Events

Father’s Day

Every year when the third Sunday of June rolls around, billboards, gift sets, and cards emblemized with cheesy Father’s Day sayings and puns can be found everywhere. Families have surely been celebrating their father figures for centuries now, but the holiday we now know is relatively new. The day dedicated to dads of all types and all that they do for us is actually a pretty new concept and was only made an official federal holiday in 1972. But how exactly did this day.

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Ice Cream Festival

Calling out all dessert lovers: the nation’s largest All-You-Can-Eat Ice Cream Festival is coming back to Bryant Park! Scooper Bowl New York is a three-day charity event benefiting cancer research that provides attendees with all-you-can-eat ice cream and donation proceeds go to cancer research. Help fight cancer and enjoy a variety of ice-cream from the nation’s leading companies and craft creameries. Proceeds from the festival go toward the Jimmy Fund, an organization that supports cancer care and research at Boston’s Dana-Farbar Cancer.

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Greek Independence Parade

Need plans for the weekend? The Greek Independence Day Parade returns to Manhattan on April 22nd. Bring out your blue and white, for the commemoration of the 197th Anniversary of Greek Declaration of Independence.  Organized by the Federation of Hellenic Societies of Greater New York (FHSGNY), the parade will present an afternoon of marching bands, history, and culture. The parade celebrates Greek independence from the Ottoman Empire, but it is also a celebration of Hellenic culture. Many people from around the world.

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St. Patrick’s Day

First and foremost, Happy Saint Patrick’s Day Pan Am friends!!  We hope you have an enjoyable holiday celebrating Irish traditions! Saint Patrick’s Day has been around for quite some time, but did you know that Saint Patrick wasn’t actually Irish?  His birth name was Maewyn Succat and he was born in Roman Britain and had Scottish descent. He was kidnapped into slavery and brought to Ireland, but he was able to escape to a monastery in France where he converted to Christianity..

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Valentine’s Day

Love is in the air and Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching.  Whether you’re in a relationship or happily single, we’ve compiled some of our favorite date ideas to help you step it up a notch for every love (or like) in your life! For this Valentine’s Day, we’ve devised a dating guide for everyone! The Staycation Date New York City is home to numerous attractions and special Valentine’s Day deals to help contribute to a great staycation.  Many hotels are offering romantic.

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The B.D. Lenz Trio

The week of December 18th, Pan Am welcomes performer, B.D. Lenz to The Caroline, New York Tower, Tower 67 and New York Plaza. The B.D. Lenz Trio will bring holiday cheer to residents this festive season! They will be showcasing some of their holiday favorites so sit back, relax, and enjoy the sweet sounds of this lovely music group. Here is a little preview of the amazing Trio!  

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Halloween Events 2017

Grab your costumes! Halloween is around the corner, and it’s time to make a list of all the spectacular events happening around the city. The superstitious holiday originates back to ancient Celtic traditions. To mark the end of the harvest season and the beginning of the “dark period,” Celts celebrated the festival of Samhain. In it, people would light giant bonfires and wear costumes to ward off wandering spirits. The pagan festival adopted some Christian elements as Romans invaded England, and the.

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Feast of San Gennaro 2017

Take a trip to Little Italy – The San Gennaro festival is in full swing! In its 91st year, the Festival, comprised of delicious food, energetic parades, live music, and special guest appearances, is a celebration of faith and Italian culture. Originally a one-day event, The San Gennaro festival began in 1926 when Italian immigrants along Mulberry Street carried on the tradition of paying tribute to San Januarius, the Patron Saint of Naples. San Gennaro (Januarius), was the Bishop of Benevento who.

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NYC Pet Adoption Events

Did you know that many of our buildings are pet-friendly? If you’ve been thinking about adding a furry friend to your family, check out these upcoming adoption events: Saturday, August 12, 12-4:30 pm Biscuits & Bath with In Our Hands Rescue Sutton Place, 1064 First Ave @ 58th St Saturday, August 19, 12-4:30 pm Biscuits & Bath with In Our Hands Rescue Sutton Place, 1064 First Ave @ 58th St Saturday, August 26, 12-4:30 pm Biscuits & Bath with In Our Hands.

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New York Restaurant Week 2017

Restaurant Week kicks off next week (July 24th) and runs through August 18th. It’s the perfect time to try that restaurant you’ve had your eye on and take advantage of great pre-fixe deals. Below are some of our top picks to try this summer. Many of these are right by our Pan Am buildings! 1. Farmer & The Fish Located right near Gramercy Park Lofts, Farmer & The Fish offers delicious fresh produce from their own five-acre farm as well as delicious seafood..

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