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Great Events For Thanksgiving Weekend 2017

Happy Holidays! Here are the most interesting events for this Thanksgiving Weekend at New York. Really cool things are going to happen and you should definitely be part of it. So, grab the coat, call the gang and have a great time!

1. Harry Potter Parody |November 22 – Jan. 14, 2018

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Puffs is about the mediocre students of Hogwarts School, lovable underachieving wizards notdestined to save the world from evil, at New World Stages.

Discount tickets $47.



2. Thanksgiving Day Parade |November 23, 2017 (9 a.m.)

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Watch giant balloons, floats, marching bands, clowns, and performers as Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade [website has sound] goes down Central Park West and 6th Avenue. Route map. Free.

3. African Film Festival |November 24 – Dec. 10, 2017


See dozens of films focused on the lives of African people during African Diaspora International Film Festival (ADIFF), with most screenings at Teachers College at Columbia University.


4. Cocktail Show | November 24, 2017 – Feb. 24, 2018

Are you a cocktail connoisseur? A history buff? A science geek? Or do you just love extraordinary theater? If so, then THE IMBIBLE musical comedies are the perfect Off-Broadway experience for you!Since 2014, THE IMBIBLE Off-Broadway shows have combined music and comedy with history, science, and of course drinks to take audiences on journeys through time and around the world while learning about cocktails and spirits! Created by internationally-acclaimed beverage educator Anthony Caporale, THE IMBIBLE Off-Broadway shows consistently receive rave reviews from both critics and guests alike. All shows include three complimentary craft cocktails!

Discount tickets $39 to $49.

5. 18th Annual Winter’s Eve at Lincoln Square | Mon. Nov. 27, 2017


Winter’s Eve at Lincoln Square features a 5:30 p.m. tree lighting in Dante Park, musicians, dancers, street performers, tastes of 30 local restaurants, and activities for children along Broadway (from Columbus Circle to 70th Street). Free.

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