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The Week Ahead: July 24-28 on the AVENUE

Monday, July 24, 2017
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Check out what’s going on this week in New York City and the Hamptons:


New York City Resturant Week


July 24–August 18


Various locations


Enjoy prix fixe meals at a number of New York City restaurants. Check out Avenue’s picks for best bites here


For additional information, visit nycgo.com/restaurant-week.


 


American Museum of Natural History Astronomy Live: Stars of Summer


Tuesday, July 25, 7 p.m.


Hayden Planetarium Space Theater, American Museum of Natural History, Central Park West at 81 Street.


The summer sky sizzles with an abundance of bright planets and the Milky Way crossing from North to South. Join Joe Rao as he highlights the wonders of summer nights from Saturn and its spectacular rings to Jupiter gleam.


For additional information, visit amnh.org.


 


Christofle and Ode à la ROSE Summer Floral Soirée


Wednesday, July 26, 3–7 p.m.


Christofle Boutique, 369 Bleeker Street, New York


Guests are invited to stop by the boutique where they can purchase a Christofle vase and hand select flowers of their choice, and an Ode à la ROSE florist will curate a floral bouquet for customers to perfectly compliment their new vase on the spot.


For additional information, visit christofle.com.


 


 


Maureen’s Haven Lobster Bash


July 27, 6:30—10:30 p.m.


Docker’s Waterside Restaurant, 94 Dune Road, East Quogue


Enjoy cocktails, lobster and a silent auction while watching the sunset on Shinnecock Bay. Proceeds from the event will support Maureen’s Haven services for the homeless of the East End.


For tickets and additional information, visit maureenshaven.com.


 


Hedge and Sunswell Popup to Benefit Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center


July 28, 4–6 p.m.


The Poolhouse, 168 Main Street, Sag Harbor


Shop Sunswell’s collection, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the Sag Harbor Cinema’s rebuild.


For additional information, visit sunswell.co.


 

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