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THE FALL GUIDE 2017


Following summer vacation, fall is the best time to settle back into the routine of navigating New York City’s buzzing avenues and streets, a feat which never feels routine at all! With the temperature cooling down, autumn is when the city that never sleeps truly awakens. As the new cultural scene begins on Broadway and beyond, so do the NBA and NFL seasons, and of course, the magical holiday season. Enjoy seasonal activities that will take you from Union Square to the Hudson Valley, and be sure to stake out spots on the sidelines of the New York Marathon and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. TOWN has curated this guide to reflect the city’s best events and destinations, including tasty brunch spots, worthy charity events and cultural opera performances. Enjoy everything New York has to offer this fall, and please let us know if you have any questions about the New York City real estate market or how we can assist you. In this guide, we have included short links to easily reference the details about each event. For up-to-the-minute events and news, be sure to check out our social channels.

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FALL 2017

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FAIRS & FESTIVALS

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MUSIC, OPERA, BALLET & THEATER

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PARK ACTIVITIES & DOG FUN

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FILM FESTIVALS

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NEW YORK CITY MARATHON

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PHILANTHROPY

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BRUNCH

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HALLOWEEN

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IDYLLIC GETAWAYS

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HOLIDAYS

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WINE FESTIVALS & APPLE

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EVENTS AT A GLANCE

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ARTS &Â CULTURE

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FAIRS &

FESTIVALS 1

OKTOBERFEST NYC townre.nyc/oktober17 Through October 2nd Watermark, 78 South Street (Pier 15)

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THE NEW YORKER FESTIVAL townre.nyc/newyorker17 October 6th through 8th Various Locations

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HARVEST FEST AND PUMPKIN PATCH townre.nyc/harvestfest17 October 15th, 11:00am - 5:00pm Queens Botanical Garden, 43-50 Main Street, Flushing

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CIDER WEEK townre.nyc/cider17 October 20th through 29th Various Locations

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HALLOWEEN HARVEST FESTIVAL townre.nyc/ssphalloween October 28th, 11:00am - 3:00pm Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City

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POP-UP FAIRS townre.nyc/popup17 Through November 3rd Various Locations

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NEW YORK COMEDY FESTIVAL townre.nyc/nycf17 November 7th through 12th Various Locations

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PARK

TOURS OF GRACIE MANSION townre.nyc/gracie17 Tuesdays, 10:00am, 11:00am, 2:00pm, 3:00pm Gracie Mansion in Carl Schurz Park Since 1799, Gracie Mansion has served as the home of 10 mayors, beginning first with Mayor Fiorello H. La Guardia in 1942. And now, in celebration of its 75th Anniversary being a mayoral residence, Mayor de Blasio and First Lady Chirlane McCray have introduced a new art installation envisioning New York through the framework of Gracie Mansion as it has been inhabited over time.

ACTIVITIES

IT’S HAPPENING! CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF PUBLIC ART IN NYC PARKS townre.nyc/happening17 October 21st, 11:00am - 3:00pm East Pinetum, Central Park To mark 50 years of public art in NYC parks, on Saturday, October 21st, NYC Parks is transforming Central Park into a stage, museum and art studio for a complimentary day of public art to celebrate this milestone. All will be delighted by art exhibits, performances and hands-on art workshops in Central Park’s beautiful East Pinetum field.

COMMUNITY ROWING AT PIER 40 townre.nyc/rowing17 Through November 12th, Sundays: 12:00pm, Tuesdays: 5:30pm Pier 40, Houston Street and the Hudson River Greenway Join the Village Community Boathouse for Community Rowing in traditional Whitehall gigs, captained by experienced New York Harbor coxswains. The Community Rows are offered at no cost and include a basic introduction to rowing for first timers and of course, plenty of actual rowing on the Hudson River. The rows take place in five-person wooden rowboats that Village Community Boathouse builds on-site.

THE ANNUAL TOMPKINS SQUARE HALLOWEEN DOG PARADE townre.nyc/dogparade17 October 21st, 12:00pm - 3:00pm Tompkins Square Park Dogs and puppies alike let their alter-egos shine, flaunting some of the cutest costumes you’ll ever see at the annual Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade. Critics call it “the largest dog costume parade in the world” and “barkin’ mad.” This year’s contestants will compete for thousands of dollars in prizes!

