Seaport Dance Nights: Cinco de Mayo Salsa
May 5 @ 6:30 pm– 9:00 pm
Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
Salsa into the weekend this Cinco de Mayo at the Seaport. Warm up with a salsa lesson led by two dance pros and enjoy a live performance by local salsa band Grupo Centeno. The band will play two sets — at 6:30pm and 7:45pm. In between, the music will continue, with chances to show off newfound salsa skills.
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Malibu Barbie Cafe
Travel to 1970s Malibu California at an immersive dining experience with a sea of poptimistic Barbie colors, laid-back beachy motifs, and lots of retro glam. Pose in an iconic life-size Barbie Box, play in a Malibu beach scene, lounge on pink swings and chairs and shop exclusive Barbie merchandise
The menu by Master Chef Finalist…More info
1885 Schooner Pioneer
See the sights of New York Harbor, the magnificent Lower Manhattan skyline, and Governors Island from the decks of the historic 130-year-old schooner Pioneer. Grab a halyard to help raise a sail or simply sit back and enjoy the view. Bring a picnic lunch or dinner, afternoon snack, beverages, or a bottle of wine to…More info
Hester Street Fair Girl Power
Shop a beloved tightly curated, wildly creative street fair, with all women-owned businesses this week. Browse stalls with antiques, jewelry, art, vintage goods and local designers. Pick up local brews and baked goods while grooving to Live DJs.
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Tugboat Rides on W.O. Decker
Take an exciting 75-minute ride on the last surviving New York-built wooden tugboat, W.O. Decker. Explore New York Harbor with views of the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, the Battery, and Governors Island.
Tours depart at 1 pm & 2:30 pm. Advance reservations recommended.
For ages 10+. Access to W.O. Decker requires climbing…More info
This magical interactive, transformable playground lets kids create their own play space with sand, water, giant foam blocks, mats, wagons, fabric, and crates at their fingertips. Great view of the East River. Near lots of cool public art. Bathrooms available.More info