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Sun, June 3, 2012 Free events, free things to do in New York City, NYC
All events, things to do on Sunday, June 3, 2012 are free unless otherwise noted.
This walk is bringing attention to its vital role in creating one of the scarcest resources in all of Manhattan—wildlife habitat! Learn about the Park’s wildlife by joining experienced naturalists on guided nature walks along the Park’s esplanade. Enjoy a meandering waterfront walk while viewing and learning about the park’s flora and fauna, including some of the 85 different species of birds identified within Park boundaries. Peek into some of our many gardens to discover butterflies, dragonflies and other interesting insects. Get to know the native plants that thrive in unexpected places in and around the river’s edge. New York City, NY; NYC
In this series of walks, explore the various thoroughfares from beginning to end. On this walk, follow Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn from its beginning near the East River waterfront to it conclusion near Jamaica Bay. Approximately 8-10 miles. Brisk, steady pace. Bring lunch. Rain cancels. New York City, NY; NYC
This year will be bigger and better than ever, with a super-Americana Jamboree curated by Two Boots, and more. One of the best summer kickoff events in the city. One-dollar books, music, and more; clothes and more from the Thrift Shops; great snacks and live music. New York City, NY; NYC
Join 20-minute instructional paddles, and explore the Hudson River first-hand. Please wear a bathing suit or shorts and a t-shirt, and know how to swim. Weather permitting. Kayaks and life vests provided. New York City, NY; NYC
The Ultimate Science Street Fair returns with another action-packed day of interactive exhibits, experiments, games and shows, all designed to entertain and inspire. Visit a telepathy lab and control a computer just by thinking about it, learn the science tricks to shooting perfect free-throws with NBA stars, create your own fragrance at the Smell Lab, ride a square-wheeled tricycle, and much more! New York City, NY; NYC
In 1964, thousands walked down Riverside Drive in support of the young State of Israel. This impromptu walk evolved into the Salute to Israel Parade. It has become the world’s largest gathering in celebration of Israel attracting worldwide media. The Parade enables the tri-state community to celebrate in a non-partisan, apolitical show of unity with Israel.
In 2011 it was decided to change the name of the Parade in order to focus on celebrating the vibrant and diverse country of Israel. The Parade features over 30,000 marchers representing many organizations. Hundreds of thousands enthusiastic spectators gather to watch American and Israeli community leaders and dignitaries, entertainers, artists, musicians, dancers, celebrities, floats and marching bands. New York City, NY; NYC
Join professional guides on a 90-minute journey through this vibrant neighborhood, viewing some of the city’s most notable landmarks, including the New York Life Insurance Building, the MetLife Clock Tower, the Appellate Courthouse and the famous Flatiron Building. New York City, NY; NYC
Now in its 82nd year, the Outdoor Art Exhibit will hold its annual spring show. The show features exciting new and veteran exhibitors in all categories of fine arts and fine crafts, both traditional and contemporary. Oils and watercolors, pastels and acrylics, graphics, photography and sculpture make up the fine arts group. The crafts include such specialties as jewelry, ceramics, wood, fiber and. mixed media. Each exhibit consists of an individual artist or artisan showing their own original work. New York City, NY; NYC
Join a FREE Jivamukti Yoga class led by renown Advanced Certified Jivamukti Yoga teachers Jessica Sage Stickler and Dechen Thurman, as part of the "2nd National Animal Rights Day" celebrations. The class will focus on Ahimsa - compassion for all beings - animals and the planet included, and it will incorporate asana, special meditations, and reading from The Declaration of Animal Rights. New York City, NY; NYC
Seneca Village was Manhattan's first known community of African-American property owners, on land that would become the Park. Tour covers the history of the village, the property owners, and what New York City was like at the time. Tour is approximately one hour. New York City, NY; NYC
Walk through a scenic area on the western edge of the Park, much of which is off the beaten track for most visitors. See rolling meadows, lake views, bridges of different styles, and a garden with flowers and plants mentioned by Shakespeare. New York City, NY; NYC
Leading the Independence Day Parade will be Independence Day Parade Grand Marshal, Filipino community leaders, Philippine Government officials, NYC Gov’t officials, honored guests, and a contingent of marchers from Filipino- American associations, organizations and assorted groups, Marching Bands, floats, open cars, and others. New York City, NY; NYC
Starring Joan Crawford, Jack Carson and Zachary Scott.
After her cheating husband leaves her, Mildred Pierce proves she can become independent and successful, but can't win the approval of her spoiled daughter.
111 min. New York City, NY; NYC
AMELIA, a new play based on the true story of one woman’s epic journey across Civil War America in search of her husband, will make its New York premiere in a site-specific production at a former Civil War prison camp.
Previously developed at The Kennedy Center, AMELIA is an Editor’s Pick of The Washington Post that culminates at the gates of the notorious Andersonville Prison Camp where the central character is forced to disguise herself as a male Union soldier in this suspenseful and highly theatrical production. New York City, NY; NYC
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Meet Ensemble ACJW, a new generation of innovative musicians who are passionate about the music they play, and adventurous about finding new places to play it. This brilliant group plays a range of thought-provoking repertoire—from works written centuries ago to those completed days before—with the highest quality of musicianship.
Ensemble ACJW members are on a two-year fellowship with Carnegie Hall and tour the world as the performing arm of the institute. More than just performers, the fellows are fully engaged within their communities as dedicated teachers and mentors in New York City public schools. New York City, NY; NYC
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Cesár Franck Majestic Choral No. 1 in E major
Louis Vierne Carillon de Westminster
Marcel Dupré Prelude and Fugue in B major
Varied works by J. S. Bach, Ernest Bloch and Herbert Howells, and an organ transcription of Adagio for Strings by Samuel Barber.
Dr. Andrew Henderson will perform. New York City, NY; NYC
New York Classical Theatre's roving production of Twelfth Night recasts the beloved comedy's setting as fin de siècle New York. The company will lead audiences on Shakespeare's lively journey of mistaken identities, misguided lovers, and joyous celebration, recasting the play's setting to New York City circa 1900.
Employing its signature "Panoramic Theatre" staging style, the company will escort audiences, pausing to hatch a confusion of plots and declare various passions against a backdrop of waterfalls, bridges, and shady groves. New York City, NY; NYC
August 2008. The world watches as the Jamaican sprint team becomes the sensation of the tournament Olympic games in Beijing. Team Jamaica wins six gold, three silver and two bronze medals. No superpower nation is able to keep up with Jamaica's male and female track stars - the smallest Caribbean island in population won the most medals of all the countries competing in track and field. Why Do Jamaicans Run So Fast? offers a unique insight into Jamaican society at large as it tells the story of the world's strongest sprinting nation.
61 min. New York City, NY; NYC
Casey Jost (Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Impractical Jokers) likes to fool around. In 2011, Casey premiered his one-man show that combined his two loves: music and comedy. Now Casey will incorporate his third love: human beings. New York City, NY; NYC