Over these past two weeks we have added more shrubs and ground cover throughout our Broadway Malls and in Dante Park (pictured). Our district remains lush and green even as the seasons change.  Thanks to Greenacre Foundation and  Council Member Helen Rosenthal,  the Lincoln Square BID has been able to transform this little neighborhood gem.  Special thanks to  NYC Parks Department  for all of its help in Dante Park, mostly recently in trying to deter rodents and  to A. Bulfamante Landscaping for helping plant and maintain our green spaces. And, of course, we could not have such a successful program without our dedicated beautification supporters

IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD

Hilary Knight's Stage Struck World
at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts
Through Saturday, October 14, works by stage-struck artist and illustrator Hilary Knight will be on display in a comprehensive exhibition at  the  New York Public Library for the Performing Arts   (NYLPA)...
Reporting Conditions to 311 
NYC311, a government and information service, provides the public with quick, easy access to all New York City government services and information. You can contact 311 to check, for instance, if public schools are closed, to make a noise complaint, or to report conditions such as a broken street light, and more. To complement the 311 Call Center, the City has created an NYC311 App component...
Paint & Sip at Raymour & Flanigan
On Thursday, October 5, from 6:00pm to 9:00pm, Raymour & Flanigan is partnering with Thirsty Brushes for a Paint & Sip fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society...
Pure Barre at Columbus Circle
Working out doesn't need to be a boring and solitary experience nor need it be an exclusive one. If you're interested in getting fit, no matter your experience level, and would like a supportive and energetic community while you do it, Pure Barre is an ideal spot to get started...
New to the  Neighborhood: LaserAway
Located at 147 Amsterdam Ave, between West 66th and 67th Streets, LaserAway is a clinic and provider of laser hair removal, laser tattoo removal, and other medical spa services...
Intelligence Squared Debates at Merkin Concert Hall
If you're interested in experiencing live, robust debates, Intelligence Squared U.S. is an an award-winning series which offers a non-partisan platform for polarized viewpoints on topical subject matter within American public discourse...

UPCOMING EVENTS






GOVERNMENT ALERTS

Donate Items to Help Puerto Rico at Assembly Member Linda Rosenthal's Office
In the wake of Hurricane Maria's devastation of Puerto Rico, Assembly Member Linda Rosenthal will  be accepting the following donations for Puerto Rican Relief Efforts at her district office at  230 West 72nd Street, Suite 2F: 
  • menstrual hygiene products
  • diapers
  • baby wipes
  • batteries of all sizes
  • flashlights
  • portable lanterns
  • cases of water
Donations will be accepted Monday through Friday from 10:00am to 5:00pm. Contact the office at (212) 873-6368 with any questions. 
DSNY's ecycleNYC Program
Th e New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) has partnered with ERI to provide a free and convenient electronic waste recycling service:  ecycleNYC .

You can use ecycleNYC to discard items like TVs, computers, smartphones, printers, and more.  Appliances, batteries, and light bulbs are NOT accepted.  Data on electronics will be fully erased by ecycleNYC as part of the recycling process.  Click here to sign-up for or get more info about the ecycleNYC program for your apartment building. 
Sign-Up for an Upcoming WE NYC Session
Are you a woman ready to start or grow your business? Do you have that great business idea but don't know where to begin?  Women Entrepreneurs of NYC (WE NYC)  is here to help you!

Join WE NYC this month for a  WE NYC workshop, mentor session or event happening throughout the five boroughs. You'll have an opportunity to meet with qualified instructors and advisors, meet other women entrepreneurs, and learn about services to grow your business. Click here to see a list of upcoming events.

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