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Manhattan Things To Do This Weekend

Daylight Savings Time, 49th NYC Marathon, Bryant Park Holiday Market & Skating Rink Opens, Rockefeller Center too, History Tour

manhattan things to do nycNovember 1, 2019 / Things To Do Manhattan / Manhattan Neighborhoods NYC / Manhattan Buzz NYC.

Weather. The Temperature highs will be in the low to mid 50's and the temperature lows will be in the high 30's to 40 all weekend. Precipitation. No precipitation is in the weekend forecast. Winds will be 13 mph Friday and then dropping to the low single digits for the rest of the weekend. The Humidity will be about 40% Friday, 60% Saturday and 50% Sunday. Click for Manhattan Weather.

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Halloween Man or Marathon Man? The photo at right shows a runner of the NYC Marathon in a prior year. The 49th NYC Marathon returns this weekend - see details below.

Enjoy yourself this weekend by visiting one of the Manhattan arts, culture or historic organizations, attend the 49th NYC Marathon on Sunday along the 26 miles of 'track' in all five boroughs of NYC, or use the links below to shop a farmers market or attend one of the street fairs, or visit one of the many museums in Manhattan - see details below.

 

Friday & Weekend - NYC Marathon Parade of Nations, History, Bryant Park Shops & Skating Rink now open, Art & Culture at Museums

manhattan things to do nyc The photo at right shows a 'round the year commercial kiosk near Bryant Park. The holiday seasonal shops at Bryant Park opened on Halloween and will remain open into the New Year.

The Parade of Nations in Central Park will be followed by fireworks tonight as part of the NYC Marathon Festivities.

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.

 

* The Whitney Biennial began May 17th and runs through October 27th [extended]. 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 [www.whitney.org].

 

Saturday - Daylight Savings Time at 2 am Sunday,

manhattan things to do manhattanThe photo at right shows a vanishing style of architecture in Manhattan. NYC's architectural beauty is being replaced by monotonous, glass and steel, high rise ghettoes for the world's super rich.

Daylight Savings Time. It's that time of year where we 'fall back' by moving our clocks back one hour starting at 2 am Sunday or on Saturday night.

The Bryant Park Holiday Market opened on Halloween and will run through January 5th, 2020. There are 175 boutiques that will stay open until 8 pm daily, opening at 11 am on weekdays and at 10 am on the weekends.

The Skating Rink at Bryant Park between 40th and 42nd Streets and between 5th and 6th Avenues opened on Halloween. The Bryant Park Skating rink is open daily from 8 am - 10 pm and the season runs through Winter 2020. Admission is free, but skates run $18 - $33 depending on skating at peak or regular times.

The Skating Rink at Rockefeller Center at 5th Avenue between 49th & 50th Streets opened on October 12th. It will remain open through Winter 2020 from 8.30 am - 12 midnight daily, in 90 minute skating intervals. General admission runs from $15 for kids to $25 - $33 for adults during general admission periods and skate rentals cost $13 extra.

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 - 49th NYC Marathon, DST, History Tour, Golfing & Cycling

queens things to doThe photo at right shows runners completing the NYC Marathon at the finish line in Central Park near Central Park West and 67th Street. The NYC Marathon returns Sunday - see details and related story below.

Daylight Savings Time. It's that time of year where we 'fall back' by moving our clocks back one hour starting at 2 am Sunday or on Saturday night.

The 49th Annual NYC Marathon runners begin congregating at Fort Wadsworth on Staten Island beginning at 7 am. The wheelchairs take off at 8.30 am, the women at 9.10 am and the men at 9.40 am - scroll down to story below for further details. The Manhattan segment of the track is in the last half of the 'track' and the fastest men complete the race in a bit more than two hours, while the average is 4.40 [hours.minutes]. So roughly that means the first runners will be coming through Manhattan around 10 am in Midtown by the Queensboro Bridge, and the biggest wave of runners coming in around 11 am. But you can always find a spot in Central Park and watch the race near the end at a later time. See story with race map link below. Enjoy.

Below is a video taken a couple of years back, showing runners coming through the Mott Haven neighborhood in the Bronx.

On Sundays there's a free FlatIron History Tour. No advance registration is required. Meeting at the tip of the Flatiron Building at 23rd Street, Fifth Avenue and Broadway. For details see www.flatirondistrict.nyc/free-walking-tour.

