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JANUARY 2014     FEATURED ARTIST:  
                 

Chandini Pinilla

Magical Miniature Watercolors in Golden Frames

FRIDAY
JAN 3
8pm

EDOC  Every Day One Closer\
MUSIC:E.D.O.C
Musical Poetic hip-hop live with Every Day One Closer

SATURDAY
JAN 4
8pm

Yeti
MUSIC:YETI! Acoustic Album Release Show
featuring:
Yeti
Enrico Arcaro
The Acquaintances


8:00pm- Acquaintances
8:45pm- Enrico + Friends
9:30pm- Yeti

free all ages show
cds for $3

all proceeds will go directly into funding Yeti's electric album Shadowhead, which should be coming out at the end of February 2014.

FRIDAY
JAN 10

7pm OPEN MIC
ETG OPEN MIC!
Share your song, music, spoken word, invention of any sort. Right here. Right now. Let's go.
SATURDAY
JAN 11
 
6pm Chandini PinillaChandini Pinilla
RECEPTION: CHANDINI PINILLA Magical Miniatures of water-color and gold.
8pm

Artie KoenigMUSIC: ARTIE KOENIG Positive songs by this talented Staten Island troubador.

 

Jaclyn Shaw Birthday

FRIDAY
JAN 17
6-8

Trauma- Community links
3rd ROOM: "TRAUMA" an open discussion facilitated by the wonderful folks at COMMUNITY LINKS!
Explore experiences with others.

What is Trauma? What causes it? How has it changed you and the way you live your life? Join us for a community discussion to learn more about TRAUMA and its effects. We’ll discuss historical and personal trauma and explore ways to promote recovery from it.
FREE complimentary drinks and food!

8pm drum circle
DRUM CIRCLE OF THE FULL MOON & WORLD PEACE MEDITATION
Communication and play inspired by the energy of the Moon. 9pm Meditation 15 Min
SATURDAY
JAN 18
7:30 Staten Island Acoustic Music Society
MUSIC:SIAMS presents "COUNTRY MUSIC" favorites played by many local musicians of the Staten Island Acoustic Music Society network! SIAMS tackles "Country & Western" tunes from the past right up to the present. Another fun SIAMS night to meet and greet musical friends and lively cooperative performances.    SIAMS INFO EMAIL
SUNDAY
JAN 19
12:30 MEET-UP: CANCELLED THIS TIME
SILVER LAKE FLUTE CIRCLE

Flute music players and afficianados meet-up to play music and share thoughts and lessons. Facilitated by Gera Clark
HAPPY BIRTHDAY GERA!!!!
2pm Music CircleMEET-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
JAN 24
8pm

Phoebe Blue Something Staten IslandiePhoebe Blue presents SOMETHING STATEN ISLANDIE: Words, Music; Video. OPEN MIC(E)   FACEBOOK PAGE

SATURDAY
JAN 25
8pm Bob Conroy and Norm Pederson
MUSIC: NORM PEDERSON & BOB CONROY: Bluegrass and beyond
9pm High Noon
MUSIC: HIGH NOON with Morty Jacobi, Stan Jay, Al Sklar, Joanne Gliesch, Terry Russo.
FRIDAY
JAN 31
8pm

Doug PrincipatoGrand Pepper Of Reality
MUSIC: DOUG PRINCIPATO: BIRTHDAY:
GRAND PEPPER OF REALITY
featuring: Conrad Sparnroft, Jonas Manashowitz, Caroline Cutroneo , Andre' Martinez, Marguerite Maria Rivas .
Grand Pepper of Reality

OUR EVENTS ARE FREE!   PLEASE TIP THE PERFORMERS

FEBRUARY 2014     FEATURED ARTIST:  
               

JOSHUA CJG ROBINSON

PANELS OF CONFUSION - with pen and etching

SATURDAY
FEB 1
7:30

S.I. Snugs; North Shore Four; Rachel Isaacs Band

S.I. Snugs

North Shore Four

Rachel Isaacs Band
MUSIC: THE S.I. SNUGS; THE NORTH SHORE FOUR; THE RACHEL ISAACS BAND Three local bands related to the Staten Island Acoustic Music Society and the Songwriters Circle do their own thing here tonight for your pleasure.

FRIDAY
FEB 7

7:30

Te Meeting- Live Your ArtHAPPENING: LIVE YOUR ART with Jaclyn Shaw   Meeting
    "If you had a room full of artists in a room, what would you say? What would you do?
   "We have an online group that has been stirring, but nothing amounts to real life interaction with people who share creativity in their souls. Think of the possibilities!
   "This meeting will be as good as you make it. You have everything you need to make it, because you are an artist ;)

**** Free Workshop from National Writer's Union about contract issues that singer song writers face will be given at meeting. Bring paper, pencils and crayons lol

    "So, contribute as you see fit.... bring whatever you feel you should... " -- Jaclyn Shaw
Follow Your Art

SATURDAY
FEB 8
 
SECOND SATURDAY STATEN ISLAND ART WALK
BENEFIT PARTY at EDGEWATER HALL 4-6pm
ART
JOSHUA ROBINSON: PANELS OF CONFUSION
Pen and Etching
7pm

Vala Dawn- tools for manifestation
MANDALA: VALA DAWN presents TOOLS TO MANIFEST your vision. She will show you how to work with MANDALAS (Patterns) and SIGILS (Signs) to encourage positive change.

