kale salad and roasted pine nuts Entrées (Choice From) - Half Roasted Chicken with mashed potatoes and gravy - Fish and Chips with tartar sauce - Dan Rooney’s Burger (8 oz beef) with watercress, grilled red onions and honey mustard Desserts (Choice From) - Selection of Ice Cream and Sorbet - Chocolate Mousse with whipped cream

Winter 2014 Flamenco and Spanish Dance Classes in Astoria - Sol Dance Center
Through March 24, 2014 - Astoria

American Bolero Dance Company (ABDC) Spanish Dance School is offering ongoing Winter 2014 classes in Flamenco and Spanish Dance for Children and Adults until March 24th. Classes are held on Mondays, Tuesdays , Thursdays and Saturdays in Queens at Sol Dance Center in Astoria. Gabriela Granados, Artistic Director and Founder of ABDC and its School, heads the dance faculty. Teachers train in Ms. Granados' dance method, a unique educational approach that follows a comprehensive age-based syllabus, combining elements of Flamenco, Ballet, Spanish Classical & Regional Folk and Character Dance. Castanets are taught as part of students' regular lessons. Performing opportunities are available to serious and dedicated students. Private and Semi-Private instruction can be arranged upon request. Please visit the American Bolero Dance Company website for a complete class schedule and pricing details.

Learn and Play - Suffolk County Farm and Education Center
Through March 27, 2014 - Yaphank

Interactive educational workshops for children ages 15 months - 4 years old and their parent or caregiver. Each session is designed with hands-on activities, stories, songs, crafts, and a wagon ride to visit the animals. Call for information. January 6 - March 27th.

REMNANTS OF THE ORIGINAL ERIE CANAL: Tintypes by N.W. Gibbons - Westport Library
Through March 27, 2014 - Westport

The exhibit chronicles the remains of the once great Erie Canal, completed in 1825, which ran from Lake Erie to the Hudson River, and originally included 83 locks to accommodate the increasing barge traffic between the two points. Through March 27.

City Stages, photographs by Matthew Pillsbury - Aperture
Through March 27, 2014 - New York

City Stages offers a paean to the craft and visionary potential of large-format, black and-white photography, as well as to the vibrancy of the cultural landscape at a transitional moment—a moment in which our very relationship to that landscape is increasingly mediated by omnipresent screens. Over the past decade, Matthew Pillsbury has built several extensive bodies of work—Screen Lives, Hours, and City Stages—that deal with different facets of contemporary metropolitan life and the passage of time. Working with black-and-white, 8-by-10 film and long exposures, Pillsbury captures a range of psychologically charged experiences in the urban environment, from isolation—tuned into the omnipresent screens of our tablets, laptops, televisions, and phones—to crowded museums, parades, cathedrals, and even protests. Working primarily in New York but with forays to Paris, London, Venice, and other sites, the precise and concrete rendering of cityscapes, iconic landmarks, and interior spaces in his images provides a stage-like setting for the performance of human activity. Thanks to the extended exposures—some as long as an hour—the actions of both individuals and crowds are blurred and transformed into pure gesture and energy.

FunikiJam Dublin/St. Patrick’s Day Programs - FunikiJam Gowanus at The Dance Studio Of Park Slope
Through March 27, 2014 - Park Slope

#getmusical with FunikiJam Shenanigans! Irish themed musical adventures For newborn & up now through 3/30 at 7 NYC locations.

Flag Fun - Long Island Children's Museum
Through March 28, 2014 - Garden City

�March comes in like a lion, and goes out like a lamb.� Breeze by the Inner Lobby and decorate your own mini-textured lion or lamb fabric flag.

Dual Annual Holiday Exhibit: "Hats Off To The Holidays" and "Toys Our Parents Played With" - Yorktown Museum
Through March 29, 2014 - Yorktown Heights

An exciting dual holiday exhibit ("Hats Off to the Holidays" and "Toys Our Parents Played With") featuring vintage toys, and hats used as the settings for miniature scenes. Many of the toys may be from your own childhood, so be sure to point them out to the younger generation and reminisce over the fun you had playing with them. Note how most of the toys on display do not have batteries and many are home made. Kids didn't need "store bought" toys or technology to have fun. The Hat scenes were created by the nationally known miniature artist, Carole Pruzan, and husband Neal. Explore the museum's five permanent exhibit rooms, gift shop, and research library Hours are Sat. 1-4pm & Tue and Thur. 11- 4 pm and by appointment. Visit yorktownmuseum.org for more information. On display Dec, 7, 2013 through March 29, 2014.