DOG PARKS & RUNS townre.nyc/dogareas17 No matter the season, New York City’s parks offer opportunity to enjoy the outdoors with your favorite pets! As long as you (and your dogs) respect the space and obey the rules, the fun will be enjoyed daily for years to come.

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FUN with the PUP!


THE NEW YORK CITY MARATHON MILES 20–21: Mott Haven, Bronx

townre.nyc/nycmarathon Sunday, November 5th

This is the best spot if you are looking for a smaller crowd. You can catch runners as they exit the Willis Avenue Bridge.

A fall staple since the 1970’s, The TCS New York City Marathon returns to the five boroughs with 50,000 runners and millions of fans. Before the race be sure to download the TCS New York City Marathon Mobile App. You can track up to 20 runners, learn about race-week events, and view start, course and finish maps.

MILE 26: 67th Street on West Drive, Manhattan Spectators can cheer on finish line runners in two ways: Grandstand Seating: Tickets are required for grandstand seating. For more information on purchasing tickets visit www.tcsnycmarathon.org prior to race day.

WHERE TO WATCH & CHEER

Standing Spectator Area: Catch the final 500 feet of the race inside Central Park from Columbus Circle to the south end of the grandstands.

With 26.2 miles of race route spread out over five boroughs, you will want to make sure you have a great location to cheer from! If you are trying to catch a specific runner in more than one spot, it will behoove you to take advantage of the subway. Be sure to plan your trip ahead of time to accommodate for race day schedules.

FINISH: Central Park West, near 68th Street

Here are a few of the very best spots for taking in all the excitement:

MILES 2–4: Fourth Avenue, Brooklyn Catch runners toward the beginning of the race as they exit the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge and move along Fourth Avenue.

MILES 16–18: First Avenue, Manhattan Cheer on runners while grabbing brunch or a drink at one of First Avenue’s many bars and restaurants.

MILES 18–20: East Harlem Notoriously known for where many participants hit their “wall,” this is a great spot to help cheer on and motivate the runners.

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BRUNCH BRUNCH BRUNCH R E F U E L A F T E R T H E R AC E W I T H A D E L I C I O U S B R U N C H

CITY VINEYARD

CAFE MOGADOR WILLIAMSBURG

townre.nyc/cityvineyard Hudson River Park at Pier 26

townre.nyc/cafemogador 133 Wythe Avenue, Brooklyn

This wine garden and restaurant provides stunning views of the Hudson and the New York skyline rain or shine. Enjoy a classic brunch menu in their restaurant, wine garden or rooftop bar.

The classic East Village Moroccan cafe joins the bustling neighborhood of Williamsburg. Enjoy the garden area this fall as temperatures start to drop. The menu includes tagines, couscous and traditional Moroccan dishes.

DE MARIA

THE SPANIARD

townre.nyc/demaria 19 Kenmare Street

townre.nyc/thespaniard 190 West 4th Street

Camille Becerra is serving up all day breakfast at this delectable Nolita restaurant. Healthy choices like toast with avocado and lavender salt-cured salmon make this a must-try brunch spot. Get here while the weather is still warm enough to enjoy the patio.

Enjoy a full menu of savory dishes like prime rib hash, lobster toast and chilaquiles with fried eggs. The menu is complemented by an impressive cocktail selection including a green bloody mary and an Orange Whip that combines vodka, orange juice, milk and crushed ice.

OUT EAST

CAFE HENRI

townre.nyc/outeast 509 East 6th Street

townre.nyc/cafehenri 1010 50th Avenue, Long Island City

This seafood crammed menu will be sure to remind you of your summer vacation. Try the clam flatbread or stick to something more traditional like eggs benedict. Plus, get your cameras ready. Out East is an Instagram haven!

This cozy French bistro offers traditional french dishes with a twist. For a wide variety of crĂŞpes, breakfast foods and desserts, be sure to bring your appetite to Long Island City this season.

