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Brooklyn Book Festival

"Codex Dynamic," curated by Leo Kuelbs and John Ensor Parker. Courtesy, DUMBO Arts Festival. Photo: Jane Kratochvil

DUMBO Arts Festival
An annual tradition, the festival highlights Brooklyn’s presence and commitment to the arts community. The event span three days; Friday, September 27 (6-9 pm), Saturday, September 28 (noon -9 pm) and Sunday, September 29 (noon – 6 pm). Art fans can enjoy outdoor and indoor visual art and exhibitions, dancers, poets, as well as performers throughout the neighborhood.
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Credit: Courtesy, Washington Heights and Inwood Development Corporation

2013 NYC Medieval Festival
The area around the cloisters Museum in Fort Tryon Park is transformed into a medieval market village where knights in armor, jugglers, jesters, magicians, and more will perform. The festival takes place on September 29, from 11:30 am to 6 pm.
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Atlantic Antic

Atlantic Antic
Touted as the street festival to end all street festivals, on Sunday, September 29, from 12-6 pm, the long-standing tradition of food, art, music, shopping, and festivities will be celebrated along atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn.
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Free in NYC

Free in NYC
There's always something to do around the five boroughs that doesn't cost a dime. Visit for more.
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NYC Mayor's Cup Cross Country Championships
October 6, 2 pm
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ArrowNYC & Company is NYC's Official Tourism Bureau
NYC & Company provides information and assistance with all services and facilities relating to the tourism and convention industries. Through NYC & Company's website,, you can find information about planning your trip to NYC, order an official guide, learn what's happening, and more.

ArrowYou Can Plan Your Trip on MTA NYC Transit
The Trip Planner lets you plan a trip on the New York City Transit system, including both subways and buses, plus the Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad. You can customize your trip based on travel time, transfer options, and more.

ArrowYou Can Tour City Buildings
Reservation tours of Gracie Mansion, City Hall, and Tweed Courthouse are currently available. Information on tours and volunteer opportunities can be found online or by calling 311 (or 212-NEW-YORK if you are calling from outside New York City).

ArrowNYC Is Home to More Than 60 Productions
Currently, more than 60 films and television shows are being produced throughout New York City. Several shows are performed in front of an audience; find out how to be part of a studio audience from NYC & Company.