New York City Calendar of Upcoming Events, Happenings and More
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NYC Stargazing – Night Sky Observing Events
Courtesy of the Amateur Astronomers Association of New York
Taking place through the year on various nights and locations.
Please be sure to check at the related links provided on this page, but especially on the official AAA.org site for info regarding exact locations and for the sake of keeping on top of any changes in scheduling or cancellations due to inclement weather and such. Mind you, there’s also the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation site calendar at which you might find of some of the below listed items.
High Line in Manhattan
Every Tuesday night from the start of April through the end of October.
Beginning at dusk.
According to the official site, most of the observing will take place at little W 12th Street, south of the Standard Hotel
Lincoln Center’s Plaza in Manhattan
Beginning at and around sunset.
Friday and Saturday evenings from April 5 & 6 until June 28, 29
Following by August 2, 3 / 9, 10
Then September 13, 14 / 20, 21 / 27, 28
Summer on the Hudson Stargazing and Sungazing in Manhattan
Riverside Park South in front of Pier i Cafe at 70th Street down on the Hudson River waterfront.
Stargazing Saturdays (8:00 – 11:00 pm):
SunGazing Sundays (1:00 – 4:00 pm):
Carl Schurz Park in Manhattan
Meet at the park esplanade overlooking the East River. 86th Street entrance would be the closest to where they set up.
At 8:30 pm
One Friday Evening each month from April to October
The time at which this begins varies from 7:30 to 8:30 pm depending upon the time of year.
Saturdays on the following dates:
Gateway National Park in Brooklyn
Fridays on the following dates:
159 Pioneer Street, in Red Hook, Brooklyn
Beginning at 7:30 pm
Second Sunday Meets
Brooklyn Bridge Park at Pier 1
Beginning at 8:30 pm
Select Fridays in June, July and August
Beginning at Sunset
Certain Friday nights from May to August
West of the oval, at the far west end of Borden Avenue
First Saturday night of each month through November
Beginning at 9:00 pm
Beginning at about 30 minutes past sunset.
West 235th Street and Johnson Avenue
Select Wednesdays and Thursdays from April 10, 11 to Wednesday, October 9
Hudson River Park’s Marine Science Festival
Saturday, September 28, 2019
11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Pier 84 at West 44th Street
Free to All!
Rain Date: Sunday, September 29
SUBMERGE Marine Science Festival – celebrates NYC’s coastal waters by bringing marine science to life. This day of interactive science at Hudson River Park’s Pier 84 invites the public to experience awesome experiments, kid-approved science entertainment, catch & release fishing, kayaking and more!
Wyckoff House Presents
Annual Breukelen Country Fair
Saturday, September 28
1:00 – 5:00 pm
At the Wyckoff House Museum
5816 Clarendon Road
Bring the whole family for a day-long extravaganza of local growing, hands-on homesteading, and creativity that turns the traditional harvest festival on its ear and boasts an array of games, crafts, local food, music, demonstrations, and family-friendly workshops led by local partners.
Celebrate Brooklyn’s rich history of growing with a local pop-up farmer’s market, seed swap, plant talks, and planting activities. Get your hands in the dirt, plant some seeds, press some cider, learn about honey bees, or have your face painted. Learn about colonial and urban homesteading with demonstrations of fiber arts, traditional crafts, and much more!
Forest Bathing: Seeking Wellness through Nature
Wednesday, October 23, 2019
At the Japan Society
333 E 47th Street
In Japan, the practice of shinrin-yoku, or “forest bathing” is hailed for its therapeutic effects. Proponents believe that by simply immersing ourselves in the atmosphere of a forest, we can soak in the healing power of trees. In a fast-paced world, forest bathing is a chance to be mindful of our surroundings, and to connect with nature through our senses.
At this talk, Dr. Yoshifumi Miyazaki, former deputy director of Chiba University’s Center for Environment, Health, and Field Sciences and author of Shinrin Yoku: The Japanese Art of Forest Bathing, examines the scientific evidence behind the concept of forest bathing and its potential to enhance wellness and happiness. Discover how you can connect with nature through this Japanese tradition, wherever you live.
In Japanese with English interpretation. Followed by a book signing reception.
NYC Kidney Walk
Sunday, November 10, 2019
For 18 years, the New York City Kidney Walk has served as a catalyst for uniting the community. With over 5,000 walkers in attendance, this Walk has become a symbol of strength and hope for patients, their families and those at-risk.
Also, have a look at this related video below:
Walker Welcome Video
Published by National Kidney Foundation