Manhattan Events Calendar
Sculptor Exhibit in Madison Square Park: Martin Puryear now - January 08, 17
Come see the exhibition of American sculptor Martin Puryear in Madison Square Park, and is only two blocks from the Park South Hotel! Big Bling is multi-tier, and stands at over 40 ft tall. It is Puryear's largest work and due to its size, is meant for your own interpretation and understanding. The exhibition will be in the park until January 8th, 2017. Learn more about it here.
Charlie Parker Jazz Festival August 26 - 28, 16
Come celebrate the jazz artist Charlie Parker the last weekend in August at the Marcus Garvey Park. Performers include Jason Lidner and the Randy Weston African Rhythms Sextet. Celebrate the leader of bepop and influential jazz from August 26-28. Click here for more information. Image credit; nycgo.com
Brooklyn Pour Craft Beer Festival September 24, 16
As brew pubs across America, New York City is joining in on the celebration with the Brooklyn Pour Craft Beer Festival featuring more than 100 different beers from over 65 different breweries. There will be plenty of beer, food and live music to set a fun and laid back atmosphere for all to enjoy. Click here for more information. Image credit; ikerayestaran.com.
Feast of San Gennaro September 15 - 25, 16
Join in on the 11 day celebration of the Patron Saint of Naples, the Feast of San Gennaro. For 11 days guests can enjoy an array of different foods such as cannoli's and pizza, partake in food eating contests and relax to music and even cooking demonstrations all around Little Italy. Image credit; feastoffla.org.
Washington Square Outdoor Exhibit September 3-5 & 10-11, 16
Walk among the array of artists and craftsman that come to NYC once every spring and fall to show their unique and beautiful crafts and artwork at Washington Square Park. Find a birthday present for loved one, an early christmas gift, or treat yourself to something unique and beautiful. Click here for more information. Image credit; marketsofnewyork.com
Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade November 24, 2016
A Thanksgiving tradition for more than 90 years, this parade is one of the most famous holiday events in the world. The procession heads south down Central Park West from 77th Street, east along Central Park South to Sixth Avenue and then south along Sixth Avenue to West 34th Street, ending in front of Macy’s in Herald Square. Also, the inflating of the balloons along the perimeter of the American Museum of Natural History has become an annual Thanksgiving eve tradition on the Upper West Side.
More details: http://social.macys.com/parade/
Winter Village at Bryant Park now - March 05, 17
The rink is the centerpiece of Bryant Park’s winter season, which also includes the annual Holiday Shops at Bryant Park. The rink offers free admission for ice skating, high-quality rental skates, ice shows, special events and other activities daily from late October to early March.