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This wintertime tasting event, officially titled Waiter Can I Have ... Some Vodka to Warm Me Up, is designed to deepen your appreciation for this particular spirit, while introducing you to some interesting international brands. You'll have six different varieties to try, as well as a juice bar so you can mix your own flavored cocktails. Be prepared to astonish and impress your friends with your vast vodka knowledge the next time you hit the town after attending this get-together at the Paramount Building in New York.
Get try some vodkas from all over the world...and no we're not talking about Ciroc or Grey Goose.
Get ready try some that you might have seen but were curious about! Get ready to warm up!
-6 different vodkas
-juice bar (build your own cocktail)
-Giveaways and so much more!!
Started in 2002, this annual event features a wide selection of independent and international films. More than 200 films are screened in many venues.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City presents the Third Annual BIG Night of Laughs – a night of stand up comedy held at the Gotham Comedy Club. Three of the world’s funniest people – Dave Attell, Tom Papa, and Rachel Feinstein – will headline this night of laughs, where all proceeds benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of NYC's youth mentoring programs.
- Gotham Comedy Club Address: 208 W 23rd St Manhattan NY USA 10011
The Downtown Dance Festival (DDF) is one of lower Manhattan’s most highly anticipated summer events. Initiated in 1982 by Battery Dance Company (BDC), the Festival has thrilled audiences in the hundreds of thousands and showcased great dance companies from around the world as well as the best New York City has to offer, all free-of-charge to the public. The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The New Yorker and many foreign media outlets have accorded the DDF consistently excellent reviews and lavish features. As Battery Dance Company’s signature downtown community program, DDF has featured over 200 dance companies ranging in style from classical ballet to post-modern, Indian classical to Afro-Cuban. The Downtown Dance Festival is NYC’s longest-running dance festival.
A leading dance company in lower Manhattan and one of America’s most active cultural diplomats with programs in 57 countries, Battery Dance forwards its mission of connecting cultures and peoples through the Downtown Dance Festival. The DDF takes place annually in lower Manhattan’s outdoor plazas and parks, attracting local residents and tourists from all over the world and reinforcing the borough of Manhattan’s position at the epicenter of New York City’s arts life.
In 2013, BDC will expand the festival to new locations in the Financial District, attracting a diverse audience composed of office workers, passersby, tourists and dance aficionados who come to watch the show during the lunchtime breaks. The weekend performances, on the other hand, target lower Manhattan's growing residential population, city-wide residents, and visitors.
BDC continuously seeks fresh and unconventional ideas, and the DDF’s 32nd season will not be an exception. BDC will partner with the National Museum of American Indian to curate a performance by a premier Native American dance company; will collaborate with the Indo-American Arts Council to present a day of Indian classical dance to coincide with India’s Independence Day (August 15) and will cooperate with European Consulates General to present companies from Spain, France and the U.K.
- Battery Park Address: Battery Park New York NY USA
The Lincoln Highway Festival of Rochelle emphasizes the past and present wealth of transportation systems found in and around Rochelle. The festival is held the 2nd weekend in August and has numerous activities to see, including car/motorcycle show, live entertainment, amusements, craft, business & food booths, a parade and much more.
- Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor Address: . . . USA
Join us for Harvest in the Square, a festive celebration of community and cuisine, and New York’s premier local food and wine tasting event. The 18th annual foodie extravaganza will take place the evening of Tuesday, September 17th in Union Square Park. Chefs from the hottest restaurants in the Union Square district prepare signature eats using fresh farm produce from our very own Union Square Greenmarket. Microbrews and wines from New York State and across the globe are carefully paired with dishes. The event is a delicious way to support Union Square Partnership's efforts to beautify and maintain the park. Bring your appetite for a night of unforgettable fare, fun, music and more under the fall foliage on the North Plaza of Union Square Park!
Tickets on sale at: http://www.harvestinthesquare.org
More than one-million people visit the streets of Little Italy during the Feast of San Genarro, which is a salute to the Patron Saint of Naples. Street festivities feature parades, entertainment, food stands and cannoli-eating contests.
- Little Italy Address: Canal-Houston St., Elizabeth-Lafayette St. New York NY USA