EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT AT 7PM & SATURDAY MORNING AT 9AM FOR MAT PILATES WITH LIZZY!
PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN MAT. JL WELLNESS LOWER LEVEL.
ABOUT LIZZY: Elizabeth comes from a life long-long pursuit of fitness and Holistic Nutrition. Her professional career as a full-time production Fit Model led her to her true passion, functional movement and Nutrition. After discovering the positive effects that proper nutrition, Yoga, Pilates, and Fascia release had on keeping her body balanced, she decided to become a Health Coach and Fitness instructor. Elizabeth likes to fuse yoga, circuit training, and fascia release into her Pilates class for a balanced mind/body workout and unique experience. She is certified in Vinyasa Yoga, Basi certified for Pilates, and an IIN garduate. When not teaching or Fitting you can see her walking her Beagle/Pitbull Darla around Clinton Hill or shopping local Farmers Markets or Health Food stores for new products and recipes.
JILL LINDSEY will be serving up tea's for an amazing event: Storytime With Passerbuys will feature readings by authors Natasha Stagg, Alexandra Kleeman and Barbara Browning in the thoughtfully designed space of the Passerbuys Lounge, presented by west elm at Canal Street Market. Inspired by the tradition of gathering around in pajamas for “bedtime stories,” we’ll be serving cookies from passerby-recommended Abigail's Bakeshop for guests to enjoy while listening to these three contemporary female writers tell stories that are sharp, clever, humorous, and inspiring.
Saturday April 15 from 3-5 at Canal Street Market
RSVP in the link below
GET OFF THOSE TINDER AND BUMBLE APPS FOR A NIGHT AND COME MEET SOME NEW PEOPLE AND LOOK FOR LOVE!
SINGLE MEN AND WOMEN AGES FROM 25-40 JOIN US IN A FUN, EASY, ACTIVITY BASED DATING PARTY! LET’S MAKE DATING FUN AGAIN! XO!
6-8 $15 and your 1st drink is included.
Civics 101 Happy Hour
Wednesday April 26, 7-9pm
At a moment when it feels like more of us want to engage in influencing the decisions that are made in this country, we thought this would be a great time to brush up on the ‘basics’.
Join us for an interactive discussion, which will likely cover an overview of the founding ideals of American society, identify problems in our communities where America is not living up to those ideas, and seek to solve those problems with political action. We will look at how you shape your individual role in the larger purpose of creating a more just society. In order to do this we will – among other things - go over what are the rights and responsibilities of citizens or people living and working here? How does voting work and why is it important? How can you most effectively influence decision-makers? How would you run for office, if you are thinking about it?
Yom Odamtten Fox will be our resident civics expert tonight. Yom is a high school history teacher and Global Initiatives Director at The Dalton School, where she specializes World History and local and global civics. Recent long term projects with her students have included in depth study of Alexander Hamilton and a series on global development and service learning using the UN's Sustainable Development Goals as a lens towards civic participation, adopted by all member states in 2015.
Erica Carroll has spent much of her adult life working on international development issues such as economic justice, climate justice and gender equality, and for the last four years has been working in diplomacy at the United Nations. Her passion for and desire to learn more about US domestic political and social issues led her to organize this event.
This event is free, but please RSVP if you plan to attend so we can plan for your arrival!