Things to do this weekend for (mostly) free
This weekend is packed with parades. Sunday, it's the Phagwah (the indo-caribbean celebration of Holi, the Hindu new year) parade in Queens. Wear old clothes - throwing dye and colored powder is part of the party.
Viva Woman Target First Saturdays at the Brooklyn Museum -movies, gallery tours and a dance party
Norouz (Persian New Year) celebration at the Asia Society ($10, $7 seniors, $5 students)
Woman's History Month tea party in Fort Greene Park
13th USA Memory Championship at Con Ed headquarters in Union Square - think of it as the US finals for the memorizing Olympics. Winner goes to China for the global title.
Family Day and seed planting for kids at the Queens Botanical Garden
"Earth" - an environmentally themed group exhibition at Gallery House in Brooklyn
2012 at the Sony Wonder Lab's high definition theater
Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss at McNally-Jackson in Soho
Stargazing in Inwood Park
Riverside birding walk in the Bronx
Organ recital at Rutgers Presbyterian Church
Broadway Playhouse: Leonard Bernstein at the Kaufman Center ($20)
Decodence at the South Street Seaport Museum - art deco artifacts from the doomed SS Normandie ($12, $10 students/seniors, $8 kids)
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