In collaboration with Project for Public Spaces and Scribble Art Workshop, this year's Creativity Cubed tapped into themes of placemaking, neighborhoods, and public spaces.
From transit to viewing areas and crowds, our essential information guide will help you plan for having the very best time at WorldPride in Greenwich Village and beyond.
Greenwich Village has long been synonymous with new ideas, creation and innovation. It is also home to some of the world’s best universities and schools producing the next generation of talent and ingenuity.
Celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the Greenwich Village Historic District with exclusive golden anniversary offers and prizes from these local businesses who are proud to call the Village home.
From Village icon and America’s oldest Apothecary, C.O. Bigelow to the Village’s favorite florist, University Floral Design, there is something for everyone.
These offers are only available during the celebratory weekend of April 13 & 14, 2019.
Whether you already own and manage a thriving small business in Greenwich Village, or are considering the exciting prospect of opening your own business, Pace University offer free classes to help equip you with the essential knowledge needed for success.
The free classes feature subjects ranging from developing sales projections to commercial lease negotiation to the different ways in which a business entity may be legally formed.
Scroll down to explore the classes then register for free.
The Village Alliance recently presented a Greenwich Village and East Village Trivia Night, co-sponsored by the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation (GVSHP), Neighborhood Preservation Center, and the East Village Independent Merchants Association.
Over forty Village history and culture buffs packed the Gray Mare pub to answer fiendishly difficult questions about Village culture and history in the battle for nerdy prices from GVSHP and goofy prizes from the Exit 9 Gift Emporium.
The colorful and forever funny NY Tour Goddess, Jane Marx was the quizmaster baffling the audience with questions like - “This style of brickwork pattern is an indicator of ...
The summer of 2018 is one to remember for Greenwich Village and Astor Place! People danced on the streets. Giant cubes were painted and miniature cities created. Mariachi bands sang and DJ's spun. Restaurants and shops came out, and so did you! From Positively 8th Street to Astor Alive! it has been a summer to remember.
The first March was held in 1970 and has since become an annual civil rights demonstration. Over the years, its purpose has broadened to include recognition of the fight against AIDS and to remember those we have lost to illness, violence and neglect.
Our FREE Summer Walking tours are back, beginning June 2nd!
With St. Patrick's Day right around the corner, get ready to celebrate at one of our fave Village bars.