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    New York City Event Calendar

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    August | September | October | November | December


    New York National Boat Show
    Join the crowds at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center at 35th Street & 11th Avenue to see the latest in luxury yachts, speed boats and pleasure cruisers.

    New York Antiques & Fine Art Fair
    A funky mix of old and new at the Armory, Park Avenue and 67th Street, exhibiting ancient through modern art from the U.S., Asia and the UK including paintings, sculpture, ceramics, antiques, maps & posters.


    Chinese New Year
    Head to Chinatown for two weeks worth of fireworks, special performances, feasting, dragon parades, and lion dances.

    Westminster Kennel Club Show
    150 breeds are put through their paces at this New York annual institution held at Madison Square Garden, as top dogs compete in several categories culminating in "Best in Show."

    International Art Expo
    One of the world's top art extravaganzas kicks off every Februrary at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center as dealers, agents and painters come together to show off their original works in oil, watercolors, sculpture, prints & posters.


    St. Patrick's Day Parade
    Everybody's Irish in New York on March 17th as a green line is painted down Fifth Avenue from 44th Street to 86th Street to lead thousands marching (and crowds cheering) to the tune of drums and bagpipes.

    Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus
    Follow the horses and elephants as they parade through the streets toward Madison Square Garden for another "Greatest Show on Earth."


    Baseball Opening Day
    The Yankees and Mets gear up for another winning season of classic American baseball. Get ya peanuts hear!

    Easter Parade
    This almost century-old tradition gets loonier every year, starting at St. Patrick's Cathedral around 10AM. Watch for lots of purple and pink flowery get-ups including bird cage hats inhabited by real live birds.

    New York International Auto Show
    The latest models and concept cars roar into town at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center for a week-long


    Ninth Avenue International Food Festival
    The mother of all street fairs stretches through Hell's Kitchen from 37th to 57th Street featuring foods from every corner of the earth, as well as local fare. Bring the kids.

    Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit
    Another New York institution featuring more than 200 local and international artists exhibiting their work around Washington Square Park during Memorial Day Weekend.


    The Belmont Stakes
    The final and most demanding leg in the Triple Crown. Place your bets at OTB, or watch all the action at Belmont Park in Elmont, Long Island.

    JVC Jazz Festival
    A month-long jazz fest starring top performers at venues such as Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall, the Beacon Theater and Town Hall.

    Puerto Rican Day Parade
    The city's biggest ethnic get-together is an exhuberant mix of pride and street fiesta featuring colorful floats, music and dancing down Fifth Avenue.

    Lesbian and Gay Pride March
    A lavender line is painted down Fifth Avenue for this annual extravaganza of floats, marchers and celebrities expressing gay pride and commemorating the Stonewall Riot of June 27, 1969.

    Metropolitan Opera in the Parks
    The Great Lawn in Central Park as well as other park venues throughout the city are turned into al fresco opera halls for free evening performances. Pack a picnic, and get their early.

    Shakespeare in the Park
    Join the long line of natives and tourists vying for free tickets to star performances at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park.

    also see -> NYC Summer Events


    Macy's July Fourth Fireworks
    Fireworks barges sail in along the East River, South Street Seaport and the Statue of Liberty for an evening spectacular celebrating American Independence Day.

    Mostly Mozart
    The place where great classical artists, music devotees and casual listeners all join together to celebrate the music of Mozart-plus Beethoven, Schubert, Haydn, and other Classical and Baroque favorites. At Lincoln Center.


    New York International Fringe Festival
    A fun alternative to the canned Broadway musical, this annual happening on the Lower East Side features almost two dozen venues including live theater, musicals, dance and comedy performances.

    U.S. Open Tennis
    New York City becomes the world capital of tennis beginning in late August with the action centering around Arthur Ashe Stadium in Flushing Meadows.


    Feast of San Gennaro
    Head for Mulberry street in Little Italy for a 10-day festa of zeppolis, sausage & peppers, music, carnival rides, religious processions and street parades.

    West Indian-American Day Parade

    Combination food festival, street fair and one of the "jumpin' -est parades this side of the Caribbean featuring wild and colorful costumes, music and dance throughout Labor Day weekend in Brooklyn.

    New York Film Festival
    Lincoln Center hosts this two-week long festival featuring first-run and indy films.


    Columbus Day Parade
    The first Columbus Day celebration was held in 1792, when New York City celebrated the 300th anniversary of his landing in the New World. Today, thousands come to watch this hearty mix of national and Italian-American pride, on parade up Fifth Avenue.

    Greenwich Village Halloween Parade
    One of the nation's most famous Halloween spooktaculars kicks off on Spring Street up Sixth Avenue to 23rd Street for the wildest and wackiest costume fest anywhere.

    New York Fall Foliage, Apple & Pumpkin Picking
    There's no place like Autumn in New York for weekend drives to apple and pumpkin farms in Westchester and throughout the Hudson Valley ...


    New York City Marathon
    Thousands of runners and thousands more New Yorkers come out to cheer on participants in the New York Marathon in early November, beginning at the Verrazano Narrows Bridge in Staten Island and ending in Central Park.

    Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade
    The official kick-off of the city's holiday season features giant balloons, floats, Broadway stars and the Rockettes ... and the arrival of Santa!

    Christmas Tree Lighting at Rockefeller Center
    Head for Rockefeller Center in late November, or stay home and watch the holiday entertainment on local NBC Channel 4.


    Times Square New Year’s Eve
    Ring in the New Year with millions of strangers who gather 'round to watch the ball drop at the stroke of midnight, accompanied by an explosion of fireworks. Happy New Year!

    also see -> Christmas in New York


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