5/10/07 Reception for Johnny Coast, Taliah Lempert, and Dave Perry

Join Us Thursday May 10th from 7-10 PM for the
unveiling of two new exhibits:

The Bicycle Paintings of Taliah Lempert in our new Exhibition Hall

The Bicycle Builders' Collection of Johnny Coast and Dave Perry in our Community Collections Window.

Judah S. Harris Photography

March 22nd through May 7th - "City Stories" NYC photographs by Judah S. Harris
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Sunday April 1: Come Celebrate Our 1st Birthday!

Come out on Sunday April 1st from 12-6 PM to The City Reliquary Museum! That's right, we've officially been here 1 year...and we're still going strong. Come meet members of the board, play games, and hang out in our new back room!

Friday 3/23 Sidewalk Reception: Chris Millstein's Flashlight Collection

Come hang out on the sidewalk with us in celebration of Chris Millstein's Illuminating Flashlight Collection! The Museum will be open as well...refreshments, artifacts, and other civic splendor. 7 - 10 PM.

Sat. 3/24 Don't DEMO Domino Bake Sale and Q & A

Join the Waterfront Preservation Alliance at the City Reliquary on Saturday, March 24th from 7 – 9pm for an informal chat over cookies, cakes and other delectables baked with Brooklyn’s own Domino Sugar. WPA is a neighborhood-based organization that has been working for the past year to identify and designate historic structures in Greenpoint & Williamsburg, which are undergoing major changes that will dramatically change the face of our neighborhoods. As we move forward into the future of Greenpoint & Williamsburg, our aim is to ensure that vital connections to the past are retained through the preservation, reuse and rehabilitation of the historic buildings that define the character of our neighborhood. Members of the WPA will give short informal yet informative talks on the future of the Domino Sugar Factory and answer community questions. Tea, coffee and baked goods will be available for purchase at affordable prices.

Dec. 11 - Fundraising Dinner to Benefit the City Reliquary

Folks, be sure and save the date. The Lodge is generously hosting us for our first ever fund-raising dinner. It promises to be a fabulous evening, with fine food, outstanding company and excellent conversation. Our guest of honor, Philip Lopate (author of Waterfront: A Journey Around Manhattan) will be joining us for dinner and no doubt dazzling us with his love and knowledge of New York. Dinner is from 6:00 - 9:00 at the Lodge (318 Grand St. at Havemeyer.) Tickets are $100.00 per person with proceeds to directly benefit the City Reliquary. With our modest 50 cent admission fee to the museum, events like these are how we keep our doors open. Click on the Make a Donation button below, and reserve your tickets for dinner. Thanks!

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RESERVED Table(s) for six: $2000 each

If you cannot attend but still wish to make a donation,

Turning Point Opening May 20, 2006

Amy Bolger and The City Reliquary present Turning Point: a celebration of cycling and art. A photographic exhibition at:

The City Reliquary Museum
370 Metropolitan Ave @ Havemeyer
Opening: Saturday, May 20th 2006 at noon

turning point

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