NYC’s Best Springtime Events & Attractions (March, April & May)

NYC’s 10 Best Springtime Events & Attractions MARCH Live From the NYPL.  New York Public Library, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, Fifth […]
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NYC’s 10 Best Springtime Events & Attractions

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Live From the NYPL.  New York Public Library, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, Fifth Avenue, at 42nd Street, Midtown.  Talks with Wes Anderson, Malcolm Gladwell, and others at the NY Public Library.  Starting February 27th.  $25 general admission.  More information on Live From NYPL

Saint Patrick’s Day.  From the Saint parade to the nightlife, Saint Patrick’s Day has deep roots in NYC.  NYC’s 10 Best Irish Pubs & Bars for St. Patrick’s Day.  March 17th.  NYC’s 10 Best St. Patrick’s Day Events & Attractions

GC x Northern Grade NYC.  33 Main Street, DUMBO, Brooklyn.  March 22nd to the 23rd.  An American-Made Pop-up market featuring 20 to 40 brands of men’s goods and gear.

Of Mice and Men.  Longacre Theatre, 220 W 48th Street, Midtown ManhattanJames Franco stars in this classic novel turned play on Broadway.  March 27th to July 27th.  New York City’s 10 Most Famous Celebrities

The Complete Hitchcock: Television.  The Paley Center for Media, 25 W 52nd Street, Midtown West.  Famous movie director Alfred Hitchcock does his magic on the small screen.  Watch some of the best episodes of Alfred Hitchcock Presents.  March 29th to April 6th.  10 Best Movie Theaters in New York City

Red Hook Criterium.  Brooklyn Cruise Terminal, 72 Bowne Street, Brooklyn.  March 29th.  A 24 lap premier circuit track bike race featuring professional road cyclists, track specialists, bike messengers, and amateur urban riders in Brooklyn.  New York City’s 10 Best Sports Activities

17th Annual USA Memory Championship.  Con Edison Building, 4 Irving Place, Flatiron/Gramercy.  Nerd Alert!  Try something new by witnessing the top memorizers in the world go head-to-head memorizing plays, poems, names, playing cards, and more in a battle to be crowned number one.  March 29th at 8:30am.  Free event.

Harold Ramis Triple Feature.  Museum of the Moving Image, 36-01 35th Avenue at 37th Street, Astoria, Queens.  Begins 2:00pm, March 30th.  A tribute to the late Harold Ramis with back-to-back showings of National Lampoon’s Animal House, Groundhog Day, and The Ice Harvest.  10 Best Comedy Movies Set in Manhattan, New York City

NY Mets first home game.  Mets begin March 31st against the Washington Nationals.

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