NYC Life: Awesome Auction, Theater, Music, Exercise, Gardens, Events

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NYC Life: Awesome Auction, Theater, Music, Exercise, Gardens, Events

Get ready to scoop up some amazing items at this silent auction to benefit girls. Valerie Smaldone has the scoop on a new album by Broadway veteran Kyle Taylor Parker (Kinky Boots, Smokey Joe’s). Here’s a great little day spring day trip—a trip to a beautiful historic garden in Yonkers.  Here’s a fun exercise class—learn how to use resistance loops? Stroll the city and be on the lookout for some amazing art like the photo above. Join us for an awesome free fun event this month.  And there are more event highlights below including meet Sidney the bay seal.

Ready to Sip Umbrella Drinks on a Beach?

NYC Life: Awesome Auction, Theater, Music, Exercise, Gardens, Events

Well check out this trip to Antiqua that is just one of the amazing silent auction items you can scoop up for way below retail price, and the trip doesn’t have to be booked it until end of 2022! And best part: all proceeds will help build two dormitories for 300 girls in Zimbabwe. Start Bidding.

A Beautiful Historic Garden in Yonkers

NYC Life: Awesome Auction, Theater, Music, Exercise, Gardens, Events

New York City has no lack of beautiful gardens from Central Park to the NY and Brooklyn Botanical Gardens. But how many of you have ever been to the historic Untermyer Gardens in Yonkers? It is a historic 43-acre city public park, just north of New York City that’s a remnant of Samuel J. Untermyer’s 150-acre estate “Greystone”. The park is open 9-5 seven days a week. No reservations required. Learn more here.

Fun, Light Art

Our roving photograph says she is seeing a lot of fun, light but meaningful art for our dark times. From Peace, Love & Happiness by Scott Gerber installed at the South Street Seaport overlooking the Brooklyn Bridge, to the KAWS retrospective at the Brooklyn Museum, art can certainly lift our spirits and inspire. En route to the exhibit KAWS: WHAT PARTY, one is greeted by the venerable and much missed RBG, forever a reminder to remain positive and not accept defeat. 

NYC LIFE: We ❤️New York City

Our roving photographer, Nicole Freezer Rubens is the author of “The Long P:ause and the Short Breath,” photos and poetry from NYC’s pandemic.

Embrace Your Crazy, a Three Tomatoes event

Join us as in a fun celebration with amazing women, great conversations, and music! SIGN UP NOW.

March 18. Strength Training with Resistance Loops

Get Looped with our 3T fitness guru, Joan Pagano. Join her for a fun resistance training class using stretch loops for strengthening and toning. All you need is a little pouch with five loops of varying levels (available for $10 or less) and you have a portable gym for upper and lower body exercises. Great if you are just starting out as well as if you need to pep up your regular strength training routine.  Appropriate for all fitness levels.  Class is $19.97 Get the Details.

March 24. A Seat at the Table

NYC Life: Awesome Auction, Theater, Music, Exercise, Gardens, Events

The NEW YORK THEATRE BARN, a non profit incubator of new musicals is hosting a virtual conversation about Women in Theatre…..where they are at and what they hope the future will look like. Through a robust conversation, moderated by multi-hyphenate actress and writer Christine Toy Johnson (Come From Away), acclaimed women leaders of the American Theatre will discuss the obstacles and opportunities faced by women in the theatre community.

Joining Johnson will be industry leaders Ashley Blanchet (actor), Sammi Cannold (director), Melissa Errico (Tony-nominated actor, writer), Ann Harada (actor), L. Morgan Lee (actor), Alie B. Gorrie (actor, disability consultant), Eva Price (Tony Award-winning Broadway producer), and Maria Torres (director, choreographer, SDC board member). March 24@7 PM. Get your tickets here.

Meet Sidney the Baby Seal at the NY Aquarium

NYC Life: Awesome Auction, Theater, Music, Exercise, Gardens, Events

Last year a baby harbor seal was discovered alone with her umbilical cord still attached and was rescued in California. They saved her life but now she needs to be rehabilitated which is now doing at her home at the New York Aquarium. Visit her at the Sea Cliffs Exhibit. Get the details.

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