GNA sponsors many events each year. Our two signature events are the Taste of Gramercy Food Festival and The Gramercy Art Show. We also promote local events that enrich the lives of our residents. Please support the GNA-sponsored and local events listed below.
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TASTE OF GRAMERCY FOOD FEST
Showcasing some of Gramercy’s top restaurants, Taste of Gramercy was started to promote local businesses and introduce residents of NYC to the wonderful array of food that Gramercy has to offer. Net proceeds from this event go to benefit healthy meal programs at local public schools, including PS 40 and School of the Future. In addition, all leftover food feeds the homeless via the Bowery Mission. Contact us for more information, to participate as a restaurant or business, or to volunteer.
THE GRAMERCY ART SHOW
The Gramercy Art Show is Gramercy's longest running independent art event. Sponsored by Gramercy Neighborhood Associates, the oldest neighborhood association in Gramercy Park and one of the oldest in New York City, the Gramercy Art Show was established to welcome, showcase, and promote the work of emerging and established artists, and has grown in to a successful annual event with entries from around the globe. THE 2022 SHOW RUNS FROM 12/10 THRU 12/30. APPLY NOW!
Dec 9 | 7:30pm
Join the Salmagundi Club for a Feierabend concert event with One Music International Ensemble. (in German, the verb “feiern” means celebrate, and the noun “Abend” means evening)
Dec 19 | 6:00pm
National Arts Club
Join us for the traditional National Arts Club holiday concert. Your favorite songs and carols will be performed by the Principal Quintet of the Gramercy Brass Orchestra under the direction of Trumpeter John Henry Lambert Jr.
Jan 8 | 3:00pm
Join Max Czollek and Rebecca Guber for a conversation about his new book De-Integrate!, published by Restless Books. This polemical, often humorous examination of Jewish life in contemporary Germany speaks to the position of minorities the world over.
Jan 11 | 2:00pm
The New York City Department of Small Business Services will be hosting an online minority/women business owner workshop
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