Tour of Historic Ship South Street Seaport, Pier 15 & 16
9 a.m.-4 p.m. Free.
Step aboard the Hermione, a replica of the 1779 French vessel that General Marquis de Lafayette sailed to the United States. First come, first serve.
Film & Video Screening: Normal LoveWhitney Museum, Floor 3, Susan & John Hess Family Theater at 99 Gansevoort St.
11 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Free with Museum Admission ($18 Seniors/Students; $22 Adults)
In four films and videos, love or intense desire is expressed in various ways such as through role-playing, impersonation or examples found in pop culture.
PUBLIC TOUR: From Freight to FlowersHigh Line, Gansevoort Street entrance
10-11:15 a.m. Free
Tours led by High Line docents offer an insider’s perspective on the park’s history, design and landscape.
Get Pop-Cultured: Magic Treehouse Dinosaurs Before Dark Barnes & Nobles at 97 Warren St.
10 a.m. Free.
Spend your Saturday morning learning about dinosaurs and participate in fun activities and giveaways.
Big City FishingAt Pier 25 at North Moore Street, and at Pier 46 at Charles Street
1-5 p.m. Free
Hudson River Park’s free program for those as young as five who are eager to learn both how to fish and about the Hudson River environment.
New School JazzMorgan Library, 225 Madison Avenue at 36th St.
1-3 p.m. Free with museum admission ($18 adults; $12 students)
Enjoy your weekend brunch while listening to jazz music, featuring a duo lead by violinist Zofia Warpeha.
Indicators and the Ecology of GovernanceNew York University, Lester Pollack Colloquium Room, 245 Sullivan St.
Monday and Tuesday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Free
Conference hosted by the Institute for International Law and Justice at New York University School of Law
Free Benefits Application AssistanceElliot Chelsea Center, 441 W 26 St.
10 a.m.-3 p.m.
LiveOn NY (formerly CSCS) Specialists will assist you with your application, Change Reports, Recertifications and scrie (Senior Citizen Rent Increase Exemption).
Heroes on Camera: International Center of Photography Introductory WorkshopChatham Square Library, 33 East Broadway
2-3:30 p.m. Free
Teens and young adults (13-18 years) will use cameras supplied by the NYPL to learn the basics of digital photography and capture their unique perspectives.
Long, Hot Summer? A Double Symposium on Race and Law EnforcementRoosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter, 695 Park Ave.
6 p.m. Free
A senior community organizer from the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, a deputy commissioner from the New York Police Department and an associate professor of Social Work discuss criminal justice, from stop and frisk encounters to harsh solitary confinement and from Ferguson to Baltimore.
Disability. Dance. Artistry.John Jay College of Criminal Justice, 860 11th Ave.
11 a.m.-6 p.m.Free. Registration is required.
Commemorating the 25th anniversary year of the Americans with Disabilities Act, this event is part of a three-year Dance/NYC initiative to increase inclusion and access to the art form.
The Imitation Game: Hudson RiverFlicks, Big Hit WednesdaysPier 63 in Hudson River Park, Pier 63 in Hudson River Park.
8:30 p.m. Free
Big Hit Wednesdays feature a lineup of crowd-pleasing films and free popcorn for all who attend. All films featured are rated PG-13 or R.
Waxahatchee and Speedy Ortiz: Hudson River Park’s Hudson River RocksPier 84 in Hudson River Park, West 44th St and Hudson River Greenway
Hudson River Rocks kicks off its 17th season of free outdoor summer concerts. This highly anticipated event features established and breaking artists.
Jazz In The Square Concert Series West side of Union Square Park, East 14th Street at University Place
Noon-1:30 p.m. Free
Bassist Almog Sharvit plays for a lunchtime audienceevents.newschool.edu/event/jazz_in_the_square_concert_series_featuring_bassist_almog_sharvit#.VZGDAEZGTXs