Museum of Natural History – dance Friday, skate Saturday
As Showtrotta pointed out, “Nick Catchdubs is deejaying the Fader’s monthly museum get down, One Step Beyond, at the American Museum of Natural History along with Michna (Ghostly).” That happens tonight, Friday November 21st, from 9pm-1am (21+).
Ten hours later, Saturday November 22nd, at the same museum:
The American Museum of Natural History will open an outdoor skating rink for the first time in its 140-year history. The Museum’s new Polar Rink, made from synthetic ice, is located on the Arthur Ross Terrace, with magnificent views of the glowing Rose Center for Earth and Space and the surrounding Theodore Roosevelt Park. Skaters will glide around a 17-foot-tall polar bear made of openwork stainless steel festooned with pine boughs and twinkling lights. Engaging facts about polar bears and the Earth’s polar regions, as well as “green” tips and suggestions, will surround the rink, extending the Museum experience beyond its halls.
An ice skating rink is also opening at South Street Seaport (and that one will have Friday night shows).
I have one pair of tickets to giveaway to Friday’s One Step Beyond party. How to win them, and the flyer, below…
For November, enjoy complimentary screenings of the Space Show Cosmic Collisions–the breathtaking new Space Show that launches visitors on a thrilling trip through space and time to explore hypersonic impacts that drive the dynamic and continuing evolution of the universe. Cosmic Collisions is narrated by award-winning actor, director, and producer Robert Redford.
Tickets are $20 and include a free pass to the Museum for future use.
Please use the Museum’s main entrance on Central Park West at 79th Street.
‘November 21 brings DJs Nick Catchdubs and Michna. December stays dark, but OSB is back on January 16 with Tim Sweeney and Bianca Grimshaw.’
TO WIN TICKETS to tonight/Friday night’s event at the Museum of Natural History, email BVCONTESTS@HOTMAIL.COM (subject: Catchdubs) right now with your first and last name. Note that the show is 21+. One winner will be contacted ASAP and placed on guestlist.
More Friday night events in Showtrotta’s Friday Night in Dance