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IDYLLIC GETAWAYS

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TARRYTOWN HOUSE AND ESTATE townre.nyc/tarrytown17 49 East Sunnyside Lane, Tarrytown, NY 1 hour from NYC Just 25 miles from Midtown Manhattan, this Hudson River Valley hotel blends historical charm with modern conveniences to create spectacular lodging. Recently the area gained acclaim when Tarrytown was acknowledged by Forbes Magazine on their top 10 list of America’s Prettiest Towns.

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CASTLE HOTEL & SPA townre.nyc/castlehotel17 400 Benedict Avenue, Tarrytown, NY 1 hour from NYC

BEAR MOUNTAIN STATE PARK townre.nyc/bear Palisades Parkway, Bear Mountain, NY 1.5 hours from NYC Bear Mountain State Park is situated among rugged mountains rising up from the west bank of the Hudson River. The park features a series of hiking trails, shaded picnic groves lake and river fishing access, a swimming pool, the Trailside Museums and Zoo, biking and even cross-country ski trails.

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SPICER MANSION townre.nyc/spicermansion 15 Elm Street, Mystic, CT 2.5 hours from NYC Spicer Mansion has been a celebrated fixture in the historic Mystic community since 1853, beloved for its sweeping views of the town, river, harbor and hills. The luxury boutique inn pays homage to the Gilded Age of refined hospitality while offering contemporary touches and uncompromising service.

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townre.nyc/bluehill 630 Bedford Road, Pocantico Hills, NY 1 hour from NYC This acclaimed restaurant is a farm-to-table delight, sourcing its offerings from the surrounding fields and pasture, as well as other local farms. Guests can enjoy multi-course farmers’ feasts featuring the best artisanal offerings from the field and market.

Castle Hotel & Spa is located just 30 miles from Manhattan. This landmark Westchester hotel creates the perfect setting for an escape from the buzz of NYC without traveling too far. The Castle Hotel & Spa combines old world elegance with modern convenience for an experience bar none!

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BLUE HILL AT STONE BARNS

MAYFLOWER GRACE townre.nyc/mayflower 118 Woodbury Road, Washington, CT 2 hours from NYC A truly exquisite country retreat just two hours northeast of New York City and nestled on 58 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens and woodland, the Mayflower Grace is a one-of-a-kind boutique hotel in an unbeatable picturesque setting.

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KYKUIT: THE ROCKEFELLER ESTATE townre.nyc/kykuit 381 North Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, NY 1 hour from NYC Kykuit is one of the Hudson Valley’s most preeminent landmarks. For an opportunity to witness incredible architecture, remarkable gardens, art, history and spectacular scenery, a trip to Kykuit is well worth your time.

MOHONK HOUSE townre.nyc/mohonk 1000 Mountain Rest Road, New Paltz, NY 2 hours from NYC This award-winning resort near the Catskill Mountains is perfect for idyllic getaways—long or short, with or without the kids. This Victorian castle resort invites guests to be as active or relaxed as they desire.

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WINE DESTINATIONS

FALL APPLE PICKING

WARWICK VALLEY WINERY

APPLE DAVE’S ORCHARDS

townre.nyc/warwick Daily, 11:00am–6:00pm 114 Little York Road, Warwick, NY

townre.nyc/appledaves 82 Four Corners Road, Warwick, NY 1.5 hours from NYC

Just an hour and a half from New York City, enjoy Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery at the foothills of the Hudson Valley. Nestled in between the picturesque Mount Eve and Mount Adam, the winery includes live music, a tasting room and a café, plus apple picking! There is a $6 fee for wine tasting,

The upstate farm offers 10 varieties of apples, a lush pumpkin patch and a general store stocked with countless jams and jellies. Formerly Applewood Orchard, the renowned destination has been renamed to honor “the man who started it all” - Apple Dave!

which includes 6 wines and a winery glass. $7.50/half a peck bushel bag $30/half bushel bag

NYC WINE & FOOD FESTIVAL townre.nyc/winefood17 October 12th through 15th Various Locations

HARVEST MOON FARM & ORCHARD townre.nyc/harvestmoon 130 Hardscrabble Road, North Salem, NY 1.5 hours from NYC

The Food Network and the Cooking Channel have once again teamed up to raise money for the fight against hunger in New York City—in the tastiest way possible. This year’s festival will feature the world’s top chefs, winemakers, spirits producers and personalities, all looking to teach attendees’ palates a lesson or two with unmatched flair and style.

