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Things to Do With Kids in Bronx on March 5


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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 5, 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 5. For even more free and low-cost upcoming events in Bronx, check out our complete calendar of events.

Toddler Story Time - Westbury Friends School
Through May 31, 2012 - Westbury

Toddlers can enjoy stories, songs, and finger plays. A light snack and plenty of social interaction will be provided. A parent or caregiver must accompany each child.

Free Monthly Drop-In Creative Ballet Dance Class - Fleur de Lis Academy
March 05, 2012 - Wilton

Children aged 3-5 can join this storybook dance class that combines an introduction to traditional ballet concepts with uninhibited creative movement. Each class incorporates stories, thematic costumes and special props while introducing classical ballet technique.

L'Elisir d'Amore - Metropolitan Opera
March 05, 2012 -

Donizetti's melodic classic is well served by a quartet of bel canto stars: Juan Diego Flórez and Diana Damrau are the unlikely lovers, Mariusz Kwiecien the vainglorious sergeant, and Alessandro Corbelli the dispenser of the elixir.

Pottery and a Story - Glaze
March 05, 2012 - Orangeburg

Bring your toddler to hear a story and paint a coordinating piece of pottery. All materials and supplies included. This week listen to Clever Tom and the Leprechaun by Linda Shute and paint a pot-of-gold box.

BNP Paribas Showdown - Madison Square Garden
March 05, 2012 -

Three time Grand Slam Champion Maria Sharapova takes on the World's No. 1 player, Caroline Wozniacki followed by the most decorated player of all time, Roger Federer, against long-time rival and former No. 1 and US Open Champion Andy Roddick.

Literary Littles - Wilton Library
March 05, 2012 - Wilton

Independent listeners ages 4-6 years come for stories, short films, songs and crafts. No registration necessary.

Puppetsburg - Brick Theater
Through March 05, 2012 - Williamsburg

Puppetsburg is an hour-long interactive show with music, bubbles, and lots of puppets. Fast-paced performance keeps children engaged, laughing, and learning.

Making Music: Kaija Saariaho - Carnegie Hall
March 05, 2012 -

Residing in Paris since 1982, Kaija Saariaho has developed important artistic relationships that have furthered the range of her sensual, expressive musical art. Two of those partners join Carnegie Hall's composer-in-residence on a concert that highlights her solo and ensemble vocal music, performed by ensemble Solistes XXI, paired with multimedia installations by Jean-Baptiste Barrière.

Movie - 'Back To The Future' - The Picture House
March 05, 2012 - Pelham

Accidentally zapped back into the 1950s by a time machine, Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) inadvertently interferes with the budding romance of his teenaged parents. He must now reunite his parents-to-be, lest he cease to exist in the 1980s. Rated PG. 1985. 116 mins.

Mommy and Me Yoga - Scarsdale Public Library
March 05, 2012 - Scarsdale

With Nora LeMorin. For moms and walkers up to age 3-1/2. Registration is required but not limited to Scarsdale Library cardholders.

Toddler Workshop - Jill's Ceramics
March 05, 2012 - West Nyack

Children can use their hand prints to design a trivet, mug, or dish. Jill's also has many St. Patrick's Day-themed items to choose from. Fee includes materials and instructions. Pre-registration is requested.

Monday Night Open Basketball - The Sports Place
March 05, 2012 - Blauvelt

Just drop-in to shoot hoops or play pick-up games.

Wee Craft Together - Haverstraw King's Daughters Public Library
March 05, 2012 - Garnerville

Toddlers with a parent or caregiver can hear a story then make a seasonal craft together. Pre-registration is required.

One Puzzle Piece at a Time - Yonkers Public Library-Riverfront
March 05, 2012 - Yonkers

Meeting for parents of Special Needs children. Community Room A.

Mommy Monday - The Voracious Reader
March 05, 2012 - Larchmont

New moms and babies gather for stories, songs, and book talk. For babies 18 months and under.

NATURE BUGS - Greenburgh Nature Center
March 05, 2012 - Scarsdale

Meet a museum animal, hear a story, do a craft or play a nature game. Portion of program held outside except in extreme conditions.

Monday Afternoon Storytime - Barnes & Noble City Center
March 05, 2012 - White Plains

Storytime and activities kids and parents will love.

Toddler Workshop for St. Patrick's Day - Jill's Ceramics
March 05, 2012 - West Nyack

Children (ages 2-5) will use their hand prints to design a trivet, mug, dish, or other unique gift for St. Patrick's Day. Jill's also has many heart-shaped items to choose from. Fee includes supplies and instruction. Pre-registration is requested.

Beautiful Oops!: Accidental Art Making - Queens Library: North Forest Park Branch
March 05, 2012 - Forest Hills

In this event, students will make art inspired by the book by Barney Saltzberg, Beautiful Oops! A book that shows how art can be made accidentally from torn paper or a coffee stain! Educators will demonstrate how there are no mistakes in art. Parent and child will be paired to participate and explore sensory-based activities together. Artwork will be displayed during a culminating event. Teaching artist will guide students through a multi-sensory art making experience while an instructor knowledgeable in facilitating the engagements of children with an autism spectrum disorder support students' individual social, language and learning goals. This is a family program, limited to only 6 families. All family members are encouraged to participate including siblings, grandparents and friends.

BeFitNYC Free First Monday - Al Oerter Recreation Center
March 05, 2012 - Flushing

The park's recreation centers will open their doors and welcome your family with a day of free fitness programs and activities. You can swim, bike, step, jog, lift, volley, and more. Remember to bring a photo ID and a towel if you want to workout. Some classes are available for a small fee.

Crochet for Beginners - Queens Library: Rosedale Branch
March 05, 2012 - Rosedale

Spring may be close, but a warm crochet scarf will ensure you stay bundled until the sunny weather stays. Come learn the art of crochet. Adult beginners and pros are welcome. Please bring a size "H" hook and one skein of yarn. Children will learn the basics of crochet to complete personal projects and group projects.

Read Play Grow with Babies - Brooklyn Public Library, Carroll Gardens branch
March 05, 2012 - Carroll Gardens

A babies and books storytime with focus on play. Tickets are required (contact librarian for details).

Story Play - Brooklyn Public Library, Red Hook branch
March 05, 2012 - Red Hook

Babies and toddlers hear stories and play.

