Sunday, May 30, 2010
Memorial Day Music on Monday
World-renowned, Grammy-winning, bluegrass, country, and classical fiddler, Mark O'Connor, treats Bryant Park to an evening of strings at After Work Music with Bill McGlaughlin & Friends.
6pm - 7:30pm, more info
Poetry Premiere on Tuesday
Featuring sunset readings by celebrated poets,Word for Word Poetry begins another sensational season at the Reading Room. Marilyn Hacker, James Tate, and Paul Muldoon share their latest poems on this special evening in the park.
7pm - 8pm, more info
Ping Pong Pros on Wednesday
Battle it out with the park's Ping Pong pros in our second tournament of the summer. Call (212) 768-4242 to sign up for one of 32 spots and the chance to winning bragging rights at the Bryant Park tables.
6pm - 9pm, more info
Unlock the Art on Thursday
Bryant Park is one of 24 sites in Key to the City, a scavenger hunt-like public artwork by artist Paul Ramirez Jonas, presented by Creative Time. Pick up a key in Times Square, then make your way through all five boroughs (first stop: Bryant Park!), unlocking surprises as you go.
7am - 11pm, more info
Fencing on Friday
En guarde! Learn the modern sport of fencing, completely free of charge, with masters from the Manhattan Fencing Center. Call (212) 382-2255 to pre-register or take a chance and drop by.
1pm - 2pm, more info
That's not all we have to offer! Multiple events and programs take place every day in Bryant Park. Visit bryantpark.org for the complete schedule.
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