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By homeis in NY & NJ  ·  April 26, 2019

Things to do this weekend (27-28/4) across NY/NJ

A bit cold, a bit rainy, but a lot of very cool things to do this weekend across the Tri State. Just pick a spot and go for it! Feel free to add your own

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Sakura Cherry Blossom Festival in Brooklyn Botanic Garden

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Last chance to see the amazing cherry blossom in a unique Japanese festival in the amazin g botanical gardens. Bring your kids along. Open both Saturday and Sunday!
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Holland Ridge Farms Tulip Festival

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Beautiful trip day for parents and kids in NJ!!! Holland Ridge Farms got its roots opening the first Tulip Festival in April 2018, on central New Jersey farmland, now the largest on the East Coast. The tulip fields planted on over 50 acres of beautiful grounds, and the farm, which sits on over 153 acres, boasts lovingly restored barns, housing something special for everyone including a few furry barnyard friends. Colorful tulips can be seen everywhere each Spring in Holland and now in New Jersey, the beginning of his dream, Holland Ridge Farms. Stop by the barns, when you arrive. You'll find, Hollandwood Theatre, Good 'ole Days Museum and Hollandshop, all with a little touch of Holland for everyone to enjoy. Pick a basket of tulips at the largest U-Pick spot on the East Coast! At Holland Ridge Farms we are committed to tulips and will continue to plant more rows of tulips each year.
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Saturday: Car Free Earth Day

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For one day only, you'll have the chance to gallivant around a mile-long stretch of Broadway without having to look both ways!!! During the event, a series of activations and performances will occupy six different rest stops: Times Square (42nd Street and Broadway), Garment (38th Street and Broadway), Herald Square (34th Street and Broadway), City Zone (26th Street and Broadway), Flatiron (23rd Street and Broadway), and Union Square (17th Street and Broadway). From 9am to 3pm on the Saturday after Earth Day (Saturday, April 27), the city is making thirty blocks of Broadway between 42nd Street and 17th Streets completely car-free. The initiative, now in its fourth year, gives New Yorkers a chance to imagine a world that prioritizes pedestrians and cyclists over four-wheelers.  Throughout the entire stretch, city agencies and nonprofit groups will host a series of environmental programs that promote activism and provide education on things like climate change and sustainability. There are certainly plenty of ways to promote environmental awareness on Earth Day—but this event is likely the most entertaining.
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Smorgasburg

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Smorgasburg is the largest weekly open-air food market in America, attracting 20,000-30,000 people to Brooklyn each weekend to eat from 100 local vendors. Open in Williamsburg on Saturdays and in Prospect Park on Sunday. An amazing place to eat well in great Brooklyn neighborhoods
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Consider yourself a travel-loving foodie? Queens Night Market is your one-stop shop in NYC to discover bites from 80 countries. Try a diverse range of grub that runs the gamut from Middle Eastern stews and Barbadian fishballs to Romanian-Hungarian chimney cake and tacos al pastor. The open-air bazaar operates from 5pm to midnight every Saturday, but the market has more to offer aside from fulfilling your late-night food cravings. Plus, stick around for the performances of Bollywood dancers, Indian electronica tunes, DJs and more.
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Grand Finale of Holi In The City at Stage 48

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Last party of the year on Sat the 27th! Join a beautiful crowd at Stage48 and get painted in reds, yellows, greens, pinks and enjoy the last accord of the Festival of colors in style with food, drinks, and the amazing beats by NYC's Top Entertainers. Some people say this is the the happiest day party in New York City! Make sure to wear white because this party gets colorful. Enjoy musical performances, delicious food, and an afternoon of messy, color fun! Hope you all can make it!
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Saturday, 10am to 3pm. A fun FREE event hosted by NYC Parks and the Walt Disney Company - the 12th Annual Street Games at Thomas Jefferson Park in East Harlem! Join for a throwback party to play retro games from the '60s and '70s, dance to classic music, and watch live performances. The event is open to all ages and abilities.
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Earth Day Celebration, Prospect Park

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Sunday, 1pm-4pm. oin Prospect Park Alliance and community partners for our annual Earth Day Celebration at the Prospect Park Audubon Center! This environmental extravaganza, which focuses this year on protecting Prospect Park’s beloved animal species. Earth Day attendees will enjoy arts and crafts, discovery walks, catch-and-release fishing and of course nature games throughout this jam packed afternoon of activities, all set to the funky tunes of a live DJ!
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New York's Margarita March!

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Saturday, 12pm-3pm SHARP in Greenwich Village! The NYC Margarita March is an awesome day of fun, excitement, entertainment and of course, excellent Margaritas! Enjoy the best Margaritas at 8 of NYC’s leading bars and restaurants, all included in your ticket. The event costs $65 but you can drink as much as you want after! Lots of people and amazing vibes!
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Camden comic con

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Célèbre tes Comic Icon préférée et c'est gratuit ! Ça risque d'être marrant !
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New Jersey Folk Festival

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All day Saturday! The 45th Anniversary of the event will be welcoming themes from the past 4 years: Maritime, Bluegrass Showcase, Turkish Traditions, and the Native Americans of New Jersey! There will be live music and dance performances, an astounding array of crafts and food vendors as well as children's activities and heritage demonstrations.
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The Orchid Show from Singapore - Last Day!

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Last weekend to see this dazzling tribute to the “City in a Garden” soars to new heights with thousands of orchids climbing to the sky. Singapore—where the national flower is an orchid—is the inspiration for the 17th annual Orchid Show. Elevate your interest in these storied flowers that are an integral part of the island’s culture and landscape. Developed in partnership with Gardens by the Bay and Singapore Botanic Gardens, the exhibition pays homage to the sites’ iconic Supertrees—dramatic vertical habitats, and famed Arches—a highlight of the National Orchid Garden.
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Earth Day Celebration, How To Festival in Staten Island

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Saturday, 12pm-4pm. Join the fun as the Museum transforms into a giant interactive science fair celebrating our community’s know-how with hands-on workshops, drop-in presentations, and scheduled lectures fun for all ages. Local experts, enthusiasts, hobbyists, and professionals share their particular passions, ranging from activities that require highly specialized skills to those anyone can do. This Earth Day, learn something new and help protect the only world we have!
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World Book Day celebration in Brooklyn

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Reading books, family concerts, a band, and a lot of action for parents and kids. Highly recommended!
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