Migration Narratives - Pelham Art Center
Through March 29, 2014 - Pelham

The Pelham Art Center is pleased to announce a group exhibition of kinetic sculpture, installation, drawing, painting, and video narratives by six contemporary artists. Migration Narratives will be on view from Jan. 31-Mar. 29, 2014 with an opening reception and all age hands-on workshop on Friday, January 31 from 6:30-8pm. Admission is free and open to the public. This multi-media exhibition relates stories of individual transitions from one state of being to another. Lisa A. Banner is an independent curator and art historian who is a Visiting Associate Professor at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. Migration Narratives are the stories of individual transitions from one state of being to another. They are stories, or narratives, that mark and divine changes in life that take place along that trajectory from one place, physical and spiritual, to another. Historical Migration Narratives are the histories of freed slaves who moved north, away from what was known and binding - slavery, captivity, oppression - to something that was completely unknown and new - self-determination, discovery, and experimentation with life. When applied to contemporary life, this concept of a migration narrative reveals the personal histories of families and individuals, as they move through and across time, to new places. Immigration, a movement into a new place, like Migration, the movement of creatures from one habitat to another, is not determined by physical or political statements or borders, but by the inner need and determination to move, and change one's situation, be it internal or external, determined by self, or by nature. Artists who are new immigrants, first generation Americans, or reflective immigrants to a new way of life are expressive storytellers of such personal narratives. Their stories have a broad appeal. Monika Bravo, Erika Harrsch, Timothy Hawkesworth, Maria Noel, Eliana Perez, and Christopher Smith reflect differing ways of seeing these migrations of people through time, and through states of being. Their work is expressed in kinetic sculpture, installation, drawing, painting, and video narratives. About the Curator Lisa A. Banner is an independent curator and art historian who is a Visiting Associate Professor at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. She has published several artist interviews with Site95 Journal, in addition to extensive publications on Spanish Baroque art in Master Drawings, and a recent catalog of Spanish Drawings in the Princeton University Art Museum (Yale University Press, 2013). As an independent curator she has worked on shows for The Frick Collection, the Museo del Prado, and other venues. Banner has also been a Research Fellow at the National Gallery of Canada, and Samuel H. Kress Curatorial Fellow at The Hispanic Society of America. Recently, she curated several contemporary art exhibitions, including "Light Matter," and "Vital Signs: The Enigma of Identity" at the Pelham Art Center, as well as a series of installations in the Great Hall at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, and a forthcoming exhibition in the Schafler Gallery at Pratt Institute. Pelham Art Center, 155 Fifth Ave., Pelham, NY 10803. 914-738-2525. info@pelhamartcenter.org. Hours: Tuesdays-Fridays, 10-5pm; Saturdays, 10-4pm. Directions: Located five blocks from the Hutchinson Parkway exit 12, and two blocks from the Metro North Pelham stop. These events and programs are made possible, in part, by the ArtsWestchester with funds from Westchester County Government. Pelham Art Center also receives funding from: New York State Council on the Arts, A State Agency; Westchester Jewish Community Services; Nurses Network of America; Town of Pelham; Strypemonde Foundation; New York Multi-Arts Centers Consortium; New Rochelle Campership Fund; Bistro Rollin; Robin's Art+Giving; Nycon; Junior League of Pelham, Amani Charter School; Prospect Hill Lunchtime Enrichment; Yellowbook; Members; and Annual Fund Donors.

