Free NYC Events List October 2019

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Lauren Zander (Life Coach) and Miki Agrawal (THINX & Tushy Founder) talk about breaking down taboos.

Free events are abundant in New York. Please see below for a list of selected free events that are occurring in October 2019 in NYC. Please note, this post will be updated periodically, so please be sure to pin/bookmark and to check in from time to time for more events and 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.

Pop-ups may occur on multiple dates, and to avoid repetition only a few dates were selected for this post.

For a list of standard free events, such as landmarks and museums please go here for a weekend guide. For a list of my 5 main resources for finding free events please go here.

Tuesday, 10/1/19

theGIRLMOB and Twitter: They Mean Business (5:30pm-8:30pm)

What:   theGIRLMOB and Twitter are teaming up for Hispanic Heritage Month! They Mean Business is part speed-networking, part community-building, and 100% celebration of Latinx businesses & their entrepreneurial spirit. Bring a notebook, business cards, and your warmest smile!
Where: Twitter (249 W 17th St, New York, NY)
When: 5:30pm-8:30pm
Nearest Train: 1/18th St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

NYC Book Launch: The Dogs of Cuba & The Cats of Cuba (6pm-8pm)

What:  Celebrate the release of Emmy Park’s two documentary photography books “THE DOGS OF CUBA” & “THE CATS OF CUBA” by Schiffer Publishing, sponsored by Polkadog and Poldo Dog Couture. There will be a limited number of signed books available for sale with a percentage of profits going to Pupstarz Rescue, raffle prizes with all profits going to animals rescues in Cuba (CEDA), beer provided by Kirin Ichiban for the human guests and dog treats provided by Polkadog.
Where: SHOW FIELDS (11 Bond St, New York, NY)
When: 6pm-8pm
Nearest Train: B/D/F/M/6 Broadway-Lafayette
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Yoga in the Park (7pm-8pm)

What:  Join us for free yoga in the park every Tuesday evening from 7:00 p.m. to p.m. Please bring your own mat. Weather permitting.
Classes are taught by Joy Chen of Cosmic Fit Club. Please register in advance at this link! This event repeats every week on Tuesday between 9/17/2019 and 10/1/2019.
Where: Hunter’s Point South Park (Center Blvd, Long Island City, NY)
When: 7pm-8pm
Nearest Train: 7/Vernon Blvd – Jackson Av
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Small Girls PR x Mejuri x NYCxClothes: Transparency in the Digital Age (7pm-8:45pm)

What: Join us in conversation as we dive into the challenges of maintaining privacy while living a public life and learn about best practices to protect our mental health. Panelists include:
1) Liz Beecroft, Psychotherapist and mental health advocate (https://www.instagram.com/lizbcroft/)
2)Larissa May, Founder of #HALFTHESTORY, a non-profit on a mission to combat the negative effects of social media on mental health (https://www.instagram.com/halfthestory/)
3)Ty Lauren, Influencer
(https://www.instagram.com/tylauren/)
4) Keiko Lynn, Influencer
(https://www.instagram.com/keikolynn/)
Where: Mejuri Showroom (43 Spring Street New York, NY)
When: 7pm-8:45pm
Nearest Train: 6/ Spring St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Wednesday, 10/2/19

WINTER LAUNCH HEALTH PANEL WITH EMILY KAMMEYER! (6pm-8pm)

What: Wellness Panel With Emily Kammeyer (Blogger), Remy Park (Veggiekins Blog), Kristin Weitzel (Founder, Warrior Woman Mod), And Monique Berarducci (Fitness Coach).
Where: Kendra Scott (126 Spring St, New York, NY)
When: 6pm-8pm
Nearest Train: 6/ Spring St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Summer on the Hudson: Yoga Flow (6:30pm-7:30pm)

What:  Veteran Nina Semczuk helps you cultivate strength, flexibility, balance, and focus while enjoying yoga outdoors. Please bring a mat. This event repeats every week on Thursday between 5/23/2019 and 10/31/2019.
Where: Riverside Park South, Lawn at 74th Street (Riverside Blvd, New York)
When: 6:30pm-7:30pm
Nearest Train: 1/2/3 72nd St
RSVP: Walk-in

Brooklyn Freelancers Union SPARK: Maximize Your Time (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 workshop’s topic will be about maximizing time. This month, we’ll cover:
-Workshopping how to set schedules that balance work, business building and time off
-Identifying your type of productivity and what that means for your ideal work environment
-Tips and tools for taking your schedule to the next level
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)

Timberland + Creative & Cultivate: Nature Needs Heroes: A Conversation on Sustainability (6:30pm-9pm)

What: Join Timberland + Creative & Cultivate for a conversation on how to live your everyday life more sustainably. Panelists include Carly Johnson (Create & Cultivate), Lauren Singer (Package Free & Trash is for Tossers), Deb Shepherd (Clothed in Abundance), Erin Boyle (Reading my Tea Leaves Blog), and Aditi Mayer (Adimay.com).
Where: Timberland Flagship Store (511 5th Ave, New York, NY)
When: 6:30pm-9pm
Nearest Train: B/D/F/M 42nd St – Bryant Park
RSVP: Required (link in title)/ RSVP does not guarantee admission, so please arrive early.

Thursday, 10/3/19

Propelify Innovation Festival Free Comp Ticket With Promo code: NJTCPROPELS, While Supplies Last (9am-8pm)

What: If you’re in the innovation community in the northeast you belong here. Learn from amazing speakers, connect with startups and investors, hire and be hired. Plus virtual reality, drones, music, and a startup competition. And lots more.
Where: Pier A Park (100 Sinatra Dr, Hoboken, NJ)
When: 9am-8pm
Nearest Train: Hoboken PATH (SingleRide Ticket $2.75 each way)
RSVP: Required (link in title), Free w/ promo code NJTCPROPELS

Breaking Down Taboos With Lauren Zander & Miki Agrawal (6pm)

What: Join awesomely unabashed, Miki Agrawal, Founder of THINX & TUSHY, and author of Disrupt-Her & Do Cool Sh*t and Lauren Zander, Co-Founder and Chairwoman of Handel Group, creator of Inner.U, and master life coach for a live event about fantastically taboo subjects: transparency, truth-telling, and the tests that teach us.
Where: NeueHouse (110 E 25th St, New York, NY)
When: 6 pm
Nearest Train: 6/ 23rd Street
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Discovering Clean Beauty (6:30pm-8pm)

What:  Learn from aesthetician Theresa Naman — founder of Botanic Skincare facial boutique, Tarrytown NY — the marketing of product advertising and understand the difference between “all-natural” and “organic.” Understand what it means when a product is free of parabens, sulfates, silicones, phthalates or palm oil and why you don’t want them on your skin.
Where: Legion of Good Will (LGW), 6th Floor (55 W 45th St, New York, NY)
When: 6:30pm-8pm
Nearest Train: : B/D/F/M 47-50 Streets Rockefeller Center Station
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Valued Voices: Navigating Privilege,Identity & the Ethics of Travel (6:30pm-9pm)

What:  We want to invite the community of travelers and future travelers to come together for a critical and insightful discussion on navigating privilege, identity, and the ethics of travel. There will be a presentation by Tori Elliot and Dr. Anu Taranath followed by a panel discussion with panelist Dr. Anu Taranath, Houreidja Tall, and Tori Elliott.
Where: Hostelling International (891 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY)
When: 6:30pm-9pm
Nearest Train: 1/103rd St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

I Am Series Artists Workshop: Environmental Justice (6:30pm-9pm)

What:  Join the upcoming “I AM” Series Artist Workshop on Thursday, October 3rd, where artists will showcase their work and participate in lively conversation around the theme of environmental justice. Featured art may include spoken word, dance, music, film, and visual arts.
FREE WITH RSVP: http://tinyurl.com/CALA-IAm2019
Guest Artists and Contributors:
– Amelia Foster & Jerone Hsu “Reef Wake”
– Chantal Calato “Unseen”
– Isabel Varela “Clothes Minded”
– Lisa Russell “Mother’s Cry”
– Maira Duarte “Dance to the People”
– Michelle Jackson “Seeds to Soil”
– Russ Ronat “Project Holocene”
– Mechthild Schmidt-Feist “L.E.S.S”
Where: Woolworth Building, 4th Floor PA, Room 14 (15 Barclay St, New York, NY)
When: 6:30pm-9pm
Nearest Train: 2/3 Park Place
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Friday, 10/4/19

Searching Bloomberg (limited to first 5) (11:15am-12:30pm)