John F. Kennedy and the Race to the Moon with John Logsdon - American Museum of Natural History
March 05, 2012 - Upper West Side

7:30 pm. Hayden Planetarium Space Theater. $15 ($13.50 Members, students, seniors). Join author John Logsdon as he traces the factors leading to President John F. Kennedy's decision to send astronauts to the Moon and discusses Kennedy's concerns as the massive effort unfolded. A signing of Logsdon's book, John F. Kennedy and the Race to the Moon, will follow the event.

COPE Bereavement Support Group - Elias Hicks Historical Home
March 05, 2012 - Jericho

COPE, a grief and healing organization dedicated to supporting parents and families living with the loss of a child, holds monthly support group meetings for parents two Mondays per month. Please call for more information.

Object-In-Motion – Math + Science + Juggling = Fun - Queens College
March 05, 2012 - Flushing

As seen on Nickelodeon, world-class jugglers use patterns and repetitions to demonstrate principles of math and science. Juggling is a wonderful and simple activity leading to endless possibilities. Through juggling this duo uses patterns, gravity, and weight to teach mathematics."Objects in Motion": Juggling, Math and Science, make it easy for teachers to tie the show to lessons across the curriculum.

Monday Minnows - Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum
March 05, 2012 - Cold Spring Harbor

Enjoy fun storytime, hands-on activities, and crafts about the ocean, nature, and seasonal themes. RSVP.

Learn to Draw with Art Teacher Amy - Ages 6-9 - Kid Esteem Monetessori
March 05, 2012 - Lindenhurst

Step by step drawing lessons with Art Teacher Amy. Draw portraits, landscapes and master artist works. Learn how to use chalk and oil pastels, watercolors and markers. $10 supply fee.

Intro to Independence - Suffolk Y JCC
March 05, 2012 - Commack

Enable your child to move seamlessly from being in a group with you, to socializing with other children. Activities and free play gently introduces separation in a supportive setting. This class is for parents and toddlers ages 18-30 months.

John Pizzarelli Trio and Friends - Madison Theatre at Molloy College
March 05, 2012 - Rockville Centre

John Pizzarelli, the world-renowned jazz guitarist and singer, was called "Hip with a wink" by Town & Country, "madly creative" by the Los Angeles Times and "the genial genius of the guitar" by The Toronto Star. When he performs with his wife, singer/actress Jessica Molaskey, and his father, guitar legend Bucky Pizzarelli, they were labeled "the First Family of Cool" by the San Francisco Chronicle and "the von Trapps on Martinis" by The New Yorker. According to The New York Times, "the Pizzarelli-Molaskey duo are as good as it gets in any entertainment medium." After his recent smash success with the Boston Pops, he was hailed by the Boston Globe for "reinvigorating the Great American Songbook and re-popularizing jazz." And the Seattle Times called him "a tour de force" and "a rare entertainer of the old school." Before a recent show in the northwest, the local paper quipped "John Pizzarelli is so impossibly cool, he shouldn't be legally allowed to enter Oregon." Steven Pasquale most recently starred on Broadway in Neil LaBute's reasons to be pretty. A regular on the theater scene, Pasquale's credits include Archibald Craven in The Secret Garden (World AIDS Day Concert), Henrik in A Little Night Music (opposite Victor Garber, Natasha Richardson and Venessa Redgrave), Captain Taylor in A Soldier's Play (Second Stage, opposite Taye Diggs), Tom in the Neil LaBute off-Broadway hit, Fat Pig, Robbie in the Ahrens/Flahrety/McNally musical A Man of No Importance (Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle nominations), Beautiful Child, The Spitfire Grill, Spinning Into Butter, Andrew Lippa's The Wild Party and he created the role of Fabrizio in Adam Guettel and Craig Lucas' The Light in the Piazza. Television audiences have followed him for five seasons as Sean Garrity on the FX hit show "Rescue Me." His other television credits include a recurring role on HBO's Emmy and Golden Globe Award winning drama "Six Feet Under" and Sofia Coppola's "Platinum". His film credits include the role of Dallas in Alien vs. Predator: Requim, Aurora Borealis which premiered at the 2005 Tribeca Film Festival, and Jonathan's Segal's The Last Run. His solo album, "Somethin' Like Love", was released by the Grammy nominated record label PS Classics. He currently resides in Manhattan with his wife, Tony Award winning actress Laura Benanti. Jessica Molaskey is a veteran of a dozen Broadway shows: A Man of No Importance at Lincoln Center written by Terrance McNally, Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, Parade (directed by Hal Prince), Dream, Tommy, Crazy For You, Les Miserables, City of Angels, Chess, Cats and Oklahoma! and she has performed off Broadway and regionally in dozens of productions.

A Time for Kids - Port Jefferson Library
March 05, 2012 - Port Jefferson

Kids will enjoy stories, songs, creative movement and a craft.

Geek Out - Book Talking Teens - Port Jefferson Library
March 05, 2012 - Port Jefferson

Have you read a book recently that you would like to recommend? Come in and the Library will film your review and post it onto their website.

"Aesop's Fables: A New Musical" - Circle in the Square Theatre
March 05, 2012 - Manhattan

First presented in 2010 to enthusiastic response and high praise, this delightful musical for kids in kindergarten through sixth grade blends song and dance with the lifelong lessons of such timeless Aesop's fables as "The Boy Who Cried Wolf," "The Lion and the Mouse," "The Fox and the Crow," and "The Tortoise and the Hare." "Aesop's Fables: A New Musical," presented by the Circle in the Square Theatre School, contains three new songs written especially for this production. The musical will be directed by Theodore Mann, artistic director of the school, and performed by graduate actors of the school. Pre-performance clowns will entertain at each show, and the play (50 minutes in length) will be followed by a Q&A with the cast. Circle in the Square Theatre School, established in 1963, is one of the country's premier schools of professional training for actors and singers and is the only conservatory affiliated with a Broadway theater. It offers a two-year training program and a seven-week summer program for students from across the country and around the world. Among the school's alumni are Philip Seymour Hoffman, Kevin Bacon, Lady Gaga, Idina Menzel, Felicity Huffman, Molly Shannon, and many other luminaries of the stage and screen.

