Monthly Archives: October, 2011

Fall time is a great time to get out of New York city and see what lies beyond the crowds and the city noise. MASS MoCA, in North Adams, MA, is a great example of a destination within a days drive of NYC. Last May, OHNY’s program coordinator, took a trip up north to see […]

Enter the OHNY Weekend Raffle with a $20 donation or more! Raffles remain open until Monday, October 31 at 5pm. Winners will be announced on Friday, November 4. Item 1: George Nelson Ball Clock Enter to win one of George Nelson’s signature Ball Clocks in natural wood. Said to have been designed as a collaboration […]

Jailee, OHNY’s program coordinator, went to see the National September 11 Memorial two weeks ago early on a Saturday morning.     The visitor entrance to the Memorial is located at Albany and Greenwich Streets and timed ticketed entry must be reserved ahead of time either online or over the phone.     Be prepared […]

Of the hundreds of sites that are opening their doors this weekend for you, a number of them are New York City’s most sacred churches, synagogues and temples. To help you take advantage of this rare access, we have assembled a Guide to Sacred Spaces. Due to popular demand, one site–Grace Church–has just added two […]

Reservations are now closed for all OHNY programs/sites. There are plenty of fabulous things to see that do not require advanced reservations. So don’t fret if you did not get the reservation you wanted, you can still have a great OHNY Weekend. Have fun and enjoy the OHNY Weekend!

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