What: Hands-on class demonstration for the Bloomberg menu-driven system. Learn search methods for information on companies, how to retrieve market and economic data on Bloomberg and how to find securities that match investors’ criteria.
Where: Science, Industry and Business Library (SIBL), Training Room 3(188 Madison Ave, New York, NY)
When: 11:15am-12:30pm
Nearest Train: 6/ 33rd Street
RSVP: Walk-in

Timberland Nature Needs Heroes Tour (10am-7pm)

What:  “Leave Your Mark at Timberland’s Nature Needs Heroes Bootprint
-Pledge to live a greener life for chances to win Timberland boots
-Workshop with our Timberland Heroes to ignite your inner hero
-Check out the newest Timberland fall collection
-Give back to your community with on-site greening
Special guests, giant boot, Timberland swag, and other surprises make this a larger than life event.
Where: Flatiron Plaza (23rd between 5th and Broadway
When: 10am-7pm
Nearest Train: W/R 23rd St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Skate Night on the Upper East Side! (4pm-5pm, 5:30pm-7pm)

What:  Join NYC Parks and Council Member Ben Kallos for a fun skate night at the park. Dance and enjoy an outdoor roller skating night with a live DJ, jumbo games and much more!
Family Session: 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Adult Session: 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Skates will be provided but are limited. Feel free to bring your own skates. Socks are required for all skaters. Reservations are valid for one session only, any duplicates will be eliminated.
Where: Stanley Isaacs Playground (95-95 FDR Dr New York, NY
When: 4pm-5pm, 5:30pm-7pm
Nearest Train: Q /96 St & 2 Avenue
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Saturday, 10/5/19

SHAPE Women Run the World Live + @Home Free Comp Ticket With Promo code: MOVEMEANT , While Supplies Last (9am-5pm)

What: Full-day event will include panels, workshops, self-care sessions, lunch, networking and more! Meditation, breathing and movement workshops open to the first 120 sign-ups.
Where: Meredith Corp./SHAPE Offices in Brookfield Place (225 Liberty St, New York, NY)
When: 9am-5pm
Nearest Train: A/C/J/Z/2/3/4/5 / Fulton St 
RSVP: Required (link in title), Free w/ promo code MOVEMEANT

People en Español presenta FESTIVAL NYC! (9:30am-5:30pm)

What: People en Español’s Festival celebrating Hispanic Heritage on October 5 and 6 (from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm both days) at the Armory Track in Washington Heights! Come with your whole family to share with stars like William Levy, Francisca Lachapel, Ivy Queen, Carmen Villalobos, Jhay Cortez, Melii, Selenis Leyva, Mau and Ricky among others during two unforgettable days of music, dance, panels, autographs, activities for the whole family and much more.
Where: The Armory (216 Fort Washington Ave, New York, NY)
When: 9:30am-5:30pm
Nearest Train: A/C 168th St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Harlem Harvest Festival 2019 (11am-4pm)

What: Experience locally made products, children’s activities, a farmer’s market, the Harvest Bake-Off, and live performances all day long. Learn why Harlem is NYC’s favorite neighborhood to EAT, SHOP, PLAY! Learn more at HarlemHarvestFestival.com
Where: (St Nicholas Ave & W 117th St)
When: 11am-4pm
Nearest Train: B/C 116th St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Sunday, 10/6/19

People en Español presenta FESTIVAL NYC! (9:30am-5:30pm)

What: People en Español’s Festival celebrating Hispanic Heritage on October 5 and 6 (from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm both days) at the Armory Track in Washington Heights! Come with your whole family to share with stars like William Levy, Francisca Lachapel, Ivy Queen, Carmen Villalobos, Jhay Cortez, Melii, Selenis Leyva, Mau and Ricky among others during two unforgettable days of music, dance, panels, autographs, activities for the whole family and much more.
Where: The Armory (216 Fort Washington Ave, New York, NY)
When: 9:30am-5:30pm
Nearest Train: A/C 168th St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

lululemon x Merge New York Sweaty Sundays (10am-1pm)

What: For the month of October Lululemon is partnering with Merge New York . Jessica Rabanzo-Flores will lead a featured Merge New York strength training workout class combining dance technique, plyometrics and cardio exercises in a circuit style format. Bring your own towel. This event repeats on 10/6, 10/13, 10/20, and 10/27.
Where: Lululemon (1127 Third Ave, New York, NY)
When: 10am-1pm
Nearest Train: F/Q Lexington Ave-63rd
RSVP: Required (link in title)

17th Annual My Dog Loves Central Park Fair (12pm-3pm)

What: Join us for an afternoon of contests, training tips, games, and much more. Open to all ages. The Fair is an on-leash event.
Main Stage Schedule
12:00 pm – Event Welcome
12:30 pm – Dog Training Workshop: Leash Walk
1:00 pm   – Game on Stage: Tricks for Treats
1:30 pm   – Dog Training Workshop: Recall
2:00 pm   – Game on Stage: Dancing with your Dog
2:30 pm   – Dog Training Workshop: Leash Walk-Heal
Where: Central Park, Naumburg Bandshell (Terrace Dr. Near, W 72nd St, New York, NY)
When: 12pm-3pm
Nearest Train: 6/ 68th St
RSVP: Walk-in

Clothing & Costume Swap (2pm-6pm)

What: Clothing swap. Bring old clothes to donate and take home “new to you” clothes home. Join Lucky and Dream Baby for an all-day clothing and costume swap! Wander from one bar to the other, enjoy a few adult beverages and get yourself some brand new-to-you stuff!
Where: Lucky (168 Avenue B, New York, NY)
When: 2pm-6pm
Nearest Train: L/1 Avenue
RSVP: Walk-in

Monday, 10/7/19

Investing In Stocks: The Basics (1:15pm-2:45pm)

What: Introduction for basic investment terms and concepts such as risk and reward, IPO’s, p/e ratios, and relative p/e ratios. Learn how to approach investment decisions and alternative stock investments such as mutual funds and ETF’s. 
Where: Science, Industry and Business Library (SIBL), Training Room 3(188 Madison Ave, New York, NY)
When: 1:15pm-2:45pm
Nearest Train: 6/ 33rd Street
RSVP: Walk in

IronStrength on Intrepid with Dr Jordan Metzl and Y7 Studio Yoga (6pm-7:30pm)

What: Indoor yoga with Dr. Jordan Metzl, Y7 Yoga, Johnson & Johnson, and Shape Magazine! Also treats and the chance to take amazing post-workout photos! Yoga mats are strongly recommended! (B.Y.O.M.)
5:45 pm: Doors open
6:30-7:30 pm: 30 minutes of IronStrength bootcamp taught by Dr. Jordan Metzl, followed by 30 minutes of hip-hop themed yoga from Y7 Studio.
Where: Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum Pier 86, W 46th St, New York, NY
When: 6pm-7:30pm
Nearest Train: C/E 50th St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Demystifying Entrepreneurship: A Conversation Among Women (7pm-9pm)

What: The how-to’s of entrepreneurship is so often reserved for the privileged few. Join three founding women of color—Sinikiwe Dhliwayo of Naaya Wellness, Ann Yang, formerly of Misfit Foods, and Lisa Rosado of We Are Women Owned—in an open conversation on entrepreneurship, divulging all their take-charge tips. Snacks from the sea provided by AKUA, with Asian-inspired sparkling water from Sanzo. This is a Pop Up Grocer event.
Where: (208 Bowery, New York, NY)
When: 7pm-9pm
Nearest Train: J/Z Bowery
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Tuesday, 10/8/19

Lil’ Kim (4pm-4:30pm)

What:  As a trailblazer, Lil’ Kim turned the tables on male-dominated rap. The world eagerly awaits her new album, “9,” which comes out this fall. With this flurry of new music and reverence from her peers and fans alike, Lil Kim continues to REIGN!
Where: BUILD Studio (692 Broadway, New York, NY)
When: 4pm-4:30pm
Nearest Train: R/W 8th St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Composting in the City (5:30pm-6:30pm)

What: Join NYC Compost Project Hosted by the LES Ecology Center and the Prince George Norwich Meadows Farm CSA for an introductory workshop on composting your food scraps in NYC. We’ll be covering what compost is, why it is important, and the many ways that all NYC residents can compost their food scraps.
Where: (14 E 28th St, New York, NY)
When: 5:30pm-6:30pm
Nearest Train: R/W 28th St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Storytelling for Business – A Free Public Speaking Workshop (6pm-7:30pm)

What: Buffum Wealth Management is teaming up with Public Speaking Coach and Founder of Actor’s Touch Public Speaking, Sara Glancy, to lead this 1-hour workshop on the fundamentals of storytelling and public speaking.
Where: Northwestern Mutual, #1800 (245 Park Ave, New York, NY)
When: 6pm-7:30pm
Nearest Train: 4/5/6/7/S 42nd St – Grand Central
RSVP: Required (link in title)/ RSVP does not guarantee admission, so please arrive early.

