Our picks for New York City’s urbanist events for next week include a mass meditation on a boat, screening of Dog Day Afternoon, and the return of the Transit Museum Bus Festival.
If you haven’t been in on one of popular Silent Disco events, don’t miss the next Big Quiet which will take place on a boat. This group meditation event will be on a Horatio Hornblower cruise, transformed into a three-story Bedouin lounge.
At Industry City Gallery, the Vertical Urban Factory exhibit will host a conversation about urban industrial space.
Love bluegrass? A history buff? Interested in New York City’s waterfront? PortSide NewYork has combined them all in the NYC premiere of bluegrass band Paradise Mountain Boys from Norway as part of its ongoing Red Hook WaterStories at Atelier Roquette in Red Hook.
At Museum of the City of New York, the panel You Are What You Wear: NY’s Sustainable Fashion will dig into sustainable fashion.
As part of See It Big! New York in Film, Dog Day Afternoon will screen at the Museum of the Moving Image.
The Village Voice’s 5th Annual Brooklyn Pour Craft Beer Festival will take place at the Brooklyn Expo Center with over 100 craft brews from tri-state area and beyond.
Join Thomas W. Gilbert, baseball historian and author, to celebrate his newly published book Playing First: Early Baseball Lives at Brooklyn’s Green-Wood Cemetery.
The Global Citizen Festival returns to Central Park for the fourth year, an effort to battle global poverty around.
The annual New York Transit Museum Bus Festival returns featuring NYC’s vintage fleet of buses and transportation vehicles, just a block from the museum.
Our Secrets of Grand Central tour for this Sunday is sold out, but check out future dates here.
Possibly NYC’s largest street fair, the Atlantic Antic, is going down also on Sunday from 12-6pm.