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New York City Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month
New York City Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month
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The ultimate calendar of fun things to do in New York City today, this weekend, and beyond. These events and adventures have been hand-picked to cover all of NYC's major happenings, plus some hidden gems you may not know about otherwise. From awesome concerts and performances to classes, food festivals, and everything in between, we've got your plans covered.
New York City Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month

Renegade San Francisco / Renegade Craft Fair / San Francisco, CA

  • Over 30 vendors will pop up at Admirals Row for two days of unique Brooklyn-made holiday shopping plus cookie decorating, ornament engraving, DIY screen printing, wine tastings, and tons more.

  • This unofficial free watch party is officially very gay. After showcasing over 100 queer films, The Bush Films is excited to host a night dedicated to the cult hit TV show's new sequel, with a screening of the first episode alongside two short films.

  • Pick up your tasting glass to try over 60 New York–based beer and cider varieties. Between sips, dance to the DJ or play some Mario Kart. Best of all, a portion of ticket sales will benefit RAICES, a non-profit providing legal services to immigrant communities.

  • Celebrate the lights of the holiday season when Citi Field turns into a fantastical glowing paradise. At the largest lantern festival in North America, you'll find live music, traditional Chinese arts and crafts, an outdoor marketplace, indoor food vendors, and tons more.

  • Don your smartest ensemble for this conversation with Harlem fashion legend and new memoir author, Dapper Dan. After the event, get a book signed and check out the pop-up exhibition of archival apparel and photos in the Media Gallery.

  • At this three-hour after-work workshop, you and seven other students of all skill levels will work together to craft original songs using rhymes and beatboxing. You'll leave that night with new rap and looping skills, plus some cool music-loving friends.

  • No need to wait in line for rush tickets to see the best hits from NYC's hottest musicals. Kick off the holiday season at Columbus Circle with free live performances from shows like "Dear Evan Hansen," "Oklahoma!," "Beetlejuice," and "Wicked."

  • Regular paint-and-sip classes not your thing? Head to Cult Party for a BYOB paint night — boost your art skills and learn to paint creatures like three-eyed cats, mermaid unicorns, and more.

  • Head to the speakeasy below Tompkins Square Bar for a couple of hours of laughs with comediennes from Bust Magazine, Upright Citizens Brigade, New York Comedy Festival, NPR, and more.

  • Skip your typical happy hour and head to Elsewhere to drink, dance, and donate cash for dope raffle prizes. All proceeds of the night will go towards Planned Parenthood of NYC.

  • Bring your mat to this candlelit evening yoga class. A power vinyasa flow set to invigorating music will help you work up a sweat in a body-positive environment.

  • The architect behind the new buildings on Columbia's Manhattanville campus will discuss architecture's role in building more inclusive cities by creating open neighborhoods and cultural exchange. This free event is first-come, first-served, so arrive early.

  • Slip on your dancing shoes and head to the Brooklyn Museum for an evening-long salsa party with a free lesson, open dance hours to live music, and a professional dance show.

  • Looking to brighten up date night? Bring your partner or friend to this clothing-optional body painting class, where you'll adorn each other with neon paint as you glow under the UV lights.

  • If you're an animal lover, this joyful event is for you. Mingle with your favorite celebrity pets, check out informative panels, discover new pet products, and maybe even bring home a new adopted furry family member.

  • Make this holiday season your craftiest one yet with DIY ornaments, coasters, and flower crown stations popping up at Distill Creative's holiday party. Not feeling artsy? Pick up instructional books, craft supplies, ceramics, artwork, and more from local vendors on-site.

  • Bring a friend or make a few new ones at this beginner-friendly pizza making class, where you'll join up in teams and learn how to make the ideal crust, select incredible produce, and top it with perfect proportions.

  • At this official walking tour of World Pride 2019, travel through Greenwich Village and learn the true stories behind the Stonewall Uprising and other events leading to the modern Pride movement. A portion of profits is donated to Heritage of Pride and the IGLTA Foundation.

  • Taste dozens of inventive variations on everyone's favorite potato pancake at this annual charity festival. The evening will benefit The Sylvia Center, which teaches local youths how to prepare and enjoy healthy food.

