Events and Ceremonies Commemorating 9/11 - An Hourly Schedule

The events are color-coded, so that you can find the type of commemoration you are looking for.

Official city ceremonies are blue
Concerts, films and plays are purple
Conferences, talks and panel discussions are green
Religious services, vigils and demonstrations are red
Other commemorations and miscellaneous events are white.

8:00 AM

Official city ceremonies are blue,
Concerts, films and plays are purple,
Conferences, talks and panel discussions are green,
Religious services, vigils and demonstrations are red,
Other commemorations and miscellaneous events are white
In the official city ceremony, bagpipe processions from each of the five boroughs will converge at Ground Zero and descend the ramp. At 8:46, the time that the first tower was hit, Mayor Bloomberg will call for a moment of silence. This will be followed by several readings, with Gov. George Pataki reading the Gettysburg address.

Former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani will then start the reading of the names of all victims of the Sept. 11 attacks. Those readings will be continued by family members and others. The ceremony will continue until 10:29 A.M., when houses of worship across the nation are being asked to toll their bells. After the ceremony, families of the victims will be allowed to descend the ramp for the first time into the lower level of the Trade Center site and place a rose in a vase there.
One Year After 9/11
This conference about the physical, mental and environmental health consequences of September 11 includes experts like Dr. Tom Frieden, commissioner of the New York City Department of Health, Dr. Philip Landrigan from the Mount Sinai School of Medicine and David Vlahov from the Center for Urban Epidemiologic Studies.
Time: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Location: New York Academy of Medicine
1216 Fifth Avenue at 103rd Street
Admission: $25 general public; $15 for academy fellows and New York City Department of Health; free for students
Contact: (212) 822-7200

"Celebrate America's Freedoms"
Continental breakfast with Flushing Council on Culture and the Arts.
Time: 8:00 AM
Location: Flushing Town Hall
137-35 Northern Blvd., Flushing.
Admission: Free
Contact:
(718) 463-7700

New York University Commemorates 9/11
Ceremony of Remembrance.
Time: 8:30 AM
Location: Gould Plaza, 44 W. Fourth St.
Contact:
(212) 998-6840

One Year Later: An Open Mike for Poetry Reading
The theater will be open all day as a place to reflect and remember, with a microphone available for poetry readings.
Time: 8:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m.
Location: Symphony Space (www.symphonyspace.org)
2537 Broadway (at 95th Street)
Contact: (212) 864-1414

A Day In Synagogue
The largest Reform congregation in the world holds a daylong reading of psalms during an afternoon of reflection, with moments of silence at 8:46 AM and 10:29 AM. The shofar will be sounded after the last moment of silence.
Time: 8:30 AM
Location: Temple Emanu-El
10 East 66th Street at Fifth Avenue
Admission: Free
Contact: (212) 744-1400

September 11 Memorial
The program begins with a moment of silence at 8:46 a.m. Names of the victims will be read by a cross-section of people, including survivors of the tragedy and Cathedral School students, with musical interludes.
Time: All day, beginning 8:46 AM
Location: Cathedral of St. John the Divine (www.stjohndivine.org)
1047 Amsterdam Avenue (at 112th Street)
Admission: free
Contact: (212) 316-7540

9:00 AM

Death, Bereavement, and Mourning: What We Have Learned a Year After 9/11
Day-long memorial conference (until 5 P.M.) featuring scholars and specialists from many fields including anthropology, psychology, sociology, theology, Jewish studies, family studies, and folklore studies.
Time: All-Day until 5 PM
Location: 365 5th Avenue
Elebash Recital Hall, CUNY Graduate Center
Contact: Go to http://soc1.soc.qc.edu/~tsoehl

"Concert for Freedom"
With the American Concert Band, Kirby Jolly, director. Put on by the Flushing Council on Culture and the Arts.
Time: 9 AM
Location: Flushing Town Hall
137-35 Northern Blvd., Flushing.
Admission: Free
Contact: (718) 463-7700.