Neon Explosion Workshop - Children's Museum of the Arts
March 05, 2012 - SoHo

Brighten up your day as you experiment with a variety of art mediums using only neon colors.

Tea & Play - Green Meadow Waldorf School
March 05, 2012 - Chestnut Ridge

Parents of prospective students can meet a member of the school's Early Childhood faculty and learn more about the school's programs for young children while their children play nearby. Pregnant mothers and parents with children from birth through kindergarten age are invited. Drop-ins are welcome; advance registration is appreciated. Contact Patricia Owens at 845-356-9715 or

Tea & Play - Early Childhood Center at Tappan Hill School
March 05, 2012 - Tarrytown

While your child plays near you, share a cup of tea with a member of the Early Childhood faculty and learn more about programs for young children. Pregnant mothers and parents with children from birth through Kindergarten age are invited. Drop-ins are welcome. Advance registration is appreciated by contacting Admissions Coordinator Patricia Owens at 845-356-9715 or

March 05, 2012 - New York

The Villa-Lobos Music Society, in cooperation with The Brazilian Endowment for the Arts, presents The Heitor Villa-Lobos 125th Birthday Anniversary Concert. Concert features a program of music from a cross-section of the composer’s works for piano, guitar, cello, solo voice and chorus, selected by Dr. Alfred Heller, a friend and protégé of Villa-Lobos.

NYU Symphony Strings - The Church of St. Joseph
March 05, 2012 - New York

After successful debuts with the NYU Symphony and NYU Philharmonia last fall, Jens Georg Bachmann returns to conduct the Strings of the NYU Symphony at the Church of St. Joseph on March 5. Maestro Bachmann hails from Germany and most notably served as Assistant Conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, as well as Resident Conductor of the NDR Sinfonieorchester Hamburg. Program includes Ligeti Ramifications, Dvorak Serenade for Strings in E Major, and Bartok: Divertimento for String Orchestra.

Beyond the Sling: A Parenting Conversation and Book Signing with Mayim Bialik - JCC in Manhattan
March 05, 2012 - Upper West Side

Known to millions for her lead role in the sitcom Blossom, Mayim Bialik joins the JCC in Manhattan to discuss her new book on parenting. Mayim will be in conversation with Deborah Kolben of for an insightful, practical and personal talk about attachment parenting. Mayim and her book Beyond the Sling provide parents with the inspiration and know-how they need to raise secure, content, and compassionate children. After the conversation, join Mayim and Deborah for a book signing party. Sponsored by Britax. Please note: Those in attendance will have the chance to win $2,500 in Britax gear (strollers, car seats, and carriers).

March 05, 2012 - New York

Please join us on March 5th at 7:00 pm when Socrates in the City hosts a rousing debate: Godforsaken? A Debate on God, Evil & Suffering. If God is omnipotent and all good, why does he permit evil and suffering in the world? Dinesh D’Souza, author of the upcoming Godforsaken, and President of NYC’s The King’s College will debate best-selling author Bart Ehrman, a former Christian turned scholar and atheist. D’Souza and Ehrman will present their arguments and bring fresh, rival perspectives to this age old question. The event will take place at the New York Society for Ethical Culture and will be hosted by Socrates in the City’s Eric Metaxas. Tickets are $35 and should be purchased in advance at

Usdan's 'First Class' free student art exhibit - The Lobby Gallery
Through March 07, 2012 - New York

Usdan Center for the Creative and Performing Arts, the nationally renowned summer arts camp whose alumni include Natalie Portman and Mariah Carey, presents "First Class," the inaugural exhibit of works by teenaged students in its Portfolio Preparation Track pre-professional class. Previous classes (titled the Usdan Honors Art Intensive) have been exhibited in major venues in New York and on Long Island. Work includes painting, drawing and sculpture. For more information, visit

Women's Empowerment Group - Saltzman Community Center
Through March 07, 2012 - Hempstead

In these sessions, women can express concerns about life issues in a safe, non-judgmental environment. The group meets on Wednesdays. Please call for more information and to register. Classes run through MArch 7, 2012.

Portledge Adventures with Mommy and Me - Portledge School
Through March 08, 2012 - Locust Valley

Toddlers and parents or caregivers can interact in an environment that will inspire imagination, self-expression, and physical development through a variety of activities., such as music, obstacle courses, games, crafts and more. For information, call Lynn Gambarelli at 516-750-3225 or email Session 1 runs from January 3 through March 8, 2012 and Session 2 will run from March 27 through June 5, 2012.

Print Studio - Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Through March 09, 2012 - Manhattan

Organized in conjunction with the exhibition Print/Out, Print Studio is an interactive space that explores the evolution of artistic practices relating to the medium of print. The studio offers a series of drop-in workshops, lectures, and events that emphasize accessible and sustainable models for the production and dissemination of ideas. Drawing from resources such as the Reanimation Library (based in the Gowanus area of Brooklyn) -- a collection of discarded books acquired for their visual content -- and a variety of print techniques, participants are invited to experiment with and manipulate images and text. Artist- and educator-led activities highlight the ways in which new digital technologies incorporate traditional printing practices, reimagining the role of print in contemporary visual culture.

“Mind Over Manhattan” - New York Society for Ethical Culture
Through March 10, 2012 - New York

World-renowned mentalist Marc Salem will take you on a captivating and surprising journey through the possibilities of the human mind. “Mind over Manhattan” will delight audiences of all ages with a series of mesmerizing and mystifying mind games. Using psychological techniques, a sharp eye for human nature, a quick wit and more than 20 years of studying the human mind, Salem creates an astounding, mystifying and often hilarious show.

Dora' s Pirate Adventure - CM Performing Arts Center
Through March 10, 2012 - Oakdale

Dora, Boots, and several other friends take an exciting trip to Treasure Island. Come and help Dora and her friends over Singing Mountain, past the Silly Singing Bridge and confront the Pirate Piggies.

New York Classical Theatre Presents 'Playing Moliere' - World Financial Center Winter Garden
Through March 11, 2012 - Battery Park City

In New York Classical Theatre's signature performance style, Panoramic Theatre, this unique production of Moliere's shorter comedies hearkens back to the 17th century playwright's roots in the Commedia dell'Arte. The characters of Playing Moliere, including cuckolded husbands, sneaky servants, demanding fathers, and quick-witted lovers, have inspired an entire generation of physical comedians such as Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, and the Marx Brothers.

