All Day

RECYCLE YOUR TREE

BPC Authority, 75 Battery Place

Help BPC stay green this holiday season! Please deposit your tree without decorations on the curb. BPCA staff will pick up trees until Jan 26. Trees are chipped and used for mulch in the parks of Battery Park City.

MORNING MEDITATION

6 River Terrace 6 River Terrace, New York

Start your day by balancing your mind, body, and spirit during instructor guided meditation. This renowned practice lowers blood pressure, reduces stress, and strengthens the immune system.

SENIOR GROUP EXERCISE

6 River Terrace 6 River Terrace, New York

Strengthen the whole body from warm-up to cool-down with various fun exercises. The instructor will lead you in rhythmic movement and aerobics, balance and coordination exercises, as well as strength training. Come join the group and workout to great music!

PARENT & BABY YOGA* (SESSION 1)

6 River Terrace 6 River Terrace, New York

Enjoy yoga in a safe, supportive environment while learning postures and exercises specifically suited for new parents and babies – newborn through crawling.

KARAOKE JAM SESSION

200 Rector Street

Calling all wanna-be rockers, Broadway stars and crooners! Sing away the winter blues with a fun afternoon of friends and tunes at our very own karaoke “bar” complete with tea and treats.

PARENT & BABY YOGA* (SESSION 2)

6 River Terrace 6 River Terrace, New York

Enjoy yoga in a safe, supportive environment while learning postures and exercises specifically suited for new parents and babies – newborn through crawling.

FILM PREVIEW AND ARTIST PANEL

Museum of Jewish Heritage 36 Battery Place, New York

Write Me (2019; 7 mins.) follows a Holocaust survivor and a survivor of human trafficking regaining power over their bodies by removing physical evidence of “branding.” Write Me is adapted from the poem, “After Auschwitz,” by Deborah Kahan Kolb, and premieres at New York Jewish Film Festival. The preview screening will be followed by a discussion with director Pearl Gluck, poet Deborah Kahan Kolb, composer Lisa Gutkin, Auschwitz survivor Shirley Gottesman, trafficking survivor Barbara Freeman and tattoo artist Virginia Elwood. The free evening is part of a series to engage audiences in conversations on art, social justice, and history. Write Me programs are made possible through a community partnership with the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust and the Battery Park City Authority.