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Welcome to the September edition of Inbox Concierge! Enjoy our list of carefully curated events and activities to take part in all month long. Please let me know if you attend any of the events and what you thought of them. Have a great month and please let me know if you need any assistance with your real estate needs.

All the best,
Steven Segretta
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Prospect Heights

Pierre Cardin: Future Fashion
Delve into legendary couturier Pierre Cardin’s atelier and archives at this Brooklyn Museum exhibition.

Riverdale

Wave Hill Garden Walk
Spend Labor Day exploring Wave Hill, where you will get a tour of seasonal garden highlights.
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Midtown

Broadway Week
Take advantage of Broadway Week, when you get half-priced tickets to some of the most spectacular shows on now. Broadway Week ends on September 16.
Upper West Side

Family History Experience 
Learn about New York’s historical documents and find out techniques to research your own family’s history during this New York Genealogical and Biographical Society event.
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Meatpacking District

Autumn Knight: Sanity TV
At this Whitney performance, Autumn Knight serves as the host of an imaginary talk show that includes improvisation and audience involvement.
SoHo

Chris Turner: White Boy
British improv sensation Chris Turner makes his New York debut at SoHo Playhouse, where he will present a one-man comedy and hip hop spectacular.

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Prospect Park

USA Today Wine & Food Experience 
Savor the Brooklyn culinary scene with tastings, demos, chef meet and greets, and appearances by Antoni Porowski and Alex Guarnaschelli.
Downtown Brooklyn

FAD Market
Visit the fall edition of FAD Market, featuring over 50 talented makers and designers and their apparel, jewelry, home furnishings, paper goods, and more.
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Upper East Side

Fall Foliage 
Explore the northern part of Central Park with Ken Chaya, an urban naturalist who has walked every acre of the park and mapped its trails, landscapes, and trees.
Hell’s Kitchen

Laureus Fashion Show
This one-of-a-kind gala features star athletes who will walk the runway in support of Laureus, which serves young people in underserved communities through sport.
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Upper West Side

Table of Silence
Reflect and commemorate the day at this performance featuring 100 dancers as they complete a ritualistic ceremony focused on peace.
Kips Bay

What’s New, What’s Next 
Join the New York Design Center for the most anticipated interior design event of the season, the What’s New, What’s Next showcase.
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Park Slope

Dandy Wellington
Enjoy an outdoor concert by Dandy Wellington, a bandleader and entertainer who blends Jazz Age vibes with a contemporary edge. This Old Stone House event is sponsored by the Saghir Lewis Team.
The Bronx

Nation Beat
See the NYBG’s exhibition of Brazilian landscape artist Roberto Burle Marx and enjoy a performance by Nation Beat, an American/Brazilian collective fusing maracatu drumming with New Orleans rhythms.
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Harlem

African American Day Parade
Don’t miss the 50th annual African American Day Parade, celebrating African American culture, community, and excellence.

Various Locations

Brooklyn Book Festival
Literary stars, emerging authors, and festive citywide events will mark the Brooklyn Book Festival, the largest free literary event in New York City.

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Upper East Side

Face to Face: The Art of Human Connection
Hear longtime business partners Ron Howard and Brian Grazer discuss Grazer’s new book about face-to-face interaction and human connection.
Various Locations

New York Oyster Week
Shuck, slurp, and toast to the importance of oysters in New York’s history (and our own palettes) during Oyster Week, happening September 13-29.

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Upper East Side

Ruth Bader Ginsburg in Conversation 
Hear Ruth Bader Ginsburg discuss her quarter of a century on the Supreme Court and the state of the nation during this conversation with philanthropist David Rubenstein.
Flushing

Queens Botanical Garden Farmers Market
Head to Queens Botanical Garden not only to enjoy the urban oasis, but also to pick up fresh produce from Down to Earth’s farmers market, open Fridays through November.
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Governors Island

Vendy Awards
An annual street food competition that crowns the city’s best street vendors, the Vendy Awards features unlimited food and drink. Don’t miss the final year of this beloved community event!
Fort Greene

Fort Greene House Tour
Explore the captivating homes and history of one of Brooklyn’s most exciting neighborhoods as you take a self-guided walking tour through some of its streets and townhouses.
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Harlem

Ta-Nehisi Coates in Conversation
Bestselling author Ta-Nehisi Coates will take the Apollo stage to discuss his latest work, The Water Dancer, a magical tale of an enslaved boy determined to escape.
The Bronx

Rose Garden Dinner
Attend a cocktail reception at the Botanical Garden, where you will get an exclusive tour of the Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden, followed by an elegant dinner and dancing.
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Upper East Side

Antigone
The stage becomes a flowing river in this new production of Sophocles’ Antigone, presented by Japanese director Satoshi Miyagi.
Upper East Side

To Fix the Image in Memory
See The Met’s retrospective of Latvian-American artist Vija Celmins’ work, featuring paintings, drawings, sculptures, and prints.
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East Village

Under the Stars
Join the NYSPCC’s Junior Society at The Penthouse at The Standard for a cocktail party benefiting vulnerable children.
Randall’s Island 

Vegandale
Everything at Vegandale is vegan, so get ready to indulge in delicious food and drink that’s also eco- and animal-friendly.
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Inwood

35th Annual Medieval Festival
Dress in your best medieval-inspired garb and make your way to Fort Tryon Park, where minstrels, jesters, and knights will set the mood for this festive celebration of all things Middle Ages.
Meatpacking District

Order and Ornament: Roy Lichtenstein’s Entablatures
This Whitney exhibition presents an array of works Roy Lichtenstein created in the 1970s, inspired by the façades and motifs he encountered in Lower Manhattan.
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