Study pure flamenco/modern choreography w/ Rosa Olympia Estrella! - Flamenco Latino Studio
Through March 11, 2012 - New York

Flamenco Latino hosts Rosa Olympia Estrella for a 2 week workshop at their midtown studio. A rare opportunity to study with an artist from Spain who fuses pure flamenco technique with varying dance styles such as Modern and Jazz. Tues, 2/28, Intermediate 8:30-9:30 pm Thurs, 3/1, Beginner 6:30-7:30pm Sat, 3/3, Beginner 12:00-1:00 pm / Intermediate 1:00-2:00 pm Sun, 3/4, Beginner 2:00-3:00 pm / Intermediate 3:00-4:00 pm Tues, 3/6, Intermediate 8:30-9:30 pm Thurs, 3/8, Beginner 6:30-7:30pm Sat, 3/10, Beginner 12:00-1:00 pm / Intermediate 1:00-2:00 pm Sun, 3/11, Beginner 2:00-3:00 pm / Intermediate 3:00-4:00 pm at Flamenco Latino Studio 244 W 54 Street, 4th fl. NY, NY 10019 For info and to reserve: 212-399-8519 Prices: Walk-in single class: $25 paid in advance, $28 for same day payment Two classes same day: $45 Three classes per week at Beginner Level or at Intermediate Level: $68 All six classes at Beginner Level or at Intermediate Level: $130 All 12 classes at both levels: $245 All package prices must be paid by Feb 14. BIO: Pure, modern, technically-advanced, fluid, powerful and highly personal, Rosa Olympia Estrella began her studies in flamenco at the age of 8 with Enrique el Canastero and Mariquilla in the Albaycin district of Granada. She continued her studies at the Dance Conservatory in Classical Spanish Dance and Flamenco and moved to Sevilla, were she studied with Manolo Marin, La Tona, Milagros Menjibar and choreography master Javier Latorre. Rosa's dance training also includes jazz, tap and contemporary dance with instruction occurring in NYC at Broadway Dance Center and Jose Limon. Rosa became a soloist and fusion choreographer from the beginning of her career and is known for successfully incorporating varying dance styles and disciplines into her work, such as classical, jazz, tap, break-dance, Balinese, West African, and many Latin styles. Her choreography includes "Flamenco Blue", a fusion of American Blues-Jazz and Tap with Flamenco music and dance, which ran Off-Broadway in 2000 and 2002; "Women of Quixote", based on four female characters of Don Quixote, which debuted at the Cervantes Festival in Bucharest Romania, 2004 ; "Hesperion", based on events surrounding a Sephardic Jewish community in Romania, commissioned by the Ballet Oleg Danovski of Romania ; "Angelfire Underground", a contemporary piece inspired by NYC, the subway, rhythmic pulse energy and dynamics of New York, which debuted in 2005 and toured throughout Eastern Europe; and "Travelers Dream Pub", a neo-classic piece set to various contemporary classical composers, reflective of a dream state, where desire crosses fantasy and dream becomes reality, which debuted in 2005 and toured through Eastern Europe. Rosa has taught and performed throughout her native Spain, as well as Japan, Scandinavia, Canada, Romania, Austria, Poland and across the United States. More info on Rosa Olympia Estrella: For questions and to reserve: 212-399-8519

Through March 11, 2012 - New York

Coinciding with Armory Week, Hilger gallery and BROTKunsthalle are pleased to present SEX, DUIs and VIDEOTAPE, curated by contemporary art curator, Claire Breukel. The exhibition, an examination of the changing definition of beauty and shame in today’s pixel-saturated society, will take place at Site/109, a new pop-up exhibition space located on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. SEX, DUIs and VIDEOTAPE will feature works by: Daniele Buetti, Clifton Childree, Brian McKee, Martin Murphy, Emilio Chapela Perez, Cameron Platter, Miha Štrukelj, Sara Rahbar and Simon Vega. The title is a nod to Director Steven Soderberg’s cult classic, Sex, Lies and Videotape (1989), which depicts a central male character filming women sharing their most intimate thoughts about their sexuality. Throughout the movie, unexpected power plays unfold and the camera becomes a tool for withholding information, strategically revealing its story to the viewer by selectively sharing its footage. Over the past few decades, the medium of video has been responsible for the proliferation of information, shifting the power from an elite few to the masses. The accessibility of video has greatly expanded, and with it, the nature of the footage being produced. No longer reserved for the creation of movies, short films and documentaries. It has become a compulsory component of every digital camera, transforming its normative function of simply capturing snapshots of happy moments in everyday life to that of a constant watchful eye or voyeur. SEX, DUIs and VIDEOTAPE investigates the contemporary fixation with filming and distributing “real life” experiences and how that exacerbates the level of exposure in today’s society. From the silent films of Charlie Chaplin to the more recent antics on the game show Wipe Out, self-inflicted humiliation has been a constant tool in the comedic bag of tricks; a humor device used to put audiences at ease and to enroll them in absurd activities on screen. This spectacle of humiliation is aggravated by actions of celebrities who earn more air time as “bad behavior” icons --via videos featuring them having sex, in drunken debauchery and Driving Under the Influence-- than for their body of work, stirring in the onlooker a morbid curiosity and, for some, mild admiration. In this time, as we are inundated with an abundance of pixels, data and information streams, we are forced to redefine for ourselves as to what constitutes authentic moments of contemporary beauty, expected behavior and the concept of fame. Thanks to You Tube, reality TV shows and other technology, Andy Warhol’s oft-quoted saying about fame has become a widespread truth. Is everyone’s “15 minutes” the new reality? The exhibition opens on Monday, March 5 with a reception from 6-8pm. In addition, a series of special events are planned throughout the week. For more information about SEX, DUIs and VIDEOTAPE or the ANASTASIA KHOROSHILOVA – CITIES OF THE SUN cabinet show, please visit:

Grand Finale Fur Sale - Maximilian at Bloomingdale's
Through March 12, 2012 -

Save 50% - 75% on an amazing selection of furs including mink, sheared mink, fox, sheared beaver, chinchilla, sable, shearling lamb, fur-trimmed outerwear, designer furs and more. Sale ends March 12, 2012. Reg./Orig. prices reflect offering prices. Savings may not be base on actual sales. Intermediate markdowns may have been taken. Savings off regular and original prices. Some items may be included in sales already in progress or in future sales. Cannot be combined with any other offer. No adjustments to prior purchases. Furs labeled to show country of origin of imported furs. Limited selection, while supplies last.

