WEEK AHEAD: Everything Going On Below Canal Street (10.19.17)
Welcome to Week Ahead, your rundown on everything going on below Canal Street this weekend and coming week. We’ve vetted and collected the best events (many are FREE!) for you on the Life Below Canal calendar.
Here are a few of our favorites coming up over the weekend:
-Saturday 10/21 - Saturday Morning Show (FREE) - Everyone's favorite kids show at Hudson Eats is 10AM to 12PM every Saturday.
-Saturday 10/21 - Taste of the Seaport (TICKETS REQUIRED) - The 8th Annual Taste of the Seaport, an annual fall festival that celebrates the amazing food & beverage scene nestled, features musical entertainment, children’s activities and treats from 40+ food & beverage purveyors, with proceeds benefiting arts and enrichment programs at PS 343 Peck Slip School and PS 397 Spruce Street School.
-Saturday 10/21 - Beer Boiled by ‘Warsteiner’ (FREE) - Combining 2 of Pier A’s favourite things, Beer & Seafood, come taste some of the amazing concoctions their chefs have created, as well as live music, games and a whole range of Warsteiner Beers including the Dunkel, Wheat, Pilsner and Konig Ludwig Weissbier.
-Sunday 10/22 - Outdoor Fulton Stall Market (FREE) - Check out the last one of the season before they pack it up and move in indoors.
-Tuesday 10/24 - Greenmarket Oculus Plaza (FREE) - If you haven’t checked it out yet, now is the time to shop the market, which offers fresh and local goods that are 100% farmer grown, produced, caught, or foraged, as part of GrowNYC Greenmarket's mission.
-Thursday 10/26 - Designing the Workplace of the Future: Imagining an Inclusive and Equitable Workplace (FREE/RSVP Required) - As organizations work to increase inclusivity in the workforce, a question begs to be asked: Do more diverse workspaces benefit from designs with a focus on equity?
-Thursday 10/26 - Night of 1,000 Jack O’Lanterns (TICKETS REQUIRED) - Starting tonight till the 29th, this event will light up New York Harbor with 1,000+ illuminated pumpkins carved by local artists and amazing views of the Manhattan skyline.
Don’t forget about these ongoing exhibits:
-New Sounds Live (FREE) - Open till October 23rd, the popular New Sounds Live series returns. Curated by WNYC‘s John Schaefer, New Sounds offers dynamic music from artists, composers, and traditional musicians. This year’s series features “Song of the Human,“ an Arts Brookfield commissioned composition by Pete M. Wyer inspired by Shigeru Miyagawa’s theory that human language evolved from birdsong. The sound installation will also be a part of three performances within the Winter Garden, and will remain on display through October 23.
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