How to New York Season 1 Premiere Party (7pm-9pm)

What: The Tadpoles are officially premiering the first season of their web series, “How to New York”. Just one year ago, on October 2018, we launched our theater and production company, and we are so excited to be sharing this moment with all of you. This event is free with no cover, and we will have the space reserved for two hours, which will include time to mingle and to watch the episodes. However, we ask that everyone purchase at least one drink from the bar to help us cover the cost of the venue.
Where: Crystal Lake Brooklyn (647 Grand St, Brooklyn, NY)
When: 7pm-9pm
Nearest Train: G/L Metropolitan Av/Lorimer St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Wednesday, 10/9/19

Mutual Funds & ETFs (1:15pm-2:30pm)

What: Learn about the differences between mutual funds and ETFs for investing.
Where: Science, Industry and Business Library (SIBL), Training Room 3(188 Madison Ave, New York, NY)
When: 1:15pm-2:30pm
Nearest Train: 6/ 33rd Street
RSVP: Walk in

Online with MorningStar & ValueLine (3:15pm-4:30pm)

What: Learn how to retrieve important information on individual stocks and mutual funds, including analysts’ reports and opinions. There will be a demonstration on how to use advanced search capabilities for MorningStar and ValueLine. 
Where: Science, Industry and Business Library (SIBL), Training Room 3(188 Madison Ave, New York, NY)
When: 3:15pm-4:30pm
Nearest Train: 6/ 33rd Street
RSVP: Walk in

Summer on the Hudson: Yoga Flow (6:30pm-7:30pm)

What:  Veteran Nina Semczuk helps you cultivate strength, flexibility, balance, and focus while enjoying yoga outdoors. Please bring a mat. This event repeats every week on Thursday between 5/23/2019 and 10/31/2019.
Where: Riverside Park South, Lawn at 74th Street (Riverside Blvd, New York)
When: 6:30pm-7:30pm
Nearest Train: 1/2/3 72nd St
RSVP: Walk-in

The Hand Me Up Club Podcast Launch (Clothing Swap, Photo Shoots and More!) (6:30pm-9:30pm)

What: Come to the launch of The Hand Me Up Club, the sustainable fashion podcast! There will be a clothing swap, photoshoot, white claw, rose, raffles, and all the sweet treats you crave.
Where: Breather, Suite 404, Room 2 (150 W 28th St, New York, NY)
When: 6:30pm-9:30pm
Nearest Train: 1/ 28th St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Thursday, 10/10/19

Health Savings Accounts: The Stealth IRA (3pm-4:30pm)

What: Vicki Fillet, CFP® introduces you to Health Savings Accounts (HSA), how they work, the pros & cons of high deductible medical insurance, the benefits of an HSA while working and once retired, and how an HSA can resemble an IRA for medical care.  Learn the benefits of investing HSA savings versus placing  them in a low yield money market fund and review investing fundamentals.  
Where: Science, Industry and Business Library (SIBL), Conference Room 018 (188 Madison Ave, New York, NY)
When: 3pm-4:30pm
Nearest Train: 6/ 33rd Street
RSVP: Walk in

Investing: What Your Money Can Do for You (3:15pm-4:30pm)

What: Learn about investing towards goals, potential risks and rewards of different investments, and different asset types.
Where: Science, Industry and Business Library (SIBL), Training Room 3(188 Madison Ave, New York, NY)
When: 3:15pm-4:30pm
Nearest Train: 6/ 33rd Street
RSVP: Walk in

CMX Connect: How Communities Navigate Eccentric Personalities (6pm-8pm)

What: Congrats! Your community rocks! But with growth, comes new and eccentric personalities. Some of which you may not be well-versed in dealing with. So how do we navigate a community with a wide variety of personality types? Join us to discuss it! Speakers include Jamie Lynn McCoppin (Spark of Play), Erin McConaghy (Curated Care), and Miles Cutler (Connecting Meaningfully).
Where: Civic Hall, 12th Floor (118 W 22nd St, New York, NY)
When: 6pm-8pm
Nearest Train: F/M 23rd St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

WINDOW INTO SEOUL | W Concept Exclusive Showcase Event @bloomingdale’s (6pm-8pm)

What: Shop the looks in the Carousel while you enjoy Korean-inspired light bites, music and more, and come meet Alyssa Coscarelli and Lauren Caruso, as they showcase some of their favorite items for this F/W season.
Where: Bloomingdale’s, The Carousel on 1 (1000 3rd Avenue, New York, NY)
When: 6pm-8pm
Nearest Train: N/R/W/4/5/6 59th – Lexington
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Friday, 10/11/19

Complimentary Styling with Dyson Hair Care Technology | September 30th – October 18th (11am-6pm)

What: Join us at the Dyson Demo Store for a complimentary styling with the latest Dyson haircare technology. During your appointment, a Dyson stylist will analyze your hair, styling needs and challenges and teach you techniques to achieve a salon-finished look at home. This event repeats Monday – Friday, September 30, 2019 – October 18, 2019.
Where: Dyson Demo – 5th Avenue (640 5th Ave, New York, NY)
When: 11am-6pm
Nearest Train: E/M 5th Avenue/53rd St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Movies Under the Stars: The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part (6:30pm-10pm)

What: Grab a blanket or towel and come enjoy a movie in the park. Glass bottles and alcoholic beverages are strictly prohibited. You should arrive before 6:30 p.m. to get your spot. Feel free to bring a blanket to sit on. Reservations are not taken, so space is available on a first-come, first-served basis. All are welcome!
Where: Playground 103 CIII (450 E 105th St, New York, NY)
When: 6:30pm-10pm
Nearest Train: 6/ 103 Street
RSVP: Walk in

Strictly Tango at Chelsea Recreation Center (7pm-8:30pm)

What: Join NYC Parks in a series of free dance classes. Every Friday from October 4 to October 18, 2019, put on your dancing shoes and learn with Strictly Tango NYC Dance School, directed by Sergio Segura for free. They bring you “the authentic Buenos Aires Tango feeling.” Come with your partner, your friends or come by yourself and find a new dancing partner!
Where: Chelsea Recreation Center (430 W 25th St, New York, NY)
When: 7pm-8:30pm
Nearest Train: C/E 23rd St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Saturday, 10/12/19

Bootcamp with Chelsea Piers Fitness (10am-11am)

What: Designed to diversify your workout, this one-hour Bootcamp-style high intensity interval training class by Chelsea Piers Fitness will incinerate calories and build strength.
Where: Brooklyn Bridge Park, Pier 6 Picnic Tables (Brooklyn Bridge Park Greenway, Brooklyn, NY)
When: 10am-11am
Nearest Train: R/2/3/4/5 Borough Hall/Court St
RSVP: Walk in

PEN America x Books Are Magic: Lit Crawl NYC (6pm-9pm)

What: PEN America and Books Are Magic present Lit Crawl NYC, and with 19 events in three hours, we’ve got an amazing line-up planned, and three, hour-long rounds packed with literary fun. PEN America’s Lit Crawl NYC is a literary bar crawl where the cerebral meets the madcap with themed readings, trivia, and much more, all to celebrate the New York literary community. See the full #LitCrawlNYC schedule here (https://pen.org/event/lit-crawl-nyc-2019). Please note, there are multiple locations, and only one address was listed here for the posting.
Where: Books Are Magic (225 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY)
When: 6pm-9pm
Nearest Train: F/G Bergen
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Free Public Kayaking at Pier 26 (9am-4:30pm)

What:  Kayak with the Downtown Boathouse weekends and holidays from May 18, 2019 – October 14, 2019. Please note, this is weather permitting.
Where: Pier 26 at Hudson River Park (Hudson River Greenway, New York, NY)
When: 9am-4:30pm
Nearest Train: 1/2/3 Chambers St
RSVP: Walk in

Sunday, 10/13/19

Free Public Kayaking at Pier 26 (9am-4:30pm)

What:  Kayak with the Downtown Boathouse weekends and holidays from May 18, 2019 – October 14, 2019. Please note, this is weather permitting.
Where: Pier 26 at Hudson River Park (Hudson River Greenway, New York, NY)
When: 9am-4:30pm
Nearest Train: 1/2/3 Chambers St
RSVP: Walk in

