From Arts and Theater, Sports and Wine Tasting, there are so many Brooklyn events to choose from.
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Join the NY Kids Club for an unforgettable summer of Storyland Adventures! Campers will explore Dr. Seuss’s classic “Horton Hears a Who!”, jump into Roald Dahl’s timeless “James and the Giant Peach”, and experience Neverland with the mischievous Peter Pan, the Lost Boys and the beloved Wendy Darling. Many other all-time favorites will be explored, as children participate in art, gymnastics, creative movement, science, sports, cooking, karate, and yoga.
Registration is available on a week by week basis, 2, 3 or 5 days per week, 9:00-12:00 or 9:00-3:00.
Summer Camp is an independent participation program, and all children need to have participated in some drop off program prior to attending camp.
Space is very limited! Sign up today at our www.nykidsclub.com or call us at 718-228-0800.
Science at the NY Kids Club provides an active and hands-on approach to exploring various branches of science through experiments that will instill a sense of excitement in our young scientists as they explore the world around them.
Children can look forward to:
-Learning new concepts
-Developing new vocabulary
-Increasing their confidence in learning through the scientific method
Each class highlights a specific branch of science and will introduce significant scientists in these fields as the children work individually, with lab partners and as a team to apply the lessons they’ve learned to real world problems.
Register online at www.nykidsclub.com or call our location at 718-228-0800. Space is very limited.
Sign up before June 1st and receive 5 FREE open play passes with your registration!
Dedicated to the performance of America’s greatest popular standards, this 20-piece authentic swing band specializes in performing original arrangements of Big Band classics from the Great American Songbook, bringing to life both the style and the spirit of this music for 21st century audiences. Bring your dancing shoes!
Dance lessons are at 6:30, band starts at 7 pm.
In case of rain, this event will be held on the ballroom of Union Temple at 17 Eastern Parkway.
K – 8th GRADE SUMMER DANCE CAMP
Monday, July 6, 2015 – Friday, August 28, 2015
8:00am – 6:00pm
(Weekly Payments Due EVERY Monday)
(Lunch & Snacks included; Summer Dance Camp includes weekly trips)
Arts & Crafts, Games, Trips
DANCE CAMP COST
$150.00 per week
DANCE CAMP DESCRIPTION
K.S. J.A.M.M. Dance Troupe will have Dance Camp for students in Kindergarten through 8th grade during New York City Department of Education’s school breaks and summer month.
The Dance Camp is designed for students new to dance and students who’ve taken classes throughout the school year to promote physical and mental health as well as building a healthier immune system. Each session will provide students with an energetic, motivational and fun program that combines learning new choreography while working on flexibility, stretching and technique in Ballet, African & Hip Hop.
As an extension to the academic classroom, students will learn terms and techniques through lessons, demonstration and execution of choreography. Lessons are developed using the New York City Department of Education’s Blue Print curriculum, which provides a standards-based rigorous approach to teaching the arts. In addition, certified teachers will assist students with completing their school break assignment packets.
ABOUT K.S. J.A.M.M. DANCE TROUPE:
K.S. J.A.M.M. Dance Troupe was founded in 1988, at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum, by Kashani Stokley and his youth counselor Stan Morse. Mr. Morse encouraged him at the age of 12, to share his passion for dance with other youth in the community. Since then, we’ve produced 26 annual recitals, offered classes to over 600 students and have been exhibited in the Brooklyn Children’s Museum, Brooklyn Historical Society and the Society for Preservation of Weeksville and Bedford Stuyvesant’s traveling exhibit “The Crown Heights History Project” in 1994.
Our mission is to provide youth and young adults from economically disadvantaged backgrounds with a means of self-expression and self-development through exceptional dance, choreography and costuming. The Troupe’s name was established in 1994, by taking the first initial of each of the original members’ name:
K.ashani S.helly J.aphia A.frica M.alesha M.elanie
Our 10-month instructional cycle provides weekly Saturday classes in Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Tap, African and Hip Hop dance for students 3 years old through adult. By studying, creating & observing dance, students build
their technical and expressive skills. These skills help students understand the significance of dance in their own and other cultures. In August 2014, we opened a dance studio at 347 Nostrand Avenue in the Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn. We have 3-dance studios that offer children & adult classes, camps, workshops, and studio rentals for rehearsals, auditions, meetings, events and workshops.
