An Almanac for New York 2024 with Susan Gail Johnson

An Almanac for New York City 2024 with Susan Gail Johnson

Illustrations by Andrey Kokorin

Get a peek at NYC events in the fall and year ahead with a preview of An Almanac of New York City for the Year 2024 with editor Susan Gail Johnson!

  • Discover quintessential New York happenings in all five boroughs this fall and in 2024 like the NYC Winter Jazzfest or The Brooklyn Film Festival 
  • Uncover little-known events in each of the such as a Candlelight Ghost Tour at the Merchant’s House Museum or The 22nd Annual Rainbows on the Hudson
  • Learn fascinating nuggets of NYC history
  • Hear about surprising discoveries Johnson made while researching the book

About the event:

Susan Gail Johnson, author of An Almanac of New York City for the Year 2024, knows New York City inside and out. In this presentation, she shares essential information to help residents of the city and visitors alike curate their own New York experience.

While doing research for the Almanac—which is packed with day-by-day listings for concerts, plays, and museum exhibitions; foodie and literary happenings; sporting events 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. Whether their preference is for high-profile or off-the-beaten-path events, indoors or outdoors, in this presentation Susan will share inside tips to help attendees enjoy the pleasures that are unique to New York!

From pumpkin picking at Historic Richmond Town’s Decker Farm in Staten Island this October to the South Bronx Cultural Festival: Cumplimos 90. ¡Wepa! at the end of May 2024, Susan Gail Johnson guides us around the five boroughs to make the most of all the city has to offer.

About Susan Gail Johnson

Susan Gail Johnson is a museum consultant, editor, and content developer with expertise inNew 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 NYU’s John W. Draper Interdisciplinary Program in Humanities and Social Thought.

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