Soundbath by Luna Maye @ Saks Fifth Avenue (9:30am-10:30am)

What:  Celebrate Self-Care Sunday at Saks with this Cellular Massage of Sound led by Sound Artist Luna Maye. Luna has introduced a new dimension of sound meditation to the world uniting Crystal Alchemy singing bowls with jazz and neo-soul vocal expressions. Followed by a Happiness Workout with Poppy Jamie of Happy Not Perfect with light bites and juice.
Where: Saks Fifth Avenue, Level 4 (611 5th Ave, New York, NY)
When: 9:30am-10:30am
Nearest Train: : B/D/F/M 47-50 Streets Rockefeller Center Station
RSVP: Required (link in title)

lululemon x Merge New York Sweaty Sundays (10am-1pm)

What: For the month of October Lululemon is partnering with Merge New York. Jessica Rabanzo-Flores will lead a featured Merge New York strength training workout class combining dance technique, plyometrics and cardio exercises in a circuit style format. Bring your own towel. This event repeats on 10/6, 10/13, 10/20, and 10/27.
Where: Lululemon (1127 Third Ave, New York, NY)
When: 10am-1pm
Nearest Train: F/Q Lexington Ave-63rd
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Monday, 10/14/19

Free Public Kayaking at Pier 26 (9am-4:30pm)

What:  Kayak with the Downtown Boathouse weekends and holidays from May 18, 2019 – October 14, 2019. Please note, this is weather permitting.
Where: Pier 26 at Hudson River Park (Hudson River Greenway, New York, NY)
When: 9am-4:30pm
Nearest Train: 1/2/3 Chambers St
RSVP: Walk in

THE ART OF FRIENDS: BURTON MORRIS (10am-6pm)

What: Taglialatella Galleriesis pleased to present The Art of Friends, an exhibition by Burton Morris in association with Warner Bros Inc., paying tribute to the artist’s creative contributions to the television show that became a pop culture phenomenon. This exhibit features the iconic couch from the Central Perk set, and many of the readily familiar images hung on the Friends’ set along with new works inspired by the show itself.  This events repeats everyday Thursday, September 19, 2016 – Wednesday, October 16, 2019.
Where: Taglialatella Galleries (229 10th Ave New York, NY)
When: 10am-6pm
Nearest Train: C/E 23rd St
RSVP: Walk in

How to Get What You Want: A manifesting protocol by Thomas M. Jones (6pm-8pm)

What:  Join Thomas as he uses personal stories and meditation techniques to identify key questions for growth, understanding of one’s own burning desires, and working with accountability partners. Followed by a Happiness Workout with Poppy Jamie of Happy Not Perfect with light bites and juice.
Where: Saks Fifth Avenue (611 5th Ave, New York, NY)
When: 6pm-8pm
Nearest Train: : B/D/F/M 47-50 Streets Rockefeller Center Station
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Tuesday, 10/15/19

THE ART OF FRIENDS: BURTON MORRIS (10am-6pm)

What: Taglialatella Galleries is pleased to present The Art of Friends, an exhibition by Burton Morris in association with Warner Bros Inc., paying tribute to the artist’s creative contributions to the television show that became a pop culture phenomenon. This exhibit features the iconic couch from the Central Perk set, and many of the readily familiar images hung on the Friends’ set along with new works inspired by the show itself.  This events repeats everyday Thursday, September 19, 2016 – Wednesday, October 16, 2019.
Where: Taglialatella Galleries (229 10th Ave New York, NY)
When: 10am-6pm
Nearest Train: C/E 23rd St
RSVP: Walk in

Starting Out: Stocks, Bonds, Mutual Funds (6pm-7:30pm)

What: Stephen Poppel, PhD., CFA provides guidance on the different kinds of financial investments  that are available for beginners and helps you understand which ones are right for you. There are so many choices: stocks, bonds, mutual funds, 401(k)s, IRAs, ETFs… (The list goes on.)
Where: Science, Industry and Business Library (SIBL), Conference Room 018 (188 Madison Ave, New York, NY)
When: 6pm-7:30pm
Nearest Train: 6/ 33rd Street
RSVP: Walk in

We All Thrive – Panel Discussion with Breast Cancer Research Foundation (6pm-8pm)

What:  Attend our panel discussion with the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, hosted by Michelle James – one of the four thrivers –and Danielle M. Brown, hosts of the podcast Cocktails & Cancer with MJ and Dani. Enjoy light refreshments and beverages throughout the evening; pamper yourself at Estée Lauder with a custom lip spa treatment or take a moment and stop by the engraving station. Immediately following the discussion, experience our Pink Shop where all products benefit breast cancer charities.
Where: Macy’s, 4th Floor, Womens Dept. (151 West 34th Street, New York, NY)
When: 6pm-8pm
Nearest Train: 1/2/3 34th St – Penn Station
RSVP: Required (link in title

Jackrabbit FREE Weekly Runs (6:30pm-8pm)

What:  Join us every Tuesday evening throughout the year for our Free Jackrabbit Runs paced by local legand, Brandon Wei! The runs are usually casual, easy going 3-4miles from our Union Square location and back. We have water (sometimes hydration samples!), lockers and changing rooms! This event repeats each Tuesday October 15, 2019 – December 17, 2019.
Where: JackRabbit – Union Square (42 W 14th St New York, NY)
When: 6:30pm-8pm
Nearest Train: N/R/W/L/4/5/6 14 Street – Union Square
RSVP: Required

Wednesday, 10/16/19

Yoga-tta Relax: Midterms Yoga for Students (4:30pm-6pm)

What:  De-stress from exams with restorative yoga led by Kate Diaz! Join us for a free yoga class (with some surprises), and sample some small-batch CBD products by Kiskanu.
Where: (815 Broadway, New York, NY)
When: 4:30pm-6pm
Nearest Train: N/R/W/L/4/5/6 14 Street – Union Square
RSVP: Required

The Art of the Radiant Woman: The Energetics of Radiance (6pm-8pm)

What:  Join Desirée Pais, founder of the Benshen Course and The Art of the Radiant Woman for a workshop on the secret teachings of Power, Beauty, and Radiance. Included a talk + meditations from the Kundalini Yoga women’s teachings for Radiance. After all, a woman in her power is the most magnetic thing on the planet.
Followed by a Happiness Workout with Poppy Jamie of Happy Not Perfect with light bites and juice.
Where: Saks Fifth Avenue (611 5th Ave, New York, NY)
When: 6pm-8pm
Nearest Train: : B/D/F/M 47-50 Streets Rockefeller Center Station
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Summer on the Hudson: Yoga Flow (6:30pm-7:30pm)

What:  Veteran Nina Semczuk helps you cultivate strength, flexibility, balance, and focus while enjoying yoga outdoors. Please bring a mat. This event repeats every week on Thursday between 5/23/2019 and 10/31/2019.
Where: Riverside Park South, Lawn at 74th Street (Riverside Blvd, New York)
When: 6:30pm-7:30pm
Nearest Train: 1/2/3 72nd St
RSVP: Walk-in

Gal Meets Glam X Margaux (6:30pm-7:30pm)

What: Chat style and shop with Gal Meets Glam founder Julia Engel. Discover the limited edition #GMGxMargaux collaboration.
Where: Margaux (387 Bleecker St, New York, NY)
When: 6:30pm-7:30pm
Nearest Train: 1/ Christopher St
RSVP: Walk-in

Jane Penty Book Launch Party + Panel (6:30pm-8:30pm)

What: Celebrate the US launch of Jane Penty’s new book, Product Design & Sustainability: Strategies, Tools and Practiceforthcoming from Routledge! Penty will be joined by Erica Rosen, VP Marketing & Ryan Gist, Engineering Director at Biolite; Jane Abernethy, Chief Sustainability Officer at Humanscale; and Tom Chan, co-founder of Unocup to share their achievements and discuss how they approach the very real challenges of designing more sustainable products.
Where: Products of Design, 7th Floor (36 W 21st St, New York, NY)
When: 6:30pm-8:30pm
Nearest Train: F/M 23rd St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Thursday, 10/17/19

Protecting Your Privacy & Security (3:15pm-4:30pm)

What:  Class will be about best practices of keeping your information safe online and your computer virus free. 
Where: Science, Industry and Business Library (SIBL), Training Room 3(188 Madison Ave, New York, NY)
When: 3:15pm-4:30pm
Nearest Train: 6/ 33rd Street
RSVP: Walk in

IN HER SHOES PANEL (6pm-8pm)

