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JUNE 2021 


Sky High Yoga- Find your flow and soak up the skyline more than 1,100 feet in the air at the highest outdoor sky deck in the Western Hemisphere! 

The Green at Lincoln Center - The iconic Plaza has been re-imagined as Lincoln Center has turned the approximately 14,000 square feet of concrete expanse into a participatory public art installation that invites New Yorkers to relax and enjoy the open-air space, along with live performances.  With pop-up performances, educational workshops, a reading room, and canteen bites and sips, there's something for the whole family to enjoy this spring and summer at The GREEN.

Free Aikido - Free Intro class - Aikido 101 at Bond Street Dojo

Backyard at Hudson Yards-  Catch the Belmont Stakes, the French Open, or Yankees Games. The 30-foot Big Screen will also play movies and featured screenings throughout the summer., Enjoy being outside, play lawn games, experience pop-up events and take part in family-friendly activities!

Seaport Cinema - Seaport Cinema returns this summer with dinner and a movie at The Greens on The Rooftop at Pier 17. The slate of fan favorites runs through August. 

Tribeca Film Festival - The Festival ushers in live events for its 20th Anniversary and will be the first film festival in the US to resume in person (outdoor) screenings. The core of the festival program is their slate of feature and short films, highlighting politically, culturally and socially relevant films from diverse storytellers.

Immersive Van Gogh- The ORIGINAL Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit is thrilled to announce the once-in-a-lifetime exhibit will be located at Pier 36 NYC, a 75,000 square foot waterfront space located in Manhattan’s Lower East Side with spectacular views of the East River and the Manhattan and Williamsburg bridges. To help reimagine this massive venue, Immersive Van Gogh has joined forces with Emmy Award-winning and Tony Award-nominated designer David Korins, known for his set design of countless Broadway hits including Hamilton and Dear Evan Hansen.

Central Park Statues and Monuments- In person tours return to Central Park! The Park’s original design did not include statues and monuments—yet it is now home to 70 works of art.  Learn what inspired these memorials and the fascinating history of the veterans, philosophers, writers, and other great thinkers that have shaped Central Park. On this tour you’ll get an insider’s look at the Central Park Conservancy’s conservation efforts to ensure these statues and monuments remain for generations to come.


Spineless - Head to the NY Aquarium and prepare to be amazed by the bizarre but breathtaking animals in the "Spineless" exhibit. Pacific octopus, moon jellies, zombie worms, and more. Weird and wonderful invertebrates may lack backbones, but they’re the backbone of our ocean. See them up-close and learn why.

Jackson Pollock - In 1943 Jackson Pollock created what would be his largest-ever painting: "Mural", now on view at the Guggenheim. Although Pollock was not yet consistently working with canvases on the floor—pouring and dripping paint from all sides, as he would by 1947—Mural represents a pivotal moment in the evolution of Pollock’s artistic style. Informed partly by the Surrealists’ exploration of the unconscious mind, and by the work of Mexican muralists José Clemente Orozco, Diego Rivera, and David Alfaro Siqueiros, among others, Pollock began to challenge traditional notions of painting. He experimented with real and mythical imagery, dynamic gestures, and a vibrant palette in Mural, thereby further developing his idiosyncratic style as it approached abstraction. Mural has not been on view in New York in more than 20 years. 


Hudson Valley 

Pick Your Own Flowers- Brittany Hollow Farm will provide you with a yellow 1-gallon bucket for you to fill with flowers from their beautiful fields. Bring home lovely ageratum, amaranthus, butterfly weed, many celosia varieties, cleome, cockscomb, cosmos, gomphrena, snapdragons, snow on the mountain, statice, strawflowers, sunflowers and zinnias.

Air Shows - Choose from the “History of Flight” program, which highlights the Pioneer era before WWI, a WWI Show teaser, and the Golden Age of Aviation in the ’20s and ’30s. Or the WWI dog fight spectacular with a hero, a heroine (Cheer!), the villainous Black Baron of Rhinebeck (Boo!), scenery, pyrotechnics and a WWI tank. The supporting cast includes many antique automobiles. The stars are the historic airplanes including our 1909 Bleriot, the oldest regularly flying airplane in the Western Hemisphere; the Fokker DR-I Triplane, the most famous fighter of WWI; and a precise replica of the Spirit of St. Louis, which was the first aircraft to fly NY to Paris in 1927. While aircraft rotate on and off the flightline, usually 15-20 are flyable for our shows.


Strawberry Picking Celebration- In addition to Pick-your-own Strawberries, there will be other farm fun attractions available including jumping pillow, petting farm animals, Mini-golf, and many new attractions this season. The Ice Cream Barn will be open for ice cream, food and drinks as well.

UFO & Paranormal Museum - During the guided tour through the museum, groups will be led through numerous displays and exhibits, each depicting a mysterious and inexplicable event reported in New York’s Hudson Valley.  Attendees are encouraged to engage and share if they are comfortable doing so. This invariably leads to very interesting conversations!

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to have an ‘experience’? During the interactive tours, you’ll have the opportunity to see, hear, and feel what so many have described as being the most unusual and defining moments of their lives.

Westchester Philharmonic - The Westchester Philharmonic is the only wholly professional symphony orchestra in Westchester County and sets a new standard for a regional symphony orchestra, drawing from the finest professional free-lance musicians in the greater metropolitan area. Enjoy the music of Bach, Dukas, Puccini, Joplin and more. The resonant brass quintet will be led by Wayne duMaine, trumpet, at Untermyer Gardens. 

Dad Fest - Classic Car Show, live music, great food, vendors, kids' activities and more family fun, Dad Fest is a chance for the whole family to kick back and enjoy an early summer afternoon in Washington Park. 


Summer Solstice Yoga - Celebrate the beginning of the Summer / International Yoga Day with the gorgeous background of the Hudson Valley. Yogis from all over the Hudson Valley will welcome the sun back from its long journey by practicing 108 sun salutations in this outdoor class. Breath in fresh air and marvel at this beautiful backdrop as we move through this powerful practice together. There will also be live music and a Vendors Village which includes exclusive handmade products, fresh flowers and other products for sale.

Nostrano Vineyards will be open with food and beverages for sale.

Outdoor Watercolor Class - Take in this watercolors lesson in the Newburgh Free Library plaza! The class will be painting the historic Dutch Church next to the Newburgh Free Library. 


Rhinebeck Craft Festival - This thoughtfully curated shopping event located in the heart of the Hudson Valley features contemporary fine craft and art from over 200 American makers. Find original fashions, accessories and jewelry and art as well as gourmet foods, specialties, concessions, and tastings from local distilleries and wineries! Bring your kids for interactive puppet theater, face painting, and stilt walkers, and more. Plus, watch and participate in hands-on craft demonstrations! 


Benefit Picnic - Celebrate the flavors and beauty of early summer vegetables; picnic meals are made with Glynwood-grown and other local ingredients prepared by Fresh Company Catering.

Support new-entry farmers including the Glynwood Farm apprentices, participants in the Hudson Valley Farm Business Incubator program, and year-round farmer training workshops.