We’re gearing up for Valentine’s Day, and our Community Center has some heart-warming activities.
Start the year with our creative Community Center offerings!
Tis the season! For Top Nine!
As we approach the end of the year, we’ve chosen our favorite 9 Waterside-related photos of 2018:
(Click on the description to see the photo on Instagram)
It’s December – and our Community Center activities revolve around on the coming holiday season!
Seasonal Decor (Adults & Kids)
Monday, December 3rd
Time: Noon – 4pm
As the holiday season is fast approaching, we invite our Community Center members to join us in decorating the Community Center. Coffee and tea will be served.
Holiday Lunch (Adults & Kids)
Thursday, December 13th
Time: 2:00PM – 4:00PM
Community Center members are invited to join their friends and neighbors for a holiday lunch.
Holiday Wrapping (Adults)
Friday, December 21st
Time: 2:00PM – 4:00PM
Community Center members are invited to bring in presents they have purchased for family and friends. Wrapping paper, scissors and tape will be provided. Coffee, tea and various snacks will be served.
We look forward to seeing you!
If you joined us for our showing of “The Wizard of Oz “, you know what a good time we had.
And all screenings are free!
Friday, August 24th – “Labyrinth” (7:30pm)
Monday, August 27th – “From Up On Poppy Hill” (7:30pm)
Tuesday, August 28th – “Toy Story” (8:00pm)
Popcorn and an assortment of beverages are provided!
You’re welcome to bring lawn chairs and blankets. And, of course, your friends.
(Location: Outside on the Plaza – of Waterside Plaza. At 25 Waterside Plaza, NY, NY 10010.
Need directions? Here you go: https://gowaterside.com/visit/ )
Spotlight on “From Up On Poppy Hill”
Set in Yokohama in 1963, as Japan is picking itself up from the devastation of World War II and preparing to host the Olympics, the beautifully animated From Up on Poppy Hill tells the story of a high school couple’s innocent love and the secret surrounding their births.
The film evokes both a wide-eyed hope for the future, and an aching nostalgia for a past that can never be recovered.
Written by Academy Award Winner and the legendary founder of Studio Ghibli, Hayao Miyazaki, and directed by Goro Miyazaki, the film marks the first creative collaboration between father and son.
This English language version features the voices of Christina Hendricks, Anton Yelchin, Gillian Anderson, Beau Bridges, Jamie Lee Curtis and Bruce Dern.
Register for any of our scenic screenings on Eventbrite.
See you on the plaza!