Day Trips

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Cultural Arts Center in historic buildings Snug Harbor $5 Adults, $4 Students/Seniors, Free for Children Under 12 1000 Richmond Terrace Staten Island, NY Wednesday-Sunday 12PM-5PM newhouse@snug-harbor.org (717)425-3524 Home of 26 historical buildings, nine botanical gardens, a two-acre urban farm and 10 acres of wetland, Snug harbor is known as a place where history, architecture, visual [&hellip
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Seniors

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Dance for Life $17 per class, bulk rates available 92Y 1395 Lexington Avenue @ 92nd St. www.92y.org (212) 415- 5500 Stimulate your mind and body with gentle dance classes that enhance flexibility and strength. A variety of dance styles and class times are offered. The 92nd St Y is a large community filled with interesting [&hellip
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Art

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The museum’s Two-Way Mirror Walkabout The Roof Garden Commission: Dan Graham with Gunther Vogt Suggested donation of $25 The Metropolitan Museum of Art – Fifth Ave @ 88th St April 29 – November 2 Monday – Thursday, Sunday 10AM – 5:30PM Friday – Saturday 10AM – 9PM www.metmuseum.org Pioneer conceptual artist Dan Graham has built [&hellip
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Food

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The East Side’s Healthiest Brunch The East Pole Prices vary 133 East 65th St @ Lexington Ave Saturday 11:30 AM – 3PM, Sunday 10:30AM – 3PM www.theeastpolenyc.com The East Pole offers a beautiful, healthy brunch menu at their restaurant on East 65th Street. You can enjoy fresh cocktails like their heirloom tomato Bloody Mary and [&hellip
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Visual Stops

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New York is filled with visual stimulation. Colors, shapes, textures, and a combination of all three make the Big Apple the sensory place that it is. Throughout Manhattan are visual stops not to be missed. Here are our picks: Conservatory Garden In Central Park If you’ve never been to the Conservatory Garden in Central Park, [&hellip
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Kids

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For the younger set in the city there’s lots to do this summer. All kids have to do in some cases is drop in and participate. For others, they have to apply, which means deadlines. Either way, planning helps. Much of what we mention is free. When an activity costs, we’ll tell you that, too. [&hellip
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Lectures

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Want to challenge your brain, even when it’s hot, hot, hot in the city? When it comes to lectures, Manhattan has it covered Here are some ways to build your brain power this summer. Managing U.S.-China Relations ‘Unprecedented in the History of Nations’: Managing U.S.-China Relations; part of Asia: Beyond the Headlines, a series of [&hellip
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