FRIDAY
FEB 14
 

Trauma- Community linksvalentines day

8pm drum circle
DRUM CIRCLE OF THE FULL MOON & WORLD PEACE MEDITATION
Communication and play inspired by the energy of the Moon. 9pm Meditation 15 Min
SATURDAY
FEB 15
7pm

Pete Seeger Tribute
Share your love for Pete Seeger with
Soni Moreno, Stan Jay, Dan Masters, Bob Wright,
Bob and Ruth, Caroline Cutroneo, Joy Ryder, John Bostrom, Norm Pederson, Artie Koenig, Rob & Elle

sharing stories and singing songs of Pete Seeger

SUNDAY
FEB 16
12:30 Gera ClarkMEET-UP: SILVERLAKE FLUTE CIRCLE: Flute music players and afficianados meet-up to play music and share thoughts and lessons. You are welcome.
Facilitated by Gera Clark
2pm Music CircleMEET-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
FEB 21
7:30

Harry Oppenheimer

 

MUSIC: APPALACIAN MOUNTAIN DULCIMER CONCERT with HARRY OPPENHEIMER

9pm

Frank GiallombardMUSIC: FRANK GIALLOMBARD:
12-string Frank plays a set of English Folk

SATURDAY
FEB 22
7pm OPEN MIC
ETG OPEN MIC!
Share your song, music, spoken word, invention of any sort. Right here. Right now. Let's go.
FRIDAY
FEB 28
 

POETRY/THEATER: FRENCH QUARTER LIT
Book Release Party
and an Evening Of Poetry
with WIL WYN and LOUIS BARDEL
1. PLAY:
"THE ALLEN GINSBERG INTERVIEW: Ways of Seeing"
starring Louis Blois, Lee Poerio, and Louis Bardel Based on an actual encounter in 1995, this skit brings to life the time when a young man sought out a master poet.

2. POETRY: Wil Wyn: central heating: poems to warm your space
"CENTRAL HEATING: POEMS TO WARM YOUR SPACE" by poet Wil Wynn. Bi-lingual, torrid, intense, and musical. Is there a better way to fight the low temps

OUR EVENTS ARE FREE!   PLEASE TIP THE PERFORMERS
MARCH 2014     FEATURED ARTIST: Florence Barry
               

 

FLO BARRY

Watercolor, collage, inventions

SATURDAY
MAR 1
8pm CADRE!
MUSIC: CADRE Local philosophical pop band presents new work in "Cadre Tonic". Dennis Green, Hiroko Otani, Tommy Bones, and Michael Ables create a lively and interesting poetic pop sound.
9pm

Michael DeMato
 MUSIC: MICHAEL DeMATO - Performer of "A WAY OUT" on the "Forgotten Borough, Forgotten Sounds" compilation CD. Acoustic set of original material by former drummer and vocalist of The Exposures.

FRIDAY
MAR 7

7:30


Beatles 1
MUSIC: BEATLES CABARET first night
TWO NIGHTS OF BEATLES MUSIC PERFORMED
BY LOCAL MUSICIANS!!

Each night, tonight and tomorrow, twelve different local musicians, singly or in groups, will demonstrate their visions of their 2 favorite Beatles songs. That makes 24 performers over two nights, and 48 Beatle songs, all together now! All you need is love of the Beatles to dig it. See you there!!!

Thank you to Staten Island Acoustic Music Society, Rob Landsman and Ellen LaForge for organizing this CABARET
contact Rob at SIAMSmusic@gmail.com

SATURDAY
MAR 8
 
4-6
ART: FLORENCE BARRY - Very Mixed-Media Exhibit
7:30

Beatles
MUSIC: BEATLES CABARET second night
This is the second night in a row that twelve different local musicians, singly or in groups, will demonstrate their visions of their 2 favorite Beatles songs. That makes 24 performances over two nights, 48 Beatle songs, all together now! All you need is love of the Beatles to dig it.

Thank you to Staten Island Acoustic Music Society, Rob Landsman and Ellen LaForge for organizing this CABARET
contact Rob at SIAMSmusic@gmail.com

FRIDAY
MAR
14
8pm
Chimbarazu Press
Tell No One: poem of witnes by Margueritte RivasLITERARY EVENT:
WIL WYN, JOHN GORDON, MARGUERITTE MARIA RIVAS
   Readings, music playing, stand up poetry and improv to celebrate the Chimbarazu Press release of Saxophonist Jon Gordon poignant memoir "For Sue"  and the French Quarter Literature release of Wil Wynn's "Tropic of Poetry", as well as the one year anniversary of Marguerite Maria Rivas' celebrated poetry book "Tell No One: Poems of Witness."

Chimbarazu Press
SATURDAY
MAR 15
8pm
Staten Island Songwriters Circle
Staten Island SONGWRITERS CIRCLE
presents...
hosted by JIM INDELICATO
SUNDAY
MAR
16
12:30 Gera ClarkMEET-UP: SILVERLAKE FLUTE CIRCLE: Flute music players and afficianados meet-up to play music and share thoughts and lessons. You are welcome.
Facilitated by Gera Clark
2pm Music CircleMEET-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
MAR 21
8pm

EDOC
MUSIC/POETRY: E.D.O.C.concert performance film shoot

SATURDAY
MAR 22
8pm Allergic To B's
MUSIC: ALLERGIC to B's
9pm

Half MoonMUSIC: ROCKABILLY SUPERGROUP
MORTY JACOBI, STAN JAY,
SCOTT CADELL, GUY MICHETTI
This band selects jazz from the ‘30s and ‘40s, country and rockabilly tunes from the ‘50s, ‘60s, by artists like The Everly Brothers, Rick Nelson, Hank Williams and Elvis.   Our special guest will be JOAN CADDELL.

FRIDAY
MAR 28
8pm

LITERARY:STORIES OutLOUD - Global & Local:  Avi Gvili- Life and Love
    Staten Island OutLOUD
presents readings of two short stories on male-female relations, by ALICE MUNROE, "master of the contemporary short story" & winner of the 2013 Nobel Prize in Literature, and by AVI GVILI,
Staten Island teacher and author of Life & Love & the Like: Stories from the Everyday. With musical interludes by sound artist STVJNS DAUGHS.

SATURDAY
MAR 29
1pm

Adorable Antics by Victoria BerkhinBOOK: "Adorable Antics" Poetry for Children with author Victoria Berkhin.
  
 Picture show with read-aloud from this book by Victoria Berkhin. Reflections of life, nature, and wonder are portrayed in this book which was created to promote kindness and sensitivity.

7pm OPEN MIC
ETG OPEN MIC!
Share your song, music, spoken word, invention of any sort. Right here. Right now. Let's go.
OUR EVENTS ARE FREE!   PLEASE TIP THE PERFORMERS
APRIL 2014     FEATURED ARTIST: FLO BARRY  
               

Florence Barry

Watercolor, collage, inventions

FRIDAY
APRIL 4

8:00

Rusty and Jan and FriendsMUSIC: RUSTY & JAN and friends
A group show with the Philadelphia SIAMS friends, plus locals: Allergic to B's; North Shore Four; 12-String Frank; Carol Ruiz; Terry & Lou; and percussionist Bryan Cooper from Philly.

