Intro to Ceramic Wheel Throwing
Nov
14
6:30 PM18:30

Intro to Ceramic Wheel Throwing

This class is designed for those new to the wheel, or who have not been on a wheel in a while. We will focus on centering the clay, learning to pull the clay into a cylinder and throwing a basic form. This workshop is open to anyone 18 and up. About the Instructor: Darren Corona is a local ceramicist, and owner of Tikicraft. He has been working with and teaching ceramics for over two decades. Darren's passion is discovering lesser known ceramic techniques and bringing them to his students for them to explore.

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Nellie Bly: Around the World in 72 Days
Nov
14
7:00 PM19:00

Nellie Bly: Around the World in 72 Days

The Noble Maritime Collection will present Nellie Bly: Around the World in 72 Days, a slideshow and lecture by history buff Gerard Thornton.

 Thornton will present the story of 25-year-old New York World reporter Nellie Bly, whose voyage on the luxury ocean liner SS Augusta Victoria in 1889 marked the beginning of a 72-day journey around the world.  The event will take place on the 130-year anniversary of the start of Bly’s journey.

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Pop Up Paint Nite Fundraiser - November
Nov
14
7:00 PM19:00

Pop Up Paint Nite Fundraiser - November

The St. George Theatre and Yaymaker are teaming up to host two “Pop-Up Paint Nites” to benefit St. George Theatre Restoration Inc. in the majestic theatre lobby.  

Admission is $75 each and includes all your painting supplies, a light buffet, and drinks!  Seating is extremely limited, so reserve your spot today by calling 718-442-2900 or email info@sgtr.org subject line “Paint Nite”.

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NEWHOUSE AFTER DARK: FALSA
Nov
14
7:30 PM19:30

NEWHOUSE AFTER DARK: FALSA

  • Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Described by NPR as a “cure for alienation” and “music that’s not about means to ends but about meaning and transcendence,” New York-based Falsa is a cathartic musical experience rooted in 14th century Sufi music of North India and Pakistan, and developed into a chamber fusion ensemble, a diverse group of extraordinary improvisational musicians dedicated to craft.

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Richmond County Courthouse Centennial: Its History, Cases, and Place in the Civic Life of Staten Island
Nov
15
2:00 PM14:00

Richmond County Courthouse Centennial: Its History, Cases, and Place in the Civic Life of Staten Island

As part of the Richmond County Courthouse Centennial celebrations, the Historical Society of the New York Courts will present a program with speaker presentations examining the history of this majestic building and the importance of courthouse architecture in the civic life of New York past and present. The second part of the program will be a panel of judges and lawyers looking back at notable cases litigated in its courtroom.

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The Jazztronauts Live at Cargo Cafe
Nov
15
10:00 PM22:00

The Jazztronauts Live at Cargo Cafe

The Jazztronauts are Staten Island’s newest and fastest rising jazz band. Focusing on improvisational performances that incorporate their love of jazz, funk, hip hop and electronic music. Their sounds have been dubbed future jazz by listeners and their shows have quickly become a gathering place for music lovers and night life aficionados.

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Encaustic Workshop
Nov
16
10:00 AM10:00

Encaustic Workshop

Students will learn :
-safety in bringing wax to a molten state heated at 180 degrees where they can then apply a base layer to a wooden board/paper/tile that has been either heated with a blow torch or a heat gun except for paper that we use the heat gun.
- how to use a heat gun and the safety of using a heat gun as well as a blow torch. How to assemble a blow torch and start it as well as how to hold it to heat the board first prior to wax being applied and then to blend the wax with the blow torch to fuse the wax and blend the colors.
- how to take a photograph flip it and transfer it onto a board, burnish the image and then peel the remaining surface off exposing the image in the wax which can then be embellished with hot wax.
- various mediums that can be added to the wax to either make the wax stronger, have texture and or how to adhere objects to the wax securely.

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SIAMS Presents MUSICAL PLACES: Geography in Song, Part 2
Nov
16
7:30 PM19:30

SIAMS Presents MUSICAL PLACES: Geography in Song, Part 2

The second of two nights this month wherein local musicians will perform songs from various musical genres that include titles and lyrics with geographical references. Multi- media! Images will be projected and factoids will be presented. Elle will be your MC. Good music, and lots of fun!

