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Join us for a fun evening on Tuesday, 31 March 2015
as we present the documentary film, Liemba!
Before there was the African Queen, before there was the
East River Ferry and the NYC Ferry plan, there was Liemba!
A ferry connecting communities and people with
work on the great Lake Tanganyika.
Come see this warming and entertaining documentary
about the 100-year-old vessel; its history, interviews
with the people who run and use it; and hear
the marvelous sound track of East Africa music.
A panel discussion will follow the screening of the documentary.
Refreshments and beverages served after the event.
31 March 2015
6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Check-in begins at 5:30 p.m.
Community Church of New York
40 East 35th Street (btwn Madison & Park)
New York, NY 10016
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Half Moon is preparing for her journey to her new home in across the Atlantic.
[Post edited due to comment received from “Captain Willy”.
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TimesUnion.com: According to the New Netherland Museum, the Half Moon will leave Verplanck in Westchester County “before mid-March” and head toward a New York City farewell celebration. It will travel to Boston to participate in a feature movie filmed from helicopters and boats.
The ship will rendezvous with a transatlantic transport vessel in Rhode Island which will transport it to the Netherlands by the end of April.
The Half Moon is expected to arrive at Hoorn’s Westfries Museum, which is on inland waters called the Ijsselmeer — once called the Zuider Zee — on May 22 and 23, with the American ambassador on hand, according to the New Netherland Museum.
Read more from TimesUnion.com here…
by Mai Armstrong for the Working Harbor Committee