When you’re not enjoying time with your mom this weekend, there are concerts to attend and games to play. Better yet, bring mama along for the fun.
It’s not a good Mother’s Day without some brunch and flowers: the NYBG knows this is the key to a happy day. Get festive and dress in florals with mom this weekend at the garden party, where they will have live music, games and picnicking.
This Mother's Day, give her the gift of the Garden—whether it's a Membership, a special something from NYBG Shop, or a contribution to our Million Daffodil Initiative. And don't miss our Mother's Day Weekend Garden Party, this Saturday and Sunday, 5/13 & 5/14, for a day of spring beauty, food, and live entertainment!
The third annual Hudson River Park games will be held on Saturday at Pier 26 in TriBeCa. The all-day tournament will test strength and stamina between New York businesses and passionate community groups who will compete in dodgeball, volleyball, kayaking, basketball and flag football. Join a team, or simply walk around to enjoy the madness that ensues.
Come get your RETOX YOGA on from @iamyoustudio at @hudsonriverpark Healthy on the Hudson this Saturday at 9:30am out on Pier 26! Use the code YOGA50 for 50% off your ticket!! LINK IN OUR BIO! #sweatlife #events #retox #yoga #health #wellness #fitness #summer #healthyonthehudson #hudsonriverparkgames #nyc
Famed Williamsburg nightclub Output is kicking off the summer this weekend by opening its roof, decorated in an enchanted forest-like vibe to get the partygoers flowing. The roof will feature live performances all weekend and a daytime dance party on Saturday. You need tickets for each event, but they run cheap.
The Museum of Food and Drink (MOFAD) will be hosting a special snack and chat about the “Chow: Making the Chinese American Restaurant” exhibition this Friday. Tickets are $20 and include admission, light bites and two drinks.
This week's #MOFADtakeouttuesday goes to chef and mama @tuomechen of @tuomenyc ! Everyone with a MOFAD ticket gets to taste his beef with tomato, shiitake, & basil dish for free as you explore our exhibit. Get it in the month of May! 🍅😋 . . . . #eatingnyc #nyc #eaterny #foodwinewomen #brooklyn #greenpoint #williamsburg
For events to keep you going throughout the month, check out the below:
The boogie down Bronx is celebrating its annual borough-wide celebration from May 11 to 21 with a variety of fun events, including a parade, a concert, and a food and arts festival.
The 3rd annual Harlem Eat-Up festival is making waves from May 15 to 21 with a variety of delicious tasting events showcasing the neighborhood eateries. You can dine-in at famous Harlem spots, do some grand tastings, walk through a marketplace and enjoy a main stage of activities.
@lolosseafoodshack #HarlemEatUp Dine-In event will be a feast of flavors. Top Chef's Dale Talde will join owners Skai Young and Chef Raymond Mohan to prepare a dinner you will never forget. Let the sounds of special guest celebrity DJ MSG move you while you enjoy your multi-course meal with a special selection of Bordeaux wines. Reserve a seat @HarlemEatUp.com.
New Restaurant Openings/Art to Check Out:
Getting tipsy from ice cream is a match made in heaven. The Tipsy Scoop opened a new location in Kips Bay that serves up boozy ice cream made up of traditional ice cream flavors with different liquors. The experience is fun and delicious at the same time.
Featuring the work of a small group of curators ad artists, this large scale public art show in downtown Brooklyn features 12 sizable installations focusing on dystopic realities of new technologies and individual narcissism.
NOMOFOMO WHAT: SPRING/BREAK: BKLYN IMMERSIVE. "..a curated exhibition featuring a dozen artists focusing on site-specific, immersive installations and environments". WHO: @springbreakartshow : Adela Andea, Cameron Coffman, Lionel Cruet, Devra Freelander, Hilliary Gabryel, Melissa Godoy-Nieto, Maggie Grymes, Takashi Horisaki, Claire Lachow, Gracelee Lawrence, Jennifer & Kevin McCoy, Azikiwe Mohammed, MINT Collective, Jason Peters, Will Rahilly, Anne Spalter, Rachael Starbuck, and Grace Villamil. (Pictured is Sky Diamond by @_jason_peters_ ) WHERE: City Point, Downtown Brooklyn (300 Flatbush Ave Extension, bw Willoughby Street & Fleet Street) WHEN: May 7-14, 2017 from noon to 7pm. FREE FEED INSPIRATION: #bklynimmersive #springbreakartshow
Pace Gallery is presenting its first solo exhibition by New York-based light artist Leo Villareal. On view from May 4 through June 17, the exhibit blurs the lines between LED and projections, using modern technology to create an ethereal experience for the viewer.
NOMOFOMO WHAT: SOLO EXHIBIT. "…an immersive experience that Villareal has programed to engage the viewer. Using his custom software, Villareal has created individual sequences for each work, composing abstract imagery in accord with its medium. Each work in the exhibition creates a mesmerizing effect, which encourages the viewer to stop and contemplate. Purposely providing very little contextual details, Villareal uses the ambiguity in his work to allow his audience to formulate their own interpretation". WHO: Leo Villareal (@leo_villareal) WHERE: Pace Gallery (@pacegallery) 537 W. 24th Street. WHEN: Thru June 17, 2017 T-Sa from 10am to 6pm. FREE FEED INSPIRATION: #leovillareal #pacegallery