9/11 Tribute Center programs are offered throughout the year. Lectures, educational workshops and support programs are available to unite family members who lost loved ones, survivors, Lower Manhattan residents, rescue and recovery workers and volunteers who assisted in the aftermath of 9/11. Visit tributewtc.org for a schedule of upcoming programs and events.
278 American and military flags will be displayed in front of the Wellington C. Mepham High School lawn until mid-December to remember those killed in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, support our troops, and to raise funds for Tuesday’s Children. The flags were installed by students at the school. They were sponsored and raised nearly $5,000.00 for the charity. The flags will be on display in front of the school from November 1, 2016 until mid-December. Wellington C. Mepham High…Find out more »
Are you grappling with changes in taste, vision, balance or other sensory-related side effects? Join CancerCare’s webinar on Monday, December 5, 2016 at 1:30pm to hear a panel of experts discuss how to manage sensory disruptions during cancer treatment. Please click here for details.Find out more »
Come to the Heartworks House on Wednesday, December 7, 2016, from 9:00am to 4:00pm and from 7:00pm to 9:00pm and spend some time in gratitude for our veterans this holiday season. There are men and women at the VA hospital who may not receive any cards this year. Heartworks hopes to change this. All are welcome to stop in, have some snacks and write out as many cards as you would like - spend an hour or the whole day with…Find out more »
The 9th Precinct will hold their annual holiday reunion luncheon on Thursday, December 15, 2016 from 1:00pm to 5:00pm at the Staaten Restaurant on Staten Island. The cost to attend is $50.00. No money is required before the event – please pay at the door. If you plan to attend, please let Pete Mulroy know at email@example.com. There will be two open bars and a buffet of great food. White golf shirts embroidered with the precinct logo will be available…Find out more »
Discussion with the author of new book, “Who Owns the Dead? The Recovery, Identification, and Memorialization of September 11th World Trade Center Victims”
The Academy for Critical Incident Analysis at John Jay College of Criminal Justice will present a discussion with Jay Aronson, author of Who Owns the Dead? The Recovery, Identification, and Memorialization of September 11th World Trade Center Victims on Thursday, December 15, 2016 at 2:30pm at John Jay. Aronson is associate professor of science, technology and society at Carnegie Mellon University, and the author of Who Owns the Dead?. He will discuss the efforts to recover and identify the remains…Find out more »