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Photo: Columbus’ ships in the Reales Alcazares, Sevilla, Spain.
Happy Columbus Day!!
Our offices will be closed Monday, October 10, 2011 in observance of the Federal Holiday of Columbus Day. We will reopen on Tuesday, October 11.
If you are in town for the weekend, NYC has a plethora of events to celebrate the Holiday weekend. Here are a few favorites:
NYC’s Columbus Day Parade:
NYC’s Columbus Day parade will take place on Monday, October 10th from 11:30 till 3 pm starting on Fifth Avenue at 44th Street, and continues north along Fifth Avenue to 79th Street. Come join over 35,000 marchers, over 100 bands, floats and contingents and nearly one million spectators enjoying the festivities! This year’s Grand Marshal Joseph Plumeri, is proud philanthropist, and Chairman and CEO of Willis Group Holdings. Special performances at the grandstand (located on Fifth Avenue between 67th and 69th Streets) will include Pia Toscano (American Idol 2011 Favorite) and the Italian Musical, ““The Italian Fairy” that’s just a sample of the notable performers. Visit the The Columbus Citizens Foundation for more information.
Metropolitan Museum of Art:
The Met will be open as part of the special Met Holiday Mondays! The Main Building of the Metropolitan Museum—select galleries, public restaurants, and shops—will be open from 9:30am to 5:30pm in honor of Columbus Day. The cafeteria, Petrie Court Café and Wine Bar, The American Wing Café and The Roof Garden Café will be open until 4:30pm. The Cloisters Museum and Gardens—the Museum’s branch in Northern Manhattan—is not open on Met Holiday Mondays.
Mad. Sq. Eats:
And last – but not least – right here in the neighborhood the market at Madison Square Park. With fall as the backdrop, Mad. Sq. Eats brings the best food from the city that always does it best. With a focus on great bites, the market will be centered in Worth Square on the west side of Madison Square Park between Fifth Avenue and Broadway, and 24th and 25th Streets. Featured fall vendors include Roberta’s Pizza, Asiadog, Momofuku Milk Bar, ilili, Sigmund’s, Bar Suzette, Calexico, Nunu Chocolates, and that’s just to name a few!
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