Ten great things to do in Manhattan, Oct. 31-Nov. 6
The Village Halloween Parade marches on tonight, Oct. 31, with thousands of ghouls and goblins hitting the streets and having fun.
Thursday, Oct. 31
Village Halloween Parade
Walk with the 46th Annual Parade
dressed in your own costume, or opt
to watch from the sidewalk as puppets,
bands, dancers, and artists walk
down the street. You can also choose
to buy a ticket to participate in special
sections of the parade. Starts at 7 p.m.
at Canal Street and 6th Avenue. www.
Halloween Fashion Parade
Infants to pre-K children are welcome
to come dance to Halloweenthemed
music in their costumes. 10:15
a.m. at 58th Street Library, 127 East
58th St., www.nypl.org. Free.
Friday, Nov. 1
NYC Craft Beer Fest Halloweekend
Taste 150 craft beers from 75 breweries,
shop food and vendors, and receive
unlimited spirits, cider, and craft
beer tastings. 10:30 p.m. at Union
West, 535 West 28th St., nyccraftbeerfest.
FILE PHOTO/THE VILLAGER
Saturday, Nov. 2
Chamber Music Series 2
Listen to readings from Beethoven’s
favorite book, Refl ections On the
Works of God, and His Providence
Throughout All Nature. Then, hear
how he used the themes from this
book to inspire his quartet no. 13 with
“Grosse Fuge” as The New York Classical
Players perform this work. 12:30 to
4:30 p.m. at Bruno Walter Auditorium,
111 Amsterdam Ave., www.nycpmusic.
Design a Flower Centerpiece
Learn about fl owers and useful tips
for designing your own centerpiece in
this fi rst come, fi rst served interactive
workshop! Leave with your own piece
to take home! 12 p.m. at Webster Library
Auditorium, 1465 York Ave.,
Sunday, Nov. 3
New York City Marathon: New Balance
Mile 16 Block Party
Cheer on the New York City Marathon
runners with performers like DJ
Corey Townes and the Brooklyn United
Drumline. 9 a.m. at First Avenue at
62nd Street, www.nypl.org. Free.
New York City Public Markets Festival
Head down to the Seaport District to
celebrate the public markets and local
producers of New York City. Experience
the variety of food and culture of
the public markets. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at
Pier 17, 89 South St., www.fultonstallmarket.
Monday, Nov. 4
Join in on juggling fun with The Bryant
Park Jugglers. You can jump in as
a drop-in and learn with the provided
equipment, or choose to just watch! 12
to 1 p.m. at Bryant Park, Upper Terrace
or Lawn, www.bryantpark.org. Free
Tuesday, Nov. 5
Morning Fitness at Fort Tryon Park
Trained professionals will lead this
morning hour of exercise, focusing on
stretching, strengthening muscles, and
walking. 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. at Heather
Garden in Fort Tryon Park, Cabrini
Blvd. and Fort Washington Ave.., www.
Wednesday, Nov. 6
Narcissus (Live Feed In-Process)
Come see Christopher Williams’s
choreographed portrayal of the original
Greek myth of Narcissus, but through a
modern, queer lens. The piece is set to
Nikolai Tcherepnin’s ballet score Narcisse
et Echo. 8 p.m. at New York Live
Arts Studios, 219 W 19th St., www.
newyorklivearts.org. Starting at $10.
What’s going on in your neighborhood? Tell us!
Email your events for our calendar to email@example.com
Schneps Media October 31, 2019 21