In Tribute to September 11
Memorial chamber music concert on a barge moored beside the Brooklyn
Bridge
Time: 9:00 AM
Location: Bargemusic (www.bargemusic.org)
Fulton Ferry Landing
(at the foot of Old Fulton Street)
Admission: Free
Contact: (718) 624-2083

10:00 AM

Voices of Inspiration at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Readings in the Charles Engelhard Court of works by Auden, Dickinson,
Hughes, Tennyson and others. On view in the American Wing will be the two chalkboards used by firefighters from the Met's neighboring companies that still bear, printed in chalk, the names of the firefighters who signed out of the firehouse on that morning. Also, to mark the anniversary of Sept. 11, curators in many of the museum's departments have selected works of art from the permanent collections that express humankind's indomitable spirit.
Time: 10:00 a.m.
Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art (www.metmuseum.org)
1000 Fifth Avenue (Fifth Avenue at 82nd Street)
Contact: (212) 535-7710
Day of Remembrance
The historic sanctuary of the synagogue will be open for reflection, with a display of drawings by local school children depicting New York City buildings and ideas for rebuilding the World Trade Center site.
Time: 10 AM - 4 PM.
Location: Eldridge Street Project (www.eldridgestreet.org)
12 Eldridge Street (between Division and Canal Streets)
Contact: (212) 219-0888

Celebration of Life
New York Botanical Garden(www.nybg.org) offers special family-oriented activities to commemorate the day, including bulb planting, nature crafts and storytelling in the Everett Children's Adventure Garden.
Time: From 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Location: Bronx River Parkway (Exit 7W) and Fordham Road
Admission: Free
Contact: (718) 817-8700

Trolley Tours
Garden adjacent to Town Hall; escorted trolley tours along Flushing's Freedom Mile, sponsored by Flushing Council on Culture and the Arts.
Time: 10:15 AM
Location: Flushing Town Hall
137-35 Northern Blvd., Flushing.
Admission: Free
Contact:
(718) 463-7700.

Interfaith Service of Prayer for Children
A memorial interfaith prayer service marking the opening of the General Assembly, the service begins with an address by United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan.
Time: From 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Location: St. Bartholomew's Church
Park Avenue and 51st Street
Admission: Free
Contact: (212) 378-0222

11:00 AM

Music of Remembrance at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
This concert in the Sculpture Hall, free with museum admission, features Judith Serkin, Stephanie Chase, Paula Robison, Edward Arron and Parthenia. On view in the American Wing will be the two chalkboards used by firefighters from the Met's neighboring companies that still bear, printed in chalk, the names of the firefighters who signed out of the firehouse on that morning. Also, to mark the anniversary of Sept. 11, curators in many of the museum's departments have selected works of art from the permanent collections that express humankind's indomitable spirit.
Time: 11:00 AM
Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art (www.metmuseum.org)
1000 Fifth Avenue (at 82nd Street)
Contact: (212) 535-7710


Poets House Observes 9/11: A Day of Quiet Reading and Remembrance
The reading room is dedicated to silent reading, writing and meditation in observance of the tragedy of Sept. 11
Time: 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM.
Location: Poets House www.poetshouse.org
72 Spring Street (at Cleveland Place)
Contact: (212) 431-7920


Sacred Music from Asia
Sacred music from different traditions of Asia, including India, Afghanistan, Japan, China and Indonesia.
Time: 11 AM-6 PM.
Location: Asia Society (www.asiasociety.org)
725 Park Avenue (between 70th and 71st Streets)
Contact: (212) 288-6400


Memorial Performance
Dances dedicated to heroes, victims and their families, performed by the Saeko Ichinohe Dance Company.
Time: 11 AM
Location: Ken Zen Institute 54 Thomas Street (between West Broadway and Church Street)
Admission: Free
Contact: (212) 757-2531

Groundbreaking for the Garden of Healing
At the Staten Island Botanical Garden, a three-acre natural garden and permanent memorial exhibit conceived by members of Rescue 5 and Engine Company 136 of the Fire Department. A seedling from the only tree to survive at ground zero will be planted.
Time: 11 AM
Location:1000 Richmond Terrace (at Snug Harbor Road)
Contact: (718) 273-8200

Doll Making
Doll-making as art therapy to help children and adults heal after Sept. 11.
Time: 11 AM.-1:00 PM
Location: Doll and Toy Museum of New York City (www.dollandtoymuseumofnyc.org)
Middle School 142, 610 Henry Street, Classroom 103 (between Second Place and Third Place)
Contact:(718) 243-0820

