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HBO Bryant Park Summer Music Festival. Photo via New York Post.

Events big and small in New York City this week, with the return of Bryant Park movies, New York City PRIDEFEST, and Night at the Museums, as well as new exhibit Living Landmarks.

Monday, June 22nd

The HBO Bryant Park Summer Music Festival returns on Monday with a screening of Ghostbusters on the lawn.

Tuesday June 23rd

It’s the annual Night at the Museums: 15 downtown museums and historic sites will offer free admission from 4 to 8pm, including the 9/11 Memorial Museum, Fraunces Tavern Museum, Skyscraper Museum, South Street Seaport Museum, NYC Municipal Archives Visitor Center and Wall Street Walks. Each museum will have special program offered on this night only.

Wednesday, June 24th

We’ve got a promo code for you directly from the New York Transit Museum for their next PLATFORM series, an evening of live performance, documentary film, and more within the decommissioned 1936 subway station the museum calls home. With the CREATE10 code, tickets are only $10 (instead of $15).

Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance is hosting a public workshop about the future of Newtown Creek.

Van Leeuwen Ice Cream is launching its new book of recipes at Powerhouse Arena at 7pm.

Thursday, June 25th

The new exhibit Living Landmarks, celebrating 9 individually landmarked NYC Parks–Central Park, Prospect Park, Fort Tryon, Morningside Park, Riverside Park, Verdi Square, Bryant Park and Eastern and Ocean Parkway–opens at the Arsenal at Central Park.

Friday, June 26th

The 2015 Harlem Arts Festival commences in Marcus Garvey Park with a jam-packed schedule of musicians, poetry, theater, photography and visual arts.

Saturday, June 27th

It’s the last two days of the River to River Festival in Lower Manhattan and Governors Island with dance, performance art, visual arts and more. Take a look at the full schedule this week.

Sunday, June 28th

NYC Pridefest returns for the 22nd year with many events leading up to the festival and march this week.

Join Barry Feldman, urban historian, in an exploration of tenement history and ornamental architecture above Houston Street.

Join us on an upcoming Untapped Cities tour: a few tickets left for our Behind the Scenes NYC exploration of the Hunts Point Produce Market with NYCEDC, our summer after hours party at the Museum at Eldridge Street, and the next Remnants of Penn Station tour.

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