NYC Life: Fall Benefits, Cabaret, Broadway, Museums
The fall season is in full swing. In addition to our upcoming film screening event and our annual wine trip to Long Island’s vineyards, there are several wonderful benefits for great causes like helping girls succeed and supporting our veterans, plus fun musical events, art shows and so much more.
Sept. 8-9. The Gracie Square Art Show
Head to the Carl Schurz Park this weekend to the 46th annual Gracie Square Art Show. Staged in one of the prettiest and peaceful waterside parks in New York City, the Art Show attracts over 100 regionally and nationally celebrated artists. Buy one-of-a-kind paintings, photographs, and sculptures, and enjoy a day of inspiring activities for the whole family. All proceeds go towards the upkeep, restoration and renovation of Carl Schurz Park. 10:00am to 5:00pm [Rain or Shine]. Carl Schurz Park, East End Avenue & East 86th Street. Get more details.
Sept. 26. VIP Premiere Screening Invite
Join us for the U.S. premiere of “Mother’s Imprint”. Filmmaker Kata Olah brings her mother’s story to the world – a story of being born a Jew in Budapest in 1940, of losing her identity which saved her life when the Nazis arrived, living under Communism, the revolution of 1956 and the regime change in 1989. Join us foraremarkable evening that will include a wine reception, screening, and Q&A with director Kata Olah and her mother. Tickets are $25.
Sept 26. “AGELESS WONDERS: A Grown up kids Guide to Growing Newer”
Okay Tomatoes, here’s a show for us. Mindy Fradkin, writer, actress and hat designer with a comic flair will perform her one woman show about ageism in collaboration with United Solo Festival. This musical/dramedy promises to shed light on the benefits of entering the club of senior wonderhood. Sept. 26, 3:30 PM Show at Theater Row, 410 West 42nd Street, NYC. Tickets: Telecharge 212-239-6200, or http://unitedsolo.org/us/agelesswonders-2018
September 29. A Cabaret Comedy
Jeanne Marino (one of our Tomatoes Got Talent Show finalists) is bringing her next cabaret comedy show to The Triad. She is laugh out loud funny and you will love her song parodies. A fun night out. 7PM, $20 + 2 drink min. Get tickets.
Sept. 30. Join the 3Ts In the Vineyards
Join us for 10th annual trip to the vineyards of the North Fork of Long Island. Every trip has been great, but this one will even more special. We’ll travel by a luxury coach bus with two pick up points – NYC and Hicksville, and then head to the North Fork and visit three wonderful vineyards. Wine tastings, picnic lunch, transportation, fabulous gift bags, bus prizes and a very fun group, all for $110. Get details and tickets.
Oct. 1. Benefit Concert Honoring Chita Rivera
Head to Carnegie Hall for a song fest honoring the fabulous Chita Rivera for “Touch the Sky” a benefit for NYC’s first fully inclusive playground. Performers include Liz Callaway, Jim Caruso, Melissa Errico, Joan Ryan, Ali Stroker,and Billy Stritch. Get all the details.
Oct. 10. Let’s Change the Future for Girls
Please join the head tomato and other members of the NYC Leadership Council as we celebrate International Day of the Girl in support of Plan International USA’s “Because I am a Girl” programs. Too often, girls are prevented from realizing their rights like learning, leading, and deciding when and whether to marry and have children. They are silenced and excluded from the choices that shape their futures. But together we can change that. The evening includes a wine reception, food, a fab silent auction, and an inspiring program. Get the details.
Oct. 18. “It’s Just a Number”
Ageless and very talented Tomato Bobbie Horowitz is hosting her next “It’s Just a Number” at Don’t Tell Mama. At these events, she honors people over 50 who’ve created something new and fab in their lives. Three very special people who have overcome major health issues will be feted by some terrific performers, including Don’t Tell Mama’s Sidney Myer. It will be an inspiring and entertaining evening. Tickets are $20 + drink min. 7 PM show. Get the details.
Nov. 10. “A Galaxy of Stars to Benefit Our Veterans”
Two of our Three Tomatoes partners, veterans advocate Anne Akers and Randie Levine Miller are presenting a fabulous afternoon of music at the Triad thanking our military, first responders, and veterans for their service. Randie will host and perform along with Tony LoBianco, Lee Roy Reams, The Janes, Steve Maglio, James Valenti. All proceeds to Operation Warrior Shield and VETWELL, “Healing the Hidden Wounds of War.” The TRIAD, Nov. 10 at 3:00 PM. Tickets are $55 + 2 drink minimum.