The Marketplace at St Anthony’sSt Anthony Church, 154 Sullivan St.
Sidewalk marketplace every Firday, Saturday and Sunday on the sidewalk of West Houston Street between Thompson Street and Macdougal Street in SoHo.
Neighborhood Movie Nights at St. Paul’sSt. Paul’s Chapel, Broadway and Fulton Street.
7-9pm, Free and open to the public.
Once a month, St. Paul’s Chapel hosts free Friday night movies.
A SUNSET STROLL ALONG THE HIGH LINE, With poetic accompaniment The High Line, at 26th Street
Celebrate National Poetry Month with a sunset stroll and encounter a series of poetry readings and performances. Closing party hosted by Mark Doty will include music and a cash bar.
Tribeca Talks: After the Movie — Chef’s Table — Tribeca Film FestivalSVA Theatre, 333 West 23rd St.
Join series creator David Gelb, director Clay Jeter, and chef Dan Barber for an advance screening of “Chef’s Table” followed by a conversation about the anticipated Netflix series.
NY Children’s Theater Festival: The Sock who Lost his MateThe Players Theatre, 115 MacDougal Street
2 p.m., $19.50
Insecure Sock, Left, undertakes a thrilling quest to rescue his mate, Right, and liberate all the socks who have gone missing on laundry day.
9/11 Memorial 5K Run/Walk Family DayPier 26
West and North Moore Streets
Join the annual 5k run/walk to raise awareness of the museum and encourage others to volunteer in honor of September 11. Food and activities available for all.
Duct Tape CraftsSeward Park Library, 192 E. Broadway
4 p.m., Free
Make some fun crafts out of duct tape. Free programs, materials provided.
Silent Movie Night Hosted by Matthew BroderickJohn L. Tishman Auditorium, University Center
65 Fifth Ave. and 13th Street
7 p.m., Free
Enjoy original scores from well known silent movies performed by the New School of Music.
Community Board 1 Monthly MeetingSouthbridge Towers -Community Room
90 Beekman St. and Pearl Street
6 p.m., Free
Learn about the updates in your neighborhood and voice your opinions and concerns at the Community Board 1 Monthly meeting. Open to the Public.
(212) 442-5050, www.nyc.gov/html/mancb1/html/community/community.shtml
Community Board 3 Monthly MeetingThe Scholastic Building
166 Essex St., between East Houston and Stanton Street
Learn about the updates in your neighborhood and voice your opinions and concerns at the Community Board 3 Monthly meeting. Open to the Public.
The Race Underground: Boston, New York, and the Incredible Rivalry That Built America’s First SubwayCUNY, Skylight Room at the Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Ave., at 34th Street
Doug Most chronicles the race to build America’s first subway, a great tale of two rival cities, their rich, powerful, and sometimes corrupt interests, and an invention that changed the lives of millions.
April Book Swap MonthTorly Kids, 51 Hudson St
10 a.m.-6:30 p.m.
Swap your old books with others in this month long book swap.
Patricia Noworol Dance at New York Live Arts 4/30-5/1New York Live Arts, 219 West 19th St.
7:30pm-9:30 pm, $20-30.
Award-winning Polish-German choreographer Patricia Noworol leads her dance theater troupe in a three-day run at New York Live Arts’ Theater with the world premiere of Replacement Place.
A Musical Journey through Jewish Space with Elad KabilioYeshiva University Museum
15 W. 16th Street (Near Union Square)
6pm, $25 general; $15 for members, seniors, students
Israeli born cellist Elad Kabilio will perform music that will take guests through a dazzling journey that’s seen in the exhibit Modeling the Synagogue.