Sunday Schedule
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9:00 AM10:00 AM49YogaFree Yoga on the BeachBeach in front of Tropicana Atlantic CityTropicana Atlantic CityTropicana Atlantic City invites the community to join AtlantiCare LifeCenter Fitness’ health and fitness instructors for Yoga on the Beach sessions. Yoga sessions are free and open to the public.
9:00 AM4:00 PM22Chalk ArtChalk MuralOur Lady Star of the Sea School, 15 N California AveMaria Bernard, Our Lady Star of the Sea School3-D Chalk art by the students of Our Lady Star of the Sea School
10:00 AM1:00 PM18DanceBallet on the BoardwalkKennedy PlazaAtlantic City BalletDemonstrations of classical and modern ballet techniques and performances of excerpts from repertoire. Possibly some interactive time for the audience to learn to dance!
10:00 AM2:00 PMP4Community Partner EventGo Fish! Paper Fish DesignOne Stop Bait & Tackle, 416 Atlantic AvenueOne Stop Bait & TackleDrop by One Stop Bait & Tackle to decorate paper fish and experience a favorite local shop!
10:00 AM4:00 PM8Installation/ExhibitLarge-scale sand mandalaBeach near Kennedy PlazaErika MatyokOriginal large-scale on-site mandala drawings in the sand at low tide created by individually handcrafted bamboo rake.

Watch process from 10:00 AM until peak viewing time at 11:32 AM; visible until high tide.
10:00 AM4:00 PM119Community ActivityZen GardensBeach at Kennedy PlazaAtlantic City Junior Chamber
11:00 AM12:00 PM9YogaYOGA and SUNSHINEBoardwalk pavillion, between Bartram & Columbia AvesInstructor:Kris Waldron
Leader: Anne Marie Randall
Kris Waldron of Body Architects is a certified yoga instructor and personal trainer. This is free yoga!
11:00 AM1:00 PM52Live MusicNick CastilloGardner's Basin, Amphitheater. 800 N. New Hampshire AveNick Castillo
11:00 AM1:00 PM16Live MusicLocksmith ConcertHarold R. Brown Memorial ParkLocksmithsLocksmith is a six piece blues and rock band. We plan to play for an hour or two, if the time is available, at the hub in the 5th Ward.
11:00 AM4:00 PM93Community ActivityDiscover A New YouNoyes Arts Garage, 2200 Fairmount AveChristopher GalluccioChris will photograph who people want to be rather than who they are, taking guests through my process to reveal who they really are and photograph you. He will email you the photo or set up a small exhibit with the finished prints, revealing their masterpiece.
11:00 AM4:00 PM97PhotographyCaptured the LightNoyes Arts Garage, 2200 Fairmont Ave - Arts Alley FenceRachel TregearIt is my own photography I've done in the past few months.
11:00 AM4:00 PM40Garden ToursFirst Ward Garden ToursAbsecon Lighthouse, 31 S. Rhode Island AveAbsecon LighthouseCome see the gardens in the first ward!
11:00 AM4:00 PMP4Community ActivityKids Kite-FlyingAbsecon Lighthouse, 31 S. Rhode Island AvenueAbsecon LighthouseFly kites while visiting New Jersey's Tallest Light!
11:00 AM7:00 PM74Installation/ExhibitPeople Crossing OverThe Claridge, Noyes Art Gallery, 123 S. Indiana AvenueJackie NealeMural-size cyanotype banners. Abstract blue imprints demonstrate that we are all human and have beautiful souls.
11:00 AM7:00 PM117Installation/ExhibitThe Musical Legacy of Atlantic CityThe Claridge, Noyes Art Gallery, 123 S. Indiana AvenueJustin MaciejewskiThis exhibit curated by JUSTIN MACIEJEWSKI celebrates the history of music in Atlantic City and features images of gospel musicians, Tryout Town, The Rat Pack, The Beatles, the disco church, Rumba/Latin dance competitions, Chicken Bone Beach jazz, and Kentucky Ave.
11:00 AM7:00 PM116PhotographyDark WatersThe Noyes Gallery at Claridge, 123 S. Indiana AveMiko ColonDark Waters will be the first solo exhibition by Atlantic City street photographer The Moon Beast. This exhibition marks The Moon Beast’s tenth year as a photographer and serves as a reflection of his experience as an Atlantic City artist and resident. The photographs featured in this exhibition will explore lightness, darkness, and the shades that exist in between. The photos – all black & white – play with different perspectives and textures in order to display the most complete picture of Atlantic City’s landscape. With his artwork, The Moon Beast demonstrates powerfully his love for Atlantic City, despite its imperfections and challenges. In the story woven through these photographs, he aims to illuminate the city’s beauty and spread light in a dark place.
11:00 AM-71InteractiveMiniartworkHidden around the city. Follow the @miniartwork on Instagram for clues!Julian MillerI hide miniature pieces of art for people to find. I take photos of my hand drawn miniart with a scenic recognizable location in the background. Then I post it on social media leaving clues so people can find it. People locate the miniart by using the location in the background of the photo. Once they find the miniart, I have a hand written message encouraging whomever to Direct Message me with a photo notifying me that its been found so I can repost it on my page to allow people to know its found so they can stop searching. Its a fun interactive way to show people my work.
12:00 PM2:00 PM12Poetry/Spoken WordAtlantic City LivesDante Hall Theater, 14 N MississippiPeter Murphy & Michael McGarvey"With wood engravings by Michael McGarvey and poems by Peter E. Murphy, Atlantic City Lives explores the stories of the people of “America's Favorite Playground,” during and after its gambling heyday."
12:00 PM5:00 PM109PhotographyA City Through Kids EyesTaking photos around the event Follow the hashtag #lightshooters on Instagram.Nastassia Davis, LightshootersStudents from the community will be photographing the city, following the instruction of Photo Teacher, Nastassia Davis, by using their smartphones, to bring awareness to ART & 48 Blocks. They’re be taught basic composition and color theory lessons in photography.
12:00 PM6:00 PMP6Community Partner EventFood Truck FestivalThe Claridge, 123 S. Indiana AvenueThe ClaridgeThe Claridge - a Radisson Hotel Presents: 3rd Annual Atlantic City Food Truck Festival! Sample a range of culinary dishes from American comfort to Seafood, Barbeque, Desserts and more.
1:00 PM2:00 PM14Poetry/Spoken WordSpoken WordGardner's Basin, Ampitheater & Wandering. 800 N. New Hampshire AveAmbition the PoetEnjoy the live poetry stylings of Brian Harper aka Ambition the Poet.
1:00 PM3:00 PM10Community ActivityButterflies Are FreeBuenaVista Beauty Salon & Barbershop, 4209 Ventnor AveCindy OwenLocated at the butterfly wing mural. Decorate butterfly masks using multi colored washable markers. Create chalk art on the sidewalk.

