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Framing the Village Exhibition

Revelation Gallery at St John's in the Village 218 W 11th Street, NY

By the 1850s, the Village was a living art colony and by the time sculptor and heiress Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney established her first gallery in MacDougal Alley in 1907 there was an embarrassment of riches for her to choose from.


Hard Travelin’ Walking Tour: The Village Folk Scene, Before and After Bob Dylan

Abingdon Square Veterinary Clinic 130 West 10th Street, New York

When Bob Dylan thumbed his way from Minneapolis to New York in January 1961, he was drawn by the siren call of Woody Guthrie, who was part of a folk scene with deep roots in Greenwich Village, where Washington Square Park had long been a gathering place for singers and guitar pickers.

$25 – $30

Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Sites Tour

Washington Square Arch at Fifth Avenue & Washington Square North NY

On the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Sites Tour, fans can step back in time and follow in the footsteps of Midge as they get a swanky peek into 1950s Manhattan. They'll […]

$25 – $30

Bringing It All Back Home to Washington Square
with The Klezmatics and Joshua Nelson
Free outdoor concert

Garibaldi Plaza Washington Square Park, New York, NY

Geographically and spiritually, Washington Square has always been the center of the Village. Bohemia’s beating heart. A place to gather, whether to protest or just hang out, often with a guitar. The now-traditional Village Trip concert in the Park, headlined this year by Grammy-winning local heroes The Klezmatics, celebrates Greenwich Village as “a state of mind with no boundaries.”


Heather Patterson King: The Voices in my Head

Pangea NYC 178 2nd Ave, NY

Join Heather Patterson King on a humorous and reflective musical journey through the voices that made her the performer she is today.

$20 – $25

Village Composers and Stephen Dembski, featuring soprano Sharon Harms

Tenri Cultural Institute 43A West 13th Street, NY

Greenwich Village, has a thriving music scene represented in this program of newer and recent works by a diverse group of Village composers. This program of music is dedicated to the memory of composer Stephen Dembski, long-time West Village resident, who died suddenly in summer 2021.

$15 – $20

Amanda Reckonwith Returns

Pangea NYC 178 2nd Ave, NY

International diva and Broadway legend in her own mind, “Amanda Reckonwith“ Returns! (after a 25 year retirement/rest cure) to razzle dazzle with high comedy and even higher notes!