Free NYC Events List (Monday, 3/2/20-Sunday, 3/8/20)

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Did anyone else try #saltbae? Given all the hype, I was curious myself! The fries were delicious and the veggie burger tasted like soggy latkes (potato pancakes).

Happy first week of March! Did everyone enjoy Leap Day? I went to a free 30 mins stretching session at LYMBR, brunch with a friend at Café D’Alsace, Silent Disco with Sputnik YOGA that had free blowouts and ear seeds, #saltbae for the free veggie burger and fries, and I got the free Popeyes chicken tenders. The free 3-piece Popeyes chicken tenders ($5.79 value) offer can take up to a week to appear, so please check periodically if the deal pops up in your app.

Being “free” #saltbae was better than I expected! I was aware of the negative reviews, but I actually liked the veggie burger and fries! The veggie burger tasted like soggy latkes (potato pancakes), but I love latkes, so this was good enough for me. I would recommend eating the veggie burger with ketchup, and the fries were well seasoned (still need ketchup though). Also even though the restaurant offers the “free” veggie burger and fries, I still tipped them $2 for the food.

A 30 minutes stretching season at LYMBR usually costs $59, and since I got it for free I technically saved $59! However, I still tipped them $10 for the service, since this would normally be an expensive service.

In addition, from the Sputnik Yoga event, I probably saved $110 alone with all the perks! Yoga normally costs $20, ear seeds can be up to $30, and blowouts normally cost $60 at Broome Street Society. Saving $174.79 is pretty good in one day alone from just the stretching session, yoga, ear seeds, blowout, and chicken tenders. Unfortunately, #saltbae did not have a price on the menu for the “free items,” so I cannot put a value mark to how much I would save.

For this week’s free NYC event list expect a lot of International Women’s Day events, workouts, panels, and travel events.

If you are looking for upcoming free NYC events in March 2020, please be sure to bookmark/pin my “Free NYC Events List March 2020” article, and to check periodically for updates.

Please note, times and things may change, so it is best to contact the event organizer for the latest updates. The event organizer can be found in the link in the title. Events may also fill up to capacity. In addition, promo codes may run out or expire, so please utilize while supplies last.

Monday, 3/2/20

Free E-file Tax Assistance (1pm-6pm)

What: You can prepare and file your tax return electronically with some help from a tax assistant…all for free.

To participate in this free program, you must:

  • Have a valid e-mail address and basic computer skills
  • Bring all necessary documentation and information


Where: Science, Industry and Business Library (SIBL), Training Room 1 (188 Madison Ave, New York, NY)
When: 1pm-6pm
Nearest Train: 6/ 33rd Street
RSVP: Walk in

Future Perfect: Tarot Card Reading Class – Herald Square (6pm-8pm)

What: Join Grace Duong, author & artist of Mystic Mondays tarot, for a guided workshop on how to use tarot to enhance your everyday rituals for self reflection and intention setting.
Where: Macy’s, Herald Square STORY (151 West 34th Street, New York, NY)
When: 6pm-8pm
Nearest Train: 1/2/3 34th St – Penn Station
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Little Puzzle Club (6pm-8pm)

What:  Find your piece. A monthly puzzle club organized in partnership with Brooklyn’s Areaware. Open to all with RSVP. Sponsored by Areaware & Little Puzzle Thing. Meet fellow puzzlers and gather to enjoy drink specials while making puzzles in Lobby.
Where: Ace Hotel (20 W 29th St, New York, NY)
When: 6pm-8pm
Nearest Train: W/R 28th St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Tuesday, 3/3/20

Paragon Sports x Nike Run Club (6pm-8:30pm)

What: Join us on Tuesday, March 3 for a special Run Club with Nike! We’ll get the chance to test out the NEW Nike React Infinity Run sneakers*, run along the West Side Highway, and learn effective training tips from Finish Line Physical Therapy.
Check-in 6:00-6:25PM
Run: 6:30-7:30PM
Drinks, food & learning with Finish Line 7:30-8:30PM
There will be pacers for all running levels. Bag drop is available.
Where: Paragon Sports (867 Broadway, New York, NY)
When: 6pm-8:30pm
Nearest Train: N/R/W/L/4/5/6 14 Street – Union Square
RSVP: Required (link in title)

