Saturday, January 22

Events calendar: Christmas fun for everyone


Pinkmas at the Ice Cream Museum

Through January 9, the New York City Museum of Ice Cream is back with its annual holiday celebration, Pinkmas, which transforms its 13 multi-sensory installations into a pink winter wonderland filled with snowflakes, candy canes and trees. pink. Visitors are encouraged to bring a new toy, which will be donated to Toys for Tots, in exchange for a scoop of ice cream in the museum cafeteria. It is located at 558 Broadway, NYC. Tickets in:



The Nutcracker at Lincoln Center

George Balanchine’s Nutcracker is back this year at Lincoln Center’s David H. Koch Theater (20 Lincoln Center Plaza New York, NY 10023), with lush costumes, magnificent sets and iconic Tchaikovsky music that will transport audiences to a land of spinning snowflakes, jumping candy canes, waltz flowers and much more. Until January 2. For schedules and tickets, visit:


Cali Fair in La Boom

Ray de la Paz, Luisito Carrión and Ray Sepúlveda come together on a single stage to perform this Friday at La Boom (56-15 Northern Blvd 2Fl. Woodside, NY 11377), at the so-called Feria de Cali. Colombians and fans of the salsa genre in general will be able to enjoy the successes of these three singers, famous for their happy rhythm and multiple hits. Doors open at 9:00 pm. Tickets:



Exhibition at South Street Seaport

The South Street Seaport Museum (12 Fulton Street, Manhattan) announces the opening of two winter exhibitions exploring the turn of the century in midtown Manhattan Exhibits include a new introductory gallery South Street and Rise of New York, as well as a return recently reconfigured from the popular exhibit Millions: Migrants and Millionaires aboard the Great Liners, 1900-1914, which was last on view before the pandemic. Each exhibition will be open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am to 5 pm, except from December 24, 2021 to January 2, 2022, when the Museum will be closed. Admission is free and tickets can be booked in advance at



Hanukkah Gallery at the Jewish Museum

Go on a fun quest and explore stunning Hanukkah Menorahs from around the world at the Jewish Museum (109 5th Ave at 92nd St New York, NY 1012). Draw discoveries in a sketchbook, experiment with whimsical shapes, touch replicas of artifacts, and chat with educators at the Jewish Museum to celebrate Christmas. This Sunday, between 10:30 am and 2 pm. Tickets are required in advance, reserve at:


Trains in the Botanical Garden

One of the city’s most beloved and anticipated Christmas traditions returns for its 30th year with a miniature wonderland, in the warmth of the New York Botanical Garden’s Enid A. Haup Conservatory (2900 Southern Blvd., Bronx, NY 10458). Marvel at the miniature trains as they ride through an enchanting display of more than 175 famous New York landmarks, all exquisitely recreated from natural materials such as pineapples, acorns, and seeds. Until January 23. Entries on the page:


The return of MasterVoices to Carnegie Hall

MasterVoices begins its 2021-22 season this Monday, December 6 at Carnegie Hall with “A Joyful Noise”, an event to celebrate the return of live shows in front of an audience, after a two-year absence, with music for mark the holiday season and the perseverance of the human spirit after a long hiatus.

This first concert of the MasterVoices 80th anniversary season will feature Canadian soprano Mikaela Bennett, the Northwell Health Nurses Choir and a ten Grammy Award winning a cappella group, Take 6. At 7:30 pm, Carnegie Hall, Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage. Tickets from $ 30, and can be purchased on the page, by calling 212.247.7800 or in person at Carnegie Hall’s box (57th and Seventh Avenue).


Work “The Extraordinary Things”

The Julia de Burgos Performance and Arts Center in El Barrio (Lexington Ave. and 106th St) will host the new production of Boundless Theater, “The Extraordinary Things”, a piece which addresses the issue of suicide with a view to raising awareness about the issue. In Spanish, Duncan Macmillan’s work with Jonny Donahoe deals with the despair that a young woman feels from a young age at the idea of ​​losing her mother, which leads her to draw up a list of reasons why life is worth living.

The audience is an active part of it as they interact with the main character, played by Norwill Fragoso. The show also encourages intimacy and encourages the audience to reflect on the fullness of life and its meaning. The performances will take place from December 8th to 11th at 8pm and 12th at 4pm. Get tickets at


Flamenco at the Instituto Cervantes

Next Wednesday, December 8, at 7:00 pm, the Instituto Cervantes in New York (211 E 49th St) presents a special flamenco show. The dancers Elizabeth Torras, Yloy Ybarra and Xianix Barrera; the singer Bárbara Martínez, the guitarist Calvin Hazel and the percussionist Walid Guzmán come together to show the best of this art full of pain, joy, passion, anguish, love and heartbreak. To reserve, call 212 3087720 ext- 113. General admission: $ 25

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