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Awesome NYC Events You Won’t Want To Miss This Weekend

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Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out these awesome NYC events!

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1. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Musical– December 13-18, 2016

It’s not too late to miss this holiday classic! See your favorite characters from Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer on stage in this live action musical. As a bonus, get there early to take part in “The Reindeer Games”; carnival style games for all ages!

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2. Paul Winter’s 37th Annual Winter Solstice Celebration– December 15,16 & 17, 2016

Celebrate the holidays with this wonderful performance of music and dance. Enjoy the musicians, vocalists, dancers, and 25 drummers of The Forces of Nature Dance Theater as a holiday alternative to the Nutcracker and Radio City’s Christmas Spectacular.

3. Festive Holiday Lunch Cruise– December 16, 2016

For those looking for a luxury dining with a view experience, climb aboard the Hornblower! Bring the holidays in with a splash as you feast on a lunch buffet with awesome panoramic views of NYC. Although this is might make a dent in your wallet, it would be a perfect holiday gift for a small group of loved ones!

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4. That Physics Show– Begins December 17, 2016

Even if you hated science class in school, you’ll love this exciting and entertaining show that makes physics fun. By using the “magic” of science and physics, David Maiullo demonstrates experiments done in classrooms in an exciting way in this Off-Broadway performance made for adults and children of all ages.

5. Unsilient Night– December 18, 2016

Participate in this unique caroling experience. Here’s how it works: Everyone participating downloads one of four original tracks and brings any kind of speakers or anything that amplifies sound. On the cue, everyone plays one track at the same time, making up the complete original composition, Unsilent Night. Every participant plays a different part simultaneously, which creates a special and unique sound. So grab your boombox and join the parade!

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