Smorgasburg Taco Tuesday + Trivia

Taco + Trivia Tuesdays Sponsored by Sixpoint

· 7-8:30pm

· Cemitas El Tigre Taco deal Tuesday -3 x chicken or 3 x pork for $10.

· Trivia hosted by Trivia NYC

· Buckets of Sixpoint beer specials

Location: Fulton Market Building at 11 Fulton Street
Date: Every Tuesday this Summer
Time: 7:00-8:30pm

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Seaport Smorgasburg

Returning for its third season, Smorgasburg will be located within the recently renovated Fulton Market Building from May 27 through the fall. Smorgasburg will operate seven days a week for lunch and dinner. Restaurants include Cemitas El Tigre, Lumpia Shack Snack Bar Filipino spring rolls, Red Hook Lobster Pound, Home Frite Belgian fries, Landhaus sandwiches and Fletcher’s Brooklyn Barbecue.

Location: Fulton Stall Market (Fulton and Front Streets)
Date: May 27th- through the fall

for the Masters of the Universe (Ending with revolution and victory of the workers!) Stock Exchange. Seizure of the stock exchange by the proletariat, who turn it into a pantheon of work.” Unsettling, frantic and anti-sentimental, Hans Tammen’s “Third Eye Electric Band” – for whom machine oil is mother’s milk – fuse relentless polyrhythmic machinations with ethereal yet roughly sewn soundscapes, like a mix of Mwandishi, Bitches Brew and Sextant, with a hint of Magma. Dark, sometimes brooding ensemble passages mix and mingle with tightly woven drum-loops, and extended solo cadenzas build up to a mighty hymn to machine work, music of a metallic nightmare
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Labor Day Live at the Seaport

Labor Day Live at The Seaport District brought to you by Jim Beam, Maker’s Mark, Hornitos, Basil Hayden and Smorgasburg. Live music and food and drink specials on the cobblestones. Live music headlined by The National Reserve. Food and Drink Specials from Seaport Smorgasburg including a BBQ brought to you by Fletchers Brooklyn BBQ and samples of handcrafted Bourbon infused ice cream by Jim Beam.

Location: Seaport Smorgasburg 11 Fulton Street
Dates: Monday September 5th
Times: 4pm-8pm

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Culture District: Fashion Institute of Technology presents #WIP

As social media influences our culture, sharing on these platforms becomes an important part of the creative act for artists. The documentation of these various stages of work permits an intimate view of moments that were traditionally solitary. The exhibition #wip showcases current students from the artist collective Urban Studio within the Fine Arts Department @FIT as well as a select group of program alumna.

Location: 117 Beekman
Date: August 11th to September 30th
Wed - Fri, 10am - 7 pm
Sat, Sun, 11am - 6pm
Closed Mondays and Tuesday

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Culture District: Seaport Studios Design Market

The Design Market is an innovative retail installation occupying the ground level of the Seaport Studios at 19 Fulton Street, offering a carefully curated selection of design objects, including furniture, lighting, accessories, artwork, and other merchandise.
Location: Seaport Studios 19 Fulton Street
Time: 11am-7pm

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Northern Grade Presents: Winsome Goods Mobile Studio

Northern Grade is welcoming the Winsome Goods’ refurbished airstream mobile studio to the Seaport District this Saturday. With its focus on small, limited runs of women’s apparel made in America using sustainable materials, Winsome offers a feel-good (and chic) alternative to fast fashion. Location: Front Street between Fulton and Beekman
Date: Saturday August 27th
Time: 11am - 7pm

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Cowgirl Seahorse: Music Mondays

Location: Cowgirl Seahorse 259 Front Street
Date: Monday August 29th
Time: 7:00PM

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Farm Fresh Festival for Kids

The Farm Fresh Festival for Kids is a free community event to connect kids and families to a wholesome and magical farm experience in NYC! The theme of the Farm Fresh Festival for Kids is: Eat, Learn, Play at the the Farm.

On Saturday, September 17th, 2016, The Seaport District will be transformed into an interactive and experiential farm environment for kids and families.The Seaport District will come alive with the sights, tastes, play, animals, farmers, growers, and harvest of a farm. Activity zones will include fun adventures of a day at the farm -- Meet the Farmers and Animals, Field of Dreams, Farmers’ Market, Creativity Tent, Tastes of the Farm, Wagons and Wheels, Music Shed, Reading Orchard, Kindness Corner.