What: Join us to hear Erica Russo, Sophia Webster, Marion Parke, and Tabitha Simmons speak about business, all things fashion and how to stylishly go from day to night!
Where: Bloomingdale’s, Floor 5 (1000 3rd Avenue, New York, NY)
When: 6pm-8pm
Nearest Train: N/R/W/4/5/6 59th – Lexington
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Money-Saving Tips for Shopping Organic (6:30pm-8pm)

What:  Shopping healthy can get expensive. Learn a ton of ticks to make the most of your grocery shopping and your budget while getting the best and freshest of what’s available. Get tips on how to search for organic restaurants and what to pack with you when you travel.
Where: Legion of Good Will (LGW), 6th Floor (55 W 45th St, New York, NY)
When: 6:30pm-8pm
Nearest Train: : B/D/F/M 47-50 Streets Rockefeller Center Station
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Brooklyn Media Maker Weekend Keynote: Hip Hop Film Festival CEO, CR Capers (7:30pm-9pm)

What: CR (Chief Rocka) Capers, Founder & CEO of the Hip Hop Film Festival kicks off BRIC’s 4th Annual Brooklyn Media Maker Weekend. She will be giving the keynote address to kick off Brooklyn Media Maker Weekend on Thu, Oct 17, 7PM.
Where: BRIC House (647 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY)
When: 7:30pm-9pm
Nearest Train: : 2/3/4/5 Nevins Street
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Friday, 10/18/19

AVEENO® Autumn OatPost (10am-7pm)

What: The shack will treat visitors to complimentary samples of the Aveeno® Oat Masks with superseed extracts as well as offer discounts for Aveeno® Oat Mask purchases on CVS.com. This event repeats everyday Friday, October 18, 2019 – Thursday, October 31, 2019.
Where: (575 Broadway New York, NY)
When: 10am-7pm
Nearest Train: R/W Prince Street
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Free Facial Massage & Beauty Tea with a HOLISTIC SKIN THERAPIST NYC (3pm-6pm)

What: A Holistic Skin Therapist and the official Province Apothecary Brand Ambassador will consult each visitor and use a special technique depending on your skin needs to give you a free facial massage that promotes skin glow, plumpness, and get your skin ready for the weekend!
Where: Briseis Beauty (298 Mulberry St New York, NY)
When: 3pm-6pm
Nearest Train: B/D/F/M/6 Broadway – Lafayette
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Strictly Tango at Chelsea Recreation Center (7pm-8:30pm)

What: Join NYC Parks in a series of free dance classes. Every Friday from October 4 to October 18, 2019, put on your dancing shoes and learn with Strictly Tango NYC Dance School, directed by Sergio Segura for free. They bring you “the authentic Buenos Aires Tango feeling.” Come with your partner, your friends or come by yourself and find a new dancing partner!
Where: Chelsea Recreation Center (430 W 25th St, New York, NY)
When: 7pm-8:30pm
Nearest Train: C/E 23rd St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Saturday, 10/19/19

AVEENO® Autumn OatPost (10am-7pm)

What: The shack will treat visitors to complimentary samples of the Aveeno® Oat Masks with superseed extracts as well as offer discounts for Aveeno® Oat Mask purchases on CVS.com. This event repeats everyday Friday, October 18, 2019 – Thursday, October 31, 2019.
Where: (575 Broadway New York, NY)
When: 10am-7pm
Nearest Train: R/W Prince Street
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Design Fest (11am-4pm)

What: Cooper Hewitt kicks off National Design Week with a day of hands-on activities led by National Design Award winners and guest designers. Audiences of all ages are invited to play designer and tackle design challenges in workshops, learn new design skills, and explore the museum.
7:30-8pm, Jess will be answering all of your toughest curly questions and you won’t want to miss it!
Where: Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum (2 E 91st St, New York, NY)
When: 11am-4pm
Nearest Train: 4/5/6/ 86th St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Well Travelled Walking Tour: Soho (2:30pm-4pm)

What: Herschel Supply is excited to host a free walking tour made for explorers, design-lovers, visitors and locals alike. This event repeats every Saturday October 19, 2019 – December 28, 2019.
Tours to include:
-Free Herschel Supply Tote
-Gifts from Design Within Reach
Where: Herschel Supply: The Soho Pop-Up (462 Broadway New York, NY)
When: 2:30pm-4pm
Nearest Train: N/Q/R/W/6 Canal St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Habitat: Home NYC (Manhattan) (6pm-9pm)

What:”Habitat: Home” is a nationwide community-building project powered by art. Join us Oct 19 & 20 for New York City performances of multidisciplinary art exploring the many meanings of ‘home’! Bringing performers and audiences together across boroughs, these programs intermingle music, poetry, theater, video, and/or dance in diverse styles unique to local artists. Our collaborative approach will present a vibrant and varied program that celebrates underrepresented voices and connects people through shared expression.
Where: St. Michael’s Episcopal Church (225 W 99th St, New York, NY)
When: 6pm-9pm
Nearest Train: 1/2/3 96th St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Sunday, 10/20/19

AVEENO® Autumn OatPost (10am-7pm)

What: The shack will treat visitors to complimentary samples of the Aveeno® Oat Masks with superseed extracts as well as offer discounts for Aveeno® Oat Mask purchases on CVS.com. This event repeats everyday Friday, October 18, 2019 – Thursday, October 31, 2019.
Where: (575 Broadway New York, NY)
When: 10am-7pm
Nearest Train: R/W Prince Street
RSVP: Required (link in title)

lululemon x Merge New York Sweaty Sundays (10am-1pm)

What: For the month of October Lululemon is partnering with Merge New York. Jessica Rabanzo-Flores will lead a featured Merge New York strength training workout class combining dance technique, plyometrics and cardio exercises in a circuit style format. Bring your own towel. This event repeats on 10/6, 10/13, 10/20, and 10/27.
Where: Lululemon (1127 Third Ave, New York, NY)
When: 10am-1pm
Nearest Train: F/Q Lexington Ave-63rd
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Fiction Writing with Seth Fried (6pm-7pm)

What: Free introductory Fiction Writing class with Gotham Writers. Our wonderful instructor Seth Fried, author of The Municipalists, will teach from 6-7 PM. Gotham provides notebooks and pens, so just bring your creativity!
Where: Shakespeare & Co (2020 Broadway, New York, NY)
When: 6pm-7pm
Nearest Train: 1/2/3 72nd St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Habitat: Home NYC (Brooklyn) (6pm-9pm)

What:”Habitat: Home” is a nationwide community-building project powered by art. Join us Oct 19 & 20 for New York City performances of multidisciplinary art exploring the many meanings of ‘home’! Bringing performers and audiences together across boroughs, these programs intermingle music, poetry, theater, video, and/or dance in diverse styles unique to local artists. Our collaborative approach will present a vibrant and varied program that celebrates underrepresented voices and connects people through shared expression.
Where: The First Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn (124 Henry St, Brooklyn, NY)
When: 6pm-9pm
Nearest Train: 2/3 Clark St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Monday, 10/21/19

Free Salary Negotiation Workshop from women.nyc and AAUW (6pm-8pm)

What: Our salary negotiation workshops give you the strategies you need to make the strongest possible case for a new job, a raise, a promotion or better benefits. You’ll leave with a refreshed sense of confidence, killer negotiation skills and a new support network to help ensure you make what you’re worth. You will also have an opportunity to practice your negotiation. Through methods like facilitated discussion and role-playing, you’ll learn:

  • How to identify and articulate your personal value
  • How to develop an arsenal of persuasive responses and other strategies to use when negotiating
  • How to conduct objective market research to benchmark a target salary and benefits
  • About the wage gap, including its long-term consequences

Where: Brooklyn Public Library – Central Branch (10 Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn, NY)
When: 6pm-8pm
Nearest Train: 2/3/4 Eastern Parkway Brooklyn Museum Station
RSVP: Required (link in title

Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Oklahoma At Time Out Market New York! (7pm-9pm)

What:  One night only, a special performance of the hits and Q&A with the cast of Oklahoma! comes to Time Out Market New York Stage (55 Water St., Brooklyn) on October 21st.
Where: Time Out Market New York (55 Water Street, Brooklyn, NY
When: 7pm-9pm
Nearest Train: F/ York St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Fluid Territories: A Proposal by Giuditta Vendrame (7pm-9pm)

