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Vigils, Religious Services, and Commemorative Events

Central Park Memorial Gathering
This event has been postponed.

St. Patrick's Cathedral
Special service will be held on Saturday, September 22, at 9:30 am.
Fifth Ave. at 50th St., (212) 753-2261

Metropolitan Museum of Art
"Sounds of Solace," a series of free concerts
Through Saturday, September 23, daily at 1pm

Remembering the Victims
New York Times online memorial.

WTC Memorial/Missing Page

St. John's Cathedral
Vigil at 6pm every evening
1047 Amsterdam Ave., at 112th St., 212-222-7200

Islamic Cultural Center
For information about special services, call 212-722-5234

96th St. and Second Ave.

Washington Square Park
Daily circle of silence at 5pm
Fifth Avenue and Eighth Street


Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church
7 W. 55th St., at Fifth Ave. (212) 841-5455
Special prayer vigils September 17 and 18, 1pm


Cantor Fitzgerald and Firefighters' Fundraiser
Commune
Thursday, September 20, 10pm
Minimum donation: $20


New York Philharmonic
Memorial concert at Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center
Thursday, September 20, 7pm (sold out)


Vigil at Union Square Park
Saturday, September 22, 7:30pm

Benefit Saturday at Galapagos
Featuring Williamsburg band Big Lazy. Proceeds benefit children affected by the disaster.
Saturday, September 22, 10pm

Suggested donation: $10

Metropolitan Opera
Pre-opening night relief benefit: "An Evening of Giuseppe Verdi"
Saturday, September 22, 8pm
Metropolitan Opera House, 212-362-6000
Tickets: $200 orchestra, $100 partial view, $12 and $16 standing room

The 24-Hour Plays Benefit
Philip Seymour Hoffman, Rosie Perez, Billy Crudup, and others perform short plays to raise funds for a mural honoring the victims of September 11.
Monday, September 24, 8pm
Minetta Lane Theater, 212-307-4100
Tickets: $100


Auction for America
Ebay is aiming to raise $100 million in 100 days during this special charity effort.
www.ebay.com

Further information from New York Times