Events coming up near Hunts Point

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The NY Adventure Club Happy Hour @ The Explorers Club

Thursday, April 25 at 6:30pm — The Explorers Club Upper East Side — 46 East 70th Street, New York, NY 10021

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RSVP required for entry Join New York Adventure Club for our exclusive monthly Happy Hour inside the Members Lounge at The Explorers Club, a historic private social club founded in 1904 and dedicated to the scientific exploration of land, sea, air, and space. Beers, wines, and exploration-themed cocktails are available for purchase with a credit card. While the club does not serve food, guests are encouraged to bring their own! Additional happy hour details will be provided in the confirmation email upon RSVPing. See you there! Business casual dress attire is preferred **Club bar accepts only credit cards — bar tab must be created at front desk **This happy hour is limited to just the first floor Disclaimer By attending a New York Adventure Club experience, you accept our terms of service. Categories: Social, Historic Sites

2019 LIC YMCA Bunny Run And Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday, April 27 at 11:00am — Long Island City YMCA Long Island City — 32 23 Queens Boulevard, Queens, NY 11101

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DUE TO SEVERE RAIN ON 4-20-19, THE EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO 4-27-19. All proceeds from the event will go towards the YMCA’s Annual Campaign to provide scholarships to those who are unable to access the YMCA’s life-enhancing programming due to the inability to pay. Your contribution is also tax-deductible. Thank you for your support! We are inviting all families from Western Queens and beyond to join us for this new Easter weekend tradition of promoting health and community. The Long Island City YMCA and our official running club - The LIC Runners invite you to our 2019 Long Island City YMCA Bunny Fun Run and Easter Egg Hunt! All proceeds will go directly to the YMCA's Annual Campaign— which assists in providing community programming for youth, teens, and families in the neighborhoods of Western Queens.

More Than A Tasting! Wine, Cheese, Chocolate & Hot Topics

Friday, April 26 at 5:00pm — Space 248 Central Harlem — 248 Lenox Avenue 122nd & 123rd Streets, New York, NY 10026

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Tired of the same old wine tastings? Welcome to "More Than a Tasting" here's what you can look forward to at my events: Five wine flights 4 ozs each (2 Reds, 2 Whites, 1 Dessert Wine) Wine Pairings Chocolate, Cheese, and dessert pairings Wine Education (learn the C's of wine) Keepsake MTAT Stemless wine glass w/sangria recipe Hot Topic (new topics each month) Merchandise (for sale) All this for $39.00 per ticket!

Paint & Sip

Saturday, April 27 at 1:00pm — 220 W 143rd St Striver's Row / St. Nicholas — 220 West 143rd Street, New York, NY 10030

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cheers! Onyx Pearls NY Northeast Invite You To PAINT & SIP

The Secret Eats & Rich History Of Flushing, Queens Chinatown

Saturday, April 27 at 1:00pm — New World Mall (Exact Meeting Location Shared in Confirmation Email) Flushing — 136 20 Roosevelt Avenue, Queens, NY 11354

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Did you know that the abolitionist movement and earliest demand for religious freedom in America began in Flushing, Queens? Or that the neighborhood contains NYC’s largest Chinatown? Join New York Adventure Club as we explore, and eat our way through, the neighborhood of Flushing, Queens — what started as a small Dutch settlement in the 1600s has now grown into New York's fourth largest business district that supports New York's largest Chinatown, which has become one of the world's top culinary destinations. Led by prominent neighborhood expert and licensed NYC guide Linda Fisher, our culinary experience will include: A custom-made NY Adventure Club route to showcase the best of Flushing, Queens, from historic sites that shaped our country’s cultural foundation to the neighborhood's best eateries The story of Flushing throughout New York’s history, and why it now hosts the city's largest Chinatown A visit to historic sites around the neighborhood, including the homes where religious freedom and the abolitionist movements began, 200-year-old churches, and a former armory A bite at five off-the-beaten-path Chinatown eateries, from soup dumplings to duck buns to rice rolls Come hungry! *Your ticket includes tastings at every eatery on the tour **Please bring water and a pair of comfortable shoes Disclaimer By attending a New York Adventure Club experience, you accept our terms of service. Categories: Tours, Active, Hidden Spots, Food, Historic Sites

Elan Speeks

Monday, April 22 at 6:00pm — Cocina Taller Inwood — 416 West 203rd Street, New York, NY 10034

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Our 5th annual fundraiser LIGHTING THE NIGHT BLUE Monday 22th 6pm to 10pm COCINA TALLER DINNER OPEN BAR — Raise funds and awareness for the JBFCS Child Development Center

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