September events

Friday
Sept. 4
7:00-9:00 pm
 
TOM GHENT… “an intelligent, progressive artist who mixes country style with a folk consciousness gained from living in Greenwich Village and writing songs for…Mama Cass Elliot” – Steve Morse, Boston Globe
Sunday
Sept. 6
1:00-4:00 pm
DRAWING IN THE GARDEN WITH A MODELCome and draw our lovely garden with a model. Some materials are provided, but you may want to bring your own. This is for both professional and aspiring artists; facilitated by garden member Effie Serlis.
Sunday
Sept. 6
7:00-9:00 pm
DIANA GITESHA HERNANDEZ & Friends: Luscious, sensual voices will mesmerize and bewitch you.
Saturday
Sept. 12
3:30 pm
Are You READY To Be SUGARSHOCKED?  Come to this hands-on workshop, and do the simple math to reveal how your fave drink measures up. Learn fun facts about the history of sugar and startling revelations about what is in your beverages. A lesson from Edible Schoolyard, Wellness in Schools; brought to you by Jane Goodall’s Roots ‘n Shoots and Citizens Committee for NYC.
Saturday
Sept. 12
8:00-10:00 pm
LES Experimental Filmmakers: Concrete Cameras & The Film-Makers’ Coop Short excerpts, including Rocky Flats (Nancy Wolfe on health concerns of workers who built the Cold War’s nuclear weapons); Who the F*ck is that guy? (Drew Stone on Michael Alago – the ‘Super Producer’ behind many 80’s & 90’s biggest rock groups); Cochise (Simon J. Heath on Cochise, the last downtown gangleader in 1970s NYC).
Sunday
Sept. 13
10:30-11:30 am
QIJONG: Garden member Mindy Levokove will guide you in breathing and gentle stretching exercises.
Wednesday
Sept. 16
6:30-8:30 pm
“The Culmination Of A Creative Life” is the headline of Zach WIlliams’ The Villager article about Kimistry The Living Museum.  Composer, poet philosopher, and singer Kim Kalesti premiers her collection of poetry videos; an on-going legacy work expressing her urban, NYC philosophy.
Friday
Sept. 18
7:00-9:00 pm
Luminous Ragas: A Concert of Indian Classical Musicfeaturing Steve Gorn – Bansuri flute, Bill Buchen –Tabla, and Hallie Laxshmi –Tamboura.
Saturday
Sept. 19
7:30 pm
Nowheresville, a night of NYC singer-songwriters with KRMN, Emma Peel, Sarah Crowley and Peter Loureiro
Saturday
Sept. 19
1:00-4:00 pm
CANCELLED
LEFTY SESSIONS
: a jazz quartet featuring garden member Steven Levi on cornet, Sam Barrios on piano, Jose Rodriquez on bass, and Ivan Rodriguez on drums.  This will be their fourth appearance in the garden and they will be playing their own mix of latin jazz, pop and bop.
Friday
Sept. 25
7:00-9:00 pm
LET’S GO CRAZY! It’s a funked up DANCE PARTY!Haven’t you wanted to get your groove thing on all summer, but things just got in the way? Well, THIS is the night, THIS is the time, Michael Bones is the DJ, and 6 & B is the place!
Saturday
Sept. 26
3:00-4:30 pm
Kids COOK Your CULTURE! Ages 7-12; kid chefs must arrive on time to participate. Create healthy dishes from your own recipes. Sponsored by Roots ‘n Shoots and Citizens Committee for NYC. Rain or Shine. 
Saturday
Sept. 26
7:30-10:00 pm
MUSIC under THE STARS Curated by our own garden member, Joff Wilson: Local Legends—and Up-and-Coming Local Legends—will present an evening of unforgettable and inspiring music.
Sunday
Sept. 27
1:00-3:30 pm
Hayes Greenfield, the fiercely innovative jazz musician and long time East Village Resident brings his Gravity Unplugged Trio back to celebrate the LUNG’s Harvest Arts Festival.  From inside to outside and everything in between, Hayes and Gravity Unplugged deliver a magically wonderful unpredictable journey through jazz. 
Sunday
Sept. 27
4:00-6:00 pm
General Membership Meeting
Wednesday

Oct 7
Sept. 30
7:00-8:30 pm

Science In and Beyond the City: Students from the Berkov tropical ecology lab at City College of New York are studying biodiversity—from Neotropical rain forests to out-of-the-way corners of NYC.