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Ballet Winter and Indoor Playground: How to Spend a Weekend in New York (January 27-29)

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What: slime museum

When: Friday-Sunday, January 27-29

Where: Sloomoo Institute, 475 Broadway, New York, NY 10013

More: Part visual splendor, part olfactory marvel and sticky sensory bliss, the Sloomoo Institute Slime Museum reopened on September 24 after a renovation. He started his work in 2019. The museum was supposed to be available only for 6 months, but due to its popularity, its doors were opened for two years. Except that for a short time the museum was closed for some reconstruction. Now he is again waiting for his guests, but in a completely new form.

You can play with 25 different types of slimes, see a waterfall with these toys, shoot slime with a slingshot and even create your own slime in a special laboratory.

Cost: From $ 48


What: Jungle Adventure Indoor Playground

Photo: IStock

When: Friday-Sunday, January 27-29

Where: Jungle Adventure NYC, 149-13 14th Ave, Whitestone, NY 11357

More: Come in and you will be greeted by a rainbow wonderland! The playground is designed for children from 0 to 12 years old. There is also a separate playground for younger children, where they can play safely away from older children.

In addition, there are places for ball games and block building, as well as a trampoline, slides and a three-level jungle simulator. The organizers offer private game sessions for groups of friends and open games for all children.

Jungle Adventure NYC also offers training. There are regular language classes for toddlers and preschoolers.

Cost: $ 10-20


What: Exhibition dedicated to Solomiya Krushelnytska

When: Friday-Sunday, January 27-29

Where: Ukrainian Institute of America 2 East 79th Street New York, NY 10075

More: As part of the partial celebration of the 150th anniversary of the birth of Ukrainian singer Solomiya Krushelnytska, the World Federation of Ukrainian Women's Organizations (WFUWO), the Permanent Mission of Ukraine to the United Nations and the Ukrainian Institute of America announced an open competition for artists.

Now curators Andrew Gorodisky and Rimma Mylenkova have brought together the works of 20 artists working in a wide range: painting, sculpture, photography, collage and more. The exhibition is held at the Ukrainian Institute of America.

Cost: $ 0-10


What: Bar with arcade games Gamehaus

When: Friday-Sunday, January 27-29

Where: Gamehaus, 5-14 51st Ave, Queens, NY 11101

More: Gamehaus is a multifunctional space with a dozen widescreen TVs, classic arcade video games and plenty of beer.

Among them are Atari Pong, Ms. Pacman, Jurassic Park, Pop-a-Shot and Skee Ball, and the chef created a bar menu inspired by vintage games. For example, while playing Pac Man, you can enjoy the Super Mushroom burger. Wash it all down with one of over 20 draft beers, mostly sourced from local microbreweries - Sixpoint, Keg & Lantern and Fifth Hammer Brewing to name a few.

It would be remiss not to mention the 3,5m high LED wall that serves as the centerpiece and will showcase the most important games of the day. Visitors will be able to watch other matches on a dozen other TVs.

Cost: From $ 0


What: ballet winter

Photo: IStock

When: Friday-Sunday, January 27-29

Where: David H. Koch Theater (at Lincoln Center) W 63rd St at Columbus Ave New York 10023

More: From January 17 to February 26, a real winter ballet festival takes place in New York. The audience is shown the solo debut of Kirati Jinakunviphat, dance compositions set to music by Tchaikovsky, as well as the original Copland Dance Episodes by Justin Peck.

View Schedule - By link.

Cost: From $ 38


What: Concert by Mikhail Bulychev-Oxer

When: Saturday, January 28, from 15:00

Where: Kings Bay Library 3650 Nostrand Ave. (near Ave. W) Brooklyn, NY 11229

More: Mikhail Bulychev-Okser is a world famous American pianist, composer and producer. Winner of the "Who's Who in Music" award. Bulychev-Oxer has performed at the most prestigious stages in the world: Carnegie Hall, Merkin Hall, Kennedy Center, La Salle Pleyel (France), Wigmore Hall (London), Rachmaninoff Hall (Russia), Suur Saal (Estonia), Centermex Theater (Mexico). Mikhail is a guest performer at numerous music festivals, competitions and concert series in England, France, Germany, Mexico, Israel, Estonia, Georgia, Ukraine, Austria, Finland, South Korea, China, Serbia, Singapore and the USA.

Cost: Free options


In addition, look for interesting events for every day of the week in our calendar... Come in, find out, share with your friends. Before visiting, check the organizer's websites for details and locations of events, as they may change.

Keep us informed about what is happening in your city. Send information about events for the Russian-speaking diaspora by mail

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