Wow, this year has gone by in a flash! Here we are, November 1st and in a blink of an eye, will be celebrating Christmas and a New Year will be upon us, but first, here are a few events going on around the city a.k.a New York City for you to check out.
CHELSEA – Don’t miss your chance to meet New York Magazine’s top chefs and mixologists at New York Taste, presented by Citi at The Waterfront in Chelsea. Don’t miss this mouthwatering event–all you can eat, drink, and enjoy from over 40 of the city’s top restaurants.
BRONX – Hop on the Bronx Trolley for First Wednesdays Arts & Culture Tour and take a free ride around the South Bronx Cultural Corridor with free admission to participating venues. With several stops along the way, the trolley begins at the Longwood Art Gallery @ Hostos and loops around the lower Grand Concourse. It’s the perfect way to check out some of the neighborhood’s hottest cultural attractions, restaurants, and entertainment venues!
UPPER EAST SIDE – The 92Y presents Fern Mallis, the creator of New York Fashion Week and one of the industry’s most influential names in conversation with innovator, designer, and fashion powerhouse Alexander Wang. This event is part of the 92Y series, “Fashion Icons with Fern Mallis.”
MANHATTAN – The New York Comedy Festival is a five-day celebration of comedy, featuring national headline acts such as Trevor Noah and Tig Notaro, entertaining podcast tapings, improv, sketch, and variety shows. Check out the lineup and buy tickets to one of dozens of shows throughout the city, November 1-6.
UPPER EAST SIDE – The International Fine Print Dealer Association presents Print Fair as part of Print Week. Don’t miss this perfect opportunity to browse through an exquisite selection of beautiful yet affordable art prints. The fair takes place at the Park Avenue Armory with concurring Print Week events happening throughout New York City, Upstate New York and Connecticut. Check it out from October 31 through November 6.
ALL BOROUGHS – The 2016 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 46th year!
BATTERY PARK CITY – Spend the day with the family at Brookfield Place to enjoy the 25th Annual Canstruction Competition, an inventive and whimsical display that benefits City Harvest to provide hunger relief in local neighborhoods. The kids will love seeing their favorite movie characters come to life, on view November 3-16.
BRYANT PARK – Find unique gifts for family and friends at the Bryant Park’s Winter Village Holiday Shops. Browse jewelry, clothing and accessories, artisanal foods, craft vendors, and more, open daily.
NYC – PAMAR presents the 11th annual Latin American Cultural Week (LACW), featuring a series of events throughout the city to share and 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.
LENOX HILL – The Salon Art + Design fair returns to New York’s Park Avenue Armory, featuring 55 of the finest galleries from all over the world. Opening night of this four-day event kicks off with the Vernissage Party. Don’t miss one of the biggest events of the season!
MANHATTAN – A tradition since 1929, the New York Veterans Day Parade–America’s Parade–is now the largest in the nation. Drawing over 25,000 participators each year, the event begins with the commemorative wreath-laying ceremony under the Eternal Light Flagstaff in Madison Square Park followed by a parade that travels along Fifth Avenue.
CHELSEA – The Renegade Craft Fair is the perfect opportunity to stock up on last-minute holiday goodies. Shop from over 200 vendors, including artisans, chefs, and vintage shops at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea.
HUDSON YARDS – The seventh annual Boutique Design New York (BDNY) is here! Head over to the Javits Center November 13-14 to experience the hospitality design industry’s leading trade fair and conference, produced by Hospitality Media Group and presented by Boutique Design.
MIDTOWN EAST – The Grand Central Holiday Fair returns to the terminal with 40 vendors through December 24th. Head over to Vanderbilt Hall to peruse art, clothing, jewelry, home decor, and more!
MANHATTAN – Don’t miss the sixth annual DOC NYC, an eight-day documentary film festival that showcases more than 200 films and events. The film festival includes extended panels, live conversations with the filmmakers and special guests, film screenings, premiers, happy hours, parties, opening and closing night galas, and more! The festival takes place at the IFC Center, the SVA Theatre and Cinepolis Chelsea, on November 10-17.
LINCOLN SQUARE – It’s the last night of the annual White Light Festival, Lincoln Center’s exploration of the dimensions of creative expression, communication, and compassion. Events include performances by pianist Jeremy Denk and a rendition of The Return of Ulysses by Handspring Puppet Company and imagery by William Kentridge.
UPPER WEST SIDE – Attend the much-anticipated Museum Gala at the American Museum of Natural History from 7:00pm-10:30pm. More than 700 guests are expected to enjoy cocktails in the venue’s Theodore Roosevelt Rotunda, followed by dinner, a live auction and a live musical performance in the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life.
MACY’S THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE will celebrate it´s 90th Anniversary.
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