Tiles for America
Our Name Is Mud, a paint-a-pot store in the West Village, has a collection of decorated tiles on which visitors have painted messages of support. On September 11 visitors can come to the store to buy and paint blank tiles all day. Proceeds from the studio fees will be donated to the Fire Department of New York Widows and Orphans Fund.
Time: 11:30 AM - 10:00 PM (no children after 5:00 PM)
Location: Our Name Is Mud
59 Greenwich Avenue at Seventh Avenue and 11th Street
Cost: $4-6 per blank tile; $10 per hour of painting
Contact:(212) 647-7899

12:00 PM

 

Official city ceremonies are blue,
Concerts, films and plays are purple,
Conferences, talks and panel discussions are green,
Religious services, vigils and demonstrations are red,
Other commemorations and miscellaneous events are white.

The Voices of 9/11
Steven H. Jaffe, senior projects historian at The New-York Historical Society, will present material illustrating how oral historians have responded by interviewing and recording a wide variety of New Yorkers with diverse viewpoints, memories, and experiences relating to the events of September 2001. On September 11, admission to the New-York Historical Society will be free all day, and the hours will be extended 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Time: 12:00 PM
Location: New York Historical Society
2 West 77th Street at Central Park West

"As the World Looked On: International Coverage of the Attacks of September 11, 2001"
Television exhibit, plus additional 9-11 programs
Time: 12:00 to 6:00 PM.
Location:
The Museum of Television & Radio
25 West 52nd Street, Manhattan

New York University Commemorates 9/11
"Extraordinary Times -- Remembering 9/11," seminar by the faculty staff assistance program.
Time: 12:00 PM
Location: 12 Waverly Pl.
Contact: (212) 998-6840

"Five Bells For 9/11"
Written by Rich Swingle and directed by Mac Nelson, this play looks at the separate stories of a fireman, a clergyman and a Morgan Stanley employee from 9/11.
Time: 12:30 PM
Location: Lamb's Theater
W. 44th between 6th Ave. and Broadway
Admission: Donations accepted, proceeds go to families of victims.

Manhattan 9/11: Tragedy, Leadership, Recovery
Many people and communities came to the aid of New Yorkers shortly after the Sept. 11 tragedies. To honor these efforts, Location One presents this exhibition of the many gifts of sympathy presented to the Borough of Manhattan. Begins today - Until Oct. 12.
Time: 12:00-6:00 PM
Location: Location One (www.location1.org)
26 Greene Street (between Canal and Grand Streets)
Contact: (212) 334-3347

September Concert
This series of concerts features a variety of music genres, from classical to rap, in citywide parks, schoolyards, restaurants and street corners. A full schedule of the day's performances is on the September Concert website.
Time: 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Location: Locations throughout the city
Contact: Call (212) 681-6430 or go to the September Concert website.

Interfaith Service of Prayer for Children with Music
A memorial interfaith prayer service marking the opening of the General Assembly, this service features music by the St. Bartholomew's Choir.
Time: 12:05 PM
Location: St. Bartholomew's Church
Park Avenue and 51st Street
Admission: Free
Contact: (212) 378-0222

1:00 PM

Attack and Aftermath: Documenting Sept. 11
The American Museum of the Moving Image is showing the documentary "WTC Uncut." Also at 3 P.M.
Time: 1:00 PM
Location: American Museum of the Moving Image
35th Avenue at 36th Street, Astoria
Admission: Free
Contact: Call (718) 784-0077

Reflections: Youth Respond to September 11
At the Studio Museum in Harlem, high school students reflect on 9/11 and are invited to share their perspectives through prose, spoken word and song.
Time: 1:00 PM
Location: Studio Museum in Harlem
Contact: (212) 864-4500

Sept. 11 Memorial Tribute Community Sing: Mozart's Requiem
In remembrance of the tragic events of Sept. 11, music lovers across the region are invited to come join Judith Clurman and the Juilliard Orchestra & Choral Union for a free afternoon performance of Mozart's 'Requiem.' Concertgoers may join in the choir -- please bring your own score -- or use the time for inspired meditation and reflection.
Time: 1:00 PM
Location: Juilliard Theater, Lincoln Center
Broadway at West 65th Street
Admission: Donations accepted, proceeds go to families of victims