The photo at right shows skaters at Bryant Park in Midtown. The Bryant Park skating rink opened Thursday, October 31st and runs through the Winter of 2020 - see details below.

queens things to doThe Bryant Park Holiday Market opened on Halloween and will run through January 5th, 2020. There are 175 boutiques that will stay open until 8 pm daily, opening at 11 am on weekdays and at 10 am on the weekends.

The Skating Rink at Bryant Park between 40th and 42nd Streets and between 5th and 6th Avenues opened on Halloween. The Bryant Park Skating rink is open daily from 8 am - 10 pm and the season runs through Winter 2020. Admission is free, but skates run $18 - $33 depending on skating at peak or regular times.

The Skating Rink at Rockefeller Center at 5th Avenue between 49th & 50th Streets opened on October 12th. It will remain open through Winter 2020 from 8.30 am - 12 midnight daily, in 90 minute skating intervals. General admission runs from $15 for kids to $25 - $33 for adults during general admission periods and skate rentals cost $13 extra.

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.

 

Week Beginning 11.4.19 - Comedy Festival

Beginning Monday, November 4th through November 10th there's a Comedy Festival at Caroline's at 1626 Broadway beginning at 7 pm [$18 - $93]. The festival is a series of comedic performances.

 

Member Events Manhattan Farmers Mkts / Street Fairs

November 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.

 

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* 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 Archives -.


Manhattan Things To Do This Weekend

IFPDA Print Fair at Javits, Halloween Trick or Treat, Halloween Parties & Events, Whitney Biennial Extended thru 10/27, Indian Art & Museums

manhattan things to do nyc* October 25, 2019 / Things To Do Manhattan / Manhattan Neighborhoods NYC / Manhattan Buzz NYC.

* Weather. The Temperature highs will be in the 60's and the temperature lows in the 50's all weekend. Precipitation. There's a 100% chance of a lot of rain [between 1 - 2 inches] expected between 8 am and 8 pm Sunday. Winds will be 5 mph Friday and Saturday, increasing to 15 mph on Sunday. The Humidity will be about 60% Friday & Saturday, rising to about 80% Sunday. Click for Manhattan Weather.

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

* The photo at right shows a street scene at the NYC Halloween Parade a number of years back. The NYC Halloween Parade returns next week, but many of the Manhattan Halloween parties / celebrations are this weekend - see details below.

* Enjoy yourself this weekend by visiting one of the Manhattan arts, culture or historic organizations, attend the IFPDA Print Fair at the Javits, or a Manhattan Halloween Party or event, or use the links below to shop a farmers market or attend one of the street fairs, or visit one of the many museums in Manhattan - see details below.

 

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Friday & Weekend - IFPDA Print Fair at Javits, History, Art & Culture at Museums

manhattan things to do nyc* The photo at right was taken at the IFPDA Print Fair in Manhattan in an earlier year. The IFPDA Print Fair had been held at the Park Avenue Armory, but this year it has moved to the Javits Center in West Midtown. See details below for times and ticket prices. Paula Panczenko of Tandem Press of Madison, Wisconsin is shown in the photo.

* The International Fine Print Dealers Association aka IFPDA, which handles fine art & prints, has a large gathering of art work at the Javits Center at 655 West 34th Street at 11th Avenue in West Midtown from Wednesday through Sunday. The weekend hours are from 12 noon - 8 pm - except on Sunday when they close the show at 5 pm. Tickets run $15 / $25 / $50 and up to $150 for two for the opening night reception [www.printfair.com].

 

* October 25, 26 & 27, 2019 & November 1 & 2, 2019 beginnning at 11 am & 1 pm - except on 10/25 when it begins at 3.30 & 5.30 pm

Description. There's the 3rd Annual Lincoln Center Trick or Treat, but it's not free anymore [$25]. The event includes candy, prizes and costumes are encouraged. In Josie Robertson Plaza.

Location. At Lincoln Center along Columbus Avenue between 62nd and 66th Streets on the Upper West Side. Free Halloween parties at Lincoln Center on the Upper West Side in Manhattan NYC.

