6th & B Garden
located at 6th Street and Ave. B
OPEN HOURS: Sat. & Sun. 1-6PM
AUGUST 2010 EVENTS
PETS ON PARADE!! All non-man-eating species welcome. All predators/predatorees should be contained (leash, cage, etc.) Prizes for all, distributed by our panel of distinguished judges. Friday, August 6th, 7PM
LOWER EAST SIDE PLANETEERS WINDFARM Is the summer too hot for you? Join Science Teacher Sarah for a really cool way to learn about alternative energy: make a windturbine & whirlygigs, play with energy games and solar toys, w/help from KidWind. Ages 6-12 with parent, young teens welcome. Saturday, Aug 7th 11-2, Raindate, Aug 8th
RANDINESS IN THE GARDEN, an evening of theater, dance & music. With Marla Mase, Tomas Doncker, Derek Newman, Janine Squillari, Gabrielle Gold, Ragidy Supreme, Vicki Ferentinos and more. Hosted by Carolyn Kitay. Thursday, August 12th, 7PM
FAIRY GARDEN CONCERT with Elaine Silver. Yes, there are real fairies ... Join us for an enchanting evening of song and fairy sweets and tea. Friday. August 13th, 7PM
SALSA CLASS Karim Noak, Salsa teacher from Colombia who has been teaching Salsa and Flamenco in the East Village, will give a workshop. Bring your dancing shoes. Saturday, August 14th, 3-5PM
MID-AUGUST Music Session UNDER THE STARS w/ Various Artists.
Coordinated by Joff Wilson. Saturday, August 14thth, 7:30PM
DUM SPIRO SPERO Bay area band comes to the East Village, with Autumn Turley on violin, Anthony Yousko on saw, and Bowie Johnson on guitar, banjo and vocals. Friday, August 20th, 1-3PM
GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING: Sunday, AUGUST 22ND, 4PM
PAPER TIGER TELEVISION PRESENTS: A Garden of Video Delights, Part 2!
PTTV is downtown's own pioneer video collective that has been making experimental, innovative and truly alternative community media since 1981! Come join the Tiger's for a screening of their latest and greatest work including "Paper Tiger Reads Working Women", "Reality Unreeled: The Really Real Unreal Reality of Real Reality TV" and more. Thursday, August 26th, 7:30PM
THE 2010 EVENTS PROGRAMS ARE MADE POSSIBLE IN PART BY PUBLIC FUNDS FROM THE FUND FOR CREATIVE COMMUNITIES/NYS COUNCIL ON THE ARTS DECENTRALIZATION PROGRAM AND THE MANHATTAN COMMUNITY ARTS FUND/NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS, ADMINISTERED BY THE LOWER MANHATTAN CULTURAL COUNCIL. THE PROGRAM WOULD ALSO LIKE TO THANK THE TRUST FOR PUBLIC LAND FOR ONGOING ASSISTANCE.