What: A/D/O by MINI Researcher-in-Residence Giuditta Vendrame will present her past work along with a new proposal for Cycle 1 of At The Border, a research program at A/D/O. Giuditta sees bodies of water not as topographical dividers but as connectors, viewing them as a different environmental order that is less terracentric, less bounded, and in constant motion. This perspective allows her the opportunity to examine our connection to roots and land, thus reimagining the very concept of citizenship. In addition, Giuditta questions our traditionally held beliefs about fixed territories, belonging, identity, and citizenship, offering a new understanding of life that is always in motion.
Where: A/D/O (29 Norman Ave, Brooklyn, NY)
When: 7pm-9pm
Nearest Train: G/ Nassau
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Tuesday, 10/22/19

Bee & Kin’s Digital Detox Panel (6pm-8pm)

What:  Please join us for an evening of discussing, education and enlightenment on the importance of digital detox. Hosted by Tracey Hummel, founder of Bee & Kin. Panelists include Nichole Powell (founder of Kinfield), Larissa May (founder of #HALFTHESTORY), Lindsey Mestelaar (host of We Met At Acme) and Jennifer L. Silvershein (Manhattan Wellness). To RSVP, please email: rsvp@daniellegoodmanpr.com
Where: Misha Nonoo (130 Greene St, New York, NY)
When: 6pm-8pm
Nearest Train: R/W Prince Street
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Jackrabbit FREE Weekly Runs (6:30pm-8pm)

What:  Join us every Tuesday evening throughout the year for our Free Jackrabbit Runs paced by local legand, Brandon Wei! The runs are usually casual, easy going 3-4miles from our Union Square location and back. We have water (sometimes hydration samples!), lockers and changing rooms! This event repeats each Tuesday October 15, 2019 – December 17, 2019.
Where: JackRabbit – Union Square (42 W 14th St New York, NY)
When: 6:30pm-8pm
Nearest Train: N/R/W/L/4/5/6 14 Street – Union Square
RSVP: Required (link in title)

FEED x Bumble Bizz: Women @ Work series (6:30pm-8:30pm)

What: Join FEED, in partnership with Bumble Bizz, for a series of programming for women, by women, centered around career-building, female leadership, and more. In celebration of FEED’s brand new perfect Work Bag, we’re coming together to talk all things women @ work. Plus, there will be shopping (of course), wine from RAMONA, and goodies!
October 22nd – Let’s talk work.
Lauren Bush Lauren interviews Katharine Zaleski, President & Co-Founder of PowerToFly, a recruiting platform specifically for women, to answer all of your most common work questions, from how to ask for a raise to how to get the job to how to be a good mentor.
Where: FEED Shop & Cafe (55 Water St, Brooklyn, NY
When: 6:30pm-8:30pm
Nearest Train: F/ York St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Wednesday, 10/23/19

Bond Basics (3:15pm-4:30pm)

What: Learn about bonds and using SIBL’s print and electronic resources for researching bonds and bond mutual funds.
Where: Science, Industry and Business Library (SIBL), Training Room 3 (188 Madison Ave, New York, NY)
When: 3:15pm-4:30pm
Nearest Train: 6/ 33rd Street
RSVP: Walk in

IN HER SHOES PANEL (6pm-8pm)

What: For this evening of “ In Her Shoes”, host Erica Russo, Bloomingdale’s Fashion Director, will guide an inspiring conversation with Stacey Delo, CEO of Apres and Jennifer Gefsky, Co-Founder of Apres. Both, co-authors of YOUR TURN: Careers, Kids and Comebacks—A Working Mother’s Guide about their own experiences as working mothers and owning your spot on the career dial through each new chapter of life. Join us for a fun night out, shopping, light bites, and more!
Where: Bloomingdale’s, Floor 5 (1000 3rd Avenue, New York, NY)
When: 6pm-8pm
Nearest Train: N/R/W/4/5/6 59th – Lexington
RSVP: Required (link in title)

FEED x Bumble Bizz: Women @ Work series (6:30pm-8:30pm)

What: Join FEED, in partnership with Bumble Bizz, for a series of programming for women, by women, centered around career-building, female leadership, and more. In celebration of FEED’s brand new perfect Work Bag, we’re coming together to talk all things women @ work. Plus, there will be shopping (of course), wine from RAMONA, and goodies!
October 23rd – Women @ Work: Health & Wellness
Female leaders from some of your favorite leaders in the NYC health & wellness space talk career paths, entrepreneurship, the workplace, motherhood and more. In partnership with the Female Founder Collective. Moderated by Amri Kibbler, of HeyMama.
Panelists include Alexandra Bonetti Perez, The Talent Hack & Bari Studio, Nicole Centeno, Splendid Spoon and Lily Kunin, Clean Market.
Where: FEED Shop & Cafe (55 Water St, Brooklyn, NY
When: 6:30pm-8:30pm
Nearest Train: F/ York St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Thursday, 10/24/19

Summer on the Hudson: Yoga Flow (6:30pm-7:30pm)

What:  Veteran Nina Semczuk helps you cultivate strength, flexibility, balance, and focus while enjoying yoga outdoors. Please bring a mat. This event repeats every week on Thursday between 5/23/2019 and 10/31/2019.
Where: Riverside Park South, Lawn at 74th Street (Riverside Blvd, New York)
When: 6:30pm-7:30pm
Nearest Train: 1/2/3 72nd St
RSVP: Walk-in

FEED x Bumble Bizz: Women @ Work series (6:30pm-8:30pm)

What: Join FEED, in partnership with Bumble Bizz, for a series of programming for women, by women, centered around career-building, female leadership, and more. In celebration of FEED’s brand new perfect Work Bag, we’re coming together to talk all things women @ work. Plus, there will be shopping (of course), wine from RAMONA, and goodies!
October 24th – Women @ Work: Fashion & Retail
Female leaders from some of your favorite leaders in the NYC fashion & retail space talk career paths, entrepreneurship, the workplace, motherhood and more. In partnership with the Female Founder Collective. Moderated by FEED’s founder, Lauren Bush Lauren. Panelists include Lauren Chan, Henning, Bouchra Ezzahraoui, AUrate New York, Reshma Chamberlin, Summersalt, and Denise Lee, Alala.
Where: FEED Shop & Cafe (55 Water St, Brooklyn, NY
When: 6:30pm-8:30pm
Nearest Train: F/ York St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Wellness: Breast Cancer Awareness Panel (6:30pm-9:30pm)

What: Listen to inspirational stories about their journey through breast cancer ask question while building a community. Let’s not forget lite bites and mimosas! Speakers include Trish Gauthier, Danielle Tropsa, Carrie Kreiswirth, and Jillian L. Hanson.
Where: Sweaty Betty (1153 Madison Ave, New York, NY)
When: 6:30pm-9:30pm
Nearest Train: 4/5/6/ 86th St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Sony Creative Space NYC: B&H Creator Night (7pm-10pm)

What: Join Sony and B&H for an unforgettable night of hands-on learning, fun photoshoots, and exciting prizes. Drinks and apps will be served.
Where: SIR Stage37 (508 W 37th St, New York, NY)
When: 7pm-10pm
Nearest Train: 7/ 34th Street–Hudson Yards 
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Friday, 10/25/19

AVEENO® Autumn OatPost (10am-7pm)

What: The shack will treat visitors to complimentary samples of the Aveeno® Oat Masks with superseed extracts as well as offer discounts for Aveeno® Oat Mask purchases on CVS.com. This event repeats everyday Friday, October 18, 2019 – Thursday, October 31, 2019.
Where: (575 Broadway New York, NY)
When: 10am-7pm
Nearest Train: R/W Prince Street
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Sony Creative Space NYC: Be Alpha Night (7pm-10pm)

What: Calling all the makers, doers, and people who dream in color. We’re bringing the photography community together for an exciting opportunity to shoot, learn, and collaborate with other creatives! Get in touch with your inner creative and #BeAlpha.
• Build your portfolio by shooting professional sets and models
• Network with other creators and models in the community
• Test Sony’s industry-leading cameras and lenses
• Get technical support on products from the Sony team
Swag will be available – first-come, first-served!
Where: SIR Stage37 (508 W 37th St, New York, NY)
When: 7pm-10pm
Nearest Train: 7/ 34th Street–Hudson Yards 
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Free Comedy Show – Halloween Weekend Edition with Free Candy (7:30pm-9pm)

What: Comedy Evening is a completely free comedy show in the heart of the West Village featuring comedians who have appeared on Comedy Central, TruTV, Late Night with Stephen Colbert, and more! The show takes place in the downstairs/basement lounge of the venue. Please note that you must be 21+ to attend as the venue is a bar. While there is no cover or item minimum for the show, it is recommended that you get a drink (soda, beer, wine, etc.) or food item to support the bar and help keep the show free.
Where: O.P.P.A. (162 West 4th Street, New York, NY)
When: 7:30pm-9pm
Nearest Train: B/D/F/M/A/C/E W 4th St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Saturday, 10/26/19

