Museum of Manhattan
12-September 2, 2002
the Wild Things Are: Maurice Sendak in His Own Words and Pictures
Get inside Sendak’s books and discover a world of imagination
with insights into the artist’s Jewish heritage.
19-April 9, 2002
of Father & Son: Jerry & Brian Pinkey
In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Birthday and African-American
March 2, 2002
Henkes: Lily and Friends
In the Helena Rubinstein Literacy Center.
3, 10, 17-22, 2002
A Caribbean Cinderella story in a 1-person theatrical performance
featuring the work of Brian Pinkey (20 minutes).
& Sunday, February 23-24, 2002
Kids Sing America
Patriotic tunes for the whole family.
more information visit www.CMOM.org or call call (212) 721-1223.
Museum of American Financial History
22-March 6, 2002
The national debut of a traveling exhibition of antique, unique
and contemporary coin banks. 26 Broadway, New York, NY 10004.
15 & March 15, 2002
Doubloons and Dollars
Guided tours of the American Numismatic Society’s exhibit on the
history on money. Federal Reserve Bank of NY, 33 Liberty St.,
1:00 PM. Reservations required, space may be limited, bring photo
and Book Signing
S. Bell, In the Black: A History of African Americans on Wall
NYU Stern School, 44 W4th St., Rm. KMC 1-70, 6 PM. Free.
more information call (212) 908-4110 or visit financialhistory.org.
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