The highly-anticipated Free Lunchtime Summer Concert Series is back to make afternoons more festive in Lincoln Square this July and August. The favorite outdoor concerts at Richard Tucker Park will feature several new – along
with a few returning – musical performers. Locals, visitors, music enthusiasts, and yogis are all encouraged to grab lunch and make their way to the park for complimentary refreshments from local eatery P.J. Clarke’s, and live music by top musicians from MTA’s Music Under New York, NYC’s eclectic “underground” scene!
Join LMCC and River To River artists, partners, and sponsors for a block party on North End Way, co-sponsored by Conrad New York, Goldman Sachs, and the area’s restaurants and retailers. Enjoy samples and discounts at area restaurants and retailers, performances by rock band People Get Ready, and activities for the whole family.
Here is another great list of free things to do in Brooklyn this summer from editors of the L Magazine. Enjoy many free movies, concerts and outdoor events that are absolutely free and take place in our favorite borough.
Paper Flower Making Workshop: Paper flowers are used in Mexico for decoration during holidays such as the Day of the Dead and Cinco de Mayo. Mexican paper flowers can decorate a tabletop, a Christmas tree, or an altar.
During Ask Roulette, strangers ask each other any question they want, big or small, in front of a live audience. It’s not as intimidating as it sounds. In fact, it’s built on trust — you can only ask a question once you’ve answered one. If you prefer, you can just be part of the crowd.