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November 2020 


Sips & Scoops:   On November 1, the Museum of Ice Cream is hosting a hands-on workshop to create your own ice cream and find the perfect alcohol pairings!

Lincoln Center:  Lincoln Center presents a new series of in-person live music performances, featuring a diverse range of artistic styles—from chamber music and jazz to Caribbean and Bollywood inspired melodies, performed by NYC artists.  The performances will be held at two outdoor venues on Lincoln Center’s iconic campus. Each venue will house individual pods for audience members to sit in, to ensure adequate social distancing. 

Apres-Ski: This six-week pop-up celebrates Alpine themed food, cocktails, and wine. Bundle up in the cozy outdoor Chalet with heaters and holiday cheer. Perfect for after-work or after holiday shopping. Grab a bite and hot cocktail to take a winter vacation right here in NYC.

Ice Skating: The Rink at Bryant Park is the crown jewel of Winter Village and New York City's only admission free ice skating rink. 

Rooftop Comedy: New York Comedy Club is hosting pop-ups at partner venues around the city to bring you safely distanced outdoor fun. 

Free Shots for Early Voters: Concord Hill in Williamsburg is gifting voters (through November 3) with a free house infused shot during Happy Hour with any purchase.

Radial Park: An interactive, theatrical experience, viewed from the safety of your own vehicle. Guests will come to enjoy a show on the big screen with live, sing-along entertainment, performed by Broadway stars.  Don’t have a car? No problem! Rent a picnic table and a retro boombox to hear the movie and live performances. 

Photoville: The Photoville Festival returns with over 60 outdoor exhibitions city-wide and a full slate of free online programming for all. 

Death by Nightshade: On Dia de Los Muertos, small groups will be guided by the hand of Santa Muerte to imbibe at the apothecary bar and tea garden. Either before, after, or in between these sessions, you will be summoned to commune with the other side during an exclusive 101 oracle reading. Artworks and artisanal goods will be available for your viewing and purchasing pleasure. Expect to enjoy additional gifts from the universe upon your departure.

Wine & Cheese Pairing Class: This master-led session will guide you through a pairing of flavorful, handcrafted artisanal cheeses alongside 5 exceptional wines hand-selected by expert wine connoisseurs. Let the hosts at Beecher's Handmade Cheese walk you through various terroirs and olfactory delights with an immersive tasting class overlooking the glass-walled kitchen where the crafters utilize time-honored methods used by cheesemakers for thousands of years.

Masks & Musicals: This weekly Broadway Karaoke event offers each (masked) singer the chance to sing with live piano accompaniment. The event is both indoors and outdoors and the singers will stand 12' from the socially distanced audience. 

"Celestial": ARTECHOUSE's newest immersive experience. This oceanic, mesmerizing exhibit is a transportive getaway that feels as though you've stepped right into a painting. Plus, it's an ideal backdrop for stunning photos too!


Hudson Valley 

Sip & Craft: Uncork your inner artist while enjoying Magnanini wines. We will be making a 12oz candle in Soylicious signature glass jar. You may choose from 3 different seasonal scents: "Christmas Tree", "Harvest Berry" or "Sugar Cookie", and you can make it any color you would like to match your decor.

Let's Talk Turkeys: Join Becca Howe-Parisio, Interpretive Ranger, to find out what wild turkeys eat for Thanksgiving! Before your hike, stop by the outdoor display near the Visitor Center to discover how turkeys nest, find food, and stay safe from predators.  Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian over the age of 18.


Outdoor Photography Exhibit: The Ground Glass Photographers are on a Roll ! We’re taking our latest exhibit off the gallery walls, out the door and into the streets. 

Mac and Cheese Festival  at Thomas Bull Memorial Park 

Handgun Safety Course: Phoenicia Fish & Game Association has been offering this free course since 2014. Over 11,000 people have attended our course, during which you will learn safe handgun handling, different types of handguns, ammunition, ammunition components, loading and unloading handguns, cleaning and various other important handgun safety lessons.


Holiday Market: Join us on November 7th for a Holiday Market on Greenburgh Nature Center’s Great Lawn. 


Frosty Fest: A family-fun holiday light spectacular featuring Meet & Greet with Dasher the Reindeer, Frosty's Musical Light Show, Candy Cane Lane, Frosty's Enchanted Forest, Glistening Gardens, Magical Mansion, Frosty's Magical 3D Adventure, Santa's North Pole, Blizzard the Polar Bear, gift shops and tasty treats. 

Zulma Steele: Zulma Steele: Artist/Craftswoman examines the career of one of Byrdcliffe’s earliest artist residents and the powerful creative voice of the Byrdcliffe brand. The exhibition includes ceramics, furniture and furniture designs, paintings, and works on paper, as well as some important Zulma Steele notebooks that have recently come to light.


Fire Ecology Walk: Are you interested in understanding how the 2016 wildfire affected the plants and animals at Sam's Point? Learn about Sam's Point's unique fire-dependent ecosystem on this interpretive three-mile hike on the Loop Road.  We will explore the landscape to examine fire-adapted species and to compare and contrast forests where fire has been suppressed and reintroduced.

Beginning Acting Classes: Enjoy eight weekly small group / socially distanced sessions at Shadowland Stages. Designed as an introductory-level acting course, this class is a great opportunity for newcomers or those with minimal onstage experience. Whether you've got ambitions to tread the boards, or just want to learn a little more, this is the class for you.


Hudson Valley Art Market: Shop local and discover a carefully curated selection of 30 local artists, artisans, and vendors. at the Locust Grove Estate.