SATURDAY
APRIL 5
 

FreeformFREE FORM:
an ETG evening unplanned!

FRIDAY
APRIL 11
5pm
Kaleidoscope Teen Open Mic
TEEN OPEN MIC with KALEIDOSCOPE!
Join the creative students of Curtis HS, McKee HS and beyond to share their creative skills. Raise your vibration for the fun of it. HOSTS= DARCELLE and EVAN!
8pm MUSIC: From Japan: IRI IRI from Japan
Japanese singer song-writer, IRI is mostly established in central Tokyo area Japan, Los Angeles, and Bowery Electric in New York City.  "My style is mostly Jazz and R&B on keyboard."
  Come and support this traveling musician!
 
9pm AMEN with John Vale
MUSIC: AMEN with John Vale.
Philosophical, metaphysical-themed folk rock
SATURDAY
APRIL 12
 
4-6
ART: FLORENCE BARRY - Very Mixed-Media Exhibit
8pm drum circle
DRUM CIRCLE OF THE FULL MOON & WORLD PEACE MEDITATION
Communication and play inspired by the energy of the Moon. 9pm Meditation 15 Min
FRIDAY
APRIL 18
8pm

Vincent Vok
MUSIC: VINCE VOK and friends

SATURDAY
APRIL 19
7:30 Stvjns DaughsMUSIC: STVJNS DAUGHS Blending experimental and conventional songs and improv using loopers, voice, bass and drum.
8:30

Gera ClarkMUSIC: GERA CLARK and T.M DUBAS "Emerging Enticements" Native American flutes, drums, keyboard and more by this duo and friends to be a celebration of the end of winter and the very welcome emergence of spring abounding.
With Queen of the dance, LYS OBSIDIAN.

FRIDAY
APRIL 25
 

St George Day Festival WORK PARTY!

SATURDAY
APRIL 26
12-7

FESTIVAL: 8th Annual ST GEORGE DAY FESTIVAL
   A NEW LEGEND: It Is Time to replace the old legends of St. George slaying the Dragon with new models of cooperation, problem-solving and human ingenuity, bringing creativity to difficult situations. A NEW WORLD... if you want it...    LINK TO FESTIVAL WEBSITE

ST George Day Festival 2014

A gathering of Staten Island's artistic tribes for EARTH DAY with the themes of COOPERATION, SHARING RESOURCES, FORGIVENESS, FOES BECOMING ALLIES, CREATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING, and DRAGONS! This all-volunteer event demonstrates the power of community and connection. Get involved! Meetings Thursdays leading up to the festival at ETG 6:30. EMAIL

E V E N T S     S C H E D U L E

Music Stage

12 Noon Goddess
12:30 Rudi Mwongozi And Sound Of New World Afrika
1:00 Zeroboy The Human Cartoon
1:30 Cadre
2:00 Grand Pepper Of Reality
2:30 Earth People
3:00 Calpulli Mexican Dance Theater
3:30 Allergic To B's
4:00 Yeti
4:30 Amen
5:00 Five Myles Utopia
5:30 Phoebe Blue And The Make Baleaves
6:00 Melon Farmers
6:30 The Headlocks

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Kid's Stage

12:00 Elena Salazar - Chants For Peace
12:30 Watson The Clown
1:00 Bobaloo Basey Songs And Stories
1:30 S.I. Philharmonic Youth Orchestra
3:00 Michael Ables & Hiroko Otani Interactive Kids Theater The Flowers, The Farmers And The Wind
3:30 Lys Obsidian Bellydance
4:00 John Bostrom Songs For Kids
4:30 Zeroboy The Human Cartoon
5:00 Kids' Open Mic

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Word Stage

12:00 S.I. Outloud! Shakespear's Birthday: At Bay House Noodle Shop 226 Bay St
1:00 Local Authors and Publishers
3:00 Nysai New Literary Magazine Of Staten Island
4:00 En Espnol Bilingual Poetry And Stories
5:00 Day De Dada
6:00 Open Mic!

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Various Locations
1:00 Deep Tanks Butoh Dancers

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Kid Crafts - FUN SHOPS
12-2pm
TABLE 1: Silk Banner Painting with Janice Patrignani
TABLE 2: Rainsticks And Upcycled Instruments with Brigit Francis And Jenn Hermus
TABLE 3: Draw Cartoon Dragons with Mike

3-5pm
TABLE 1: Computer Keyboard Jewelry with Make S.I.
TABLE 2: Transformations with Universal Temple Of The Arts

 

LINK TO THE FESTIVAL WEBSITE!

OUR EVENTS ARE FREE!   PLEASE TIP THE PERFORMERS
MAY 2014     FEATURED ARTIST: 
  PAOLO RIVERA paintings

&

MATT MAUVE photographs
Paulo Rivera


Matt Mauve

FRIDAY
MAY 2

8:00

Generation Meditation
CABARET: GENERATION MEDITATION with Michael O'Connell
   Generation Meditation, a group of spiritual renegades here on SI, will be taking the stage at The ETG Book Cafe for a night of community, expression, and fun as the members of Gen Med share their various talents and passions on stage.
   A night of meditation, live music, poetry, drumming and dance to help the larger community come together and share a special night of CONNECTION to both silence and sound, developing a sense of compassion for where we are in the world, and the sense of heart we have for one another."

SATURDAY
MAY 3
7pm

Tyehimba JessPOETRY: WITH OUR EYES WIDE OPEN : POEMS FOR A NEW AMERICAN CENTURY- TYEHIMBA JESS

 
9pm Artie KoenigMUSIC: ARTIE KOENIG:
The wonderful voice and excellent playing of this singer-songwriter deliver positive messages that raise the spirit and encourage positive perceptions.
FRIDAY
MAY 9
7:30 Bob Dylan Tribute fest
SIAMS MUSIC: BOB DYLAN TRIBUTE - PART 1
SATURDAY
MAY 10
 
5:30
ART: MATT MAUVE photographs; PAOLO RIVERA paintings
7:30
SIAMS MUSIC: BOB DYLAN TRIBUTE - PART 2
Bob Ylan tribute
FRIDAY
MAY 16
6pm

Kaleidoscope Teen Open Mic
TEEN OPEN MIC with KALEIDOSCOPE!
Join the creative students of Curtis HS, McKee HS and beyond to share their creative skills. Raise your vibration for the fun of it. HOSTS= DARCELLE and EVAN!