3rd Annual Kids’ Halloween Parade + Scavenger Hunt (10am-4pm)

What: Halloween activities.
Beyond at Liberty View: 10am – 4pm
850 3rd Avenue, Brooklyn NY 11232
*Trick-or-Treat at all the stops at BEYOND
*Live DJ spinning spooky sounds
*Photo booth
*Pumpkin Patch

Industry City: 12pm – 2pm
238 36th Street, Brooklyn NY 11232
*Rock + Roll Playhouse Halloween Edition
*Trick-or-Treat throughout campus
*Arts + Crafts, face painting + more

Join the Halloween Parades:
*11:30am: Beyond to Industry City
*2:30pm: Industry City to Beyond
Where: Beyond at Liberty View – Bed Bath & Beyond (850 3rd Ave, Brooklyn, NY)
When: 10am-4pm
Nearest Train: D/N/R 36th St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

HALLOWEEN PLAY: NYC Game Expo (12pm-5pm)

What:  Game developers will be showing off their latest games. For developers, this is a great opportunity to show off their games (finished or unfinished) and get direct feedback from players. For everyone else, it’s a unique opportunity to try out the biggest collection of games made in and around NYC all in one place. There will be a costume contest! We encourage everyone to dress (appropriately, no real or fake weapons!) and get into the Halloween spirit.
Where: Microsoft (11 Times Square, New York, NY)
When: 12pm-5pm
Nearest Train: 1/2/3/7/A/C/E/N/Q/R/W/S 42nd St – Times Square
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Well Travelled Walking Tour: Soho (2:30pm-4pm)

What: Herschel Supply is excited to host a free walking tour made for explorers, design-lovers, visitors and locals alike. This event repeats every Saturday October 19, 2019 – December 28, 2019.
Tours to include:
-Free Herschel Supply Tote
-Gifts from Design Within Reach
Where: Herschel Supply: The Soho Pop-Up (462 Broadway New York, NY)
When: 2:30pm-4pm
Nearest Train: N/Q/R/W/6 Canal St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Sunday, 10/27/19

Cardio Class by 305 Fitness @ JackRabbit (9am-10am)

What: Join us at JackRabbit 3rd Ave for a FREE 45-minute cardio dance party brought to you by our friends at 305 Fitness! All participants will receive 15% off their in-store purchase at JackRabbit immediately before or after the event. Some exclusions apply.
Where: JackRabbit (1051 Third Ave, New York, NY)
When: 9am-10am
Nearest Train: F/Q Lexington Ave/63rd St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

lululemon x Merge New York Sweaty Sundays (10am-1pm)

What: For the month of October Lululemon is partnering with Merge New York. Jessica Rabanzo-Flores will lead a featured Merge New York strength training workout class combining dance technique, plyometrics and cardio exercises in a circuit style format. Bring your own towel. This event repeats on 10/6, 10/13, 10/20, and 10/27.
Where: Lululemon (1127 Third Ave, New York, NY)
When: 10am-1pm
Nearest Train: F/Q Lexington Ave-63rd
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Yoga + Wellness Popup with Urban Remedy + Manduka Yoga (1pm-3pm)

What:  Join The Healthlete for a *FREE* Yoga + Wellness Popup with Urban Remedy + Manduka Yoga at Energi! Some of what you can expect from our generous sponsors:

  • Yoga mats provided by Manduka Yoga
  • Vegan snacks from Urban Remedy

All levels welcome – all you need to bring is yourself + comfortable clothing!
Where: Energi (815 Broadway, New York, NY)
When: 1pm-3pm
Nearest Train: N/R/W/L/4/5/6 14 Street – Union Square
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Monday, 10/28/19

AVEENO® Autumn OatPost (10am-7pm)

What: The shack will treat visitors to complimentary samples of the Aveeno® Oat Masks with superseed extracts as well as offer discounts for Aveeno® Oat Mask purchases on CVS.com. This event repeats everyday Friday, October 18, 2019 – Thursday, October 31, 2019.
Where: (575 Broadway New York, NY)
When: 10am-7pm
Nearest Train: R/W Prince Street
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Life Skills: Budgeting, Credit, & Debt (1:15pm-2:30pm)

What: This class introduces savings and budget concepts:  Review banks and banking products, including debit and credit cards, and how to reduce indebtedness.  The class also introduces investment principles. 
Where: Science, Industry and Business Library (SIBL), Training Room 3(188 Madison Ave, New York, NY)
When: 1:15pm-2:30pm
Nearest Train: 6/ 33rd Street
RSVP: Walk in

Boob Truth with Nai Vasha and Casey Layne (7pm-9pm)

What: Join us for a live Boob Truth conversation with Nai Vasha (Co-founder of Undo Ordinary) and Casey Layne (yoga instructor and lululemon ambassador). We will be diving into the realities of body stereotypes in the health and wellness world by highlighting the stories and experiences of leaders in our community.
Where: the re:pair lab (125 Prince St, New York, NY)
When: 7pm-9pm
Nearest Train: R/W Prince Street
RSVP: Walk in

Tuesday, 10/29/19

Financial Planning Before, During, and After Divorce (3pm-4:30pm)

What: Stephanie Carmel CFP® and Sallie Mullins Thompson CPA/PFS, CFP® discuss ways to better prepare for this life-changing transition so that you and your family can create a fair and equitable separation agreement. Discussions are key terms and definitions, information and documents required, mistakes to avoid, and how divorce professionals can assist in the process.
Where: Science, Industry and Business Library (SIBL), Conference Room 018 (188 Madison Ave, New York, NY)
When: 3pm-4:30pm
Nearest Train: 6/ 33rd Street
RSVP: Walk in

Tax Strategies to Boost Your Bottom Line (6pm-7:30pm)

What: Orumé Hays, CPA, reviews available tax advantaged accounts: IRA’s 401K’s 529’s HSAs and more, which will help the average taxpayer lower his or her annual tax bill. Learn which types of accounts are best for your needs at different stages of your life. Presented by the New York State Society of CPAs.
Where: Science, Industry and Business Library (SIBL), Conference Room 018 (188 Madison Ave, New York, NY)
When: 6pm-7:30pm
Nearest Train: 6/ 33rd Street
RSVP: Walk in

Cocktails and Cancer (Live Podcast) with MJ & Dani (6pm-9pm)

What: Cocktails and Cancer is an honest reflection of the three years that follow a cancer diagnosis. It’s about the journey back to being okay, and how a positive biopsy can impact not only the patient but the loved ones around them. Join MJ & Dani in store during Breast Cancer Awareness Month at ELOQUII SoHo for treats, cocktails, shopping and a live podcast recording.
Where: Eloquii Soho (120 Wooster St, New York, NY)
When: 6pm-9pm
Nearest Train: R/W Prince Street
RSVP: Walk in

The Believer’s Breast Cancer Awareness Benefit Concert + Panel (6pm-10pm)

What: The Believer’s Breast Cancer Awareness Concert + Panel. Free Entry with RSVP and Donation of Feminine Hygiene products that will be given to NYC women in need!
Where: (48 W 21st St, New York, NY)
When: 6pm-10pm
Nearest Train: F/M 23rd St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Jackrabbit FREE Weekly Runs (6:30pm-8pm)

What:  Join us every Tuesday evening throughout the year for our Free Jackrabbit Runs paced by local legand, Brandon Wei! The runs are usually casual, easy going 3-4miles from our Union Square location and back. We have water (sometimes hydration samples!), lockers and changing rooms! This event repeats each Tuesday October 15, 2019 – December 17, 2019.
Where: JackRabbit – Union Square (42 W 14th St New York, NY)
When: 6:30pm-8pm
Nearest Train: N/R/W/L/4/5/6 14 Street – Union Square
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Wednesday, 10/30/19

Yahoo Finance Breakouts presents Benjamin Witte, Founder & CEO of Recess (4:30pm -7pm)

What: Join Yahoo Finance’s Emily McCormick for an intimate discussion with Benjamin Witte, Founder & CEO of Recess.
Doors open at 4:30 PM ET, with the live event beginning at 5 PM. A networking/cocktail event follows the Breakouts discussion, in which attendees will have the opportunity to meet Benjamin.
Where: SubCulture (45 Bleecker Street, New York, NY)
When: 4:30pm-7pm
Nearest Train: B/D/F/M/6 Broadway – Lafayette
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Women of Wearables- Ideation to Reality (6pm-9pm)