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Vic DiBitetto
Nov
16
8:00 PM20:00

Vic DiBitetto

Vic DiBitetto is taking the world by storm. He is a stand-up comedian and social media mega star with over 500 million video views worldwide. He was featured in Mall Cop 2 with Kevin James, is the Host of his own digital TV show Vic’s Picks produced by the Hearst Corporation, and starred in the hit national touring show The Three Tenors (who can’t sing). His nickname is the Italian Hurricane and you’ve never seen anything like him before!

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Book Presentation "Madness"
Nov
17
3:00 PM15:00

Book Presentation "Madness"

Mike DeLucia is an Italian-American author, whose stories proudly reflect his heritage. His oldest and newest project, “Madness”, is a story about Hank Luisetti. Hank Luisetti’s unorthodox playing style reinvented basketball in the 1930’s and paved the way for March Madness and the formation of the NBA.

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NYC Winter Lantern Festival at Snug Harbor
Nov
20
to Jan 12

NYC Winter Lantern Festival at Snug Harbor

  • Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botantical Garden (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The NYC Winter Lantern Festival, hosted at Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden last year, is making it’s return to Staten Island starting November 20. The exhibition will return to Snug Harbor, bringing more than 1,000 LED installations to the grounds.

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St. George Local Voices Network: Community Conversation
Nov
20
6:00 PM18:00

St. George Local Voices Network: Community Conversation

Speak and be heard. Join fellow New Yorkers for a Local Voices Network conversation on the neighborhood topics most important to you.

The New York Public Library (NYPL) is teaming up with the Local Voices Network (LVN) and THE CITY newsroom for a project that seeks to record neighborhood conversations on important local topics. These recordings will be shared on a searchable website for journalists, decision-makers, and other local stakeholders to tune into the community’s real concerns.

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Intro to Ceramic Wheel Throwing
Nov
21
6:30 PM18:30

Intro to Ceramic Wheel Throwing

This class is designed for those new to the wheel, or who have not been on a wheel in a while. We will focus on centering the clay, learning to pull the clay into a cylinder and throwing a basic form. This workshop is open to anyone 18 and up. About the Instructor: Darren Corona is a local ceramicist, and owner of Tikicraft. He has been working with and teaching ceramics for over two decades. Darren's passion is discovering lesser known ceramic techniques and bringing them to his students for them to explore.

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Wil Wynn’s Curiously Refreshing OPEN MIC Experience
Nov
21
7:00 PM19:00

Wil Wynn’s Curiously Refreshing OPEN MIC Experience

Poet Will Wyn is the conductor of this minty fresh event with the involvement of his extraordinary peers. Poets will take turns performing OTHER PEOPLES poems. But before each performance, the audience will read the poem projected on the screen. The audience will mark their impressions of various aspects of each poem, written and performed, on scorecards, and so the poets will get to receive the anonymous feedback from their work after the event.

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Masters of Folk: BOB CONROY, NORM PEDERSON, JEAN PEDERSON
Nov
22
8:00 PM20:00

Masters of Folk: BOB CONROY, NORM PEDERSON, JEAN PEDERSON

The son of a New York Irish labor union organizer, Bob was a student of the legendary banjo virtuoso Eric Darling from whom he learned banjo and guitar. His repertoire displays a great love of Irish­-American and maritime songs. He is one of the mainstays of the monthly sea shanty sing-along on Staten Island.

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Encaustic Workshop
Nov
23
10:00 AM10:00

Encaustic Workshop

Students will learn :
-safety in bringing wax to a molten state heated at 180 degrees where they can then apply a base layer to a wooden board/paper/tile that has been either heated with a blow torch or a heat gun except for paper that we use the heat gun.
- how to use a heat gun and the safety of using a heat gun as well as a blow torch. How to assemble a blow torch and start it as well as how to hold it to heat the board first prior to wax being applied and then to blend the wax with the blow torch to fuse the wax and blend the colors.
- how to take a photograph flip it and transfer it onto a board, burnish the image and then peel the remaining surface off exposing the image in the wax which can then be embellished with hot wax.
- various mediums that can be added to the wax to either make the wax stronger, have texture and or how to adhere objects to the wax securely.

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DANCE OPEN MIC
Nov
23
8:00 PM20:00

DANCE OPEN MIC

An experimental dance happening guided by ALYSSA RAPP and featuring YOU and numerous other dance artists. Percussionist KEVIN NORTON will be on hand to contribute live music, if wanted, for your open mic set. If you have a music track for your set, bring it along and we can play it for you. Tell your dancer friends!!

