From pumpkin picking at Historic Richmond Town’s Decker Farm this October to the Art Show to Benefit the Henry Street Settlement at the Park Avenue Armory in November, New York enthusiast Susan Gail Johnson guides her readers around the five boroughs to make the most of all the city has to offer.

On October 19, join Untapped New York Insiders for a talk with Johnson, author of An Almanac of New York City for the Year 2023. During the talk, Insiders will learn about surprising discoveries she made while researching the book, little-known happenings in each of the five boroughs, quintessential New York events this fall and in 2023, and fascinating nuggets of New York City history. The event is free for Untapped New York Insiders (get your first month free with code JOINUS). Attendees will receive a link to join the webinar after completing the registration.

An Almanac for New York 2023 Talk

Johnson is a museum consultant, editor, and content developer with expertise in New York City. She managed numerous major exhibitions and publications for the Museum of the City of New York and served as project director of its institution-defining permanent exhibition, New York at Its Core. Johnson holds a master’s degree from New York University’s John W. Draper Interdisciplinary Program in Humanities and Social Thought.

While doing research for the Almanac — which is packed with day-by-day listings for concerts and museum exhibitions, foodie and literary happenings, sporting events, celestial phenomena, and more around the five boroughs — Susan uncovered events to appeal to a vast range of interests. She also dug up historical tidbits that offer a unique perspective on the city over the years. Susan will share essential information to help attendees curate their own New York experience whether their preference is for high-profile or off-the-beaten-path events, indoors or outdoors.

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