See free & cheap NYC events for tomorrow, Saturday, January 17th (more added later today).

Today’s Events
Friday, January 16th: Secret Walls Art Battle + Free Food & Drinks
Through Sunday, January 18th: Community Celebration of NYC Culture with Zine Party, Workshops, Talks & More
Friday, January 16th: Free Motown vs. Studio 54 Dance Party
Thursday, January 16th: Lomography Party + Free Food & Drinks + Discounts
Thursday, January 16th: Lomography Party + Free Food & Drinks + Discounts
Friday, January 23rd: Squash Tournament of Champions 2015
Friday, January 16th: Martin Luther King’s 'Letter from Birmingham Jail'—Free Online Discussion
January 14th & January 16th-18th: Free One-on-One Performance with Multihyphenate Reggie Watts
Through Sunday, January 18th: Philip K. Dick 2015 International Film Festival of Science Fiction, Fantastic Film, Science & the Supernatural
Friday, January 16th: Jamel Shabazz Doc Screening + Q&A with Director Charlie Ahearn
Friday, January 16th: Board Game Night
Friday, January 16th: Peals (Mems. Future Islands & DOUBLE DAGGER) at 'Time is a Milk Bowl'
Friday, January 16th: The 9th OUTmusic Awards Benefit Concert
Friday, January 16th: What Cheer? Brigade / Unstoppable Death Machines / Big Figment
Friday, January 16th: Everyone's Favorite Game Show!

Ending Today
Through Friday, January 16th: MoMA's Film Department Screens Top Picks from 2014
Through Friday, January 16th: New York Botanical Garden's Holiday Train Show

See more ongoing & upcoming NYC events
Through Summer 2015: Spencer Finch's 'A Certain Slant of Light' Turns The Morgan Into a Calendar Based on the Movement of the Sun
Through Spring 2015: 'Kandinsky Before Abstraction, 1901–1911'
Through Monday, January 19th: 'What’s Up, Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones'
Through Sunday, March 22nd: 'The Paris of Toulouse-Lautrec: Prints and Posters'
Through Monday, January 19th: See the Work of Mac Conner, a 'Mad Men'-Era Illustrator
Through Sunday, February 15th: 'Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe'
Through Saturday, January 31st: Celebrate 45 Years of 'Sesame Street' with NYPL
Through Sunday, February 8th: 'Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs' at MoMA
Through Monday, March 23rd: 'Witness at a Crossroads' Showcases Marc Riboud’s Post-War Photographs of Asia
Through Sunday, February 1st: 'Death Becomes Her: A Century of Mourning Attire'
Through Sunday, March 1st: Ice Skating in Bryant Park
Through Sunday, January 25th: 'Treasures from India: Jewels from the Al-Thani Collection'
Through Sunday, March 22nd: 'Helena Rubinstein: Beauty Is Power'
Through Saturday, March 7th: 'Light Cycles' Installation Illuminates the Winter Garden
Through Sunday, November 1st: 'Making Music Modern: Design for Ear and Eye'
Through Saturday, January 17th: 'Afterword' Elaborates on Kara Walker's Domino Sugar Refinery Installation
Through Sunday, February 22nd: 'Holiday Express: Toys and Trains from the Jerni Collection'
Through Saturday, April 25th: 'Faking It: Originals, Copies and Counterfeits' in the Fashion Industry with Garments from Chanel & Yamamoto
Through Saturday, February 7th: 'Dust, Dialogue and Uncertainty: Slow Knowledge in Design Thinking and Practice'
Through Sunday, February 15th: 'Sublime: The Prints of J. M. W. Turner and Thomas Moran'
Through Saturday, January 31st: 'Broadway Revealed: Photographs by Stephen Joseph Behind the Theater Curtain'
Through Saturday, February 28th: 50% Off Admission to the Museum of Sex
Through Saturday, January 31st: COIL 2015 Performing Arts Festival
Through Sunday, January 18th: Under the Radar Festival 2014
Through Saturday, January 17th: Prototype Festival 2015—Opera, Music & Theatre
Through Sunday, January 18th: American Realness Festial 2015
Through Wednesday, January 21st: STEM Fest 2015
Through Sunday, January 18th: Get a First Look at 2015 Films at Museum of the Modern Image
Through Sunday, February 8th: 596 Acres Presents Every Urban Renewal Plan NYC Has Ever Adopted
Through Thursday, January 29th: New York Jewish Film Festival 2015

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