GO FISH! – Cancelled

Wagner Park 20 Battery Place, New York, NY

In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, join us for one of BPCA’s most popular events highlighting the importance of stewardship and conservation of our local waters. The day features catch-and-release fishing with experienced anglers, an art project, and a nature walk with The Bee Conservancy. Teatro Sea will present The Galapagos Convention, a live play with puppetry.

INTERLUDES: LADIES OF HIP-HOP

Belvedere Plaza NY

​Ladies of Hip-Hop is a nonprofit organization that provides artistic opportunities for girls & women in Hip-Hop culture. Fresh from the annual LoHH Festival, the ladies will present vignettes from their latest projects showcasing their signature fresh, dynamic and powerful take on hip-hop.

BPC FALL BLOOD DRIVE

6 River Terrace 6 River Terrace, New York

Help replenish dwindling supplies in the tri-state area. The whole process takes less than an hour and one donation can save multiple lives! Sign up today at: nybloodcenter.org

ART & POETRY IN BPC

The Real World

Join us for an art walk & poetry reading led by Art Historian Dorothea Basile and Poet Jon Curley. Perched where the urban world meets the natural, BPC celebrates this juxtaposition with its unique Public Art and exploration of poetry. A reading featuring local poets Elena Alexander, Jiwon Choi, and Andrew Levy will follow.

NOIR PAIRINGS:THE ASPHALT JUNGLE 

Virtual Program

The Noir Pairings hybrid film series pairs a neo-noir with a classic noir movie for comparison and discussion. In The Asphalt Jungle (1950) directed by John Huston, ex-convict Doc assembles a team to steal $1 million in jewels, but then double crosses, bad luck and solid police work cause everything to unravel. Registration required, please click into the event to sign up.

CAMPFIRE STORIES & SONGS

Teardrop Park Warren Street, New York, NY

Cozy up to a campfire for stories and singalongs with family and friends featuring award winning children’s performer Suzi Shelton. Munch on a yummy snack, and take part in a fun art project!

NOIR PAIRINGS: LE CERCLE ROUGE

6 River Terrace 6 River Terrace, New York

The Noir Pairings hybrid film series pairs a neo-noir with a classic noir movie for comparison and discussion. In Le Cercle Rouge (1970) directed by Jean-Pierre Melville, ex-convict and master thief Corey crosses paths with a notorious escapee and an alcoholic former policeman. The trio proceed to plot an elaborate heist at a jewelry store in Paris.

ELECTION DAY ART & PLAY

Rockefeller Park House River Terrace & Murray Street, New York, NY

Children are invited to take part in an art project and activities themed around voting and responsible citizenship. 

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MEET ME IN THE KITCHEN: MAKING HEALTHY CHOICES

Asphalt Green 212 North End Avenue, NY

Nutritionist Lauren C. Kelly offers creative twists on classic recipes, food prep and cooking trends. From appetizers, to entrees, to dessert, learn how to design menus using helpful tips and current research findings for better health and eating. Registration required, please email: registration@bpca.ny.gov

CHEF TALK: INSTITUTE OF CULINARY EDUCATION

6 River Terrace 6 River Terrace, New York

Just in time for the holidays! Learn how to make the perfect pie dough with a Pastry & Baking Arts chef-instructor from the Institute of Culinary Education. Try a sample and get some tips and tricks on making homemade dough and shaping fancy crusts that are sure to dazzle your guests.

NOIR PAIRINGS: BARTON FINK

Virtual Program

The Noir Pairings hybrid film series pairs a neo-noir with a classic noir movie for comparison and discussion. In Barton Fink (1991), directed by the Coen brothers, a renowned New York playwright is enticed to California to write for the movies and discovers the ugly truth about Hollywood. Registration required, click into the event to sign up.