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July 2015

Lincoln Center Festival

July 6 @ 8:00 am - August 2 @ 5:00 pm

A near month-long run of unique and modern performances including dance, theater, and music, the Lincoln Center Festival is a New York event like no other. This year, Danny Elfman’s Music from the Films of Tim Burton will carry its momentum to Lincoln Center after sold out performance runs in London and Los Angeles. Also on tap: author Haruki Murakami’s rarely adapted story Kafka on the Shore will be performed on stage and the Cleveland Orchestra will perform Strauss’s Daphne.…

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August 2015

Ecofest

August 16

New York City’s 27th annual Ecofest is returning to Times Square this August. The full-blown, go green event features an array of fun activities for kids and families, who can get into the action at the Recycling Olympics or at the eco fashion show on the solar stage. Focused on sharing ideas about conserving natural resources, the free one day event offers seminars, workshops, and product exhibitions surrounding the festival’s nearly three-decade long effort to make the world a better…

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Hudson River Park Blues BBQ

August 22

Blues music and tangy meaty barbecue on the Hudson River, doesn’t that sound like a pretty sweet way to spend an afternoon in New York City this summer? The 16th edition of this fun and tasty party, this year’s Hudson River Park Blues BBQ will take place at a new, picturesque venue at Pier 26. Performances by the Otis Taylor Band, and Naomi Shelton & The Gospel Queens will headline a lineup of other notable blues artists. Come out, jam…

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Urban Adventure Race

August 29

Who says that you’re too old to take part in a fun and challenging scavenger hunt? Especially when the venue is the greatest city landscape in the world—Manhattan. Urban Adventure Race is coming to New York City this August. Walk around the city and ride the subway while solving clues around town in a bid to earn prize money and become the day’s champion. A challenge for your body and your mind, the event brings a childlike wonder to this…

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The US Open

August 31 - September 13

Every year, the entire sports world turns its eyes to New York City for the US Open, one of the most storied and exciting tennis tournaments in the world. The Grand Slam competition will return to the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center this August and September, bringing with it the top names in tennis as they battle it out on the hardcourt in both doubles and singles matches. Purchase tickets in advance or watch on the big screen…

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September 2015

Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit

September 5 - 14

When financially destitute Jackson Pollock and Willem DeKooning began selling their works in Washington Square park one day during the Great Depression, the two now legendary artists had no idea they were starting one of the city’s most revered arts events. The Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit, now held biannually, is one of the city’s premier recurring markets and shows, and displays works of fine art, photography, crafts, and sculpture. Its location in one of the city’s favorite parks at…

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Brazilian Day in New York

September 6

Thirty years ago, a small celebration of Brazilian Independence Day was held in Little Brazil near West 46th Street in Manhattan. This modest gathering garnered attention from only a few hundred people. Over the past three decades, Brazil Day in New York has exploded into a massive cultural event, one that attracts more than a million people each year. On par with other major international festivities, including the Puerto Rican Day Parade and Chinese New Years, Brazil Day is not…

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West Side County Fair

September 6

This September, Lower Manhattan will seemingly transform into a small-town, with its own county fair complete with performances by live bands, carnival rides, games, and more. Taking on the zany circus aspect of this classic Americana tradition, sideshow performers, aerialists, and odd exhibits like reptile shows will be present for the crowd’s entertainment. The West Side County Fair is a free get-together at Riverside Park South right on the Hudson River. For more information, check out the event website here.…

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Honey Week

September 8 @ 8:00 am - September 13 @ 5:00 pm

New York City takes a week out of every fall to acknowledge the vast and miraculous gifts of the honeybee. Featuring educational events like cooking classes and delicious honey-themed dinners at restaurants around town, the city-wide festival has events for everyone in the family. Aimed to raise awareness about declining honeybee populations around the world, this tasty and unique happening can make a real difference. Delight in several sweet honey-filled dishes while learning about the honeybee and helping save the…

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The Pope is Coming to NYC

September 25

This September, Pope Francis will make his first papal visit to the United States visiting Washington, DC, Philadelphia, PA, and our home here in New York City. He will make an address at the United Nations summit on sustainable development and visit St. Patrick’s Cathedral, an iconic gothic cathedral on Fifth Avenue. This will be the sixth official papal visit to the United States, the last one being in 2008 with Pope Benedict XVI. For more information on how to…

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