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This website is a project of the NYC Veterans Alliance to connect our community of veterans, military members, and their families across the NYC Metro area with events, opportunities, organizations, and resources to improve their lives and empower them. Events and Bulletin Board posts are submitted and managed by various organizations across the NYC Metro area; please address questions or concerns directly to the point of contact listed for each post. This listing is for informational purposes and does not constitute endorsement. 

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  • Thursday, May 24, 2018 at 06:00 PM
    WeWork in New York, NY

    Bunker Brews: Avoiding Legal Landmines for Startups

    Bunker Labs NYC hosts Bunker Brews: Avoiding Legal Landmines for Startups on May 24, 6-8:30pm. 

    If you are thinking about launching a business or are in the process, you must know what landmines are lurking that can hurt your potential for success and growth. Come spend a fun happy hour with the Bunker Labs NYC's coolest businesses, get practical advice on how to protect your new startup, and avoid common traps as you navigate the launch, funding, and initial growth of your company. Learn how to launch your startup the right way from partner Ropes and Gray, and enjoy some food and beer - what could be better? In about 60 minutes, you will be entertained and get practical advice on how to how to avoid the most common but damaging mistakes that many founders make launching.

    Register here.

    What is Bunker Brews?

    A monthly meet-up or happy hour where the Bunker Labs community - veterans, military spouses, and civilians alike - can network with subject matter experts, investors, thought leaders, and more, creating a robust environment for growth and development. They showcase veteran start-ups, have discussions with leading entrepreneurs and network with community leaders. These events include pitch competitions, panel discussions, networking opportunities, beer and more! They welcome all veterans, military personnel, entrepreneurs, innovators, intrapreneurs and community leaders.

  • Thursday, May 31, 2018 at 07:00 PM

    UWVC Cocktails for Courage 2018

    Attend Cocktails for Courage on May 31, 7-11pm, a reception aboard the USS Intrepid to help support the worthy efforts of the United War Veterans Council.

    All proceeds will support the UWVC's mission to honor the service of America's veterans through a variety of initiatives, programs and services – and raise awareness about the importance of providing all veterans and their families with the care, recognition and opportunities they have rightfully earned.

    Watch for updates on Facebook. Purchase tickets here.

  • Friday, June 01, 2018 at 07:00 PM
    The Soldiers Sailors Club in New York, NY

    What Russia Can Teach Us about War

    The New York Military Affairs Symposium hosts What Russia Can Teach Us about War on June 1, at 7pm. Led by Reina Pennington, Norwich University. 

    NYMAS talks are free and open to the public. NYMAS is supported in part by a grant from the New York Council for the Humanities.

     

  • Friday, June 08, 2018 at 10:00 AM
    Huntington Opportunity Resource Center in Huntington Station, NY

    Huntington Veteran Services Day

    Connect with Veteran Service providers, Human Services providers, and other not-for-profit agencies during Huntington Opportunity Resource Center's Veteran Services Day on June 8, 10am-3pm.

    This is a quarterly full-service meet-up.

     

  • Friday, June 08, 2018 at 08:00 PM
    Symphony Space in New York, NY

    James Reese Europe WWI Centennial Harlem Hellfighters Tribute Concert

    Attend the WWI Centennial Tribute to James Reese Europe and the Harlem Hellfighters on June 8, 8-10pm. The event is co-sponsored by the New York Jazzharmonic, the NYC Veterans Alliance, and the National WWI Centennial Commission.

    In 1918, James Reese Europe took the Harlem Hellfighters' band to France as part of the Allied Expeditionary forces, introducing jazz to the continent. His military commission was the culmination of an amazing career that had already seen this American hero make huge contributions to African-American history, labor history, New York cultural history, and music history.

    The New York Jazzharmonic Trad-Jazz Sextet, under the direction of bassist Ron Wasserman, will perform new arrangements of Europe's music from his pre and post-military periods, including recreating some of his important collaborations with Noble Sissle with vocalist Aubrey Barnes. Some of these numbers were recorded by the NYJ on their recent release, "Take A Bow,"

    As an extra special treat, Gene Peters, noted collector of rare & historic African American artifacts, will display his special James Reese Europe Tribute Exhibit, which includes both antique musical instruments and military artifacts.

    More information is available on the NY Jazzharmonic web site, www.nyjazzharmonic.org.

    A few limited donated tickets will be available for veterans, reservations required.

    Purchase tickets here.

  • Sunday, June 10, 2018 at 11:00 AM
    Federal Hall in New York, NY

    Army Week Go Ruck

    Army Week Association partners with United War Veterans Council, GoRuck, & Team RWB for a historic Ruck March through the Financial District of Lower Manhattan on June 10, 11am-2pm. Begin at Federal Hall, ruck up Wall Street, past the Vietnam Veterans, WWI, and Korean War Memorials, ruck up the Canyon of Heroes, past the Raging Bull and Fearless Girl, up to the Green Beret Horse Soldier Statue, and end at the WTC Reflecting Pools. Bring a ruck and a flag and come march with us.

    RSVP here.

  • Sunday, June 10, 2018 at 12:00 PM
    Saddlerock Ranch in Middle Island, NY

    Project9line Family Fun Day

    Project9line partners with Great Strides Long Island for a Family Fun Day on June 10, 12-4pm. Enjoy food, entertainment, horses, chili contests, games, and vendors.

  • Monday, June 11, 2018 at 05:30 PM
    Carlo's Bakery in Jersey City, NJ

    Army Week with The Cake Boss

    Army Week Association and Cake Boss invite Gold Star Families, Blue Star Families, Veterans, and Active Military to the Carlo’s Bakery Cake Factory on June 11, 5:30-7:30pm. Tour the Jersey City factory made famous on the show "The Cake Boss", get a lesson in cake decorating like the pros, and then decorate your own special cake to take home and enjoy with your family.

    RSVP here.

  • Thursday, June 14, 2018 at 06:00 PM
    New York Athletic Club in New York, NY

    243rd United States Army Birthday Gala

    Army Week Association presents the 243rd United States Army Birthday Gala on June 14, 6-11pm. Dress is black tie or mess dress. RSVP to rsvp@armyweek.org.

    In 2018, AWA will be honoring the 369th Infantry Regiment Harlem Hellfighters and the prestigious Soldier for Life recipient will be U.S. Army Vietnam Veteran Mr. Harry G. Robinson, III.

    Mr. Robinson served as a Ranger-qualified Combat Unit Commander in South Vietnam, achieving the rank of 1st Lieutenant and earning a Bronze Star and Purple Heart. About being selected as the recipient of the Soldier for Life award, Mr. Robinson says, “The elegance and power of the word “Soldier” has inspired me since my childhood. Everything that I have achieved was developed from my military service, from high school ROTC through Vietnam. Of all the titles I have had, “Soldier,” is the one I am most proud of.”

     

  • Friday, June 15, 2018 at 07:00 PM
    The Soldiers Sailors Club in New York, NY

    Merging Competing Militaries After Civil Wars

    The New York Military Affairs Symposium hosts Merging Competing Militaries After Civil Wars on June 15, at 7pm. Led by Roy Licklider, Rutgers University & Saltzman Institute for War and Peace Studies, Columbia University. 

    NYMAS talks are free and open to the public. NYMAS is supported in part by a grant from the New York Council for the Humanities.