Winter walk scheduled for Murray Hill birders

January 19, 2018 by  

Murray Hill birders are invited to spend some time watching their feathered friends in Green-Wood who have stayed behind and braved the cold while their compatriots have traveled south.

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Event to wish Murray Hill a happy Chinese New Year

December 4, 2017 by  

Year of the Dog is coming up in the Chinese lunar calendar, and the Murry Hill area will be celebrating with a special event.

The festivities will include Chinese dance and music, as well as other examples of the country’s culture. It will be a family friendly function, and there will be lots to see and do for people of all ages.

The Kumble Center for the Performing Arts will act as the venue for this cultural event, and the well-known Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company will supply some of the entertainment. Golden Chinese dragons will take to the stage to the tune of folk music from China, and red lions will also be performing. A traditional marketplace is also on the agenda, and the entire show will run for approximately two hours with one intermission.

Tickets for this celebration of the lunar new year are being offered to the public at a price of $25.00 for adults and $12.50 for children. A discount if being offered for anyone who purchases passes for any three of the center’s eligible performances, and also for anyone who buys 15 or more passes for a single show. Poster printing can be utilized to produce advertising materials for this type of event.

This opportunity to take a cultural tour of china without ever having to leave home will be taking place on February 11, 2018. Anyone who is interested in finding out more can do so by visiting the Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts website.

Murray Hill area to host huge craft and maker pop-up

November 6, 2017 by  

An event that may be just what holiday shoppers are looking for is on the way to Murray Hill, and everyone is invited to join in the festivities.

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Murray Hill area to host anime Halloween mash up

October 8, 2017 by  

This Halloween, Eastern and Western culture will combine to create a Murray Hill area Halloween celebration with an anime theme.

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Mental health first aid training to be held in Murray Hill

September 5, 2017 by  

It is estimated that one in five Americans is living with a mental health issue, and during a session that will be held in the Murray Hill area, students will [Read more]

Pork to take pride of place during Murray Hill event

August 20, 2017 by  

Residents of Murray Hill and the surrounding Brooklyn neighborhoods are invited to go hog wild during an upcoming special event.

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Murray Hill kids invited to spend time with feline favorite

July 17, 2017 by  

Well-known children’s entertainer Pete the Cat will be coming to the Murray Hill area with a show that promises to be fun for people of all ages.

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Well-loved event set to return to Murray Hill area

June 28, 2017 by  

Niblo’s Garden will once again be hosting an evening party near Murray Hill, and all are invited to enjoy an evening of outdoor elegance.

Those who attend the function will be [Read more]

Murray Hill area event to focus in sustainability

May 24, 2017 by  

Murray Hill residents who are interested in finding ways to make their community a more sustainable place are invited to join with others who share their interest during an event that will raise both funds and awareness of the issue.

BkMSCC has organized a [Read more]

Murray Hill residents invited to explore area’s past

April 16, 2017 by  

During World War I, soldiers, marines, and sailors departed from New York on their way to fight in Europe, and members of the public from Murray Hill are invited to come and learn more about the experiences of these young men.

The New York Transit Museum will be hosting a special event that marks the centennial of The Great War. Participants can pack a picnic basket and retrace the route these military personnel would have taken on their way for training in Bronx’s Van Cortland Park.

Participants will ride out to the park where they can explore the grounds and, if they wish, they can opt to participate in a walking tour that will allow them to view some of the area’s sites that were important long ago. This portion of the activity will be led by a representative of the Bronx County Historical Society, and all are invited. Those who plan an event like this can use booklet printing to provide brochures that give further details about the experiences these men would have had before being deployed overseas.

The Nostalgia Ride to Van Cortland Park will depart from the museum on May 6 at 11:00 am and it will return in the afternoon. Guests can opt to take part in the guided tour or simply enjoy the ride. Additional information can be found on the institution’s website.

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