MLK Weekend Guide ✊🎶🍻 | spoiled NYC

MLK Weekend Guide ✊🎶🍻

Congrats to making it through January (almost)! For more details, and how to boogie through this weekend read below. 

All Weekend long

Outsider Art Fair (Metropolitan Pavillion, 125 W. 18 St, January 17-20)


The Outsider Art Fair is the original art fair concentrating specifically on self-taught art and presenting works by acknowledged masters and such living artists.

This year the fair turns to New York to showcase 65 exhibitors, representing 37 cities from 7 countries, with 8 first-time galleries.

Winter Weekend Excursions

Sourced Adventures is offering trips to Hunter Mountain starting at $89, where you can either snowboard or ski, making the best weekend getaway this winter.

Bring a friend or go solo, either way, there are opportunities to meet new people and create great memories without breaking the bank.

Sourced Adventures provides transportation, helpful guides, and plenty of weekend options that are sure to fit your schedule. So if you’re seeking an escape from the city, look no further

NYC Restaurant Week 2019 (All of New York)

Restaurant week returns to the city. Enjoy a delicious two or three-course meal at the trendiest and tastiest restaurants in the city for a set price.

Friday, January 20

Make Pizza, Drink Wine


Since we had such great times in 2018 for our first seven (yes, 7!) nights of 'Make Pizza, Drink Wine', we're coming back for more, more, more in 2019.

Grab your squad & snag tickets for a Friday night filled with pizza-making and wine-drinking at Kesté Fulton on 1/18 (just announced!), 2/1, 2/8, 2/15, 2/22, 3/15, 3/22, or 3/29!z

Saturday, January 21

Shamanic Drumming & Dance (12 St. Marks Pl, Manhattan @ 5 PM)

Come out for powerful shamanic drumming and dance where we will release all the energy that is not longer serving us.

Call and bring attention to what will bring new and higher vibrations to your lives. Together we will tap into the rhythms of our souls and move with the vibration of the universe.

Through movement and sounds, we will align our physical, emotional and mental bodies.

While we all drum, rattle, chant, and dance. Show up with your best intention of healing and connecting with the source.

Wear comfortable clothing; bring your body and mind to dance together, a bottle of water, drum, and rattle, if you have one ($15 suggested donation).

Women’s Unity Rally (11 Worth St, Manhattan @ 10 AM)

Women’s March NYC and the New York Immigration Coalition (NYIC) are excited to announce that we will co-chair the 2019 Women's Unity Rally in New York City. Women's March NYC is the OFFICIAL NYC chapter of Women's March — part of the national & global movement.

The third annual Women’s March event will be held in honor of MLK Day on Monday the 21st, we intend to honor the work and spirit of Dr. King in the programming of this event.

Sunday, January 20

Colombia Carnaval Party (158 Bleeker St, Manhattan @ 10 PM)


Colombia's culture is at the forefront of today's pop music scene and we are so excited to once again celebrate it with an all-night Carnaval Dance Party in the heart of Manhattan's West Village.

The Anti-Capitalist Feminist Convergence (20 Jay St, Brooklyn @ 4:00 PM)

The Anti-Capitalist Feminist Convergence after the Women's March will showcase the work that socialist feminist, anti-capitalist, and left of center feminists are doing around gender justice in New York City.

The convergence will present and discuss areas of work including passing the NY Health Act, reproductive justice, defending abortion clinics, anti-fascist organizing, and international solidarity with other feminist movements. New York City has always been a center of radicalism, left-wing politics, and resistance. Whether you have been an activist for years or are coming to the feminist movement for the first time, join us!

The event will be followed by a party to close out the long weekend with some non-activism fun. Childcare will be provided.

Monday, January 21

Brooklyn Japanese New Year Festival 2019 (509 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn @ 12 PM)


The Year of the Boar is here, celebrate with Japanese style; enjoy the sounds of Samurai Swords and Taiko Drums while chomping on delicious Japanese food by BentOn.

Family crafts including Japanese Kabuki Masks making and Origami, Shogi (Japanese Chess) and other New Year’s games will be available for all.

The Roulette bar will be open for those 21+ looking to add a little buzz to their afternoon. We have added a VR corner this year to introduce our beautiful and fascinating country to you all.

Brooklyn Nets v. Sacramento Kings (620 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn @ 3:30 PM)


Enjoy a delicious two or three-course meal at the trendiest and tastiest restaurants in the city.

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