UPDATE ON LINCOLN CENTER, MUSEUMS AND MORE CULTURAL AND COMMUNITY INSTITUTIONS

We’ve posted some notes below about Wednesday opening schedules from local cultural and community institutions:

JCC

We are happy to report that the JCC will be open with regular operating hours on October 31st; however, due to the suspension of mass transit, there are many changes and cancellations to our program and class schedule. Please check back frequently as we will continue to update this page. We look forward to seeing you!

Please click here to view our modified group exercise schedule and to check on the status of your particular fitness class.

Lincoln Center

the NY Philharmonic performance is on for tonight, as is the Met Opera, and performances at Lincoln Center Theater.  The Brian Stokes Mitchell gala concert in Alice Tully Hall has been postponed until November 7. Big Apple Circus will  play its 12:30 PM show. The David Rubenstein Atrium is open for a few hours today. Best place to check for updates in LincolnCenter.Org

Folk Art Museum

The museum and gift shop are open today from noon-7:30pm.

Film Society of Lincoln Center

And we’re back! We hope that everyone is safe and recovering from the storm.

The Film Society will re-open on Wednesday, October 31. Happy Halloween! We’d love to see you tomorrow at Lincoln Center.

We’ve got a special event on tap for our re-opening. Join us for a special one-night only screening of Cannes Midnight Movie hit, Maniac, starring Elijah Wood. Filmmaker Franck Khalfoun will be there for a post-screening Q&A.

Here’s the full schedule for the day:

“Scary Movies” Series
Maniac (w/ Q & A) 6:30PM
Stitches 9:00PM

Holy Motors
11:00AM, 1:30PM, 4:00PM, 6:45PM, 9:30PM

Brooklyn Castle 
11:30PM, 1:45PM, 4:15PM

The Revisionairies
12:00PM, 2:15PM, 7:00PM, 9:15PM

Museum of Natural History

Due to the impact of Hurricane Sandy, the Museum of Natural History will remain closed through Wednesday, October 31. For an exchange or refund of general admission, Halloween Celebration, or public program tickets, please call 212-496-4234 when the Museum resumes normal operating hours. To reach Museum staff members, please call 212-496-4233. The Museum plans to open Thursday, November 1. Please continue to visit the website, www.amnh.org, for specific operating hour updates.

Discovering Columbus Exhibit

Discovering Columbus: the exhibition is closed today (Tuesday, October 30) and tomorrow (Wednesday, October 31) due to the ongoing flooding and power outages associated with the storm that has moved through New York City.

If you have a pass to visit Tatzu Nishi: Discovering Columbus, and the exhibition is temporarily closed due to the weather, you will be notified email. You may also check our Facebook and Twitter pages for details. If you are unable to visit due to the weather, we cannot guarantee replacement passes at your desired time, but we will make every effort to create another reservation that is convenient for you.

To make a reservation:
• Visit our online ticketing page
• Call our hotline at 866.607.5461

Please note that our Information Desk on the 3rd Floor of The Shops at Columbus Circle is also closed.

http://www.publicartfund.org/view/exhibitions/5495_discovering_columbus

New-York Historical Society

We are gearing up to open at 10 am this morning, closing at 6 pm with activities focused on children and families.  Games, scavenger hunts, and our special “Walk in My Shoes” tour of WW II & NYC designed especially for young people.  For very young children there will be storytelling throughout the day.  Our restaurant, Caffe Storico, will also be open and we have healthy options for children in our DiMenna Children’s History Museum.  Visitors will pay as they wish, with
proceeds going to help those hurt by the storm.  Any assistance you can provide in getting the word out would be much more than appreciated.  My colleagues have made huge efforts to come in this morning and we are all very eager to serve our community!

Symphony Space

Yes, We’re Open Today!  Website continues to show events for today.

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