Chillin’ in April: April Events in NYC

“The sun was warm but the wind was chill,” is what our homeboy Robert Frost said about April and you know what? We’ll take it! Here, some ways to make your April even more chill. Or cool. Or fun. Or something. how to evaluate essays order thesis paper custom essay writings levitra oasis advantages of modern technology essay homework helping sites mla research paper introduction example how to write on paper in minecraft affordable housing india research paper parents advice essay nursery english exam papers essay on my wonderful school essay on topic my college go to site viagra samen met cialis viagra named after biere au viagra write movie review essay good thesis statements in english get link textile design dissertation topics hire someone to write your essay essays on development enter site viagra garberville first day in school essay April 1 – 3: Affordable Art Fair

Metropolitan Pavilion
125 W. 18th St. NY, NY 10011

April 1 – 5: French Film Festival

See the best new French-language films – narratives, documentaries, and shorts –
from emerging and established filmmakers.

Various Locations

April 1 – 17: Orchid Show at NY Botanical Gardens

See every kind of orchid there is… and what they look like when they’re treated right. Day and night sessions tickets available; at night, there’s live music and cocktails.

New York Botanical Gardens
2900 Southern Boulevard Bronx, NY 10458

April 1: Intensive Kitchen Basics: Steak Frites

This could fall into the, “If you only know one thing,” category.

Haven’s Kitchen
109 W. 17th St. NY, NY 10011

April 1 – September 25: American Psycho

Brett Easton Ellis’s creepy classic on Broadway? It was sold out in London, and we have to admit, we’re curious.

Gerald Schoenfeld Theater
236 W. 45th St. NY, NY 10036

April 1: Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest

A documentary about the Phife Dawg. At midnight. That’s what we call a party.

Nitehawk Cinema
136 Metropolitan Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11249

April 2: Essential Skills: Whole Chicken Butchery & Cooking

Because let’s get real, you don’t really know how to cook a chicken.

Haven’s Kitchen
109 W. 17th St. NY, NY 10011

April 2: Pillow Fight in the Park

Ok: We’ll be honest. We want no part of this but we thought you should know that it’s happening… probably so that you can avoid it. From 3 to 6 p.m. people will be pillow-fighting (with feather-free pillows) in Washington Square Park. Don’t shoot the messenger.

Washington Square Park

April 2: Distiller’s Festival

Sample 60 craft spirits and listen to a jazz band at this 1920s prohibition-themed event.

The Bowery Hotel
335 Bowery NY, NY 10003

April 6: Taste of the Lower East Side & Taste of Brooklyn

Enjoy unlimited bites from NYC’s most acclaimed restaurants, knowing that all the proceeds from your ticket go to charity.

Various Locations
Taste of LES info:
Taste of Brooklyn info:

April 9: A League of Their Own

One of our fave girl power movies, on the big screen. Yes and yes.

Nitehawk Cinema
136 Metropolitan Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11249

April 13 – 24: Tribeca Film Festival

DeNiro’s giant film festival hits lower Manhattan again, with hundreds of movies by people you’ve heard of, and people you haven’t.

Various Locations

April 16: Secret Garden Party in Marble Cemetery

A 19th Century themed Obscura Day celebration, complete with absinthe tastings, exotic birds, and parlour games.

New York Marble Cemetery
41 ½ Second Ave. NY, NY

April 23 – 24: Hot Sauce Expo

Hot sauce and booze. We repeat: Hot sauce and booze.

Brooklyn Expo Center
79 Franklin St. Brooklyn, NY 11222

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