Location: Front Street Between Beekman and Fulton
Date: Saturday September 17th
Time: 10am-4pm

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Fulton Stall Outdoor Market

The Fulton Stall Outdoor Market has reopened for the season. Come on out each Sunday to check out fresh products from 20 farmers and food sellers Location: Fulton and Water Street
Date: Sundays
Time: 11am-5pm

Oscar Nominated and award winning Animator Bill Plympton,considered by many to be the King of Indie Animation is presenting his Masterclass Presentation at the South Street Seaport Third Annual Out to See Festival. Bill Plympton began his career creating cartoons for publications such as New York Times, National Lampoon, Playboy and Screw. In 1987 he was nominated for an Oscar® for his animated short "Your Face". In 2005, Bill received another Oscar® nomination, this time for a short film "Guard Dog". "Push Comes to Shove" another short film, won the prestigious Cannes 1991 Palme d’Or. After producing many shorts that appeared on MTV and Spike and Mike’s, he turned his talent to feature films. Since 1991 he’s made 10 feature films, 7 of them, "The Tune", "Mondo Plympton", "I Married A Strange Person", "Mutant Aliens", "Hair High", "Idiots and Angels", and "Cheatin’" are all animated features. www.plymptoons.com

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Local Roots NYC Presents: CSA Summer Season

Get your groceries straight from local and sustainable farms through your Local Roots CSA! Place an order and pay all at once for a 3 month CSA season then pick up your food at Fulton Stall Market on Front and Beekman every Thursday from June - August. Their CSA is a one stop shop - from organic vegetables and farmers cheese, to upstate deli meats, pasture eggs, and more. Prices range from $5.50 per week for eggs up to $18.50 per week for organic vegetables.

How to Join
1. Check out their available options on our website
2. Click an item to see more details then add to your cart
3. At check out, select Fulton Stall Market as a location
4. Email CSA@LocalRoots.NYC for questions

Check out @localrootsnyc to see photos of your farmers and our food community.

Location: 207 Front Street
Date: June 10th to August 25th
Time: 5pm – 7:30pm

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Organic: Farmers & Chefs of the Hudson Valley

The Fulton Stall Market, unveiled a series of outdoor portraits of farmers and chefs captured by Francesco Mastalia, photographer, author and lecturer of photography, using the wet collodion process, a technique developed in the mid-19th century. The 17,000-mile journey through the Hudson Valley includes over 100 of its farmers and chefs.

Location: 207A Front Street
*On display at the corner of Front St. and Beekman St
Date and Time: Ongoing

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Nelson Blue: Sunday Jazz Brunch with the Mark Lockett Trio

Live Jazz band trio performs while you enjoy our brunch which is $19.95 and includes two free drinks, a choice of Bloody Mary, Mimosa, Champagne or Nelson Blue Lager.

Location: 233-35 Front Street
Date: Sundays through the summer
Time: 1pm – 4pm

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South Street Seaport Museum Street of Ships: The Port and Its People

In celebration of the unparalleled restoration currently underway in the South Street Seaport Museum’s flagship, the museum announces its first post-Hurricane Sandy exhibition, Street of Ships: The Port and Its People beginning on March 17, 2016, open Wednesday – Sunday 11am-5pm, at the Museum’s main lobby, 12 Fulton Street.
Street of Ships: The Port and Its People showcases works of art and artifacts from the Museum’s permanent collections related to the 19th Century history of the Port of New York. The exhibition examines the decisive role played by the 19th Century Seaport at South Street – long known as the “Street of Ships” – in securing New York’s place as America’s largest city and its rise to become the world’s busiest port by the start of the 20th Century. The centerpiece of the exhibition examines the life and current restoration of the Museum’s 1885 full-rigged sailing cargo ship, Wavertree; an archetype of the impressive sailing ships that once called at South Street and made New York a hub of global trade. The exhibition lays the groundwork for Wavertree’s return to the Seaport in July 2016 after the completion of a 15-month, $13 million city-funded restoration, the largest of its type in more than a generation.
Location: Southstreet Seaport Museum, 12 Fulton st.
Date: Wednesday March 16th- Ongoing
Time: 11AM-5PM

The IBIS Initiative is a place where the voice of the artist can be heard and enriched. For 8 two hour sessions we will build a song and rehearse the song to preform at the ending of the cycle. After gaining the insight on how to enrich our listeners lives by comprehending and verbalizing the views and emotions we see and felt in our lives to date. As well as how can we evoke our audience to dwell in a deeper meaning in our words chosen.

