THE 33Muhlenberg Library, 209 West 23rd St.
When a gold and copper mine collapses, it traps 33 miners underground for 69 days. Based on a real-life event.
American Dance InstituteThe Kitchen, 512 West 19th St.
Over five weeks in this summer, ADI will premiere five new works at the The Kitchen
Music to Greet the SolsticeMerchant’s House Museum, 29 East Fourth St.
7 p.m. $25; $15 for members, seniors and students. Reservations required.
A musical interlude in the museum’s landmark Greek Revival double parlor. Music by Rossini, Brahms, Fauré, Duparc, Berlioz, Mendelssohn and others.
‘Elevator to the Gallows’The Rubin Museum of Art, 150 West 17th St.
9:30 p.m. $10; members, free
Louis Malle’s classic 1958 French crime film, “Ascenseur pour l’echafaud,” starring Jeanne Moreau, with a soundtrack by Miles Davis. Introduced by documentary filmmaker Alison Klayman.
Art Gallery Tour Meet at 526 West 26th St., between 10th and 11th Avenues
1 p.m. $25
Visit seven modern art galleries in the world’s center for contemporary art — we find and explain this month’s most fascinating exhibits in painting, sculpture, electronic media & photography.
From Freight to FlowersGansevoort Street entrance, on the High Line at Gansevoort Street
10-11:15 a.m. Free
Hear the story behind New York City’s park in the sky from knowledgeable High Line docents.
nyc 5K SchlepRobert F Wagner Jr. Park, 20 Battery Pl.
9-10:30 a.m. Adults, $36; children, cancer-free survivor, $18.
5K Run/Walk to raise awareness and funds to eradicate breast and ovarian cancer. Sponsored by the American Friends of Rabin Medical Center.
The Yiddish Walk of FameTour begins at the southwest corner of Second Avenue and 12th Street.
10:45 am. $25-$30. Tickets must be purchased in advance and will not be sold on site.
Elissa Sampson to explore the roots of American theater and popular culture through a tour of historic sites along Second Avenue. Stops will include the Yiddish Arts Theatre, Cafe Royale, the Yiddish Rialto Starwalk and the Community Synagogue. Length of the tour will be about half a mile.
Nat Towsen’s Downtown Variety HourUCBT East Village, 153 East 3rd St.
8 p.m. $5
Featuring Baratunde Thurston, Keith Lowell Jensen, Downtown History: NYC Shut It Down, NYC Trivia with Jamela Zarha Williams and ... free beer!
International Literature Book ClubMcNally-Jackson Books, 52 Prince St.
7 p.m., the International Fiction Book Club, led by Sarah McNally, will discuss “Wide Sargasso Sea” by Jean Rhys.
Tai Chi WorkshopChelsea Rec Center, 430 West 25th St.
10 a.m. Free
WASHINGTON SQUARE MUSIC FESTIVAL
Washington Square Park, main stage south of Fifth Avenue, Rainspace: NYU’s Frederick Loewe Theatre, 35 West 4th St.
Brahms, Vivaldi, & Nielsen, the opening free orchestral concert of the Washington Square Music Festival’s 58th season, features two concertos: Brahms Double Concerto in A minor and Vivaldi’s Concerto for two trumpets. The Festival is under the auspices of the Washington Square Association, Inc. Seating is on a first-come, first served basis. Festival info line: 212-252-3621 www.washingtonsquaremusicfestival.org
Community Board 4Cameo Studios – 307 W 43rd Street, Studio B
Clinton\Hell’s Kitchen Land Use Committee
A Taste of SummerBestheda Terrace in Central Park, at 72nd Street
7 p.m.-11 p.m. $400 and up
Taste of Summer brings together more than 800 guests each June under the stars in Central Park for a distinctive kickoff to summer in New York City.