On Walls in Ears
See work by children completed during the foundation's free Summer Art Workshop.
Time: 1:00PM-5 PM
Location: Foundation for Filipino Artists
319 Broadway, third floor (entrance on Thomas Street)
Contact: (212) 942-0386

2:00 PM

An Afternoon of Chanting and Meditation in Remembrance
Monks from the Staten Island Buddhist Vihara will lead a memorial
Time: 2:00-5:00 PM
Location: Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art
(www.tibetanmuseum.com)
338 Lighthouse Avenue (near Richmond Road)
Contact: (718) 987-3500 or (718) 850-2488
What People Did Last Time
Kathleen Hulser, public historian at The New York Historical Society, will facilitate a discussion of some of the ways New Yorkers have dealt with citywide tragedy in the past.
Time: 2:00 PM
Location: New York Historical Society
2 West 77th Street at Central Park West
Admission: Free
"One Year Later: Remembering Sept. 11."
An afternoon of reflection, concert hall open for contemplation and continuous readings by contributors to "110 Stories: New York Writes after Sept. 11." No tickets required.
Time:
2-6 PM
Location: 92nd Street Y
Lexington Avenue at 92nd Street.
Contact: (212) 415-5500
Commemorative Tree Planting
The Freedom Community Center in the Mott Haven section is planting a pair of white pines on the anniversary of the tragedy. A brief ceremony will honor the victims.
Time: 2:00 PM
Location: Millbrook Houses
137th Street between Cypress and Saint Ann's Avenues, Bronx
Cost: Free
Contact: (718) 402-2236

3:00 PM

Music of Remembrance at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
This concert in the Sculpture Hall, free with museum admission, features Judith Serkin, Stephanie Chase, Paula Robison, Edward Arron and Parthenia. On view in the American Wing will be the two chalkboards used by firefighters from the Met's neighboring companies that still bear, printed in chalk, the names of the firefighters who signed out of the firehouse on that morning. Also, to mark the anniversary of Sept. 11, curators in many of the museum's departments have selected works of art from the permanent collections that express humankind's indomitable spirit.
Time: 3:00 PM
Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art (www.metmuseum.org)
1000 Fifth Avenue (at 82nd Street)
Contact: (212) 535-7710

Attack and Aftermath: Documenting Sept. 11
The American Museum of the Moving Image is showing the documentary "WTC Uncut."
Time: 3:00 PM
Location: American Museum of the Moving Image
35th Avenue at 36th Street, Astoria
Admission: Free
Contact: Call (718) 784-0077

Peace: Responses to September 11
An intergenerational open mike poetry event for adults and teenagers.
Time: 3:30 PM
Location: New York Public Library
96th Street Regional Branch
112 East 96th Street (at Lexington Avenue)
Contact: (212) 289-0908

4:00 PM

Voices of Inspiration at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Readings in the Charles Engelhard Court of works by Auden, Dickinson, Hughes, Tennyson and others. On view in the American Wing will be the two chalkboards used by firefighters from the Met's neighboring companies that still bear, printed in chalk, the names of the firefighters who signed out of the firehouse on that morning. Also, to mark the anniversary of Sept. 11, curators in many of the museum's departments have selected works of art from the permanent collections that express humankind's indomitable spirit.
Time: 4:00 p.m.
Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art (www.metmuseum.org)
1000 Fifth Avenue ( 82nd Street)
Contact: (212) 535-7710

Staten Island Chamber Music Players Concert
Part of the Staten Island Historical Society 9/11 Commemoration.
Time: 4:00 PM
Location: Staten Island Historical Museum
441 Clarke Avenue,Staten Island
Admission: Free

"Manhattan"
Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) (www.bam.org) presents one of three free screenings of Woody Allen's valentine to the city.
Time: 4:30PM
Location: Rose Cinemas, 30 Lafayette Avenue (between St. Felix Street and Ashland Place)
Admission: Free
Contact: (718) 636-4100

Barnard College 9-11 Commemoration
Tree planting on Lehman Lawn to commemorate September 11.
Time: 4:30 p.m.
Location: Lehman Lawn at Columbia University
3009 Broadway, Manhattan