In Conversation: A New Era of Eating with Well+Good – Herald Square (6:30pm-7:30pm)

What: Join co-founder of Well+Good, Melisse Gelula, with top nutrition and food experts for a conversation around decoding diet trends. Let’s dig in! Hear from wellness experts Ali Maffucci, Founder + CEO of Inspiralized, registered dietitian Molly Knauer, and Doctor of Behavioral Nutrition Chinara Tate on the idea of a new nourishment model. We’ll be discussing how to shift from a calorie focused mindset to one with a bit more perspective, and you’ll walk away with tips and tricks to create long term healthy habits with food.
Where: Macy’s, Herald Square STORY (151 West 34th Street, New York, NY)
When: 6:30pm-7:30pm
Nearest Train: 1/2/3 34th St – Penn Station
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Cyndi Ramirez x Marimekko: Women’s Week Event (7pm-9pm)

What:  Take a moment for self-care with complimentary nail art from Chillhouse’s nail technicians. Mix and mingle while enjoying wine, sweet treats, and an exclusive 15% off your purchase during the event!
Where: Marimekko NYC Flagship Store (200 5th Ave, New York, NY)
When: 7pm-9pm
Nearest Train: W/R 23rd St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Wednesday, 3/4/20

lululemon 66th & 3rd run crew (6:30pm-8pm)

What:  Whether you’re a first time runner or a seasoned veteran, you will be challenged to push your limitations and find a fun, supportive community. Join us every Wednesday for a group run. Routes will vary – check out our club page on Strava for the workout of the week:
https://www.strava.com/clubs/lululemon66thandthird. This event repeats each Wednesday each week until 4/22/20.
Where: lululemon (1127 3rd Ave, New York, NY)
When: 6:30pm-8pm
Nearest Train: 6/ 68 Street
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Brooklyn Freelancers Union SPARK: Reaching New Clients (6:30pm-8:30pm)

What: Monthly on the first Wednesday of each month the Freelancers Union hosts meetups for freelancers by freelancers. Please bring your expertise, questions, and elevator pitches to the table to workshop and discuss. This month’s meetup is Reaching New Clients. MarchSPARK: Options, variety, and numbers are the name of the game this month, because who doesn’t want more clients??! Join us to learn about:
-5 places to look for clients that you haven’t considered
The best tips for that initial cold call, email or message
-Elevator pitch feedback – hear from the group to improve and strengthen!
Where: Freelancers Union Hub/Made in New York Media Center (30 John St, Brooklyn, NY)
When: 6:30pm-8:30pm
Nearest Train: F/ York Street
RSVP: Required (link in title)

BOSS WOMEN COLLECTIVE X BITTER BLUSH PRESENT: THE FLAWS OF ATTRACTION (6:30pm-8:30pm)

What: Uncover the truths behind today’s misconstrued beauty standards in the digital age with Bitter Blush and Boss Women Collective. Take part in a panel discussion with entrepreneurs and innovators working in the fashion, beauty and art industries to explore how some online products and conversations can do more harm than good to our minds and bodies. From self-accountability tips to intentionality exercises, you will learn how to navigate your own path to self-improvement responsibly and find ways you can ultimately become a better “you” in 2020.
Bella Cacciatore Beauty Associate, Glamour
Taiba AlNassar Multidisciplinary Artist
Jera Foster-Fell Influencer
Addis Fouche-Chaner (Moderator) Founder , Bitter Blush
Where: General Assembly, 4th Floor (902 Broadway, New York, NY)
When: 6:30pm-8:30pm
Nearest Train: R/W 23rd St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Traveling Antarctica 101 (6:45pm-8:15pm)

What:  Join HI New York City for a presentation and discussion with Brandielee Johnson on Traveling Antarctica! Brandielee is a world traveler, and adventurer who has been to 44 countries and 7 continents. We will be discussing everything from how to travel to Antarctica, site seeing, activities, and best practices for exploring this frozen tundra. **Snacks included.
Where: Hostelling International (891 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY)
When: 6:45pm-8:15pm
Nearest Train: 1/103rd St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Illuminati Party March 4 (9pm-10:30pm)

