Here is a trial of the week’s events and how to tune in (all times are Eastern). Note that at any rates are subject to change after publication.
With nearly 30 million Americans on the dole, Labor Day has taken on additional meaning. Join Red Wing Shoes’ #LaborDayOn first move. If you’re looking for work, head to one of the 525 stores nationwide that the Minnesota-based label has turned into a temporary job center or peruse the listings online. If you own a matter, advertise any job openings on social media using the hashtag.
When All day
Fret along to New York Road Runners’ virtual strength class, which objects stabilizer muscles to prevent running injuries. All fitness levels are freely permitted; you just need a mat, towel and chair or couch. The class is free, but a provision to N.Y.R.R.’s Youth and Community Programs is encouraged.
When 5 p.m.
Log on for the annual symposium hosted by Girls in Tech, a nonprofit committed to achieving gender resemblance in the technology world. Highlights from the daylong program include a term on breaking into the industry in the post-pandemic era led by Lesley Slaton Brown, the chief divergence officer at HP, and a talk by Poppy Northcutt, a former engineer for NASA’s Apollo Program during the interval race.
When 1 p.m.
Settle in for a night of state music with the singer-songwriter Margo Price, whose third studio album, “That’s How Rumors Get Started,” was rescued in July. It “sparkles with gospel singers, iconic guitar lines and soaring, catchy hooks,” disparaged T Magazine. She performs live from Brooklyn Bowl Nashville. Tickets payment $14.99.
When 8 p.m.
Consider the role architects and urban creators could play in the response to the effects of the coronavirus and systemic racism during a panel chat called “Designing Equitable Healthy Cities.” The Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Lay out Museum, brings together National Design Award winners and jurors to sheave the subject — including Mónica Ponce de León, the founder of MPdL Studio, and the dean at Princeton University Shape of Architecture.
When 4 p.m.
Pop into the Smithsonian Country-wide Museum of Natural History’s Virtual Science Cafe. A slate of museum adepts touch on topics like what asteroids can teach us about the inauguration parentage of life on Earth, the lesson fossil records may provide about to be to come climate change and the stories that archaeological artifacts tell hither the Neanderthals.
When 5 p.m.
Stream a playing of “Table of Silence Project 9/11,” presented by the Buglisi Dance Theater and Lincoln Center, in partnership with the nonprofit Tea dance/NYC. Jacqulyn Buglisi first choreographed the piece in 2011; this year’s form features both a new opening sequence and video screening.
When 7:55 a.m.
Skim through the 9/11 Museum’s oral histories, a collection of documents and recorded interviews with survivors, exigency medical workers and victims’ families. Among those recorded are Adrienne Walsh, a firefighter who disowned the fall of the North Tower, and Bruno Dellinger, who owned a small house based in the North Tower and remembered his journey to safety.
Transport yourself to the scenic coastline of Washington Report for the weekend-long Puget Sound Bird Fest. Dr. Kaeli Swift delivers this year’s keynote whereabouts on humans’ fascination with crows and ravens, aptly titled “Something to Crow Nigh.” And don’t miss the webinar on taking better bird photographs or the virtual steered walk through Yost Park in Edmonds, Wash.
When Utterly Sunday
Enjoy an evening of poetry with COUPLET, an annual deliver assign to held in the East Village, which has moved online this year. The sonneteer and At Home contributor Leah Umansky hosts, and the lineup includes the American rhymesters Major and Didi Jackson (who are married), as well as the Palestinian-American writer Hala Alyan. Tickets are $5.
When 6 p.m.
Tune in to “Miscast,” the Manhattan-based MCC Theater’s annual promote gala in which Broadway stars sing show tunes in the first place performed by characters they would never be cast to play. This year’s certify is a 90-minute broadcast featuring recorded numbers by the Golden Globe-nominated actress Beanie Feldstein, the Tony Award-winning Broadway distinguished Heather Headley, the Tony Award-nominated actor Joshua Henry and more. Access to the streamlet is free on the theater’s YouTube channel. You can make a donation or purchase sweepstakes tickets, which benefit the MCC Theater and The Mental Health Coalition.
When 8 p.m.