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The Doobie Brothers
Nov
24
7:30 PM19:30

The Doobie Brothers

The Doobie Brothers have been delivering mind-blowing, roots-based, harmony-laden, guitar-driven rock and roll for more than four decades, selling more than 48 million albums and winning four GRAMMY® Awards. Boasting one of the most loyal fan bases in music, The Doobie Brothers continue to write and record new material and tour the world. 

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Encaustic Workshop
Nov
30
10:00 AM10:00

Encaustic Workshop

Students will learn :
-safety in bringing wax to a molten state heated at 180 degrees where they can then apply a base layer to a wooden board/paper/tile that has been either heated with a blow torch or a heat gun except for paper that we use the heat gun.
- how to use a heat gun and the safety of using a heat gun as well as a blow torch. How to assemble a blow torch and start it as well as how to hold it to heat the board first prior to wax being applied and then to blend the wax with the blow torch to fuse the wax and blend the colors.
- how to take a photograph flip it and transfer it onto a board, burnish the image and then peel the remaining surface off exposing the image in the wax which can then be embellished with hot wax.
- various mediums that can be added to the wax to either make the wax stronger, have texture and or how to adhere objects to the wax securely.

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Intro to Ceramic Wheel Throwing
Dec
5
6:30 PM18:30

Intro to Ceramic Wheel Throwing

This class is designed for those new to the wheel, or who have not been on a wheel in a while. We will focus on centering the clay, learning to pull the clay into a cylinder and throwing a basic form. This workshop is open to anyone 18 and up. About the Instructor: Darren Corona is a local ceramicist, and owner of Tikicraft. He has been working with and teaching ceramics for over two decades. Darren's passion is discovering lesser known ceramic techniques and bringing them to his students for them to explore.

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Michael Bolton: The Symphony Sessions
Dec
5
8:00 PM20:00

Michael Bolton: The Symphony Sessions

From When a Man Loves a Woman to How Am I Supposed to Live Without Youand more, Michael Bolton’s time, love and tenderness has created the soundtrack of our lives. Join the Grammy Award winner for an evening of timeless hits and a musical journey through pop, rock, soul, standards and even classical, specially arranged for symphony orchestra.

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"Speed my Way Up"
Dec
7
2:00 PM14:00

"Speed my Way Up"

Kristin Pitanza Book Presentation "Speed My Way Up" Krstin is a native Staten Islander who is an adjunct lecturer at the College of Staten Island and St. John's University where she teaches writing and education. In her book, she elegantly weaves four short stories that span four decades ...

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Frederick Law Olmsted – At Home on Staten Island a Talk by Justin Martin
Dec
7
2:00 PM14:00

Frederick Law Olmsted – At Home on Staten Island a Talk by Justin Martin

Justin Martin’s specialty is American history, meticulously researched, but delivered in a narrative style that’s akin to fiction. He’s the author of five critically acclaimed books including Genius of Place: The Life of Frederick Law Olmsted and will discuss his work.

Frederick Law Olmsted spent a handful of years as a Staten Island farmer. But that’s merely one chapter in the life of a man who was, among other things, a journalist, abolitionist, and pioneering landscape architect. Olmsted followed his own idiosyncratic path to greatness. During the talk Martin will connect the disparate pieces of Olmsted’s life, showing how his Staten Island interlude (1848-1855) was crucial to his assorted endeavors, most particularly his masterpiece, Central Park.

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St. George Local Voices Network: Community Conversation
Dec
7
2:00 PM14:00

St. George Local Voices Network: Community Conversation

Speak and be heard. Join fellow New Yorkers for a Local Voices Network conversation on the neighborhood topics most important to you.

The New York Public Library (NYPL) is teaming up with the Local Voices Network (LVN) and THE CITY newsroom for a project that seeks to record neighborhood conversations on important local topics. These recordings will be shared on a searchable website for journalists, decision-makers, and other local stakeholders to tune into the community’s real concerns.

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St. George Local Voices Network: Community Conversation
Dec
11
6:00 PM18:00

St. George Local Voices Network: Community Conversation

Speak and be heard. Join fellow New Yorkers for a Local Voices Network conversation on the neighborhood topics most important to you.

The New York Public Library (NYPL) is teaming up with the Local Voices Network (LVN) and THE CITY newsroom for a project that seeks to record neighborhood conversations on important local topics. These recordings will be shared on a searchable website for journalists, decision-makers, and other local stakeholders to tune into the community’s real concerns.