The culmination of the year’s work is presented in an annual 2-hour recital with live musicians, professional lighting, sound, videographer and photographer. The audience consists of an average of 700 family members, friends, guests, city, state & local representatives and funders.
This (event, program, project) is sponsored, in part, by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC).
Monday, July 6 at 7PM–Join the Bay ridge Jewish Center Community, Fourth Avenue & 81 Street, Brooklyn,at as we learn how Jewish Law regarding women has evolved over time. Free Adult Education Class. .
A real adults-only spelling bee with a kinder and gentler three-strikes-you’re-out policy, and a fun, not-too-competitive environment. Winners receive nerdy
prizes and a spot in the annual Finals. Words start out easy, and all spelling bees (up to the season finals) are open to everyone.
With host & singer b-o-b-b-y-b-l-u-e & education author j-e-n d-z-i-u-r-a
Signup begins at 7 (limited to first 16 contestants)
B-E-E at 7.30 No cover.
Think you are a master of Board Games? Here is your chance to prove it in the ultimate smackdown of Board Game dominance.
Badass Board Game Battle will happen on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month at Henri on 5th in Park Slope, Brooklyn! Up to 20 teams (two players each) will compete in quick versions of Taboo, Scattegories and Pictionary. The top teams will then compete in a sudden death version of Jenga. Winning team takes all!
Prizes will include tickets to the following: membership to NYC Social (a $150 value!) tickets to Quiet Events, The Big Quiz Thing, The Amazing New York Scavenger Hunt, Shake Rattle and Roll and more!
Pick your team mate wisely! Games will start PROMPTLY at 7pm and go until about 9pm.
Chess NYC, St. John’s Lutheran Church & Town Square Bring You Greenpoint Chess Camp!
ST. JOHN’S LUTHERAN CHURCH | 155 MILTON STREET, NEAR MANHATTAN AVENUE, BROOKLYN NY 11222
Long servicing the Manhattan Community, here’s an idea whose time has come, Chess NYC Fun & Training Camps…In Brooklyn! All Levels. (Ages 4 and older!)
Chess NYC’s policy of “Chess Should be Fun” truly prevails for these cool days of camp! From Chess Leaders to Grand Master, this Camp is sure to captivate, motivate and generate chess players. Each child will receive as much chess time as they like while enjoying mind clearing fun, cooling and break opportunities.
Overflowing with supervision, special attention to those with greater commitment levels to Chess, as well as those who need an extra boost are a few of the advantages of this (Chess) Fun! That and great play send Campers home well rounded, effective Chess Players. While 3 hours of Chess activities are threaded through each full 8 hour day for every Camper, led by Chess NYC’s Championship Coaching Staff (Nationals Champions) that’s just the beginning of these great Fun & Training Camps! Outdoor fun, water play and other activities thrill (coax where necessary) and prepare attendees for the next upcoming Chess activities.
While Chess is always available (and of course encouraged) and our extreme young, chess enthusiasts play and learn even more (some of our kids are very, very advanced) the alternative, FUN activities, Pizza and Ice Cream etc. ensures they’ll ALL keep coming back! From absolute beginners to advanced players, Chess NYC’s philosophy is to engage each child on their individual level and appetite to play. This approach successfully minimizes resistance and maximizes progress and…as a result…everyone associates Chess with Fun! At the end of a great day they’ve had @ least 3 hours of Chess!…a week 15 hours…A month 60 hours! Our talented, excited and eager team is ready to share the love of the game every moment possible and they love doing so!
Special Introductory Offer | Purchase Deal Below
(10 Full Days) of Chess NYC Fun & Training Camps at the New Greenpoint Location only $490
Once a Deal has been purchased, you will receive vouchers within 48 hrs.
These vouchers will be used to reserve your desired camp days
Vouchers Good Through September 9th, 2015
These offerings cannot be used in conjunction with any additional discounts or offers.
