There's always so much to do in NYC.
But you already know that.
Of your many, many options, here are our picks.
6/24 through 6/27: New York Theatrical Bellydance Conference
This three-day conference focuses on belly dance in its various forms, featuring performances and workshops. Various locations, $12-$175, eventbrite.com (Credit: New York Theatrical Bellydance Conference via Facebook)
6/28: ‘Romeo+Juliet’ Immersive Film Screening
If the Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes' "Romeo+Juliet" makes your heart sing, join Little Cinema in an immersive film screening experience, with dancers and aerialists from The Love Show and Modern Gypsies. Audiences can dress up for the affair in their best Hawaiian shirts, like the Montagues in the film. House of Yes, 2 Wyckoff Ave., Brooklyn, 7 p.m., $20, eventbrite.com (Credit: House of Yes via Facebook)
6/29: 100th Anniversary Commemoration of New York's 369th Infantry
The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture will screen the 1977 documentary "Men of Bronze" to celebrate the 100th anniversary of New York's 369th infantry, which was made up of African-Americans and Puerto Ricans and was nicknamed "the Harlem Hellfighters," "The Black Rattlers" and "the Men of Bronze." They were known for being the first African-American regiment to serve with the American Expeditionary Forces for World War I. Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, 515 Malcolm X Blvd., 6:30 p.m., free, eventbrite.com (Credit: Getty Images / Saul Loeb)
7/6 and 7/7: Alex Stupak x Chefs Club Bar Collaboration
Empellón chef Alex Stupak will be taking over the Chefs Club bar, where he will be displaying his snack creations paired with flights of tequila and mezcal. These specials are available at the bar and throughout the restaurant, and the usual menu items will be available as well. Chefs Club, 275 Mulberry St., $35 for mezcal with snacks, $65 for rare tequila with snacks, opentable.com (Credit: Chefs Club by F&W NY)
Through 7/16: 'Skeleton Crew'
A hit at Atlantic Theater Company's second stage, Dominique Morisseau's drama about an endangered auto plant in Detroit is moving to the main stage. Ruben Santiago-Hudson again directs. With Jason Dirden and Nikiya Mathis, pictured. $65, 336 W. 20th St., 212-352-3101, atlantictheater.org.(Credit: Ahron R. Foster)
Through 7/27: Edgar Degas 'A Strange New Beauty'
MoMA's new exhibit focuses on the famous 19th century French artist's monotypes. It features 120 monotypes along with dozens of related works -- paintings, drawings, pastels, sketchbooks and prints -- and explores his technical innovations and creativity. The subjects of his work here range from the well-known scenes of ballet to cafe singers, landscapes and the brothel. Museum of Modern Art, 11 W. 53rd St., $25, 212-708-9400, moma.org. (Credit: MoMA)
Through 7/31: 'New York's Yiddish Theater: From the Bowery to Broadway'
How did Second Avenue become "Yiddish Broadway"? That's the question the Museum of the City of New York hopes to answer with its new exhibit, which "tells the uniquely American and quintessentially New York story of the overcrowded and tenement filled Lower East Side's evolution as an incubator of cultural activity that boiled over and gave rise to a theater district rivaling Broadway itself," according to a press release. 1220 Fifth Ave., mcny.org (Credit: Museum of the City of New York)
Through 8/7: Magnum Dipping Bar
This international ice cream sensation has landed in SoHo. Customize your very own Magnum ice cream bar with a variety of chocolates and premium toppings. $7 gets you this delicious experience, plus the ice cream Instagram of the summer. 134 Prince St., 12 p.m. - 9 p.m., details at amny.com/eat-and-drink (Credit: Jason DeCrow for Magnum )
Through 8/18: Free outdoor movies
Grab a blanket, snacks, drinks and extra popcorn -- there's a free movie showing outside almost every night this season. Check out the complete lineup at amny.com/entertainment. (Credit: Dan Nguyen via Flickr (CC BY-SA))
Thursdays through 9/1: Live Catch Summer Music Series
Every Thursday this summer, catch live music with your dinner and drinks. Past performers have included Treya, Chino Pons and Grupo Irek, with upcoming performances in June and July including Spinkick and the Ethan Mann Trio. The John Dory Oyster Bar, 1196 Broadway, 6 to 9 p.m., thejohndory.com (Credit: The John Dory Oyster Bar)
Through 9/1: Lana Turner Hat Collection at Red Rooster
Harlem fashion icon Lana Turner is displaying 40 pieces from her legendary collection of more than 500 hats. Skip the lines at the Met and enjoy this fashion exhibit at Red Rooster while feasting on the chef's special Lana Turner prix fixe ($55) which includes coconut tuna ceviche, spiced gazpacho with blue crab, crispy red snapper with braised cranberry beans and yellow wax beans, braised short rib and seasonal desserts. 310 Malcolm X Blvd., redroosterharlem.com (Credit: Red Rooster )
Through 9/22: Bryant Park yoga
In its 13th season of outdoor yoga classes, Bryant Park Yoga offers a free yoga class every Tuesday morning and Thursday evening. Mats are provided. Bryant Park, 41 West 40th St., 10 a.m., eventbrite.com (Credit: Angelito Jusay)
Through 10/31: Coney Art Walls
The Coney Island boardwalk becomes an outdoor street art museum with murals from new and returning artists Crash, Daze, Lady Pink, Stephen Powers and Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, plus three murals to be painted by children and adults in the community. Pictured: A mural by Craze. 3050 Stillwell Ave., Brooklyn, coneyartwalls.com .
(Credit: Martha Cooper)
La Pittura BYOB paint class
Every Friday and Saturday nights beginning April 1 opt for a night of art -- created by you. La Pittura Lounge hosts guests looking to paint and imbibe at the same time. It's BYOB, but easels, paint, aprons and brushes are supplied. Good for groups. Contact for pricing. 257 W. 39th St., 10th floor, 646-944-8802, lapitturalounge.com (Credit: La Pittura)