Spring is a great time of year in New York, the snow starts to melt away and we start to remember what warmer days feel like. Spring is also a great time to get out and enjoy all that the city has to offer and Spring 2015 is no different, it is packed with fun things to do. Here are some activities and events you may want to mark on your calender.
Macy’s Flower Show – Broadway Plaza will host an array of beautiful flower arrangements for two weeks at this years Macy’s Flower Show. Starting March 22 and running through April 4, there will be plenty to see and do. Enjoy live music, activities for the kids, seminars, and an abundance of beautiful floral arrangements.
Home Openers – Get out and enjoy the true feel of warmer days at a baseball home opener. There is no better day to attend a game than the first game of the season. The Mets home opener will be on March 31 at Citi Field, whilst the Yankees will play their first game on April 7 at Yankees Stadium.
American Ballet Theater’s 75th Anniversary Celebration – The American Ballet Theater turns 75 this year and as a special celebration they will be taking over the Metropolitan Opera House Stage for an eight week run. Starting on May 11 you will be able to enjoy performances by beautiful dances, including Paloma Herrera and Xiomara Reyes. Tickets can be purchased through the American Ballet Theater website.
TD Five Boro Bike Tour - New York City is working hard to become a great place for cyclists to live and this bike race is a great way to get on your bike and get involved. Winding through all five boroughs this traffic free 40 mile course is a great way to take in the surrounding areas. This tour is not a race and cyclists are encouraged to set their own pace as they bike through the city. If you don’t own a bike you can grab a seat and watch as 32,000 cyclists hit the streets of New York.
Memorial Day Parades – The five boroughs all have a unique way of honoring those that made the ultimate sacrifice for us, you can catch a parade in your own neighborhood or attend a parade in a surrounding neighborhood. The Little Neck-Douglaston parade, which is reported to be one of the largest is a crowd favorite, whilst Brooklyn’s memorial day parade is one of the oldest parades and starts at 87th Street and Third Avenue. If you prefer a smaller celebration Inwood parade starts at Dyckman Street and Broadway.
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