5:00 PM

Official city ceremonies are blue,
Concerts, films and plays are purple,
Conferences, talks and panel discussions are green,
Religious services, vigils and demonstrations are red,
Other commemorations and miscellaneous events are white.
Curatorial Perspectives on Collecting Tragedy
Jan Ramirez, New-York Historical Society Museum Director and Vice-Presiden, will discuss curatorial perspectives on collecting the artifacts of disaster, including when to collect, how, and how much, if at all?
Time: 5:00 PM
Location: Staten Island Historical Museum
441 Clarke Avenue,Staten Island
Admission: Free

Remembering and Responding to 9/11
A time for reflection, meditation and music.
Time: 5:00 PM
Location: Theatre of the Riverside Church (www.theriversidechurchny.org)
490 Riverside Drive (at 120th Street)

"Images of Storm"
Art exhibition by Erich J. Preis dedicated to a friend who was lost at the Pentagon, through Sept. 30;
Time:
opening reception 5-7 p.m.
Location: Huntington Public Library
338 Main St., Huntington.
Contact: (631) 423-0022.

"9/11: Art and Observance"
Juried art exhibit by School of Visual Art's faculty, opening reception, Time: Opening reception 5--8 PM; show runs through Oct. 9.
Location: Visual Arts Museum, 209 E. 23rd St.
Contact: (212) 592-2010

6:00 PM

Writers and Poets Reflect upon 9/11
WNYC Radio's Leonard Lopate will host a program of readings by Andre Aciman, Edward Rothstein, Galway Kinnel, Rick Moody, Paula Fox and others.
Time: 6:00 PM
Location: Brooklyn Public Library, Grand Army Plaza
(between Flatbush Avenue and Eastern Parkway)
Admission: Free
Contact: (718) 230-2100 or see www.brooklynpubliclibrary.org

AfterImages
A marathon of "reflective performances" by 33 artists from all disciplines, described as a consideration of how 9/11 continues to resonate in our personal and artistic lives. Performances every hour on the hour. Audiences welcome to stay for all shows or a single hour.
Time: Every hour on the hour, starting at 6:00 PM
Location: Dixon Place Theater
309 E. 26th St.
Admission:Suggested donation $10.
Contact: (212) 532-1546

Staten Island Chamber Rotary Chorus Concert
Part of the Staten Island Historical Society Commemoration of 9/11.
Time: 6:00 PM
Location: Staten Island Historical Museum
41 Clarke Avenue, Staten Island
Admission: Free

Alice Austen & Firefighters: Remembrance September 11
The museum and Staten Island firefighters hold a memorial for those
lost on Sept. 11.
Time: 6:00 PM
Location: Alice Austen House Museum (www.aliceausten.8m.com)
Two Hylan Boulevard (at Edgewater Street)
Contact: (718) 816-4506

The Juilliard School Commemorates Sept. 11.
"Spring Will Come Again," an evening of song and poetry led by Juilliard faculty, students and alumni.
Time:
6:00 PM
Location: Lincoln Center's Rose Building
Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse
165 W. 65th St., 10th floor.
Box office at 60 Lincoln Center Plaza.
Admission: Free.
Contact: (212) 769-7406.

Poetry After 9/11: An Anthology of New York Poets
Contemporary poets read works produced in the aftermath of Sept. 11.
Time: 6:30 PM
Location: New York Public Library
Mid-Manhattan Library 455 Fifth Avenue (at 40th Street)
Contact: (212) 340-0833

Poetry After 9/11: An Anthology of New York Poets
Contemporary poets read works produced in the aftermath of Sept. 11.
Time: 6:30 PM
Location: New York Public Library
New Amsterdam Branch (www.nypl.org/branch/man/lm.html)
9 Murray Street (between Broadway and Church Street)
Contact: (212) 732-8186

"Seen But Not Heard"
A documentary about four Mexican immigrants who were lost in the World Trade Center tragedy.
Time: 6:30 PM
Location: El Museo del Barrio www.elmuseo.org
1230 Fifth Avenue (at 104th Street)
Admission: Free
Contact: (212) 831-7272

NY Yankees vs. Baltimore Orioles Pre-Game 9/11
Commemorative Ceremony by the Boys Choir of Harlem (www.boyschoirofharlem.org)
The Boys Choir of Harlem performs during a pre-game ceremony of reflection.
Time: 6:30 PM
Location: Yankee Stadium
161st Street and River Avenue
Contact: (212) 289-1815

