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Friday July, 24— kicks off the weeknd from cityline to shoreline!

Start your weekend off with those delicious
wafles and dinges fresh made from the wafle guys!

Friday, July 24th:
8am - 2pm: 47th between 2nd and 3rd (near 3rd)
5pm - 10pm: 7th Ave, near Christopher Street (West side of 7th St.)
Saturday, July 25:
9am - 5pm: Park Slope - 7th Ave and Carroll Street
6pm - 10pm: 7th Ave, near Christopher Street (West side of 7th St.)
Sunday, July 26:
9am - 10pm: 86th Street between 2nd and 3rd, in front of the Sovereign Bank

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Free Friday Night Film on the HayWall
JULY 24th
Michael Curtiz’s
U.S., 1938
AA-Best Art Direction, Film Editing, Original Score
Starring Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland,
Basil Rathbone and Claude Rains

Bring a beach chair, blanket and picnic.

Saturday, July 25
Hydrangea, 10 AM
An encore presentation of Hydrangea, the
basics of growing and enjoying Hydrangeas.

120 Snake Hollow Rd, Bridgehampton

map it

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Weekend Screenings Pay Tribute
to the 50th Anniversary of the
French New Wave

La Collectionneuse
July 25 & 26, 2 PM
1967, 89 mins. Directed by Éric Rohmer. With Haydee Politoff, Patrick Bauchau, Daniel Pommeureule. In his first color film, featuring cinematographer Nestor Almendros’s crisp, lucid images, Eric Rohmer explores the ethical and erotic dilemmas of two male friends from the avant-garde art world who are summering in St. Tropez and trying to resist the charms of a bikini-clad young “collector” of men. The most spontaneous of the Six Moral Tales series, La Collectionneuse was written in collaboration with the actors.

My Night at Maud’s
July 25 & 26, 4 PM
1969, 110 mins. Directed by Éric Rohmer. With Jean-Louis Trintignant, Françoise Fabian. A pious Catholic who lives by Pascal’s wager that there is everything to win and nothing to lose by living as though God exists, finds his beliefs challenged when a beautiful divorcee invites him to spend a platonic night in her apartment. The snowy winter backdrop and intimate conversations are exquisitely filmed in velvety black-and-white by Nestor Almendros.

2 Columbus Circle
(at 59th and Broadway)
New York, NY 11019
Phone: 212.299.7777
Fax: 212.299.7701

Movie and Museum Admission
Movie tickets: $11 general admission
MAD and Museum of the Moving Image members: $7
Movie and Museum general admission: $20
Movie and Museum for MAD and Museum of the Moving Image
members/students/seniors: $18
No reservations for movies, first come, first served.
For information, contact 212.299.7717.

Museum Hours
Tues-Sun: 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Thurs: 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Closed Monday & Major Holidays

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This new boutique in Sag Harbor
invites you to join their

Fashion & Art Show
unique dresses, new cocktail couture and hats,
all created and styled by
Danielle Gisiger who will be featured in the court yard “defilee”
to live jazz by delightful Vanessa Trouble and band.
Patricia McDonough will be the new artist on display.

Saturday July 25th 4:30 pm—5:30 pm
78 main street shopping cove courtyard sag harbor 631-899 4070

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Saturday, July 25 - Schedule
These games are free!

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by William Shakespeare
Directed by John P. McEneny
Sunday, July 26 at 2 pm

By Tom Stoppard
Directed by Thomas Hoagland
Sunday, July 26 at 8pm

Performances outside by the Old Stone House
on 3rd Street and 5th Avenue in Park Slope, Brooklyn.

Bring a beach chair or blanket.
Come out and support Free Theatre!
(Food Vendors on premise.)

Have a great weekend!

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