Memorial Day Weekend Paddle
Reserve your spot early for our Memorial Day Weekend Paddle in the New Jersey Pine Barrens.
May 23rd through May 26th. Come for the day, stay overnight at a local motel or camp for the weekend at Atsion Lake Family Campground. Which every way you decide to stay, this will be a glorious weekend of paddling on the delightful and enchanting little rivers of Wharton State Forest.
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Dancing at Elmos NYC Billed as the longest running party for women in NYC, QGirls parties came to life 11 years ago due to a lack of nightlife options for professional women in the tri-state area. Elmo is large enough to support a nice size dance floor but yet intimate enough to encourage interactions between the patrons. There is a friendly energy at these parties.
DJ Domenica, a Women About member, plays the dance hits that you would hear on 92.3 (NOW), 103.5 (KTU) or 100.3 (Z100) along with some of the old classics and a couple of popular hip hop, salsa.
Tracks, their newest work.
Stay on the edge of your seat for another awe-inspiring evening with LAVA, the Obie and Bessie Award winning troupe that takes audiences on adventures with athletic physicality, intellectual rigor, social commentary and relationship exploration in their own original works. Join us as they roll, soar, climb and dive through their latest creation inspired in part by Alexandra David-Neel and her travels through Tibet in the early 1900s. Meet for a dinner that’s cheap and fabulous followed by a 7:30 p.m. show; both in the East Village. Tickets are available at dixonplace.org.
Book Club Meets
This month’s book selection is Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal by Jeanette Winterson. This is the fascinating true story behind Winterson’s bestselling novel Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit. Why Be Happy is a coming of age story about Winterson’s recovery from her Pentecostal upbringing and an adoptive mother who raised her as a God‑fearing Christian only to later discover that her adopted daughter is a lesbian. We’ll meet to discuss at a restaurant in the West Village.