NYC Living This Week

JUNE 26, 2012

Little hands get creative, a big splash kicks off the opening of a new city pool and more.

West Village
Children’s Museum of the Arts Popup on Pier 25
CMANY takes its hands-on ethic to a unique waterfront setting on Hudson River Park’s Pier 25, hosting a free summer program that gives kids a chance to experiment with mixed media projects and large-scale collaborative workshops.
Wednesdays & Thursdays, June 13-August 29, 3-6PM
Hudson River Park’s Pier 25

NoHo
Lowline Fundraiser at the Bowery Hotel
The planners of this unusual park-to-be in a below-ground former trolley terminal near the Delancey Street subway station will be on hand for this opportunity to raise the funds necessary to make the high-tech underground green space a reality.
June 27th, 7-10PM
The Bowery Hotel, 335 Bowery
Suggested donation: $25

Upper West Side
Stevie Nicks at the Beacon Theater
Fans get a chance to take a twirl down memory lane with the be-velveted “Leather and Lace” songbird.
Monday, July 2, 8PM
Beacon Theater, 2124 Broadway
Tickets: $59-$250

Williamsburg
The Big Splash: McCarren Park Pool Pre-Opening Party and Fundraiser
The reopening of this public pool is one of the summer’s most talked-about events. This eve-before sneak preview is a fundraiser for Open Space Alliance, with cocktails, dinner, a silent auction and more on the agenda.
Wednesday, June 27, 7:30-11PM
McCarren Park Pool, Lorimer and Bayard Streets, Brooklyn
Tickets: $150 and up

DUMBO
WNYC Presents Kings County with Kurt Andersen, Kristen Schaal and Eleanor Friedberger
Join novelist and journalist Kurt Andersen and geek goddess Kristen Schaal for an evening of live interviews, standup comedy and live music from Eleanor Friedberger of the Fiery Furnaces.
Friday, June 29, 7PM
Galapagos Art Space, 16 Main Street, DUMBO, Brooklyn
Tickets: $10