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See free & cheap NYC events for tomorrow, Monday, January 18 (more added later today).
Sunday, January 17: Discounted Healing Sessions at Maha Rose Open House
Sunday, January 17: Free Sweet & Savory Crepes Cooking Class
Sunday, January 17: WASABASSCO Burlesque's Pajama Party
Sunday, January 17: Free Humor Writing Workshop
Sunday, January 17: 'Ping Pong Mao' Tournament
Sunday, January 17: Brooklyn Soup Takedown 2016
Sunday, January 17: '90s Dance Cardio Workout
Sunday, January 17: Martin Luther King, Jr. & Social Justice—What's Possible Now?
Sunday, January 17: Apollo Uptown Hall Race & Privilege: Exploring MLK's Two Americas
Sunday, January 17: Nail Art & Nail Polish Swap with NYC Resistor
Sunday, January 17: Energetic Cleansing for Beginners + Free Drinks
Sunday, January 17: Golden Festival 2016 Afterparty at Drom
Sunday, January 17: Ten Ton Man / The Lost Wayne
Sunday, January 17: David Bowie-Themed Open Mic Night
Sunday, January 17: Dirty Dozen Brass Band
Sunday, January 17: Moon Hooch
Sunday, January 17: SALLY CAN'T DANCE | A TRIBUTE TO BOWIE & ELVIS
Through Sunday, January 17th: 'Designing Home: Jews and Midcentury Modernism'
Through Sunday, January 17: American Realness Festival 2015 Offers New Perspectives Through Performative Works
Through Sunday, January 17: COIL Performance Art Festival 2016
Through Sunday, January 17: Prototype 2015 Festival of Opera & Musical Theatre
Through Sunday, January 17: Retrospective of Chris La Putt's Music Photography + Opening with Nellie McKay & Basia Bulat
Through Sunday, January 17: Under the Radar Festival 2015 Shares New Theatre from Around the World
Through Sunday, January 17: The Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival 2016
Through Sunday, January 17: American Dance Platform 2016
Saturday, January 16 & Sunday, January 17: Chance Ecologies Walks, Talks & Screenings
Saturday, January 16 & Sunday, January 17: Feeling Gloomy David Bowie Dance Party Weekend at Grand Victory + Face Painting & Visuals
See more ongoing & upcoming NYC events
Through Sunday, April 17th: Jeppe Hein's Interactive Art in Brooklyn Bridge Park
Through Sunday, January 31st: Caturday, lolcats, Celeb Kitties and More at 'How Cats Took Over the Internet'
Free Admission to the Museum of the City of New York + Free Breakfast
Through Sunday, February 7th: Picasso Sculpture Exhibition at MoMA
Through Sunday, January 17th: History of Wooden Toys Exhibit
Through Sunday, August 7th: 'Pixar: The Design of Story'
Through Sunday, February 21st: 'Superheroes in Gotham'
Through Monday, March 7th: 'Greater New York' Exhibition at MoMA PS1
Through Sunday, March 20th: 'Jacob A. Riis: Revealing New York's Other Half'
Through Sunday, February 7th: 'Becoming Jewish: Warhol’s Liz and Marilyn'
Through Sunday, February 7th: Frank Stella Retrospective at the Whitney
Through Sunday, January 17th: 'Archibald Motley: Jazz Age Modernist'
Through Tuesday, January 26th: 'New York, I love You, But…'
Through Sunday, April 10th: 'Hollywood Afterlives in Art and Artifact'
Through Sunday, April 17th: 'Silicon City: Computer History Made in New York'
Through Sunday, June 26th: Alex Katz at the Met
Through Sunday, February 21st: Free Holiday Train Show 2015
Through Sunday, February 14th: Alfred Stieglitz’s 'The Steerage'
Through Monday, April 4th: Steve McCurry's Stunning Photographs of India on Display
Through Friday, February 12: Vintage Prints from a Pioneering Street Photographer
Through Sunday, February 21st: 'Jacqueline de Ribes: The Art of Style'
Through Sunday, March 13th: 'Coney Island: Visions of an American Dreamland, 1861–2008'
Through Sunday, March 13th: 'Jackson Pollock: A Collection Survey, 1934–1954'
Through Monday, January 18th: New York Botanical Garden Holiday Train Show 2015
Through Saturday, May 7th: 'Denim: Fashion's Final Frontier'
Through Sunday, January 24: First Look 2016 International Film Festival at MoMI
Through Sunday, January 31: Spectacle Indie Cinema Screens Its 2015 Favorites
Through Sunday, July 24: Celebrate the Chinese Lunar Year of the Monkey at the Met
Through January: See a Forest Suspended from the Ceiling of Knockdown Center
Through Saturday, February 13: 'Language of the Birds: Occult and Art' with Works from Aleister Crowley to Kiki Smith
Through Saturday, January 30: The Exponential Brooklyn Theatre Festival 2016
Through Thursday, January 21: Film Series Commemorates the 400th Anniversary of Shakespeare's Death
Through Tuesday, January 26: New York Jewish Film Festival 2016
Through Wednesday, January 20: $5 Films at Scandinavia House
Through Monday, February 8: Free Latin Jazz Concerts in the Meatpacking District
Through Saturday, April 16: 'Fairy Tale Fashion' in Dramatic Settings at FIT
Through Saturday, February 13: 'Punk and Hardcore Fliers, Zines and Ephemera' at Printed Matter
Saturdays & Sundays Through March 2016: Sneak a Peak at the Lowline, the LES's Underground Park