New Exhibition: Migration Narratives - Pelham Art Center
Through March 29, 2014 - Pelham

Pelham Art Center is pleased to announce a group exhibition of kinetic sculpture, installation, drawing, painting, and video narratives by seven contemporary artists. Migration Narratives will be on view from January 31 – March 29, 2014 with an opening reception and all age hands-on workshop on Friday, January 31 from 6:30-8:00pm. Admission is free and open to the public. This multi-media exhibition relates stories of individual transitions from one state of being to another. Independent Curator, Lisa A. Banner is an art historian and Visiting Associate Professor at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY. Additional FREE public programming will include a Curator Talk on Thursday, February 27, 6pm. Migration Narratives are the stories of individual transitions from one state of being to another. They are stories, or narratives, that mark and divine changes in life that take place along that trajectory from one place, physical and spiritual, to another. Historical Migration Narratives are the histories of freed slaves who moved north, away from what was known and binding---slavery, captivity, oppression----to something that was completely unknown and new---self-determination, discovery, and experimentation with life----and both types of narratives are deeply human. When applied to contemporary life, this concept of a migration narrative reveals the personal histories of families, and individuals, as they move through time and across time, to new places. Immigration, a movement into a new place, like Migration, the movement of creatures from one habitat to another, is not determined by physical or political statements or borders, but by the inner need and determination to move, and change one's situation, be it internal or external, determined by self, or by nature. Artists who are new immigrants, first generation Americans, or reflective immigrants to a new way of life are expressive storytellers of such personal narrative. Their stories have a broad appeal. Monika Bravo, Erika Harrsch, Timothy Hawkesworth, Doug Jeck, María Noël, Eliana Pérez, and Christopher Smith reflect differing ways of seeing these migrations of people through time, and through states of being. Their work is expressed in kinetic sculpture, installation, drawing, painting, and video narratives. Related Programming: Opening Reception and All-Age Art Workshop - Friday, January 31, 2014, 6:30-8:00pm. FREE. The opening reception for Migration Narratives is free and open to the public. Families are welcome. During the opening, visitors of all ages may participate in a free hands-on art workshop led by local artist Zafiro Acevedo. Curator Talk. - Thursday, February 27, 2014, 6pm. FREE. Combining the ideas of migration and immigration, movement from one state of being or physical place into another, Migration Narratives reveals stories of personal transition that involve crossing boundaries, political, imagined, and real. Curator Lisa Banner will discuss how artists examine these migrations through painting and drawing, video installations, kinetic sculpture and photographs. About the Curator - Lisa A. Banner is an independent curator and art historian who is a Visiting Associate Professor at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. She has published several artist interviews with Site95 Journal, in addition to extensive publications on Spanish baroque art in Master Drawings, and a recent catalogue of Spanish Drawings in the Princeton University Art Museum (Yale University Press, 2013). As an independent curator she has worked on shows for The Frick Collection, the Museo del Prado, and other venues. Banner has also been a Research Fellow at the National Gallery of Canada, and Samuel H. Kress Curatorial Fellow at The Hispanic Society of America. Recently, she curated several contemporary art exhibitions, including "Light Matter,” and “Vital Signs: The Enigma of Identity” at the Pelham Art Center, as well as a series of installations in the Great Hall at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, and a forthcoming exhibition in the Schafler Gallery at Pratt Institute. Directions: Located 5 blocks from the Hutchinson Parkway exit 12 and 2 blocks from the Metro North Pelham stop. These events and programs are made possible, in part, by the ArtsWestchester with funds from Westchester County Government. Pelham Art Center also receives funding from: New York State Council on the Arts, A State Agency; Westchester Jewish Community Services; Nurses Network of America; Town of Pelham; Strypemonde Foundation; New York Multi-Arts Centers Consortium; New Rochelle Campership Fund; Bistro Rollin; Robin’s Art+Giving; Nycon; Junior League of Pelham, Amani Charter School; Prospect Hill Lunchtime Enrichment; Yellowbook; Members; and Annual Fund Donors.

An Opening of the Field: Jess, Robert Duncan, and Their Circle - Grey Art Gallery at NYU
Through March 29, 2014 - New York

"An Opening of the Field: Jess, Robert Duncan, and Their Circle" is the first exhibition to focus on the work of this genre-bending group of West Coast artists. Jess (1923–2004), who produced fantastical paintings, collages, and assemblages, and Robert Duncan (1919–1988), who wrote poetry in eclectic, myth-laden verse, were one of the most fascinating artistic couples of the 20th century. After they met in San Francisco in 1950, their work became increasingly intertwined, their dense, allusive creations permeating one another. "An Opening of the Field" includes approximately 180 paintings, drawings, sculptures, photographs, films, and ephemera—many of which have never been shown in public. The show features numerous works by the visual artists and poets in their circle, such as Wallace Berman, George Herms, and R. B. Kitaj, revealing the complex and fertile interplay between poetry and art in San Francisco during the 1950s. It was organized by independent curators Michael Duncan and Christopher Wagstaff for Sacramento’s Crocker Art Museum.