"Manhattan"
Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) (www.bam.org) presents one of three free screenings of Woody Allen's valentine to the city.
Time: 6:50PM
Location: Rose Cinemas, 30 Lafayette Avenue (between St. Felix Street and Ashland Place)
Admission: Free
Contact: (718) 636-4100

9/11 as History: The American Response
The first of three lectures by John Lewis Gaddis, Robert A. Lovett Professor of History at Yale University and an internationally renowned historian of the Cold War.
Time: 6:30 PM
Location: New York Public Library (www.nypl.org)
Humanities and Social Sciences Library (www.nypl.org/research/chss)
Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street
Contact: (212) 869-8089

Interfaith Service of Prayer
A memorial interfaith prayer service.
Time: 6:00 PM
Location: St. Bartholomew's Church
Park Avenue and 51st Street
Admission: Free
Contact: (212) 378-0222

"Evening of Recovery, Reflection and Community Wellness: Remembering the Events of Sept. 11, 2001."
Respite for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people and others. In addition, space will be available at the center for people to gather on Sept. 11, counselors will be on hand.
Time:
6:00-9:00 PM
Location: The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center, 208 W. 13th St.
Contact: (212) 620-7310.

Days of Awe: Reflections From Ground Zero by the Jewish Chaplains
Jewish Chaplains of the National Guard, Police and Fire Departments share personal experiences of their time spent at ground zero. A video installation by Peter and Lisa Cunningham creates a contemplative environment for personal reflection.
Time: 6:30 PM
Location: Center for Jewish History (www.cjh.org)
15 West 16th Street (between Fifth Avenue and Avenue of the Americas)
(212) 294-8301
Admission: Free
Contact: Call (917) 606-8200 for reservations

7:00 PM

Official city ceremonies are blue,
Concerts, films and plays are purple,
Conferences, talks and panel discussions are green,
Religious services, vigils and demonstrations are red,
Other commemorations and miscellaneous events are white.

"Five Bells For 9/11"
Written by Rich Swingle and directed by Mac Nelson, this play looks at the separate stories of a fireman, a clergyman and a Morgan Stanley employee from 9/11.
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Lamb's Theater
W. 44th between 6th Ave. and Broadway
Admission: Donations accepted, proceeds go to families of victims.

Post 9/11 Bronx
At the Bronx Museum of the Arts, an evening that includes performance by hip hop and spoken word artists, and a screening of the documentary Hip Hop Hope, directed by Darrel Wilks. Until 9 P.M.
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Bronx Museum of the Arts
1040 Grand Concource, Bronx
Admission: Free
Contact: (718) 681-6000 x120

Reading and Performance: Race for the Sky
Folklorist Steve Zeitlin, executive director of CityLore, will read and discuss poems inspired by the events of September 11. The program will conclude with a performance by vocalist Lisa Radakovich Holsberg, who will be singing excerpts from the larger commemorative work Race for the Sky, which was set to music by composer Richard Pearson Thomas.
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: New York Historical Society
2 West 77th Street at Central Park West
Admission: Free

Tribute to Grace and Hope
This night of tribute will feature Christian music by Fred Hammond, Steven Curtis Chapman, Toby Mac, Third Day and Marcos Witt. A NYC fire fighter, police officer, WTC survivors, and local pastors will give testimonies of grace from Ground Zero.
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Madison Square Garden
7th Avenue at 34th Street
Contact: Go to http://www.jammintribute911.com/

AfterImages
A marathon of "reflective performances" by 33 artists from all disciplines, described as a consideration of how 9/11 continues to resonate in our personal and artistic lives. Performances every hour on the hour. Audiences welcome to stay for all shows or a single hour.
Time: Every hour on the hour, starting at 6:00 PM
Location: Dixon Place Theater
309 E. 26th St.
Admission: Suggested donation $10.
Contact: (212) 532-1546


9/11 Short Films Screening
At its landmark firehouse building, Downtown Community Television
Center (www.dctvny.org) will screen 11 short narrative films that present a wide array of perspectives on Sept. 11.
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: DCTV 87 Lafayette Street (between White and Walker Streets)
Admission: Free
Contact: (212) 966-4510

