amNY weekend | 8 things to do this Labor Day weekend in New York, September 3-6
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Friday September 3
Yoga in the square: Align your body and mind with a yoga session in the park. NYU’s Center for Global Spiritual Life will be hosting a 60-minute yoga class in Washington Square Park, be sure to bring your mat and comfortable clothes! Garibaldi Square in Washington Square Park, Manhattan. 11 am Free.
Rooftop Movies | 30 for 30: Once upon a time in Queens: Baseball fans can get a preview of the 1986 New York Mets. A free screening of the first two parts of ESPN’s 4-part documentary “Once Upon a Time in Queens” will be played at Citi Field on Friday night. Must be 12 and over to attend. Citi Field, 41 Seaver Way. 6 p.m. Free.
Saturday September 4th
The super hike Van Cortlandt: Take a hike, a great hike! The Parks Department’s Urban Park Rangers will lead hikers through some of the hidden gems of Van Cortlandt Park on a 13 km journey through the park’s diverse forests and ecosystems. Make sure you wear a sturdy pair of shoes! Van Cortlandt Nature Center, Bronx. 10 a.m. Free.
5 clues about a tortured body: the black male body: This series of performances is presented as one of five acts taking place throughout the month of September. Wardell Milan and Zachary Tye Richardson will perform and express feelings of resilience and perseverance through choreographed movements and develop ideas of mourning, identity and love. The Bronx Museum of the Arts, 1040 Grand Concourse, Bronx. 2 p.m. Free.
Sunday September 5th
The Harlem Fashion Week 2021 experience: Harlem Fashion Week ushers in a new era of style. During this event, spectators will attend multiple parades inspired by the rich history of the district. Adam Clayton Powell Jr State Office Building, 163 West 125th Street, Harlem. 1:30 p.m. Tickets start at $ 40.
Labor Day weekend: Are you ready to party? Glow heads to DL’s rooftop for an evening of the best hip hop, reggae, soca, afrobeats and Latin music for all over 21s. Participation is free with an RSVP, however, ticket packages are available! The DL, 95 Delancy Street, Manhattan. 11 p.m. Free.
Monday September 6
Exhibition: The Perfect Sea Mural: This exhibit created by members of the South Shore Artists Group is perfect for adults and children. The interactive mural features facts about the sea and aims to educate New Yorkers about how pollution affects marine life in our local waters. Conference House Park Visitors Center, 298 Satterlee Street, Staten Island. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Free.
Breakfast island: Do you like brunch? If you have a day off, Breakfast Island is a must. There will be shows throughout the day and two eating opportunities as you mentally prepare for work the next day. Coney Art Walls, 3050 Stillwell Avenue, Brooklyn. 8 a.m. Tickets start at $ 60.