Relations Email: ThoroughConsulting@
Caribbean Life, S 22 EPTEMBER 24-30, 2021
gmail.com Phone: 631.664.4927
Country: United States Website: www.
ThoroughConsulting.com. 6 – 11 pm.
Friday, Sept. 24. Free performances
of Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors–
Boomerang Theatre Company William
Shakespeare’s “Comedy of Errors,”
directed by Scott Ebersold. This free,
in-person event will take place at The
Prince George at 15 E 27th St. at 7:30
p.m. buy a free ticket to reserve your
spot. 7:30 – 9 pm.
Saturday, Sept. 25. Affordable Art
Fair– Experience art from over 300
contemporary artists showcased by 70
local, national and international exhibitors
at the Metropolitan Pavilion in
Chelsea. 125 West 18th Street. $25-70,
Saturday, Sept. 25 – 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.;
Sunday, Sept. 26 – 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. 10
am – 8 pm.
Saturday, Sept. 25. Paint in the Park–
Learn painting techniques during this
guided 2 hour course in the middle of
Central Park. Participants will be guided
by a professional artist through a featured
painting. A pre-sketched canvas,
unlimited painting materials (brushes,
acrylic paints etc) and a take home bag
are included. $35.75, 1:30 p.m. – 3:30
p.m., Pinetum East Central Park East
84th St & 5th Ave. 1:30 – 3:30 pm.
Sunday, Sept. 26. Tea Sit: Meditate +
Learn– Explore the techniques of brewing
old-growth tea which is known to
calm the mind, aid digestion, and heal
body tissue. The class will also include
a meditative portion. $45, 4:00– 5:30
p.m., Chinatown Soup 16B Orchard
Street. 4 – 5:30 pm.
Saturday, Sept. 25. Welcome to Fall-
Pizza & Drinks Fundraiser for OSH:
Welcome Fall with our seasonal fundraiser!
Enjoy wood fired pizza from the
OSH hearth, prepared by Zen Groom
& Angela Lombardo, along with drinks
from our friends at Fort Hamilton
Distillery, The Gate, and Good Wine.
Outdoors, limited to 75 people. Get
your tickets here! The Old Stone House
& Washington Park is located at 3rd
Street between 4th & 5th Avenues in
Park Slope, Brooklyn Gallery open to
the public, 10 visitors at a time, Friday,
Saturday, & Sunday from Noon - 4 pm
www.theoldstonehouse.org I (718) 768
- 3195 I email@example.com.
6 – 8:30 pm.
Sunday, Sept. 26. 2021 Tunnel to
Towers 5K Run & Walk – The Tunnel
to Towers National Run, Walk, & Climb
Series pays homage to first responders
and service members who have made
and continue to make sacrifices in the
line of duty. The 5k was created to
honor the final steps of Stephen Siller,
a New York City firefighter (FDNY) who
lost his life on Sept. 11, 2001 after strapping
on his gear and running through
the Hugh L. Carey Tunnel to the Twin
Towers. $0-90, Ikea Parking Lot 9 Red
Hook Brooklyn 1 Beard St. 9:30 am – 2
Monday, Sept. 27. Culinary Voyage
Through Spain Cooking Class– Learn
how to prepare five authentic Spanish
dishes with Chef Ivan. Some dishes
attendees will make include tapas, a
Valencian version of paella and a silky
crema Catalana for dessert. $125, 11
a.m.- 2 p.m. Location- near Washington
Square Park. Guests will receive
the address upon signing up. 10 am – 2
Monday, Sept. 27. The Phantom of
the Opera in Bryant Park– Bring a
blanket and sit on the lawn to enjoy The
Phantom of the Opera movie night in
Bryant Park. The film begins at sunset
and food and drink will be available for
guests. Free. 5-10 p.m. at the Bryant
Park Lawn. 5 – 10 pm.
Tuesday, Sept. 28. Agora Gallery
Reprisal and Rediscovery– The 28th
is the last day to see Agora Gallery’s
exhibition- Reprisal & Rediscovery.
The exhibit presents work that explores
pathways of renewal and healing in
the aftermath of the pandemic by seasoned
and emerging artists. Much of
the presented work is abstract in style
and reflects optimism. Free, 11 a.m. – 6
Friday, Sept. 24. Strictly Tango at
Sutton Place Park– Put on your dancing
shoes for a free tango dance class
with Strictly Tango NYC Dance School,
directed by Sergio Segura. Bring a
dancing partner or come solo and meet
a new dancing partner. Free, open to
the public, 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., Sutton
Place Park 500-514 East 55th Street.
3 – 5 pm.
Friday, Sept. 24. This June, Arts
Brookfield presents CURRENT, an interactive
soundwalk through Lower Manhattan
by award-winning interdisciplinary
artist Annie Saunders and collaborators
Andrew Schneider, Jackie! Zhou/
One Thousand Birds and Marc Downie
of OpenEndedGroup. CURRENT is open
to the public from June 12 – Oct. 1,
2021, running every 30 minutes from
5:30pm – 8:30pm daily, and the experience
is approximately 60 minutes in
length. From June 12-20, CURRENT
will be a featured exhibition in Tribeca
Festival lmmersive, a program from the
Tribeca Festival highlighting experiences
that push the boundaries of storytelling.
The walk begins and ends in
Zuccotti Park, Lower Manhattan. Listeners
will take in notable markers such
as Trinity Church, the New York Stock
Exchange, and Battery Park throughout
the experience during the 1.5 mile
guided walk. For more information
about Brookfield Properties and CURRENT,
please visit https://www.brookfieIdproperties.
com 2124177142. 5:30 – 8:30 pm.
Friday, Sept. 24. Come to break bread
together and play under the trees as we
celebrate Sukkot the Jewish harvest
holiday: a backyard party for the fall
moon, the turning leaves and the seasonal
winds. With Lab/Shul’s unique
God-optional approach to tradition,
text, and story, FamilyLab is open to
those who identify as Jewish, Jew-ish,
and everything in between. Shira Kline
a.k.a. ShirLaLa, leads these meet-ups
through story, music, art activities and
great conversation. Whether you build
your own Sukkah or it’ll be your first
time shaking the lulav, all are welcome!
fam… 2129082536. 5:30 – 7:30 pm.
Friday, Sept. 24. After rescheduling
his eighth annual April Fools Comedy
Jam twice due to COVID-19 restrictions,
comedian and event producer
Rip Micheals is excited to announce the
newly branded Fall Back Comedy Jam
coming Friday September 24, 2021. Barclays
Center in Brooklyn, NY hosts the
monumental line-up featuring comedy
heavyweights including Mo’Nique, D.C.
Young Fly, Lil Duval, Arnez J, Brandon
T. Jackson, and Zoie Fenty aka GotDamnZo.
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Bow Bridge in Fall Foliage in Central Park, Manhattan, New York. Photo via Getty Images