Beyond Brushwork - Rowayton Arts Center
Through March 29, 2014 - Rowayton

The exhibit consists of digital art, drawings,mixed ,media, pastels and prints.

Founder's Art - Rowayton Arts Center
Through March 29, 2014 - Rowayton

Founder's Art celebrates the 100th anniversary of artist James Flora's birth. Although Flora is best-known for his jazz and classical album covers in the 1940s and 1950s, he also authored and illustrated 17 popular children's books (including The Day the Cow Sneezed), was a magazine illustrator and fine artist with a wild sense of humor. March 2-March 29, 2014.

Dark Water - The Theater at the 14th Street Y
Through March 29, 2014 - New York

In DARK WATER, the swampland of Louisiana is hit with the most massive oil spill known to history. Barnacle, an old sea turtle, fights against man’s destruction, nature’s wrath, and her enemies of the wild to save her children trapped in the spill. Poetry, allegory, music, puppetry and movement create this magical world as the animals of Louisiana face the ultimate threat to their lives. The effects of the Gulf oil spill among other spills continue to jeopardize our oceans. DARK WATER humanizes the animals affected by the spill giving a voice to the true defenseless victims. The play also deals with other poignant issues such as immigration, religion and politics. DARK WATER schedule through Saturday, March 29th**: Thursdays at 8pm Fridays at 8pm Saturdays at 8pm Sundays at 2pm **Additional opening night performance Monday, March 17th at 7p.m. **Special Environmental Panel Discussion after Thursday, March 20th at 8pm performance. Advance tickets are $18 ($15 Students/$12 Seniors) and are available online at www.MTWorks.org or by calling 866-811-4111. Tickets may also be purchased in-person at the theater ½ hour prior to performance.

Ramsey Farmers Market - Ramsey Farmers Market
Through March 30, 2014 - Ramsey

This weekly market features 35 vendors with organic and traditional produce, artisan breads and cheeses, local honey, homemade pastas and sauces, local wine, organic hummus and prepared foods, gourmet olive oils and balsamic vinegar, homemade jams, spices, fresh fish, and more. Parents can shop while their kids enjoy music, crafts, and other special events. Check out the web site for details of weekly highlights. Sundays through March.

Piero della Francesca: Personal Encounters - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Through March 30, 2014 - New York

A focused presentation on the devotional paintings of Piero della Francesca, addressing Piero's work for private devotion for the first time. The four works on view have never before been brought together; the exhibition, therefore, promises to make an important contribution to the study of this major figure of the Renaissance.

Who Framed Sarah Szczesny? - Ludlow 38, MINI/Goethe-Institute Curatorial Residencies
Through March 30, 2014 - New York

MINI/Goethe-Institute Curatorial Residencies Ludlow 38 is very pleased to begin 2014 with the solo exhibition Who Framed Sarah Szczesny?, by Cologne-based artist Sarah Szczesny.

Hot Off the Press--an Exhibition of 21st Century Prints - Art League of Long Island
Through March 30, 2014 - Dix Hills

The Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery at the Art League of Long Island presents an exhibition of 40 prints by 20 contemporary artists from Universal Limited Art Editions (ULAE), the esteemed fine art print publisher located in Bay Shore, Long Island. The exhibition displays intaglio etchings––some hand painted, mezzotints, traditional lithographs and pigmented inkjet prints, as well as three dimensional intaglio constructions and three dimensional lithographs and silkscreens. Feb 23-March 30, 2014.

