Saturday: Wild High Line Tour 8–9 a.m. Enjoy the birds, butterflies, and other wildlife that call the High Line home resident naturalist Maryanne Stubbs. Binoculars are recommended, but not required. Purchase tickets below. The meeting location will be provided in the confirmation email following your ticket purchase. Tickets are $15, or $10 for members of Friends of the High Line. (212) 206-9922 firstname.lastname@example.org Manhattan Possibly 10th Ave and 21 St.
3rd Annual Wounded Warriors Project Charity Fly-In and Air Show 9:30 a.m.–5 p.m. Field of Dreams (in LaTourette Park & Golf Course), Richmond Avenue and Forest Hill Road, Staten Island, across from the COSTCO parking lot (near the corner of Richmond Avenue). Donations are $15.00 for pilots and $8.00 for the public. Lunch will be served as well as 50/50 and other raffles will be held throughout the day. http://www.statenislandrcmodelers.org
Brooklyn Museum free First Saturday of the month see scehedule http://www.brooklynmuseum.org/visit/first_saturdays.php
Claudia Acuna jazz, Steeped in the bossa tradition and the folkloric culture of her native Santiago, Chile. Sunday: Early Morning Bird Walk: Marvelous Migrants led by the Brooklyn Bird Club 8am. Audubon Center at the Boathouse in Prospect Park Near the Lincoln Road/Ocean Avenue entrance. Bike Around Floyd Bennett Field 10am It is with a Park Ranger at a moderate pace. Please bring water, sunscreen, and your own bike, helmet and dress for the ride. Reservations are required; call (718) 338 – 3799 and to make a reservation. The trip will be 4 miles. Bus: Q35 Ryan Visitor Center. Sierra Leone’s Refugee All-Stars at Brooklyn Bowl 8 p.m. 61 Wythe Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211 $12. Going on after the weekend: World Science Festival through Sunday, learn with lectures, film screenings and more. Take in more than 50 themed events spanning five days covering everything from exoplanets to the correlation between mental illness and creativity and intelligence. Many events http://worldsciencefestival.com/events Blue Note Jazz Festival hear more than 140 concerts. various venues Citywide bluenotejazzfestival.com for complete schedule and tickets. Brian Eno: Experience his artwork and sound installation, through Sunday. Café Rouge at New York’s Hotel Pennsylvania (a famous grand hotel opposite MSG) (7 Av/32 St) Manhattan. This artwork and sound installation is part of NYC’s ongoing Red Bull Music Academy. redbullmusicacademy.com. ‘Things That Fell Out of My Pocket’ by Steven Charles, a body of painted and sculpted works showcasing the use of a diverse range of materials, from synthetic fur to corks. Associated Gallery • 566 Johnson Ave. between Stewart and Gardner Avenues Bushwick NY (201) 953-4062 http://www.associatedgallery.tumblr.com 1–6 pm Free. Free Beach Parties All Summer Long: Join Commander Rican Vargas and his famed Coney Island Dancers for free outdoor Boardwalk parties all summer long, with DJs spinning house, disco, soul, and funk. Coney Island Boardwalk • 1001 Boardwalk W, at W. 10th Street • http://www.coneyislanddancers.com Monday: Taste of Times Square Dine in Midtown on June 3 at this festival including historic Restaurant Row, rain or shine with more than 50 area restaurants participating 5-9 pm 46th Street between Broadway and 9th Avenue,timessquarenyc.org.
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