Citizen Tribeca | Seen and heard: friends and fashion on the agenda this month

FRIENDS & FASHION SCHEDULED FOR OCT. 24-28
Friends & Fashion, the fabulous thrift store hosted annually by PS 234, is scheduled to run Monday, October 24 through Friday, October 28 at 310 Greenwich, just off Washington Market Park. New and very lightly used designer and contemporary clothing and accessories will be for sale, donated by the parent community. Now in its 13th year, Friends and Fashion is one of the largest fundraising events for PS 234. All proceeds go directly to the PTA and enable PS 234 students to have strong enrichment programs in art and music, as well as technology in every classroom. and a well-stocked library.

LUNCH BOX FOOD FESTIVAL ON THURSDAY
The Downtown Alliance will host the Lunch Box food festival on Thursday, October 13, featuring dishes from 10 new family restaurants. Each will offer $10 packed lunches for sale at Fosun Plaza at 28 Liberty. Participants include Tagmo (which is on Michelin’s Best Restaurants list this year), Anassa, Umai Fish, GaGa Chinese Kitchen, Mezze on the River, Firenze Ristorante Toscano, Mexcali and Farida. More info here.

BE CAREFUL OF WATER FROM THE YELLOW TAP
NYC DEP Bureau of Water & Sewer Operations will activate a section of the new watermain on Worth between Hudson and Chatham Square today, Tuesday, October 11, now that the NYC Department of Design & Construction has completed its watermain work. water. Water that may be discolored (yellow/brown) could come out of the tap in the area described above. Discoloration is attributed to valve operation, change in flow or pressure. If you have discolored water, run cold tap water until it runs clear. If the problem persists, you can file a 311 service request for DEP to address.

FACES I AT HAL BROMM GALLERY
Hal Bromm presents FACES I, an exhibition focusing on facial expressions and images created in various media. Works on display include drawing, painting, sculpture, collage and photography which are alternately figurative, abstract, expressionist and imaginary. It includes works by Rosemarie Castoro, Luis Frangella, Robert Goldman (aka Bobby G), Judy Glantzman, John Martini, Shiri Mordechay, Carol Munder, Natalya Nesterova, Grace Graupe-Pillard, Linda Sibio, Joey Tepedino. Rick Worth and David Wojnarowicz. On view until November 23. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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