'Cinderella' at the Galli Theater - Galli Theater
Through March 30, 2014 - Midtown

Cinderella is joined by a new stepmother and stepsister, but they turn out not to be as nice as she had hoped. When the Prince invites everyone to the ball, they tell her she has to stay home and clean, clean clean. With the help of friends, she makes it to the castle and dances until the clock strikes midnight. Cinderella could live happily ever after if a certain glass slipper fits her foot. Great for kids ages 3-8 years old

A Closer Look for Kids: Posed and Unposed: People in Art - The Museum of Modern Art
Through March 30, 2014 - New York

Engage in lively discussions and activities while looking closely at works of art in MoMA’s galleries. Share your ideas and participate in drawing, movement, or writing activities as you explore three to five works of art in the Museum galleries. Kids and adults participate together, for five to ten year-olds and their parents/ caregivers. This program is free for individual families of up to two adults and up to three kids. Additional adults $25, seniors (65 and over with ID) $18, students $14, member guests $5. Tickets are distributed at the Education and Research Building reception desk starting at 10:00 a.m. on a first-come, first-served basis. Programs often fill up; we recommend arriving a little before 10:00 a.m. All participants must be present. Sign language interpretation can be scheduled for any A Closer Look for Kids program with at least two weeks’ advance notice by calling (212) 408-6347 or (212) 247-1230 (TTY) or by e-mailing accessprograms@moma.org. FM assistive listening devices (headsets and neck loops) are available for all programs.

See It Big! Comedies - Museum of the Moving Image
Through March 30, 2014 - Astoria

The Museum's popular ongoing series, co-programmed with the online film journal Reverse Shot, focuses on a dozen comedies. Highlights include Trouble in Paradise (1932) and Heaven Can Wait (1943), two exquisite gems by Lubitsch; Frank Tashlin's Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? (1957); Jerry Lewis's Ladies Man (1961); and more, from Chaplin, Keaton, Spielberg, Altman, Wilder, and Woody Allen.

Breastfeeding Support Clinic - Tribeca Parenting
Through March 31, 2014 - Park Slope

These clinics are helpful for moms who need a little reassurance or encouragement with breastfeeding. While many simple issues can be resolved in these helpful group sessions, please be aware that certain more complex breastfeeding issues may require more individualized attention which can be provided in a home visit.

Peter Schumann: Black and White - Queens Museum of Art
Through March 31, 2014 - Queens

The first solo museum exhibition of Bread and Puppet Theatre founder and director Peter Schumann.

Family Fondue Sundays - The Melting Pot of White Plains
Through March 31, 2014 - White Plains

Fondue dining allows everyone to enjoy good conversation, eat slowly, and savor each bite. Parents can enjoy three-course meal (salad, entree, and chocolate), and kids under 14 can have two courses (entree and chocolate), all for a fixed price every Sunday in March from 12-4pm. Visit meltingpot.com/white-plains/specials for details.

Free Trial Classes in Italian, Spanish, French, and Mandarin Chinese - Language Workshop for Children
Through March 31, 2014 - Manhasset

Capture your child's prime time to learn a new language. Call The Language Workshop for Children at 212-628-2700 for your FREE trial class. Offering French, Spanish, and Mandarin Chinese, LWFC programs include Languages for Tots- (6M-3Y), Languages for Children (3-8Y), Regular Preschool (2.10-4Y), and Summer Camp (3-9Y). CNN called LWFC Director Francois Thibaut: "One of a very few experts in teaching languages to small children." Parents Magazine named the LWFC, "6 Programs Worth the $." Students absorb their new language in stimulating play groups using the LWFC's unique language building songs, immersion games, and older kids work with sentence building stories (and can bake and do arts and crafts too). LWFC learning materials won six major children's educational media awards.

Free Craft Saturdays - Straight A's
Through March 31, 2014 - White Plains

Every Saturday, Straight A's invites kids of all ages to enjoy free arts and crafts. Drop in any time between 1-3pm, no reservation necessary. March 1: Make a hungry counting caterpillar March 8: Celebrate March by making a Lion and Lamb Mask March 15: Craft your own Good Luck Shamrock Charm March 22: Make a Weather Wheel to track the spring weather March 29: Create a Baby Lamb Puppet to celebrate spring

Teacher in the Library @ The Field - The Field Library
Through March 31, 2014 - Peekskill

Mystified by math? Puzzled by a project? Homework help is here! Stop in and see a certified teacher. Homework help is available March 3, 4, 6, 10, 11, 13, 17, 18, 20, 24, 25, 27, and 31. Check out the library's FROG BLOG for more programs and information at fieldkids.wordpress.com.

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