Contact. www.kids.lincolncenter.org

 

* Halloween Parties at the Skyroom in Hells Kitchen Midtown West Manhattan NYC

1. Friday, October 25, 2019 from 10 pm - 4 am

2. Saturday, October 26, 2019 from 11 pm - 4 am

3. Thursday, October 31, 2019 from 5 pm - 2 am

Description. 1. Friday Halloween ROOFTOP Party. Music, dance and people. Admission $20 and must wear costume or mask for the event. Tickets and table service available - see website below. 2. Saturday Halloween COSTUME Party. [also on the rooftop, just different day / name / organizer]. Music, dance and people. Admission $30 - $50 and must wear costume or mask for the event. Tickets and table service available - see second website below. 3. Fashion Haunted House Party. Nothing specified, but it's free.

Location. At 330 West 40th Street on the 33rd / 34th floors. Halloween parties in Hells Kitchen in Manhattan NYC.

Contact. Fri - www.iclubnyc.com / Sat - no website provided just Eddie-O & J Berry Promotions / Both - www.eventbrite.com - for Thursday 10/31 - www.skyroomnyc.com

 

 

* The Whitney Biennial began May 17th and runs through October 27th [extended]. 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 [www.whitney.org].

* 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 - Early Halloween in Manhattan, IFPDA Print Fair at Javits

manhattan things to do manhattan* The photo at right shows a scene inside the Last Rites Theatrical Art Gallery on West 38th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues a few years back. The Last Rites art gallery sells haunted art and there's a tatoo salon in the basement. The gallery exudes a real sense of danger.

* IFPDA Print Fair at the Javits all weekend - see details above in Friday / Weekend.

Saturday, October 26, 2019 from 2 to 6 pm

Description. There's an UWS Upper West Side Halloween Party event at the American Museum of Natural History. There's trick or treating in many of the halls [but note some will be closed] with arts and crafts workshops, roaming cartoon characters such as Curious George the monkey and Clifford the big red dog. Tickets are $16 / $13 and may be purchased at the website noted below. The museum closes at 1 pm prior to this event, and thereafter only children accompanied by adults will be admitted.

Location. At Central Park West and 79th Street. Manhattan Halloween parties on the Upper West Side NYC.

Contact. www.amnh.org / 212-769-5200

 

* Halloween Parties at Stage 48 in Midtown Manhattan NYC

There are three Midtown Manhattan Halloween Parties at Stage 48. It appears to be essentially the same party on different nights.

October 25 & 26, 2019 from 8 pm - 4 am and October 31st from 9 pm - 4 am

Description. The Monster Ball includes a sponsored vodka open bar from 8 - 9 pm, music and dancing on four floors, and a costume contest with a cash prize [tickets are $10 - $25, but prices rise as the tickets sell out].

Location. At 605 West 48th Street. Halloween parties in Midtown Manhattan.

Contact. www.stage48.com / tickets also at eventbrite

 

* Halloween Parties at Slate in Flatiron / Chelsea Neighborhood of Manhattan NYC

Saturday, October 26, 2019 from 9 pm - 4 am

Description. Slate is hosting a Zombie Apocalypse Halloween party in Chelsea / the Flatiron District. Slate is bi-level, upscale bar and lounge and there will be DJ's, costume prizes and drink specials. Admission $15 - $60, includes vodka open bar from 9 - 10 pm.

Location. At 54 West 21st Street [between 5th & 6th Avenues]. Manhattan Halloween parties in the Chelsea neighborhood.

Contact. Tickets for 10/26 event at www.eventbrite.com / www.slate-ny.com

 

* Halloween Parties at Union Square in the Village Manhattan NYC

On Saturday, October 26, 2019 from 11 pm - 4 am

Description. There's a Union Square Halloween Party pass for a group of four bars / restaurants being offered on eventbrite that's organized by AIM Hospitality. The group includes Bar 13 on University Place near 13th Street, SideBar on East 15th Street near Irving Place, Hidden Lane on East 15th Street near Irving Place and VNYL on 3rd Avenue at 12th Street. Tickets are $15.

Location. At 118 West 15th Street near Union Square Park in the Village.

Contact. www.eventbrite.com

 

* Halloween Parties on a Hornblower Cruise departing from the South Street Seaport in Downtown Manhattan NYC

Saturday, October 26, 2019 from 10 pm - 2 am, departing at 11 pm, returning 2 am

Description. There's a Hornblower Haunted Yacht Halloween Dance Cruise for $25 - $250. Cash prize for best costume. Music on three levels, dancing and cash for bar / dinner buffet.

Location. Departing from Pier 15 at 78 South Street Seaport. NYC Halloween Yacht cruises departing Manhattan.

