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Manhattan Things To Do This Weekend

Bastille Day Festival, Go Africa Carnival Harlem,Free Summer Theater, Free Summer Concert, Whitney Biennial, Street Fairs, Farmers Markets, Indian Art & Museums

manhattan things to do nycJuly 12, 2019 / Things To Do Manhattan / Manhattan Neighborhoods NYC / Manhattan Buzz NYC.

Weather. The Temperature highs will be around 90 all weekend and the temperature lows will be around 70 all weekend. No Precipitation. There isn't any rain in the forecast this weekend. Winds will be between 5 - 10 mph all weekend. The Humidity will be between 50% - 65% all weekend. Click for Manhattan Weather.

MTA / Public Transit / Click here for the MTA Weekender.

The photo at right shows a view of Central Park looking down to the tip of Manhattan last month.

Enjoy yourself this weekend by attending a summer play performance, shop a farmers market or street fair, or attend a summer concert - see details below.

 

Friday & Weekend - D'Artagnan at Soldiers & Sailors Monument, Indian Art Exhibit

* The photo at right was taken of a performance by the Hudson Warehouse Theater Company at Riverside Park [see photo at right].

Hudson Warehouse Theater _ July 5 - July 29, 2018 Thursdays thru Sundays from 6.30 - 8.30 pm / Free but donations welcome - The D'Artagnan Romances Part III - Man in the Iron Mask - by Suzanne Lee adapted from a play by Alexandre Dumas & directed by Nicholas Martin-Smith - Based on an adventure and manhattan things to do manhattanhistoric play that begins with a young man seeking his fortune, meeting up with three others. It explores the debate for monarchy versus a republic form of government. The performances may be found on the north patio of the Soldiers & Sailors Monument which is located at West 89th Street and Riverside Drive [see photo at right].

There's an Art Exhibit entitled T.C. Cannon: At the Edge of America at the Native American Museum in the Alexander Hamilton U.S. Customs House at One Bowling Green in Lower Manhattan. The exhibit, by one of the most renowned Indian artists of the 20th century provides a personal and poignant portrayal of the American Indian. It opened April 6th and runs through September 16th, 2019 [art / free].

This is a great weekend to visit museums in Manhattan including the Metropolitan Museum, the Frick Museum, the Guggenheim Museum, the Jewish Museum and the Cooper Hewitt Museum - all on 5th Avenue on the Upper East Side between 81st and 96th Streets.

Also see Film, Art & Theater events running through the weekend noted in the Friday & Weekend section above and street fairs & farmers markets via the links below.

 

Saturday - Go Africa Carnival Harlem, Free Summer Theater, Indian Art Exhibit & Museums

manhattan things to do nyc* The photo at right shows a Cigar being smoked in an apartment - one of the few remaining places where it's still legal. It's ironic - possibly comical - that smoking has become nearly illegal, while efforts are being made to legalize pot.

HARLEM _ Saturday, July 13, 2019 from 10 am to 6 pm - 5th Annual Go Africa Carnival - Along West 116th Street between Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard [7th Avenue] and Frederick Douglass Boulevard [8th Avenue]. There are three stages, food, art and shopping [tickets range from free on up].

The Whitney Biennial began May 17th and runs through September 22nd. The event is a snapshot of art in America today and features 75 artists through film, photography, sculpture, performances and art exhibits. The Whitney Museum is located at 99 Gansevoort in the West Village.

Hudson Warehouse Theater _ July 5 - July 29, 2018 Thursdays thru Sundays from 6.30 - 8.30 pm / Free but donations welcome - The D'Artagnan Romances Part III - Man in the Iron Mask - by Suzanne Lee adapted from a play by Alexandre Dumas & directed by Nicholas Martin-Smith - Based on an adventure and historic play that begins with a young man seeking his fortune, meeting up with three others. It explores the debate for monarchy versus a republic form of government. The performances may be found on the north patio of the Soldiers & Sailors Monument which is located at West 89th Street and Riverside Drive [see photo at right].

There's an Art Exhibit entitled T.C. Cannon: At the Edge of America at the Native American Museum in the Alexander Hamilton U.S. Customs House at One Bowling Green in Lower Manhattan. The exhibit, by one of the most renowned Indian artists of the 20th century provides a personal and poignant portrayal of the American Indian. It opened April 6th and runs through September 16th, 2019 [art / free].

This is a great weekend to visit museums in Manhattan including the Metropolitan Museum, the Frick Museum, the Guggenheim Museum, the Jewish Museum and the Cooper Hewitt Museum - all on 5th Avenue on the Upper East Side between 81st and 96th Streets.

Also see Film, Art & Theater events running through the weekend noted in the Friday & Weekend section above and street fairs & farmers markets via the links below.

 

Sunday - Bastille Day Festival UES, Free Summer Theater, Indian Art Exhibit & Whitney Biennial

* The photo at right shows an aerial view of the tip of Manhattan where you can clearly identify the World Trade Center and other tall buildings in the Financial District which is now called FiDi [the name mimicks SoHo & Tribeca & the LES, but the name seems a clumsy imitation].

