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Washington Heights/Inwood Events
Friday, 28 January 2005
2/6/05
Coffee Bark in Fort Tryon Park

Time: 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Free coffee and doughnuts with friends and their best friends.

Coffee Bark happens the first Sunday of every month.
Location: Sir William's Dog Run, Fort Tryon Park, by the Gazebo.
Sponsor(s): Fort Tryon Dog Owners Group
Contact: FTDOG | 1-877-512-9899 |



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Sunday, 23 January 2005
2/6,27/05
Baking and Dancing at Hebrew Tabernacle
Sun Feb 6 at 11am
Sun Feb 27 at Noon
Learn how to bake jelly rolls from master baker, Bertha Blumenthal. Stay for Israeli dancing at noon with Yaffa Garber. Learn basic line and circle dances; suitable for all ages; no experience required.
Meet in the kitchen at Hebrew Tabernacle, 551 Ft. Washington Ave. Bring $5 to cover cost of baking supplies; for dancing, $10 or $25 for 3 sessions. Reservations not required but helpful: 212-568-8304

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2/5, 2/12, 2/19/05
Inwood Little League Registration
will be registering children ages 7-14, young adults 15-18 and girls ages 9-18 for softball this Feb.
Noon-4pm
For prices and other information call 212-942-0834, visit www.inwoodmanhattanbaseball.org or email
inwoodllb@msn.com

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2/9, 11/05
Classical Chamber Music
Concerts in the Heights
Wed Feb 9 at Noon
Fri Feb 11 at 8pm

$7 for students/seniors
$12 for adults

Ft. Washington Collegiate Church
corner of Ft. Washington and W. 181st St.
212-543-0475

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Thursday, 20 January 2005
2/13/05

MOSA Concert - Brandon Terzic and the Makam Ensemble

Time: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Brandon Terzic and the Makam Ensemble

* Brandon Terzic, oud, saz, fretted and frettless guitars
* Matt Kilmer, world percussion
* Tom Chess, ney and western flute
* Rich Stein, world percussion

Exploring the traditions of the Near East, filling the musical canvas with new colors and sounds.

"Outstanding musicianship coupled with a unique, genuine approach to worldmusic." - NY Press

Tickets: $12; $8 for senior citizens and students with ID.

FREE on-site child care. Complimentary reception to follow.
Location: Our Saviour's Atonement Lutheran Church, 178 Bennett Avenue (at 189th Street).
Sponsoring Organization: Our Saviour's Atonement Lutheran Church
Contact: MOSA Staff | 212-923-5757



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Tuesday, 18 January 2005
2/5/05


What: community service event, sewing sleeping bags for the
homeless

When: Saturday, February 5th 9:30 - 1:00 pm

Where: PS 128 cafeteria, 560 Audubon Avenue (between 168 & 169th
Street)


Join the young people of FYI as we hand-sew sleeping bags for
distribution
to homeless people around NYC. The event features a dj, breakfast and
lunch, a few raffles, and a fun, relaxed energy . Youth need to be at
least
9 years of age to take part.

For more information check out www.freshyouth.org or e-mail the
cooridnators of the event JoAnn Santiago joann@freshyouth.org or
Tania Ortiz tania@freshyouth. org



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Saturday, 15 January 2005
1/18-2/18/05
Exhibit: 'Dreams of Desire' paintings by Leandro Miguel Cruz in a Picasso style.

Opening reception 1/21/05 5:30-8pm

3960 Broadway at W. 166 St.
Audobon Business and Technology Center and the Russ Berrie Building.

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Monday, 8 November 2004
Neighborhood Knitting/Crocheting Group
Do you like to knit or crochet? or would you like to learn?
There is a casual group of knitters and crocheters who meet in the neighborhood on weeknights and weekends for a couple of hours of knitting and socializing.

If interested, please email Michelle at m_tourigny@yahoo.com

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Saturday, 30 October 2004
Baby Donations


Esdras Santana-Ramos is a neighborhood mother and doula who works with
a
program that serves teenage mothers. If you have any baby things that
you
would like to pass on to a family in need, she will pick them up and
put
them in the hands of an appreciative young mother. Her contact
information
is listed below.

Esdras Santana-Ramos
(212)569-8871
maroya192@earthlink.net

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Sunday, 3 October 2004
Reading Program Expands
The YM/YWHA of Washington Heights and Inwood will add an additional location to its reading program, thanks to a grant by the Brooke Jackman Foundation.
Starting Oct 5, children will have the choice of going either to the McDonald's on Dyckman Street on Mondays from 4-6pm or to the McDonald's on W. 181st on Tuesdays from 3:30 to 5:30pm. Contact Abraham Pena at 212-569-6200 ext 249 for more information.

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