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How to spend a weekend in New York (March 1-3)

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What: Athena Film Festival

When: Friday-Sunday, March 1-3

Where: Barnard College, Altschul Hall, 3009 Broadway New York 10027

More: This is an annual event dedicated to strong women who make or play movies. The festival will include screenings of films, meetings with their creators and discussions.

Cost: From $ 25.

What: Harkness Dance Festival

When: Friday-Saturday, March 1-2

Where: 92nd Street Y; 1395 Lexington Ave .; Manhattan, NY 10128

More: This dance festival has been held in New York for 25 years. Guests of the festival are waiting for the performances of modern ballet, as well as classical dance compositions. A special guest of the event will be the New York Ballet Theater, which will perform concertina, rondo and septet in honor of Jeremy Robbins 100 anniversary.

Events will be held on Fridays and Saturdays from 1 to 30 in March, the schedule - to link.

Cost: From $ 25.

What: Orchid show

When: Friday-Sunday, March 1-3

Where: New York Botanical Garden 2900 Southern Blvd., Bronx, NY 10458 Bronx

More: Every year, the New York Botanical Garden invites visitors to the orchid show. The exhibition will not only admire the beauty of thousands of blooming orchids, but also learn a lot of new and interesting things about this plant - about the peculiarities of its life, about how 19th century researchers hunted for rare orchid flowers, often risking their lives, as well as how the rich collection of orchids of the Botanical Garden was formed.

Cost: $ 0-28.

What: Free entry to the Brooklyn Museum

When: Saturday, March 2 with 11: 00

Where: Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Pkwy Brooklyn 11238

More: The first Saturday of each month, the Brooklyn Museum organizes a free party with music, master classes, discussions and, of course, tours of the halls.

Among the exhibits of the museum are ancient Egyptian objects, works of French impressionists, various sculptures of the XIX-XX centuries. The museum also features an Egyptian collection, which is rightfully included in the list of the best. In addition, there are halls where visitors can see the reproduced atmosphere of residential premises of various historical eras.

Cost: Free.

What: Chocolate show

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When: Sunday, 3 March with 10: 00

Where: Cradle of Aviation Museum, Charles Lindbergh Boulevard Garden City, NY 11530

More: March 3 in the Cradle of Aviation Museum will host an exhibition of chocolate. Chocolate Expo is one of the largest "chocolate" events in the USA. At the exhibition, you can try and buy sweets, bakery products, specialty products, ice cream, various varieties of cheese, wine and other products from more than 35 local, regional and international manufacturers. Also, guests of the Chocolate Expo will have unique exhibitions, performances, lectures, demonstrations and the appearance of celebrities.

Cost: From $ 10.

What: Grand Bazaar Fair

When: Sunday, 3 March with 10: 00

Where: Grand Bazaar NYC, 100 West 77th Street New York

More: New York artists, designers and other craftsmen and collectors exhibit their products at this fair. This is a great place to buy unique works of art, books, handmade jewelry, unique home furniture and tasty treats.

Cost: Free.

What: Union Hall DJ Party

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When: Saturday, March 2 with 23: 30

Where: Union Hall, 702 Union St Brooklyn 11215

More: This dizzying fun party is a great way to end Saturday night. DJ Colleen Crumbcake and Basement Beats will play hip-hop, soul, and disco tunes for guests.

Cost: Free.

What: Lecture on Taras Shevchenko

When: Saturday, March 2 with 15: 00

Where: Ukrainian 2 E 79th St, New York, NY 10075

More: The scientific society named after Taras Shevchenko invites everyone to a lecture on the work of the great Ukrainian poet. And also about the creative connection of Shevchenko and another legendary Ukrainian writer Panteleimon Kulish and how this connection affected their works and later life.

Cost: Free.

What: Purim Celebration

When: Sunday, March 3 with 12: 30

Where: The Jewish Children's Museum, 792 Eastern Parkway Brooklyn, NY 11213

More: Join the celebration of Purim in the Jewish Children's Museum. Visitors will be able to take part in the entertainment, prepare a delicious khomentashen, sew a costume and hunt for treasure in order to find the missing king ring.

There will also be various festive treats.

Cost: $ 10-13.

What: Musical evenings at the Ukrainian Institute of America

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When: Saturday, March 2 with 19: 30

Where: Ukrainian Institute of America, 2 and 79th St, New York, NY 10075

More: At the concert you will hear the works of Beethoven performed by famous Ukrainian musicians.

Oleg Kryts is a famous Ukrainian-American violinist, as well as a music teacher. Nikolay Suk will play with him - Ukrainian pianist and Honored Artist of the Ukrainian SSR.

Cost: $ 0-25.

What: Exhibition about Mayakovsky at Columbia University

When: Friday, March 1 with 09: 30

Where: Harriman Institute Atrium, 12th Floor International Affairs Building (420 W 118th St)

More: The Harriman Institute invites everyone to the exhibition “Through the Brooklyn Bridge: Mayakovsky stood here,” supervised by the Vladimir Mayakovsky State Museum in Moscow. The exhibition is dedicated to the poet's journey to America in 1925 and includes poems and photographs, including portraits of friends, colleagues, and creative personalities, whom Mayakovsky met during his travels. In addition, it includes rare landscape sketches and drawings from the collection of the State Museum of Vladimir Mayakovsky.

Cost: Free.

In addition, interesting events for each day of the week can be found in our calendar. Come, learn, share with friends.

Before the visit, check the organizers website for details and location of the event, as they may vary.

Keep us informed about what is happening in your city. Send information about events for the Russian-speaking diaspora to the mail eventforumdaily@gmail.com.

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