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The Week Ahead: April 3–7 on the AVENUE

Monday, April 3, 2017
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If this past Sunday was any indication, spring has come to New York and the city has emerged from its winter hibernation. Check out the below events coming up this week: 


 


Museum of Arts and Design LOOT 2017 Opening Benefit


Monday, April 3, 4:30–8 p.m.


The Museum of Arts and Design, Jerome and Simona Chazen Building, 2 Columbus Circle, New York


The evening’s events include first access for patrons to meet the 2017 LOOT artists and acquire their designs, a cocktail hour and reception, as well as a dinner honoring the 2017 LOOT Award recipients. The dinner begins at 7:30 p.m.


For tickets and additional information, visit madmuseum.org.


 


Tribeca Ball to Benefit New York Academy of Art


Monday, April 3, 6 p.m.


New York Academy of Art, 111 Franklin Street, New York


New York Academy of Art’s 22nd annual Tribeca Ball will honor artist Will Cotton. The event is presented by Van Clef & Arpels, and will bring together guests from the worlds of media, fashion and the arts to raise scholarship funds for the Academy’s roster of artists. 


For tickets and additional information, visit nyaa.edu.


 


God’s Love We Deliver Authors in Kind


Tuesday, April 4, 11:30 a.m.


Metropolitan Club, 1 East 60th Street, New York


Authors in Kind is a literary luncheon that features famed authors who sign and speak about their work during an intimate luncheon where guests can meet the authors, have books signed and enjoy lunch, all which support God’s Love We Deliver. This year’s authors are David France, Daphne Oz, Jacqueline Woodson and Linda Fairstein.


For tickets and additional information, visit glwd.org.


 


New Museum of Contemporary Art 2017 Spring Gala


Tuesday, April 4, 6:30 p.m.


Cipriani Wall Street, 55 Wall Street, New York


Enjoy cocktails and dinner, followed by an awards ceremony, auction and after party.


For tickets and additional information, visit newmuseum.org.


 


The Paris Review Spring Revel


Tuesday, April 4, 7 p.m.


Cipriani 42nd Street, 110 East 42nd Street, New York


The Spring Revel brings together Paris Review readers, supporters and writers for cocktails, dinner, conversation and revelry.


For tickets and additional information, visit theparisreview.org.


 


Celebrate Spring New York


Wednesday, April 5, 8 p.m.–midnight


LAVO, 39 East 58th Street, New York


Enjoy a night of cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, dancing with music by DJ Brenda Black, dessert and a live auction. The event benefits Parkinson’s research. 


For tickets and additional information, visit pdf.org.


 


CityMeals on Wheels Don’t Eat Til Brooklyn


Thursday, April 6, 7 p.m.


307 Kent Avenue, Brooklyn


The CityMeals on Wheels Young Professionals Group will host its inaugural event, Don’t Eat Til Brooklyn. The event will feature a night of delicious eats from a unique selection of chefs and food trucks. This walk-around tasting will also feature wine and cocktails from top sommeliers, all in the fight to end elder hunger.


For additional information, visit citymeals.org.


 


American Heart Association Red Ball 2017


Friday, April 7, 7–10 p.m.


Stage 48, 605 West 48th Street, New York


The event is hosted by the American Heart Association’s Young Professionals Group. The goal of the event is to educate on the importance of a healthy lifestyle and to raise funds for the American Heart Association’s life-saving mission.


For tickets and additional information, visit ahanewyork.com.


 


National Beer Day at Grand Central Terminal


Friday, April 7


Grand Central Terminal, 89 East 42nd Street, New York


Who says the Friday commute has to be rough? Celebrate the start of the weekend and National Beer Day at Grand Central Terminal, where the restaurants will offer specials on their suds.


For additional information, visit grandcentralterminal.com.


 


Save Venice Masked Ball


Friday, April 7


The Pierre Hotel, 2 East 61st Street, New York


The Save Venice masked ball has taken place every April. Since the catastrophic floods of 1966, enormous funds have been raised to save and restore architecture and art that would have otherwise been destroyed through climate change.


For additional information, visit savevenice.org.


 


 


 


 




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