| -Via EW.com
We’re so close to summer that it’s about time we re-enter the city to prepare for all the free time we’re about to have (Don’t question our logic, just enjoy yourself).
New Music Bake Sale
Friday 7pm-midnight, First Presbyterian Church 124 Henry St. at Clark St. A fundraiser for New Music that will include baked goods, drinks, and live performances from several participating bands. It’s a packed program, see website for line-up.
Price: $15, includes two drinks
Friday 6pm, Borders 10 Columbus Cir., 2nd fl (212-823-9775)
Tori Spelling of Beverly Hills 90210 fame reads from her new memoir, Mommyhood.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Deganit Shemy and Co.
Friday and Saturday 7:30pm, 219 W. 19th Street nr. Seventh Ave (212-691-6500)
An Israeli choreographer puts five dancers to work to the music of metronomes and crowd noises. Shape the moves yourself this weekend only.
Basement Bhangra’s 12th Birthday
Saturday 11:55pm, S.O.B.’s 204 Varick St (212-243-4940)
For twelve years, S.O.B.’s has put New Yorkers dancing to the beats of remixed music with Indian motifs. The celebration turns twelve, and the club is hosting a special night of partying to celebrate.
Saturday 11pm-2am, Rubulad 338 Flushing Ave
It will be an off-the-wall experience featuring a free bouncy ride and a human petting zoo. It promises of provoke!
Ravinstyle Pop-Up at the Wonderland Fashion Flea Market
The online boutique Ravinstyle sets up their once-in-a-blue-moon pop-up shop at the Wonderland flea market. Expect unusually deep discounts on New York’s most famous names in fashion.
Sunday 12-5pm, 418 W. 13th St. b/t Ninth Ave. & Washington St. (212-524-2800)
Price: Free entry
People’s Symphony Concerts
Sunday 2pm, The Town Hall 123 W. 43rd St. (212-840-2824)
The latest in these series of way-cheaper-than-they-should-be performances features world-renowned pianist Peter Serkin. It’s an event practically begging for college-student patronage.