Sunday, September 15
Campos Community Garden,640 E 12th St (Aves B & C)
4pm • The Czechoslovak-American Marionette Theatre Czech and Slovak Tales with Strings Vít Hořejš and over a dozen 200-year-old marionettes
Children’s Magical Garden,129 Stanton St (Norfolk St)
1:30PM–5PM • Arts for Art presents In Gardens Programs of free jazz, poetry, dance, justice.
1:30pm • Nick Lyons. Nick Lyons—alto sax, Bill Payne — clarinet, Adam Lane —bass, Michael Wimberly—percussion.
2:30pm • Poetry Tributes to Steve Cannon. Nancy Mercado—poetry, Poonam Srivastava—poetry.
3:30pm • Karen Borca Trio Karen Borca—bassoon, Hilliard Greene—bass, Jackson Krall—drums.
4:30pm • We Feel Quartet Luke Stewart, Daniel Carter—horns, woodwinds; No Land—poetry; Miriam Parker—dance.
DeColores, 313 E.8th St. Noon-2pm
Barbaric Yawps and Sea Shanties. An afternoon of song and improv dance confronting Walt Whitman’s America and the concept of folk.
Dias y Flores,520 E 13th St (Aves A & B)
Acoustic Jam with Victor, Carmine, and Pete
Firemen’s Garden,358 E 8th St (Aves C & D)
1-5pm • RALLY PREP! GreenThumb License Teach-in and Poster/Banner Workshop with the New York City Community Garden Coalition to Prep for City Hall Community Garden Rally on Thursday, September 19 Rally at 10am. Gardeners Demand Respect and a Voice in Community Garden Policy!
East River Park Action Teach-in and Poster/Banner Workshop for March and Rally to SAVE EAST RIVER PARK on Saturday, September 21. This March begins at Noon at Tompkins Square Park. BURY THE PLAN/NOT THE PARK!
Green Oasis,370 E 8th St (Aves C & D)
3pm • Judy’s Troupe. A group of singers and singers/songwriters, trained by vocal coach Judy Hages, will perform their favorite covers as well as their own creations.
4pm Amza & Ayla, Beatbox, 21 Century Kids
5pm • Fiddler and Crossroads. Featuring Blues Hall-of-Fame fiddler, Greg Holt, with accordion player Neil Thomas, and Roger Stoltz on suitcase drums. Cajun/Americana Johnny Cash, Dylan, Elvis and other greats! Very danceable, high energy music!
6pm • Mathieu Eveillard. Breton singer-songwriter Mathieu’s rich and layered arrangements and emotionalvocals resonate on his latest album Petit Sauvage #1offering a wide exploration through a pop musical landscape.
Faith. Felice captures you with her soulful ballads,with rock/soul and reggae
flair, with the raspiness of Nina Simone. Ms. Rosser “Sings in a voice both
plangent and wailing” New York Times.
LaPlaza Cultural, Ave C & 9th St.
3-4pm MbiraNYC, African Percussion, Come listen, sing, dance to traditional music from Zimbabwe with MbiraNYC
Le Petite Versailles,274 E 2nd St (Aves B & C)
5–9pm • Museum Without Building. Finissage with Max-Louis Raugel and Aida Rebull. Curated by Sylvie Boulanger (CNEAI) and Nicholas Vargelis (LPV) with an homage to Yona Freidman composed by Max-Louis Raugel (sound) and Aída Rebull (video), taking the form of a study in abstract details and absurd coincidences or majestic events clumsily captured around the world.
Miracle Garden,194 E 3rd St (Aves A & B)
1–3pm • LUNGS CSA. Get your veggies on for only $10 per week. Stop by Miracle Garden any Sunday in September to sign up and pre-pay for the following week. The LUNGS CSA runs from July to November, in a new garden each month.
1–3pm • Baby Soda Jazz Band. New Orleans style, small ensemble improvisation, with a nod to Duke Ellington, Fats Waller, Hoagy Carmichael, Harry Warren & the composers who created the great American songs of Tin Pan Alley. Visit babysoda.org.
Orchard Alley, 354 E.4th St (Aves C & D)
10am • Free yoga class. Bring your own mat! We’ll have water! Instructor, Olivia Snyder-Spak.
2–6pm • Friendly Dominoes Tournament. Open to players of all ages, rating & strengths. Beverages, prizes, great fun!
Sam & Sadie Koenig,237 E 7th St (Aves C & D)
3–5pm • Art Show. Kathy Creutzburg & Anne ‘An Address’ Edris. Two local artists exhibit and discuss their use of material from the East River and everything repurposed throughout a flood zone.
6TH & B GARDEN, 84 Ave B (6th St)
2–4pm • Mexican Cooking Workshop Cook up a seasonal summer dish to celebrate Mexico’s Dia de la Independencia with Garden member Paula and the KIDS COOKING Workshop: Ages 5 & up.
4–5:30pm • KidPop Karaoke ala LES. Join garden kid musicians & chefs for live music/singing fun.