Out & About

| 17 Mar 2016 | 05:42

    Thu 24

    a Lost Greenwich VillageJefferson Market Library, 425 Sixth Ave.

    6:30 p.m.-8 p.m. Free

    Vivian Gornick and Sarah Schulman, chroniclers of an ever-changing New York City, join for a conversation on writing and reading New York on the occasion of the release of Schulman’s new novel, “The Cosmopolitans.”

    212-475-9585. www.gvshp.org/_gvshp/events/upcoming.htm#riis

    Tiny Poets TimePoets House, 10 River Terrace

    10 a.m.-Noon. Free

    Poetry reading for toddlers.

    212-431-7920. www.poetshouse.org/programs-and-events/calendar/month

    Fri 25

    And Now Mozart Igudesman & JooSkirball Center for the Performing Arts, 566 LaGuardia Place

    8 p.m. $25-$65; NYU students, $15

    Violinist Aleksey Igudesman and pianist Richard Hyung-ki Joo send-up everyone from Beethoven to Rachmaninoff.

    212-998-4941. www.events.nyu.edu/#event_id/65291/view/event

    Pixar ShortsSeward Park Library, 192 East Broadway

    3:30 p.m. Free

    A new collection of short films, featuring multiple Academy Award nominees and a host of family favorites.


    Sat 26

    Art Gallery Tour195 Chrystie St., at Stanton St.

    1 p.m. $25

    A visit of seven art galleries in the downtown center for contemporary art.

    212-946-1548. www.nygallerytours.com

    Comedy Outliers18 Murray St.

    7 p.m.-9 p.m. $12; advanced, $8

    Hosted by Brandon Collins and Mike Brown, and featuring Comics who have appeared on MTV, Comedy Central, VH1, CollegeHumor, Late Night with David Letterman and much more.

    347-774-0292. www.comedyoutliers.tumblr.com

    Sun 27

    Easter Festival ServiceSt. Peter’s Chelsea, 346 West 20th St.


    Two award-winning musicians, a vocalist and trumpeter, will put on a special Easter performance at this independent, lay-led and non-denominational Christian church.


    Last Showing of Flamenco Santa FeJoyce Theater, 175 Eighth Ave.

    2 p.m. Tickets start at $10, available online.

    Dancer and director Juan Siddi infuses his choreography with his artistic roots in Barcelona and Granada, Spain, combining the traditional and contemporary in Flamenco.


    Mon 28

    ‘Trifles’ — A Staged Radio ReadingBorough of Manhattan Community College, Room F1014

    2:30 p.m.-3:45 p.m. Free.

    This is a live performance of the radio version of Susan Glaspell’s one-act play, which was first performed 100 years ago.


    Wanted: Future Scientists!Seward Park Library, 192 East Broadway

    4 p.m. Free

    Explore the world of science through project-based learning and scientific experiments. Any children ages 5-12 can join us for science experiments. Registration required.


    Tue 29

    Ted WigginsThe New School, 2 West 13th St., Room M101

    7 p.m.-9 p.m. Free

    The filmmaker and software developer will discuss tricks of perception used by 20th century experimental filmmakers, their evocative potential and impact on contemporary independent animation.


    Nova Ren Suma McNally Jackson Books, 52 Prince St.

    7 p.m. Free

    Nova Ren Suma in conversation with Courtney Summers, author of “All the Rage.”


    Wed 30

    Centering Black Women: Race in the Woman’s Suffrage MovementNYC Department of Records Visitor Center, 31 Chambers St., Room 112

    6:30 p.m.-8 p.m. Free

    Women’s activism scholar Susan Goodier will discuss the suffrage movement and the place of women of color within it, as we head toward the 2017 centennial of women voting in New York State. Reserve at visitorcenter@records.nyc.gov

    917-749-8797. www.womensactivism.nyc

    ‘Butchery on Bond Street’Hudson Park Library, 66 Leroy St.

    6:30 p.m.-8 p.m. Free

    A lecture and slideshow with author Benjamin Feldman, whose book documents a murder infamous in its day, but was until now long forgotten.