As the weather warms up the New Yorkers come out to play, and beyond the rooftop bars, outdoor dining, and general spring happenings, various establishments across NYC hosts some pretty fun programming, and Pioneer Works is one of ’em.
This season Pioneer Works is hosting their beloved Second Sundays event, which will return this Sunday, April 9th.
Second Sundays is a day of fun, *free* programming that brings together live music, food, artist studios, and interactive programs. From science activities for kids to viewing Pioneer Works’ newly opened exhibitions–Tin Drum’s mixed reality experience, Medusa, and Aura Rosenberg’s first ever institutional survey, What is Psychedelic–there’s literally something for everyone.
And if that’s not enough to pique your interest shall we mention all the delicious food and drinks that will be there?
The community restaurant, Little Egg, will be sharing sustainable, transformative meals while the Pioneer Works bar will be pouring cold ones for anyone who feels like relaxing outside in the garden with a drink in hand.
Pioneer Works’ first Second Sundays of the season will take place this Sunday, April 9th, from 12p.m. to 7p.m.
Those who can’t make this event can look forward to attending at a later date, including May 14, June 19, or July 9. The series will run through November.
Learn more and see the full line up of events at their website here.
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