Plenty to do around town this week, Jan. 9-16
Thursday, Jan. 9
Scales of the Universe at
the Hayden Planetarium
This unique exhibit is open to show
Museum of Natural History goers at 15
W. 81st Street just how big the things
around us and above us are. 10:00 a.m.
Tomatoland Pop up
Like the Museum Of Ice Cream…
but for tomatoes at 484 Broome Street,
open from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. $22
Gigantic see saws in the
What you see is what you get. These
big fellas will be on Broadway between
37th and 38th Streets until the end of
the month, public and free of charge.
The Imbible: A Spirited
History of Drinking
Head to New World Stages at 340
West 50th Street for this 10,000 year
old journey of booze for $90, starting
at 8:00 p.m. with other nights running
throughout the week.
Friday, Jan. 10
Use this weekend to dispose of your
wooded holiday decorations responsibly
and for free!
Harlem Stage presents:
Immigrant Song: The Diva
This $25 special show at Harlem
Stage’s 150 Convent Avenue and W.
135th Street is a must see music performance.
Ephrat Asherie Dance presents her new work Odeon at the Guggenheim Museum’s Works & Process program.
Sound It Out at Greenwich
Head to 46 Barrow Street for an evening
of piano, saxophone, and so many
more musical treats in theme of New
York jazz. $20
Time and details: www.greenwichhouse.
Saturday Jan. 11
Astrology Zone at
Astrologist Susan Miller talks about
the year at the Bloomingdales Carousel
with light bites and music and much
more at 1000 Third Avenue. $75, 1-4
p.m. on the 9th floor.
Video editing classes at
Learn non linear editing software at
the network’s 59th Street Studio at 537
W 59th St from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Sunday, Jan 12
Open Orchard School
Winter Fruit Tree
Head to the Generation X Cultural
Garden at 270 East 4th Street for this
eco friendly, free event from 11 a.m. to
Monday Jan. 13
Works & Process at the
Works & Process will commission
and premiere two works, one each by
Les Ballet Afrik and Ephrat Asherie
Dance, an additional performance will
be the next evening on Tuesday, Jan. 14.
Starting at $40
Wednesday, Jan. 15
2020 Vision Pop Up in
Beginning the Golden Era will be an
experience consisting of vendors, guest
speakers, networking, and friend-making.
In the spirit of the Tenth Avenue,
the presentation will be dynamic, engaging,
and include lots of cocktails,
amazing pizza, plus much more at 3795
Tenth Ave from 6pm-11pm.
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