Location: 192 Front St
Date: Saturday march 5th
Time: 12PM-2PM
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South Street Seaport Museum: Family Ecology Sails

Join the South Street Seaport Museum for a Family Ecology Sail aboard Schooner Pioneer

Children and adults help raise the sails continuing exploration the old fashioned way. While sailing past the Statue of Liberty we’ll learn about the sea creatures we will catch and release, examine plankton through a view-scope, test the water to learn how animals live, and learn about our marine ecosystem.

For more information and tickets click here: https://goo.gl/1yKq8n

Location: Schooner Pioneer on Pier 16
Date: 12pm-3pm

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Culture District: Street Plans

This event will be a panel discussion with Ryan Reynolds of Gapfiller (Christchurch, NZ), Mike Lydon of Street Plans (New York City), and Shin-Pei Tsay Cunningham of Gehl Institute (New York City). We’ll discuss how short-term, tactical, and temporary urbanism projects help cities prepare for, and respond to, natural disasters, climate change,and other shocks while also improving public space and welcoming more people into the city-making process. Each panelist will present for 15 - 20 minutes, which will be followed by a dialogue between the audience and the panelists.

Location: 117 Beekman Street
Date: Tuesday September 6th
Time: 6:30pm-8:30pm

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Into The Light Walk for Epilepsy Awareness

The Epilepsy Foundation of Metropolitan New York has been at the heart of the NYC epilepsy community for almost fifty years, and is New York City’s only specialized organization combining epilepsy education, awareness, and advocacy with individualized services such as counseling and vocational supports.

Location: Fulton Street
Date: Sunday September 25th
Time: 9:00am-11:00am

As part of the Downtown Design Festival at the Seaport District NYC, a series of one-on-one public conversations will be held over an eight-day period, from May 10th to May 17th, 2016, in the event space on the second floor of the Seaport Studios.
Each evening will feature a prominent design-oriented creative speaker, whose studio or practice in based in lower Manhattan, in conversation with a noted design journalist, critic, or curator in New York. The participants will be selected to represent the vibrant diversity of creative energy in lower Manhattan, and among them cover the areas of architecture, graphic design, filmmaking, interactive design, fashion, furniture and industrial design and the culinary arts, among other fields. The evenings will be introduced by James Sanders, AIA, the Director of the Seaport Culture District, and conclude with a reception where guest can mingle informally with the event participants, and each other.
Confirmed participants include:
Paola Antonelli, Director of the Design Department, Museum of Modern Art;Gregg Pasquarelli, Principal at SHoP Architects; Marc Kushner, Principal of HWKN and Publisher of Architizer; Andrew Essex, CEO of the Tribeca Film Festival; Jake Barton, CEO of Local Projects; William Menking, Editor-in-Chief, The Architect’s Newspaper;
Juliette Cezzar, President, American Institute of Graphic Arts, New York; Kyle Bergman, Founder, Architecture and Design Film Festival; Fred Bernstein, Architecture Critic, Architectural Record
The Downtown Design Festival is a 14-day series of events and activations from May 3 - May 17 in the Seaport District celebrating the extraordinary explosion in design and creative energy in lower Manhattan over the past decade.
The Downtown Design Festival is presented by The Howard Hughes Corporation In association with the Downtown Alliance. As the Seaport District prepares for the opening of the Fulton Market Building later this year and Pier 17 in 2017, the Howard Hughes Corporation is committed to bringing culture, fashion and culinary delights to the re-envisioned Seaport District.
Visit SeaportDistrict.NYC for full event calendar
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Book Signing - Sarah Lavoine

Sarah Lavoine, the acclaimed French interior designer presents her new book, « Chez Moi, Decorating your home and living like a Parisienne » published with Abrams Books. Covering each room in the home, Lavoine explains her approach to using color, highlights the indispensable elements of each space, and suggests how to add unforgettable details in order to create a restful and chic environment

Location: 19 Fulton Street
Date: Thursday October 13th
Time: 6-8pm

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Taste of the Seaport

The Seaport District’s annual outdoor fall festival of food, beverage, live music, and family-friendly activities benefitting the arts and enrichment programs at two local elementary schools, PS 343 Peck Slip School and PS 397 Spruce Street School. Check back soon for more information
Location: Front Streets
Date: Saturday October 15th
Time: TBD

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Seaport District Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony

We will celebrate our Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony on #GivingTuesday, November 29th. More details to come.

Location: Fulton Street between Water and South Streets, Seaport District NYC
Date: November 29th - December 31st

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