Enjoy a Fair or Festival in NYC in July

Enjoy a Fair or Festival in NYC in July

Whether you go for the whole day or just a few hours, any of these fairs or festivals in NYC will keep the whole family entertained.

Throwback Thursday FREE
WHEN: Jun. 20 - Aug. 8, 11:00am
WHERE: Flatiron Plaza, East 23rd Street, Flatiron, NY
WHAT: Play cornhole, giant Jenga, Connect 4, and classic board games.
WANT TO GO? 212-546-1222. FindYourPark.com.

City of Water Day 2019 FREE
WHEN: Saturday, Jul. 13, 10:00am-4:00pm
WHERE: Piers 16 and 17, Seaport District, Lower Manhattan, New York City, NY
WHAT: A Waterfront Festival in Lower Manhattan's Seaport District will offer visitors the chance to get to know local marine life, participate in crafts and science experiments, and meet the many organizations that connect us to our waterfront.
WANT TO GO? free. 862-432-7545. https://waterfrontalliance.org/what-we-do/city-of-water-day/.

WHEN: Saturday, Jul. 13, 9:00am-6:00pm
WHERE: Adam Clayton Powell State Office Building Plaza, 163 West 125th St., Harlem, NY
WHAT: A day-long yoga and wellness festival that celebrates the diversity of the individuals who practice yoga and wellness in New York City with music, art, a Kid Zone, and more.
WANT TO GO? FREE. soulfestnyc.com.

Con Edison Family Day: Colonial Ice Cream
WHEN: Saturday, Jul. 13, 12:00-2:00pm
WHERE: Morris-Jumel Mansion , 65 Jumel Terrace, Harlem, NY

    Learn all about the history of ice cream during the 1700’s. Then make your own colonial flavored ice cream.
    WANT TO GO? $10 adults; free for children younger than 13. 212-923-8008. morrisjumel.org.

    Greek Cultural Festival
    WHEN: Sunday, Jul. 14, 10:00am-5:00pm
    WHERE: Children's Museum of the Arts, 103 Charlton St., Manhattan, NY
    AGES: All
    WHAT: Celebrate Greek culture with workshops inspired by traditional and contemporary arts practices, story time, and traditional dance and music.
    WANT TO GO? $13; free for children younger than 1 . 212-274-0986. cmany.org/.

    Family Festival: Young Storytellers FREE
    WHEN: Saturday, Jul. 27, 10:00am-1:00pm
    WHERE: The High Line, 30th Street and 10th Ave, Meatpacking District, NY
    AGES: All
    WHAT: Young artists, families, and caregivers are invited to make monumental stories inspired by artist Simone Leigh’s Brick House, the first monumental work of art on the new High Line Plinth.
    WANT TO GO? 212-500-6035. thehighline.org.

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