Sunday, July 14, 2019 from 12 noon - 5 pm - Bastille Day Festival - Along 60th Street between Fifth Avenue and Lexington Avenue on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. A bit different from most others - more French.

manhattan things to do manhattanThe Whitney Biennial began May 17th and runs through September 22nd. The event is a snapshot of art in America today and features 75 artists through film, photography, sculpture, performances and art exhibits. The Whitney Museum is located at 99 Gansevoort in the West Village.

This is a great weekend to visit museums in Manhattan including the Metropolitan Museum, the Frick Museum, the Guggenheim Museum, the Jewish Museum and the Cooper Hewitt Museum - all on 5th Avenue on the Upper East Side between 81st and 96th Streets.

Hudson Warehouse Theater _ July 5 - July 29, 2018 Thursdays thru Sundays from 6.30 - 8.30 pm / Free but donations welcome - The D'Artagnan Romances Part III - Man in the Iron Mask - by Suzanne Lee adapted from a play by Alexandre Dumas & directed by Nicholas Martin-Smith - Based on an adventure and historic play that begins with a young man seeking his fortune, meeting up with three others. It explores the debate for monarchy versus a republic form of government. The performances may be found on the north patio of the Soldiers & Sailors Monument which is located at West 89th Street and Riverside Drive [see photo at right].

Also see Film, Art & Theater events running through the weekend noted in the Friday & Weekend section above and street fairs & farmers markets via the links below.

 

WORK IN PROGRESS. ASTERISKED events have NOT been updated.

* A performance of Hearts on the Wall [45 mins] will begin at 7.30 pm at Dixon Place at 161 A Chrystie Street on the LES [comedy / $5 / www.dixonplace.org].

* At MoMA at 11 West 53rd Street in Midtown there are several exhibits including TBD [thru 3/19 & 3/5/17] - [art / film - $25 / $18 / Free].

Anthology Film.

 

Week Beginning 7.15.19 - TBD

TBD.

 

Member Events Manhattan Farmers Mkts / Street Fairs

July 2019 - Click here for a listing of Manhattan Farmers Markets where you can find unique items and fresh foods, click here for the Manhattan Events Member Calendar or here for Manhattan Street Fairs both of which will provide you with a look at other things going on in Manhattan.

Click here for paid & free things to do Manhattan - free SummerStage concerts in Manhattan, free things to do Manhattan - free summer movies in Manhattan and free things to do Manhattan - free summer theater in Manhattan. Click here for Manhattan holiday markets & shopping and here for NYC New Years parties in Manhattan. Click here for late Valentines Day romantic restaurants in Manhattan.

BOOK REVIEW NEXT WEEK: Detective Itchyass by Smel E. Fyngars.


Manhattan Things To Do This Weekend

Free Summer Theater, Free Summer Concert, Whitney Biennial, Street Fairs, Farmers Markets, Indian Art & Museums

manhattan things to do nyc* July 5, 2019 / Things To Do Manhattan / Manhattan Neighborhoods NYC / Manhattan Buzz NYC.

* Weather. The Temperature highs will be in the mid to upper 80's all weekend and the temperature lows will be in the low to mid 70's all weekend. Precipitation. There's a 50% chance of between a quarter and half inch of rain throughout the day on Saturday, so you may get a bit wet if out, but likely nowhere near drenched. Winds will be between 5 - 10 mph all weekend. The Humidity will be between 65% - 75% all weekend. Click for Manhattan Weather.

* MTA / Public Transit / Click here for the MTA Weekender.

* The photo at right shows a young woman enjoying an evening in Washington Square Park in the Village last year. Laugh in the Park returns this month.

* Enjoy yourself this weekend by attending a summer play performance, shop a farmers market or street fair, or attend a summer concert - see details below.

 

Friday & Weekend - D'Artagnan at Soldiers & Sailors Monument, Indian Art Exhibit

manhattan things to do manhattan* The photo at right was taken of a performance by the Hudson Warehouse Theater Company at Riverside Park [see photo at right].

* Hudson Warehouse Theater _ July 5 - July 29, 2018 Thursdays thru Sundays from 6.30 - 8.30 pm / Free but donations welcome - The D'Artagnan Romances Part III - Man in the Iron Mask - by Suzanne Lee adapted from a play by Alexandre Dumas & directed by Nicholas Martin-Smith - Based on an adventure and historic play that begins with a young man seeking his fortune, meeting up with three others. It explores the debate for monarchy versus a republic form of government. The performances may be found on the north patio of the Soldiers & Sailors Monument which is located at West 89th Street and Riverside Drive [see photo at right].

* There's an Art Exhibit entitled T.C. Cannon: At the Edge of America at the Native American Museum in the Alexander Hamilton U.S. Customs House at One Bowling Green in Lower Manhattan. The exhibit, by one of the most renowned Indian artists of the 20th century provides a personal and poignant portrayal of the American Indian. It opened April 6th and runs through September 16th, 2019 [art / free].

* This is a great weekend to visit museums in Manhattan including the Metropolitan Museum, the Frick Museum, the Guggenheim Museum, the Jewish Museum and the Cooper Hewitt Museum - all on 5th Avenue on the Upper East Side between 81st and 96th Streets.

