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MONDAY, APRIL 1


Community Environmental Center EcoHouse – 10am-5pm. This mobile, free, environmental education exhibit will be at storm-damaged Inwood Hill Park through April 5. It is an ideal experience for both youngsters and their parents. Central Park entrance at 218th St and Indian Rd, Inwood Hill Park, New York, NY 10019. KGloede@Cecenter.org or NYCGovParks.org.


TUESDAY, APRIL 2


GreenThumb Seed Giveaway – 10am-6pm. Pick up vegetable, fruit, flower and herb seeds for the upcom- ing season! For registered GreenThumb gardens only. Green Thumb Office, 49 Chambers St, New York, NY 10007. 212-788-8070 or GreenThumbNYC.org.


WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3


Kundalini Yoga – 10:30am. Kundalini Yoga is known as the “yoga of awareness” that combines techniques of mantra, pranayama, asana, mudra and bandha in order to safely and quickly awaken the Kundalini energy at the base of the spine, thereby increasing wellness and expanding intuition. Sonic Yoga, 754 9th


Ave, New York, NY 10019. 212-397-6344 or SonicYoga.com.


THURSDAY, APRIL 4 Introduction to New Thought – Science of Mind – 6:30-9pm. This course will offer an entry into the New Thought study of Science of Mind. Each week, discover and use the “creative process” as well as powerful and practical tools to “change your think- ing, change your life.” One Spirit Interfaith, 247 W 36th St, 6th Floor, New York, NY 10018. 212-931- 6840 or OneSpiritInterfaith.org.


FRIDAY, APRIL 5


Mom and Baby Yoga – 12:30-1:30pm. This class is a free trial and is beneficial for all new moms – get back in shape while strengthening the bond between you and your infant! Karma Kids Yoga’s Magical Studio, 104 W 14th


St, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10011. 646-638-1444 or KarmaKidsYoga.com.


SATURDAY, APRIL 6 Bagel Bark – 7:30-9am. Get to know fellow dog lovers while enjoying bagels, pastries, and coffee during off-leash hours. Free. The Mall in Central Park, New York, NY. 212-628-1036 x26, Cgreen- leaf@CentralParkNYC.org or NYCGovParks.org.


SUNDAY, APRIL 7


Christian Wiman: An Afternoon of Poetry and Conversation – 2-4pm. The program begins with selected readings of this award-winning poet’s work. Following will be a discussion with David Rottman (president of the Jung Foundation) that includes his view of the role of poetry as “enlarging and refining contemporary consciousness.” C.G. Jung Foundation, 28 E 39th


St, New York, NY 10016. 212-697-6430 or CGJungNY.org. MONDAY, APRIL 8


Taichi Chuan Class – 12-1pm. Eleanor Yung facilitates this class. Namaste Bookshop, 2 W 14th


NY 10011. 212-645-0141 or NamasteBookshop.com.


TUESDAY, APRIL 9 New Moon Meeting for Planetary Healing – 7pm. All are welcome, by donation. Next door to Quest Bookshop, 240 E 53rd


St, New York, NY 10022. 212-758-5521 or QuestBookshop.com.


markyourcalendar APRIL 10-15 FIND JOY!


Learn Angelically Guided Energy Healing For Life Purpose


“This is the best class I have ever taken. I don’t just mean the best class in energy healing, or even the best class about spirituality. I mean the best class I have ever taken on any topic. Period.” Patrick McManus, LMT, FL


Three ways to learn:


Distance Modules—any time, from anywhere Webinar—see class schedule, from anywhere In Person—see schedules for Boston, Tampa


941-238-8488 www.LightworkersHealingMethod.com WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10


Hey Baby: Empowering Women Through Fashion – 7pm. Fashion luminary Norma Kamali believes that sharing stories is the key to aware- ness. Join some of the women considered the most beautiful in the world in an open discussion as they share their stories on self-esteem and image issues. Norma feels strongly that fitness and health result in beauty, and her work through her wellness café is another layer of information to empower women. 92Y Tribeca Mainstage, 200 Hudson St, New York, NY 10013. 212-415-5500 or 92Ytribeca.com.


THURSDAY, APRIL 11


Garden Crew Training Session – 4-6:30pm. The ornamental and native plantings around Sherman Creek and Swindler Cove need constant care—from watering to weeding, planting to dead-heading, there is always work to be done. Help maintain the Sherman Creek Gardens and join our Garden Crew on Thursday evenings this spring through fall. This training session will cover basic horticultural practices, pruning and weed identification. Swindler Cove Park, Dyckman St and 10th Ave, New York, NY 10034. 917-291-6436, Volunteer@nyrp.org or NYCGovParks.org.


what we all have in common. ~Wendell Berry


The Earth is natural awakenings April 2013 27 St, New York,


FRIDAY, APRIL 12


Lower East Gallery Tour – 2pm. Thomas Beachdel leads this tour to some of the most exciting artistic activity in New York, happening now in Lower East Side galleries. The galleries are showing some of the most relevant emerging artists as well as many seasoned practitioners. The energy here is very “downtown” and this arts scene has the feeling of SoHo in the 80s. Sponsored by 92Y Tribeca. Meet at the corner of Orchard and Broome Sts, New York, NY. 212-415-5500 or 92YTribeca.com.


SATURDAY, APRIL 13


Mighty Mutts and Ollie’s Place Pet Adoption Drives – 11:30am-5pm, Saturdays (weather permit- ting) for Mighty Mutts (dogs); 5-8pm Mon-Thurs and 12-5pm Sat-Sun for Ollie’s Place (cats). Ollie’s Place is open daily. Dogs are kept by foster families during the week to prepare them to live in a “real home” full of love and care. Ollie’s Place works diligently to keep the cats healthy and happy in their relaxed, open adoption center. Mighty Mutts, Petco – Union Square, 860 Broadway, New York, NY 10003 and SW corner of Union Square Park (14th


Ollie’s Place, 430 E 9th St, New York, NY 10009 (9th St between Ave A and 1st Ave, East Village). Info@mightymutts.org, Olliescats@gmail.com, or Mightymutts.org.


St and Union Square W, New York, NY 10003.


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