At 6 p.m. tomorrow evening, you may wish you could be three places at once.
At Stair Galleries, 549 Warren Street, Katrina and Colin Stair are hosting, from 6 to 8 p.m., the sixth annual fundraising cocktail party to benefit the Hudson Children's Book Festival Literacy Fund.
The cocktail party raises money to provide a "Good For" voucher to every student in the Hudson City School District, ensuring that all students can buy the book of their choice from the author of their choice at the Hudson Children's Book Festival on Saturday, May 5. Admission to the party is $50, payable at the door or online at hcbfliteracyfund.com.
Also 6 p.m., at Jeff Bailey Gallery, 127 Warren Street, there is an opening reception for Line and Curve: The Ellsworth Kelly and Jack Shear Shaker Collection from Shaker Museum|Mount Lebanon with Prints by Ellsworth Kelly.
The exhibition, presented by Jeff Bailey Gallery and the Shaker Museum|Mount Lebanon, combines Shaker objects that provide an overview of Shaker design and aesthetic with a selection of iconic Kelly prints from the 1960 through the 1980s. For more information about the exhibition, which continues through May 13, visit the Shaker Museum|Mount Lebanon website.
Also at 6 p.m., at Club Helsinki, 405 Columbia Street, Indivisible CD19 NY presents Learn for Our Lives Teach-In, in support of March for Our Lives happening in Washington, D.C., and elsewhere in the country.
Speakers representing a broad spectrum of expertise and experience--local students, educators, elected officials, and law enforcement, public health, and faith community leaders--will share their perspectives. All the NY-19 Democratic congressional candidates have been invited to present their positions on combating gun violence. A question-and-answer period will follow the candidates' presentations.
Indivisible CD19 NY is a chapter of Indivisible, a national resistance movement that supports local grass roots advocacy. Indivisible CD19 NY is a group of concerned citizens committed to fighting hate, racism, authoritarianism, and corruption in our local area.
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