NYC LIFE: Fabulous May Events, Renewal, Music, Broadway
One week from today our Renewal Summit will be in full swing. Great panels, exhibits, and speakers including Dr. Robi Ludwig, Lisa Oz (wife of Dr. Oz), Jane Hanson. Join us for this inspiring day. There are so many great events happening this month and we’re highlighting just a few of the many noteworthy ones. Two fabulous performers will be at Birdland, and for more music, Sandi Durrell has the full cabaret line up. Speaking of twos, Valerie Smaldone saw two plays in one day – All My Sons and Ink. One got a thumbs up and the other, not so much.
May 9. Gabrielle Carlson’s Mother’s Day Benefit Trunk Show
Please join us May 9 from 6 to 9 PM at Gabrielle Carlson’s beautiful Lexington Avenue Boutique. Learn how Plan International is helping mothers and children in dire need after Tropical Cyclone Idais caused widespread destruction and loss of life across Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe, affecting hundreds of thousands of people. Gabrielle is donating a portion of sales of her beautiful clothes designed for real women, to Plan International to support their efforts. 125 E. 47th St., NYC. 917 514 4433
May 11-12. Mother’s Day Garden Party
Celebrate with our biggest garden party yet at the New York Botanical Gardens. Enjoy a fun weekend of music, games, picnicking. Or dine at Hudson Garden Grill. It will be a perfect day in the most spectacular spring landscape New York City has to offer. Get the details.
May 14. Young Jazz Sensation at Birdland
Our special guest at our Tomatoes Got Talent show this year was 15-year-old Anais Reno who wowed the audience. She is setting the cabaret world on fire with her interpretations of the Great American songbook. She recently sold out at 54 Below, and now is your chance to hear her at Birdland. May 14 @ 7 PM. Get tickets now before she is sold out.
May 14. Understanding Social Security
Savvy Ladies is sponsoring a very informative FREE event. Many Americans think Social Security is simple and straightforward, often it is not. The bipartisan budget act made some significant changes to Social Security laws about claiming retirement and spousal benefits. Making a mistake when selecting your benefit option can cost thousands of dollars over the course of retirement. Learn more about this important program.
May 16. Joan Ryan Live! at Birdland
Award-winning Actress Joan Ryan brings her one woman show, Joan Ryan Live, to Birdland. Joined by special guest star Tony Award-winner Joanna Gleason, the evening will showcase Ryan’s fierce four-octave range alongside funny and poignant stories as she entertains the audience with her exciting repertoire of songs from Broadway and Pop Music. May 16 @ 7PM. Get details and tickets.
May 18-19. The 9th Avenue International Food Fetival
Already becoming a restaurant in spot for foodies, the festival which runs from 42nd to 57th Street, 9th Avenue will be the place to be. You’ll find a wide range of vendors and cuisines, entertainment and music. 10 to 6 PM both days.
May 21-Sept. 8. Shakespeare in the Park
It’s back! The Public Theater’s free Shakespeare in the park. First up is Much Ado About Nothing. You do need to a ticket, even though it’s free, so hurry up! Get details and tickets here.
June 7-8. “Mission: Getting to Next” Workshop
Carol Hyatt is hosting her next life changing workshop, “MISSION: Getting To Next”. This is a discovery workshop designed to assist professional women to uncover new possibilities and consider next steps for their careers.
Friday June 7, 2019 – 9:00am – 6:00pm | Saturday June 8, 2019 – 9:00am – 6:00 7 West 81st Street NYC, 10024 (across from Central Park) Pricing: Early bird SPECIAL until May 7 – $695 | Regular – $795 Register here.
For addition information contact: Madeline Klein email: firstname.lastname@example.org phone: (917) 796-2243