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Sewer History Webinar and Jack's Lantern Show: How to Spend a Weekend in New York (October 2-4)

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What: Book Festival in Brooklyn

When: Friday-Sunday, October 2-4

Where: Online

More: This annual literary festival brings together writers and literature lovers from all over the world for conversations, presentations, shopping and even yoga. This year's event will feature writers such as Lee Child, Salman Rushdie, Mia Koutu, Ngou wa Tiongo, Joyce Carol Oates, Adrian Tomin, Emily St. John Mandel, Claudia Rankin, Marie Lou, Coulson Whitehead and others.

Cost: From $ 0

What: Gathering Pumpkins and Apples at Barton Orchards

When: Friday-Sunday, October 2-4

Where: Barton Orchards, 63 Apple Tree Ln, Poughquag, NY 12570

More: At the entrance to this nearly 50 hectare farm, guests are greeted by a 220-year-old white oak tree. The farm offers 25 different varieties of apples and pumpkins of different sizes, as well as a pet zoo for children, a corn maze, a haunted house.

This weekend guests will be delighted with country music concerts.

Cost: $ 0-16

What: Exhibition "History of Photography"

When: Friday-Sunday, October 2-4

Where: The Met Fifth Avenue 1000 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10028

More: When the Metropolitan Museum of Art first opened its doors in 1870, photography was a relatively new phenomenon. However, over the past three decades, it has already evolved into a complex pictorial language of documentation, social and scientific research, self-expression and artistic creation.

The early years of photography are the focus of this exhibition, which features new as well as recent gifts to the museum, many of which were offered to commemorate The Met's 150th anniversary and are presented here for the first time. Works include candid portraits and scenic landscapes, groundbreaking travel photography and photo essays reflecting the diverse interests and innovations of early practitioners.

Cost: $ 0-25

What: corn maze

Photo: Shutterstock

When: Friday-Sunday, October 2-4

Where: Queens County Farm Museum, 73-50 Little Neck Parkway, Floral, NY 11004

More: The corn maze with an area of ​​1,2 hectares invites everyone to try their hand at orientation in space. Allow yourself to have some fun as you wander through its intricate moves.

The event is suitable for all ages.

Cost: $ 8-12

What: Free car cinema

When: Friday-Sunday, October 2-4

Where: Resorts World Casino New York City, 110-00 Rockaway Blvd, Queens, NY 11420

More: This car cinema shows films every weekend. However, guests should stay in their vehicles and position them 6 feet (1,8 meters) apart. It will be appropriate to take along goodies for a snack while watching.

Show schedule:

  • October 2 - The Lion King
  • October 3 - "Jumanji"
  • October 4 - "Mrs. Doubtfire"

Cost: Free options

What: Jack Lantern Show

When: Friday-Sunday, October 2-4

Where: Van Cortlandt Manor, 525 S Riverside Ave, Croton-On-Hudson, NY 10520

More: This is a breathtaking display of over 7000 Jack Lanterns - all hand-designed and carved by a team of artisans.

This is a unique sight, combined with synchronized lighting and original music.

More than 1000 volunteers helped cut and light pumpkins.

Cost: $ 0-24

What: Lecture on Russian drama

When: Friday, October 2, from 15:00

Where: Online

More: The new Russian drama took shape at the turn of the current millennium, a time of rapid social change in Russia and the former Soviet republics. Originating from small theater festivals, provincial theaters and refurbished basements, it has evolved into a massive art movement that wows audiences with supernatural depictions of sex and violence, bold use of profanity, and exciting experiments with genre and form.

The movement's commitment to exploring contemporary reality has helped revive Russian theater. He provoked a confrontation in society with traditionalists, which again made theater the most politicized art form in Russia. The politically and aesthetically uncompromising plays in New Russian Drama: An Anthology, recently published by Columbia University Press, chart new paths for performance and inspire us to reflect on the status and mission of theater in the XNUMXst century.

Cost: Free options

What: Webinar "Sewerage History"

When: Friday, October 2, from 19:00

Where: Online

More: Ever wonder what happens after you flush the toilet? At the push of a lever, everything inside the porcelain bowl embarks on a frantic journey through miles of pipes and many tunnels until it reaches its final destination.

Join the New York Adventure Club as you unravel the intricate systems of pipes and water tunnels that form the sewers that most of us mindlessly clog.

Cost: $ 10

What: International Children's Film Festival in New York

Photo: Shutterstock

When: Saturday, October 3, from 13:00

Where: Online

More: It is an annual international event that attracts thousands of children's film lovers. During the festival, viewers will see dozens of full-length films, bright author's short films and the first works of novice animators.

This year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the festival will be held in online mode.

Cost: From $ 0

What: SIP Fair. SHOP. EAT!

When: Sunday, October 4, from 12:00

Where: Hook Studio, 76 Verona Street Brooklyn, NY 11231

More: The fair will offer visitors handmade jewelry, clothing, home decor, vintage and collectible products by artists and designers in New York.

Cost: From $ 13

Dear readers! Please note that due to the epidemic of coronavirus infection, some activities may be canceled or rescheduled for other dates. Therefore, before visiting, we recommend checking the information on the sites of the organizers.

But we have collected many interesting events for you online:

  • offer to go to one of 11 virtual tours of New York.
  • if you have long wanted to visit the best museums and theaters, now now, without leaving your home, do it - just go at this link.
  • Get Free Access to US University Online Courses here.
  • about how to usefully spend quarantine days at home, read in this publication.
  • here - 50 free courses on a variety of topics
  • by going to this link, visit the most famous castles in Europe
  • dozens of free resources for fun boring self-isolation we have collected here.

In addition, look for interesting events for every day of the week in our calendar. Come in, find out, share with friends. Before the visit, specify the details and venue of the events on the sites of the organizers, as they may change.

Keep us updated on what's happening in your city. Send information about events for the Russian-speaking diaspora to e-mail

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