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Jack-O’-Lantern Blaze.

Join us for this wonderful event featuring incredible pumpkin carvings, music and a light show, all beautifully lit up on the grounds of Van Cortland Manor.

Meander through a historic, 18th-century riverside landscape and discover a breathtaking display—all made of more than 5,000 individually hand-carved, illuminated jack-o’-lanterns in this elaborate walk-through experience. Twenty new works from professional artists, the Museum of Pumpkin Art, will be the first ever exhibition space devoted to sculptural works inspired by (but not made from) pumpkins.
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Upcoming Bike Ride

Upcoming, Women About Staten Island bike ride to the Alice Austen House. Austen was an accomplished Victorian-era photographer and lesbian. Find out more about Alice Austen's life. Join us at 11 a.m. at the Staten Island Ferry St. George terminal, then bike 2 miles to the Alice Austen house, a National Historic Landmark, where we’ll tour its offerings. Please call for exact location
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Grace Drums
Grace Drums, the all-women drumming group, in concert for an energizing evening of drumming and vocals in the African tradition. Join us for what promises to be an empowering celebration of victories over intimate abuse. Along with masterful guest artists from collaborating organizations and from the music world, The Women Gather makes a joy-filled statement for living in dignity and for claiming one’s voice through the majesty of African-inspired drumming and vocals with a contemporary twist. We’ll meet in Brooklyn for an early dinner before the event.
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