See free & cheap NYC events for tomorrow, Wednesday, September 17th. (More added later today)

Today’s Events
Through Monday, September 22nd: Free Cookies + Swag
Tuesday, September 16th: Authors Inspired by Walt Whitman Pay Tribute to His Work
Tuesday, September 16th: Menu for Mars Supper Club
Tuesday, September 16th: 'Typographic Universe' Celebrates Typography from Unexpected Places
Tuesday, September 16th: ‘Mess of A Dreamer: A Taylor Swift Fanzine’ Launch Party
Tuesday, September 16th: Bushwick Burlesque Celebrates 3 Years
Tuesday, September 16th: WWD Fashion Career Expo 2014
Tuesday, September 16th: Idle Hands 4th Anniversary with $2 Drinks & Trivia
Tuesday, September 16th: Showcase of Climate Designs to Move Hearts and Minds
Tuesday, September 16th: The Arab Spring, Three Years Later: Where Are We Now & How Did We Get Here?
Tuesday, September 16th: 'Misadventures & Miracles: A Guide to Adventure Storytelling' with a 'National Geographic' Photographer
Through Wednesday, November 5th: 'Sleuthing the Mind'—Artistic Practice Informed by Neuroscience

See more ongoing & upcoming NYC events
Through Saturday, November 15th: 'From the Western Front and Beyond: The Writings of World War One'
Through Sunday, September 28th: Governors Island is Open for the 2014 Season
Through September: Free Art Supplies & Instruction
Through Friday, October 3rd: Mad. Sq. Eats 2014 Pop-Up Food Marketplace
Through Sunday, September 28th: The New York Clown Theatre Festival 2014
Through Friday, October 3rd: Floating Library on the Hudson River
Through Saturday, September 20th: NYC Parks Bocce Tournament 2014
Thorough Sunday, October 26th: Exhibition on Amusement Park Rides & Games of the 1900s
Through Tuesday, September 30th: FringeNYC Encores 2014
Through Sunday, September 28th: $20 Off-Broadway Shows During 20at20 2014
Through Tuesday, September 30th: In Our Own Words: Feminist Non-Fiction Films of the '70s
Through Monday, January 19th: See the Work of Mac Conner, a 'Mad Men'-Era Illustrator
Through Saturday, October 25th: 'Decolonized Skies' Showcases Ways Surveillance Technology Can Be Used for Public Good
Through Sunday, February 15th: 'Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe'
Through Saturday, September 20th: BEAT (Brooklyn Emerging Artists in Theater) Festival 2014
Through Saturday, September 27th: 'Future Feminism' Exhibition & Performance Series
Through Sunday, September 21st: Feast of San Gennaro 2014
Through Tuesday, September 30th: How Anna Got Her Groove Back: Karina After Godard
Through Saturday, January 3rd: 'Dance & Fashion' Exhibition at FIT
Through Saturday, October 25th: Mika Tajima's 'Total Body Conditioning' Contemplates Experience of Time & Space
Through Saturday, October 4th: 'The Natural History Museum' Highlights Social & Political Forces That Shape Nature
Through Wednesday, September 17th: Free Piano Concerts in Bryant Park
Tuesdays & Thursdays Through September 18th: Free Yoga Classes + Giveaways
Tuesdays Through September 30: 'Old New York Live' Hosted by Mems. of The Roots
Weekdays Through Friday, September 17th: Free Coworking in Bryant Park

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