Things to do in New York this Saturday

Start your weekend the right way with our guide to brunch and the best events and places to go in the day and during the evening.

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Swing House

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 Oh, sneaky, sneaky. Party planners Gemini & Scorpio are bringing back their wildly successful,Prohibition-era speakeasy bash featuring burlesque, bands and beats, and you can only find out the location if you R.S.V.P.

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Circus Amok

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The fantastically queer, unapologetically political and surprisingly kid-friendly Circus Amok invades NYC's parks throughout September with acrobats, stilt walkers, clowns and other delights. Circus founder Jennifer Miller serves as ringleader.

  1. Tompkins Square Park Ave A, between 7th and 10th Sts
  2. Sat Sep 6 - Sun Sep 28
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MAD. SQ. 200: Historic Daytime Fair

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Can you believe it's been 200 years since Madison Square's been around? Lil‘ guy grew up so fast.

  1. Madison Square Park 23rd St to 26th St, between Fifth and Madison Aves, 10010
  2. Sat Sep 6
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Central Park Skate Circle

  • Free

The Central Park Dance Skater Association’s weekend get-togethers have been a fixture on the park's calendar for decades. 

  1. Central Park Skate Circle midpark, enter at Central Park West and W 72nd St or Fifth Ave and E 72nd St
  2. Sat Sep 6 - Sun Oct 12
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Bryant Park Games

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Entertain yourself on your day off with over 35 table games, including Scrabble, Mancala, dominoes and Jenga. If you come solo, select a worthy opponent at the Games Social. Feeling strategic? Stick around for the mah-jongg marathon from 1 to 7pm. See the games attendant for setup.

  1. Bryant Park Sixth Ave, between 40th and 42nd Sts
  2. Mon Sep 1
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Brooklyn Flea

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The Brooklyn Flea is back outside on Saturdays in Fort Greene and Sundays in Williamsburg .

  1. East River State Park 90 Kent Ave, at North 8th St
  2. Sat Sep 6 - Sun Nov 23
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Chris F
Chris F

What about the Belmont Stakes? The world will be watching to see if the 1st Triple Crown winner will happen since 1978 and only the 12th in 130 years!!!