NYC: The best city to enjoy spring

Spring is here and The Big Apple starts to bring the best events and activities for those who want to enjoy the beauty of this season.

Here are some of the most enjoyable things to do in the city:

1. New York Meets Havana:

Cuba is one of the richest cultures with an incredible influence in music, arts and food for the in Latino community. The Museum of the city of New York will host an unique event where New Yorkers will have the opportunity to experience the beauty of Havana.

Next Friday april 28th the assistants will discover “how Cuba’s love of music and dance has mixed and melded Puerto-Rican and Afro-Caribbean rhythms to create a sizzling cultural fusion unique to New York City”.

From 8pm to 10pm new yorkers will dance the rhythms of Cuba music with musicians such as Los Hacheros. They will also enjoy some delicious snacks from this Central American country.

For more information go to: New York Meets Havana

2. Cherry Blossom Festival at Brooklyn Botanic Garden

For those who love Spring this is a must festival to assist. The Brooklyn Botanic Garden will celebrate Japanese culture with more that 200 blossoming cherry trees and 60 events and performances. Dance, music, flowers and even a tea ceremony will be part of these two days of a magical experience.

For more information go to: Cherry Blossom Festival

3. Tribeca Film festival 2017

Tribeca Film Festival is one of the most important events for those who enjoy a good movie, documental or even see their favourite celebrities. The festival ends this Sunday, april 30th. Here are some of our recommendations:

More information Latinos en El Tribeca Film Festival 2017

For more information go to:

Sandra Escallón
Sandra Escallón

Sandra Escallón is a creative professional in the communication field with experience in social media, integrate marketing communication, event planning, blogs, broadcast and journalism. Sandra is passionate about arts, entertainment, culture (Latin culture) and social issues. She is bilingual and have great communication, teamwork and technical skills. Sandra wants to make a difference in the world by focusing in the importance of art and cultural events. She has excellent written and verbal skills.

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