I'm sorry to say I cannot attend. At that very hour I'll be speaking at Abington Chapter No. 245 in Pennsylvania. But that doesn't mean you can't be there! You must reserve your seat in advance though. The Livingston Library's seating area is small, with maybe 50 or so chairs, and events like this are always standing room only.
Bro. Andrew's remarks will cover the thesis of his terrific book Observing the Craft. Not to be confused with Traditional Observance or Strict Observance, this book is an eloquent but potently advanced reminder to us all about what is required for excellence in the Masonic lodge experience. I cannot recommend this book to you strongly enough.
The Robert R. Livingston Masonic Library is located in Masonic Hall, at 71 West 23rd Street in Manhattan, and is one of the main reasons why the Grand Lodge of New York is the center of the Masonic universe in the tri-state area.
Get to this lecture, but RSVP first.