BABYTIME Rhythms and Rhymes - Mamaroneck Library
Through March 13, 2012 - Mamaroneck

Nursery rhymes and songs, clapping-, bouncing-, and finger-games, and the occasional picture book story. Caregivers are expected to attend and their participation is an important element of this program. For ages 6-24 months. Registration is required.

2's Company - Stories 'N' More - Mamaroneck Library
Through March 14, 2012 - Mamaroneck

Themed picture book stories, songs, and games, culminating in a craft or other hands-on activity. For 2-year-olds and a grown-up. Caregivers are expected to attend, and their participation is an important element of this program. Registration required.

Art Exhibit: Butterfly loves Bull. Bull loves Butterfly. Believing the Unbelievable. - PACE Center
Through March 15, 2012 - Mineola

Queens-born artist Rosalie Orlando Hatch invites guests to step into the fantasy world of this spirited story, celebrating unbounded love between two unlikely creatures. The images in the book visualize their frolic in fanciful settings, encouraging readers, be they children or grown-ups, to continue on in their own silly, playful game of pretend, but with a message of love. Free artist reception Saturday, January 21, 2-4pm. The exhibit runs through March 15, 2012.

Stroller Strides - Long Beach Library
Through March 15, 2012 - Long Beach

Fitness for moms, fun for baby. Workout with your little ones in tow, while they are entertained and having fun. Moms meet other moms, make strides in fitness, motherhood, and life. Your first class is FREE. Contact for more information.

Rent-a-Bucket - Teatown Lake Reservation
Through March 16, 2012 - Ossining

Love maple syrup? Buy a bucket of your own. Teatown will tap a maple tree and hang a sap bucket with your name on it. After filling the bucket, the sap gets turned into syrup in Warren's Sugar House. The $45 fee includes two tickets to the Pancake Brunch on March 17 and an 8-ounce bottle of award-winning, Grade A, pure maple syrup. Call the Nature Center at 914-762-2912 x110 to purchase a bucket.

STORIES 'N' MORE (for 3-, 4- and 5-year-olds) - Mamaroneck Library
Through March 16, 2012 - Mamaroneck

Themed picture book stories, songs, and games, culminating in a craft or other hands-on activity. Caregivers are not required to attend but must be available at the end of the program. Registration required.

Through March 16, 2012 - Locust Valley

Portledge School and the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary & Audubon Center are proud to co-sponsor the Second Create Something GreatSM Recycled Sculpture Contest. We are encouraging students in pre-Kindergarten through sixth grade to build sculptures made out of recycled and/or reusable materials designed around the theme of nocturnal animals, such as bats, fireflies, raccoons, owls, skunks, and tarantulas. This contest is a hands-on learning experience for budding young artists to pique their curiosity about art, wildlife and environmental issues. Children compete in three categories: Pre-Kindergarten – First grade; Second – Third grades; and Fourth – Sixth grades. Awards will be given within each assigned age category based on overall aesthetic value and creative use of recycled materials. Prizes for each category include: first place $100 gift certificate for arts & crafts supplies, second place $50 gift certificate for arts & crafts supplies, and third place $25 gift certificate for arts & crafts supplies. Details about the contest and registration information are available at Registration forms must be received by Friday, March 16, 2012. Sculptures must be hand delivered to the Portledge Lower School main office on Thursday, March 29 or Friday, March 30 between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. All sculptures will be on display and award winners will be announced during a special art reception to be held on Saturday, March 31st from 1:30p.m. – 3:30 p.m. at Portledge Lower School. All participants in attendance will receive a certificate. Following the reception with participants and their families, professionals from the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary & Audubon Center will show live animals from the sanctuary in Oyster Bay. Plus, there will be hands-on science and arts & crafts stations. Afterwards, award winning sculptures will be transported to the Theodore Roosevelt Sanctuary & Audubon Center for a second art display April 2nd – April 6th, open to the public noon – 4 p.m. For complete contest rules, visit Deadline to register is March 16, 2012.

Through March 16, 2012 - Locust Valley

Students in pre-K through sixth grade are encouraged to build sculptures made out of recycled and/or reusable materials designed around the theme of nocturnal animals such as bats, fireflies, raccoons, owls, skunks, and tarantulas. Contest and registration information is available at

The Three Little Pigs - Theatre Three
Through March 17, 2012 - Port Jefferson

Here's a message for the whole family. Three pigs, two lost mice, and a rappin' wolf makes for a fun-filled version of the famous story. Told completely in song and verse, this original musical focuses on issues of race relations and the homeless. The show runs through March 17, 2012.

'Breaking Up Is Hard To Do' - Theatre Three
Through March 17, 2012 - Port Jefferson

Reminisce as you enjoy the songs of Neil Sedaka, including "Where the Boys Are," "Calendar Girl," "Love Will Keep Us Together," "Laughter in the Rain," and "Stairway to Heaven," among others. The show runs through March 17, 2012.

Piecing it Together - Collage Exhibition - ArtsWestchester
Through March 17, 2012 - White Plains

Collage is an obsessive art form with as much emphasis on process as on finished product. Piecing it Together is an exhibition of works by eight Westchester artists who exemplify the range of this quintessential modernist medium in the 21st century. Their pieced-together artworks challenge the expected and the everyday. Through March 17.

