PCNY Member Experience Spring 2019

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Sights to See NINTH AVENUE FOOD FESTIVAL MAY 18 – MAY 19

As the oldest, and largest continuing food festival in New York City, the Ninth Avenue Food Festival is too delicious to miss. They offer a variety of events and promotions related to the Merchants of Ninth Avenue and Hell’s Kitchen in New York City.

Date Night TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL APRIL 24 – MAY 5

Learn more here: ninthavenuefoodfestival.com

Late Night THE SHED IN HUDSON YARDS OPENING ON APRIL 5 Be among the first to attend New York City’s newest performance arts center, The Shed, in Hudson Yards. The Shed commissions original works of art, across all disciplines, for all audiences. The Shed brings together established and emerging artists in fields ranging from hip hop to classical music, painting to digital media, theater to literature, and sculpture to dance in an unprecedented movable structure that adapts to support all kinds of inventive work under one roof.

Continuing its tradition of elevating exceptional storytelling rooted in today’s global film communities, the 18th annual Festival will showcase debut works from emerging talent and new works from notable filmmakers. The program includes discoveries, comedies, music-centered, politically- minded, and social films.

Bordering Boroughs CHERRY BLOSSOM FESTIVAL - BROOKLYN BOTANIC GARDEN APRIL 27 – APRIL 28 Sakura Matsuri, the Garden’s annual cherry blossom festival, celebrates Japanese culture with a rich program of events. The weekend offers nearly 60 events and performances that celebrate traditional and contemporary Japanese culture.

Learn more here: www.tribecafilm.com

Learn more here: theshed.org

Learn more here: www.bbg.org/visit/ event/sakura_matsuri_2019

Bring the Family EASTER PARADE 5TH AVENUE EASTER SUNDAY, APRIL 21

Each year on Easter, celebrants don festive finery and show off their very best bonnets along Fifth Avenue. Starting at about 10am and continuing until 4pm, the parade marches north on Fifth Avenue, from 49th Street to 57th Street. The best place to watch is from the area around St. Patrick’s Cathedral; better yet, bring your bonnet and join the parade.

Learn more here: www.nycgo.com/events/easter-parade-and-easter-bonnet-festival

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