Join the Love Parade NYC for a group walking event in Manhattan, New York, at Union Square at the South Plaza, walking West on 14th Street sidewalk, ending at Highline Park, on Sunday, April 26th 2
Tribeca and ESPN will once again bring “sports to the street” at the 9th annual Sports Day. Families and youth are invited to participate and enjoy activities from New York City’s professional sports teams and leagues, along with local youth athletic organizations. It is a full day of lively entertainment, giveaways, special guests and physical activities for youth of all ages.
The Sports Day Stage will be “live” all day promoting Sports Day participants, special guests, interactive athletic experiences and more!
Come downtown and spend the day in the Tribeca neighborhood with live Broadway performances, arts and crafts, games and activities, local restaurants and merchants, storytelling, free film screenings and so much more!
Come out to the 23rd annual Dachshund Spring Fiesta: a social gathering of dachshunds and their owners!
Renowned abstract expressionist sculptor David Safhay launches Extrapolating Nature on Saturday April 25 from 1-4pm. Safhay is a PA-based sculptor who graduated from Cooper Union and studied under Paul Resika, Jack Rabinowitz and Ray Rocklin.
Join the Love Parade NYC for a group walking event in Manhattan, New York, at Union Square at the South Plaza, walking West on 14th Street sidewalk, ending at Highline Park, on Sunday, April 26th 2015 at 11am
CRACK PIPES AND STREET FIGHTS COMEDY SHOW Bringing the madness and the mayhem back to the Bowery every week with a solid line up of comedians who perform on TV and at clubs all over New York City in a setting that screams old New York, at 310 Bowery Bar, all under the towering graffiti mural by one of New York's finest graf artists Queen Andrea
Speak about a cause you believe in. Join a revolution of intelligent passionate people doing real things to make this world a better place. Be part of a process to express your ideas and insights about the current social issues of the day.
Just show up on Fridays from 4pm-8pm and you can bypass the standard $20 admission fee! Since the program launched in 2004, nearly three million visitors have enjoyed free admission and increased accessibility to MoMA’s exhibitions, film screenings and The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden.
At the Brooklyn Museum's Target First Saturdays, thousands of visitors enjoy free programs of art and entertainment each month from 5 to 11 p.m.
Beginning with Adam and Eve, why is it so hard to resist temptation? What makes it easier? Dr. Walter Mischel’s pioneering research on how preschoolers manage to wait for two marshmallows later, rather than settle for just one immediately, has taken the mystery out of willpower and illuminated the mechanisms that enable it.
As part of The Tenement Museum's venerable Tenement Talk event series, historian Adam Steinberg will be joined by Anne Saxelby, owner of Saxelby Cheesemongers, in a discussion on the history of the Essex Street Market. The discussion will take place inside of Cuchifritos Gallery, located on the South end of the Essex Street Market. This event is FREE and open to the public and will include beverages and lite bites.
A storytelling + standup show. Rita loves telling stories but hates figuring which to tell. See find her feet and figure out how to entertain you off a one-word suggestion. If that’s not enough, stand-up and storytelling from some of NYC’s best comedians will make good on an evening of laughs.