Located in North Salem, this orchard offers a variety of seasonal products and events! Stop by for a fun afternoon of apple picking, or sample some hard cider after a tour of the grounds. $30/half bushel bag

THE TASTING BARN AT CROTEAUX VINEYARDS

BARTON ORCHARD

townre.nyc/croteaux Friday through Monday, 12:00–6:00pm 1450 South Harbor Road, Southold, NY

townre.nyc/bartonorch 63 Apple Tree Lane, Poughquag, NY 2 hours from NYC

This fall, enjoy Croteaux Vineyards’ tasty wine amidst the prettiest dahlias and mums on Long Island. The upcoming holiday season is the perfect time to cozy up in the Tasting Barn with fresh holly and pine swags, as seasonal mulled wine wafts down the stairs!

Stop by Barton Orchard seven days a week this fall for apple picking, pumpkin picking and more! Plus, stop by the bakery for the tastiest of treats, whether you’re looking for apple dumplings, a holiday pie, local eggs or famous cider donuts. $16/peck bag $26/half bushel bag

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A R T S & C U LT U R E THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART

THE WHITNEY MUSEUM

MICHELANGELO: DIVINE

LAURA OWENS

DRAFTSMAN & DESIGNER

townre.nyc/lauraowens November 10th, 2017 through February 4th, 2018

townre.nyc/michelangelo17 November 13th, 2017 through February 12th, 2018

Los Angeles-based artist Laura Owens is featured in this unconventional exhibition of 60 paintings from the mid-1990s until today, as well as artist’s books made specifically for the show. Owens is known for her illusionary pieces that feature painterly abstraction by incorporating goofy personal allusions, doodling and common craft materials.

The MET presents works by the genius of Western art, Michelangelo, in this once in a lifetime exhibition. On display will be approximately 150 of his drawings, three of his marble sculptures, his earliest painting, his wood architectural model for a chapel vault and several other masterpieces created for the Vatican Palace.

EXPERIMENTS IN ELECTROSTATICS: PHOTOCOPY ART FROM THE WHITNEY’S COLLECTION, 1966–1986

DAVID HOCKNEY townre.nyc/dhockney17 November 27th, 2017 through February 25th, 2018

townre.nyc/electrostatics Opens November 17th

The MET is honoring British artist David Hockney for his 80th birthday. This exhibition, the only of its kind in a North American venue, will feature all of the artist’s iconic pieces across all media platforms including painting, drawing, photography and video. Hockney’s work often explores the nature of perception and the intellectual enjoyment derived from the act of looking.

This exhibition will explore the use of the photocopier as a creative tool, from its public emergence in the 1960’s to the dawn of the digital era in the 1980’s. These still lifes, portraits, abstractions and collages often came out much differently than their artists intended and are far from “copies.” Focusing on three artists and one collective, this exhibition will investigate how artists found creativity through a machine designed for replication.

MUSEUM OF MODERN ART ITEMS: IS FASHION MODERN? townre.nyc/itemsmoma October 1st, 2017 through January 28th, 2018 Exploring the past, present and sometimes future of clothing, this MoMA exhibition will feature iconic clothing items such as the little black dress, Levi’s jeans and the pearl necklace. The exploration of these items will highlight their history as well as the designers who created them, while posing the question: what kind of iconic pieces will we see in the future?

FROM THE COLLECTION: ARTISTS AT MID TO LATE CAREER townre.nyc/collectionmoma November 11th, 2017 through November 4th, 2018 This presentation will culminate on the fourth floor of the MoMA and feature the transitional and experimental middle works of several artists including Georgia O’Keeffe, Philip Guston, Gerhard Richter and many others. With work spanning from the 1960’s until today, this event will provide an alternate view of the history of art over the last half century.

