This parade is where your kids can see all that they love including balloons, floats, balloonicals, clowns, parade officials, novelty balloons, performance groups, and marching bands. As you know this parade is definitely, where the crowd gathers, but this parade is something, every New York kid should do at least once. The parade kicks off at 77th and Central Park West, heads down CPW to Columbus Circle, before making a left and heading along Central Park South to 6th Avenue, and continues south until 34th Street, where it makes a right and heads to Macy’s at Herald Square. Kids of all ages can take part in this parade. No admission all are welcome.
David Zwirner is here to present two major concurrent exhibitions of recent work by Yayoi Kusama on display covering three gallery spaces in New York. The exhibitions will highlight sixty-six paintings from her iconic My Eternal Soul series, new large-scale flower sculptures, a polka-dotted environment, and two Infinity Mirror Rooms in the Chelsea locations, and the elite ones among new Infinity Nets paintings uptown. Kusama’s work has surpassed some of the most imperative art movements of the second half of the twentieth century, including Pop art and Minimalism. Kusama’s work covers paintings, performances, room-size presentations, sculptural installations, literary works, films, fashion, design, and interventions. Kids of all ages are welcome and the admission is free.
Yayoi Kusama: Festival of Life is an exhibit scheduled to take place at the David Zwirner Chelsea, 525 & 533 West 19th Street, New York and at David Zwirner Upper East Side, 34 East 69th Street, New York until December 22nd, 2017 at 10:00 am.
On Thanksgiving morning step in as a volunteer and provide what you can for the needy. This place will turn into a platform to gather dry goods, box warm food, and walk the streets of their community to giveaway care packages to homeless individuals and families around the city on Thanksgiving Day. This volunteer-run organization also gathers pot-luck dishes, along with toiletries and blankets. All this work will be completed by 1:00 pm so you can enjoy some yummy holiday dinner and spend a great time with your family. Kids of all ages can take part, this event is open and free for all.
Teach your kids to help the needy at the 18th Annual Gobble Gobble Give 2017 at The Church of the Intercession, 550 W. 155th Street, New York 10032 on Thursday, November 23rd, 2017 at various times.