Chess NYC 3:00 – 6:00 Camp:
This Summer Chess NYC will pick up Participants of GWYSL/United Soccer summer soccer camp in Greenpoint/Williamsburg…Escort them to an Ice Cream “pit stop” and on to our Chess Center @ 155 Milton Street to Coach em in a whole new sport…Chess, Chess NYC style! A cooling down afternoon of Chess Coaching and Social Play is sure to deliver fun, paced, measurable progress w/no overloads, for each and every level of play. Beginners to Advanced. (3:00 – 6:00) Non Attendees of Soccer Camp are Welcome Too…Drop off is 155 Milton St. Register Here
Full Day Session – 8:45 – 5:15
Morning Session (AM) – 9:00 – 1:00
Afternoon Session (PM) – 1:00 – 4:45
After Soccer Camp Camp – 3:00 – 6:00
Extended Camp Day – 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Summer Camp Dates:
Week 1: 6/29-7/3
Week 2: 7/6-7/10
Week 3: 7/13-7/17
Week 5: 7/20-7/24
Week 6: 7/27- 7/31
Week 7: 8/3-8/7
Week 8: 8/10-8/14
Week 9: 8/17-8/21
Week 10: 8/24-8/28
Week 11: 8/31-9/4
Summer Camp Rates:
Single Day Offer – $79
Half Day Offer – $59
Full Week Offer – $295
After Soccer Camp Week – $129
Learn how to slice and dice safely and efficiently – just like a pro. You’ll leave the class knowing the basic building blocks of a chef’s knife kit, the proper way to hold a knife, how to keep your knife sharp and how to cut a variety of common vegetables. End the class with a snack made from the vegetables you chopped!
A basic chef’s knife, pairing knife and peeler are required. Bring your own, or buy a kit from us to take home.
Chez Bushwick’s 2Night Show July will feature the original work of three movement-based artists whose final performances are the product of collaboration with contemporary live sound.
With: Alex Rodabaugh, Andy Kuncl, Miriam Atkin, Jonathan Wood Vincent, Anna Ekros, Sarah Lifson, Lucas Crane, Sidney Russell.
NOT ALL THERE
Come and see The Living Gallery’s Monthly Featured Artist: Peter Striffolino!
He will be showing his recent ink on paper work and projecting looping animations.
One night only!
to submit to be our monthly featured solo artist please email us at email@example.com
~NOT ALL THERE~
Come and see The Living Gallery’s Monthly Featured Artist: Peter Striffolino!
He will be showing his recent ink on paper work and projecting looping animations.
One night only!
to submit to be our monthly featured solo artist please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Polyphony Marimba Polyphony Marimba was founded in 2010 with the mission to get a large acoustic ensemble of ten players together who wanted to make a life out of the roots music of southern Africa, while contributing their own creative expression to that tradition. Peter Swing, the founder, had been teaching the marimba music of Zimbabwe for 25 years and led four previous projects doing the same thing, only part time. Polyphony would take this on the road, into the recording studio, and into the lives of as many people as possible. Swing learned that the music grows in power and higher artistic energy, the more the players put their lives into the music, and the larger the audience is that appreciates the music.
New York is among the Most Facial Hair Friendly Cities. To celebrate, Wahl will be at Times Square on the 7th Ave. curb lane facing the sidewalk @ 42nd St. with a 30-foot mobile barbershop. Master barbers will offer FREE facial hair trims while seeking out the guy with the best scruff to sponsor as Wahl Man of New York. That guy will go on to compete for the ultimate title of Wahl Man of the Year. The tour also supports a good cause. For every facial hair trim performed, Wahl will donate $1 to ZERO – The End of Prostate Cancer.
Dubbed the ‘mane’ event, the Wahl Man of the Year contest gives facial hair enthusiasts the chance to go mano a mano in a facial hair face-off. Wahl will select one guy from each tour stop location and one guy from online entries. These lucky few will be crowned champion of their city and go on to compete for the ultimate in facial hair glory, Wahl Man of the Year title.
The 10 finalists will each win $500 and a Lithium Ion + Stainless Steel Trimmer. Online voting will help determine who wins the Grand Prize, which includes the coveted title of Wahl Man of the Year, $1,500 and being featured in a national advertisement.
Men can enter by visiting Wahl’s Mobile Barbershop at Times Square, or by uploading a picture using #OfficialSponsorOfFacialHair to Twitter or Instagram. More information can be found at OfficialSponsorOfFacialHair.com.
