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I hope you and your loved ones are enjoying the fall season so far. To help you plan for December, here are 31 curated events happening in and around New York City throughout the month.
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Hanukkah Family Fest
Head to the Jewish Children’s Museum for a fun-filled day of activities including donut decorating, craft workshops, and movie screenings.
A Gala Evening with Itzhak Perlman
The renowned violinist and conductor will take the New York Philharmonic stage to perform Bruch’s Violin Concerto No. 1.
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The Mood Room
At once theatre, dance, and spoken opera, “The Mood Room” features an all-female cast and centers around the story of five sisters in 1980.
Autumn Abstractions
The Riverdale Art Association's online exhibit explores the essence of autumn via mixed media, collage, photography, oil, acrylic, fractal print, and monoprint.
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Double Dutch Holiday Classic
Watch the best Double Dutch teams in the world compete at the 30th Double Dutch Holiday Classic taking place at the Apollo.
Lincoln Center’s Big Top Thank You
Enjoy a winter celebration under the circus tent in Damrosch Park, where there will be cocktails, food carts, and festive performances.
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The American Experiment: Dialogues on a Dream
Businessman and author David M. Rubenstein will discuss the evolution of the American experiment with New-York Historical Society CEO Louise Mirrer.
African Diaspora International Film Festival
The weeks-long New York African Diaspora International Film Festival will continue through December 12, featuring films focused on the African diaspora.
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NYBG Glow
Explore dramatically illuminated displays of color at the New York Botanical Garden’s holiday installations. Plus, don’t miss the beloved Holiday Train Show while you’re there.
Van Eyck to Mondrian
The Morgan Library and Museum’s exhibition celebrates the Dresden Kupferstich-Kabinett’s 300th anniversary by showcasing 60 of its finest drawings from the 15th-20th centuries.
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A Conversation with Spike Lee
Join the Oscar-winning filmmaker and his brother and official photographer David Lee for a conversation about the new photo book “SPIKE.”
Winter Family Fair at the Morgan Library
See the original manuscript of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” at the Morgan Library and enjoy live music, gallery exploration, and more.
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The Makers Show
Complete your holiday shopping while you support local makers at this market at City Point.
The Shape of Things
Experience this powerful new installation and series of performances by artist Carrie Mae Weems.
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Flying Over Sunset
Cary Grant, Clare Boothe Luce, and Aldous Huxley take a psychedelic journey together in this new musical by Tony Award winner James Lapine.
Holiday Brass
The New York Philharmonic’s holiday tradition returns with a family-friendly program of holiday classics celebrating the most festive time of year.
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Greater New York
Featuring the work of nearly 50 artists and collectives, this MoMA survey offers an intimate portrayal of New York City through various mediums.
Big Band Holidays
The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and Wynton Marsalis will celebrate the season with big-band arrangements of holiday classics.
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The African Origin of Civilization
This Met exhibition presents masterpieces from West, Central, and North Africa to showcase five millennia of creativity.
Victorian Christmas Tour of the Octagon House
Visit the Armour-Stiner Octagon House for a festive tour of the unique structure—the only known fully domed octagonal residence.
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Winter Solstice Walk
Take a scenic walk through Wave Hill’s gardens and learn about the plants that you see along the way.
Andy Warhol: Revelation
This Brooklyn Museum exhibition explores the artist’s relationship with his Byzantine Catholic faith.
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Bronx Zoo Holiday Lights
Enjoy immersive light displays and animated light shows at the Bronx Zoo’s holiday celebration, which also features live entertainment and seasonal treats.
Animating The Grinch Who Stole Christmas
Learn how the 1966 short “Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas” was sketched and animated.
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Binge-Watch Holiday Movies on Netflix
Curl up on the couch with your loved ones and enjoy one or several of these holiday movies that are currently on Netflix.
Kwanzaa: A Regeneration Celebration
The Apollo Theater’s annual Kwanzaa tradition returns with an evening of music and dance that celebrates unity and intergenerational sharing.
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NYC Art Deco Tour
Learn about New York City’s lesser known Art Deco enclaves, from Inwood to Bay Ridge to Sunnyside, through this on-demand video package.
Sophie Taeuber-Arp: Living Abstraction
Featuring 300 works, this MoMA exhibition explores Sophie Taeuber-Arp’s multifaceted approach to abstraction.
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The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe
Written by Jane Wagner and originally performed by Lily Tomlin, this one-woman show stars Cecily Strong of “Saturday Night Live.”
Inspiring Walt Disney: The Animation of French Decorative Arts
Be inspired by the Met’s first-ever exhibition exploring the work of Walt Disney and his use of French motifs in his films and theme parks.
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Give Back to Your Community
In the spirit of the season of giving, choose from an array of volunteer opportunities—whether it’s packing groceries, delivering meals, or tutoring young adults—to help your fellow New Yorkers.
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