Summer at StuyTown

Summers in StuyTown are unlike summer anywhere else. Family-Fun, Entertainment on the Oval, and Frequent Fitness for the whole family between Memorial Day and Labor Day 2018. See below for the full summer schedule of music, movies, and summertime magic for all ages. Events are only for ST&PCV residents and their guests.


Weekly: StuyTown Summer Camp

An all-inclusive residential Summer Camp for children ages 3 – 5 and 6 – 9; weekly starting June 25 until August 31 featuring daily indoor and outdoor activities such as; splash-time, arts & crafts, volleyball, basketball, soccer & paddle-tennis, and interactive fitness activities, indoor games, and movie-time. Click here to register and find more info.


Tuesdays: Family Fun Night 

Weekly; Starting May 29 | 5 – 7 pm
Fun & games each week all summer long with the Recreation team! Alternating weekly entertainment and activities each week, such as; Bounce Houses, Carnival-Mania, Face Painters, Balloon Artists, Lawn Games, Street Performers and more.


Wednesdays: Themed Movies on the Oval 

Wednesdays; Starting Wednesday, May 30 | 5pm: Family Fun Film; 7 pm: Cult Classics

May 30: The Jungle Book (PG, 2016) / When Harry Met Sally (R)
Jun 6: The LEGO Batman Movie (PG) / Grease (PG-13)
Jun 13: Beauty & The Beast (PG, 2017) / Happy Gilmore (PG-13)
Jun 20: Goonies (PG) / Dirty Dancing (PG-13)
Jun 27: Emoji Movie (PG) / Crazy Stupid Love (PG-13)
Jul 4: No Films
Jul 11: Moana (PG) / Legally Blonde (PG-13)
Jul 18: Coco (PG) / Meet the Parents (PG-13)
Jul 25: Ghostbusters (PG) / The Birdcage (R)
Aug 1: Minions (PG) / Ferris Bueller's Day Off (PG-13)
Aug 8: The LEGO Ninjago Movie (PG) / Singin' in the Rain (PG)
Aug 15: Angry Birds (PG) / How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (PG-13)
Aug 22: Kubo & the Two Strings (G) / Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (PG-13)
Aug 29: The Secret Life of Pets (PG) / Top Gun (PG)


Thursdays: Music on the Oval

Starting May 31 | 6 - 8pm

Meet up at the Oval every Thursday night and catch some of NYC’s emerging artists - from rock to reggae, Americana, Pop and more.

May 31: Zoe Kessler
Folksy grass roots vocal guitarist and local singer-songwriter.


Jun 7: Heather Maloney
Joni Mitchell-esque American Singer Songwriter.


Jun 14: Bill Popp & the Tapes
Dance grooves & poetic punk in the classic tradition of The Beatles & REM.


Jun 21: Dimi Ditrow Trio
Jazz drummer, music aficionado, and educator.

Jul 5: PlayShoes
A NYC experimental punk band with a pinch of post bop and tantalizing thirst.


Jul 12: Daddy Long Legs
Rootsy rock n’ roll, country and blues.


Jul 19: Breanna Barbara
Self-described as "occult blues" reimagined as a witchy and psychedelic.


Jul 26: Them Fangs
We bring the vibe with this cool Brooklyn Rock trio.


Aug 2: Adam Smale
Intriguing voyeuristic experience for the audience — a journey of improvised conversations between the trio, bridging classic jazz with exciting modern sensibilities.

Aug 9: Zuli
The sweet spot of a Sixties-tinged summer hit like the Beach Boys & Weezer.


Aug 16: The National Reserve
Mining an archetypal musical seam, marrying gutbucket R&B, Laurel Canyon lyricism, New Orleans funk workouts, late night soul, and boozy rock ‘n’ roll to create their own timeless brand of Americana music.


Aug 23: Moonshine Falls
Moonshine Falls bridges the gap between Traditional Bluegrass and the New Blue Movement, creating a sound that is steeped in tradition without drowning in it.


Aug 30: SoulCake
The legendary Joff Wilson on guitar teams up with Sara Fendley on bass and Laura Sativa on flute to create SoulCake - an indie rock n roll outfit playing all original music.


Sept 6: Joe Solo
Your favorite guitarist classics from 70s, 80s, 90s, and now.



Fridays: “Coffee House Covers” Live at Five Stuy Café

Weekly; Starting May 25 | 5:30 – 8:30 pm
Relax under the stars at the Five Stuy Café for coffee, tea, dinner, and snacks along with live music from a rotating schedule of talented musicians.