NYC Easter Parade and Bonnet Festival

The Annual New York City Easter Parade NYC’s Easter Parade is a tradition that dates back to the 1870s. According to Widipedia, the Easter Parade drew over a million people during its peak of popularity in the 1940s and 50sThe Easter Parade may not be as popular...

Tartan Day Parade

The New York Tartan Day Parade New York’s Tartan Day Parade is a celebration of Scottish heritage. The parade is a festive event with lots of marchers and pipe bands decked out in traditional Scottish tartans. The 2017 Tartan Day Parade is Saturday, April 8th....

Greek Independence Day Parade

The 2017 Greek Independence Day Parade in New York City is Sunday, March 26th. The parade starts at 1:45 p.m, beginning at Fifth Avenue and 64th Street and ending at Fifth Avenue and 79th Street. The event is organized by The Federation of Hellenic Societies of...

Macy’s Flower Show

Macy’s Annual Spring Flower Show Macy’s features a two week display of elaborate floral arrangements each spring at their big Herald Square store in Manhattan. The 2017 Macy’s Flower Show dates are March 26 – April 9. There’s a...

St. Patrick’s Day Parade

NYC St. Patrick’s Day Parade New York City does St. Patrick’s Day in a big way. The annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade starts at 11:00 a.m. at 44th Street and doesn’t end until around 4:30 p.m. when the last of the marching units reaches the...

Central Park Ice Festival

Central Park Ice Festival This Central Park events takes place annually in February. The 2017 date is Saturday, February 11th. Highlights of the festival an ice craving demonstration during the day and a silent disco in the evening. The ice carving takes place from...

Winter Jam NYC in Central Park

Winter Jam NYC This free winter sports festival in Central Park features skiing, snowboarding, sledding, Arctic golf, shuffleboard, and more. The activities available will depend on the weather. If there’s no snow, snow-makers may be used, but those aren’t...

NYC Lunar New Year Parade

  Chinese New Year Parade The annual Chinese Lunar New Year Parade brings lion and dragon dancers, floats, costumed performers, and lots of confetti to the streets of Chinatown. The 2017 New York Lunar New Year Parade happens on Sunday, February 5th. The parade...