  • Live actors perform this holiday cult classic, with a boozy twist: When a character says a buzzword, the audience and the actors both take a drink. Get ready for a wacky evening of Christmas cheer.

  • Vegan cheese doesn't have to be a sad substitute for the real thing. At this artisanal tasting, learn how to make four craft cocktails to pair with four small-batch vegan cheese samples. Your guests will never know the difference.

  • This Winter Jazzfest event celebrates the full spectrum of African American music. The famed avant-garde guitarist James "Blood" Ulmer brings his rock-tinged blues tunes and stunning baritone vocals to the stage, alongside the funk-inspired band, Harriet Tubman.

  • The 10th Annual Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival promises everything in its name, and then some. Think whole hogs, exotic smoked meats, BBQ seminars, cool condiment vendors, and more. Pro tip: Don't skip the bacon-eating contest.

  • Bring your own compost to this celebration of science, where you'll use a compound trinocular microscope to discover and identify exactly what helpful creatures are inside your homemade soil.

  • Escape the heat and eat some sweets at the Gowanus offices of the French baking company Michel et Augustin, featuring cookie tastings, baking classes, and more surprises.

  • Over 30 vendors will pop up at Admirals Row for two days of unique Brooklyn-made holiday shopping plus cookie decorating, ornament engraving, DIY screen printing, wine tastings, and tons more.

  • This unofficial free watch party is officially very gay. After showcasing over 100 queer films, The Bush Films is excited to host a night dedicated to the cult hit TV show's new sequel, with a screening of the first episode alongside two short films.

  • Pick up your tasting glass to try over 60 New York–based beer and cider varieties. Between sips, dance to the DJ or play some Mario Kart. Best of all, a portion of ticket sales will benefit RAICES, a non-profit providing legal services to immigrant communities.

  • Celebrate the lights of the holiday season when Citi Field turns into a fantastical glowing paradise. At the largest lantern festival in North America, you'll find live music, traditional Chinese arts and crafts, an outdoor marketplace, indoor food vendors, and tons more.

  • Don your smartest ensemble for this conversation with Harlem fashion legend and new memoir author, Dapper Dan. After the event, get a book signed and check out the pop-up exhibition of archival apparel and photos in the Media Gallery.

  • At this three-hour after-work workshop, you and seven other students of all skill levels will work together to craft original songs using rhymes and beatboxing. You'll leave that night with new rap and looping skills, plus some cool music-loving friends.

  • No need to wait in line for rush tickets to see the best hits from NYC's hottest musicals. Kick off the holiday season at Columbus Circle with free live performances from shows like "Dear Evan Hansen," "Oklahoma!," "Beetlejuice," and "Wicked."

  • Regular paint-and-sip classes not your thing? Head to Cult Party for a BYOB paint night — boost your art skills and learn to paint creatures like three-eyed cats, mermaid unicorns, and more.

  • Head to the speakeasy below Tompkins Square Bar for a couple of hours of laughs with comediennes from Bust Magazine, Upright Citizens Brigade, New York Comedy Festival, NPR, and more.

  • Skip your typical happy hour and head to Elsewhere to drink, dance, and donate cash for dope raffle prizes. All proceeds of the night will go towards Planned Parenthood of NYC.

  • Bring your mat to this candlelit evening yoga class. A power vinyasa flow set to invigorating music will help you work up a sweat in a body-positive environment.

  • The architect behind the new buildings on Columbia's Manhattanville campus will discuss architecture's role in building more inclusive cities by creating open neighborhoods and cultural exchange. This free event is first-come, first-served, so arrive early.

  • Slip on your dancing shoes and head to the Brooklyn Museum for an evening-long salsa party with a free lesson, open dance hours to live music, and a professional dance show.

  • Looking to brighten up date night? Bring your partner or friend to this clothing-optional body painting class, where you'll adorn each other with neon paint as you glow under the UV lights.

  • If you're an animal lover, this joyful event is for you. Mingle with your favorite celebrity pets, check out informative panels, discover new pet products, and maybe even bring home a new adopted furry family member.