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THE METROPOLITAN OPERA

NEW YORK CITY BALLET

LA BOHÈME

THE NUTCRACKER

townre.nyc/laboheme October 2nd, 2017 through March 10th, 2018

townre.nyc/nutcracker17 November 24th through December 31st

One of the world’s favorite operas returns to the Lincoln Center stage. Featuring a cast of opera favorites, Puccini’s La Bohème follows the near-destitute artist Marcello as he falls in love with his beautiful neighbor Mimì in 1830’s Paris. This Bohemian tale is familiar to many as the storyline that inspired the hit Broadway musical Rent in the 1990’s.

There is no better place to be with your family during the holiday season than at Lincoln Center. Join the New York City Ballet for this timeless classic, featuring original choreography by George Balanchine and music by composer Peter Ilyitch Tschaikovsky. All 90 dancers, 62 musicians, 32 stagehands and two casts of 50 young students from the School of American Ballet join forces to make each performance as magical as the holiday season.

CARNEGIE HALL

BROADWAY

CARNEGIE HALL’S OPENING NIGHT GALA: THE PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA

M. BUTTERFLY

townre.nyc/carnegiegala17 October 4th, 7:00pm

townre.nyc/mbutterfly Opens October 7th, Cort Theatre

Venture out to Carnegie Hall for its opening night performance, featuring the Philadelphia Orchestra. Enjoy three classic pieces: Gershwin’s Rhapsody In Blue and Bernstein’s On The Waterfront Symphonic Suite and the Symphonic Dances from West Side Story. Afterwards, join in on the opening night Gala at Cipriani on 42nd Street to round out a perfect New York evening.

Love. Espionage. Betrayal. Just a few of the themes of the highly anticipated revival of M. Butterfly, directed by Julie Taymor and starring Clive Owen. This play is loosely based on the relationship between French diplomat Bernard Boursicot and Shi Pei Pu, a male Peking opera singer and is inspired by Puccini’s classic opera, Madama Butterfly.

THE NEW YORK POPS: THE MOST WONDERFUL TIME OF THE YEAR

SPRINGSTEEN ON BROADWAY townre.nyc/springsteen17 Opens October 12th, Walter Kerr Theatre

townre.nyc/pops17 December 15th, 8:00pm

Join rock and roll legend Bruce Springsteen in a solo acoustic performance on Broadway. This intimate night will feature Bruce, equipped with his guitar, a piano and countless stories. The show will loosely follow the arc of his life and his work. Open for five weeks only!

This holiday favorite is sure to delight your family, friends and out of town guests! Join the New York Pops for the orchestra’s annual program of holiday classics and festive surprises, featuring the Essential Voices USA and guest vocalist Megan Hilty.

ONCE ON THIS ISLAND townre.nyc/onceonthisisland Opens November 9th, Circle in the Square Theatre Returning to Broadway this fall is the vibrant Once on this Island, a show about a young peasant girl who goes on a quest to find the man she loves on the other side of the island. Featuring Caribbean colors, rhythms and dance, this is a show you won’t want to miss!

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FILM FESTIVALS 1

NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL townre.nyc/nyff55 September 28th through October 15th Join movie stars, critics and fans alike at one of cinema’s most prestigious events, reigning in the city since 1963. Plan to attend a film scheduled for the “Main Slate,” or the world’s most exciting new feature film line-up, as well as Revivals, Documentaries, Talks and more. Kicking off the festival will be Last Flag Flying, a film by Richard Linklater starring Steve Carell, Bryan Cranston and Laurence Fishburne.

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IMAGINE SCIENCE FILM FESTIVAL townre.nyc/isf17 October 13th through 20th Now in its 10th year, Imagine Science Films has brought science to the forefront of film discussion by releasing new and experimental works. The week includes films about chimera experiments, exploration of the future of VR, and opportunities for discussion. The festival proves that when filmmakers and scientists collaborate, the benefits are tenfold.

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CHELSEA FILM FESTIVAL townre.nyc/cff17 October 19th through 22nd Celebrating its 5th anniversary, the Chelsea Film Festival strives to introduce emerging filmmakers, producers and actors to the cinematic scene, offering films ranging from documentaries and features. The non-profit organization largely focuses on the theme of global issues.