All art supplies were donated by “The Atlantic City Beautification Committee”.
1:00 PM3:00 PM15Live MusicThe Craig Carey BandHarold R. Brown Memorial ParkThe Craig Carey BandRock, Blues, Reggae, Folky, Jazzy Jamming fun Music for dancing, moving and grooving!
1:00 PM6:00 PM83Community ActivityMessage In A BottleLittle Water DistilieryJeanette Silva,Little Water DistilleryPatrons will have the oppurtunity to personalize bottles of 48 Blocks Vodka when they make a donation
1:00 PM6:00 PM85Community ActivityBocce CourtLittle Water DistilleryJim DessicinoI will build a Bocce Court for people to play the popular Italian ball game. The game is simple to play by people of any age. On the same court an alternative of the game called Boccia can be played by people with impaired motor skills. Bocce is a community building activity. This court will facilitate positive community interaction beyond the duration of the 2018, 48 Blocks AC event.
1:00 PM6:00 PM84Garden ToursFirst Ward Garden ToursLittle Water DistilieryMark Ganter & Elsa Sanchez, Little Water DistilleryCome see the gardens in the first ward!
2:00 PM3:00 PM88YogaQigong/Tai Chi classKingston Ave ParkDiane RamftlIntroduction to these ancient healing practices.
2:00 PM4:00 PM41YogaLight as a Feather Yoga TrapezeAltman Playground, 101 Pacific Ave"Free yoga trapeze discovery clasess - a great way to expand knowledge on yoga trapeze. Each 20 minute workshop can accomodate 2 people. You can register in advance by emailing Stacia at First come first serve!

Workshop Schedule June 23rd

Workshop Schedule June 24th
2:00 PM4:00 PM95Live MusicJohn Lennon Sculpture and Music PerformanceOcean Club Condominiums Boardwalk Walkway, at John Lennon sculptureSculpture by Kevin C. Brady
Music by Jose Machuca, Andy Zweig and John Meli.
An 8 foot high bronze sculpture of John Lennon, depicted from 3 views will be on display on Ocean Club property adjoining the boardwalk. The Project will include live performances of the music of John Lennon and the Beatles.
2:00 PM4:00 PM11Live MusicBay Atlantic SymphonyDante Hall Theater, 14 N MississippiBay Atlantic Symphony

Music Director, Jed Gaylin and Principal Clarinetist, Christopher Di Santo in recital; performing works by Schubert, Mozart, Weber and Vaughan Williams!
Bay Atlantic Symphony is a performance and an education organization with its artistic vision driven by the philosophy that music is essential to life. The Symphony provides access to excellence in performance, music training and teaching that enhances the musicians, presenters, and the participants.

Led by Music Director, Jed Gaylin, the Bay Atlantic Symphony is a per-service orchestra comprised of union musicians. The orchestra performs over 15 full symphonic concerts per year in venues throughout southern New Jersey.
2:00 PM5:30 PM19Live MusicJoyful Sounds of Praise from the BoardwalkKennedy PlazaBeverly VaughnThis project will feature a fast paced, engaging, audience- pleasing concert of gospel and other types of religious representing the diverse communities which so enriched the cultural, artistic and creative and fabric of Atlantic City! It should be filled with a bright spot in everyone's day!
2:30 PM4:30 PM13Live MusicStevi LeighGardner's Basin, Amphitheater. 800 N. New Hampshire AveStevi Leigh
3:00 PM5:00 PM17Live MusicArtist ConcertsHarold R. Brown Memorial ParkDJ Young HittaArtist show cases
7:00 PM9:00 PM20Poetry/Spoken WordStory SlamLittle Water DistilieryTravis Love, Stockton UniversityThe theme is "In Retrospect" We are going to have speakers talk about their neighborhoods and experiences living Atlantic City
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