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Naja dancing
Singing Sadie and Al Duval
Red Rogue
Erica Banks and Franeika
Bryan and Marcy, Songs of Love and Protest
ZeroBoy
Crossfire Guitar Ensemble
PHOTOS BY JIM FULL

 

MAY

FEATURED ARTIST:   
DOUG SCHWAB : PORTRAITS IN PALLADIUM
 

         Performance events: suggested donation of $5

     Most performance events are live-streamed! Click to the Neighborhood Stage.

WEDNESDAY
AUGUST 3
 
7pm MEET-UP: Staten Islanders Against Racism and Police Brutality
THURSDAY
AUGUST 4
  Singer ALAN SHORT
7pm

MUSIC: SINGER ALAN SHORT
Alan Short performs traditional and mostly nautical folk music in a powerful and rousing acappella style. ‘Infected’ by folk music from early childhood and never cured, with a few side tracks into rock, choral, and new age, his heart and soul is now firmly entrenched in the music of those who sailed the oceans, after all, what’s not to like about songs of sex, death and alcohol, with an occasional spate of cannibalism?

FRIDAY
AUGUST 5
7pm
7pm

MOVIE: "BAREFOOT GEN" Peace Action Staten Island presents this film about an experience of Hiroshima destruction by US Atomic Bomb in 1945.
Discussion follows the screening.

Barefoot Gen is a Japanese manga series by Keiji Nakazawa. Loosely based on Nakazawa's own experiences as a Hiroshima survivor, the series begins in 1945 in and around Hiroshima, Japan, where the six-year-old boy Gen Nakaoka lives with his family.

85 minutes

"Wheat pushes its shoots up through the winter frost, only to be stepped on again and again. The trampled wheat sends strong roots into the earth, endures frost, wind and snow, and grows tall... and one day bears fruit."
Daikichi Nakaoka

 

SATURDAY
AUGUST 6
 
7:30

MUSIC: SIAMS presents BEATLES' REVOLVER TRIBUTE
One of the most powerful and influencial albums by the great music group The Beatles is now FIFTY YEARS OLD, and will be presented by the Staten Island Music Society, local bands Allergic to B's and the Staten Island Snugs and special guests will be playing all the songs in album order. Elle LaFarge will tell Beatles and Revolver factoids between songs amidst a slideshow of related imagery gathered by Rob Landsman.

THURSDAY
AUGUST 11
 
7pm MEET-UP: DYSLEXIA Meet-Up
FRIDAY
AUGUST 12
 
 

S.I. OutLOUD! presents Paul Zindel's RATS
Zindel, a Pulitzer Prize winner, lived on SI and taught at Tottenville High School.
FIRST SENTENCE:
"His first day back from the Fourth of July vacation, Leroy Sabiesiak knew he'd get some good target practice with the rats in Area 17."

Rats: A good example of a horror novel for older students!
Paul Zindel's novel "Rats" is a gruesome, horrific, grisly story about killer rats. They are larger than normal sized rats, because of a chemical reaction at a landfill containing a buildup of methane gas underground. It is up to 15- year ol sarah Macafee and her 10- year old brother Michael to stop them. Zindel who is more widely known for his book "The Pigman", takes this novel to new heights and dimensions. The story is a nightmarish thriller that depicts gigantic rodents graphically devouring people. This book leaves nothing to the imagination! There is endless carnage page after page of gruesome details, numerous descriptions of bodily dismemberment, and jolts of horror. Zindel's style is fast paced and takes the reader on a roller coaster ride of horror. There is never a dull moment in this book. The plot is full of spine tingling, stomach-churning action. This book is a great motivator to get older students to read, adolescent readers will not be able to put this book down. This book is appropriate for children who are 11-14 years of age. This book IS NOT RECOMMENDED FOR YOUNG CHILDREN AT ALL!! Teachers or parents may dislike this book, but students/teenagers (especially boys) will love it.

SATURDAY
AUGUST 13
SECOND SATURDAY ART WALK
RECEPTION WITH ARTIST: Photographer DOUG SCHWAB
 
5pm PORTRAITS IN PALLADIUM by Doug Schwab
 
8pm MUSIC: SI SONGWRITERS CIRCLE hosted by JIM INDELL
A community of Staten Island Singer/songwriters who mutually support each others creative process and promote the art of songwriting. This night is a showcase of original material by participants. Great talent in this network.