III, Exhibition featuring work by: Robin Cameron, Elaine Cameron-Weir, Rochelle Goldberg - Martos Gallery
Through March 17, 2012 - New York

Stack This Press Release Until Its 9 Feet Tall Modernity gives birth to phenomena that are difficult to articulate, not least of which is a kind of faith in the direct relationship between phenomena and their articulation. This is just to say “bear with me”. We talked about Brancusi’s Endless Column, that big knotty extrusion which seems to grow right out of history. But we could just as easily reverse the direction of force (think Walter De Maria’s Vertical Earth Kilometer). Taken together there is a kind of dipping. A piston like motion which, vis a vis time, constitutes the central motor of an artistic practice. Rochelle Goldberg’s Dead-end, Infinite. is all trajectory and trace, or maybe a trace of trajectory. It makes me think of those dangling donuts of dust that cartoon rocket ships leave in their wake. But then again it is so stubbornly present. It feels like it will be here for ages, experiencing a different kind of trajectory, a different kind of dust. It plods along the path from art to archeology beginning its accumulation of dust -to say nothing of its gravitas- in the studio and never looking back. The viewer, a black jean wearing connoisseur, transforms into a scientist in a futuristic Hazamat suit. Like Dead-end, Infinite. Elaine Cameron-Weir’s piece points in two directions at once. Those stainless steel racing stripes are like the stem of an arrow without the head or tail. Our attention is directed downward and I cant help but suspect that its feet are very charged. Lets ask Bataille: “Although within the body blood flows in equal quantities from high to low and from low to high, there is a bias in favor of that which elevates itself, and human life is erroneously seen as an elevation.” Cameron-Weir has given these feet “an exceptionally burlesque value.”1 I knew it. Those feet could star in a pervy Youtube video. The sculpture seems to ask “Is there a space for me between the ionic and the yonic?” Speaking of weird spaces how about Robin Cameron’s Monument to Pedagogy? It is rife with the classic signifier’s of the classroom: the books, the blackboard the… orange? An apples to oranges comparison machine. It is nonsense in the best sense. I smell the outdoors in its precarious logic. The nowhere of recess, of finding a dead animal, or a piece of litter in the outfield. It seems to live in the stolen temporality one gets by playing hooky. Perhaps this sculpture is a descendent of the school of fictive formalism begun by Tom Sawer, that trickster practitioner of the inkwell pigtail drip painting and the serial whitewash monochrome. At the time I’m writing this there is no title for this exhibition. That seems fine the show being comprised of 3 capital I’s. Do they really constitute an I? Perhaps an Other? If you think you know look again, this time with the other eye. Sebastian Black, 2012 1 Georges Bataille, The Big Toe, Visions of Excess: Selected Writings, 1927-1939, ed. Allan Stoekl (University Of Minnesota Press, 1985) 20, 22.

Exhibition: The Paintings of Louis Comfort Tiffany: Works from a Long Island Collection - Nassau County Museum of Art
Through March 18, 2012 - Roslyn Harbor

Drawn from an important Long Island collection, this major exhibition showcases more than 100 original works by Louis Comfort Tiffany, offering an uncommon glimpse into the artist’s personal world. Tiffany’s light-filled Orientalism and his use of sensuous Art Nouveau lines contrasted sharply with the era’s prevailing dark Victorian décor and had a powerful influence on the evolving aesthetics of the wealthy and famous of the Gilded Age. The exhibition runs through March 2012.

Family Sundays at the Museum - Nassau County Museum of Art
Through March 18, 2012 - Roslyn Harbor

Enjoy a docent-led family walk-through of the exhibition and, beginning at 1:30pm., supervised art activities for the whole family. (Closed 12/25/11 and 1/1/12). Weekend parking fee is $2. The program runs through March 2012.

Exhibit: Nathan Sawaya: Recent Works - Nassau County Museum of Art
Through March 18, 2012 - Roslyn Harbor

No longer just for child’s play, plastic toy building bricks have become material for fine art. The New York sculptor, Nathan Sawaya, is among the most prominent of contemporary artists working with Lego® blocks. Sawaya’s work, exploring themes of identity, elevates brick art to a new phase of artistic expression through large-scale sculptures that portray complexities of the human condition. The exhibition runs through March 18, 2012.

Toy Stories - Westport Arts Center
Through March 18, 2012 - Westport

Thirty major artists are represented in this exhibit on toys promoting a dialogue on how we relate to toys through memories and their prevalence in contemporary culture.

Centuries of Progress: American World's Fairs--1853-1982 - Stamford Museum & Nature Center--Bendel Mansion
Through March 18, 2012 - Stamford

Beginning with the 1853 Crystal Palace exhibition in New York through the 1982 World's Fair in Knoxville, Tennessee, World's Fairs have emphasized the technological,cultural and political advances that helped shape the American society of today.

The Renaissance Portrait from Donatello to Bellini - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Through March 18, 2012 -

It has been said that the Renaissance witnessed the rediscovery of the individual. In keeping with this notion, early Renaissance Italy also hosted the first great age of portraiture in Europe. Portraiture assumed a new importance, whether it was to record the features of a family member for future generations, celebrate a prince or warrior, extol the beauty of a woman, or make possible the exchange of a likeness among friends. This exhibition will bring together approximately 160 works—by artists including Donatello, Filippo Lippi, Botticelli, Verrocchio, Ghirlandaio, Pisanello, Mantegna, Giovanni Bellini, and Antonello da Messina, and in media ranging from painting and manuscript illumination to marble sculpture and bronze medals, testifying to the new vogue for and uses of portraiture in fifteenth-century Italy. During the early Renaissance, artists working in Florence, Venice, and the courts of Italy created magnificent portrayals of the people around them—from heads of state and church to patrons, scholars, poets, and artists—concentrating for the first time on producing recognizable likenesses and expressions of personality. The rapid development of portraiture was linked closely to Renaissance society and politics, ideals of the individual, and concepts of beauty. The object may have been to commemorate a significant event—a marriage, death, the accession to a position of power—or it may have been to record the features of an esteemed member of the family for future generations. Featuring many rare international loans, this exhibition will present an unprecedented survey of the period and provide new research and insight into the early history of portraiture. It will be divided into three sections and will span a period of eight decades. Beginning in Florence, where independent portraits first appeared in abundance, it moves to the courts of Ferrara, Mantua, Bologna, Milan, Urbino, Naples and papal Rome, and ends in Venice, where a tradition of portraiture asserted itself surprisingly late in the century.

Police Work: Photographs by Leonard Freed, 1972-1979 - Museum of the City of New York
Through March 18, 2012 -

Police Work: Photographs by Leonard Freed, 1972-1979 features a selection of vintage prints by the Brooklyn-born photographer who documented "life on the beat" with NYPD officers during the tumultuous 1970s. During a time when New York City faced near bankruptcy and was internationally notorious for its high crime rates and social disorder, Freed's photographs reveal the complexity, the harshness, and the camaraderie of the city's public safety servants and the people they protected. Highlighting a recent gift to the Museum of the City of New York by his widow Bridgette Freed, the exhibition is a gritty, realistic portrait of ordinary people doing a "sometimes boring, sometimes corrupting, sometimes dangerous and ugly and unhealthy job."