Wahl barbershop hours:
Friday, July 10, 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Cultura Profética, Les Nubians, Kafu Baton, Los Gaiteros de San Jacinto, Danay Suarez and Que Bajo?! are but a few of the artists that will delight audiences with their afrolatino sounds during the third edition of Afrolatino Festival. This year the Festival has expanded to a multi-location, three-day event with 20+ artists representing Afrolatinidad in 10+ countries. As official supporters of the International Decade for People of African Descent, the Festival brings a host of cultural activities, from documentaries to dance classes to art exhibits, that AFFIRM, EDUCATE and CELEBRATE Afrolatino cultures. The Festival will take place from July 10 to July 12th.
On July 11th, J-COLLABO, the Brooklyn based center for Japanese Art and culture will proudly present a day long Summer festival of Japanese food, arts, culture and education to entertain, delight and inspire with the beauty of Japanese culture. With a full schedule including Japanese food vendors, workshops, lectures, comedy and a beautiful photography exhibition, The J-COLLABO Summer Festival promises to be a unique and memorable experience for visitors of all ages.
Do you think you can handle an entire day of the best New York’s comedy music scene has to offer? Well, Pat Wise and Alise Morales, hosts of the long time indie comedy staple Cool Show (not lame) think you can! With performances from over 40 bands, and day long passes at only $5 this festival cannot be beat. There will be beer! There will be laughs! There will be dancers! There will be hula-hoopers! There will be freaked out acid heads just trying to feel young again (not officially affiliated with the festival, but likely to turn up nonetheless).
The Cool Show (not lame) Comedy Music Festival is the first of its kind in Brooklyn and will feature performers from MTV, CollegeHumor, Funny Or Die, The Upright Citizens Brigade, Late Night With Seth Meyers, SNL and more! With headlining performances from CHASE AND ROSE (MTV) performing songs from their album CALIFORNIA POP MUSIC (now on iTunes), Ben Warheit (Late Night With Seth Meyers), Jo Firestone (Punderdome 3000) Josh Sharp (UCB, IFC), Girls With Brown Hair (UCB), Squirm & Germ, Jeff Kornberg, Jessica Delfino (PIT), a special dance performance from Nationals: An Adult Amateur Dance Competition Comedy Show and over 40 more of NYC’S best musical comedians.
So get out your flower crown and light up some sage because this is one event festival-goers of New York can’t afford to miss!
Join Adam Traum and David Bennett Cohen for a night of Americana roots and blues at the Jalopy. Adam Traum is the son of Greenwich Village folk pioneer and music educator Happy Traum. the younger Traum who is based in Northern California continues the family tradition while putting his own stamp on the music he grew up with as a songwriter and purveyor of roots music.
David Bennett Cohen is a New York-based pianist and guitar player who was a founding member of the Blues Project and Country Joe and the Fish. Traum and Cohen played a successful show in Berkeley, California in late 2014 and the two will be joining forces again for an evening of music in Brooklyn.
Traum grew up in Woodstock, N.Y, and this is his debut performance in New York City. He brings his country blues-inflected music with a singer-songwriter sensibility which is highlighted by Cohen’s soulful blues chops. Traum will also be doing a workshop on blues guitar with a flat pick earlier in the day.
Opening the show will be Tal Naccarato, a skilled country blues player.
About Little Laffs
Little Laffs, “Big Fun for Little Ones” is a fun and entertaining variety show for kids ages 3-9, that mixes juggling, balloon art, music, comedy, and more. Located at the Fabulous Jalopy Theatre in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. Join us for an afternoon full of Little Laffs!
Join us as Cezar Del Valle, author of the Brooklyn Theatre Index Volume III, hosts the cHURCH OF MONIKA and discusses his new book about the history of theatre in Coney Island.
Cezar will discuss the concert saloons, vaudeville houses and film shows that preceded the Coney Island we know today. He will discuss not only the architecture, of which very few buildings are still extant, but the entertainment culture in Coney Island going back to the late 1800s. From the Coney Island Sideshow to entertainers like Harpo Marx, who made their debut in Coney Island, Cezar will explore forgotten and hidden aspects of Brooklyn’s history. He will also discuss how the history of the neighborhood can still be seen in surprising ways. For example, in events like the Coney Island Flicks on the Beach, one can see hints of the event’s predecessor: an open air theater that showed films at on the beach in the early 1900s.
