#Mustdo in NYC: March 2019
Mercury is in retrograde AND it’s Women’s History Month?! That almost distracts us from our current NYC weather.
For this month’s #MustDo in NYC, a roundup of events to celebrate the feminine energy in your life and the drive to break that glass ceiling among other not-to-miss happenings this March.
Immerse Yourself in the World of Women
WOW – Women of the World Festival, a series of performances, talks, comedy, workshops, and music celebrating the power of women and girls from Harlem and around the world. Head to the Apollo Theatre to join participants including Educator and Activist Angela Davis; Musician Alice Smith; Finance Expert Suze Orman; White House Correspondent April Ryan; Poet Nikki Giovanni and more.
Tuesday – Sunday, March 12th – 17th, hours vary
NYC goes all out for Holi to celebrate the coming of spring, the joy of friendship, and equality for all. You’ll want to wear white so you can cover yourself and friends with rainbow powders while you dance your heart out. This particular celebration is 21+ but there are plenty of other Holi celebrations happening around the city for families.
Saturday, March 16th, 1pm to 8pm
Cocktails and Orchids
Orchid Evenings are back! Wander through the annual New York Botanical Garden for an elegant night. Sip cocktails and grab lite bites from the Bronx Night Market Pop-up while freestyle dancers and DJs perform.
Saturdays, March 16, 23, 30; 7 – 10pm
All Women Concert
Celebrate women by enjoying an all-female choir backed by an orchestra performing works by Brahms, Williams, Haydn, Larsen, Gjeilo, and Moore at Carnegie Hall.
Sunday, March 16 starting at 2pm
The 70-year-old Macy’s Flower Show is back and bigger than ever. Head to Herald Square to see spectacular arrangements of flowers from around the world on store countertops, windows and specially-designed architecture, including grand bridges, columns, and topiaries. Find scheduled events and activities during the show via the link below.
Sunday, March 24 through April 7, times vary
Getaway: Escape to Sunny Miami
Head to Cuba without leaving the country by exploring the Little Havana neighborhood in Miami. Grab a cup of cortadito, tastes of Latin infusion, visit local haunts and chat with the locals. Viva la Pequeña Habana!
Joe’s Stone Crabs is a local favorite. For more than 100 years, no visit to Miami has been complete without stopping here. Pro Tip: try stone crabs!
Roundtrip flights are starting as low as $147. Search through Google Flights.
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