Fall Events in NYC: Picasso, The Mets, and More
The Picasso Sculpture Exhibit opens Monday at MoMA. The Mets are on a roll, and you can watch them in style with discounted tickets to the Hyundai Club. It’s great to enjoy the bright side of NYC, but let’s not forget there’s a dark side too. Here’s a shocking statistic: Queens, NY is the sex trafficking capital of the Northeast. Enterprising & Professional Women of NYC are hosting an event on this topic. Learn what you can do. , there’s still time to donate to St. Francis Food Pantry’s back to school program And make sure to get your tickets to our 3T Oct. 13th event, “Does Sexy Have an Expiration Date?”
Sept. 14, 2015-Feb. 7, 2016 Picasso’s Sculptures
Most of think of Picasso for his paintings, but he was also an accomplished sculptor. MoMa opens an exhibit on Sept. 14 featuring more than 100 of his sculptures. Picasso Sculpture is a sweeping survey of Pablo Picasso’s innovative and influential work in three dimensions. This will be the first such museum exhibition in the United States in nearly half a century. Get the details.
Watch the Mets, Club Style
Enjoy a Mets game in style with Hyundai Club tickets. These field level tickets allow access during the game to a premium location behind home plate where you can take a break from the stands and relax and enjoy drinks, snacks or a meal in comfort. The club area features a gourmet buffet with daily chef selections such as carved meats, pasta and non-alcoholic drinks, plus unlimited peanuts, popcorn, fresh baked cookies, ice cream sundaes and more, as well as a full cash bar. Get tickets discounted tickets $105 via Goldstar.
St. Francis Pantries Back to School Drive.
There’s still time to donate. Just $25 will buy a backpack filled with school supplies for a kid in need in New York City. Get the details.
Sept. 29 What You Need to Know about Sex Trafficking in our own back yard.
This $150 Billion industry is thriving here in NYC and around the world, trapping unsuspecting children, women and men into a life from which it is almost impossible to escape. Newsweek’s February 13, 2015 cover “Sex Slaves in America” identified Queens, NY as the Sex Trafficking Capital of the Northeast! The Entreprising and Professional Women of NYC are hosting a very informative evening that will shock you with the statistics but will also discuss what we can do to stop modern slavery. Get the details on the event.