10 Things To Do This Weekend: Carnival parties, pizza making classes and more

Who cares if the weather is frightful? Get out there and see your city! Checking out NYC’s current events in bad weather usually means less lines anyway. This weekend we’ve got..

Friday, Jan. 17

Netflix takes over Dolby SoHo

Need a break from your Netflix binge? Check out some of the coolest props, exhibits, and features from four Netflix blockbusters, The Irishman, Marriage Story, The Two Popes, and Dolemite Is My Name at 477 Broadway for free.

Seaport See Saws

Embrace your inner child and head to the South Street Seesaw Port for this fun one. Right next to Pier 17, free of charge.

Saturday, Jan. 18

Pizza making class Bryant Park Lounge

Pizza time! Learn all about how to craft up your own crust at the Marriott Times Square. $45 from 6:30-8:30 at 1033 6th Ave. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pizza-making-class-with-chef-maria-tickets-60776849192

Roller Disco Brunch at Schimanski 

Rolling skating AND mimosas? You won’t want to miss this one. Roll over to this club at 54 N. 11th Street in Williamsburg for this daytime delight. https://www.schimanskinyc.com/calendar/2020/1/7/roller-disco-brunch

Baby Yoda mural

See this, you must. A temporary mural of the viral, to-be-named sensation of 2019 is up next to the Second Avenue Subway Station by Houston Street.

Tiffany’s new, temporary flagship opens

They say diamonds are forever, but this temporary shop won’t be. Whether you spend big or window shop, this new flagship location’s design is a must see. 6 E. 57th Street, you can’t miss it.

Sunday, Jan. 19

Hustle Basics

Do the hustle! That iconic dance from the 70s is a product of the Bronx and can now be perfected at 158 Bleecker Street. $25

Tompkins Square Green Market

What’s better than shopping at your local farmers market? Start your Sunday morning off fresh and healthy at this farmers market in Tompkins Square Park.

Columbia Carnival Party

Are you ready to party? Head to 158 Bleeker Street for the Columbian party of the week. Ticket prices vary, starts at 10 p.m.

MLK Day—Monday, Jan. 20

Martin Luther King Jr. Day at Prospect Park 

Head down to Prospect Park on Monday to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. From 12 to 4 p.m., the Prospect Park Alliance will host family-friendly events that are free to the public.

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