Posts Tagged: City

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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New Pinterest Board: Decorating Your Apartment For the Holidays!

The holidays are right around the corner! With Thanksgiving only a week away, it’s time to think about holiday decor. Fifth Avenue is already decked out, have you started prepping your home? If you’re looking for new ideas to spruce up your home, PanAm has you covered. With our new Pinterest board we’re giving PanAm residents a go to guide for holiday decor ideas. Everyone has a holiday tradition. Whether you pick your tree out right after thanksgiving, decorate your own stockings,.

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The Holiday Train Show at the New York Botanical Garden

The Holiday Train Show at the New York Botanical Garden is a must-see event in the Bronx. Your entire family will feel the magic of the season as they watch model trains roll through impressive displays. This dazzling exhibit’s 150 landmarks include iconic New York locations such as Coney Island and the newly added Queensboro bridge. This display features nearly a half-mile of track with over a dozen large-scale model trains. The impressive landmarks are crafted out of real bark, leaves, and.

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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.

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Meet Nena: Pets of Pan Am

Because so many of our buildings are pet-friendly, we want to put some of our furrier residents in the spotlight and get to know them better! This is the first in a series of “Pets of Pan Am” articles, during which we’ll be learning all about the daily lives of our four-pawed friends. (Psssst… if you have a friend who wants to be featured leave a comment below so we can set up a time to chat, either in-person, by email, or phone- whatever.

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