1. Unfold yourself at Organizing With The Accordion and take printed material which you don’t know what to do with and place them in long sheets and learn a few different ways to make an accordion with it. (Monday, Classeteria, $10)
2. Help make voices heard at TIDAL X: Rock The Vote, a concert supporting voter registration, education and rights, hosted by Angie Martinez with performances from Alicia Keys, Farruko, French Montana, Ty Dolla $ign, and many more. (Monday, Barclays Center, $26+)
3. Make more money with Finance Fundamentals for Entrepreneurs, a workshop where you’ll learn how to set quantifiable goals, be clear about your earnings and manage your expenses to turn those goals into higher profits. (Tuesday, Freelancers Hub, FREE)
4. Bring a Zima to the Super Phat 90’s Trivia Night where you’ll be quizzed on your knowledge of the greatest decade ever, and prizes will be awarded to the best team, plus drink specials for all. (Tuesday, Young Ethel’s, FREE)
5. Show off at Open Brain, an informal forum for sharing all forms of expression, from traditional arts to knowledge on a topic to demonstrations of techniques and technologies to whatever it is you’re passionate about. (Wednesday, Class & Co, FREE)
6. Strap in for a wild ride at Wondershow, a modern vaudeville experience featuring a stellar cast of magicians and mind-readers alongside the city’s most daring variety artists. (Wednesday, House of Yes, $30+)
7. Relate with outsiders at Outcast, where NYC comedians will share what feeling like an outcast means to them through standup, sketch, and weird experimental stuff. (Wednesday, Union Hall, $8)
8. Get a peek into some interesting groups at Tribespotting: Undercover (Cult)ure Stories, a multimedia extravaganza performance from Harmon Leon’s sold-out show at the Edinburgh Festival featuring stories from his new book on infiltrating cultural tribalism in America. (Thursday, Quimby’s Bookstore, FREE)
9. See how Ohio becomes NYC at Cinema City: Not New York, presented by NYC trivia expert Cosmo Bjorkenheim that explores NYC’s varied depictions in other cities in film through clips and discussion. (Friday, City Reliquary, $20)
10. Play devil’s advocate at Big Debates, Lil Issues where pairs of comedians face off in passionate, high-stakes debates about absolutely unimportant, low-stakes topics, and vote for your favorite debaters. (Friday, Union Hall, $10)
Want more? Check out our full events calendar and add your own event today!
Wouldn’t you love to have all these events in your inbox? Subscribe!
Leave a Reply