Dancing Dream, ABBA tribute band, will be singing at Snug on Sunday, June 24 at around 3 p.m. The event spans noon to 8 p.m. with lots of festive Polish food, dance and beer in between. It’s truly a sweet event each year. Bring a blanket and $10 for admission which gets you in the door and ready for a great cultural event.
FREE with museum admission
Join us as we transform the museum into a giant interactive science fair!
Hands-on workshops, drop-in presentations, and scheduled lectures take place throughout the museum. Local experts, enthusiasts, hobbyists, and professionals share their particular passions, ranging from activities that require highly specialized skills to those anyone can do. Celebrate our community’s know-how, learn something new, and help protect the only world we have.
Schedule coming soon!
Move Your Body Meet Your Neighbors Weekend Walks Street Festival – RAIN or SHINE EVENT
Saturday, April 27, 2019
Oakland Avenue to Davis Avenue
FREE All Day Activities—Community Participant Mural, Skelzie, Hop Scotch, Life Size Chess & Jenga, Maker Park Radio, Live Art, Puppy & Rabbit Adoption Pen & More!!
12:30pm to 4:30pm – Magician, Balloon Sculptor, Caricature
12pm—Roller Skating Demo/ Yoga Flow
1pm—Skateboard Demo/ Face Painting
2pm—Hair Braiding & Candle Making Workshop
4pm—Dance Party & Unwind
5pm—END of Move Your Body Meet Your Neighbors Weekend Walks
Come Meet the Merchants on Castleton Avenue.
Taking your neighborhood to the streets.
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The Official New York State Cook-Off for the International Chili Society (ICS). Includes chili sampling, judging, cash prizes, amusements, and live entertainment. Winners chosen from Historic Richmond Town will go to the world championships!
The rivalry is real. The competition heated. Teams may dress as cowboys, some wear funny hats, and some have wacky names, but the competition is serious business as the region’s best chili-heads take to the bridges to battle the top cooks of New York at the ninth annual NYC Chili Cookoff at Historic Richmond Town.
Chiliheads are quick to say that chili is a cuisine of the people. And the judging reflects that philosophy. The International Chili Society (ICS) recommends skipping professional judges and stacking the judges’ table with community members who appreciate good food. As the one and only cookoff in New York City that’s sanctioned by the International Chili Society, the competition entries and the judging can be hotter than the spices.
Visit with live costumed-interpreters inside the historic buildings for a day filled with family fun!
– General Store: participate in a museum scavenger hunt for food preparation items of the 1800s.
– Carpenter Shop: demo of wooden ware from the family farm.
– Tinsmith Shop: visit with a master tinsmith and view household items cooking implements made of tin.
– Stephens-Black House Kitchen: Coleslaw demo and sampling.
Coming soon – Save the Date!
EARTH DAY AND ARTS FESTIVAL CELEBRATING COMMUNITY, THE POWER OF PEACE… and Dragons!
at Tompkinsville Park near the Staten Island Ferry
AN ALL- VOLUNTEER LABOR OF LOVE
“Resiliency through Sharing; Cooperation; Creative invention; Forgiveness; Working together to resolve conflicts; Discovering our commonality; “Enemies” become Allies. Showing up and joining in!”
Dragon Parade; Music Stage; Spoken Word Garden; PEACE POLE CEREMONY; Earth Day Elementals; Dragon Dancers; SICCS Cheerleaders and Honors Dancers; Marching Band; Yoga Moment; Dance; Music performers and bands; Comedy; THE LORAX; Poets and Writers; OPEN MIC; Free Bike Repair; Ask the Answer Men; Free Face-painting; Eric Garner Memorial; SI Info; Art Around the Park; NYC Compost Project; Grow NYC Greenmarket; Urban Park Rangers; Wandering Minstrals; Guerilla Dance happenings; and MORE
Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day is back and this year we are celebrating at Staten Island Makerspace located at 450 Front Street, Staten Island, NY 10304.
As the official site host in New York City, participants will have the opportunity to learn about the ancient image-making process and join photographers around the world in making pinhole photographs as part of this international event that promotes and celebrates the art of pinhole photography.
The Alice Austen House and Staten Island Makerspace will host an afternoon of photographic activities and will provide materials, darkroom facilities and offer professional guidance from photographers. Each participant may take one pinhole photograph for FREE. Additional exposures can be purchased for $5.00. Participants will process their photographs in a “pop-up” darkroom. Cameras will be provided but we encourage participants to bring their own pinhole cameras as well.
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 718-816-4506
ADMISSION: $2.00 PER PERSON
The Women’s Auxiliary of the Staten Island Historical Society will hold its Annual Yankee Peddler Day in the main parking lot on Sunday, May 5, 2019. The Market will feature dealers, antiques, collectibles, arts and crafts and newly manufactured and packaged items. The Market is open to the public from 9:30am-3:30pm.
This year, we are happy to have Gary Petterson of Victorian Bros. and his associate on hand for verbal appraisals for a fee of $5.00 per item (limited to 3 items per household).
Shop the beautiful wares at this year’s springtime Designing Women Market and celebrate the Center for Women’s History at the New-York Historical Society. The NYHistory Store will host talented women designers, entrepreneurs, and makers, who’ll be offering everything from Victorian-inspired jewelry to embroidered silk jackets to Tiffany-pattern scarves. There’ll be Member discounts, giveaways, and a raffle, and it’s free to the public. See you there!
ABOUT THE EVENT
Free to attend the market and watch “We Rise.” Does not include general Museum Admission. Guests who spend more than $25 at the market get 2 for 1 admission to the Museum!
BONUS TO GUESTS!
Visitors to the market have FREE access to watch our film “We Rise,” narrated by Meryl Streep and featuring the song “We Are Here” written and composed by Alicia Keys.
Meet this year’s Makers: https://shop.nyhistory.org/pages/meet-our-spring-2019-designers
Learn More: https://shop.nyhistory.org/pages/spring-annual-designing-women-market