Friday, September 27
Brookfield Place Waterfront Plaza, 220 Vesey St., broadway.org, 12:30-2pm, free
United Airlines presents this complimentary concert on the waterfront. See showcases from the casts of Annie, Chicago, Newsies, Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella among many more. Performances will run rain or shine.
Charlotte’s Place, 107 Greenwich St., 6-7:15 p.m., 212-602-0800, free
The entire family is invited to Charlotte’s Place the last Friday of every month for Family Veggie and Yoga Night.
Saturday, September 28
E. 4th St. (btwn Bowery & 2nd Ave., fabnyc.org, 1-5 p.m., free
This one-day-only arts explosion features free performances, exhibits, and activities. Enjoy original dance, theater, and musical performances by artists from across the Lower East Side as well as sample tasty bites from local vendors.
The Red Lion, 151 Bleecker St.,1-9 p.m., 21+
Kick off fall the right way with the Greenwich Village Fall Pub Crawl, which goes all day long between a number of participating local bars. Hundreds of people are sure to make their way to the Village for the 19th annual day and night of bar-hopping and entertainment.
Sunday, September 29
South Street and Peck Slip at the Old Fulton Fish Market, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m., free
It’s the first market of the fall season. New Amsterdam Market will hold four special dates this fall: September 29, October 27, November 24 and December 15.
From the Battery Tunnel to Vesey St., t2trun.org, all day, $50
The Tunnel to Towers Run/Walk is a fundraiser created to honor the heroic life and death of Stephen Siller, his 342 FDNY brothers and all 9/11 victims. Participants run from Brooklyn through the Brooklyn/Battery Tunnel to Vesey Street for a street fair open to the public.
Monday September 30
120 Liberty St.,6:30PM, tributewtc.org, free
Writing the Book will be a presentation by Jim Dwyer and Kevin Flynn, New York Times journalists, who will talk about what they learned when they wrote this masterpiece of reporting about those trying to survive inside the Twin Towers.
138 Sullivan St, 7:30 p.m., 212-228-2819, $5
With comedians and entertainers who have been seen or heard on Comedy Central, BET, Logo, VH1, MTV, NPR and all your favorite late night shows, this is one of the few shows that is guaranteed to never be the same show twice. Unlimited boxed wine and beer all night.
Tuesday, October 1
10 River Terrace, 7-9 p.m., $10; $7 for students and seniors; free for organization members
Poet and scholar Ammiel Alcalay, Iraqi-American poet Alise Alousi, poet and project founder Beau Beausoleil, and Middle East scholar M. Lynx Qualey gather to reflect on this landmark project and the important role on poetics in Middle Eastern culture.
John Jay College, 899 10th Ave., 6th floor, free
View the new exhibit at the New York City Police museum at John Jay College.
Wednesday, October 2
Bowery Ballroom, 6 Delancey St., 8 p.m., boweryballroom.com, $35
The multi-instrumentalist, indie-rock, Brooklyn-based group, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, will be playing the famed Bowery Ballroom and it’s an event music-lovers of all stripes won’t want to miss.
Thursday, October 3
Loreley, 7 Rivington St (btwn Bowery & Chrystie), loreleynyc.com
Kick off Oktoberfest right all month at Loreley with the biergarten’s ceremonial festivities. Come out for Bavarian beer and at least 12 different kinds of sausages.
General Assembly East, 902 Broadway Ave., 7-9:30 p.m., generalassemb.ly, $15
Join Suits to Silicon Alley and General Assembly for a panel discussion with NYC’s best venture capitalists on the growth of the NYC startup community. The panel will cover the growth of the NYC tech community, roles individuals can play in helping the tech community grow and opportunities that exist for those coming from the corporate world.
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