Contact. Tickets at eventbrite.com / Organized by CruiseOnTheHudson.com and AfterWork411.com

 

* 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 - IFPDA Print Fair at Javits, Halloween, Golfing & Cycling

queens things to do* Has Michael Jackson returned from the dead? The photo at right shows a Michael Jackson look alike in Manhattan in a prior year. Halloween is being celebrated that night, but the majority of celebrations happen this weekend - see details below.

* IFPDA Print Fair at the Javits all weekend - see details above in Friday / Weekend.

 

* Halloween Historic Tours in the Flatiron District Manhattan NYC

Sunday, October 27, 2019 beginning at 11 am

Description. There's a free FlatIron Halloween Themed History Tour. No advance registration is required. For details see website below.

Location. Meeting at the tip of the Flatiron Building at 23rd Street, Fifth Avenue and Broadway. Manhattan Halloween events in the Flatiron District of NYC.

Contact. www.flatirondistrict.nyc/free-walking-tour

 

* Halloween Parties at Grand Central Station in Midtown Manhattan NYC

On Sunday, October 27, 2019 from 12 noon - 3 pm

Description. Vanderbilt Hall at Grand Central Terminal is hosting Trick or Treat at the Terminal. They will be giving away free tote bags to the first 1,000 visitors lining up on Vanderbilt Avenue at the taxi stand. Then trick or treat at participating Grand Central shops and restaurants [to kids in costume only], while looking for "... 9 themed candy stations, 6 roaming costumed greeters, 3 musicians playing haunted tunes, one Jack-o’-lantern carver ... and over 150,000 pieces of candy ..." Free.

Location. At 89 East 42nd Street. Manhattan Halloween parties in Midtown NYC.

Contact. www.grandcentralterminal.com

 

GRACIE MANSION

Friday, Saturday & Sunday October 25, 26 & 27, 2019 with multiple time slots available including from 5 - 7 pm Friday, from 2 - 3 pm Saturday and from 12 - 3 pm Sunday

Description. There's a special Halloween party at Gracie Mansion this weekend. The event includes a walk through the Gracie Mansion 'haunted house' and the pumpkin patch in the back yard. After the walk through at your own pace, sort of, there's a tent where all sorts of Halloween goodies are handed out. Free but an rsvp is required and tickets go fast - see website below.

Location. At 88th Street and East End Avenue. Halloween parties at Gracie Mansion on the Upper East Side UES of Manhattan NYC.

 

Sunday, October 27, 2019 from 5 - 7 pm

Description. The NY Historical Society is hosting an UWS Halloween party. The party is called Beyond Spooky: Halloween Family Party which will include fortune telling, creepy crafts, candy and other activities. Tickets are $20 / $15.

Location. At 170 Central Park West at 77th Street. Upper West Side UWS Halloween parties at the NY Historical Society in Manhattan.

Contact. www.nyhistory.org / 212.485.9286

 

MUSEUM CITY NY

The Museum of the City of New York is hosting three Halloween'ish events all geared to families with children between the ages of 6 - 12. All events are Free with admission. Admission is $20 for adults and $14 for Seniors (65+) and ages 19 & below enter free.

Sunday, October 27, 2019 from 11 am - 2 pm

At 1220 5th Avenue. Manhattan Halloween events on the Upper East Side NYC.

Contact. www.mcny.org

Description. The first is Diwali which is the Indian Festival of Lights. There will be two hours of craft making with treats related to the holiday and Indian culture, followed by an hour of musical / dance entertainment.

 

* NYC Village Halloween Parties in the East Village Manhattan NYC

October 2019 at various dates & times

Description. The Merchants House Museum hosts a haunted house and other Halloween related events throughout October including candlelight tours [$45 / $30], an 1865 funeral service & procession re-enactment [10/27 from 3.30 - 5.30 pm / $20], and theatrical performances of some of Edgar Allen Poe's haunting tales [10/31 - 11.3 one hour performances w/ varying starting times between 6 pm - 9 pm / $40 & $55]. General admission to the house is generally $10 - $20.

Location. At 29 East 4th Street in the East Village / Bowery. Manhattan Halloween events in the East Village / Bowery near the Lower East Side LES NYC.

Contact. www.merchantshouse.org / 212.777.1089

 

* Harlem Halloween Party at MIST on 116th Street

Sunday, October 27, 2019 from 12 noon - 7 pm

Description. There's a Halloween Day Party at Mist. For $45 they serve a brunch buffet and provide an hour and half of cocktails in the package.