Cezar Del Valle is an artist and freelance writer who has been involved in theatre for almost forty years. Since 1996, he has conducted a series of popular theatre talks and walks. He has written numerous articles on theatre history. The first two volumes of the index were chosen at Outstanding Book of the Year in 2010 by the Theatre Historical Society of America. Cezar’s artwork has been exhibited at galleries, museums, and art centers throughout the United States and is part of the permanent collections of the Tampa Museum and the Kinsey Institute among others.
Celebrate Bastille Day with Trash(ed in) the Dress & Lip Service! Join us at noon for a garden party of beauty, brunch, and booze before we take Cobble Hill’s famous Smith Street Bastille Day festival by storm.
Come dressed in a gown that needs to be worn again! Grab your wedding dress, prom dress, or that expensive dress you bought for your friend’s wedding and get Trash(ed in) the Dress with us.
$20 ticket will include a French-themed light brunch, unlimited cocktails, a mini-makeup lesson and application, professional photos, and more!
Party will move to to the 14th Annual Petanque Event by 3 pm.
Come enjoy a chill day at Fort Greene Park where you can unwind, meet new people, share your creative work, and most importantly have fun. There will be lawn yoga and brief meditation as well(optional). This FREE event is open to EVERYONE!! So bring a friend or two or ten!! Lol.
Things You’ll Need
– Food/Bottle of your choice
– Examples of your work (poetry, artwork, instrument, etc.)
– Board Games
– Yoga Mat (if interested in yoga)
Can’t wait to see you guys!!
The Shakespeare Playground
Brooklyn’s ‘hottest’ summer presents HAMLET theater camp for kids* for ages 8-13
July 13 – 17
9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
“To be or not to be…” Kids explore Shakespeare’s great ghost story (and the inspiration for Disney’s The Lion King) in a supportive ensemble setting. Using theater games, improvisation, costumes, props, and stage fighting techniques, students rehearse scenes from this tale of betrayal, revenge, and conscience for a final performance for friends and family. No previous experience necessary. $325. Limited space. Some scholarships available.
*The Shakespeare Playground, directed and developed by professional actor/director/educator Renée Bucciarelli–now assisted by swordswoman Miranda Knutson–was dubbed the ‘hottest’ kids’ summer theatre program by The New York Post in 2000.
Fun for all ages 4 through adult! Enjoy music, crafts, exciting bible stories, games and much more. Join us the week of July 13 from 6:30PM – 9:00PM.
Join the Bay Ridge Jewish Center as we get ready to get into shape! Tuesday, July 14 11:30PM Zumba for Seniors, 7Pm on Tuesday, Zumba for everyone, Wednesday, July 15 Barre for everybody at 7PM. $15/class or buy a package and get one class free! Call 718-836-3103 or email@example.com
Brooklyn Art Library is home to The Sketchbook Project, a crowd-sourced library of over 33,000 artists’ books from over 135 countries.
The aim of Brooklyn Art Library Sessions is to highlight some of the creative talent from this vast collection and give artists the opportunity to speak about their work.
Please join us for an evening of artist’s presentations in which speakers will show their contributions to the collection and give short talks on their sketchbook and creative process.
Join us on Tuesday for an Open Discussion w/ A Panel focusing on Economic Democracy in a Gentrifying City; Thinking Towards a Cooperative Future.
Tuesday pm: INFO PANEL (combo of films and speakers TBA) plus hangout (food/drink). 6-10pm
TWO DAY EVENT: Brooklyn Laundry Social Club (BLSC) invites you to a two day event to open up discussion of worker cooperatives and economic democracy cooperatives at the Living Gallery (1094 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11221) on Tuesday, July 14 and Wednesday July 15th.
“Robinson and his hand-picked crew of New York comedians put on a show that felt, honestly, like a group experience with friends. […]this group could get big in Brooklyn”
– Beer Affair
“An energetic and entertaining show. A sure thing […] that literally puts you in danger of spitting your beer out from laughing so hard.”
– Manhattan with a Twist
“BeerProv should deservingly be added to your bucket list.”
– Comedy Uncovered
“The laughs are great and the company is even better.”
– Pancakes and Whiskey
Started in 2010 in Toronto, BeerProv quickly developed a reputation as being one of the funniest live comedy shows in Canada. A rotating cast of comedians improvise hilarious scenes based on audience suggestions. Performers are systematically eliminated by audience vote during the show until only one player remains. The winner is crowned BeerProv Champion, and is given the opportunity to drink a well-deserved beer from the BeerProv Mug of Champions.