 
8pm drum circle
DRUM CIRCLE OF THE FULL MOON & WORLD PEACE MEDITATION
Communication and play inspired by the energy of the Moon. 9pm Meditation 15 Min
SATURDAY
MAY 17
8pm

NAEYNI
MUSIC: NAEYNI
SONI MORENO, CHARLEY BUCKLAND, DONNA KELLY
Multi-dimensional Indigenous perspective represented by this Native American ensemble of voice, strings and percussion.

CHARLEY BUCKLAND — is a multi‐dimensional creative performer who carries an Indigenous perspective from his Mohegan heritage. He is a bassist, singer/songwriter, classically trained trumpet player and flutist.
DONNA KELLY
— drummer and percussionist. Donna has played in some of New York’s well known venues with many diffferent groups of various genres including jazz, rock, R&B and cabaret.
SONI MORENO
— Native American singer, co founded and performed with Ulali, Theatre credits on Broadway include "Hair", “The Leaf People” “Bones” First Nations Opera in Alberta, Canada. Most receint, the production of "Smoke" at the Studio theatre,. Pershing Square Signature Center
NAEYNI

SUNDAY
MAY 18
12:30 Gera ClarkMEET-UP: SILVERLAKE FLUTE CIRCLE: Flute music players and afficianados meet-up to play music and share thoughts and lessons. You are welcome.
Facilitated by Gera Clark
2pm Music CircleMEET-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
MAY 23
8pm

POETRY THROUGH FILM
Thomas Fucaloro hosts a night of Staten Island poets on film. Poetry Through FilmEach poet has filmed videos of their poems that they will be premiering here. And to keep things saucy they will also be performing a poem or two.

SATURDAY
MAY 24
8pm

Bob Conroy and Frank Hendricks
MUSIC: STOUT: with BOB CONROY, FRANK HENDRICKS and BILL GRAU!   Folk music maestros with a bluegrass streak!

WEDNESDAY
MAY 28

1pm

Ellen Lytle Writing Workshop
WRITERS WORKSHOP SERIES

We'll start a Wedneday series of memoir/poetry/prose writing workshops, 4 Wednesdays in a row, each time 1pm at ETG Book Cafe. All are so welcome and we'll have a reading performance on the last day. Thank you, best Ellen Lytle

FRIDAY
MAY 30
8pm

Marc Black  MUSIC: MARC BLACK  an eclectic folk-rocker who deals with life, and all its social and political challenges…one song at a time.   His fingerstyle blues is reminiscent of Mississippi John Hurt and Lightnin’ Hopkins.  And his recent CD, Pictures of the Highway, reached #6 on the Folk DJ Chart.
   Noted for his “timeless songs, deep grooves and excellent playing”, as legendary folk artist, Happy Traum, put it, "Marc is a master…spreading the joy of music with story and song". One tune, No Fracking Way – recorded with John Sebastian and Eric Weissberg (of “Dueling Banjos” fame), and some 100 Woodstock, NY citizens — has been sung at rallies as far away as South Africa, Ireland and Australia.

SATURDAY
MAY 31
2pm Eating Wildly by Eva ChinBOOK: EATING WILDLY: FORAGING FOR LIFE, LOVE AND A PERFECT MEAL - EVA CHIN presents her new book published by Simon and Schuster.
  Urban foraging is the new frontier of foraging for foods, and it’s all about eating better, healthier, and more sustainably, no matter where you live. Eva ChinTime named foraging the “latest obsession of haute cuisine.” And while foraging may be the latest foodie trend, the quest to connect with food and nature is timeless and universal.
  7pm OPEN MIC
ETG OPEN MIC:
Share your song, music, spoken word, invention of any sort!
OUR EVENTS ARE FREE!   PLEASE TIP THE PERFORMERS
JUNE 2014     FEATURED ARTISTS: 
 


"CAPRICIOUS SPIRITS"


by VICTORIA BELLINGER and EVERET

WEDNESDAY
JUNE 4th

1pm

Ellen Lytle Writing Workshop
WRITERS WORKSHOP SERIES

The second session in this Wedneday series of memoir/poetry/prose writing workshops. All are so welcome and we'll have a reading performance on the last day. Thank you, best Ellen Lytle

FRIDAY
JUNE 6

6pm

Community Links Open Mic
COMMUNITY LINKS OPEN MIC:

Share your words, sounds, visual information at this OPEN MIC hosted by Larisa and with technical facilitation by ETG.

SATURDAY
JUNE 7
8pm Michael Demato
MUSIC: MICHAEL DEMATO: Original rock songwriter guitarist
 
 

 

Stvjns Daughs
9pm   TRANSMISSION: Original Films, Music, Dance & Performance multimedia with STVJNS DAUGHS, LESLIE THORNTON, ELA ALPI, LAWRENCE CLARK, MICHAEL ASH BURTON, and PAZ QUINTANA & BAND exploring the MEETING of the CONDOR and the EAGLE. An inter-american cooperation in a richly compact set, there will be intuition and special plans, original films, dance, songs & sounds w/ bass, drums, voice, guitar & electronics... see you there!     FACEBOOK
TRANSMISSION: The Meeting of the Condor and the Eagle

WEDNESDAY
JUNE 11th

 

WRITERS WORKSHOP CANCELLED for TODAY ONLY
The third session will be next wednesday!

