• SATURDAY APRIL 26TH, 12-6PM

    South Street Seaport Museum's Spring Revival

    Please join the South Street Seaport Museum on April 26th for their grand re-opening of Pier 16 and the Street of Ships. A very special bell-ringing ceremony and remarks will be at 2pm and you can board the Pecking, Pioneer, W. O. Decker, and Ambrose between 12-6pm. For more information visit their website (link below).

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  • MONDAY, APRIL 28TH 7-9PM

    MarkJoseph Steakhouse Presents:

    Winemaker’s Dinner Welcoming Miro Tcholakof of Trentadue Winery - MarkJoseph Steakhouse will be hosting a Winemaker’s dinner featuring Miro Tcholakof of Trentadue Winery on Monday, April 28th. Call 212-277-0020 to reserve a seat early before they fill up! $105 per person (+tax and gratuity). Click here for menu.

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  • APRIL 2014

    Old Seaport Kids Academy

    This spring the Old Seaport Alliance is launching the Old Seaport Kids Academy, featuring hands-on classes for kids aged 5 to 12. Classes will cover a wide variety of instruction, from pizza-making, and sushi-rolling, to flower-arranging and pet care--and more! Hosted by the experienced owners and staff of our popular shops and restaurants, OSKA classes are held on-site, giving kids insider access to real experts! Parents! While your kids are in class, explore the Old Seaport to discover complimentary wine tastings (Pasanella and Son), drinks (Cowgirl Seahorse, Nelson Blue, The Paris Café, Fresh Salt) and more!

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  • SATURDAY MAY 3RD, 9AM

    Walk to End Lupus Now

    Be part of the Lupus Foundation of America’s Walk to End Lupus Now™ event in New York, NY and help us take steps to raise money for lupus research and education programs while increasing awareness of lupus and rallying public support for those who suffer from it.

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  • SATURDAY MAY 10TH, 10AM

    NAMI Walk

    The 5K Walk route begins at 10 AM. Walkers will travel over the Brooklyn Bridge and back to the Seaport Promenade for a Post-Walk Wellness Fair with activities such as free massage, yoga, basic health screenings, raffle prizes, and more! Join over 5,000 New Yorkers in the city’s only Walk to support mental health and fight the stigma people affected by mental illness and their families face every day. Proceeds fund NAMI’s free support and education programs for families and individuals living with mental illness.

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  • THURSDAY MAY 15TH, 5:30PM

    Take Steps for Crohn's & Colitis

    Take Steps for Crohn’s and colitis is a family friendly community walk dedicated to raising awareness and mission-critical funds for cures for digestive diseases. In the past five years alone, we succeeded in bringing together over 100,000 people and raised close to $40 million to help further CCFA’s mission.

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  • SUNDAY MAY 18TH, 10AM-4PM

    Highway to Health Festival

    Come join HealthCorps at our annual Highway to Health Festival in New York City. This year’s event will feature cooking competitions judged by celebrity chefs; the Music For a Better America Talent Competition featuring the finest talent from our NYC program high schools; live music throughout the day; as well as fitness demos, competitions, health screenings and exhibitors from top health organizations in the city. Join us as we celebrate healthy living in NYC at this FREE and family friendly event!

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  • SUNDAY JUNE 1, 9AM

    O2 Breathe Walk

    Join hundreds of the PH community on Sunday, June 1, 2014 at the South Street Seaport and help us raise crucial funds to advance Pulmonary Hypertension Association’s mission. Create your team, join a team, or participate individually and register today.

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  • SATURDAY JULY 12TH, 1-8PM

    The Village Voice’s 4th Annual 4Knots Music Festival

    Manhattan’s favorite summer music festival will return with over 10 bands hand-picked by the Village Voice music team. With this year’s festival, The Voice continues their 14-year history of curating free, outdoor, all ages live music showcases featuring the most renowned and emerging artists breaking through today’s scene. Similar to last year, this year’s festival will feature two stages – located on Pier 16, alongside the iconic New York City landmark Peking VIP Ship and within the See/Change space at Fulton @ Front Street. This will expand this year’s festival northwest and onto the iconic cobblestone streets near the former Fulton Market.

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