Wednesday, February 27th 6:30-7:45pm 35 W. 67th Street Sold Out!
Anthony Bellov (a LW! fan favorite) explores Rosario Candela’s Upper West Side architectural roots. We’ll enjoy gorgeous photos of our own local Candela treasures – many landmarked – and discuss the signature design features that typify Candela’s work, all told in Mr. Bellov’s inimitable style, bringing people, periods, and buildings to life as few can. Come see what the latest city-wide exhibitions missed – Candela on the Upper West Side is a must-attend!.
Tuesday, March 5th 6:30-7:45pm 35 W. 67th Street 2-for-1 Tickets for Partner-level Members!
It was good to be a prosperous New Yorker in the late 19th century: beautiful clothing, expensive furnishings, well-kept parlors, and tables laden with food. But someone had to do the hard work of actually cooking and cleaning, and it certainly wasn’t the prosperous New Yorker. Esther Crain, founder of Ephemeral New York, offers a peek at just how the upper classes navigated the domestic side of life—and how a staff of maids, coachmen, and other servants managed the households inside the Upper West Side’s sumptuous mansions and elegant brownstones.
Tuesday, March 12th 6:30-7:45pm 35 W. 67th Street 2-for-1 Tickets for Partner-level Members!
Spring is just around the corner! Think rooftop gardens, urban apiaries, and millions of bees traversing the city in search of new blooms. Leslie Day, author of Honeybee Hotel: The Waldorf Astoria’s Rooftop Garden and the Heart of NYC, is our guide to the booming urban beekeeping culture that exists in New York City–and she starts at the top, at the iconic Manhattan landmark that is the Waldorf Astoria Hotel.
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45 West 67th Street
New York, NY 10023