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The Christmas Show – 16th Annual
Dec
13
7:00 PM19:00

The Christmas Show – 16th Annual

The Tradition Continues!  Now in its 16th year, this two-hour production is a high energy, rhinestone-studded series of songs and dances that the whole family will enjoy!  Featuring an all-volunteer cast of over 100 performers, the show features performances from local favorites like Vinnie Medugno, Marcus Simeone, Bill Newstad, Jenny Kelly, and Enid Stein, an excerpt from “The Nutcracker”, and the fabulousRichmondettes comprised of superstars from various dance companies across Staten Island.

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The Christmas Show – 16th Annual
Dec
14
3:00 PM15:00

The Christmas Show – 16th Annual

The Tradition Continues!  Now in its 16th year, this two-hour production is a high energy, rhinestone-studded series of songs and dances that the whole family will enjoy!  Featuring an all-volunteer cast of over 100 performers, the show features performances from local favorites like Vinnie Medugno, Marcus Simeone, Bill Newstad, Jenny Kelly, and Enid Stein, an excerpt from “The Nutcracker”, and the fabulousRichmondettes comprised of superstars from various dance companies across Staten Island.

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The Christmas Show – 16th Annual
Dec
14
7:00 PM19:00

The Christmas Show – 16th Annual

The Tradition Continues!  Now in its 16th year, this two-hour production is a high energy, rhinestone-studded series of songs and dances that the whole family will enjoy!  Featuring an all-volunteer cast of over 100 performers, the show features performances from local favorites like Vinnie Medugno, Marcus Simeone, Bill Newstad, Jenny Kelly, and Enid Stein, an excerpt from “The Nutcracker”, and the fabulousRichmondettes comprised of superstars from various dance companies across Staten Island.

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The Christmas Show – 16th Annual
Dec
15
3:00 PM15:00

The Christmas Show – 16th Annual

The Tradition Continues!  Now in its 16th year, this two-hour production is a high energy, rhinestone-studded series of songs and dances that the whole family will enjoy!  Featuring an all-volunteer cast of over 100 performers, the show features performances from local favorites like Vinnie Medugno, Marcus Simeone, Bill Newstad, Jenny Kelly, and Enid Stein, an excerpt from “The Nutcracker”, and the fabulousRichmondettes comprised of superstars from various dance companies across Staten Island.

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The Christmas Show – 16th Annual
Dec
15
7:00 PM19:00

The Christmas Show – 16th Annual

The Tradition Continues!  Now in its 16th year, this two-hour production is a high energy, rhinestone-studded series of songs and dances that the whole family will enjoy!  Featuring an all-volunteer cast of over 100 performers, the show features performances from local favorites like Vinnie Medugno, Marcus Simeone, Bill Newstad, Jenny Kelly, and Enid Stein, an excerpt from “The Nutcracker”, and the fabulousRichmondettes comprised of superstars from various dance companies across Staten Island.

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Frozen: Family Movie Night
Dec
27
6:00 PM18:00

Frozen: Family Movie Night

Enjoy a family movie night during the holiday season with a screening of Disney’s FROZEN!  Dress up like your favorite characters and enjoy an evening that will feature a pre-show costume parade, a singalong, photo ops, and a Winter Wonderland in our decorated grand lobby!  Experience the magic of seeing this classic movie on the big screen at the majestic St. George Theatre.  Part of the 2019 Better on the Big Screen Classic Movie Series sponsored by Williams Eye Works and Borough Five Pictures.

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Angelina Ballerina – Affordable Family Theater
Nov
10
1:00 PM13:00

Angelina Ballerina – Affordable Family Theater

In Angelina Ballerina The Musical, Angelina and her friends, Alice, Gracie, AZ, Viki and even their teacher, Ms. Mimi, are all aflutter because a special guest is coming to visit Camembert Academy! Angelina and her friends will perform all types of dance, including hip-hop, modern dance, the Irish jig and of course, ballet and they are excited to show off their skills to their famous visitor. Angelina is the most excited of all, but will she get the starring moment she hopes for? Based on the CG-animated series, “Angelina Ballerina The Next Steps,” Angelina Ballerina The Musical is a family-friendly show that will have the entire audience dancing in the aisles.  

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The 31st Annual John A. Noble Art Auction
Nov
9
6:30 PM18:30

The 31st Annual John A. Noble Art Auction

The evening begins at 6:30 PM with cocktails, a light supper, and a chance to view the lots.  The auction of fine art immediately follows.  Guests are encouraged to enjoy coffee, cordials, and dessert after the bidding.  Catering by Framboise, led by Chef Frank Puleo, will once again cater the event.

 Tickets are $100 each, or $90 for museum members.

