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Check out The Vibe of the Village Festival @ Museum of the City of New York

We hope to see you at the Museum this weekend! 
All events are free with Museum admission; breakout sessions additional cost.

SATURDAY EVENTS

Throughout the Day:

Get Tickets to Breakout Sessions:

Capturing the Vibe:
Photojournalists & The Voice

Saturday, November 23, 1pm

Vince Aletti talks photography withAmy ArbusJames HamiltonSylvia Plachy, and Harvey Wang.

New York’s “Magic Mirror”:
Writers & The Voice

Saturday, November 23, 3pm

Susan BrownmillerRichard GoldsteinGreg Tate, and Guy Trebay consider their experiences covering politics and culture for theVillage Voice with Ada Calhoun.

SPECIAL OFFER: Use code VIBE for $15 tickets!
MEMBERS – An additional discount will be applied at checkout (no code needed).

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Saturday Evening:

  • 4– 7pm  Happy Hour at the bar!
  • 4:30–6pm – Heidi Clark and the Troubadours play classic jazz with vocal harmonies.
  • 5pm & 6:30pm – A program of short, experimental films curated by theMaysles Documentary Center.
  • 6–7pm – Poetry readings and performances curated by The Poetry Project. Hosted by Pamela Sneed and featuring Brenda CoultasJohn Godfrey, Andriniki Mattis, Jayson P. Smith, and Morgan Vo.

Get Concert Tickets:

Voices of the Village with David Amram & Friends
Saturday, November 23, 8pm

Multi-instrumentalist and composerDavid Amram leads a coffeehouse-style concert celebrating the music of the Village featuring Tom Chapin,
Paquito D’Rivera, Lea DeLaria, andMartha Redbone.

SPECIAL OFFER: Use code VIBE1 for $39 tickets!
MEMBERS – An additional discount will be applied at checkout (no code needed).

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SUNDAY EVENTS

All events are free with Museum admission! Join us for a day of family fun with interactive performances, poetry writing, and art making. These activities are designed to get you thinking and moving freely in spaces that reflect the heyday of the Village, from the art studio to the coffee shop to the park!

  • 10am–6pm – Browse the Makers’ Market featuring arts, crafts, and food.
  • 11am–3pm  Take part in art-making activities based on happenings popular in the 1960s.
  • 11am–3pm – Join a scavenger hunt in The Voice of the Village: Photographs by Fred W. McDarrah
  • 11:30am, 12pm, & 12:30pm – Josh Levine and Vanisha Gould perform international folk favorites.
  • 1:15–2pm & 2:15–3pm – Naomi Extra leads two 45-minute poetry writing workshops based on Shel Silverstein’s Where the Sidewalk Ends. (With free hot chocolate!)

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