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This Week in NYC: November 17-23

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I don’t know about you all, but I’m eagerly anticipating my week of Friendsgivings to prep for the main event next week. I’ve got pumpkin (not lattes) on my mind as we head into a pre-holiday week of either a tailspin to prepare for jetsetting or some lax days for those of us who are already in vacation mode. If it’s the latter, check out our social calendar to fill up your extra hours!

Monday

Start your week with some culture at The Guggenheim’s series “Works & Process”, featuring Juilliard Dance students performances and a discussion behind the creative process of the choreography. $35 dollars here, 1071 5th Ave, 7:30 PM

Tuesday

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Sample spirits which highlight local distillers, millers and farmers who work with regional grains at the Third Annual Spirits of New York event. General admission tickets can be purchased here for $40. The Shanty, 79 Richardson St, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Wednesday

Shop at the Shoshanna sample sale for deals on dresses, swimwear, and separates for up to 75%. 231 W 39th St between Seventh and Eighth Aves, Suite 422, 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Thursday

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I recently attended the opening of Mile High Run Club, a brand new treadmill class gym in Noho. Offering a 60 minute “distance” class or a 45 minute “dash” class, both with varying intensity based on your level of fitness, this is a great alternative to bracing the freezing cold for a jog. Class schedule and sign ups here, E 4th Street

Friday

Start your weekend off right with an hour-long Pure Barre class to tone up before your Thanksgiving indulgences. Friendly instructors, convenient location, and beautiful studio are three of the many reasons you should give this studio a try.  78 5th Ave, Classes 7 days a week

Saturday

This is your last Saturday to snack on your heart’s content of gooey grilled cheeses, juicy barbecue sandwiches, and a plethora of other delicious food options at Smorgasburg before it closes for the season. East River State Park (90 Kent Ave at N. 7 St.,  11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Sunday

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Brunch time, bitches! Check out recently reviewed Claudette for the dreamy European atmosphere, the Harissa baked eggs, and the lamb burger. Serves brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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