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10 Things To Do This Weekend

Thursday, July 27, 2017
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Finally, the weekend is here! Relax, unwind and take your pick at the top events around New York City and the Hamptons. 


Jazz on the Terrace


July 28, 6 p.m.


Parrish Art Musuem, 279 Montauk Hwy, Watermill


Sit back and relax to live jazz music on the beautiful grounds of of the Parrish Art Museum. Musicsians are hand-picked by the East End’s Richie Siegler. Tickets are $12, free for students, members and children. For more information visit here


Jill Zarin’s 5th Annual Luxury Luncheon


July 29, 12-4 p.m.


Jill Zarin’s Southampton Residence, Southampton


Spend the afternoon with Jill Zarin and her exclusive guests benefiting Thyroid Cancer Research. For tickets and more information visit here


Hayground School’s 13 Annual Chefs Dinner


July 30, 4:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.


Hayground School, 151 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton


Chefs Tom Colicchio, Eric Ripert and Toni Ross (Nick & Toni’s founder) host this year’s farm-to-table benefit dinner honoring Bill Telepan and Tinka D. Topping. Enjoy a delicious evening featuring a five course dinner using only local fresh ingredients. For tickets and more information visit here


Hotel Chic At Home Book Signing


July 30, 12-2 p.m.


Sylvester & Co., 103 Main Street, Sag Harbor


Get decor inspiration at the reception and book signing event with Sara Bliss, featuring her newest book Hotel Chic at Home. The book features stunning interiors from hotels across the globe. For more information visit here


East End Photographers Group


Through August 13


Water Mill Museum, 41 Old Mill Road, Water Mill


The East End Photographers Group presents their Summer Photography Exhibition. The unique “Chromogenic” exhibition features traditional, digital and alternative photographic processes. For more information visit here.


NYC Restaurant Week


Through August 18


Various participating restaurants 


Bon appetit! With over 350 participating restaurants, this biannual culinary masterpiece will not disappoint. Participating restaurants include Tavern on the Green, Gotham Bar and Grill, Salvation Burger and Wallsé. For more information visit here.


Mostly Mozart Festival


Through August 20


Various venues


Take part in the annual celebration of Mozart performed by the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra. Over the next few weeks they will be performing Mozart’s Masonic Funeral Music in C Minor, Schubert’s Symphony No. 5 in B-flat major and many more classics. For more information visit here


Henri Cartier-Bresson: India Full Frame


Through September 4


Rubin Museum, 150 West 17th Street


Phenomenal French photographer, Cartier-Bresson first visited India in 1947 and returned several times after. This exhibit features 69 photographs from his trips to India including the well known photos of Mahatma Gandhi hours before his assassination. For more information visit here.


Eloise at the Museum


Through October 9


New York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West


Remember Eloise? The children’s book character who lived at The Plaza Hotel was introduced by Cabaret star Kay Thompson and illustrator Hilary Knight in 1955. Explore original manuscript pages, sketchbooks, photographs, vintage dolls, portraits and more over six decades later. Tickets are $21. For more information visit here.


The Terms of My Surrender


July 28-October 22


Belasco Theatre, 111 West 44th Street


Humorous Academy Award-winning filmmaker and author Michael Moore is making his Broadway debut in his new, semi-improvised one-man show. Moore will be changing up his production from day to day in order to address various current events. Tickets are $29-$149. For more information visit here.

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