SUNDAY
AUGUST 14

 

 
2:30 MEET-UP: MYSTIC ORDER OF THE SPINNING TOP - TAROT CLUB
WEDNESDAY
AUGUST 17
 
7pm MEET-UP: Staten Islanders Against Racism and Police Brutality

THURSDAY
AUGUST 18

 
5-7 YOUTH SOLIDARITY HOUR
A fun teen happy hour for high school students to meet and greet and re-introduce for the coming fall season. First 20 teens get free beverage or book. Featuring a musical performance!  Hosted by Tammy Greer-Brown

SATURDAY
AUGUST 20

 
8pm FULL MOON DRUM CIRCLE
hosted by ASHLEY SANTANGELO
SUNDAY
AUGUST 21
12:30

MEET-UP:
SILVERLAKE FLUTE CIRCLE
  Join Gera Clark for this meet-up around the joy of air-based music making. Bring your favorite instrument and join the play and discussion among friends.

 
2pm MEET-UP:
STATEN ISLAND SONGWRITERS' CIRCLE
Anyone interested in creating original music is welcome to join us. Come and meet others who are interested in the creative process. Exchange ideas and pick up a few tips. The SISC is an informal group that meets the 3rd Sunday of the month, usually here at ETG but sometimes elsewhere. Check their facebook page for more info
FRIDAY
AUGUST 26
 
7:30

JAZZ MUSIC: TiPPLE featuring Frode Gjerstad (sax & clarinet), David Watson (electric guitar) and Kevin Norton (drums, vibes, percussion) - "With great dynamic and discourse the trio show their masterful skill in a variety of approaches to free improvisation, engaging the listener at every twist and turn." LINK TO "DAPPLE" by Tipple

SATURNDAY
AUGUST 27
 
3pm BOOK: ¡NO WAY, JOSÉ!: FIGHTING FIRES" is a dual-language Spanish/English children’s book, the first in a planned series featuring José Alvarez, a fresh and cunning child who is always armed with his skateboard and an insatiable thirst for adventure. This event will feature a reading of the book in both English and Spanish by author Scott Wagner and illustrator Mike Young, an opportunity to play the ¡NoWayJosé! card game, and a chance to purchase a copy of ¡NoWayJosé!: Fighting Fires.

 
7pm OPEN MIC: ETG OPEN MIC
SUNDAY
AUGUST 28
 
2:30 MEET-UP: MYSTIC ORDER OF THE SPINNING TOP - TAROT CLUB
TUESDAY
AUGUST 30
 
7:30 MUSIC: KIRTAN
Call-and-response mash-up style participatory singing with the ETG KIRTAN BAND and led by Aurora on the harmonium working with English language lyrics derived from A Course In Miracles and other metaphysical texts.
WEDNESDAY
AUGUST 31
 
7pm MEET-UP: Staten Islanders Against Racism and Police Brutality

MAY

FEATURED ARTIST:   
BEYOND THE BODIES : GROUP SHOW THURS Sept 8th

 

Performance events ask a suggested contribution of $5

Most performance events are live-streamed! Click to the Neighborhood Stage.

FRIDAY
SEPT 2
 
7pm

MUSIC: STORY SONGS with ARTIE KOENIG & ANDREW CADDELL  
Golden singer with the twelve-string guitar Koenig shares the bill with Andrew Caddell and they will each play songs with stories to tell.

SATURDAY
SEPT 3
 
8pm

MUSIC: PEACE TRAIN
Great trio plays progressive and peace-related cover songs as unique creative arrangements.

TUESDAY
SEPT 6
7pm MEDITATION AND SPIRITUALITY GROUP with LISA FIORE
  This group offers the opportunity to learn about the benefit of practicing meditation, it being the tool to connect with Spirit. Sit among others who are exploring their spirituality and what their life path is.
   The class will be offered on September 6 and 13 at 7:00 pm and will end by 8:30 pm. The fee is $15.00.


WEDNESDAY
SEPT 7

 
7:30 PEACEABLE ASSEMBLY
hosted by RICH FLORENTINO
We'll discuss the most controversial issues of the day -- peaceably.

