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Get Out & Do This

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There’s so much to do in this city it can be overwhelming. That’s why DNAinfo brings you a curated list of the most exciting things to see and do in the five boroughs twice a week. Check in on Mondays and Fridays to get the scoop on what’s happening.

St. George »

Watch a jug band, hear poems about the Staten Island Ferry or learn about gardening in the borough.

TriBeCa »

There are plenty of fun events, from free chamber music, to track and field games, to keep you busy.

Cobble Hill »

Vote for a neighborhood capital project or celebrate the return of Smorgasburg to Prospect Park.

Long Island City »

Get a tattoo, go to an art opening or watch people surf without a surfboard.

Upper West Side »

Food, flowers and fantasy houses are on this weekend's kids agenda. 

Brooklyn Heights »

Take in some poetry, learn how to plant an urban garden, and go to a jewelry exhibition made from books.

Upper West Side »

From Easter egg hunts to stepping inside the world of the Vikings, there's lots to do this weekend.

Williamsburg »

Last weekend of ice skating in Prospect Park, learn how to make traditional Ghanaian stew and much more.

Tompkinsville »

Hunt for eggs, learn about the history of breweries or visit a renovated art gallery.

Upper West Side »

A new dinosaur exhibition and Easter festivities are on this weekend's agenda. 

Park Slope »

Ask strangers questions, celebrate the Holi Festival and do some Jukebox Bingo!

Inwood »

Get in a design show, go quiet clubbing or celebrate the release of "Batman vs. Superman" this weekend. 

New Dorp »

Learn how to make pysanky, celebrate the Irish state or watch plays based on the Staten Island Ferry.


See live music at a barbecue joint, enjoy a 'bunny hop' or go to the opening of Luna Park.