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- Tue, Mar 08Online EventJoin us on a free virtual tour all over New York City to visit locations important to Women's History including the actual places where these inspirational and ground-breaking women lived.
- Sat, Feb 05Online Event via ZoomJoin us for this free online event as we visit both iconic and lesser known locations throughout New York City which teach us about Black History.
- Tue, Jan 11Online EventMany people have said that Hamilton was the ultimate New Yorker: an immigrant and a striver. We'll follow in his footsteps with a focus of his time in New York City. We'll see where he lived and worked and mix in a few songs from the musical.
- Sat, Nov 27New YorkThis guided walking tour traces the route of George Washington and his entourage on November 25, 1783 when our future first President made his triumphant return to Lower Manhattan at the end of the American Revolution.
- Sat, Nov 20New YorkJoin us for a grand tour of Central Park to enjoy fall foliage and the park's fascinating history, art and sculpture!
- Sat, Nov 13BronxJoin is for an autumn hike through the woods of Van Cortlandt Park in The Bronx, Unique features include a beautiful lake, dense woodlands, a historic house and interesting human and natural history.
- Thu, Nov 11Online PresentationNew York City is filled with many moving monuments and outdoor art honoring veterans who gave their lives for our country. This presentation features both well known and obscure works of art and sculpture that pay homage to our veterans all over NYC.
- Sat, Nov 06BrooklynAfter enjoying the fall foliage and learning about the human and natural history of Prospect Park, we'll visit the charming streets Victorian Flatbush, which has the largest collection of wood frame residential architecture in the United States.
- Sun, Aug 08New York
- Sun, Aug 01New YorkExplore the historic streets and the fascinating history of these 200 year old communities.
- Wed, Mar 03Online SeminarJoin us for a lively and informative free one hour seminar to break down the process of buying a home in New York City. Our panel includes a successful real estage agent, a mortgage specialist and a real estate attorney.
- Sat, Feb 27Online EventThere is perhaps no other neighborhood in NYC nor America like Morningside Heights, our city’s intellectual and spiritual capital, home to seven colleges and universities, the world's largest cathedral church (St. John the Divine), the towering Riverside Church and Grant's Tomb (pictured).
- Sat, Jan 23Online EventJoin us for this online non-competitive event where all the questions pertain to NYC's history, culture, neighborhoods, locations and personalities!
- Sun, Jan 17Online PresentationDr. King visited and gave speeches in NYC on many occasions between 1957-1968. Join us for the free online grand tour of some of these locations and events. King was in awe of the city and was warmly accepted here!
- Sat, Dec 05Online EventWhat’s the connection between Duke Ellington, Alexander Hamilton, Barnum and Bailey Circus and the first Macy’s Parade? All are part of the rich, multicultural history of two extraordinary Harlem neighborhoods: Hamilton Heights and Sugar Hill, among the distinct communities that surround the Broadwa
- Fri, Nov 27Online EventJoin us for this special day-after-Thanksgiving event to explore NYC's rich and multifacted history of helping our newest arrivals, the poor and people in crisis.