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The Week Ahead: August 21-25 on the AVENUE

Monday, August 21, 2017
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What’s going on this week in New York and the Hamptons.


Central Park Conservancy Film Festival


Monday, August 21–Friday, August 25, 6:30–10:30 p.m.


Landscape between Sheep Meadow and the 72nd Street Cross Drive


The weeklong film festival features outdoor screenings of popular movies. DJ Spin Diesel from 6:30 p.m. until movie starts at 8 p.m.


For additional information, visit centralparknyc.org.


 


Total Solar Eclipse at the American Museum of Natural History


August 21, Noon–4 p.m.


Cullman Hall of the Universe, Rose Center for Earth and Space


View the solar eclipse from the Hayden Planetarium. On the afternoon of August 21, the Moon will pass between the Earth and the Sun, completely blocking out the Sun for about 3 minutes in a swath of  North America stretching from Salem, Oregon to Charleston, South Carolina. While New York is not in this “path of totality,” the city will be able to see the Moon cover about 75% of the Sun, and the Rose Center for Earth and Space will stream NASA’s live broadcast of the Total Solar Eclipse.


For tickets and additional information, visit amnh.org.


 


Solar Eclipse Viewing at Hotel Americano


Monday, August 21


Hotel Americano, 518 West 27th Street, New York


Take a well-deserved Monday off and spend the day taking in this once in a lifetime event. Cocktails will be provided by Grey Goose. Eclipse glasses are included.


For additional information, visit hotel-americano.com.


 


Indie Beauty Expo


August 22–24


Skylight Clarkson Square, 550 Washington Street, New York


Beauty lovers are welcome to discover and buy the best indie beauty products around.


For tickets and additional information, visit indiebeautyexpo.com.


 


Ms. Lauryn Hill at The Surf Lodge


Friday, August 25, 5 p.m.


The Surf Lodge, 183 Edgemere Street, Montauk


The Grammy Award-winner plays Montauk.


For additional information, visit thesurflodge.com.


 


For more events, visit our just-launched AVENUEmagazine.com social calendar.


 

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