'Holocaust: What Hate Can Do' Charity Auction and Exhibition: How to Spend a Weekend in New York (July 15-17)

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The Holocaust: What Hate Can Do Charity Auction and Exhibition: How to Spend a Weekend in New York York (July 15-17)

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What: Rollerdrome in Central Park< /b>

When: Friday-Sunday, July 15-17

Where:Wollman Rink, 830 5th Ave, New York, NY 10065

Read more: Visit the new immersive, musical and theatrical rollercoaster in Central Park. You can not only go rollerblading, but also take part in various programs, theatrical performances with incendiary DJs and special guests. During the day you will find open sessions of skiing, and food and drinks throughout the park.

Price: $10-30

 

What: The Dawn of a New Era Exhibition

When: Friday-Sunday, July 15-17

Where: Whitney Museum of American Art 99 Gansevoort Street New York, NY 10014

More:The Early 20th Century American Modernism Exhibition showcases art born between 1900 and 1930 with the help of well-known American modernists. Now they are almost forgotten by equally innovative colleagues. The exhibition explores how American artists developed their ways of using various European styles and how they used them to subjectively express themselves in the realities of their time.

Price: $0 -25

 

What: The exhibition “The Holocaust: What Hatred Can Do”

The Holocaust: What Hate Can Do Charity Auction and Exhibition: How to Spend a Weekend in New York (15 -17 July)

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When: Friday-Sunday, July 15-17

Where: Museum of Jewish Heritage, 36 Battery Pl, New York, NY 10280

More: What Hate Can Do” is a new exhibition at the Jewish Heritage Museum featuring over 750 original items and testimonies from survivors from their own collection.

In an effort to educate people of all ages and walks of life about the horrific events that led to the Holocaust, the exhibit draws on items donated by Holocaust survivors and their families, many of whom live in New York City and surrounding areas.

< p>Cost: $0-8

 

What: Harlem Bazar

When: Friday, July 15 at 3pm

Where: Adam Clayton Powell Jr State Office Building 163 West 125th Street New York, NY 10027

More: Harlem Bazar takes place every month in the heart of New York. It brings together artists, merchants, creators, inventors, designers and visionaries in one place. The most amazing dishes, the hottest products, incredibly crafted items, as well as art, fresh design and more await you. Harlem Bazar is New York's largest arts and culture fair.

Price: Free

 

What : Charity Auction

When:Friday, July 15, from 19:00

Where: G Gallery 404 Broadway New York, NY 10013

More: New York City is home to the largest Ukrainian community in the United States, and the Russian invasion of Ukraine has united them to fight for the sovereignty of a peaceful nation.

G Gallery is hosting a charity art auction of paintings by a group of contemporary artists with a limited edition of artworks to help victims of the war in Ukraine.

The purpose of the event is to draw the attention of the world community to the events taking place in Ukraine and raise money for the Nova Ukraine Association, which works specifically in support of the Ukrainian people.

Price: Free

 

What: Farmers Market

When: Sunday 17 July, from 09:00

Where: Westfield Garden State Plaza 1 Garden State Plaza Paramus, NJ 07652

More: Every Sunday, Westfield Garden State Plaza hosts one of the largest farmers' markets in the city. Here you will find a large selection of fresh products from local vendors, as well as unique items created by artisans. In addition, entertainment, delicious treats and drinks await guests.

Price: Free

 

What: < /b>Exhibition dedicated to Ukraine

The Holocaust: What Hate Can Do Charity Auction and Exhibition: How to Spend a Weekend in New York (15 -17 July)

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When: Sunday, July 17, from 15: 00

Where: Art+Ray Color Hair Salon & Art Gallery 305 East 9th Street New York, NY 10003

More:This art exhibition is designed to support efforts to help Ukraine and all victims of the ongoing crisis in the country. Ukraine has been torn from war for several months now. Millions of people were forced to leave their homes, many lost their loved ones. This exhibition is one of the ways to express your support for Ukraine.

Price: Free

 

Dear readers! Please note that due to the coronavirus epidemic, some events may be canceled or rescheduled to other dates. Therefore, before visiting, we recommend checking the information on the websites of the organizers.

But we have collected a lot of interesting online events for you:

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In addition, interesting Look for events for each day of the week in our calendar. Come, learn, share with friends. Before visiting, check the organizers' websites for details and venues, as they may change.

Keep us updated on what's happening in your city. Send information about events for the Russian-speaking diaspora to [email protected]

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