Yay! November is here and wow, this year has gone pretty fast, and in a blink of an eye, Christmas will be around the corner. 


November 3rd – QUEENS 

Ice Cream Social Party 

Grab some friends and get creative with your ice cream! ‘Salsa in Queens’ on Steinway Street will host a night filled with personalized sundaes and music by Jada Lareign. Make your own sundae from 9pm – 1am and enjoy some boozy floats! FOR MORE INFO: CLICK HERE

November 4th – BROOKLYN

Imagine This Women’s Film Festival

Experience the work of women storytellers from around the world at Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg. ‘Imagine This’ screens short films and feature-length films that are produced, directed, and written by women. FOR MORE INFO: CLICK HERE

November 5th – NYC

NYC Marathon 

The 2017 TCS New York City Marathon kicks off in Staten Island at the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge and continues on a 26.2-mile course to Central Park. Over 50,000 runners brave this annual marathon, now celebrating its 47th year! FOR MORE INFO: CLICK HERE

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November 7th – NYC

New York Comedy Festival 

Laughter not only decreases stress, but also increases immune cells, so why not attend a festival dedicated to laughter. Listen to comedic all-stars and legends such as Bill Maher and Nick Offerman. When you aren’t laughing your tail off, learn how to write improv and become a comedian yourself! Buy Tickets Here

November 10th – Upper East Side

Visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art to explore it’s astounding exhibit celebrating the life and works of Auguste Rodin. The display is made up of nearly 50 marbles, bronzes, plasters, and terracottas by Rodin including iconic sculptures such as The Thinks and The Hand of God, as well as The Tempest. The exhibit will be on display through January 15th. For more info

November 11th – NYC

Veterans Day Parade –  Madison Square Park 

Celebrate those who have served in the U.S. Military during the Veteran’s Day Parade. Over 25,000 people participate in the parade each year, making it the largest in the nation. The parade is preceded by the traditional Opening Ceremony in Madison Square Park.  FOR MORE INFO

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November 13th – NYC

Latin American Cultural Week 

Pamar presents the 12th annual Latin American Cultural Week (LACW), featuring a series of events throughout the city. Celebrate the richness and diversity of Latin American cultures through performances by local artists from a variety of disciplines including music, dance, visual arts, literature, theater, and film.

November 18th – Midtown

Autumn Wine Festival

Calling all wine aficionados! Head to NYY Steak for the NYC Autumn Wine Festival: A Celebration of Wine, and enjoy tastings of over 150 wines, food pairings, and live jazz in the heart of Midtown Manhattan.

Buy Tixs Here and Groups of 10 or more get a 15% discount! 


November 23rd – Upper West Side

Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade
Gather the family and stake your viewing spot at the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade! Festivities begin at 9:00 a.m. and will march through New York City to Macy’s flagship location at Herald Square. Even if you don ´t go, this interactive website is pretty cool, CHECK IT OUT!

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The Giants Play on NBC @ 8:30 pm 

For tickets, check it out!

November 27th – Lincoln Square

Winter’s Eve at Lincoln Square
Enjoy FREE live performances at over 20 venues, kid’s entertainment, food tastings from over 30 local eateries at nominal cost, and more. More than 20,000 people come to Lincoln Square to enjoy Winter’s Eve which takes place rain, snow or shine.  MORE INFO HERE

November 28th – Columbus Square

Columbus Circle Holiday Market

Start your holiday shopping at the 13th annual Columbus Circle Holiday Market! An internationally known shopping destination, browse through aisles of home goods, art, jewelry, and food from local artisans and designers. More Info Here


November 29th – Manhattan

Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting 

The official kick-off to the holiday season begins here! Experience a classic tradition as thousands gather to watch the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree light up for the first time. There will be live performances from 7-9 p.m. It´s a FREE event so make sure to be there early for a good spot. 

For those visiting out of town, make sure to check the websites of all events in case there are any changes of dates due to weather, and as always, please share and like our blog. We hope you have enjoyed this post.