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PHILANTHROPY BE THE MATCH WALK + RUN

WRI’S COURAGE TO LEAD 35TH ANNIVERSARY DINNER

townre.nyc/bethematch September 30th, 8:30am Roosevelt Island Firefighter’s Field, 405 Main Street

townre.nyc/wricourage October 12th, 6:30 - 9:30 pm Cipriani’s, 25 Broadway

Help support those patients in need of a marrow transplant by walking or running in Be The Match, where every dollar raised helps fund life-saving research for blood cancer.

This biennial fundraising dinner honors leaders who have been ambitious and tireless in their dedication to protecting the planet and improving people’s lives. Funds raised will help the World Resources Institute continue to run with strength on five continents.

THE NEW YORK WOMEN’S FOUNDATION FALL GALA townre.nyc/nywfgala October 2nd, 6:30 - 9:30pm The Plaza, Fifth Avenue at Central Park South

STRENGTHENING NEIGHBORS INSPIRING CHANGE GALA

This much-anticipated event will honor four individuals who work to make our city a better place for both women and families. Reigning as the only public foundation in the United States dedicated solely to helping low-income women and girls in NYC, The New York Women’s Foundation will put on an evening to remember in The Plaza’s Grand Ballroom.

townre.nyc/queensgala October 25th, 6:00 - 9:00pm Blend on the Water, 4540 Center Boulevard, LIC Support Queens Community House in its mission of providing families with the tools necessary to enrich their lives and building healthy and inclusive communities. The organization annually offers 20,000 residents of the borough with support regardless of age or background.

MAYA’S HOPE LOTUS BALL townre.nyc/mayalotus October 27th, 8:00 - 11:30pm The Grand Ballroom, 583 Park Avenue The 6th Annual Maya’s Hope Gala will be a night to remember! The black tie event will benefit the organization’s mission to improve the quality of lives of orphaned, impoverished and special-needs children on a global scale, providing funding for caregivers and medical care for those who desperately need it.

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HOLIDAYS HALLOWEEN THE GREAT JACK O’LANTERN BLAZE

INTO THE VEIL

townre.nyc/gjob September 29th through November 25th Van Cortlandt Manor, Croton-on-Hudson

townre.nyc/intoveil October 13th and 14th, 8:00 - 11:30pm Green-Wood Cemetery, 500 25th Street, Brooklyn

Attend the most anticipated Halloween event of the tri-state area, where more than 7,000 intricately carved pumpkins will be on display. The electrifying landscape will take your breath away. In years past, a spinning carousel, snaking dragon and Statue of Liberty have graced the trail - all made entirely of pumpkins. Sunglasses are optional!

Explore Green-Wood Cemetery after dark for the night of a lifetime. A multitude of musical performances and storytelling activities will unfold throughout the historic cemetery, all against the backdrop of thousands of starlit trees. Earlier in the evening, a VIP experience will entail an even more dedicated tour and will include refreshments as well.

HORSEMAN’S HOLLOW

44TH ANNUAL VILLAGE

townre.nyc/hollow17 October 6th through 31st, Fridays through Sundays 381 North Broadway, Sleepy Hollow Tickets: $20, Saturdays: $25

HALLOWEEN PARADE townre.nyc/44hparade October 31st, 7:00pm Sixth Avenue at Canal Street

Philipsburg Manor transforms into a terrifying landscape ruled by the undead! Prepare to stumble upon creepy creatures along the haunted trail whose intention is to make you stay within their confines forever. Elaborate costumes and makeup by award-winning feature-film artists plus incredible special effects round out a truly scary and disorienting experience!

Costumes are mandatory to march in this celebrated Halloween event, now in its 44th year! Don your most creative get-up and join puppets, bands, dancers and artists in this wildly exciting parade. If you’re sans costume, you may enjoy the show from the route’s sidelines, or watch live on NY1 from 8:00 to 9:30pm.

BROOKLYN HORROR FILM FESTIVAL townre.nyc/bhff October 12th through 15th Various Locations The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival is a competitive international film festival showcasing some of the world’s spookiest films. The directors of the festival are committed to pushing the boundaries of horror film and challenging the genre’s preconceptions. Aside from the screenings, the event includes interviews with filmmakers, receptions, parties and more.

