what are you up to this time tomorrow?? We're holding an exhibition viewing tomorrow at 111 Grand Street in #Williamsburg for all you mfkrs who missed the opening 🔂 come have a glass of wine and meet the other fabulous artistes!
Allow us to introduce ourselves 👋
We’re the founders of Mental NYC. We started Mental because we were craving a fitness experience that truly valued both the mental and physical benefits of the offering. Through starting this venture we’ve met so many of you who are looking for the same thing, both in a fitness experience and a fitness community.
We are thrilled to continue building this with all of you in mind. Join us this Saturday back @northbrooklynfarms , where it all began, for our 10th event! 🤩 Details and RSVP info at link in bio.
If you want to learn more about how and why we started, hop over to @themvmt.collective to listen to our first ever podcast with @laurenschrammfit.
-Sarah O’Shea & Brendan Murphy
What stories still need to be told? Join renowned panelists this Friday, Oct. 18 at 5:30 p.m. as they grapple with this question and others in the free, public final segment of our series commemorating the 40th anniversary of African American Interpretation. Featuring the following panelists: .
Featuring the following panelists:
• Christy Coleman, CEO of the American Civil War Museum and former Colonial Williamsburg director of program development
• Dierdre Jones, Colonial Williamsburg programming lead, actor interpreters
•Anika Noni Rose, Tony-award winner, NAACP Image Award nominee, the voice of Princess Tiana in Disney’s “The Princess and the Frog” and 2019 Colonial Williamsburg Revolutionary in Residence
• Stephen Seals, Colonial Williamsburg actor-interpreter and program manager for the 40th anniversary of African-American interpretation (moderator)
• Michael Twitty, culinary historian and author of “The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African American Culinary History in the Old South,” recipient of the 2018 James Beard Foundation Book Award for Writing and Book of the Year
• Robert C. Watson, assistant professor of history at Hampton University and former Colonial Williamsburg director of African-American programming
Click the link in our bio for more information. @colonialwmsburg .
I swear I don’t ALWAYS look like I’m causing trouble but here we are🥴
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Today’s one of those days where there’s a rather long to do list but it’s hard to get out of bed to get the first to do ticked off the list. But captioning this post made me realize I sound like a bum (seriously) so right after this caption, I’m going to get done my first to do - walk Miso.