The Disappearing Landscape: Selections from the Hofstra University Museum - Hofstra University Museum, Emily Lowe Gallery
Through March 18, 2012 - Hempstead

This original exhibition features 27 drawings, paintings, photographs, prints and sculpture from the Museum’s permanent collection created by international artists from the United States, Russia, and Japan, among other countries. The works date from the early 19th century to the 21st century. Featured artists include Alexander Calder, Harry Callahan, Lucien Clergue, Currier & Ives, Edwin Dickinson, Sally Gall, April Gornik, James McDougal Hart, Katsushika Hokusai, Donald Resnick, Yevgeny Rukhin, Ivan Ivanovich Shishkin and Michael A. Smith. These works illustrate the artistic need to capture the ever-changing and disappearing global landscape. The exhibition runs through March 18, 2012.

Disappearing Landscape: The Great Art Caper - Hofstra University Museum
Through March 18, 2012 - Hempstead

Pick up Great Art Caper materials while in the David Filderman Gallery to enjoy self-guided super-sleuthing. Search for the details in the works in the exhibit "The Disappearing Landscape: Selections from the Hofstra University Museum Collection" and use the clues to complete the story.The program runs through March 18, 2012.

The Modern Beethoven: A Philharmonic Festival - New York Philharmonic
Through March 20, 2012 -

"Exhilarating" is how Gramophone magazine describes conductor David Zinman's approach to the masterpieces of Beethoven. Hear for yourself in this three-week festival featuring David Zinman conducting six Beethoven symphonies, as well as 20th-century concertos -- featuring Gil Shaham, Peter Serkin, and Alisa Weilerstein -- which provide a modern perspective on them. David Zinman, music director of the Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich, brings a fresh vitality to the masterpieces of Beethoven, unveiling new secrets in music you know and love. Don't miss this special three-week Philharmonic Festival.

Silly Saturday Stroller Strides - The Source Mall
Through March 21, 2012 - Westbury

Fitness for moms, fun for baby. Workout with your little ones in tow, while they are entertained and having fun. Moms meet other moms, make strides in fitness, motherhood, and life. Your first class is FREE. Contact for more information. Classes run through March 21, 2012.

Bilingual Storytime - Queens Library: Far Rockaway Branch
Through March 21, 2012 - Far Rockaway

Play and learn with your child at the library. The bilingual story time is designed for children from birth to 36 months of age. Exposure to the rhythms of language and music can help introduce very young children to books and reading.

Now Registering for our Free Clerical Skills Training & GED Program - Opportunities For a Better Tomorrow
Through March 23, 2012 - Brooklyn

Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow is currently registering for our February 2012 cycle - CLERICAL SKILLS TRAINING & GED PROGRAM. Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow (OBT) is a not-for-profit organization that provides education, college assistance, job training and job placement assistance to young adults ages 17 – 21. During our 20-week program, we provide classes in Keyboarding, Computer Applications, Office Procedures, Business English, Business Math, Job Readiness, Public Speaking and Communication, and GED Preparation (if needed). Walk-ins are welcome Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m. If you know of someone who would benefit from this program PLEASE LET HIM OR HER KNOW. COME AND REGISTER NOW!! For more information you can call us at 718-369-0303/718-387-1600 or visit our website at For a list of programs please visit us at: Locations: Sunset Park: 783 Fourth Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11232 Bushwick: 25 Thornton Street, Brooklyn, NY 11206

R&R at the JCC - The JCC In Manhattan
Through March 24, 2012 - Upper West Side

Make your Shabbat afternoon special with workshops, art, yoga, meditation, food, music, study sessions, film, origami, creative art projects, spa experiences, indoor and outdoor play, and more. There are programs for both children and adults.

Coming of Age in America: The Photography of Joseph Szabo - Heckscher Museum of Art
Through March 25, 2012 - Huntington

A dual portrait of adolescence on Long Island and summers on iconic Jones Beach. Szabo's poignant black-and-white photographs depict teens on the cusp of adulthood, captured in moments of uncertainty, reflection, longing, bravado, and exuberance.

Heroes Storywalk: 'Giant Steps to Change the World' By Spike Lee - White Plains Public Library
Through March 25, 2012 - White Plains

Learn about heroes of our time - men and women who stood up for what they believed in. Guess who they are and what they did, and celebrate their achievements along this storywalk in the library. The Storywalk is based on the book entitled, "Giant Steps to Change the World," written by Spike Lee and Tonya Lewis Lee, and illustrated by Sean Qualls. Open to families with children in grades 1-6 beginning Sunday, February 19 and continuing through Sunday, March 25, 2012. Storywalk instructions are available at the Children's Information Desk (The Compass) in The Trove. Participants must sign in there before proceeding on the walk. Children in grades 1-3 must be accompanied by an adult on the walk. Children in grades 4-6 may follow the walk without an adult.

