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  I hope you're enjoying the fall season so far. To help you plan for October, here are daily events and experiences taking place in and around New York City throughout the month.
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Superfine Art Fair
This emerging art fair reimagines contemporary art events by showcasing diverse artists and offering affordable pieces.
MetFest
The Met is hosting its first-ever block party, with live music, art activities, performances, and behind-the-scenes tours.
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Brooklyn Book Festival
Book lovers will gather for the Brooklyn Book Festival’s flagship Festival Day to enjoy readings, discussions, workshops, signings, and more.
Landscape Design Lecture
Lisa Switkin, former president of the Landscape Architecture Foundation, will discuss forms of public space that cultivate social connection.
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Flavors of New York Cookbook Group
Make iconic dishes from beloved New York City restaurants during this four-week class offered by the 92nd Y.
NYBG’s Fall Garden Party
The New York Botanical Garden’s fall party will include cocktails in the conservatory followed by an elegant dinner.
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Balanchine + Peck
Neoclassical elegance and contemporary innovation meet in this New York City Ballet program, featuring ballets by George Balanchine and Justin Peck.
Reimagining Hospitality
Learn about the changing landscape of NYC’s hospitality industry from leaders of ROAR (Restaurants Organizing, Advocating & Rebuilding), created at the start of the pandemic.
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Julius Eastman’s Feminine
The Harlem Chamber Players and the Talea Ensemble will pay a tribute to Julius Eastman, a queer Black American composer known for his progressive, minimalist style.
Ballet Hispánico
Renowned Latin dance company Ballet Hispánico will perform at the New York Botanical Garden, exploring our connection with the nature that surrounds us.
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Labyrinth of Forms: Women and Abstraction, 1930-1950
This Whitney exhibition highlights the works of 20th-century women abstractionists who advanced the art approach but whose contributions were generally overlooked.
Asian American Voices: Composing for History
Two works by composer Huang Ruo—one written in response to the pandemic and the other to honor Chinese immigrants—will be performed at Bard College’s Fisher Center.
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A Latinx Vision for an Inclusive America
Five Latinx leaders across disciplines will discuss how we can create a more Latinx-inclusive country.
NYC Wine & Food Festival
Enjoy cooking demos from Food Network stars, tastings, and master classes at the NYC Wine & Food Festival.
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Candlelight Ghost Tour
Get in the Halloween spirit with this spooky ghost tour at the Morris Jumel Mansion.
The Complete Unknowns
Experience six decades of Bob Dylan’s music during this tribute performance at the Bay Street Theater.
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Queens Botanical Garden Pumpkin Patch
This family-friendly experience offers pumpkin picking, photo opportunities, and pumpkin beers and ciders for the adults.
Vasily Kandinsky: Around the Circle
Journey through Kandinsky’s stylistic evolution and the persistent themes in his work at this new Guggenheim exhibition.
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MCNY’s Fall Symposium
This annual Museum of the City of New York event will feature a panel discussion about the ways NYC streets provide inspiration for creatives.
Tammany Hall
An immersive theatre experience, “Tammany Hall” transports the audience to Election Night in 1929 and presents a cast of legendary New York characters.
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BRIC JazzFest
The BRIC JazzFest returns for its seventh year with a three-day lineup of world-class talent.
Faure: Requiem
Themes of grief, remembrance, and consolation are explored in this captivating choral performance.
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The Lehman Trilogy
See the highly acclaimed three-act, three-man play about the financial family that changed the world.
Fall Makers Market
Support local small businesses and artisans while you shop a curated collection of handcrafted goods.
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Surrealism Beyond Borders
This Met exhibition explores Surrealism as imagined across time and geographical borders.
The Great Jack o’Lantern Blaze
See an incredible display of 7,000 illuminated jack o’lanterns.
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Baseera Khan: I Am an Archive
Brooklyn artist Baseera Khan uses their own body—as well as sculpture, collage, photographs, and drawings—to visualize Muslim American experiences.
Debbie Millman & Roxane Gay: Why Design Matters
Writer and designer Debbie Millman will sit in conversation with author Roxane Gay, her wife, to discuss Millman’s new illustrated anthology.
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Notorious RBG
This New-York Historical Society exhibition honors the life and career of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the late Supreme Court justice.
Sentenced to This Vessel
The lines between performance and reality blur in this two-man play that explores “the things we cannot help but do, feel, and say.”
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Scarecrows & Pumpkins
Celebrate Halloween at the New York Botanical Garden’s Scarecrows & Pumpkins takeover, featuring whimsical displays, larger-than-life puppets, and impressive pumpkin carving demonstrations.

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