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THANKSGIVING

HOLIDAY MARKETS

MACY’S THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE

THE HOLIDAY SHOPS AT BRYANT PARK

townre.nyc/macysparade

townre.nyc/bpholiday Opens October 28th

Thursday, November 23rd, 9:00am Start: Central Park West and 77th Street

More than 125 outdoor boutiques will transform Bryant Park into a Winter Wonderland! Browse vendors brimming with gift-giving ideas for everyone on your list. The village’s artisan products include hand-crafted jewelry, decorative items, local foodstuffs and more! The Holiday Shops are child- and petfriendly, with something for everyone to enjoy, not to mention the ice skating rink at its center!

Route: The parade travels down Central Park West, turns to Central Park South at Columbus Circle, marches down Sixth Avenue and culminates on 34th Street between Broadway and Seventh Avenue in front of Macy’s. For those of you striving to get a glimpse of the parade in person, consider camping out along Central Park West from 59th to 75th Streets around 6:00am. Central Park itself is closed for invite-only grandstand seating. Whether you’re viewing in person or in the comfort of your own home on television, be sure not to miss the 2017 parade. This year’s balloon line-up will include characters such as Pikachu, Skylander Eruptor, Thomas the Tank Engine and Red Mighty Morphin Power Ranger, plus fan favorites per usual.

UNION SQUARE HOLIDAY MARKET townre.nyc/ushm17 November 16th through December 24th This internationally renowned Holiday Market occupies the center of the city at Union Square Park. Among the 100 vendors are exciting new sections such as Little Brooklyn and Urbanspace Provisions, a warming station, a craft studio, live music and more!

TREE LIGHTING ROCKEFELLER CENTER TREE LIGHTING townre.nyc/treelight17 November 29th, 7:00 - 9:00pm 30 Rockefeller Plaza Witness the 2017 Holiday Season’s dazzling kick-off at one of the city’s most treasured events. Following a special evening of live performances, the Rockefeller Center tree will light up, to the excitement of thousands lining the sidewalks, and millions more watching around the world on television. Plan to arrive by 5:00pm to secure a place if you’re watching in-person. The tree will remain lit until January 7th, 2018.

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EVENTS AT A GLANCE OCTOBER SUNDAY

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NY Yankees vs. Toronto Blue Jays

Katy Perry

NY Knicks vs. BK Nets

Bruno Mars

BK Nets vs. Miami Heat

Katy Perry

NY Islanders vs. Buffalo Sabres

@ MSG

@ Yankee Stadium

@ Barclays

@ MSG

@ MSG

@ Barclays

@ Barclays

Ed Sheeran @ Barclays

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BK Nets vs. NY Knicks

Columbus Day

Veterans Day

Katy Perry

Ricardo Arjona

Halsey

Premier Boxing Champions: Erislandy Lara vs. Terrell Gausha

@ Barclays

@ MSG

NY Islanders vs. St. Louis Blues

@ MSG

Guns N’ Roses

@ Barclays

@ Barclays

NY Knicks vs. Washington Wizards

@ MSG

@ Barclays

@ MSG

NY Knicks vs. HOU Rockets @ MSG

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Guns N’ Roses

Guns N’ Roses

@ MSG

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BK Nets vs. Orlando Magic

NY Islanders vs. San Jose Sharks

@ Barclays

@ Barclays

Billy Joel

NY Knics vs. DET Pistons

@ MSG

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BK Nets vs. Atlanta Hawks

Imagine Dragons

NY Islanders vs. AZ Coyotes

BK Nets vs. Cleveland Cavaliers

Powerhouse 2017

Tim Mcgraw & Faith Hill

Fall Out Boy

@ Barclays

@ Barclays

@ Barclays

@ Barclays

NY Knicks vs. BK Nets

@ MSG

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NY Islanders vs. Vegas Golden Knights

Halloween

@ Barclays

NY Knicks vs. DEN Nuggets

@ Barclays

Queens of the Stone Age

BK Nets vs. Denver Nuggets @ Barclays

@ Barclays

BK Nets vs. Phoenix Suns @ Barclays

@ MSG

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NY Knicks vs. HOU Rockets @ MSG

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NY Islanders vs. CO Avalanche

