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Updated Wednesday, July 14

Upcoming Events

Lower Manhattan Development Corporation Board Meeting
Thursday, September 9, 2004

Location: One Liberty Plaza, 20th floor conference room
Time: 8 AM

Learning From Lower Manhattan
Friday, September 17 - Sunday, September 19

Location: Center for Architecture, 536 La Guardia Place
Time: 7:30 AM Friday - 12 PM Sunday
Registration/More Information: Go to the American Institute of Architects New York Website

Lower Manhattan Development Corporation Board Meeting
Thursday, October 14, 2004

Location: One Liberty Plaza, 20th floor conference room
Time: 8 AM

Lower Manhattan Development Corporation Board Meeting
Thursday, November 11, 2004

Location: One Liberty Plaza, 20th floor conference room
Time: 8 AM

Lower Manhattan Development Corporation Board Meeting
Thursday, December 16, 2004

Location: One Liberty Plaza, 20th floor conference room
Time: 8 AM

Ongoing Events

Radical Hospitality

Part of the New York Historical Society's "History Responds" series, Radical Hospitality draws upon artifacts, photographs, banners and posters, children's art, and video to reveal the story of how ordinary people pitched in to provide comfort, support, and amenities to the rescue and recovery workers at the site of the destroyed World Trade Center.
(Runs through July 11, 2004 )

Location: New York Historical Society
2 West 77th St., Central Park West
Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Contact: Call 212-873-3400

Recovery: The World Trade Center Recovery Operation at Fresh Kills

Part of the New York Historical Society's "History Responds" series, this exhibition consists of 65 photographs and over 50 objects recovered from the destroyed World Trade Center. Collectively, they help to tell the unheralded story of what happened when the recovery effort moved beyond Ground Zero to Fresh Kills landfill, the "city on the hill" where recovery workers toiled for long, tedious hours at a disheartening task.
(Runs through March 21, 2004)

Location: New York Historical Society
2 West 77th St., Central Park West
Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Contact: Call 212-873-3400