Unsilent Night 2013: The NYC Holiday Tradition Continues

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Each December for the past two decades, composer Phil Kline has led a march of merrymakers from the West Village to the East, in what has become one of NYC’s favorite holiday traditions – Unsilent Night. Now in its 22nd year, Unsilent Night returns in all of its family-friendly musical magic this Saturday, December 14, starting at 6:45 p.m. in Washington Square Park.

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Labor Day Weekend: Washington Square Park Outdoor Art Exhibit (Free)

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If you’re looking for a low-key stroll this weekend, the Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibit is a good idea. Attendees include a cosmopolitan mix of art lovers, tourists, faculty and students. The show has its venue on University Place, and starts at East 12th Street extending south along the east side of Washington Square Park ending at West 3rd Street.

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