Visit our table at 10th Street, for info about tenant rights and other events and campaigns in the area, CSC-branded t-shirts and bags, and you can buy a spin on our prize wheel!
All vendor spots have already been sold. If you are a vendor, volunteer, or musician, you have been emailed any relevant information. If you would like to volunteer and have not signed up already, or if there are any issues, email Daniel at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our table.
- Shopping (including artisans from the MHA buildings!)
- Live Music (The Rod Rodgers Dance Company, Kim Kalesti, Bill Popp & the Tapes, Más Allá, The Fine Machines, and The JewelTones)
- And we will have a table at 11th St, with information on tenants rights, Save the Lower East Side and CSC T-Shirts, and more.
Questions, call 212-228-8210 or email Steve.
DATE: TUESDAY, MAY 21ST, 2013
TIME: 10:00 AM SHARP!
PLACE: BOARD OF STANDARD AND APPEALS (BSA)
22 READE STREET, SPECTOR HALL (ONE BLOCK FROM CITY HALL) Read More
We wish you and yours a rewarding and happy holiday!
We are closed Thurs 11/22 and Fri 11/23. We reopen at 10am on Mon 11/26.
This year we honor
Harriet Cohen & Tito Delgado
Leaders of the Seward Park Area Redevelopment Coalition
for their work in ending 45 years of inactivity at Seward Park
Sat-Sun 8/25 & 8/26/2012
2pm-8pm (both days)
@ The 4th Street Photo Gallery, 67 E. 4th St.
a fundraiser for CSC and the Gallery
PRESS CONFERENCE AND RALLY
17 MARKET RATE TENANTS AT 50-54-58 EAST 3RD STREET HAVE RECEIVED NOTICES FROM THEIR LANDLORD, ABART HOLDING LLC, THAT STATE THEIR LEASES WILL NOT BE RENEWED. THESE TENANTS ARE WORKING PEOPLE WHO ARE SHARING APARTMENTS TO BE ABLE TO AFFORD THE RENTS. ACROSS THE STREET THREE YEARS AGO A LANDLORD EVICTED THE WHOLE BUILDING FOR HIS PERSONAL USE!
DATE: MONDAY, MAY 7TH 2012
TIME: 6:30 PM
PLACE: 58 EAST 3RD STREET (BTW 1ST AND 2ND AVENUE)
Facebook Event here
STOP THE EVICTIONS-SUPPORT THE TENANTS AS THEY FIGHT BACK!
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL GOLES 212-533-2541 or COOPER SQUARE COMMITTEE 212-228-8210
Come learn about the proposed cuts to HUD funding and how you can help protect the long-term affordability of your development.
Conducted by Tenants and Neighbors
For more information or to RSVP: Contact Katie Goldstein: 212-608-4320,ext 400 / email@example.com
Where & When
Community Service Society, 105 E 22nd St (@ Park Ave.), Room 4A
Weds Apr 11, 2012, 6:30-8:30PM
What do. . .
Native Americans George Washington John Jacob Astor
Federal-style architecture tap dance Stephen Foster gangs of New York
streetcars Kleindeutschland Peter Cooper
vaudeville the vaudeville hook Yiddish theater
Stephen Crane American slang Stanford White
Irving Berlin Eddie Cantor Mae West
Abstract Expressionism Mark Rothko Weegee
Beat literature William S. Burroughs Amiri Baraka
punk rock the Ramones Patti Smith
. . .all have in common?
Find out on the. . . Walking Tour of the Bowery
w/Architectural Historian Kerri Culhane
March 3, 2012 @ 1:30pm
Meet at Cooper Union Foundation Building
(at 7th Street)
Originally an Indian foot trail, Bowery is NYC’s oldest thoroughfare.
It was recently named to NY State Register of Historic Places.
The Bowery Alliance of Neighbors, Two Bridges Neighborhood Council and Historic Districts Council are sponsoring a walking tour of the Bowery in conjunction with the Historic Districts Council’s “The Great Outside: Preserving Public and Private Open Spaces”Conference. All are welcome on the tour, which is free of charge!
WHO: You, plus many tenants and advocates for working families
WHAT: Protesting REBNY’s attacks on working families, weak rent laws and landlords’ outrageous demand for a quarter BILLION dollar tax break
WHERE: The NY Hilton Hotel, 53rd St. at 6th Avenue in Manhattan
WHEN: Thursday, January 19th at 6 PM
On Tuesday, January 3rd, Other Side Productions will hold a benefitperformance for Cooper Square Committee, presenting “Accidentally Like a Martyr”, a gay themed comedy at Paradise Factory Theatre at 64 E. 4th St. The play by Grant James Varjas is “set in a bar populated by men from different backgrounds and generations who are once both regulars and irregular, the play depicts them at their hangout as they while away a seemingly quiet winter evening. Fueled by drinks and other stimulants, those gathered reveal secrets, open old wounds, and covet new visitors in a funny and poignant manner that is both original and reminiscent of landmark plays such as Mart Crowley’s “The Boys in the Band” and Tennessee Williams’ “Small Craft Warnings”, plays that served as touchstones for gay people then and now.” There will be a pre-theater reception,with cocktails and appetizers, at 59-61 East 4th St., 4th floor loft at 6 pm, followed by the play at 8 pm. We have a few tickets remaining and are offering last minute tickets for $20 to our supporters. You can purchase them by clicking on the donate button on our homepage. The Cooper Square Committee is raising funds towards their plans, in partnership with the Ali Forney Center, to develop transitional housing for homeless LGBT youth on East 13th Street.
