CLLD ART & CULTURE:
Buses leave the HKC at 10:00AM. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure.
Social Hall (Lunch will be served from 12:00-12:30PM)
Presentation will start at 12:30
Marilyn Carminio “TO POSSESS A HUMAN SOUL: SLAVERY AND THE AMERICAN PRESIDENCY.”
The history of slavery is largely anonymous and the stories of the enslaved are often relegated to a footnote in history. Because of their proximity to American presidents, the histories of those enslaved by these men are well documented although not widely known. The goal of this presentation is to tell their stories and "hear their voices." Through vivid portraits we will learn about their daily lives and how they made sense of their existence as human beings. During our journey you will meet a Revolutionary War hero; relive dramatic escapes; become acquainted with the first African American celebrity athletes; attend an important White House dinner and much more. Their stories are sure to inform and inspire you. SUGGESTED CONTRIBUTION: $4.00
“Alive & Kickin”
The Alive N Kickin Duo is an offshoot of the famous band that had the million selling hit record from the 70's "Tighter,Tighter." Featuring band leader and lead singer Pepe Cardona and his son Tim on guitar, playing all your favorite all-time hits. Suggested Contribution: $8.00
Richmond County Repertory Company Presents: A stage reading of Neil Simon’s “Brighton Beach.”
“Brighton Beach Memoirs” is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC.
Social Hall/ 7:00-9:00PM
DOORS OPEN AT 6:30PM
FEE: $15.00 Dollars
Light Refreshments will be provided.
2 nights’ accommodations at the Comfort Inn, just outside D.C. 2 Great Hot Breakfasts, 2 Superb Dinners. Admission to Hillwood Estate, Gardens and Grounds Guided Tour of Washington, DC See Highlights such as the World War 2 Monuments, The Lincoln and Vietnam Memorials and the Korean Memorial. An Exciting Illumination Night Tour Visit To Arlington National Cemetery with Tour mobile Ride. Package Price: EARLY BIRD SPECIAL: $410.00/p.p. dbl/ +$140 additional for Single supplement.
After Wednesday, May 10th, -$450/p.p.
40 SPOTS AVAILABLE
First come, first serve.
For information please contact:
Bella Smorgonskaya 718-475-5262 or
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SOCIAL HALL/ 12:00-3:00 PM
Movie: “Lemon Tree”
Set in the West Bank, where Palestinian widow Salma Zidane tends her lemon grove. However, when Israeli Defense Minister Navon moves in across the way, his security guards demand she removes the trees, which could shelter terrorists. Refusing to bow down, she engages lawyer Ziad Daud to take her case to the Supreme Court, which brings international attention. Drama Film, 1Hr 38Min.
SOCIAL HALL/ 6:00-8:00 PM
Beefcake: Classic Rock Band with music from the era of The Beatles and rolling Stones.