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March 2020 Events in Lower Manhattan

Mar 12, 2020

We're so excited that Spring is finally around the corner. And as the weather begins to warm up, many New Yorkers can finally leave their apartments and enjoy the outdoors in March. Below, find six activities that get you out of your place and into the streets & parks of our great city. 

Pop-up Flamenco at Brookfield Place

Starting March 12th and running through April 3rd, Brookfield Place is hosting a variety of events for the 20th Anniversary of the NY Flamenco Festival. Head to the Winter Garden for flamenco classes, concerts, performances, and even an opening night flash mob--all free and open to the public. 

 

Flamenco dancers dancing with flowy, colorful skirts

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Wavefield, Variation O

Through the end of March, Seaport Square (next to Pier 17) will feature an installation of fun, light-up seesaws called Wavefield, Variation O. The project is meant to encourage play between the public and the urban space, so bring your kids or just your inner child. While you’re there, pop on over to the rooftop ice skating rink at Winterland before it closes mid-March!

 

Little kids on variation O, an art installation of glowing see saws

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Free Zumba Class

Battery Park City Authority offers a free Zumba class every Tuesday from 11:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Enjoy the energy of a group class while shaking and sweating to a mix of upbeat Latin music. Classes are held at 6 River Terrace.    

 

people participating in a Zumba class

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Revolutionary Tours NYC

Looking to expand your knowledge of downtown Manhattan? Revolutionary Tours offers public and private walking tours of NYC. The Washington and Hamilton tour will guide you through Wall Street, taking you through exciting moments in our nation’s history. Perfect for visiting relatives too!  

 

Statute of Alexander Hamilton in Central Park

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Green Market at The Oculus

Until the weather warms up, the GrowNYC GreenMarket can be found inside the Oculus at Westfield World Trade Center. Open from 7am to 7pm, the market boasts fresh produce, meat, eggs and pastries, all from local farmers. When the weather warms up, the market moves back out onto the plaza outside of the Oculus.  

 

Shot of the exterior of the Oculus in the Financial District of New York

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Events at City Vineyard

City Vineyard at Pier 26 is the perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine as the weather gets warmer. Their rooftop deck offers stunning views of the Hudson while you sip wines made right in NYC. They also host a wide variety of musical acts here and at their other venues throughout the city. A full lineup can be found here

   

Glass of chilled white wine

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