The Week Ahead: February 26–March 2 on the AVENUE

Monday, February 26, 2018

What’s going on this week in New York:

Lapham’s Quarterly Decades Ball

Celebrate Latham’s Quarterly at the at the 10th anniversary Decades Ball, which will honor Lewis H. Lapham.

Monday, February 26

Cipriani 42nd Street

Park-to-Park Luncheon

New York wouldn’t be New York without Central Park. But the Central Park Conservancy doesn’t just focus its efforts on Manhattan. And on Tuesday, the foundation will hold its second Park-to-Park Luncheon to highlight its work helping other parks in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island.

Tuesday, February 27, 12 p.m.

Metropolitan Club House

Opening: Golden Kingdoms Luxury & Legacy in the Ancient Americas at The Met

This landmark exhibition of luxury arts of the Incas, the Aztecs, and their predecessors will trace the emergence and florescence of goldworking in the ancient Americas, from its earliest appearance in the Andes to its later developments farther north in Central America and Mexico.

Wednesday, February 28

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Avenue

Sixth Annual Laugh for Good

What better way to spend an evening than laughing, and doing good? Yamba Malawi, which focuses on creating brighter future’s children, will host a stand up comedy night on Thursday. Make them laugh!

Thursday, March 1, 6:30 p.m.

Stand Up NY, 236 West 78th Street

Go Red for Women Luncheon

Go Red For Women is a year-round movement that harnesses the energy, passion, and power women have to band together to collectively wipe out heart disease.  In New York, the Go Red For Women movement culminates with a celebratory luncheon bringing together 1200 influential women and men from the corporate, philanthropic, fashion, and medical communities.  

Friday, March 2

New York Hilton Midtown, 1335 Avenue of the Americas




A December to Remember with the Madison Avenue BID

Madison Avenue BID hosts 32nd annual Miracle on Madison

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