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The Spring Guide

2018

APRIL SHOWERS DON’T LET A RAINY SPRING DAY GO UNFULFILLED. HERE ARE THE MOST UNIQUE WAYS TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF A RAINY NEW YORK CIT Y MINUTE.

Practice your golf swing at

Avoid the gutters at

Catch an indie film at the

Chelsea Piers

Melody Lanes

Angelika Film Center

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59 Chelsea Piers, Chelsea

461 37th Street, Greenwood

18 West Houston Street, SoHo

The Golf Club at Chelsea Piers presents a multitiered driving range that is both heated and weather protected. Enjoy the unique opportunity to drive, chip or putt along the scenic Hudson River pier, no matter how stormy the seas!

At this Brooklyn bowling alley, every night is family night from 5:00 to 7:00pm. Complete with shoe rentals and snacks, there is much fun to be had at this neighborhood stape

Running since 1989 on the bustling intersection of Houston and Mercer, the Angelika Film Center has since grown to national acclaim with outposts in California, Texas, Virginia and DC. The flagship presents international and independent films and documentaries that you’re unlikely to find at your typical neighborhood movie theater.

Rock climb at The Cliffs

Learn to knit at Textile

Visit the Stephen A.

Climbing & Fitness

Arts Center

Schwarzman Building

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Near 72nd Street & Fifth Avenue, south

26 West 8th Street, Greenwich Village

476 Fifth Avenue, Midtown

The Textile Arts Center is a craft class hub for adults and children. With offerings including basket-making, block printing, embroidery, fiber jewelry, leather, macrame and more, the space is the perfect way to pick up a new craft or hone your existing skills!

The main branch of the New York Public Library is host to history, architecture and of course, literature! Whether you bring a laptop and catch up on work in the Rose Main Reading Room or bring the family to the Children’s Center, there is something for everyone in between the Lions.

of Conservatory Water This rock-climbing gym invites rookie and seasoned climbers alike to hone their climbing skills. Offering classes ranging from toprope and bouldering to sport lead and outdoor climbing, the space is equipped with plenty of opportunity for a fun workout!

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Town Spring Guide 2018  
Town Spring Guide 2018  
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