Fun Activities to Spice Up Your Summer
The nonprofit, The Alliance for Coney Island, is bringing you a FREE outdoor movie theater at Coney island this summer. Throughout July and August, a giant 40-foot inflatable screen will be displayed at the beach at West 10th Street. A variety of modern, classic and indie movies will be played, including a must watch "Jurassic Word" on July 11th!
As the weather heats up, come cool down at the the rooftop at the Dream Hotel for their first pool part of the summer. A $35 ticket will include exclusive pool access, unlimited Schöfferhofer grapefruit beer, Radeberger pilsner, a custom cocktail, light refreshments, and DJ Jeronimo spinning all night.
Come to the 2nd Annual Harlem Whiskey Festival, and celebrate Harlem's rich history and appreciation for whiskey. From 7pm to 10pm, you will have the opportunity to taste 30+ whiskeys, meet the distillers and munch on hors d'oeuvres. The after party is from 10pm to 12pm, and will include more whiskey and entertainment. The After Dark Cigar Lounge will be open from 12am to 2am, and will include cigars and even more whiskey. General Admission is $75. You must be 21 year old or older to attend this event. Please make sure to bring your printed ticket.
Visit the Guggenheim for an after-hours private viewing of the current exhibits the first Friday of every month, while listening to an eclectic range of music including R&B, Soul, Hip-Hop, and Reggae, while sipping on wine or beer from the cash bar with an upscale, artistic crowd. The limited general admission tickets are currently sold out for July 15. However, you can become a member by clicking here, to get into this and all other events, as well as redeem countless perks for a fee of $85.00.
Green-Wood will transform into a 19th-century pleasure garden to celebrate permanent resident William Niblo. An outdoor show and picnic will be held at the site of Niblo's grand mausoleum, featuring one-of-a-kind performances, i.e. fire eaters, contortionists, historical games, hot air balloons, etc. It is $37 per ticket, but members of the Green-Wood Historical Fund or Brooklyn Historical Society get $5 off.