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Riverdale Branch-New York Public Library

Mon & Weds: 10 am-6 pm Tues & Thurs: 11 am-7 pm Fri: 1 pm-5 pm Sat: 10 am-5 pm The Riverdale Branch of the New York Public Library was built in 1967. The branch is a red brick L-shaped building with vaulted ceilings of wood; its exterior is enhanced by a garden and wrought iron fence. There is a 60-seat meeting room for branch programs. The one-floor, air-conditioned branch is fully accessible to persons who use wheelchairs. The branch is in a residential neighborhood of single family houses with several apartment buildings scattered throughout the area. For more information on the branch, ...

RogerSmithArts

From its hotel location, RSA produces performance art and site specific installation exhibits, jazz and acoustic singer/songwriter concerts, poetry readings, chamber music concerts and a speaker series.

Rose Museum

Funded by the Susan and Elihu Rose Foundation and opened in 1991, the Rose Museum chronicles Carnegie Hall's history and exhibits its archival treasures to the public. The permanent exhibit contains a chronology of events from 1891 to the present, a history of the building and items relating to the many notable figures that have walked through the hall's doors.

Rose Theater

One of the premier jazz venues in the world and also host to other performing arts events, Rose Theater features a retractable concert shell, movable on-stage seating towers and an adjustable orchestra pit. The three tiers of seating can accommodate up to 1,233, with the furthest seat no more than 90 feet from the stage. The Rose Theater is on the fifth floor of the Time Warner Center.

Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue

This church on Fifth Avenue presents a highly acclaimed concert series sung by the Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys, conducted by John Scott. It is best known for its annual performance of Handel's Messiah.

Scandinavia House

A public forum presenting a wide range of exhibitions, films, concerts, lectures & literary, kids & family programs dedicated to contemporary Nordic culture from Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Norway, and Iceland.

Sedgwick Branch-New York Public Library

Mon - Wed: 11 am-6 pm Thurs: 11 am-7 pm Fri: 1 pm-5 pm Sat: 10 am-5 pm Open to the public since 1951, the library was originally located on the ground floor of the Sedgwick Houses, a large housing project. It was relocated to its current location in June 1994. An extensive renovation added a second floor with an elevator and 19 computer workstations. For more information on the branch, click here.

Shetler Studios

Opera Manhattan presents frequently in this venue.

Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden

The center and garden is home to many cultural groups and attractions, including the Staten Island Children's Museum and the Noble Maritime Museum. A combo ticket provides access to the New York Chinese Scholar‚ Garden, the Connie Gretz Secret Garden, Main Hall, Building C galleries and the Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art.

Solar One

Solar One is NYC's first green energy, arts and education center, including a sustainably-managed park and a solar-powered class room and event space that hosts outdoor cultural and sustainability events during the summer months. Solar One’s mission is to empower people with the knowledge and resources to unleash and build sustainability in their communities.