* Also see Film, Art & Theater events running through the weekend noted in the Friday & Weekend section above and street fairs & farmers markets via the links below.

 

Saturday - Free Summer Theater, Indian Art Exhibit & Museums

manhattan things to do nyc* The photo at right shows a Cigar being smoked in an apartment - one of the few remaining places where it's still legal. It's ironic - possibly comical - that smoking has become nearly illegal, while efforts are being made to legalize pot.

* The Whitney Biennial began May 17th and runs through September 22nd. The event is a snapshot of art in America today and features 75 artists through film, photography, sculpture, performances and art exhibits. The Whitney Museum is located at 99 Gansevoort in the West Village.

* Hudson Warehouse Theater _ July 5 - July 29, 2018 Thursdays thru Sundays from 6.30 - 8.30 pm / Free but donations welcome - The D'Artagnan Romances Part III - Man in the Iron Mask - by Suzanne Lee adapted from a play by Alexandre Dumas & directed by Nicholas Martin-Smith - Based on an adventure and historic play that begins with a young man seeking his fortune, meeting up with three others. It explores the debate for monarchy versus a republic form of government. The performances may be found on the north patio of the Soldiers & Sailors Monument which is located at West 89th Street and Riverside Drive [see photo at right].

* There's an Art Exhibit entitled T.C. Cannon: At the Edge of America at the Native American Museum in the Alexander Hamilton U.S. Customs House at One Bowling Green in Lower Manhattan. The exhibit, by one of the most renowned Indian artists of the 20th century provides a personal and poignant portrayal of the American Indian. It opened April 6th and runs through September 16th, 2019 [art / free].

* This is a great weekend to visit museums in Manhattan including the Metropolitan Museum, the Frick Museum, the Guggenheim Museum, the Jewish Museum and the Cooper Hewitt Museum - all on 5th Avenue on the Upper East Side between 81st and 96th Streets.

* Also see Film, Art & Theater events running through the weekend noted in the Friday & Weekend section above and street fairs & farmers markets via the links below.

 

Sunday - Free Summer Theater, Indian Art Exhibit & Whitney Biennial

* The photo at right shows an aerial view of the tip of Manhattan where you can clearly identify the World Trade Center and other tall buildings in the Financial District which is now called FiDi [the name mimicks SoHo & Tribeca & the LES, but the name seems a clumsy imitation].

manhattan things to do manhattan* The Whitney Biennial began May 17th and runs through September 22nd. The event is a snapshot of art in America today and features 75 artists through film, photography, sculpture, performances and art exhibits. The Whitney Museum is located at 99 Gansevoort in the West Village.

* This is a great weekend to visit museums in Manhattan including the Metropolitan Museum, the Frick Museum, the Guggenheim Museum, the Jewish Museum and the Cooper Hewitt Museum - all on 5th Avenue on the Upper East Side between 81st and 96th Streets.

* Hudson Warehouse Theater _ July 5 - July 29, 2018 Thursdays thru Sundays from 6.30 - 8.30 pm / Free but donations welcome - The D'Artagnan Romances Part III - Man in the Iron Mask - by Suzanne Lee adapted from a play by Alexandre Dumas & directed by Nicholas Martin-Smith - Based on an adventure and historic play that begins with a young man seeking his fortune, meeting up with three others. It explores the debate for monarchy versus a republic form of government. The performances may be found on the north patio of the Soldiers & Sailors Monument which is located at West 89th Street and Riverside Drive [see photo at right].

* Also see Film, Art & Theater events running through the weekend noted in the Friday & Weekend section above and street fairs & farmers markets via the links below.

 

MOSTLY DONE. ASTERISKED events have been updated.

A performance of Hearts on the Wall [45 mins] will begin at 7.30 pm at Dixon Place at 161 A Chrystie Street on the LES [comedy / $5 / www.dixonplace.org].

At MoMA at 11 West 53rd Street in Midtown there are several exhibits including TBD [thru 3/19 & 3/5/17] - [art / film - $25 / $18 / Free].

Anthology Film.

 

Week Beginning 7.8.19 - Free Summer Concert at Carl Schurz Park

* On Wednesday, July 10th, Mitch Frohman and the Latin Jazz Quartet will perform from 7 - 8.30 pm in Carl Schurz Park on the Upper East Side at East 86th Street [at the top of the staircase] and East End Avenue.

 

Member Events Manhattan Farmers Mkts / Street Fairs

* July 2019 - Click here for a listing of Manhattan Farmers Markets where you can find unique items and fresh foods, click here for the Manhattan Events Member Calendar or here for Manhattan Street Fairs both of which will provide you with a look at other things going on in Manhattan.

Click here for paid & free things to do Manhattan - free SummerStage concerts in Manhattan, free things to do Manhattan - free summer movies in Manhattan and free things to do Manhattan - free summer theater in Manhattan. Click here for Manhattan holiday markets & shopping and here for NYC New Years parties in Manhattan. Click here for late Valentines Day romantic restaurants in Manhattan.

BOOK REVIEW NEXT WEEK: Detective Itchyass by Smel E. Fyngars.


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