THE CITY OF NEW YORK, NEW YORK CITY UNDERCOVER POLICE
OFFICER #31107, NYC POLICE COMMISSIONER RAYMOND KELLY,
NYC MAYOR MICHAEL BLOOMBERG, ET AL.
On appeal by the City of New York.
Cooper Square Committee member Robert Pinter will be in Court on Wednesday, August 24th at 11 am for his lawsuit against the City of New York, and would appreciate community support in the Court room.
Cooper Square Committee’s Annual Gala on Thursday, October 20, 2011 at Colors Restaurant, 417 Lafayette Street,
was a big success. We raised over $22,000 from advertisements in the program journal and ticket sales. Thanks again
to Colors Restaurant for being great hosts, to our honorees — the board, staff and building captains of the MHA — and to
the more than 100 people, including elected officials, who attended.
See the invitation here (front | inside)
Silent Auction Items:
Hats designed and made on the Lower East Side by Georgina Christ
Various types: knit fur-trimmed & metallic-knit, both with attached neck scarf, fleece, knit, cowl head wraps, evening pillbox hats, and more.
Stay at Rachel’s Skytop Cottages
Not shown are various restaurant, lodging, and other items available.
Buy your ticket online; click Donate to the right. –>
The Metropolitan Playhouse (220 East 4th Street) is setting aside tickets for “One Third of a Nation” on Wednesday, May 18th at 8 pm at a group rate of $12 per ticket for members and supporters of the Cooper Square Committee. We greatly appreciate any additional donation to Cooper Square. Come see a play the NY Times calls “a compelling look at the past as well as a tale with parallels to modern struggles”, and support our work. Written in 1938, it deals with the struggle for public housing. You can purchase your tickets by clicking on the Donate button on our website. Type “May 18th play” in the comment section, and we will add you to our list. We have a limited number of tickets. Payment must be received by Tuesday, May 17th at 4 pm. You cannot pay at the door.
See more info about the play here.
We’re sponsoring an East Village Flea Market this Saturday, May 7th, from 11 am – 6 pm between 2nd Ave. and 1st Ave., next to PS 751. Come check out the local vendors selling jewelry, antiques, furniture, clothing, ceramics, baseball cards and other collectibles. We’re listed in Time Out New York as a critic’s pick!
JASA – Community Room
200 E 5th St (@ Bowery)
Weds 4/27, 6:30pm
We invite you to attend our Membership Meeting on April 27th to learn more about our 3 Year Strategic Plan and help us review how well we are implementing it. We will be giving a powerpoint presentation of our programs and services, and discussing how we can achieve our strategic goals and objectives during a time of severe budget challenges. We will be focusing on the four topics below. We welcome your input!
1) Overview of our Tenant Counseling and Organizing Program
2) Overview of our Community Development Program
3) Special Projects: Going Green, Improving Accessibility
4) Developing a New Generation of Community Leadership
If you are not a dues-paying Cooper Square member, you will be asked to pay dues for a year upon entry (only $1!). Come find out what we have planned for 2011. There will be refreshments and a 50/50 raffle. Come and get involved!
The Cooper Square Committee is hosting a Flea Market Fundraiser on Saturday, April 2nd and Sunday, April 3rd from 11 am to 6 pm, at 59-61 East 4th Street, in an 1,800 sq. ft. loft space. We expect to have about 20 vendors selling jewelry, collectibles, crafts, clothing, art work, cd’s and dvd’s.
If you would like to be a vendor, we are renting tables (4 feet wide by 2 feet deep) for $25 per day. Click Donate on the right to register. (write on the 2nd screen which day(s) you want to sell on, and what you are selling) We will be in touch with you to confirm your registration.
Anúncio en español aquí.
Alquilamos mesas por $25/día. Haga clic en el botón Donate al lado derecho para registrarse. (escriba en la segunda página en cual(es) días quiera vender, y lo que quiera vender) Entraremos en contacto con Ud. para confirmar su registración. Para más información, llámenos al 212-228-8210.
(59-61 E 4th St, 4th Floor)
City Councilmember Rosie Mendez Hosts Forums on Bed Bugs in Private Housing on Tues. January 18th and on Bed Bugs in Public Housing on Wed. January 19th
Saturday, January 8, 2011 • 2:00-4:30 PM
59-61 East 4th Street, 4th floor
sábado, 8 de enero, 2011 • 2:00-4:30 PM
59-61 E de la Calle 4, 4º piso
Come see the 3 kings, games, gifts, snacks, & dancing
Venga a ver los 3 reyes magos, juegos, regalos, un refrigerio, & baile
Sponsors / Patrocinadores:
Rod Rodgers Dance Company (62 E 4th St)
& Random Accessories (77 E 4th St)