What: Join us for Women of Wearables- W.o.W Wednesdays. We highlight leaders and founders in wearable technology the last Wednesday of every month. Come network with us and find out more about Women of Wearables-New York Chapter. Hosted by SAP Next Gen. This month we will focus on R&D (Research & Development), Prototyping and Manufacturing.
Where: SAP Leonardo Center, 48th Fl (10 Hudson Yards, NY, NY)
When: 6pm-9pm
Nearest Train: 7/ 34th Street–Hudson Yards 
RSVP: Walk in

Charlie Dark x Hurdle Live Podcast (7pm-9pm)

What: Hurdle is a podcast sharing weekly doses inspiration of from badass humans who got through tough times, leaning into wellness as an outlet. Join an intimate conversation between Hurdle host, Emily Abbate, and lululemon Global Run Ambassador Charlie Dark.
Where: the re:pair lab (125 Prince St, New York, NY)
When: 7pm-9pm
Nearest Train: R/W Prince Street
RSVP: Walk in

Illuminati Party October 30 (9pm-10:30pm)

What: Get to Gelso & Grand around 8 PM and head downstairs to the secret Illuminati lair. It’s dark and dimly lit with string lights. Major chic cellar vibes.  Hot 97’s DJ Mike Medium will be spinning the latest bangers. Order some pizza and drinks. At 9 PM, your hosts Alexis Guerreros and Mike Cannon will start off the show. They will bring out the hottest comedians in the city and some dropping in from out of town. This event repeats on Wednesday, 11/13 and Wednesday, 11/27.
Where: Gelso & Grand (186 Grand St, New York, NY)
When: 9pm-10:30pm
Nearest Train: N/Q/R/W/6 Canal St
RSVP: Walk-in

Thursday, 10/31/19

Trick or Treat at Dylan’s Candy Bar (12pm-11pm)

What: Win a piece of candy for each activity you complete throughout the store, and while you’re there, post a picture of yourself in costume on social media for a chance to win our Halloween Costume Contest!
Where: Dylan’s Candy Bar (1011 3rd Ave, New York, NY)
When: 12pm-11pm
Nearest Train: N/R/W/4/5/6 59th – Lexington
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Summer on the Hudson: Yoga Flow (6:30pm-7:30pm)

What:  Veteran Nina Semczuk helps you cultivate strength, flexibility, balance, and focus while enjoying yoga outdoors. Please bring a mat. This event repeats every week on Thursday between 5/23/2019 and 10/31/2019.
Where: Riverside Park South, Lawn at 74th Street (Riverside Blvd, New York)
When: 6:30pm-7:30pm
Nearest Train: 1/2/3 72nd St
RSVP: Walk-in

Halloween Gothic Night – A Latin Horror Party (8pm-1am)

What: Halloween Latin Party with a Gothic theme featuring separate salsa and bachata rooms. Costumes optional. Free Admission All Night.
Where: Gansevoort Market (353 W 14th St, New York, NY)
When: 8pm-1am
Nearest Train: A/C/E/L 14th St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Friday, 11/1/19

POP Pilates Halloween Party (6pm-7pm)

What:  Start Halloweekend off with a spooky POP Pilates class! POP Pilates is a dance on the mat, combining ab-chiseling Pilates, total body defining strength training, and the energy of dance to create a one-of-a-kind experience for people of all fitness levels and abilities. Costumes that you can move around in are encouraged — who knows, you may even win a treat! We’re expecting a FULL HOUSE, so please be advised that this event is first come, first served. Signing up online or emailing does not guarantee you a spot.
Where: Primary – Penn Station (251 W 30th St, New York, NY)
When: 6pm-7pm
Nearest Train: 1/2/3 34th St – Penn Station
RSVP: Required (link in title)

UCAN Presents: Marathon Stories with Angie, Carrie, Emily and Tina (6:30pm-8pm)

What: Join podcasters and marathoners Angie Spencer, Carrie Tollefson, Emily Abbate, and Tina Muir for Marathon Stories – a motivating, inspiring, and real look at the journey to the marathon.
* Angie Spencer, host of the Marathon Training Academy Podcast
*Carrie Tollefson, host of the CTolleRun podcast
*Emily Abbate, host of The Hurdle podcast
*Tina Muir, host of the Running for Real podcast
Where: New York Marriott Marquis, Manhattan Ballroom (1535 Broadway, New York, NY)
When: 6:30pm-8pm
Nearest Train: N/RW 49th Street
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Free Comedy Show (7:30pm-9pm)

What: Comedy Evening is a completely free comedy show in the heart of the West Village featuring comedians who have appeared on Comedy Central, TruTV, Late Night with Stephen Colbert, and more! The show takes place in the downstairs/basement lounge of the venue. Please note that you must be 21+ to attend as the venue is a bar. While there is no cover or item minimum for the show, it is recommended that you get a drink (soda, beer, wine, etc.) or food item to support the bar and help keep the show free.
Where: O.P.P.A. (162 West 4th Street, New York, NY)
When: 7:30pm-9pm
Nearest Train: B/D/F/M/A/C/E W 4th St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Saturday, 11/2/19

Shake out run, stretch session and panel hosted by Charlie Dark (10am-1pm)

What: Sweat / Grow / Connect – Shake out run, stretch and conversation with Vasha & Power Malu hosted by Charlie Dark. A rare chance to hear a candid conversation from pillars of the global run movement on social impact and the future of run.
Where: the re:pair lab (125 Prince St, New York, NY)
When: 10am-1pm
Nearest Train: R/W Prince Street
RSVP: Walk in

Fast & Fancy Holiday Hosting with Apartment Therapy and Glade® (11am-7pm)

What:  On November 2 & 3 from 11 am – 7 pm you are invited to our free Fast and Fancy Holiday Hosting event, in partnership with Glade®. All weekend, we’ll be sharing our favorite tips and tricks for easy holiday hosting. Emily Schuman (of Cupcakes and Cashmere — joining us Saturday, 11/2, from 11–3) and Taryn Williford (AT’s lifestyle director) will lead workshops on how to set a dreamy holiday mood and make easy, crafty DIY gift tags.
Where: Arlo Soho (231 Hudson St, New York, NY)
When: 11am-7pm
Nearest Train: 1/ Canal St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Photo Walk through Greenwood Cemetery with Max Boncina (12pm-4pm)

What: Your guide will be photographer and Sony Alpha Imaging Collective member Maximillian Boncina. Through a hands-on approach, he will reveal methods by which to create moody and indelible images. Tips, tricks and treats are in store as you shoot along with him!
* Meet at Sony Square NYC. After a brief intro we will depart to the venue in Brooklyn. Don’t forget your metro card
Where: Sony Square, Ground Floor (25 Madison Ave, New York, NY)
When: 12pm-4pm
Nearest Train: R/W 23rd St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Well Travelled Walking Tour: Soho (2:30pm-4pm)

What: Herschel Supply is excited to host a free walking tour made for explorers, design-lovers, visitors and locals alike. This event repeats every Saturday October 19, 2019 – December 28, 2019.
Tours to include:
-Free Herschel Supply Tote
-Gifts from Design Within Reach
Where: Herschel Supply: The Soho Pop-Up (462 Broadway New York, NY)
When: 2:30pm-4pm
Nearest Train: N/Q/R/W/6 Canal St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Sunday, 11/3/19

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. Class location: Inside Chelsea Market downstairs at “The Local”.
This event repeats every Sunday until 12/29.
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)

Fast & Fancy Holiday Hosting with Apartment Therapy and Glade® (11am-7pm)

What:  On November 2 & 3 from 11 am – 7 pm you are invited to our free Fast and Fancy Holiday Hosting event, in partnership with Glade®. All weekend, we’ll be sharing our favorite tips and tricks for easy holiday hosting. Emily Schuman (of Cupcakes and Cashmere — joining us Saturday, 11/2, from 11–3) and Taryn Williford (AT’s lifestyle director) will lead workshops on how to set a dreamy holiday mood and make easy, crafty DIY gift tags.
Where: Arlo Soho (231 Hudson St, New York, NY)
When: 11am-7pm
Nearest Train: 1/ Canal St
RSVP: Required (link in title)

Essential Oils 101 (4pm-5pm)

What: Come learn all about essential oils, wellness and toxic free living! What are essential oils? Natural remedies? What toxins live in our home? THERE WILL BE FREEBIES!!!
Where: Uni K Wax Studio (245 Park Ave, New York, NY)
When: 4pm-5pm
Nearest Train: 4/5/6/7/S 42nd St – Grand Central
RSVP: Required (link in title)

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