FRIDAY
JUNE 13
8pm drum circle
DRUM CIRCLE OF THE FULL MOON & WORLD PEACE MEDITATION
Communication and play inspired by the energy of the Moon. 9pm Meditation 15 Min
SATURDAY
JUNE 14
 
5:00

Capricious Spirits by Everet and Bellinger

ART: "CAPRICIOUS SPIRITS" by Everet and Victoria Bellinger

eve FREE FLOW: no event
SUNDAY
JUNE 15
12:30 Gera ClarkMEET-UP: SILVERLAKE FLUTE CIRCLE: Flute music players and afficianados meet-up to play music and share thoughts and lessons. You are welcome. The Silver Lake Flute Circle will be having a Goddess Flute Circle  to honor those who are "Goddesses and the men who adore Goddesses" as a prelude to the Summer Solstice.
Facilitated by Gera Clark
2pm Music CircleMEET-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

WEDNESDAY
JUNE 18th

1pm

Ellen Lytle Writing Workshop
WRITERS WORKSHOP SERIES

The final session in this Wedneday series of memoir/poetry/prose writing workshops. All are so welcome and we'll have a reading performance on this the last day. Thank you, best Ellen Lytle

FRIDAY
JUNE 20
 

No event Friday: FREE FLOW
Happy birthday Mom!!

SATURDAY
JUNE 21
8pm
Allergic To B's
MUSIC: ALLERGIC TO B's
9pm

Half Moon
MUSIC: HALF MOON: Morty Jacobi, Stan Jay, Guy Michetti, Scott Caddell, Joan Caddell. Rockabilly super group!

FRIDAY
JUNE 27
8pm Rachel Isaacs
MUSIC: THE RACHEL ISAACS BAND - NOEL & RACHEL UNLEASHED Folk Rock
This time it's the two of them; Rachel Isaacs and Noel Catti moving out of the "BAND BOX" for a little bit to bring us some of their favorite tunes pairing vocals and rich harmonies with unique acoustic fingerpicking and fine lead guitar work.
FIRST SET
8:30 Tony GalicaRaquel Penzo
POETS: TONY GALLICA
Among the best of Staten Island's visionary poets!
Joined by acclaimed Brooklyn poet RAQUEL PENZO

9:15

Rachel Isaacs Band
MUSIC: RACHEL ISAACS BAND - SECOND SET

SATURDAY
JUNE 28
3pm

SCI-FI AFTERNOON --
Missing Tomorrow
Book Signing and Reading by: Ken Scudero with Music by the band Gem&EyeKen Scudero.
   Staten Island author Ken Scudero reads excerpts from his dystopian science fiction thriller Missing Tomorrow while Staten Island's own Gem&EyeAlternative Rock band Gem&Eye (YOUTUBE) plays a kaleidoscope of intergalactic rock songs from their upcoming EP in between readings.

  7pm OPEN MIC
ETG OPEN MIC:
Share your song, music, spoken word, invention of any sort! HOSTED BY MICHAEL O'CONNELL
 
JULY 2014     FEATURED ARTISTS: 
 


New Paintings


by WILLIAM TEAGUE


CLOSED FOR JULY 4th WEEKEND
FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY

FRIDAY
JULY 11

  drum circle
DRUM CIRCLE OF THE FULL MOON & WORLD PEACE MEDITATION
Communication and play inspired by the energy of the Moon. 9pm Meditation 15 Min
SATURDAY
JULY 12
 
5:30 William Teague
ART: WILLIAM TEAGUE - New Paintings
6:30

Lys Nani Yati Ashtar
6:30    LYS & NANI music and dance
7:30    YETI music
8:30    ASHTAR music and video

TUESDAY
JULY 15

7pm


MOVIE: "SYMPHONY OF THE SOIL"

   Andrew Blancero of the NYC Compost Project on Staten Island hosts this screening of an amazing new film from the director of the acclaimed film "THE FUTURE OF FOOD".
   Drawing from ancient knowledge and cutting edge science, Symphony of the Soil is an artistic exploration of the miraculous substance soil. By understanding the elaborate relationships and mutuality between soil, water, the atmosphere, plants and animals, we come to appreciate the complex and dynamic nature of this precious resource. The film also examines our human relationship with soil, the use and misuse of soil in agriculture, deforestation and development, and the latest scientific research on soil’s key role in ameliorating the most challenging environmental issues of our time. Filmed on four continents, featuring esteemed scientists and working farmers and ranchers, Symphony of the Soil is an intriguing presentation that highlights possibilities of healthy soil creating healthy plants creating healthy humans living on a healthy planet.

FRIDAY
JULY 18
8pm

Paul DeCoster

MUSIC: PAUL DECOSTER original rock ballads

9pm

Perople For Peace - OLGA PANCHENKO

MUSIC: PEOPLE FOR PEACE with OLGA PANCHENKO

band plays
political spiritual rock

SATURDAY
JULY 19
7:30 SIAMS-12-string-guitars
MUSIC: SIAMS presents the 12-String Guitar
SUNDAY
JULY 20
12:30 Gera ClarkMEET-UP: SILVERLAKE FLUTE CIRCLE: Flute music players and afficianados meet-up to play music and share thoughts and lessons. You are welcome. The Silver Lake Flute Circle will be having a Goddess Flute Circle  to honor those who are "Goddesses and the men who adore Goddesses".
Facilitated by Gera Clark
2pm Music Circle
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
JULY 25
7:30

Rachel IsaacsMUSIC: RACHEL’S BODY’s BIRTHDAY BASH
   
Come celebrate with merriment this event featuring the RACHEL ISAACS band with guest performers, CATNAP, Caroline Cutroneo, Doni K & Vincent Vok, Jim Indel, RAM, Lou & Terry Russo, Sharon Ostrov and a few other surprise performers. There’ll be wine and birthday cake and maybe even some dancing in the aisles! A blend of ALL music types and group combos, this promises to be an exciting night!
     If you’re thinking of ‘gifting’ Rachel, she asks that you volunteer some time or make a donation to the ETG BOOK CAFÉ for some sorely needed new stage equipment...
Rachel Isaacs Band

SATURDAY
JULY 26
7pm OPEN MIC
ETG OPEN MIC:
Share your song, music, spoken word, invention of any sort! HOSTED BY MICHAEL O'CONNELL
AUGUST 2014     FEATURED ARTISTS: 
 


Group Show


Julia Simoniello; Nani Ferreira-Matthews; Jenna Snyder; Lys Obsidian


CLOSED SUNDAYS IN AUGUST!


