Sunday Family Matinee Screening “Smallfoot” and Supper -

With a conversation on building healthy technology habits for your family


Join us for our first Sunday Supper of the new year! There’s never been a more important time to have a “healthy family media diet.” Today, families watch media on personal devices and even bring them to the dinner table. Please be our guest for a mindful "Sunday Supper and Family Matinee" at CORE:, with a special family-style meal prepared by Chef Davide Venturini!

Before the screening of the highly-rated movie Smallfoot, a Q & A session will take place with our very own Founding Member Samira Nanda Sine, Common Sense Media’s, New York Director, Fitness & Wellness Curator at CORE: David Kirsch and Tali Horowitz, Common Sense Media's, New York Education Director. They will highlight research-backed advice on subjects like “New Healthy Media Habits” for families, “Be a role model, Find a Healthy Media Balance With Media and Technology,” and “The New Normal, Parents, Teens and Devices around the World.”

Technology has done so much to advance our lives, but at what cost? We have stopped moving and engaging with our children and our families. We have lost the art of speaking, writing letters and the joy of daily physical activity.

Being mindful isn’t just a ‘new age’ catchphrase, but rather lies at the essence of who we are meant to be. Living a healthy, balanced life isn’t meant to be a punishment or a chore. We need to discuss ways to engage as a family, over healthy meals and through healthy family activities, as screens and games point to a rise in obesity, inactivity and extreme unhealthiness.

About David Kirsch:
With over two decades of experience uncovering and harnessing the powerful connection between mind, body and spirit, David Kirsch has become a leading authority on achieving optimal health and well-being at any age or fitness level. David’s holistic approach to wellness, encompassing a disciplined exercise, nutrition and supplements regimen, is rooted in his philosophy of “Sound Mind, Sound Body” – achieving harmony of mind, body and spirit. In addition to authoring five books, and five fitness DVDs, including the bestseller ‘The Ultimate New York Body Plan’ and the best selling accompanying DVD, David has appeared on numerous television shows to share his fitness and wellness expertise, including The Today Show, E! and CNN World News, Dr. Oz, Live with Regis and Kelly and The View. His website, DavidKirschWellness.com, represents a passport to the complete David Kirsch lifestyle, with expert tips, supplements, workout gear and more.

About Samira Nanda Sine:
Samira Nanda Sine is the New York Director at Common Sense. With over 15 years experience as a writer, on-air broadcaster, and producer, she has worked at the BBC World Business Desk, Reuters Television News, and the Huffington Post in Mumbai, Hong Kong, and New York City. She has also hosted a travel and food show that airs on the TLD Worldwide (Part of Discovery Networks) and Apple TV. Currently based in New York, Samira lives with her spouse, four children, and golden retriever. She holds a Master's Degree in Journalism from New York University.

About Tali Horowitz:
Tali is the New York Education Director at Common Sense. Her passions include helping educators and families meaningfully harness the power of media and technology with kids, and building cultural competency. She has worked in a variety of educational settings on both the East and West Coasts, as a classroom teacher and educator coach, as well as in New Zealand as a Fulbright Fellow. In her free time, she loves face-to-face interactions with friends and family.

About Smallfoot:
Source: DVD

A Yeti is convinced that the elusive creatures known as "humans" really do exist.

Rating: PG
Runtime: 96 min

Pricing:
$75 per adult (plus & gratuity, excludes beverages)
$45 per child (plus & gratuity, excludes beverages)