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Next 7 Days, June 07 - 13, 53 Events in Financial District

  • Sunday June 07
  • Jun 07
    Sun 10:00 AM
    Jun
    07 Sun

    Morning Glories

    10:00 AM at Trinity Church - Broadway at Wall Street

    Morning Glories, a new children's program at the parish of Trinity Wall Street, seeks to connect our youngest community members with an internal place to go on the journey ahead of each of us. Music, exploration of the church garden, arts and crafts,... read more

    Occurs 25 more times through Nov 29
  • Jun 07
    Sun 10:00 AM
    Jun
    07 Sun

    Native American Arts and Artifacts

    10:00 AM at National Museum of the American Indian - 1 Bowling Green

    The National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) has one of the most extensive collections of Native American arts and artifacts in the world—approximately 266,000 catalog records (825,000 items) representing over 12,000 years of history and more th... read more

    Occurs 181 more times through Dec 05
  • Jun 07
    Sun 2:00 PM
    Jun
    07 Sun

    South Street Seaport Museum Afternoon of Sea Chanteys

    2:00 PM at South Street Seaport Museum - 17 Fulton Street

    South Street Seaport Museum's monthly sea-music Sea Chanteys and Maritime Music continues - virtually. From our living rooms and kitchens, and even from the deck of Wavertree, join our round-robin of shared songs, featuring members of the New York Pa... read more

  • Monday June 08
  • Jun 08
    Mon 10:00 AM
    Jun
    08 Mon

    Native American Arts and Artifacts

    10:00 AM at National Museum of the American Indian - 1 Bowling Green

    The National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) has one of the most extensive collections of Native American arts and artifacts in the world—approximately 266,000 catalog records (825,000 items) representing over 12,000 years of history and more th... read more

    Occurs 180 more times through Dec 05
  • Jun 08
    Mon 10:00 AM
    Jun
    08 Mon

    History of NYPD Transportation

    Explores the history and evolution of vehicles used by the NYPD.

    Occurs 155 more times through Dec 05
  • Jun 08
    Mon 10:00 AM
    Jun
    08 Mon

    Portraits of the Force

    Historic 19th and 20th century photographs of NYPD officers.

    Occurs 155 more times through Dec 05
  • Jun 08
    Mon 10:00 AM
    Jun
    08 Mon

    Vintage Weapons and Notorious Criminals

    Display of vintage weapons and some of the criminals that used them.

    Occurs 155 more times through Dec 05
  • Jun 08
    Mon 12:00 PM
    Jun
    08 Mon

    New York Collection

    12:00 PM at Fraunces Tavern Museum - 54 Pearl Street

    The collection captures an important portion of New York City's past, which is as colorful and vibrant as its present. What began as New Amsterdam, a rather insignificant Dutch outpost, became New York in 1664. Under English rule the city took on gre... read more

    Occurs 155 more times through Dec 05
  • Tuesday June 09
  • Jun 09
    Tue 10:00 AM
    Jun
    09 Tue

    Money: A History

    The everyday ordinariness of the money we carry masks a rich and tumultuous history. Ever since the Dutch settled Manhattan, currency in America has continually evolved. Our responses to the threats of war, crime and economic crisis have shaped money... read more

    Occurs 129 more times through Dec 05
  • Jun 09
    Tue 10:00 AM
    Jun
    09 Tue

    Banking in America

    From the establishment of the Bank of North America in 1781 to the creation of the newest community bank, and from the largest universal bank to the humblest credit union, depository institutions – commercial banks, savings banks, credit unions – hav... read more

    Occurs 129 more times through Dec 05
  • Jun 09
    Tue 10:00 AM
    Jun
    09 Tue

    The Financial Markets

    Financial markets connect those with money to those with ideas about how to use it. They enable entrepreneurs to realize their visions, companies to grow and governments to better serve their citizens. In doing so, they have made Wall Street a center... read more

    Occurs 129 more times through Dec 05
  • Jun 09
    Tue 10:00 AM
    Jun
    09 Tue

    Alexander Hamilton Room

    As America's first Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton stands alone in the annals of American financial history. One of the founding era's key political figures, Hamilton's influence on our fledgling country's early finances set the wheels ... read more

    Occurs 129 more times through Dec 05
  • Jun 09
    Tue 10:00 AM
    Jun
    09 Tue

    Native American Arts and Artifacts

    10:00 AM at National Museum of the American Indian - 1 Bowling Green

    The National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) has one of the most extensive collections of Native American arts and artifacts in the world—approximately 266,000 catalog records (825,000 items) representing over 12,000 years of history and more th... read more

    Occurs 179 more times through Dec 05
  • Jun 09
    Tue 10:00 AM
    Jun
    09 Tue

    History of NYPD Transportation

    Explores the history and evolution of vehicles used by the NYPD.

    Occurs 154 more times through Dec 05
  • Jun 09
    Tue 10:00 AM
    Jun
    09 Tue

    Portraits of the Force

    Historic 19th and 20th century photographs of NYPD officers.

    Occurs 154 more times through Dec 05
  • Jun 09
    Tue 10:00 AM
    Jun
    09 Tue

    Vintage Weapons and Notorious Criminals

    Display of vintage weapons and some of the criminals that used them.

    Occurs 154 more times through Dec 05
  • Jun 09
    Tue 12:00 PM
    Jun
    09 Tue

    New York Collection

    12:00 PM at Fraunces Tavern Museum - 54 Pearl Street

    The collection captures an important portion of New York City's past, which is as colorful and vibrant as its present. What began as New Amsterdam, a rather insignificant Dutch outpost, became New York in 1664. Under English rule the city took on gre... read more

    Occurs 154 more times through Dec 05
  • Wednesday June 10
  • Jun 10
    Wed 10:00 AM
    Jun
    10 Wed

    Money: A History

    The everyday ordinariness of the money we carry masks a rich and tumultuous history. Ever since the Dutch settled Manhattan, currency in America has continually evolved. Our responses to the threats of war, crime and economic crisis have shaped money... read more

    Occurs 128 more times through Dec 05
  • Jun 10
    Wed 10:00 AM
    Jun
    10 Wed

    Banking in America

    From the establishment of the Bank of North America in 1781 to the creation of the newest community bank, and from the largest universal bank to the humblest credit union, depository institutions – commercial banks, savings banks, credit unions – hav... read more

    Occurs 128 more times through Dec 05
  • Jun 10
    Wed 10:00 AM
    Jun
    10 Wed

    The Financial Markets

    Financial markets connect those with money to those with ideas about how to use it. They enable entrepreneurs to realize their visions, companies to grow and governments to better serve their citizens. In doing so, they have made Wall Street a center... read more

    Occurs 128 more times through Dec 05
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