September 11 Memorial
Memorial concert at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine.
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Cathedral of St. John the Divine
1047 Amsterdam Avenue (at 112th Street)
Admission: Free
Contact: (212) 316-7540 or www.stjohndivine.org

September 11: In Our Own Words
A collection of personal stories about Sept. 11 combined with cello,
guitar, violin, drums, singing and modern dance.
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Six Figures
West End Theater, 263 West 86th Street, second floor
(between Broadway and West End Avenue)
Contact: (212) 696-8931

"Friends" by Ton Lakay Dance Theatre
The company will present this sacred dance, dedicated to the heroes of Sept.11, as part of a memorial.
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: St. Augustine Roman Catholic Church
1116 Avenue of the Americas
(at 39th Street)
Admission: Free
Contact: (718) 377-6738
Admission: Free

Musicians for Peace
Jews and Arabs performing together. Part of the September Concert
(www.septemberconcert.org.), different musical events, performed at
venues throughout the city on September 11.
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: New York Society for Ethical Culture
2 West 64th Street at Central Park West.
Contact: (212) 681-6430

Benita Charles and Friends
Part of the September Concert (www.septemberconcert.org.), different musical events, performed at venues throughout the city on September 11.
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Triad Theater, 158 West 72nd Street
Contact: (212) 681-6430

New York University Commemorates 9/11
Candlelight Vigil in Washington Square Park.
Time:
7:00 PM
Location: Washington Square Park
Contact: (212) 998-6840

Through a New Lens? Thinking About American History After September 11

Have the events of Sept. 11 made us think differently about American history? Distinguished historians Eric Foner and Thomas Bender consider this question in a community forum.
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Museum of the City of New York (www.mcny.org)
1220 Fifth Avenue (at 103rd Street)
Admission: Free
Contact: (212) 534-1672

Interfaith Service of Prayer
A memorial interfaith prayer service, followed by a candlelight procession to the fire and police stations on 51st Street.
Time: 7:30 PM
Location: St. Bartholomew's Church
Park Avenue and 51st Street
Admission: Free
Contact: (212) 378-0222

Richmond County Bank Ballpark Memorial
The recently built home of the minor-league baseball team the Staten Island Yankees is host to this interfaith assembly, featuring religious leaders from thec ommunity and a performance by the Richmond Choral Society.
Time: 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: Richmond County Bank Ballpark
75 Richmond Terrace at Schuyler Street
Admission: Free
Contact: (718) 816-2133

The September 11th Testimony Project
An oral history presented by the Worklight Theatre Company and St. Peter's Church.
Time: 7:30 PM
Location: St. Peter's Church
619 Lexington Avenue at 54th Street
Admission: Donations to benefit the September 11th Fund gratefully accepted.

AntiGravity: An American Band
Benefit performance by an aerial dance and performing-artist group.
Time: 7:30 PM
Location: Exit Nightclub
610 W. 56th St.
Admission: $20 suggested donation benefits Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
Contact: ( 212) 279-0790

An Evening of Arts and Expression
Readings and music at Makor.
Time:
7:30 PM
Location:
Makor
35 W. 67th St.
Admission:
free but tickets are required.

Joe Davidson with Special Guest Artists
Part of the September Concert (www.septemberconcert.org.), different musical events, performed at venues throughout the city on September 11.
Time: 7:30 PM
Location: The Living Room
84 Stanton Street at Allen Street
Contact: (212) 681-6430

Memorial Concert
In honor of Father Mychal Judge and all the victims of Sept. 11, a choir of 90 singers performs Fauré's Requiem accompanied by a chamber orchestra.
Time: 7:30 PM
Location: Church of St. Francis of Assisi, 319 Maple Street (between New York and Nostrand Avenues)
Admission: free
Contact: (718) 756-2015

Memorial Prayer Service
For friends and family members of 9-11 victims
Time: Evening of Wednesday, September 11
Location: Berean Missionary Baptist Church, Brooklyn

Sunset The City's Official Ceremony Continues
An observance in Battery Park near The Sphere, the sculpture that once stood in the plaza of the World Trade Center and that is now part of the temporary memorial to the victims of 9/11. Heads of state from around the world will be invited to join that ceremony during which an eternal flame will be lit. Mayor Bloomberg will read Franklin Delano Roosevelt's Four Freedoms. The city's official ceremonies will also include candlelight gatherings in each of the five boroughs, in Central Park, Van Cortland Park, Prospect Park, Flushing Meadows Park and Snug Harbor.
Time: Sunset
Location: Battery Park

 

8:00 PM

 

Official city ceremonies are blue,
Concerts, films and plays are purple,
Conferences, talks and panel discussions are green,
Religious services, vigils and demonstrations are red,
Other commemorations and miscellaneous events are white.

