August and September Programs

A few of our August programs still have spaces left, and we’re sharing a few limited-capacity September programs early to ensure you have time to reserve a spot.

On This Spot NYC: Stories of Pioneering Women Artists in Greenwich Village — tomorrow, Thursday, August 10 at 6pm, Zoom webinar
Wrecking Ball: How Government Shaped New York’s Defining Preservation Battles — Wednesday, August 16 at 6pm, in person at Jefferson Market Library, Village Preservation Executive Director Andrew Berman in conversation with lawyer, urbanist, and historian Adrian Untermyer 
Book Talk: Swimming to Jerusalem with Author Seth Bornstein — Tuesday, August 22 at 6pm at Hudson Park Library, the author shares his new book, partly inspired by his years on Grove Street
Spotlight on the East Village: Author Ada Calhoun speaking about her acclaimed books Also a Poet and St. Mark’s Is Dead — Wednesday, September 6 at 6:30pm in person 
To Be Heard in Print: Black Gay Writers in 1980s New York — Thursday, September 14 at 6pm, Zoom webinar with Kevin McGruder, PhD
The 2nd Birthplace Afternoon Walking Tour (Hip-Hop at 50) – Afternoon Tour (very limited capacity) — Friday, September 22 at 3pm

The 2nd Birthplace Evening Walking Tour (Hip-Hop at 50) – Evening Tour (very limited capacity) — Friday, September Sept. 22 at 6pm

August 9, 2023