October 12, 2018
New York Coffee Festival
Love coffee? Well, then you’re in luck! The New York Coffee Festival is a weekend-long fest featuring tastings, interactive workshops and barista demonstrations from more than 85 coffee-industry insiders. It runs from Friday October 13th – Sunday, October 15th!
Ice Skating at the Rockefeller Center
The rink opens in October, so get your skates on! With only room for 150 skaters, there may be long lines but ice-skating here is a truly memorable experience in a unique setting!
Taking place on October 28th at 4 pm, don’t miss out on this New Yorker favorite! Taking place in Central Park, enjoy ghost stories, check out a costume parade and partake in the pumpkin carving. Afterward, the Central Park Conservancy will partake in a traditional Pumpkin Flotilla, where 50 gourds will take a sail across the Harlem Meer at twilight.
The Village Halloween Parade
Head to The Village Halloween Parade. NYC’s creative and spooky procession—is one of the best Halloween events in Greenwich Village. More than 50,000 zombies, ghouls, witches, giant puppets and more things that go bump in the night take the streets for a night of costumed revelry. The parade takes place on October 31st from 7.00 pm-10.30 pm, on 6th Avenue, running from just North of Spring Street to 16th Street! This year’s theme is I Am Robot!
Catch a game at Madison Square Garden
Catch a New York Rangers game when they are playing at home in Madison Square Garden! The atmosphere will be electric as New Yorker’s cheer on their team at home!