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Community Calendar

Don't forget you can always find many, many up-to-date listings about community events here on WABC-7 and here on NYC.gov

South Street Seaport Museum Exhibition - Millions: Migrants and Millionaires aboard the Great Liners, 1900-1914

Ongoing through Thursday, September 21

Location: 5 Bryant Park, 1065 Sixth Avenue between 40th and 41st Streets

As part of its 50th year celebration as the Seaport's cultural anchor, the South Street Seaport Museum presents a celebratory exhibition Millions: Migrants and Millionaires aboard the Great Liners, 1900-1914.


Urby Staten Island Hosts Pop-Up Shop

Ongoing through Sunday, August 20

Location: Urby Staten Island, 7-8 Navy Pier Court, Staten Island, NY 10304

Lola Star, the Dreamland Roller Rink creator and design diva who got her start opening her famed eponymous Coney Island boardwalk store 17 years ago, is bringing her eclectic boutique to Staten Island Urby, the unique residential rental concept on Staten Island's North Shore. Staten Island Urby will open a Lola Star pop-up shop on May 13th, featuring new Staten Island themed merchandise, to celebrate Lola's new permanent location at Urby later in the summer.


Lincoln Center Festival

Ongoing July 10 through 30

Location: Lincoln Center, Upper West Side, NYC

The Lincoln Center Festival, 7/10 - 7/30, presents dance, music, opera, and theater by artists from around the world.


Picturing Female Robots and Androids

SATURDAY, APRIL 22 - SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2017

Location: New York Hall of Science, 47-01 111th Street, Corona, NY

This temporary installation gives visitors a deeper understanding of how science fiction ideas and concepts might become the science reality of tomorrow. Hands-on exhibits incorporate robots, holograms and augmented reality.



Villagers Theatre Yellow Brick Road Fundraiser

Ongoing through Friday, June 30, 2017

Location: Villagers Theatre, 475 Demott Lane, Somerset, NJ 08873

Museum visitors can view images of female robots, mannequins and dolls in films, television, video games and more. Robots, androids, mannequins and dolls reflect our age-old efforts to create artificial beings that look amazingly lifelike. They also reveal to us our changing views of women.