Carolyn Salas – Five Ways To Reverse A Curse
Nov 4, 2022 @ 12:00 pm - Jan 1, 2023 @ 7:00 pm
Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
Look for evocative symbols and shapes among Carolyn Salas’s large, laser-cut, powder-coated aluminum sculptures. The intricate patterns reference conflicting expectations and possibilities of womanhood and feminine identity.
Wednesday–Sunday, 12 – 7 pm
Join Charles. Dickens, portrayed by John Kevin Jones, as he tells his timeless Christmas tale in the elegant intact Greek Revival double parlor of the landmark 1832 Merchant’s House Museum. Surrounded by 19th century holiday decorations, flickering candles, and richly appointed period furnishings, audiences will be transported back 150 years in this captivating one-hour performance…More info
Ride back in time on a vintage fleet of subway cars. Hop on ‘The Train of Many Colors’ along the 1 line with rattan seats, ceiling fans, incandescent bulb lighting, drop-sash style windows, vintage roll signs, and original advertisements. Ride a selection of cars manufactured in the 1960s: the R-33, R-33WF and R-36 cars. With…More info
Visit Essex Market mezzanine level to get a photo taken with Santa (1 free print-out per family) and to decorate ornaments. Free to attend; no registration required.More info
Theater for the New City hosts Tompkins Square Park’s tree illumination, with Carolers of Olde New York and music from the Mandel & Lydon Trio. Refreshments courtesy of Veselka Restaurant, Apple Savings Bank and C&B Cafe.
This evergreen, a live tree that lives in the park year-round, was planted in 1992, as part of a…More info