FRIDAY
AUG 1

8pm


MUSIC: SING YOGA KIRTAN BAND
with Shakti instructor NANCY
Kirtan is a musical interactive experience... ours is a sing-along of East meets West!
"Musical vibrations and joyful voices together elicit a response in the body to connect us to our inner selves"

LOVE JAR:
Your donations will go directly to the children of Bal Ashram, a center in India that is very dear to the band's hearts.
more info link

FRIDAY
AUG 8

  drum circle
DRUM CIRCLE OF THE FULL MOON & WORLD PEACE MEDITATION
Communication and play inspired by the energy of the Moon. 9pm Meditation 15 Min
   
SATURDAY
AUG 9
7pm


THE LESBIAN UNDERGROUND
presents
Mixed Media Works by
LYS OBSIDIAN
JULIA SIMONIELLO
NANI MATTHEWS
JENNA SNYDER

Tonights MUSIC and PERFORMANCE
is curated by the artists

FRIDAY
AUG 15
7:30

SIAMS 12-String Guitar night
MUSIC: S.I. Acoustic Music Society presents The Art Of The 12-String Guitar featuring many local musicians playing their interpretation of famous songs done on the 12-string.

SATURDAY
AUG 16
8pm Uncle Eddie and Robin
MUSIC: UNCLE EDDIE & ROBIN terrific folk entertainers and activists from West Virginia.
9pm Bakkuda
MUSIC: BAKKUDA Alex Capella from San Diego is a one-woman electronic band performing music that ranges from sweet melodies to thumping electronic dance grooves!
FRIDAY
AUG 22
7pm

Double Entendre
MUSIC: DOUBLE ENTENDRE MUSIC ENSEMBLE Double Entendre Old and New is a history of the oboe and bassoon from the 17th century to the present. Don't miss it!  WEBSITE

SATURDAY
AUG 23
7pm Acoustic Thunder
MUSIC: ACOUSTIC THUNDER
 Powerhouse guitarists Guy Michetti and Gene Gambardella playing styles from bluegrass to country, folk to the blues. and prepare to be entertained by their talented performance and their engaging personalities. Inspired by guitarists such as Doc Watson, Chet Atkins and Merle Travis, their guitars sing and play in perfect harmony with their well phrased lyrics. Known for their exuberant performances, the duo always brings down the house.
  Louise Luger
MUSIC: LOUISE LUGER: Folk singer plays guitar downside up!
FRIDAY
AUG 29
8pm

Rudi Mwongozi - Sounds Of New World Afrika
JAZZ: RUDI MWONGOZI & SOUNDS OF NEW WORLD AFRIKA Fantastic jazz ensemble led by pianist MWONGOZI.

SATURDAY
AUG 30
7pm OPEN MIC
ETG OPEN MIC:
Share your song, music, spoken word, invention of any sort!
SEPTEMBER 2014     FEATURED ARTIST: 
Christina Ferrara


Christina Ferrara

CHRISTINE FERRARA

mixed media

FRIDAY
SEPT 5

  drum circle
DRUM CIRCLE OF THE FULL MOON & WORLD PEACE MEDITATION
Communication and play inspired by the energy of the Moon. 9pm Meditation 15 Min
SATURDAY
SEPT 6
8pm

POETRY THROUGH FILM 2
Thomas Fucaloro hosts a night of Staten Island poets on film. Poetry Through FilmEach poet has filmed videos of their poems that they will be premiering here. And to keep things saucy they will also be performing a poem or two.

FRIDAY
SEPT 12
 
8pm

MUSIC: HARRY OPPENHEIMER: APPALACIAN DULCIMER

9pm

MUSIC: ARTIE KOENIG - Songs of Life

SATURDAY
SEPT 13
7:30

SIAMS Tribute to Carole King and James Taylor
MUSIC: SIAMS presents a TRIBUTE to CAROL KING & JAMES TAYLOR: Members of the Staten Island Acoustic Music Society perform their versions of songs by these greats.

FRIDAY
SEPT
19
8pm

Kevin Herbert
MUSIC: KEVIN HERBERT GROUP Influences include Wes Montgomery, Earl Klugh, Laurindo Almeida, Tony Mottola, George Benson and Pat Martino — infuses his own personal touch and interpretations. "..a superb player with a great touch and sound..."
and HEARTSTRINGS NY present some musical activities

SATURDAY
SEPT 20

 
8pm

MUSIC DANCE MEDIA: Generator presents GENEROSITY
GENERATOR is a world-renowned experimental electronic sound gallery.
Generator presents GENEROSITY
ANdrea Beeman bioluminescence

an evening of sound, light and language curated by gen ken montgomery

David B. Greenberg - Hopeful Song-Offerings
Sean Julian + Chris Penalosa - Modular Slideshow
Gen Ken + The Enchantress of Bioluminosity - Sound & Light
Leif Elggren + Marja-leena Sillanpää - Sound & Vision

SUNDAY
SEPT 21
 
 

for the CLIMATE MARCH

People's March Begins 11:30 am EST, Sunday, September 21, 2014.
Assembly Location: Central Park West, between 65th and 86th streets.
See more details: People's Climate March.

FRIDAY
SEPT 26
8pm

People for Peace
MUSIC: PEOPLE FOR PEACE & AGENT SEVEN
OLGA PANCHENKO band plays political spiritual rock to raise the vibration. Now is the time!
PLUS opening MUSIC set by AGENT SEVEN, drum and voice loop poet.

SATURDAY
SEPT 27
4pm Malachi McCormick
AUTHOR: MALACHI McCORMICK reads from his new book, many years in the making, "IRELAND BECOMES ITSELF" published by STONE STREET PRESS.
6pm ART CLOSING PARTY:
CChristina FerraraHRISTINA FERRARA
Mixed Media Christina Ferrara
7pm OPEN MIC
ETG OPEN MIC:
Share your song, music, spoken word, invention of any sort!
OCTOBER 2014     FEATURED ARTISTS: 
 


JEFF MASON Photographs!


