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Get ready for spring and create a cheerful mosaic flower pot.  Adorn your pot with a wonderful assortment of ceramic and china plate pieces.  Class will also cover simple designing, cutting, and grouting techniques.  No experience is necessary  

Schedule : Weekly - Sun 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM; starting 3/18/2018, ending 3/18/2018

Tuition: $75.00

Location : Wishflower Studio Location : 
  Wishflower Studio.

Instructor : Libby Denenberg 



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The Amerigo Trio is one of the most recent major string trios to emerge in the world of chamber music. Former New York Philharmonic Concertmaster Glenn Dicterow formed the Amerigo with violist Karen Dreyfus and cellist Inbal     Segev after their successful collaboration at the Bowdoin International Chamber Music Festival.  In the short time since the group's founding in the summer of 2009, they have been invited to play at some of the most prestigious concert series in the United States.  The Amerigo Trio is named after Amerigo Vespucci, the Italian Explorer.  The trio is committed to the exploration of the riches of the string trio repertoire, both new and old.     

Schedule : Weekly - Sun 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM; starting 3/18/2018, ending 3/18/2018

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Tuition: $40.00

Location : Congregation Emanu-El of Westchester Location : 
  Congregation Emanu-El of Westchester.

Instructor : N.A. 



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On February 1, 1913, the brand-new Grand Central Terminal opened its doors to an admiring public. Several years ago, the beautifully restored Terminal, rescued from destruction by a seminal 1978 Supreme Court decision, celebrated its Centennial, accompanied by exhibitions, events, and a new book, Grand Central Terminal: 100 Years of a New York Landmark. The Terminal’s creation combined engineering bravado (sinking two train yards below ground), technological wizardry (electrifying the trains to eliminate steam and enable their underground functioning), and real-estate savvy (replacing the original street-level train yard with 16 blocks of newly prime Midtown Manhattan real-estate, whose development paid for it all) with innovative planning (interior ramps and looping tracks) and Paris-inspired Beaux-Arts design. This walking tour brings the terminal to life and highlights its remarkable history, stunning architecture, and central role in creating midtown Manhattan.

Schedule : Weekly - Sun 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM; starting 3/25/2018, ending 3/25/2018

Tuition: $50.00

Location : T.B.D. Location : 
  T.B.D..

Instructor : Anthony Robins 



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Enjoy this historical and culinary exploration of Essex Street Market, a centerpiece of Manhattan's Lower East Side community for 77 years.  Once a central shopping area for Jewish and Italian households on the Lower East Side, today the market is home to vendors from more than 10 different countries, including from the Dominican Republic, South Korea, Japan, Morocco, and Mexico.  While tasting delicious foods and meeting with market vendors and hearing their stories, this tour will also explore the past, present, and future of New York City’s public market system, from its beginnings in the 1930s under Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia, to its role today in providing quality food and opportunities for small culinary entrepreneurs to launch their businesses and grow.  This experience will include a food tasting tour that will visit with 5-6 market vendors, from fishmongers and cheesemongers to bakers, coffee roasters, and restaurateurs, and an in-depth specialty olive oil and vinegar tasting and comparison of pure and infused varieties with Saad Bourkadi, owner of Essex Olive & Spice House, whose family has been growing and pressing olives in Fez, Morocco for four generations.  Tastings will be plenty for lunch and may include European and American farmstead cheeses, fresh-baked breads, Mexican tacos, Japanese street food, fresh-squeezed juice, and more.  During the olive oil and vinegar tasting, you will compare three extra virgin olive oils from around the world and how to differentiate between them, as well as olive oils and vinegars that have been infused with ingredients ranging from garlic to blood orange.  Note: Please note that most dietary restrictions can be accommodated on this tour with sufficient advance notice; please notify Registrar@ScarsdaleAdultSchool.org.  

Schedule : Weekly - Sun 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM; starting 4/15/2018, ending 4/15/2018

Tuition: $80.00

Location : T.B.D. Location : 
  T.B.D..

Instructor : Tunstile Tours 



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The Frisson is explosive! A nine-piece chamber ensemble featuring NYC’s finest young classical musicians, Frisson showcases a myriad of rarely-performed masterworks. Listen and enjoy as Frisson expands and contracts into a variety of ensembles, including quintets, sextets, and a small chamber orchestra featuring both winds and strings. The ensemble is debuting in special venues across the United States during the 2017-18 season.      

Schedule : Weekly - Sun 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM; starting 4/22/2018, ending 4/22/2018

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Tuition: $40.00

Location : Congregation Emanu-El of Westchester Location : 
  Congregation Emanu-El of Westchester.

Instructor : N.A. 



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The old Lower East Side comes alive in this walking tour.  Central to the tour is the Jewish neighborhood, whose teeming tenements formed the heart of the most crowded place in the late nineteenth century world, including stops before a gloriously restored historic synagogue and the Jewish-owned bank tower where struggling immigrants built their nest eggs.  We also briefly visit the surrounding wards, marked at the time by gangs, flophouses, homeless newsboys and the noisy, smoke-belching elevated railway, as well as the seventeenth century Jewish cemetery that is the oldest human site in Manhattan.  Along the way, Velona tracks unforgettable photographs by Jacob Riis and others to the exact spots they were taken, portraying the struggles and desperation of immigrant life.  

Schedule : Weekly - Sun 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM; starting 5/6/2018, ending 5/6/2018

Tuition: $50.00

Location : T.B.D. Location : 
  T.B.D..

Instructor : Jess Velona 



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Walk along the waterfront from John Street in Dumbo to Atlantic Avenue near Brooklyn Heights to see new buildings and landscapes in and around Brooklyn Bridge Park.  

Schedule : Weekly - Sun 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM; starting 5/20/2018, ending 5/20/2018

Tuition: $50.00

Location : T.B.D. Location : 
  T.B.D..

Instructor : John Hill 



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Look at recent additions to the campuses of Columbia University and Barnard College in Morningside Heights and then take a sneak peek at Columbia's expansion into Manhattanville.

Schedule : Weekly - Sun 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM; starting 6/10/2018, ending 6/10/2018

Tuition: $50.00

Location : T.B.D. Location : 
  T.B.D..

Instructor : John Hill 



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