Terrifi c events through the holidays, Dec. 19-25
Storytime in Nolen Library
Families with children ages 3 to 6 are invited
to sing, listen, and explore picture books.
Don’t miss the chance to go on a self-guided
gallery hunt afterwards in the museum!
3 to 3:30 at The Met Fifth Avenue 1000 Fifth
Ave., www.metmuseum.org. Free.
Experience global warming and its effects
played out in this performance by Zvi
7:30 p.m. at New York Live Arts Theater 219
W 19th St., www.newyorklivearts.org. $25
general admission/$20 students and seniors.
Strasbourg-Alsace Christmas Market
Bowling Green will become a winter wonderland
with this Christmas village. The
event will include traditional decorations,
light displays, and goodies.
11 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Bowling Green Broadway
and Whitehall St., www.nycgovparks.org.
Clean up this holiday season by bringing
your waste to Bryant Park’s sorting station.
A trained waste concierge will also be
on hand to help you understand the ins and
outs of recycling and composting.
1 to 3 p.m. at Bryant Park 40th Street Plaza,
Fun Winter Wonderland
This event features fun for the whole family.
Take a photo with santa, play games, and
create your own crafts.
3 to 7 p.m. at Hamilton Fisher Recreation Center
in Hamilton Fish Park 128 Pitt St., www.
nycgovparks.org. A NYC Parks Recreation
Membership is required.
Found Sound Workshop
Composer, sound designer, and performer
Lea Bertucci will lead instruction on how to
collage found sounds in a mixing session.
3 p.m. at MoMA 11 West 53rd St., www.
moma.org. Free with admission.
Carnival of the Animals
Puppetry will take the stage during this classic
holiday performance that transforms
Lighting of the world’s largest menorah in 2018.
everyday objects into beloved animals.
1 p.m. at Miller Theatre 2960 Broadway (at
116th Street), www.millertheatre.com. $15.
The 13th Annual Menorah Horah
The Schlep Sisters, Minnie Tonka and Darlinda
Just Darlinda, will bring the heat to this
holiday season through this performance.
Along with several premier burlesque stars,
they’ll help you celebrate all eight nights of
Hanukkah in one evening!
8 p.m. at Le Poisson Rouge 158 Bleecker St.,
Grand Holiday Bazaar
This holiday market will take place indoors
and outdoors, and it will feature over 150
local artisans. Find the perfect holiday gift
among the decorations, jewelry, and artisanal
10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at Grand Bazaar NYC
100 West 77th St., www.grandholidaybazaarnyc.
Lighting of the World’s Largest
Menorah in Manhattan
Experience the lighting of the world’s largest
menorah at Grand Army Plaza.
5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at Grand Army Plaza in
Central Park Fifth Ave. between West 58th
and West 59th Streets, www.nycgovparks.
Arsenal Gallery: 37th Annual Wreath
PHOTO BY TODD MAISEL
View the unique wreaths that over 40 artists
and designers have created for this
37th annual exhibition.
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Arsenal in Central Park 830
Fifth Ave., www.nycgovparks.org. Free.
Singer Doni Zasloff and her husband Eric
Lindberg will lead this performance of
pieces from their album, Songs from the
Mountain. They will also play some holiday
favorites like Woody Guthrie’s “Hanukkah
11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at The Jewish Museum
1109 5th Ave., www.thejewishmuseum.
org. $18 general; $14 Jewish Museum family
members; free for children 18 and under.
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