The Yeats Game - Producers' Club
Through March 25, 2012 - New York

American Storyboard presents The Yeats Game, a farce of improbable darkness written by John J. Ronan. Kathy Richter directs a cast of four including Toby Wherry, Susan Stout, Jennifer Silverstein and Lucius Wall. Performances for The Yeats Game will be held at The Producers’ Club, 358 West 44th Street in NYC for twenty-four performances beginning Wednesday, February 29 to Sunday, March 25, 2012. The Yeats Game is a farce about middle-age choices and their ridiculous consequences. At a funeral, as two frisky couples contemplate a friend’s fatal, love-nest heart attack, they flash back to their own recent snowed-in weekend at a mountain cabin. There, a board game designed for age-hating Boomers leads to tangled romance as the old friends explore love, lust, marriage and mischief. Just as guilt prompts confession, and all things point to reform, maturity and reluctant virtue, the play’s close tells us that virtue is a weak motivator, immaturity has its advantages - and that the corpse is perhaps not so dead. A comical, brainy look at the pre-geezer years, The Yeats Game was inspired by the poet's famous line: “Only two topics can be of the least interest to a serious and studious mood - sex and the dead.” The Yeats Game, which played to standing room only audiences at its World Premiere in Boston, is a booze-, Viagra-, dice-driven romp. The Yeats Game is produced by American Storyboard. Director: Kathy Richter; Playwright: John J. Ronan; Sound Designer: Timothy Dahl; Production Stage Manager: Keri Taylor; Assistant Stage Manager: Kristin Dwyer; Publicist: Paul Siebold/Off Off PR. The Yeats Game plays for twenty-four performances from Wednesday, February 29 to Sunday, March 25, 2012, with performances Wednesdays & Thursdays at 7:30pm, Saturdays & Sundays at 8pm, and matinee performances on Saturdays and Sundays at 3pm. Tickets are $30 and can be purchased online at or by calling 212-868-4444. For more information, please visit The runtime for The Yeats Game is 1:30, with no intermission. Kathy Richter (director) is a stage actor, director, dramaturge, and producer. She has directed and performed regionally, including in productions of Sisters Rosensweig, Steel Magnolias and Sylvia (Tampa, FL) and The Diary of Anne Frank (Rhinebeck, NY). She has worked with playwrights on the development of new plays at Abingdon Theatre Company in New York, where she met playwright John Ronan and directed their first reading of The Yeats Game. Kathy has been a successful producer and director of documentary films, winning a PlanetOut/HBO Award in 2002 for Best Short Documentary. Another project was acquired by the ACLU to air as part of its Freedom Files television series in 2007. As a director, Kathy looks for plays with humor and a sound story. She enjoys working on new plays, helping playwrights to perfect their scripts. Kathy worked as a news reporter, anchor, and producer in top television markets, including Tampa, Miami, and Grand Rapids. She has run marketing and communications departments for both Fortune 500 Companies and small corporations and marketed a small company for eventual acquisition by a Berkshire Hathaway Company. Kathy studied the Practical Aesthetics technique for acting at Atlantic Acting School in New York. She holds a Master’s Degree in Journalism from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a Bachelor’s Degree in Radio-Television Broadcasting with a Minor in Theatre from Southern Illinois University—Carbondale. John J. Ronan is a playwright and poet. His comedy, The Yeats Game – A Farce of Improbable Darkness, premiered at the West End Theater in Gloucester, MA, in 2007, and later had an SRO run at Boston Playwrights Theatre. He is very happy to be working with Kathy Richter on a Big Apple premiere. Speaking of which, his latest play, The Apple Trap: A Parable in Two Acts, will go into production in 2013. John has received wide recognition for his poetry. A new book, Marrowbone Lane, appeared in January 2009; in 2010 it was "Highly Recommended" by the Boston Authors Club. Ronan has appeared in scores of national magazines and reviews, including New England Review, Three Penny Review, Southern Poetry Review, The Hollins Critic, and Notre Dame Review. He is a former National Endowment for the Arts Fellow, a Ucross Fellow, and Bread Loaf Scholar. In June of 2008 he was named to a two-year term as Poet Laureate of Gloucester, MA. Other books include The Catching Self, The Curable Corpse and John J. Ronan: Greatest Hits 1975-2000. Other work was included in an anthology of prize-winning poetry, Sad Little Breathings, edited by Heather McHugh and published in 2001. John is also the producer and host of "The Writer's Block with John Ronan," a television program featuring writers, actors, and other artists. The series, a first prize NECTA winner in 2005, began its 22nd season in September. American Storyboard, Inc., is a non-profit, 501c3 charitable corporation dedicated to producing documentaries, plays, and other media forms of the highest quality. American Storyboard was the producer of an important sports documentary titled Women in American Horse Racing, a finalist for a prestigious Billie Awards. A previous feature, Gloucester's Adventure: An American Story, won national awards, including a TELLY and GOLD AURORA, and was aired on PBS outlets. Tax deductible donations may be made to American Storyboard, Inc.

Brian Bress: Status Report - New Museum of Contemporary Art
Through March 25, 2012 - New York

This exhibition, the latest presentation in the New Museum's 'Stowaways' series, will be the New York premier of Brian Bress's Status Report (2009). In Bress's low-tech video, humorous characters, all played by the artist, struggle with interpersonal relationships, the pursuit of intended goals, and the desire to communicate. Manipulating pictorial and sculptural conventions through fantastically hand-crafted sets and costumes that combine drawing, painting, and collage, Bress creates a disjunctive world where spaces of imagination and representation compete for equal footing. Brian Bress (b. 1975) lives and works in Los Angeles. His videos have been shown at ICA, Philadelphia; LAX Art, Los Angeles; Diverse Works, Houston; University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum, Tampa; and Parrish Art Museum, South Hampton. His work was included in the comprehensive survey exhibition "California Video: Artists and Histories" presented at the Getty Museum in 2008. This is Bress's first New York museum presentation.

Across Time & Place: Treasures from the Permanent Collection - The Heckscher Museum of Art
Through March 25, 2012 - Huntington

This rotating exhibition of highlights from the Permanent Collection features a broad range of works by American and European artists of the 19th and 20th centuries. Of particular interest is �tienne Berne-Bellecour?s monumental "Embarkation Maneuver," 1882, which factually depicts the departure of a regiment of cuirassiers following the Franco-Prussian War, in contrast to the acerbic commentary on the Weimar Republic seen in George Grosz?s equally monumental "Eclipse of the Sun," 1926.

Spring Alive! - Dixon PLace
Through March 25, 2012 - New York

ONE Healing Arts COMPANY and Demos Bizar Entertainment present SPRING ALIVE! a world premiere interactive theatrical experience starring Broadway performer and recording artist Spring Groove (Bway: Grease, Saturday Night Fever). Musical Director Alex Navarro leads a band, including musicians Greg Burrows, Jordan Jancz, and David Finch with singers Sherez Aletaha and Saum Eskandani. Based upon Spring’s unique journey and her original music, E! News calls SPRING ALIVE! “a sing, pray, love experience” for the heart and mind. SPRING ALIVE! uniquely combines the Folk, Pop, Ecstatic and Meditative Mantra music genres into an entertaining and humorous journey as Spring travels the globe in search of everything from glowsticks to gurus. Spring Groove is a former Broadway performer and an award-winning singer song writer ho

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