  • Make this holiday season your craftiest one yet with DIY ornaments, coasters, and flower crown stations popping up at Distill Creative's holiday party. Not feeling artsy? Pick up instructional books, craft supplies, ceramics, artwork, and more from local vendors on-site.

  • Bring a friend or make a few new ones at this beginner-friendly pizza making class, where you'll join up in teams and learn how to make the ideal crust, select incredible produce, and top it with perfect proportions.

  • At this official walking tour of World Pride 2019, travel through Greenwich Village and learn the true stories behind the Stonewall Uprising and other events leading to the modern Pride movement. A portion of profits is donated to Heritage of Pride and the IGLTA Foundation.

  • Taste dozens of inventive variations on everyone's favorite potato pancake at this annual charity festival. The evening will benefit The Sylvia Center, which teaches local youths how to prepare and enjoy healthy food.

  • Live actors perform this holiday cult classic, with a boozy twist: When a character says a buzzword, the audience and the actors both take a drink. Get ready for a wacky evening of Christmas cheer.

  • Vegan cheese doesn't have to be a sad substitute for the real thing. At this artisanal tasting, learn how to make four craft cocktails to pair with four small-batch vegan cheese samples. Your guests will never know the difference.

  • This Winter Jazzfest event celebrates the full spectrum of African American music. The famed avant-garde guitarist James "Blood" Ulmer brings his rock-tinged blues tunes and stunning baritone vocals to the stage, alongside the funk-inspired band, Harriet Tubman.

  • The 10th Annual Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival promises everything in its name, and then some. Think whole hogs, exotic smoked meats, BBQ seminars, cool condiment vendors, and more. Pro tip: Don't skip the bacon-eating contest.

  • Bring your own compost to this celebration of science, where you'll use a compound trinocular microscope to discover and identify exactly what helpful creatures are inside your homemade soil.

  • Escape the heat and eat some sweets at the Gowanus offices of the French baking company Michel et Augustin, featuring cookie tastings, baking classes, and more surprises.

New York City Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month

Renegade San Francisco / Renegade Craft Fair / San Francisco, CA

New York City Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month
New York City Event Calendar: The Best Things to Do This Month
Coleção por Eventbrite
The ultimate calendar of fun things to do in New York City today, this weekend, and beyond. These events and adventures have been hand-picked to cover all of NYC's major happenings, plus some hidden gems you may not know about otherwise. From awesome concerts and performances to classes, food festivals, and everything in between, we've got your plans covered.
The ultimate calendar of fun things to do in New York City today, this weekend, and beyond. These events and adventures have been hand-picked to cover all of NYC's major happenings, plus some hidden gems you may not know about otherwise. From awesome concerts and performances to classes, food festivals, and everything in between, we've got your plans covered.
  • Over 30 vendors will pop up at Admirals Row for two days of unique Brooklyn-made holiday shopping plus cookie decorating, ornament engraving, DIY screen printing, wine tastings, and tons more.

  • This unofficial free watch party is officially very gay. After showcasing over 100 queer films, The Bush Films is excited to host a night dedicated to the cult hit TV show's new sequel, with a screening of the first episode alongside two short films.

  • Pick up your tasting glass to try over 60 New York–based beer and cider varieties. Between sips, dance to the DJ or play some Mario Kart. Best of all, a portion of ticket sales will benefit RAICES, a non-profit providing legal services to immigrant communities.

  • Celebrate the lights of the holiday season when Citi Field turns into a fantastical glowing paradise. At the largest lantern festival in North America, you'll find live music, traditional Chinese arts and crafts, an outdoor marketplace, indoor food vendors, and tons more.

  • Don your smartest ensemble for this conversation with Harlem fashion legend and new memoir author, Dapper Dan. After the event, get a book signed and check out the pop-up exhibition of archival apparel and photos in the Media Gallery.

  • At this three-hour after-work workshop, you and seven other students of all skill levels will work together to craft original songs using rhymes and beatboxing. You'll leave that night with new rap and looping skills, plus some cool music-loving friends.

  • No need to wait in line for rush tickets to see the best hits from NYC's hottest musicals. Kick off the holiday season at Columbus Circle with free live performances from shows like "Dear Evan Hansen," "Oklahoma!," "Beetlejuice," and "Wicked."

