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New York City Things To Do in March

Celebrating Women All Month Long

March is Women’s History Month and NYC honors their contributions and voices. A theme is chosen each year and for 2022 it is “providing healing, promoting hope” in support of the front line workers. Back in 2019, 10 sculptures were created to start the equality of women sculptures in New York City. Currently 150 statues in NYC, only 9% are of women. Two traveled to San Francisco as their permanent home and eight have remained in NYC for you to view this month in Manhattan and Brooklyn in between nature walks, hands on art for kids, and movies.

Something for the Kids (March 4 - 19)

Experience a virtual and in-person festival for children, New York International Children’s Film Festival. NYICFF uses film as a medium to help children understand the social and cultural issues in the world. Along with educational programs to navigate and find the language to communicate their own experiences. Virtual and in-person festival experience is dependent on age for COVID safety protocol

For the Art Enthusiast (March 16 - 25)

Curators and collectors from around the world come to New York City to learn, display, auction and collect asian art during Asian Week New York. The first half of the week visit the different galleries, attend lectures and meet the collectors. While the second half of the week, auctions will be held at Bonhams, Sotheby's, Christie's, Heritage Auctions, and Doyle.

Laugh A little 

Who doesn’t like to exercise their diaphragm with laughter? Comedy Cellars is a NYC staple to get the fix. Or try some different venues or events off the beaten path. The Stand is a restaurant/comedy club combo serving up 2 performance rooms (upstairs and downstairs) and a full menu of food and curated cocktails - not your typical bar bits. Ted Lasso fan or like to be a little “punny”? Get tickets to Punderdome (March 9) featuring the All-Star Tournament of Pun Champions. It will get loud, interactive and bring pun-damonium to the night.

Taste of Spring

Flowers warm up the gray and white of winter, willing it to come to an end. The Orchid Show does the trick at the New York Botanical Gardens in the Bronx, now through May 1st. Visit during the day or for evening orchid event where you are 99.9% guaranteed front seats to a proposal. And mid-month, kelly green brightens the streets for the oldest parade in the U.S. (est. 1762) to celebrate Irish pride at the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade on March 17th

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