THURSDAY
SEPT 8

 
7pm MEET-UP: DYSLEXIA
The Society of Dyslexia shines light on creative brilliance
 
7pm ART: JOURNEY BEYOND THE BODIES Special fun to celebrate this group show of paintings generated by the spiritual painting workshop series JOURNEY BEYOND THE BODIES led by Rosario Lopez and David Kunin
FRIDAY
SEPT 9
 
7:30

MUSIC: "LOVE DURING CHAOS" - VINCE VOK AND FRIENDS 

FRIDAY
SEPT 10
8pm
8pm WORD: NY STORYTELLING FESTIVAL 
Everyone has a story. Come out for an entertaining evening of folk tales. legends, ghost stories and personal tales told by some of NEW YORK 's best storytellers. Lots of fun. laughs and heartfelt moments.Come early and maybe even tell your story.
 

SUNDAY
SEPT 11
 
 

SECRET HISTORY: 9-11 

TUESDAY
SEPT 13
7pm MEDITATION AND SPIRITUALITY GROUP with LISA FIORE
  This group offers the opportunity to learn about the benefit of practicing meditation, it being the tool to connect with Spirit. Sit among others who are exploring their spirituality and what their life path is.
   The class will be offered on September 6 and 13 at 7:00 pm and will end by 8:30 pm. The fee is $15.00.


WEDNESDAY
SEPT 14
 
7pm MEET-UP: Staten Islanders Against Racism and Police Brutality
FRIDAY
SEPT 16
 
5-7 YOUTH SOLIDARITY HOUR
A fun teen happy hour for high school students to meet and greet and re-introduce for the coming fall season. First 20 teens get free beverage or book.  Hosted by Tammy Greer-Brown
 
8pm

MUSIC: THE HEARTLESS ARTICHOKES AntiFolk Poet Songwriter
MUSIC: MYSTIC MONTAGE Cinematic Mind Manifestation Music and Film

SATURDAY
SEPT 17
 
7:30 MUSIC: SIAMS presents LIONS TIGERS AND BEARS

SUNDAY
SEPT 18

 

12:30

MEET-UP:
SILVERLAKE FLUTE CIRCLE

 
2pm MEET-UP:
STATEN ISLAND SONGWRITERS' CIRCLE
Anyone interested in creating original music is welcome to join us. Come and meet others who are interested in the creative process. Exchange ideas and pick up a few tips. The SISC is an informal group that meets the 3rd Sunday of the month, usually here at ETG but sometimes elsewhere. Check their facebook page for more info

TUESDAY
SEPT 20

 
6pm

THE ARTIST'S WAY WORKSHOP WITH MUSIC
hosted by JACLYN SHAW

The Artist’s Way is one of the bestselling gift books of all time. It has many useful tools in it that help to lift the shame we experience as we live on the artistic path. The processes in the book help to rekindle our relationship with ourselves and promote individuality as we seek our own unique path.

We will be doing bi weekly workshops for it's 12 step program for unblocking artists. Purchase the book and engage in our titlating discussions.

Purchase book here:
http:// juliacameronlive.com/ books-by-julia/

FRIDAY
SEPT 23
 
7pm

MUSIC: HARRY OPPENHEIMER APPALACIAN MOUNTAIN DULCIMER
MUSIC: ARTIE KOENIG SONGS OF LIFE

SATURNDAY
SEPT 24
     >>WEST FEST FOLK FESTIVAL IN WESTERLEIGH PARK<<
 
7pm OPEN MIC: ETG OPEN MIC
SUNDAY
SEPT 25
 
2:30 MEET-UP: MYSTIC ORDER OF THE SPINNING TOP - TAROT CLUB
TUESDAY
SEPT 27
 
7pm MUSIC: KIRTAN
Call-and-response mash-up style participatory singing with the ETG KIRTAN BAND and led by Aurora on the harmonium working with English language lyrics derived from A Course In Miracles and other metaphysical texts.
WEDNESDAY
SEPT 28
 
7pm MEET-UP: Staten Islanders Against Racism and Police Brutality
FRIDAY
SEPT 30
 
8pm MUSIC: SABOR and the AFRO-LATINEERS!!
This great band from Brooklyn rocked the St George Day Festival back in April and we are so glad to have their fabulous jams here on the Neighborhod Stage. Come on over and support!  WEBSITE



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