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I thought meeting over coffee / tea would be a simple way to make new friends. Each month, we'll host an event at a coffee shop in the city and have a conversation over an interesting topic. Everyone will have an opportunity to share their thoughts and contribute to the discussion. Occasionally there will be other types of events - brunches, walks and museums posted too.

Upcoming events (4+)

Exhibit: Tales of Muted Spirits—Dispersed Threads—Twisted Shangri-La

Join us as we attend 'Free Friday Nights' at the Rubin Museum. Please note: you must reserve your ticket in advance. Get your ticket here.

After viewing the exhibits in the museum, we could have dinner at a Thai restaurant called Charms. Here's the menu.

If you need to get in contact, my # is[masked].

Details: Trained in the art of thangka painting, Tsherin Sherpa (born in Kathmandu, 1968) is regarded as one of Nepal’s foremost contemporary artists. For the Biennale Arte 2022, he will collaborate with artists across the country to draw upon materials from a shared history and incorporate accounts encoded in oral cultures, woven languages, and quotidian rituals to implicate an intersectional and intertwined past that problematizes contradictory conceptualizations of Nepal as well as the broader Himalayan region.


Visit to Brooklyn Bridge & Dumbo

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Join us for a relaxing stroll across the Brooklyn Bridge and into Dumbo. Please note: we are meeting on the Manhattan side at Living Memorial Grove.

Once in Dumbo, we'll walk over to Washington St and Front St to see the iconic view of the Manhattan Bridge. For lunch, we can get pizza at either Grimaldi's Pizzeria, Juliana's or Ignazios (if someone has a recommendation, let me know). Afterward, we will finish the trip visiting the Empire Fulton Ferry Park.

If you need to get in contact, my # is[masked].

Suggested donation: A dollar or two is appreciated to help cover meetup organizing fees. If you use Venmo, my ID is @Peter-A-Carmody

Art Exhibits in Tribeca

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Join us as we check out two art exhibits in Tribeca. The first being 'Gone Was the Glow' at the 1969 Gallery. It focuses on nostalgia, loss, and unrequited love — all of the things that make us human. You can read more information concerning this gallery, here.

The second exhibit features sculptures by Scott LaForge, that are constructed from found objects (cigarette packs, old brushes, linen, combs, wood, wire, liquor bottles) that are painted over. The exhibit is free and located on the 6th floor of the Theodore in Tribeca.

Here's an article in AMNY that interviews Scott LaForge about his latest work.

Afterward we can have coffee at Blue Bottle Coffee located nearby. If you need to get in contact, my # is[masked]

The Mini Golf Classic ⛳

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Join us for a tradition unlike any other as we go play mini golf at Pier 25 in Hudson River Park. Afterward, we could grab food at a restaurant called Bubby's nearby.

Bubby's Menu

If you need to get in contact, my number is[masked]

Past events (18)

Exhibit: The Space We Occupy

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