Weekend Events: Outdoor Volleyball, Muppet Movie Sing-A-Long, New Village Music Festival, London Street Photography, Thunderbird Native American Midsummer Pow Wow, Harlem Week

Saturday: Outdoor Volleyball 12–5 p.m.
Membership is required to participate and play, however the general public is invited to come and watch. Guests will also receive information about recreation center membership and have the opportunity to register on the spot. Alfred E. Smith Recreation Center (in the Playground) 80 Catherine Street, Manhattan
Muppet Movie Sing-A-Long and Loser’s Lounge at Prospect Park
New Village Music Festival at Tompkins Square Park
A show in the name of music, culture and community. The eclectic lineup includes hip-hop artist Tatiana Owens; the City’s first all-female mariachi band, Flor de Toloache; and Brooklyn soul artist I Am Isis. nvmusicfest.com.
London Street Photography till July 27 – Dec 2. Museum of the City of New York Fifth Ave. at 103rd St. 150 photographs by 70 well-known and anonymous photographers who captured elements of Londoners’ daily life. At the same time, the exhibit traces the development of street photography exhibits over more than one hundred years. At the same time, the museum will mount City Scenes: Highlights of New York Street Photography, showcasing 30 photos of NYC life by photographers including Jacob Riis, Berenice Abbott, Nan Goldin, and Joel Meyerowitz. Together, the exhibits highlight the similarities and differences between the street life in these two cities. mcny.org.
Thunderbird Native American Midsummer Pow Wow Queens County Farm Museum till July 29 at 73-50 Little Neck Pkwy. (Floral Park—Little Neck Pkwy/73 Rd) Queens. More than 40 Indian nations gather at the Queens County Farm Museum for this annual spectacle—the longest-running and biggest pow wow in the City. For three days, audiences flock to the farm’s apple orchard for Native American dance performances, art, crafts, jewelry and food. For more information,queensfarm.org. single-day admission: adults $10
Harlem Week July 29–August 25. What began as a one-day tribute to Harlem has evolved over the past 37 years into a summerlong celebration of the community’s rich economic, political and cultural history. From a college fair to children’s festivals to the New York City Senior Citizens Day “Elders’ Jubilee,” there is a diverse range of events for residents of the neighborhood and beyond. Don’t miss the official kickoff, “A Great Day in Harlem,” at the General Grant National Memorial in Riverside Park; Harlem Day on August 19; and the Percy Sutton Harlem 5K Run/Family Health Walk-A-Thon on August 25. harlemweek.com


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