  • Regular paint-and-sip classes not your thing? Head to Cult Party for a BYOB paint night — boost your art skills and learn to paint creatures like three-eyed cats, mermaid unicorns, and more.

  • Head to the speakeasy below Tompkins Square Bar for a couple of hours of laughs with comediennes from Bust Magazine, Upright Citizens Brigade, New York Comedy Festival, NPR, and more.

  • Skip your typical happy hour and head to Elsewhere to drink, dance, and donate cash for dope raffle prizes. All proceeds of the night will go towards Planned Parenthood of NYC.

  • Bring your mat to this candlelit evening yoga class. A power vinyasa flow set to invigorating music will help you work up a sweat in a body-positive environment.

  • The architect behind the new buildings on Columbia's Manhattanville campus will discuss architecture's role in building more inclusive cities by creating open neighborhoods and cultural exchange. This free event is first-come, first-served, so arrive early.

  • Slip on your dancing shoes and head to the Brooklyn Museum for an evening-long salsa party with a free lesson, open dance hours to live music, and a professional dance show.

  • Looking to brighten up date night? Bring your partner or friend to this clothing-optional body painting class, where you'll adorn each other with neon paint as you glow under the UV lights.

  • If you're an animal lover, this joyful event is for you. Mingle with your favorite celebrity pets, check out informative panels, discover new pet products, and maybe even bring home a new adopted furry family member.

  • Make this holiday season your craftiest one yet with DIY ornaments, coasters, and flower crown stations popping up at Distill Creative's holiday party. Not feeling artsy? Pick up instructional books, craft supplies, ceramics, artwork, and more from local vendors on-site.

  • Bring a friend or make a few new ones at this beginner-friendly pizza making class, where you'll join up in teams and learn how to make the ideal crust, select incredible produce, and top it with perfect proportions.

  • At this official walking tour of World Pride 2019, travel through Greenwich Village and learn the true stories behind the Stonewall Uprising and other events leading to the modern Pride movement. A portion of profits is donated to Heritage of Pride and the IGLTA Foundation.

  • Taste dozens of inventive variations on everyone's favorite potato pancake at this annual charity festival. The evening will benefit The Sylvia Center, which teaches local youths how to prepare and enjoy healthy food.

  • Live actors perform this holiday cult classic, with a boozy twist: When a character says a buzzword, the audience and the actors both take a drink. Get ready for a wacky evening of Christmas cheer.

  • Vegan cheese doesn't have to be a sad substitute for the real thing. At this artisanal tasting, learn how to make four craft cocktails to pair with four small-batch vegan cheese samples. Your guests will never know the difference.

  • This Winter Jazzfest event celebrates the full spectrum of African American music. The famed avant-garde guitarist James "Blood" Ulmer brings his rock-tinged blues tunes and stunning baritone vocals to the stage, alongside the funk-inspired band, Harriet Tubman.

  • The 10th Annual Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival promises everything in its name, and then some. Think whole hogs, exotic smoked meats, BBQ seminars, cool condiment vendors, and more. Pro tip: Don't skip the bacon-eating contest.

  • Bring your own compost to this celebration of science, where you'll use a compound trinocular microscope to discover and identify exactly what helpful creatures are inside your homemade soil.

  • Escape the heat and eat some sweets at the Gowanus offices of the French baking company Michel et Augustin, featuring cookie tastings, baking classes, and more surprises.

  • Over 30 vendors will pop up at Admirals Row for two days of unique Brooklyn-made holiday shopping plus cookie decorating, ornament engraving, DIY screen printing, wine tastings, and tons more.

  • This unofficial free watch party is officially very gay. After showcasing over 100 queer films, The Bush Films is excited to host a night dedicated to the cult hit TV show's new sequel, with a screening of the first episode alongside two short films.

  • Pick up your tasting glass to try over 60 New York–based beer and cider varieties. Between sips, dance to the DJ or play some Mario Kart. Best of all, a portion of ticket sales will benefit RAICES, a non-profit providing legal services to immigrant communities.