What:  Illuminati Party is a bi-weekly, invite-only comedy show located in the cellar of a rustic, yet stylish Italian restaurant in Little Italy. Hosted by Mike Cannon and Alexis Guerreros. Music by Hot 97’s DJ Mike Medium. 
Where: Gelso & Grand (186 Grand St, New York, NY)
When: 9pm-10:30pm
Nearest Train: J/Z Bowery
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Thursday, 3/5/20

First Thursday Coworking (1pm-5pm)

What: We’re gonna get together and cowork! Arrive when you can. We’ll have folks there from 1 until 5 pm.
Where: Gotham Market at the Ashland (590 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY)
When: 1pm-5pm
Nearest Train: : 2/3/4/5 Nevins Street
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Celebrate International Women’s Day with Rebecca Minkoff (5pm-7pm)

What:  Raise a toast to women designers and entrepreneurs with Rebecca Minkoff, designer and founder of the Female Founder Collective. Enjoy champagne and hors d’oeuvres and shop our showcase of female-founded brands.
Where: Saks Fifth Avenue, The Collective on 5 (611 5th Ave, New York, NY)
When: 5pm-7pm
Nearest Train: : B/D/F/M 47-50 Streets Rockefeller Center Station
RSVP: Required (link in title)

TPG International Women’s Day Reader Meet-up (6pm-8pm)

What:  We’re excited to meet the women of the TPG community who share our passion for points, miles and travel! Come join us for a special reader meet-up at our new NYC HQ to celebrate International Women’s Day. We’ll be offering light bites, drinks and opportunities to win some fun door prizes. 21+ only.
Where: The Points Guy HQ, Floor 16 (100 5th Ave, New York, NY)
When: 6pm-8pm
Nearest Train: N/R/W/L/4/5/6 14 Street – Union Square
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Sealed With Love (6pm-8pm)

What: Celebrate International Womens Day with Bumble x The Craft Studio for an evening of crafting homeade postcards for the women you love. Stop by The Craft Studio in Tribeca anytime March 5th from 6-8pm and enjoy a complimentary glass of wine, postcard making stations, and new friendships!
Where: The Craft Studio (174 Duane St, New York, NY)
When: 6pm-8pm
Nearest Train: 1/2/3 Chambers St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Friday, 3/7/20

A Night Out at Saks Off 5th in support of International Women’s Month (4pm-6pm)

What: On March 6, Saks Off 5th will host the girls of Girls Inc. New York City, supporters and customers at an event to celebrate the partnership. During this event, 25% of net sales at Saks Off 5th New York will benefit Girls Inc. Enjoy light bites, mocktails and activities as you interact with Girls Inc. program participants and learn about their experiences.
Where: Saks OFF 5TH (1051 Third Ave, New York, NY)
When: 4pm-6pm
Nearest Train: N/R/W/4/5/6 59th – Lexington
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Sweaty Betty x International Womens Day Panel Event x Mental Health (5:45pm-7pm)

What:  Sweaty Betty x Chantha Thach x Marielle Kehoe x Salma Nakhlawi (StrongHer Girls). Join us at Sweaty Betty Tribeca for an immersive panel workshop. 3 top Fitness influencers and nutritionists will answer your burning questions on how to create balance in your lives. They will share why Fitness is a key component to Mental Health and why you should be making time for you! Share your goals on how you would like to support women this year and receive helpful tips on how to get their and get support.
Where: Sweaty Betty Tribeca (271 Church Street New York, NY)
When: 5:45pm-7pm
Nearest Train: 1/ Franklin St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Entrepreneur Space’s ‘9 is Divine’ Birthday Party (6pm-8pm)

What: The Entrepreneur Space, a food-and-business incubator operated by the Queens Economic Development Corporation, will turn nine years old in divine style with food, networking, and high spirits. Attendees to the anniversary bash, “9 is Divine,” will sample delicious products in the very place where they’re made, the E-Space. They will also get to meet the diverse makers (aka “foodpreneurs”) and hear the stories behind their recipes.
Where: lThe Entrepreneur Space (36-46 37th St, Long Island City, NY)
When: 6pm-8pm
Nearest Train: M/R 36th St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Saturday, 3/7/20

