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Spring has sprung and there's plenty to do in New York City:

Venture north to Randall’s Island Park across the Harlem River for an Outdoor Movie with games, crafts, and free popcorn while you watch the newest adventure from the Incredibles in Incredibles 2. Can’t make the movie? Randall’s Island Park offers day events of yoga, arts, and nature events all free and open to the public. (May 24th)

It must be that time of year again if the streets are crowded with men in uniforms. Starting May 22nd, you’re guaranteed to cross paths with a sailor or two who may invite you to the many parties and events for Fleet Week. Support our troops and say Yes! (See what we had to say in years’ past)

True to the roots of it’s art bohemian history, Washington Park welcomes local artists to set up shop to display their work during the Outdoor Art Exhibit. Take your own self guided tour through the ‘exhibits’ May 25 - June 2.

Watch Shakespeare under the stars in Central Park all summer long. An experience like no other. The free performance theatre kicks off the ‘season’ with Much Ado About Nothing. Visit their site to learn more about how and where to get access to the free tickets.

Nothing says spring and summer like watching a baseball game with a cold beer and hot dog. And you’re in luck because New York has two teams you can choose from to catch a game: Mets or Yankees.