November Out & About
Welcome to your monthly “Out & About”. Stemmed from Furnished Quarters’ Out & About e-franchise, the Q&A Out & About reports on local events and happenings in the New York City area on a monthly basis. Whether you’re traveling for work or leisure, get the scoop on what to do on the first Tuesday each month. You’re in one of the greatest cities in the world – so here’s how to make the most out your stay at Q&A.
- Hagoromo (November 3 – 8; Brooklyn Academy of Music, 30 Lafayette Ave., Brooklyn)
- See dance icons Wendy Whelan and Jock Soto perform the reimagining of a Japanese Noh theater classic at the stunning Brooklyn Academy of Music.
- Bridget Riley Exhibition (November 5 to December 19; David Zwirner, 525 and 533 W. 19th)
- Take in some art at David Zwirner’s first exhibition with Bridget Riley. As one of the most significant living artists, the exhibition will include paintings and works covering nearly 35 years of her work.
- Fall Forest Weekends (November 7 & 8 and 14 & 15; 2900 Southern Blvd., Bronx)
- See some serious foliage and nature on a guided tour through the Thain Family Forest, which is one of the largest remaining tracts of forest in NYC.
- Union Square Holiday Market (November 19 – December 24, Union Square Park)
- Wander through the festive aisles at Union Square’s Holiday Market. The annual market is the perfect place to start your holiday shopping, stroll around on a crisp fall day, and get into the holiday spirit.
- Bake A Pie: Holiday Cooking Class (November 25; Haven’s Kitchen, 109 W. 17th)
- Impress your friends and family with your baking skills this Thanksgiving. In the Haven’s Kitchen Holiday Prep class, Bake A Pie For Dinner, Food52’s resident dessert expert and Test Kitchen Manager Erin McDowell will help you master a delicious and beautiful pie – just in time for Thanksgiving dinner.
- Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade (November 26; various locations, visit macys.com for official information)
- If you happen to be in the city over the holidays, celebrate Thanksgiving with one of the biggest events NYC has to offer – Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Where do I discover other area happenings?
The Q&A Residential Hotel, located at the iconic 70 Pine in Manhattan’s Financial District, is designed to serve the needs of today’s business and leisure travelers. Furnished Quarters, the company behind Q&A Hotel, features pertinent area events and attractions on their official blog, At Home. Check it out!