 

 
FRIDAY
OCT 3
8pm PUNDITRY: VIDIOTS Pundit hosts WOBBLE and FUBAR examine and discuss video clips reflecting: Trillions; Denver UFOs; Evil robots; Dick Cheney; Fracking; Star Trek and more.
9pm MUSIC: PAUL DeFAZIO "Classic Rewind" Guitar singer DeFazio shares some music he loves to play.
SATURDAY
OCT 4
7:30

Bob Conroy and Norm Pederson
MUSIC:BOB CONROY & NORM PEDERSON Traditional American Folk tunes plus originals by 2/3 of the dynamic trio STOUT

FRIDAY
OCT 10
 
7:30
SPOKEN WORD: READINGS OF AFRICAN DIASPORA
Tyehimba Jess hosts this special reading event with authors from around the world, come to S.l. for the College of Staten Island international conference.
SATURDAY
OCT 11
3pm
Jeff Mason photographs
ART SHOW:"ABANDONED"
Photos by Jeff Mason.
"The mystery of the dark and unoccupied, the heartbreak of forgotten souls, the beauty in the decayed."
-Featuring new live music by the "SNUGS" (Terry & Lou Russo, Jenica Koon, Joe Lipton).
8pm

March with Selma
SI OUTLOUD: MUSIC & WORD: "TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD"    Beth Gorrie hosts and coordinates readings and more from this classic novel by Harper Lee. We’ll read & discuss excerpts from the novel, together with texts concerning some of the flashpoints in the American civil rights movement that Mockingbird helped catalyze. For example, we’ll feature two new books about the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act in honor of its 50th anniversary.
    We’ll consider the 60th anniversaries of the death of Emmett Till, and of the U. S. Supreme Court’s historic school desegregation decision. We’ll also explore texts concerning the Scottsboro Boys, which partly inspired the courtroom chapter in “Mockingbird”. 
   MUSIC: Joan & Gary Moore, with special guest Jeannine Otis, will perform music of the American Civil Rights movement, which underscored key events that coincided with the publication of “To Kill a Mockingbird”.
Mockingbird

FRIDAY
OCT 17
7pm EDOC
POETRY BKLYN STATEN ISLAND LIVE: TONY GALLICA and others EDOC poet Gallica curates this poetry event with writer performers from Staten Island and Brooklyn.
9pm

Old Lost John
MUSIC: From Sweden, folk singer OLD LOST JOHN Mystical folk from ancient lands.

SATURDAY
OCT 18

8pm

Phoe Blue ANTI FOLK SI
MUSIC: PHOEBE BLUE presents ANTI-FOLK-I-NESS
featuring NUMEROUS HUMAN Singer Songwriters of the Anti-Folk persuasion DOING IT LIVE on stage.

Original music by:

-The Bones & the Bee (rare appearance of magical duet of HB West singing poems while Tommy Bones soothes you with bass)

Phoebe Blue & The Make Baleaves (you probably heard of these serious silly gooses)

Jesse Cannonball Statman (he's a black labrador retriever)

American Anymen (upright bass n acoustic guitar duet , singing smart stuff in a easy on the ears kinda way, while images on projector screen provide eye candy)


SUNDAY
OCT 19
12:30 Gera ClarkMEET-UP: SILVERLAKE FLUTE CIRCLE: Flute music players and afficianados meet-up to play music and share thoughts and lessons. You are welcome.
Facilitated by Gera Clark
2pm Music Circle
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
OCT 24
 

CANCELLED - !!!
TEEN OPEN MIC: KALEIDOSCOPE
Hosts RYAN and DARCELL and JEBEDIAH from Curtis HS are hosting the great TEEN OPEN MIC here at ETG: All teens are invited to present their talent.

 

CANCELLED -
postponed to Friday Dec 19th

Queen Mother ImakhuPERFORMANCE:
QUEEN MOTHER IMAKHU
in AFROHEMIAN CHRONICLES
http://www.queenmotherimakhu.info/

Queen Mother Imakhu

SATURDAY
OCT 25
3pm Building Co-operative Power
AUTHOR: "BUILDING COOPERATIVE POWER: STORIES AND STRATEGIES FROM WORKER CO-OPERATIVES " with co-editor MICHAEL JOHNSON. This book visits a great variety of co-ops in the Connecticut River Valley region, and discusses their successes and problems unflinchingly. "A must read for anyone who wants to take back the economy for people and the planet!"
7pm OPEN MIC
ETG OPEN MIC:
Share your song, music, spoken word, invention of any sort!

 

Hallowe'en Friday October 31st
ETG HAUNTED STAGE 3pm-7:30

ETG is closing early on this day.
CLOSING AT 7:30pm

 

  Petition for Stan Jay

NOVEMBER 2014     FEATURED ARTISTS: 
 


Stevie Ray Soloway Landscape Photographs
Alex Jeltov Ocean Paintings


SATURDAY
NOV 1
7:30 Cadre
MUSIC: CADRE: CD Release - "HOUSE OF CADRE"
9pm Rudy Simone
MUSIC: RUDY SIMONE "Burn The Witch" Tour
From western NY!

TUESDAY
NOV 4
5pm BOOK AUTHOR: MernaLyn DIET DIVA "The 10-Second Diet"
  7pm
BEEHIVE COLLECTIVE from Maine! Very unusual storytellers tell about big real-world eco-political situations in a unique way: creating enormous murals of masterful illustrations representing the story elements, with live human narrator telling it in words while we follow along with the pictures. There's nothing else quite like this. Don't miss this rare experience. WEBSITE
FRIDAY
NOV 7
7:30 Music Circle
MUSIC: Staten Island SONGWRITERS CIRCLE
Jim Indell hosts these performances by the participants of the monthly SI Songwriters Circle meet-up group.
SATURDAY
NOV 8
8pm

drum circle
DRUM CIRCLE OF THE FULL MOON & WORLD PEACE MEDITATION
Communication and play inspired by the energy of the Moon. 9pm Meditation 15 Min

FRIDAY
NOV 14
7:30

NAEYNI
MUSIC: NAEYNI
SONI MORENO, CHARLEY BUCKLAND, ATA
Multi-dimensional Indigenous perspective represented by this Native ensemble of voice, strings and percussion.