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@ Barclays

NY Knicks vs. Indiana Pacers @ MSG

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NY Knicks vs. Cleveland Cavaliers

BK Nets vs. Boston Celtics @ Barclays Dead & Company @ MSG

Janet Jackson

@ MSG

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Disney On Ice

Disney On Ice

@ Barclays

@ Barclays

NY Knicks vs. Sacramento Kings @ MSG

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BK Nets vs. Carolina Hurricanes @ Barclays NY Knicks vs. Utah Jazz 2K Classic Wounded @ MSG Warrior Project @ MSG

BK Nets vs. UT Jazz

@ Barclays

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Billy Joel @MSG

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Legends Classic @ Barclays NY Knicks vs. LA Clippers @ MSG

Legends Classic @ Barclays NY Knicks vs. Toronto Raptors @ MSG

NY Islanders vs. Phil Flyers

Thanksgiving Day

BK Nets vs. Portland Trail Blazers

@ Barclays

Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

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Jay-Z

Jay-Z

LA Clippers vs. BK Nets

NY Islanders vs. Vancouver Canucks

NY Knicks vs. Miami Heat

@ Barclays

@ MSG

@ Barclays

@ Barclays

@ Barclays

NY Knicks vs. Portland Trail Blazers

Columbus Circle Holiday Market

@ MSG

Mayday

@ Barclays

BK Nets vs. Golden State Warriors @ Barclays

@ MSG

@ MSG

12 Dead & Company

UFC 217

Impractical Jokers

Disney On Ice @ Barclays

4

NY Knicks vs. Phoenix Suns @MSG

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NY Islanders vs. Edmonton Oilers @ Barclays NY Knicks vs. Charlotte Hornets @ MSG

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@ Barclays

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MONDAY

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TUESDAY

4

WEDNESDAY

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THURSDAY

FRIDAY

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2

NY Islanders vs. Ottawa Senators @ Barclays

BK Net vs. AT Hawks @ Barclays

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9

NY Knicks vs. Orlando Magic

NY Knicks vs. Memphis Grizzlies

Chris Rock @ Barclays

@ MSG

@ MSG

Citi Hoops Classic: Monmouth vs. Kentucky @ MSG

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12

13

14

15

16

NY Knicks vs. Atlanta Hawks

NY Islanders vs. WA Capitals

Hannukah Begins

@ Barclays

BK Nets vs. NY Knicks @ Barclays Andrea Bocelli @ MSG

Odesza @ Barclays

@ MSG

NY Islanders vs. Dallas Stars @ Barclays Andrea Bocelli @ MSG

NY Islanders vs. LA Kings @ Barclays

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18

BK Nets vs. IN Pacers @ Barclays

24

BK Nets vs. WA Wizards @ Barclays

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23

NY Islanders vs. DET Red Wings @ Barclays

BK Nets vs. Sacramento Kings @ Barclays

NY Islanders vs. Anaheim Ducks @ Barclays NY Knicks vs. Boston Celtics @ MSG

BK Nets vs. WA Wizards @ Barclays

NY Islanders vs. Winnipeg Jets @ Barlcays

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30

25

26

27

Christmas Day

Kwanzaa Begins

NY Knicks vs. PHIL 76ers

WWE Live Holiday Tour

NY Islanders vs. Buffalo Sabres @ Barclays

@ MSG

@ MSG

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About TOWN With undisputed success, TOWN Residential has cemented its position as New York’s foremost luxury real estate services firm with an exhilarating foundation and seamless execution of best-inclass customer service by an unparalleled team of more than 500 Representatives and professionals. TOWN boasts a unique fully integrated platform and specializes in luxury residential sales; leasing; the marketing, sales and leasing of property developments; commercial and retail. Since launching in December 2010, TOWN has transacted more than $12.4 billion while remaining committed to redefining the way in which a real estate services company both operates and delivers. At all price-points, TOWN implements a hand-crafted approach to the marketing of sale and leasing properties with unequaled distribution online and in print; through press and events; and industry syndication. Our innovative platform extends beyond traditional print and digital exposure. We have cultivated strategic relationships and focus on events that provide our Representatives with personal access to thought leaders, trendsetters, and tastemakers.

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