Location. At 46 West 116th Street. Manhattan Halloween parties in Harlem.

Contact. Organized by the Alumni Group / www.mistharlem.com

 

 

* 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.

 

Week Beginning 10.28.19 - Halloween Events Continue

* On Thursday there are a multitude of Manhattan Halloween events & parties going on - in addition to the NYC Halloween Parade - the details for all of which you can find by clicking into this page or scrolling down.

 

Member Events Manhattan Farmers Mkts / Street Fairs

* October 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.

 

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 Archives -.


Manhattan Things To Do This Weekend

Open House NY, Taste of the Seaport, Whitney Biennial Extended thru 10/27, Indian Art & Museums

manhattan things to do nycOctober 18, 2019 / Things To Do Manhattan / Manhattan Neighborhoods NYC / Manhattan Buzz NYC.

Weather. The Temperature highs will be around 60 and the temperature lows in the low 40's Friday rising to 50 by Sunday. Precipitation. There's a 50% chance of a brief bit of rain [1/10th inch] expected sometime between 3 and 8 pm Sunday afternoon. Winds will be 12 mph Friday and then dropping to the low single digits for the rest of the weekend. The Humidity will be about 50% Friday, 60% Saturday and 70% Sunday. Click for Manhattan Weather.

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

The photo at right shows a street scene at the Taste of the Seaport in Downtown NYC a few years back. The Taste of the Seaport returns this weekend - see details below.

Enjoy yourself this weekend by visiting one of the participating arts, culture or historic organizations participating in the Open House NY weekend, or use the links below to shop a farmers market or attend one of the street fairs, or visit one of the many museums in Manhattan - see details below.

 

Friday & Weekend - Open House NY, History, Art & Culture at Museums

manhattan things to do nycThe photo at right was taken in the Alexander Hamilton U.S. Customs House in lower Manhattan earlier this year. The building was NOT included in the Open House NY program this weekend but really should have. Open House NY runs Saturday & Sunday and provides a rare opportunity to visit many arts, cultural and historic places free - see details below.

The Whitney Biennial began May 17th and runs through October 27th [extended]. 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.

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 - Taste of the Seaport, Open House NY

manhattan things to do manhattanThe photo at right shows a street scene at the Taste of the Seaport in Downtown NYC a few years back. The Taste of the Seaport returns this weekend - see details below.

On Saturday & Sunday, October 20 & 21 at various times and a couple of hundred locales there's Open House NY in NYC and Manhattan. This is a city-wide event wherein most historic and cultural centers are open to the public for free. See www.ohny.org for details.

S ST SEAPORT _ Saturday, October 19, 2019 from 12 noon - 3 pm - Taste of the Seaport - At Piers 16 & 17 along the East River at the South Street Seaport. Entertainment, kids activities and about 40 food & beverage purveyors with proceeds going to arts and enrichment programs at two public elementary schools - PS 343 Peck Slip School & PS 397 Spruce Street School. Last year tickets cost $10 for 5 tastes at www.tasteoftheseaport.org.

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 - Open House NY, Halloween Howl, Golfing & Cycling

queens things to doHalloween Howl Festival at Carl Schurz Park on the UES. The photo at right shows a scene looking into one of the windows on the Upper East Side last year as I made my way to Carl Schurz Park. This weekend the Halloween Howl returns - see details below.

UES _ Sunday, October 20, 2019 from 12 noon to 3 pm - Halloween Howl at Carl Schurz Park at basketball and hockey courts and John Finley Walk. Dog costumes and about 200 dogs.

On Saturday & Sunday, October 20 & 21 at various times and a couple of hundred locales there's Open House NY in NYC and Manhattan. This is a city-wide event wherein most historic and cultural centers are open to the public for free. See www.ohny.org for details.

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.

 

Week Beginning 10.21.19 - TBD

TBD.

 

Member Events Manhattan Farmers Mkts / Street Fairs

October 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.

 

MOSTLY DONE. ONLY ASTERISKED events have NOT been updated.

* The nine-day long New York Musical Theatre Festival opens today with nearly a dozen performances and workshops at various venues throughout Manhattan starting at 12 noon with the last event scheduled for 8 pm [music]. Click this link for details about the NY Musical Theatre Festival.**

* 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].

* 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].

* 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.

* Anthology Film Archives -.


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