  • Celebrate the lights of the holiday season when Citi Field turns into a fantastical glowing paradise. At the largest lantern festival in North America, you'll find live music, traditional Chinese arts and crafts, an outdoor marketplace, indoor food vendors, and tons more.

  • Don your smartest ensemble for this conversation with Harlem fashion legend and new memoir author, Dapper Dan. After the event, get a book signed and check out the pop-up exhibition of archival apparel and photos in the Media Gallery.

  • At this three-hour after-work workshop, you and seven other students of all skill levels will work together to craft original songs using rhymes and beatboxing. You'll leave that night with new rap and looping skills, plus some cool music-loving friends.

  • No need to wait in line for rush tickets to see the best hits from NYC's hottest musicals. Kick off the holiday season at Columbus Circle with free live performances from shows like "Dear Evan Hansen," "Oklahoma!," "Beetlejuice," and "Wicked."

  • Regular paint-and-sip classes not your thing? Head to Cult Party for a BYOB paint night — boost your art skills and learn to paint creatures like three-eyed cats, mermaid unicorns, and more.

  • Head to the speakeasy below Tompkins Square Bar for a couple of hours of laughs with comediennes from Bust Magazine, Upright Citizens Brigade, New York Comedy Festival, NPR, and more.

  • Skip your typical happy hour and head to Elsewhere to drink, dance, and donate cash for dope raffle prizes. All proceeds of the night will go towards Planned Parenthood of NYC.

  • Bring your mat to this candlelit evening yoga class. A power vinyasa flow set to invigorating music will help you work up a sweat in a body-positive environment.

  • The architect behind the new buildings on Columbia's Manhattanville campus will discuss architecture's role in building more inclusive cities by creating open neighborhoods and cultural exchange. This free event is first-come, first-served, so arrive early.

  • Slip on your dancing shoes and head to the Brooklyn Museum for an evening-long salsa party with a free lesson, open dance hours to live music, and a professional dance show.

  • Looking to brighten up date night? Bring your partner or friend to this clothing-optional body painting class, where you'll adorn each other with neon paint as you glow under the UV lights.

  • If you're an animal lover, this joyful event is for you. Mingle with your favorite celebrity pets, check out informative panels, discover new pet products, and maybe even bring home a new adopted furry family member.

  • Make this holiday season your craftiest one yet with DIY ornaments, coasters, and flower crown stations popping up at Distill Creative's holiday party. Not feeling artsy? Pick up instructional books, craft supplies, ceramics, artwork, and more from local vendors on-site.

  • Bring a friend or make a few new ones at this beginner-friendly pizza making class, where you'll join up in teams and learn how to make the ideal crust, select incredible produce, and top it with perfect proportions.

  • At this official walking tour of World Pride 2019, travel through Greenwich Village and learn the true stories behind the Stonewall Uprising and other events leading to the modern Pride movement. A portion of profits is donated to Heritage of Pride and the IGLTA Foundation.

  • Taste dozens of inventive variations on everyone's favorite potato pancake at this annual charity festival. The evening will benefit The Sylvia Center, which teaches local youths how to prepare and enjoy healthy food.

  • Live actors perform this holiday cult classic, with a boozy twist: When a character says a buzzword, the audience and the actors both take a drink. Get ready for a wacky evening of Christmas cheer.

  • Vegan cheese doesn't have to be a sad substitute for the real thing. At this artisanal tasting, learn how to make four craft cocktails to pair with four small-batch vegan cheese samples. Your guests will never know the difference.

  • This Winter Jazzfest event celebrates the full spectrum of African American music. The famed avant-garde guitarist James "Blood" Ulmer brings his rock-tinged blues tunes and stunning baritone vocals to the stage, alongside the funk-inspired band, Harriet Tubman.

  • The 10th Annual Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival promises everything in its name, and then some. Think whole hogs, exotic smoked meats, BBQ seminars, cool condiment vendors, and more. Pro tip: Don't skip the bacon-eating contest.

  • Bring your own compost to this celebration of science, where you'll use a compound trinocular microscope to discover and identify exactly what helpful creatures are inside your homemade soil.

  • Escape the heat and eat some sweets at the Gowanus offices of the French baking company Michel et Augustin, featuring cookie tastings, baking classes, and more surprises.