Sunday, February 22nd: Oscar Parties, Free Tax Prep, Henna Tattoos + 73 More

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Oscar Screening Parties
Sunday, February 22nd: The Big Oscars Quiz Thing 2015
Sunday, February 22nd: Gotham West Market Oscars Party + Oscars Ample Hills Ice Cream & Free Snacks
Sunday, February 22nd: Oscars 2015 Party at Brooklyn Winery
Sunday, February 22nd: 2015 Oscars Party + Drink Giveaways
Sunday, February 22nd: SNL Writers Unscripted: The Oscar Show
Sunday, February 22nd: South 4th Bar's 2015 Oscars Party + Specialty Drinks & Prizes
Sunday, February 22nd: QED's Oscars Party with Drink Specials & Comedian Commentary
Sunday, February 22nd: 2015 Oscars Party at Videology
Sunday, February 22nd: Formal Oscars Party
Sunday, February 22nd: SideBar's 2015 Oscars Party
Sunday, February 22nd: Free Oscars Party at Littlefield + Themed Cocktails
Sunday, February 22nd: Big Screen Oscars Viewing Party

More Events Today
Free 2015 Tax Prep Assistance for New Yorkers—In All 5 Boroughs & Online
Sunday, February 22nd: Chinatown 2015 Lunar New Year Parade
Through Sunday, May 24th: 'Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic' at Brooklyn Museum
Sunday, February 22nd: Free Film: 'Dirty Dancing' + Nerd Karaoke
Sunday, February 22nd: Harlem Chamber Players 2015 Black History Month Concert
Sunday, February 22nd: How to Henna Tattoo
Through Thursday, April 30th: 'Performing Franklin Furnace' & Making the World Safe for Avant-Garde Art
Sunday, February 22nd: Cooking with Cast Iron
Through Sunday, July 19th: 'Elaborate Embroidery Fabrics for Menswear before 1815'
Through Sunday, March 22nd: 'A Century of Calligraphy'
Sunday, February 22nd: Tour of a Rapidly Changing Crown Heights
Sunday, February 22nd: Tree Identification Walk
Sunday, February 22nd: Ukulele for Beginners
Sunday, February 22nd: 'Miss Piggy: A Sow Is Born'
Sunday, February 22nd: 'This Land is Your Land: Walking with Woody Guthrie'

Ending Today
Through Sunday, February 22nd: 'Holiday Express: Toys and Trains from the Jerni Collection'
Through Saturday, February 22nd: Smack Mellon RESPONDs to Our Broken Justice System
Through Saturday, February 22nd: Drone-Created Paintings by KATSU
Through Sunday, February 22nd: 'John Carpenter: Master of Fear' Retrospective at BAM
Through Sunday, February 22nd: Poetic License Festival 2015
Through Sunday, February 22nd: Sexy Short Plays
Through Sunday, February 22nd: Martha Graham Dance Company Highlights Sculpture & Architecture's Influence on Modern Dance
Through Sunday, February 22nd: Strawberry One-Act Festival 2015
Through Saturday, February 22nd: Grand Street Restaurant Week 2015
Through Sunday, February 22nd: ID Pop-Up Shop
Through Sunday, February 22nd: Greenwich Village Antiquarian Book Fair 2015
Saturday, February 21st & Sunday, February 22nd: Free Admission to Morbid Anatomy Museum + Special Tours

Ongoing
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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 Sunday, March 22nd: 'The Paris of Toulouse-Lautrec: Prints and Posters'
Through Monday, March 23rd: 'Witness at a Crossroads' Showcases Marc Riboud’s Post-War Photographs of Asia
Through Sunday, March 1st: Ice Skating in Bryant Park
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, April 25th: 'Faking It: Originals, Copies and Counterfeits' in the Fashion Industry with Garments from Chanel & Yamamoto
Through Saturday, February 28th: 50% Off Admission to the Museum of Sex
Through Thursday, April 30th: 'Avian Aviators' Take Over the Garment District
Through Sunday, April 19th: 'Freedom Journey 1965: Photographs of the Selma to Montgomery March by Stephen Somerstein'
Through Sunday, March 22nd: 'Tomi Ungerer: All in One' Spotlights the Beloved Children's Book Illustrator's Broad Range of Work
Through Sunday, March 8th: 'Tongue Stones' at Pioneer Works
Through Sunday, April 1st: Free & Cheap Fitness Classes Near Union Square
Through Sunday, June 7th: 'Lincoln Speaks: Words That Transformed a Nation'
Through Sunday, March 29th: 'Lights, Camera, Astoria!' Explores the Rich History of Astoria Filmmaking
50% Off Chocolate Tours & Tastings
Through Saturday, March 14th: 'CHOICE' Spotlights Resurgence of Women's Rights Issues
Through Saturday, March 7th: Vera Lutter's NYC Pinhole Camera Cityscapes
Through Sunday,May 3rd: 'SELF: Portraits of Artists in Their Absence'
Through Thursday, March 19th: 'INVISIBLE CITY/NIGHT WALK': Gritty Photos of '80s LES Bohemia
Through Saturday, February 28th: 2015 Anti-Valentine's Day Film Series at Spectacle
Through Saturday, February 28th: Catch Rock Music-Themed Flicks During Rockuary 2015
Through Saturday, February 28th: City Bakery's 2015 Hot Chocolate Festival
Through Saturday, February 28th: Composers Now Festival 2015
Through Saturday, February 28th: Whiskey Fest 2015
Through Friday, February 27th: Taste Unique Flavors of Flapjacks During Pancake Month 2015
Through Sunday, March 1st: See the Development of +POOL, a Water-Filtering Pool Coming to the Middle of the East River
Through Saturday, April 18th: 'Yves Saint Laurent + Halston: Fashioning the 70s'
Through Thursday, February 26th: 'LOVE/SICK' Tells the Stories of Couples at a Crossroad
Through Friday, February 27th: Documentary Fortnight 2015: MoMA’s International Festival of Nonfiction Film and Media
Through Spring: Erotic Fairground with Tit-Tacular Bounce House, Labyrinth & More
Through Friday, March 6th: NYC Restaurant Week 2015
Through Sunday, March 8th: FRIGID 2015 Fringe Theatre Festival
Through Sunday, April 19th: Paula Hayes’s 'Gazing Globes' Puts a New Spin on the Detritus of Modern Life
Through Sunday, March 1st: New York City Beer Week 2015

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