2020 Vital Voices New York Mentoring Walk with DVF(8am-11am)

What: Join us for the New York Mentoring Walk, celebrating the power of mentoring and women’s leadership with a live panel, breakfast and walk to DVF Studio. 
8:00 am – Meet on the High Line (enter the park on the SE corner of 30th Street and 10th Avenue)
8:30 am – Walk and Individualized Mentoring
10:00 am – Panel and Shopping at DVF Studio
Where: High Line, SE corner (W 30th St & 10th Ave, New York, NY)
When: 8am-11am
Nearest Train: 7/ 34th Street–Hudson Yards 
RSVP: Required (link in title)

fearlesshe launch & celebration of Women’s International Day 2020 (6:30pm-10pm)

What: We’re excited to celebrate with you the launch of fearlesshe through an evening of powerful poetry, music and connection. fearlesshe is an intersectional movement, platform and call to action for all those who want to transform their lives and in turn the world around them.
6.30pm: Welcome and fearlesshe celebration
7pm-9pm: Poetry, music and a panel of fearless change makers fighting for #eachforequal
9 – 10pm: Connections and conversations
Poetry: Ughvolution & My Life in Yellow
Music: Kuf Knotz & Christine Elise
Where: Lucas Lucas Gallery (57 Conselyea Street Brooklyn, NY)
When: 6:30pm-10pm
Nearest Train: G/L Metropolitan Av/Lorimer St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Badass Women Gallery Show + Networking Event (7pm-10pm)

What: For over a year, Gaby has been photographing female founders and women entrepreneurs in NYC that are using their talents to make the world a better place. This gallery show will showcase 50 portraits of these badass women. It will also be a space for discussion, connection, learning and networking (and there’s free wine, so bring your friends and come check it out!). https://www.gabydeimekephoto.com/badasswomen
Where: I.M.A.G.E Gallery (1501 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY)
When: 7pm-10pm
Nearest Train: J/ Halsey St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Sunday, 3/8/20

Sunday Yoga with lululemon x Chelsea Market (9am-10am)

What: Join us for a complimentary 1-hour flow open to all-levels. Following class, there will be a complimentary treat from Manhattan Fruit Market. BYOM (bring your own mat) if possible. Limited mats provided by lululemon. This event repeats every Sunday until 4/26.
Where: Chelsea Market, The Local (75 9th Ave, New York, NY)
When: 9am-10am
Nearest Train: A/C/E/L 14th St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

lululemon x Pure Barre (10am-11am)

What: Join us in store at lululemon Brookfield Place for a series of barre classes led by multiple NYC Pure Barre instructors. Please arrive a few minutes early as class will be on a first come, first served basis. Limited mats will be provided. Please B.Y.O.M (Bring your own mat) if you are able. This event repeats every Sunday 3/8/20-3/29/20.
Where: lululemon Brookfield Place (250 Vesey St, New York, NY)
When: 10am-11am
Nearest Train: A/C/J/Z/2/3/4/5 / Fulton St 
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Authentic Ireland Cooking Class at Williams Sonoma Columbus Circle (11am-12:30pm)

What: Join us as we welcome Alice Choi of the wildly popular food blog, Hip Foodie Mom, for an Authentic Ireland Cooking Class!
Where: Williams Sonoma Columbus Circle (10 Columbus Circle New York, NY)
When: 11am-12:30pm
Nearest Train: A/C/B/D/1 59th Street–Columbus Circle
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Impact Travel NYC Presents: International Women’s Day (4pm-6:30pm)

What: Join Impact Travel chapters around the world this International Women’s Day for conversations on empowering women through travel. In NYC, join us for our event at Subject Bar right after an inspiring weekend at Women’s Travel Fest. We’ll start with a short Q&A with Nikki Vargas (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Unearth Women) and Leslie Feinberg (Owner, Subject) followed by the opportunity to mingle with the other attendees. It’ll be Happy Hour, so all drinks are $12 (or less).
Where: Subject (188 Suffolk St, New York, NY)
When: 4pm-6:30pm
Nearest Train: F/2nd Ave
RSVP: Required (link in title)

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