January's 20/20 Vision Monthly Guide 🎼🦐🚆

It's the first month of the year and we've lined up some fun and varied events to get you started on the right path. If you're interested in sound therapy you can attend the Symphony of Light 2020 Concert. If you're looking to dance the night away, check out the Colombia Carnaval Party in the West Village. There are more events like Clinton Hall's Jeopardy event or live piano from Lucas Debargue. Snag tickets and details to one or most of these fun gatherings as soon as possible.

Saturday, 1/4

Symphony of Light 2020 230 West 29th Street, Manhattan


The Symphony of Light 2020 Concert is aimed at healing sounds, zen melodies, and relaxation. Instruments such as the Mayan Wind Instruments, Tibetan bells and flutes and more will grace the stage and ears for attendees. Vocalists will sing hymns, harmonies and enchanting lyrics that invoke inner calm, expansion, and freedom. The event promises to leave listeners at ease. 

Define Your Decade 155 Water Street, Brooklyn

Get in touch with your roots and feed your entrepreneurial soul all at once. The Dream Lab is hosting the Define Your Decade event this month, a collection of informative panels about business, marketing, mindset, and success. The organization is run by Hispanic women and for Hispanic women in order to empower small business owners and their dreams. 

Tuesday, 1/7

Jeopardy GOAT 609 E 189th St, Bronx


The competition for the title of Jeopardy's Greatest of All Time kicks off on Tuesday, January 7th at 8 pm. Join in on the Jeopardy-themed fun at Clinton Hall with a series of viewing parties combined with trivia. A grand prize winner will be awarded a Clinton Hall gift card each night with the festivities kicking off at 7 pm and a watch party to follow at 8 pm. The first event takes place at Clinton Hall in the Bronx on Tuesday, January 7th, then their Williamsburg location on Wednesday, January 8th and finally Clinton Hall 51 on Thursday, January 9th. 

Sunday, 1/12

Get Winter Ready Pop-up at Grand Bazaar 100 W. 77th St, Manhattan


Come and pick up some warm handmade woolly hats and scarves, cozy candles, organic body butter, and bath salts, a stylish vintage coat, or comfy decorative pillows at Grand Bazaar NYC's (100 W. 77th St.) Get Winter Ready Pop-Up. Stroll the aisles featuring 130+ vendors, indoors and outdoors, rain or shine while enjoying a cup of yummy hot chocolate and a delicious bite to eat from the Bazaar's artisanal food court.

Thursday, 1/16

Ten Hope After Ten Studio Sessions with Laura Hope Duo 10 Hope St, Brooklyn


Jam out at Ten Hope (10 Hope St.) in Williamsburg with Lara Hope Duo, the winner of the 2017 Ameripolitan Music Award for Best Female Rockabilly Artist on Thursday, January 16th beginning at 10 pm. Lara Hope and the Ark-Tones are the Northeast's premier Roots Rock n’ Roll & Rockabilly Twang outfit. No cover charge needed and no reservations are required. 

Saturday, 1/18

Celebrate National Peking Duck Day at Brooklyn Chop House 150 Nassau St, Brooklyn


Brooklyn Chop House (150 Nassau St) will celebrate National Peking Duck Day in a big way on Saturday, January 18th. Enjoy the ultimate surf & turf with a 3lb dry-aged Porterhouse steak, 4lb salt & pepper or ginger garlic Lobster and a 7lb Peking Duck served with lobster and chicken fried rice, french fries and onion rings. The delicious meal that feeds 6 - 8 people will be served up for $279.

Sunday, 1/19

Colombia Carnaval Party 158 Bleecker Street, Manhattan


Barranquilla culture will be at the center of the Colombia Carnaval Party this January. In order to really experience the sounds, emotions and rich history of music and dance, the West Village is hosting a large party. Visitors can watch trained performers, listen to music and surrender to the dance floor. 

Wednesday, 1/22

Piano From Lucas Debargue 80 North 6th Street, Brooklyn


Music lovers and fans of piano would be glad to know that french pianist Lucas Debargue is performing in Brooklyn. The musician who rose to fame due to his performance in Tchaikovsky Competition in 2015, is performing a collection of original pieces that capture his signature sound. Tickets are expected to sell out quickly so secure them while they last. 

Saturday, 1/25

Sustainable Seafood Fest Aquarius 42-38 9th St, Queens

Aquarius returns to The Foundry in Long Island City on Saturday, January 25th for the third edition of this annual arctic-chic event, which highlights and serves up sustainable seafood and cocktails. The event will feature delicacies of the sea as well as a bevy of sustainable seafood purveyors and premium wines and liquors. This festival is brought to you by the producers of Secret Summer, Tyler Hollinger of HighLife Productions, Andy Maturana from RAPT NY and Alison DuVal from The Foundry. For tickets or more information, visit https://www.aquariusnyc.com/

Australia Day at Hole in the Wall 626 1st Ave, Manhattan


Celebrate Australia Day at Hole in the Wall in Murray Hill (626 1st Ave.) on Saturday, January 25th beginning at 5 pm. Jam out to Triple J’s 2019 Hottest 100 playing live while enjoying traditional Aussie cuisine like Four N' Twenty meat pies complemented by free sausage rolls, there will be Coopers on draft and happy hour prices all night long including Lamingtons and Espresso Martinis with Mr. Black Liqueur, all while Cricket matches are shown on the Aussie cafe's big screen.

Wednesday, 1/29

Sensitive and in Love Film Premiere and Benefit 110 West 57th Street, Manhattan


The Directors Guild of America is screening "Sensitive and In Love". The film is about life for the highly sensitive, deeply empathic and easily stimulated. The film will be accompanied by a Q+A segment from Dr. Elaine Aron, the psychologist that identified the sensitive trait in 1991. 

Thursday, 1/30

New York In Transit 36 Battery Place, Manhattan


The New York in Transit event invites New Yorkers to participate and learn more about our vital MTA system. During the collective and informative discussion between officials and riders, topics such as legislative additions, station changes and more. It is open to the public and all those who want to know a bit more about a key part of our transportation structure.

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