Brave New World
To commemorate the one-year anniversary of Sept. 11, New York's theatrical community presents 'Brave New World,' a benefit honoring Sept. 11 heroes and victims. All proceeds go to The New York Children's Foundation, an organization established to assist kids who were affected by the terrorist attacks. The tribute includes four different programs.
Time: 8:00 PM
Location: Town Hall
123 West 43rd Street

AfterImages
A marathon of "reflective performances" by 33 artists from all disciplines, described as a consideration of how 9/11 continues to resonate in our personal and artistic lives. Performances every hour on the hour. Audiences welcome to stay for all shows or a single hour.
Time: Every hour on the hour, starting at 6:00 PM
Location: Dixon Place Theater
309 E. 26th St.
Admission: Suggested donation $10.
Contact: (212) 532-1546

"The Guys"
Play about a fire captain and a journalist who writes eulogies for eight of his deceased men; The Flea Theater production features Sigourney Weaver.
Time:
8:00 PM
Location: Vivian Beaumont Theater at Lincoln Center 150 W. 65th St.
Admission: Free tickets will be distributed at noon on Sept. 11, two per person.
Contact: (212) 362-7600.

"A Concert for Remembrance"
Chamber music concert in memory of Welles Remy Crowther and Stacey Sennas McGowen, Grace Episcopal Church communicants who lost their lives in the attacks on Sept. 11. Dessert reception follows.
Time: 8:00 PM
Location: Grace Episocpal Church
130 First Ave., Nyack, N.Y.
Admission: Free
Contact: (845) 353-6339.

An Evening of Memorial and Renewal
Readings, music and dance.
Time: 8:00 PM
Location: 92nd Street Y
Lexington Avenue and 92nd Street.
Admission: Free but tickets required
Contact: (212) 415-5500.

Soundclock: September 11 Memorial Concert
Twenty composers from the New York area and beyond, including George Crumb and P.J. Anderson, contribute to this compilation concert.
Time: 8:00 PM
Location: Merkin Concert Hall
Elaine Kaufman Cultural Center (www.ekcc.org)
Abraham Goodman House, 129 West 67th Street
(between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue)
Contact: (212) 501-3330

"9/11 and the High Holidays: Remembering the Past, Preparing for the Future"
Lecture sponsored by the Mesorah Center for Continuing Jewish Education.
Time: 8:00 PM
Location: Suffolk Jewish Community Center
74 Hauppauge Rd., Commack.
Contact: (631) 425-2397.

9:00 PM

Candlelight Vigil at Barnard College
Time: 9:00 PM
Location: Barnard College
3009 Broadway AfterImages
A marathon of "reflective performances" by 33 artists from all disciplines, described as a consideration of how 9/11 continues to resonate in our personal and artistic lives. Performances every hour on the hour. Audiences welcome to stay for all shows or a single hour.
Time: Every hour on the hour, starting at 6:00 PM
Location: Dixon Place Theater
309 E. 26th St.
Admission: Suggested donation $10.
Contact: (212) 532-1546
"Manhattan"
Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) (www.bam.org) presents one of three free screenings of Woody Allen's valentine to the city.
Time: 9:10PM
Location: Rose Cinemas, 30 Lafayette Avenue (between St. Felix Street and Ashland Place)
Admission: Free
Contact: (718) 636-4100

10:00 PM

AfterImages
A marathon of "reflective performances" by 33 artists from all disciplines, described as a consideration of how 9/11 continues to resonate in our personal and artistic lives. Performances every hour on the hour. Audiences welcome to stay for all shows or a single hour.
Time: Every hour on the hour, starting at 6:00 PM
Location: Dixon Place Theater
309 E. 26th St.
Admission: Suggested donation $10.
Contact: (212) 532-1546