Calendar & Events

Format: 2019-12-08
Format: 2019-12-08
Jun 20
Workshop

Staten Island NYC DOE 2019 High School Admissions Family Workshops

Learn how to build a balanced application, and learn about admissions to the Specialized High Schools—all in one place.

4:30pm to 7:00pm, Staten Island
Location:

Staten Island Technical High School

Registration

http://sgiz.mobi/s3/HS-Admissions-Workshops

You don't need to register to attend, but they'd like to know how many people to expect.

Jul 15
Workshop

Learn the Basics of Beekeeping and Butterfly I.D.!

Curious about conservation, pollinators, and urban gardens? Join us on Monday!

5:30pm, Midtown Manhattan

Location: 424 W 54th St, New York, NY 10019

Join Citizens Committee for New York City for a training on working with honeybees + identifying and collecting data on butterflies. You will learn the fundamentals of starting and maintaining a honeybee hive as well as protecting butterflies and starting your own citizen science project. With your help, we will create a healthier environment for these primary pollinators to thrive in our city. This workshop is made possible through a grant from ConEdison. 5:30PM

RSVP is required.

To register, please contact Katie: kgrassle@citizensnyc.org or 212-822-9567

Please include your name, email address, and a phone number where we can contact you. 

Jul 28
Event

Harlem Week 2019!

Make your way uptown for a month-long celebration of one of NYC's most vibrant and historic communities!

12:00pm to 6:00pm, Harlem

Please visit https://harlemweek.com for more details and a full schedule of events.

Jul 31
Event

Public Hearing of the New York State Complete Count Commission

Learn about how to help New Yorkers be fully counted and represented in the 2020 census!

6:00pm, Brooklyn

Location: Brooklyn Borough Hall - 209 Joralemon St., Brooklyn, NY 11201

The NYS Complete Count Commission will hold a public hearing on plans for the upcoming 2020 Census. The hearing is open to the public and media. Public testimony will be heard during the hearing on a first-come, first-served basis. Each public speaker’s comments will be limited to three (3) minutes.

Free and open to the public. No RSVP is required.

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