Are you in New York City and do you like live jazz?
Please come to the first Brooklyn jazz fundraiser for the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) and Kids With Food Allergies (KFA).
Join us during the regular Konceptions Music Series! The event is free, a tip jar will be passed and all money collected will go to AAFA / KFA.
The music starts at 9 pm, after remarks from AAFA CEO Cary Sennett.
If you are not in New York, watch a live stream at http://www.livamp.com/
And, you can donate online at
Konceptions Music Series at Korzo Restaurant is a Tuesday-night jazz series created by pianist / composer James Carney.
His wife, Heidi Bayer, is chairwoman of the board of AAFA, the nation’s oldest and largest asthma and allergy nonprofit organization. KFA is a division of AAFA.
The night will feature:
James Carney Quartet
James Carney, piano and compositions
Ralph Alessi, trumpet
Dezron Douglas, bass
Mark Ferber, drums
We hope to see you July 14!
Korzo is located at:
667 5th Avenue (between 19th & 20th Streets)
Brooklyn, NY 11215
The Second Annual Prospect Heights Music & Arts Festival is a five-day multi-venue neighborhood experience highlighting Brooklyn musicians, artists and culture organized by The Way Station. This year we increased the number of participating music venues and invited local businesses and art initiatives to host special Brooklyn focused events and exhibitions. Featuring over 75 Brooklyn based bands and musicians The PHMAF will also address how we can sustain an affordable, desirable, culturally diverse and creatively active neighborhood in a panel discussion featuring Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams. Warm up for the Festival by downloading our free PHMAF Mix Tape. Attend the Festival to support our neighborhood and the musicians, artists and culture that thrive here.
This event is generously sponsored by Sixpoint Brewery: Founded in 2004; born at the dawn of civilization. Red Hook, Brooklyn.
A festival catalog will be available at participating venues.
more info: waystationbk.com
The Way Station- waystationbk.com
Branded Saloon- brandedsaloon.com
Soda Bar- facebook.com/pages/Soda-Bar/111725295530380
The Saint Catherine- thesaintcatherine.com/
Tooker Alley- tookeralley.com
Exhibitions & Events:
Brooklyn Brainery- brooklynbrainery.com Brooklyn Metal Works- bkmetalworks.com Brooklyn Museum- brooklynmuseum.org
Free Arts Brooklyn
Haiti Cultural Exchange- haiticulturalx.org
Come join us every other Wednesday for a fun, themed, free and exciting night of Trivia at Henri on Fifth!
Iconic views of the New York Harbor and Manhattan skyline to serve as back-drop for women’s qualifier; Men’s open qualifier and Friday-Sunday main draw of AVP Kingston New York City Open set for Hudson River Park’s Pier 26/25
WHAT: The women’s open qualifying tournament for the inaugural AVP Kingston New York City Open will be held at Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 6 beginning at 1 p.m. ET on Thursday, July 16. The women’s open qualifier will kick off a citywide celebration of beach volleyball, complete with panoramic views of Lower Manhattan, the New York Harbor, Governors Island, the Statue of Liberty, and the Brooklyn Bridge.
Brooklyn Bridge Park will transform into a world-class beach volleyball venue for the qualifier with three courts alongside classic views of the Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan skyline. An 85-acre sustainable waterfront park, Brooklyn Bridge Park stretches 1.3 miles along the East River shoreline.
The AVP Kingston New York City Open is the second tournament on the AVP’s 2015 schedule – the only stop in the Northeast – and brings the AVP Tour to Manhattan for the first time in the tour’s 33-year history. As previously announced, Thursday’s men’s open qualifier, as well as men’s and women’s main-draw play Friday-Sunday, will be held at Hudson River Park’s Pier 26/25 on Manhattan’s lower west side.
General admission to all four days of the AVP Kingston New York City Open is free, and VIP tickets for Friday-Sunday main-draw play are available at www.AVP.com.
WHEN: Thursday, July 16 at 1 p.m. ET
WHERE: Pier 6
Brooklyn Bridge Park
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Come by our Williamsburg location to sample one of our delectable food products paired with an alcoholic beverage chosen by the product creators! This week’s food is Liddabit Sweets’s scrumptious caramels!