West 68th Street Block Association Fall Block Party
If you live in Tower 67, you won’t want to miss this year’s West 68th Street Block Association Block Party! Pan Am is proud to be a supporter of this event that is fun for the whole family. Grab your cowboy boots and get ready for this year’s excitement! There will be a BBQ with a Western-style grill, line dancing, face painting, and more! While you’re there, don’t forget to pick up some $1 raffle tickets for a chance to win great.
Get in the Halloween Spirit
Halloween is still a few weeks away but many of the fun activities are beginning to start. Here are some of our favorite activities to enjoy the spookiest month of the year. 1. New York Haunted Hayride Looking for the scariest activity this Halloween? The New York Haunted Hayride is guaranteed to be the creepiest spot in the city. Returning for its second year, the event has expanded to offer more gut-wrenching horror. 2. Boo at the Zoo For great family-oriented Halloween.
The NYHRC Experience
Pan Am leaseholders, have you been taking advantage of exclusive benefits with our affiliate the New York Racquet and Health Club? With generous discounts and nine locations across Manhattan, NYHRC is perfect for our residents this summer (or any season of the year)! So what does NYHRC have to offer? At NYHRC, experience an array of classes, personal training, and state-of-the-art equipment to keep yourself happy and healthy. Play round robin or league squash and racquetball on one of NYHRC’s courts. Enjoy.
Our Top 5 Cinco de Mayo Celebrations in NYC
Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Mexican army’s 1862 victory over France at the Battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican War. Today, this holiday celebrates Mexican culture all over the United States. Do you have plans yet? Check out our top 5 places to celebrate. Head to La Esquina to dance to a live Mariachi band while enjoying delicious, traditional Mexican dishes. Try a quesadilla or a taco paired with a Mexican Coke. Yum! Join the annual block party in the West Village at.
National Walking Day 2016
NYHRC’s and The American Heart Association’s National Walking Day Celebration will be held tomorrow, April 6th, from 6-8 PM at the NYHRC 23rd Street location. If you’re a resident of The Caroline, that means that you’re just a few steps away! NYHRC and The American Heart Association are challenging you to take 10,000 steps in honor of National Walking Day. 10,000 daily steps is roughly equivalent to the Surgeon General’s recommendation of 30 minutes of activity a day. Reaching this goal will help.
MAGIC Activity Center
MAGIC Activity Center, a learning environment that offers comprehensive children’s enrichment programs, birthday parties, and Summer Days Camp, is currently offering a mini-semester program of Do-Re-Music classes at The Caroline. We spoke with MAGIC Activity Center to learn more about the classes they offer and how they’re engaging children and helping them learn in a fun, hands-on environment. Q. How does MAGIC Activity Center enrich and engage young students? A. We think learning should be fun! All of our teachers are engaging.
New Year’s Eve Party at NYHRC
Welcome the new year by joining the New York Health & Racquet Club for a special New Year’s Eve celebration. Head over to the NYHRC 23rd Street, located conveniently in The Caroline, on December 31 from 10pm to 12am. Register for after-hours yoga, cycling, and meditation classes. There will also be a live DJ and a champagne toast at midnight to help ring in the new year. This event is open to all members. Invite a guest and visit the NYHRC website to.
Events at The Caroline
Here at Pan Am, residents are our top priority. We love to plan events for our residents throughout the year to thank them for their continued support. We spoke with John DiPaola, the building manager of The Caroline, to hear a little more about what goes into planning these events for residents. Q. How do you come up with all of these great ideas for residents? A. When I opened up the Caroline, I had a background in working in the.
New York City Marathon – Athletes to End Alzheimer’s
This year’s New York City Marathon is special for our Pan Am family. Our very own Rosemary Pagan is running with the Athletes to End Alzheimer’s team in honor of her grandmother. We spoke with Rosemary about what inspired her to run this year and what you can do to support the cause. Q. It’s wonderful that you are running in this year’s New York City Marathon. Have you participated in this event before? A. It is truly an honor that I.
The Color Run – Brooklyn 2015
The Spark Group, the digital marketing team behind our monthly newsletter, building websites, and more, is participating in the Color Run tomorrow. Their team will be raising money for the Children’s Cancer and Blood Foundation. Even if you’re not running in the Happiest 5K on the planet, you can still support the cause by donating here. Haven’t heard about the Color Run before? Well, you’re in for a treat! The Color Run was founded in 2011 as a way to promote healthiness, happiness,.