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NYC Things To Do: January, 2019

Updated 20 weeks ago
NYC Things To Do: January, 2019

Sadly, especially with Hudson's new and improved holiday decorations brightening Main Street, organized events have ended on Roosevelt Island. But don't despair. The Daily's on the case. We've found a bunch of activities for all ages and tastes, easy get to, starting now. Enjoy.

Until January 6th: Angelina Ballerina, A Very Merry Holiday Musical. "The Very Merry Holiday Musical! Angelina and her friends are planning an absolutely positively spectacular holiday dance pageant; the best in all of Mouseland! When a mix-up prevents the pageant from going on, Angelina and her friends must use their creativity to save the show." Transfer from an F Train to a Q at 63rd & Lex, then transfer to a Van Cortlandt Park Bound 1 Train at 42nd Street, exit at 79 St and Broadway, walk three blocks to the McGinn/Cazale Theatre, 2162 Broadway at 76th Street, 4th Floor.

Until January 6th, Noon to 6:00 p.m. Holiday Time in PaleyLand. "The Paley Center for Media celebrates the joy of the season with a special family-friendly experience. It’s Holiday Time in PaleyLand features continuous daily screenings of beloved classic holiday TV programs from the Paley Archive. Families can also enjoy special holiday activities like arts and crafts, dreidel games, and FREE hot cocoa!" Take an F Train to Rockefeller Center, walk two blocks north to The Paley Center for Media in New York 25 West 52 Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues.

 

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