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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2
37th Annual 'Brothers Who Cook' Fundraiser
Bringing back to the Queens area a very popular APT fund raising affair. Featuring delicious dishes from the Caribbean, Africa, soul plates and vegetarian delights! Featuring the Bill Jacobs Ensemble,
Saturday, November 2—4pm - -9pm. Admission $25 advance tickets, $30 at door—$15 for children under 12. (includes: food, soft drinks and entertainment)
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8TH
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8
Information Brokers Network—Presents: “Blaze Craze/Open Mic Series” Calling All Poets, Rappers Singers, Community people and Businesses (small, big or self employed) “The Nat Turner Special. “ Friday,November 8, Doors open at 7:330pm. Open Mic & Networking. FREE admission. Light refreshments Call: J. Bayete at 347—476—8812
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10
The Gambia ROOTS Presentation Come watch an exciting 30 minute Video about the Roots festival. Question and answer period about traveling to this West African nation for a festival of Music and tours to Kunte Kinteh Island, the Alex Haley village of Jufferre, and an investment seminar. Sunday, November 10, 3pm—Free!
Art Exhibit Opening “Visual Art In The City, Art Shows” Featuring: An Artist Collective exhibiting multi-media expressions Brent Bailer, Galvin Bisseurap photograph, Rohonda Fleshman, Fredrecia Hartley Acrylic, Keneth smith, James Whitten Acrylic, Maxim Townsend, Broderick Multi-media artist. Exhibit opens Friday, November 15 6:30-9pm and will run for one month. Wine & cheese reception Free admission!
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15
Friday Night AT The Movies
“Natural Security” From Kenya’s coast to its mountains, this film shows how people benefit from their natural ecosystems, both financially & through the supply of water from natural springs, the pollination of food crops by insects, and the maintenance of biodiversity. A 2006 film, 62 films. Discussion will follow film. Friday, November 15, 7:30pm Free admission!
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23
Children's Writers Workshop
For children ages 7 & up. Learn to write and perform Poetry! With Poetry instructor and published Poet, Sheila Carter. A 2 week workshop Saturday, November 23 & Saturday, November 30, 3pm –5pm This is a FREE workshop! To register call: 718-523-3312
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23
Jazz Educational Concert:
Featuring : FAYOLA FAYOLA is a jazzy, neo-soul singer born and raised in Trinidad, West Indies. She is trained in diverse genres of music such as the renowned classics, southern spirituals and contemporary gospel; She acknowledges such inspirations as pioneering Neo-soul artists D’Angelo, Erykah Badu, Jill Scott, Bilal, in addition to, soul divas Anita Baker and Regina Belle among several others in helping to create in her, the unique fusion that she entitles, jazzy-neosoul. Fay Ola debuted her first album “Love Hate and Passion” with an indie label under the production of Joe Wize. she has performed in such places as Brooklyn’s Five Spot, Lower Manhattan’s Bowery Poetry Club and West Village’s Club Groove, Make Music NY, The Shrine, South Oxford Space and most recently at the annual Jamaica Arts and Music Festival; JAMS under the stars. This sultry, soulful young lady is working hard to be one of the most noteworthy artists in the music industry FAYOLA is currentlyworking on a jazz release so jazz lovers should stay tuned.
Saturday, November 23. (8PM-12AM). Tickets $15 (Advance), $17 (At the door)
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28
Annual Thanksgiving Feast
Granville T. Woods, APT & the Rank & File members of Lewis Howard Latimer Progressive Association, House of the Lord Queens Mission and community high schools present their annual community Thanksgiving Feast and clothing distribution. We invite everyone to come out to enjoy a free delicious meal. If you would like to bring a dish or used clothing in good condition (We need coats) call us at 718-523-3312. Thursday, Nov. 28 - 10am – 1pm