Enjoy these great events the week of Oct. 24-30
Thursday, Oct. 24
Candlelight Ghost Tours of ‘Manhattan’s
Most Haunted House’
Brave ‘Manhattan’s Most Haunted
House’ with an hour long tour of the
space where eight family members
died. 6:30 p.m. at Merchant’s House
Museum, 29 East 4th St., www.nycgovparks.
The Treehouse, one of the more
unique music venues in the city, has
just announced a number of upcoming
jazz and world music concerts. The
home of artist Richard Shaoul — part
folk art environment and part art gallery
— is a favorite venue of bassist
Luca Soul Rosenfeld , who has curated
this series of concerts. The fi rst features
Rosenfeld as the opening act for
soprano sax player Jon Irabagon, who
will be playing solo this evening. 9:30
p.m., The Treehouse, 833 Broadway.
$10 suggested donation.
Friday, Oct. 25
You Took a Part of Me
Karole Armitage will perform a
dance modeled after Noh, a type of Japanese
dance theater. Four dancers will
perform the story of a woman’s ghost
who takes a second look at life’s complexities
as she searches for peace. 7:30
p.m. at New York Live Arts Theater,
219 W 19th St., www.newyorklivearts.
org. Starting at $25, $15 for students
Fall Fest at Sherman Shriek! Park
Spend the afternoon with New York
Restoration Project on the Harlem
River for fun fall activities, including
painting, mask and puppet making, a
magic show, and poetry. 2 to 5 p.m. at
Sherman Creek Park, 3725 10th Ave.,
Saturday, Oct. 26
Hester Street Fair’s Closing Day
Celebrate the ending of the season at
Hester Street Fair with food and craft
vendors. Also participate in “Cut It:
An Exploration in Group Collage!” to
make magazine cut-out collages with
Come to The Treehouse in The Village tonight, Oct. 24, for a concert featuring bassist Luca Soul Rosenfeld
and soprano sax player Jon Irabagon.
Fort Makers studio. 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at
Hester Street Fair, corner of Hester and
Essex, www.hesterstreetfair.com. Free.
NYSoM Halloween Havoc 2019
This event will include two spooky
spaces, NYSoM Transylvania and Dr.
Killjoy’s Santorium. Watch out for
some classic monsters and some newer
spooky characters. 2 to 6 p.m. at East
Harlem Tutorial Program, 2050 2nd
Ave., www.nysomgroup.org . Free.
Sunday, Oct. 27
She Embraced the Sky: A Tribute to
Mary Ellen Rooney
The Haiku Society of America will
present this tribute to Mary Ellen
Rooney, with a haiku walk to discuss
the connection between sky and earth.
Please bring a haiku to share and bring
your own notebook and pen. 1 to 5
p.m. at Jefferson Market Library, 425
Avenue of the Americas, www.nypl.
Scary Bazaar- Halloween Special
Vendors and guests alike will be
dressed in their best costumes for this
spooky edition of the Grand Bazaar.
There will be 140 plus vendors with
sweet food and treats. 10 a.m. to 5:30
p.m., 100 West 77th St., www.grandbazaarnyc.
Monday, Oct. 28
Move along with your crawler/prewalker
baby and meet other caregivers
through this interactive activity. There
will also be songs and books to encourage
early learning. 10:15 to 10:45 a.m.
at Roosevelt Island Library, 524 Main
PHOTO COURTESY OF BOB KRASNER
Tuesday, Oct. 29
Join Connors and Sullivan Attorneys
at Law PLLC to learn about protecting
your loved ones with Elder Law, Estate
Planning, and Trusts and Estates Law.
11 a.m. and 3 p.m. at The 3 West Club,
3 West 51st St., www.connorsandsullivan.
Wednesday, Oct. 30
Halloween Pumpkin Flotilla
Participate in pumpkin carving and
Halloween crafts with the whole family
in Central Park. At twilight, watch
the Pumpkin Flotilla cross the Harlem
Meer. 4 to 7 p.m. at Charles A. Dana
Discovery Center, Inside the park at
110th Street between 5th and Lenox
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