CHARLEY BUCKLAND — is a multi‐dimensional creative performer who carries an Indigenous perspective from his Mohegan heritage. He is a bassist, singer/songwriter, classically trained trumpet player and flutist.
ATAAHUA PAPA— Māori (indigenous New Zealander) musician and sacred heart and hails from the Central North Island, belonging to the Waikato and Raukawa tribes
SONI MORENO — Native American singer, co founded and performed with Ulali, Theatre credits on Broadway include "Hair", “The Leaf People” “Bones” First Nations Opera in Alberta, Canada. Most recent, the production of "Smoke" at the Studio theatre, Pershing Square Signature Center.

NAEYNI

SATURDAY
NOV 15

7:30

MUSIC: SIAMS: Musical tribute to "Women in Rock and Pop"SIAMS
Performers include Kama Linden, Terry and Lou Russo, Jan Alba & Friends, Sharon Ostrov, Elle La Forge & Friends, Ann Marie and Friends, Carol Ruiz & Friends, Rachel Isaacs & Friends, and Joan Caddell & the Mini-Choir.  It promises to be a special evening.

SUNDAY
NOV 16
12:30 Gera ClarkMEET-UP: SILVERLAKE FLUTE CIRCLE: Flute music players and afficianados meet-up to play music and share thoughts and lessons. You are welcome.
Facilitated by Gera Clark
2pm Music Circle
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
NOV 21
  no event tonight
SATURDAY
NOV 22
7:30

Jim IndellicatoMUSIC:
JIM INDELL's
BIRTHDAY CONCERT OF PLENTY
Join Westerleigh Folk Festival organizer Jim Indellicato and a bevy of talented musical friends.

THURSDAY
NOV 27
closed for THANKSGIVING DAYS
FRIDAY
NOV 28
SATURDAY
NOV 29
7pm OPEN MIC: ETG OPEN MIC
  OPEN MIC
ETG OPEN MIC:
Share your song, music, spoken word, invention of any sort! Host Michael O'Connell

Petition for Stan Jay

DECEMBER 2014     FEATURED ARTISTS: 
  JACKIE CASSEN


paintings
SANE SIMONIELLO


paintings

FRIDAY
DEC 5
8pm

drum circle
DRUM CIRCLE OF THE FULL MOON & WORLD PEACE MEDITATION
Communication and play inspired by the energy of the Moon. 9pm Meditation 15 Min

SATURDAY
DEC 6
7pm

Underworld Journeys
UNDERWORLD JOURNEYS

An evening of performances and art meant to guide and entertain as the cycle of the year darkens and leads down the cold path of winter.

Tarot and Rune readings by some of Tarot Society's lovely and gifted readers.
Persephone's Story, a retelling of the classic myth with some slight... adjustments in motivation by Carl Peckham
Inanna & Ereshkigal Shadow Play by Annie Doran
Participatory reading of selections from Dante's Inferno by you and your fellow audience members!
Salome performance by Darcey Leonard
Music by YETI
Painting by Sane Simoniello
Faerie Tale performance by Amanda Flowers

And more!

As always, this ETG event is cover-free, but a number of our participants are traveling from a distant land (Brooklyn). In appreciation for their time and travel, we will be passing the Love Jar for your generous donations (and the Tarot readers will gladly accept tips, as well.)

SUNDAY
DEC 7
2pm ERIC HINES: POETRY and PAINTINGS of JACKIE CASSEN
 

Eric Hines Jackie Cassen
Eric Hines and Jackie Cassen Eirc Hines PoetryA celebration of the creativity of the late JACKIE CASSEN with her creative collaborator ERIC HINES, a talented reader and published poet.
  The author of AQUARIAN SON and MOMENTS WITH JACKIE is also a exceptional reader. Come and enjoy this rare poetry event.

FRIDAY
DEC 12
Whol i Days
7pm AGENT SEVEN - Stvjns Daughs
8pm PEOPLE FOR PEACE - Olga Panchenko
9pm AMEN - John Vale and David Glorioso
SATURDAY
DEC 13
Whol i Days
7pm AGENT SEVEN
8pm GYPSUM ROSES - Elise Brianne & A.i. Firefly
9pm TOMMY BONES
TUESDAY
DEC 16
HAPPY HANUKKA!
FRIDAY
DEC 19
Whol i Days
7pm Queen Mother Imakhu
QUEEN MOTHER IMAKHU
- SOULstice
- SHARAYM Peace and Freedom AFRICAN FOLK
"Queen Mother Imakhu shares her soulful, Afrohemian (African-Bohemian) songs and stories to inspire you in this season honoring universal Light & Love. A heartwarming performance to heal and awaken your soul for Solstice."
Matou
8:30 SONI MORENO of the Native American folkrock band MATOU, will play a short set tonight without her other bandmates! Don't miss it.
8:45 OUTSIDE THE TEMPLE  Spiritual reggae and beyond from a band featuring local artist Andrea Phillips whose gallery/house, festooned with collage illustrations and more, is a popular Second Saturday Art Walk experience.

SATURDAY
DEC 20

Whol i Days
Star Of Wonder
5pm STAR OF WONDER will rise amidst ceremony that begins in the Book Cafe, then processes to the park to sing the Twinkle Round and "raise the star of wonder". Free cookies and cider.
Hanuman Lounge
7pm HANUMAN LOUNGE - mixed live human energy Cabaret curated by the new Healing Arts Center folks upstairs from the Book Cafe
Mwongozi-SONWA-Jazz
8:30 RUDI MWONGOZI's Sound Of New World Africa Jazz Trio rocks the house til the end of our time
SUNDAY
DEC 21
12:30 Gera ClarkMEET-UP: SILVERLAKE SOLSTICE FLUTE CIRCLE: Flute music players and afficianados meet-up to play music and share thoughts and lessons. You are welcome.
Facilitated by Gera Clark
2pm Music Circle
MEET-UP:
STATEN ISLAND SONGWRITERS' SOLSTICE 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

THURS
DEC 25

CLOSED
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY FOR HOLYDAY FUN

FRIDAY
DEC 26
SATURDAY
DEC 27
7pm OPEN MIC: ETG OPEN MIC
  OPEN MIC
ETG OPEN MIC:
Last event on the Neighborhood Stage for 2014! Share your song, music, spoken word, invention of any sort!

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