Out & About

| 13 Jun 2016 | 03:33

    Thu 16

    Hudson River Dance FestivalPier 63 in Hudson River Park, 205 12th Ave.

    6:30-9 p.m. Free.

    This free event features a diverse program of modern dance by Stephen Petronio Company, Lar Lubovitch Dance Company, and Urban Bush Women.

    212-757-0981. www.hudsonriverpark.org/

    Community Board 1 1 Centre St., Room 2202A-North

    6 p.m.

    Quality of Life Committee

    212-669-7970. www.nyc.gov/html/mancb1/

    Fri 17

    Gilda Radner’s Birthday Bingo BashDCTV, 87 Lafayette St., $20


    A bingo event in the memory of comedian Gilda Radner. The event will feature a Radner look-a-like contest and a trailer for the upcoming documentary film, “LOVE Gilda.” Those who dress as one of Radner’s iconic characters admitted free.

    New York City Gay Men’s Chorus: ‘It’s Complicated’Skirball Center for the Performing Arts, 566 LaGuardia Place

    8 p.m. $45-$65; $55-$38 for NYU faculty/staff/alumni; $15 for NYU students.

    A year on from achieving marriage equality, “It’s Complicated” celebrates love in the 21st century, in all of its magical, messy, mad, and magnificent splendor.


    Sat 18

    Kayak ClassManhattan Community Boathouse, Pier 96, at West 55th St.

    6:30 p.m. Free

    Learn techniques for maneuvering your kayak. Also held on July 16 and August 20.


    From Freight to FlowersThe High Line, Gansevoort Street entrance

    10-11:15 a.m. Free

    Hear the story behind New York City’s park in the sky from knowledgeable High Line docents.


    Sun 19

    Nature Walk391 West Street, Hudson River Park, Christopher Street Fountain:

    9 a.m. Free

    A walk through Hudson River Park is being offered on Sunday, June 19th. Encouraged to attend are all those who are interested in the park’s wildlife.

    ‘Monsoon’The Rubin Museum of Art, 150 West 17th St.

    4-6 p.m. $15.00; members, $13.50

    Sturla Gunnarsson’s cinematic journey into a terrain where nature, science, belief and wonder converge, “Monsoon” captures the timelessness and rich human drama of our engagement with the natural world.

    212-620-5000. rubinmuseum.org/events/events

    Mon 20

    Brooklyn Bridge Photo Safari

    1 Centre St.

    10 a.m. $85

    This walking photo tour of the Brooklyn Bridge encourages those who love photography to embrace their passion. Those who participate in the tour will not only take photos of the bridge itself, but also of the skyline and surrounding areas. All photography skill levels welcome. Maximum four participants per party.

    Garden Party6 p.m., Hudson River Park, Pier 84, $99:

    Pier 84’s Garden Party will feature samples from multiple of New York City’s fabulous restaurants as well as an open bar. All proceeds from the Garden Party will support The Center.

    Tue 21

    Gay History Walking TourStonewall Inn. 53 Christopher St.

    6 p.m. $20-$35

    This tour explores the history of the LGBT community in the heart of where the movement first started. The tour starts and ends at the Stonewall Inn, the historical sight of the 1969 Stonewall riots. Featured topics on the tour include not only the sights, but also the people who lived through this historic time.

    Musical Production of ‘Hamlet’Paradise Factory, 64 East 4th St.

    9 p.m. $18

    NIX, a contemporary, feminist, musical production of Hamlet, premiers at Paradise Factory. The show will be performed by a cast of seven actors, most of whom are woman, and benefits Women Make Movies, a feminist non-profit organization in the arts and media.

    Wed 22

    Summer Party on the High lineThe Diller-von Furstenberg Sundeck & the Chelsea Market Passage

    7–10 p.m. $175

    Friends of The High Line and luxury designer Coach are coming together to throw a summer soirée with all proceeds going toward the park’s maintenance and operations. 212-206-9922 www.thehighline.org

    Marking LGBT History in the Village and BeyondTheresa Lang Community and Student Center, Arnhold Hall, 55 West 13th St.

    6:30-8 p.m. Free, registration required

    As part of Gay Pride Month the Greenwich Village Society of Historic Preservation will present a panel discussion with REPOhistory Collective members Todd Ayoung, Jim Costanzo, Betti-Sue Hertz, Kara Lynch, and David Sansone, with Tom Klem as the moderator.