Between October 15 and October 24, the fourth annual Chinatown Arts Week will feature a night market of arts and food featuring a bilingual performance from vocalist and saxophonist Stephanie Chou, a large-scale crochet mural to be installed in Columbus Park by the Chinatown Yarn Circle, a live art installation featuring vignettes of Chinese dance, traditional papercut art, and classical Chinese instrumental music, two exhibitions of works from the Asian American Arts Centre collection, a sword and long fan dance from Red Silk Dancers followed by a flowing dance workshop, and a dance party featuring vinyls from the Asian diaspora to celebrate a new mural on a neighborhood newsstand. Check out the full schedule here.
If you're looking for the best things to do in NYC this week or even today, there are tons of fun options. Head to Honk Fest NYC for some live street band performances, a magical pre-Hallows' evening at Housing Works and celebrate Day of the Dead at The Garret Coctelería. For more ideas, scroll down to see this week's best things to do in NYC.
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