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Wednesday, Jan. 16 (See map view)

A panel of experts discuss the role of race and gender in American politics as a new Congress convenes in Washington.

When: Wednesday, Jan. 16, 6:30 pm

Take your photography to the next level with this six-session class.

When: Wednesday, Jan. 16, 7 pm

Thursday, Jan. 17 (See map view)

Listen to Ryan Power, the founder of Shipwrecked Miniature Golf, discuss how to finance and market your business.

When: Thursday, Jan. 17, 6 – 7:30 pm

Saturday, Jan. 19 (See map view)

Chef Dana Jacobi teaches how to cook healthy winter dishes.

When: Saturday, Jan. 19, 2 pm and 4 pm

Sunday, Jan. 20 (See map view)

Chef Dana Jacobi teaches how to cook healthy winter dishes.

When: Sunday, Jan. 20, 2 pm and 4 pm

An artists’ guide to pricing work, budgeting, grant applications, and more!

When: Sunday, Jan. 20, 4 pm

Tuesday, Jan. 22 (See map view)

A panel of women business founders will discuss their journeys. Complimentary alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages available with purchase of ticket.

When: Tuesday, Jan. 22, 7 – 8:30 pm

Wednesday, Jan. 23 (See map view)

Make connections, learn how to do business with city agencies, and become certified with NYC as a Minority or Women Owned Business Enterprise.

When: Wednesday, Jan. 23, 10 am–2 pm

A tax workshop for self-employed workers, with free pizza.

When: Wednesday, Jan. 23, 6 pm

The story of Ida B. Wells, who was born into slavery in 1862 and freed by the Emancipation Proclamation, devoting her life to fighting against discrimination and violence is told by her award-winning biographer Paula J. Giddings.

When: Wednesday, Jan. 23, 6:30 pm

Have a snack, learn what’s new at the Old Stone House, and suggest programs you would like to see.

When: Wednesday, Jan. 23, 7 pm

Thursday, Jan. 24 (See map view)

A panel discussion discusses post-9-11 Islamophobia and its impact on American Muslim leaders with a focus on Muslim public school principals.

When: Thursday, Jan. 24, 6:30 pm

The host of the podcasts "Stuff You Should Know" and “The End of the World” examines the various ways by which humanity could wipe itself out, from artificial intelligence to natural disasters, and how we can find hope regardless.

When: Thursday, Jan. 24, 8 pm (doors at 7 pm)

Saturday, Jan. 26 (See map view)

Derrell Smith teaches a class on making buffalo chicken dip and queso.

When: Saturday, Jan. 26, 3 pm

A modern dating podcast looks at issues ranging from apps to hook ups and relationships in order to help you not die alone.

When: Saturday, Jan. 26, 8 pm

Monday, Jan. 28 (See map view)

This panel discussion investigates the predatory nature of the country’s inflated misdemeanor and bail systems.

When: Monday, Jan. 28, 6:30 pm

Tuesday, Feb. 26 (See map view)

A course focusing on at how the HIV/AIDS crisis of the 1980s was recast in horror movies and how the illness itself was shown in terms of the horror genre.

When: Tuesday, Feb. 26, 7–9:30 pm

Tuesday, March 19 (See map view)

A multimedia presentation shows how humans have tried to interact with the otherworldy using technology.

When: Tuesday, March 19, 7–9:30 pm

Tuesday, April 16 (See map view)

A town hall-style debate looks at the writer H.P. Lovecraft’s racism and how it affects his legacy.

When: Tuesday, April 16, 7–9:30 pm

Tuesday, May 21 (See map view)

A presentation of how horror and documentary tropes were used in training and educational films from the late 1950s to the mid-1980s.

When: Tuesday, May 21, 7–9:30 pm

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