 The auction block features 45 works of art, including antique and contemporary paintings, prints, photographs, and objects. 

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SI Outloud presents: The Big Read In the Heart of the Sea
Nov
9
2:00 PM14:00

SI Outloud presents: The Big Read In the Heart of the Sea

In 1820, the whaleship Essex was rammed and sunk by an angry sperm whale, leaving the desperate crew to drift for more than ninety days in three tiny boats. Nathaniel Philbrick uses little-known documents and vivid details about the Nantucket whaling tradition to reveal the chilling facts of this infamous maritime disaster. Come to The Everything Goes Book Cafe to discuss this work!

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Vintage Camera Day
Nov
9
12:00 PM12:00

Vintage Camera Day

Come take a deep-dive into the timeline of photography from the daguerreotype to the digital picture, marveling at the art of the camera with hands-on demonstrations, family activites and displays of vintage cameras. This event is free with admission and suitable for all ages. Bring the whole family!

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Encaustic Workshop
Nov
9
10:00 AM10:00

Encaustic Workshop

Students will learn :
-safety in bringing wax to a molten state heated at 180 degrees where they can then apply a base layer to a wooden board/paper/tile that has been either heated with a blow torch or a heat gun except for paper that we use the heat gun.
- how to use a heat gun and the safety of using a heat gun as well as a blow torch. How to assemble a blow torch and start it as well as how to hold it to heat the board first prior to wax being applied and then to blend the wax with the blow torch to fuse the wax and blend the colors.
- how to take a photograph flip it and transfer it onto a board, burnish the image and then peel the remaining surface off exposing the image in the wax which can then be embellished with hot wax.
- various mediums that can be added to the wax to either make the wax stronger, have texture and or how to adhere objects to the wax securely.

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Get the Led Out!
Nov
8
8:00 PM20:00

Get the Led Out!

From the bombastic and epic, to the folky and mystical, Get The Led Out (GTLO) have captured the essence of the recorded music of Led Zeppelin and brought it to the concert stage. The Philadelphia-based group consists of six veteran musicians intent on delivering Led Zeppelin live, like you’ve never heard before. Utilizing the multi-instrumentalists at their disposal, GTLO re-create the songs in all their depth and glory with the studio overdubs that Zeppelin themselves never performed. When you hear three guitars on the album…GTLO delivers three guitarists on stage. No wigs or fake English accents, GTLO brings what the audience wants…a high energy Zeppelin concert with an honest, heart-thumping intensity.

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Intro to Ceramic Wheel Throwing
Nov
7
6:30 PM18:30

Intro to Ceramic Wheel Throwing

This class is designed for those new to the wheel, or who have not been on a wheel in a while. We will focus on centering the clay, learning to pull the clay into a cylinder and throwing a basic form. This workshop is open to anyone 18 and up. About the Instructor: Darren Corona is a local ceramicist, and owner of Tikicraft. He has been working with and teaching ceramics for over two decades. Darren's passion is discovering lesser known ceramic techniques and bringing them to his students for them to explore.

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St. George Local Voices Network: Community Conversation
Nov
6
6:00 PM18:00

St. George Local Voices Network: Community Conversation

Speak and be heard. Join fellow New Yorkers for a Local Voices Network conversation on the neighborhood topics most important to you.

The New York Public Library (NYPL) is teaming up with the Local Voices Network (LVN) and THE CITY newsroom for a project that seeks to record neighborhood conversations on important local topics. These recordings will be shared on a searchable website for journalists, decision-makers, and other local stakeholders to tune into the community’s real concerns.

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Ceramic Handbuilding Workshop for Beginners
Nov
6
6:00 PM18:00

Ceramic Handbuilding Workshop for Beginners

In this introductory class, students will learn the basic techniques of hand-building, slab, coil, and pinch pots. Participants can create small pieces using any or all of the techniques. In the last class, pieces will be glazed and then fired within the next week. This class is geared towards beginners, but all are welcome.

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Kreeps with Kids Comedy Tour – Rich Vos, Jim Florentine, Robert Kelly, and Ron Bennington
Nov
2
8:00 PM20:00

Kreeps with Kids Comedy Tour – Rich Vos, Jim Florentine, Robert Kelly, and Ron Bennington

The Kreeps with Kids Comedy Tour starring Rich Vos, Jim Florentine, Robert Kelly, and Ron Bennington
“Being a parent is easy, being a good parent is hard. Because we can’t hit them, anymore.” Robert Kelly said. “And that’s why we’re doing this tour.”

Last March, four of New York’s fastest and funniest comedians took the stage together in Glenside, PA for a killer night of comedy. The night was such a huge success that the four headliners agreed they had to take the show on the road.

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Encaustic Workshop
Nov
2
10:00 AM10:00

Encaustic Workshop

Students will learn :
-safety in bringing wax to a molten state heated at 180 degrees where they can then apply a base layer to a wooden board/paper/tile that has been either heated with a blow torch or a heat gun except for paper that we use the heat gun.
- how to use a heat gun and the safety of using a heat gun as well as a blow torch. How to assemble a blow torch and start it as well as how to hold it to heat the board first prior to wax being applied and then to blend the wax with the blow torch to fuse the wax and blend the colors.
- how to take a photograph flip it and transfer it onto a board, burnish the image and then peel the remaining surface off exposing the image in the wax which can then be embellished with hot wax.
- various mediums that can be added to the wax to either make the wax stronger, have texture and or how to adhere objects to the wax securely.

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Chocolate Crumb Cake Stout Can Release
Nov
1
7:00 PM19:00

Chocolate Crumb Cake Stout Can Release

Go to the Flagship Brewery Taproom for the release of our Chocolate Crumb Cake Stout! A Pastry Stout brewed in collaboration with Holtermann's Bakery. The beer will be available on draft in the taproom and in 16oz 4pack cans. Holtermann's Bakery will be onsite selling their delicious Chocolate Crumb Cake as well. Don't miss this epic Staten Island event!

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Halloween on Bay Street
Oct
31
3:00 PM15:00

Halloween on Bay Street

The Borough Presidents Office and The Staten Island Chamber of Commerce are teaming up with the businesses of Downtown Staten Island for a Halloween Event. Stapleton merchants on Bay Street with a flyer in their window on Halloween will be providing goodies for trick-or-treaters. Make sure to bring your best costume!

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Ceramic Handbuilding Workshop for Beginners
Oct
30
6:00 PM18:00

Ceramic Handbuilding Workshop for Beginners

In this introductory class, students will learn the basic techniques of hand-building, slab, coil, and pinch pots. Participants can create small pieces using any or all of the techniques. In the last class, pieces will be glazed and then fired within the next week. This class is geared towards beginners, but all are welcome.

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Haunted Lighthouse Boat Tour and Party
Oct
27
3:00 PM15:00

Haunted Lighthouse Boat Tour and Party

ou're invited to join us for a special Halloween Lighthouse Boat Tour and celebration! October 27, 2019, we will cruise up the East River through Hell's Gate recalling haunted tales of lighthouses along the way and other points of spooky interest. Hear about the haunting river stories on the way to Execution Rocks Light and dance our way back down the river.

There will be a DJ for entertainment, a buffet dinner, raffles, awards for best maritime and creepy costumes and all the fun you can stand!

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GHOST TOUR: THE TALE OF THE MATRON
Oct
26
6:00 PM18:00

GHOST TOUR: THE TALE OF THE MATRON

The Tale of the Matron is a historic walking tour and recount of events that took place at Snug Harbor in 1863. You’ll enter three buildings that are typically closed to the public: the Matron’s House, the Butcher’s Cottage, and the former Surgeon’s House (now known as the Governors House). Each space has its own unique connection with history, life and the afterlife.

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HALLOWEEN BASH AND TRICK OR TREAT PARADE AT EMPIRE OUTLETS
Oct
26
12:00 PM12:00

HALLOWEEN BASH AND TRICK OR TREAT PARADE AT EMPIRE OUTLETS

Join Empire Outlets for its first annual Halloween Bash on Saturday, October 26th from 12-3pm. Music with Patrick will provide entertainment and music throughout the day while kids trick-or-treat and are greeted by Halloween themed stilt walkers and other themed entertainment. We will also have a “Pumpkin Decorating Station” where guests can decorate their very own unique mini pumpkin. Grab a delicious complimentary snack of fresh popped popcorn or a sweet cotton candy on your way around the outlets.

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STORYTIME IN THE SECRET GARDEN
Oct
26
10:30 AM10:30

STORYTIME IN THE SECRET GARDEN

Classic tales for kids, in a fairy-tale garden! Your children will feel swept away by the castle towers and shrubbery maze in the newly-restored Connie Gretz Secret Garden in Snug Harbor while they listen to engaging readings of favorite tales.

Storytimes are at 10:30 AM and 12:30 PM. Both times are ticketed separately

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