The Weekender 09/27-09/2909.26.2013
Looking for something to do this weekend?
Art On Your Mind? Go to Axelle Fine Arts from September 28- October 27 to view the Marc Chalmé Solo Exhibition. Opening Reception on Saturday, September 28, 6-8pm. RSVP only.
Marc Chalmé is having a solo debut exhibition called Still Light at Axelle Fine Arts. His pieces include mysterious landscapes, still-lifes and figurative pieces. His distinguished and unique style has brought him a considerable following across Europe. The way he depicts the light in his paintings give his work an almost serene and eerie feel. His most recent exhibition in France was critically acclaimed at France’s largest auction house review, by Gazette Drouot. On September 28th from 6-8PM, Marc Chalmé will attend the opening reception for his exhibit and will be available to discuss his work.
Grab Some Andechs Festbier and Fill Your Stein! It’s Zum Schneider’s 13th annual Oktoberfest.
NYC’s most authentic Oktoberfest party will take the East Village by storm this weekend. Join Zum Schneider Bavarian Bierhouse as they celebrate the 200th anniversary of one of the most well-known festivals in Munich. Treat yourself to some Riesen-Wiesn-Brezn (giant pretzls) and Wiesn Hendl (whole broiled chicken). Fill your stein with original Oktoberfest Beer, and dance to their line-up of infamous bands and DJ’s, including the JaJaJa’s. Tap off the first keg at noon on September 28th, and go back for seconds, thirds, or more! Check out the event website for more dates and times.
Want To Taste France? Well you can’t eat the country, but you can try some original French cuisine right here in Bryant Park!
September 28-29th, head over to Bryant Park to experience the best of French innovation, lifestyle, and culture. With free admittance and over 120 booths displaying the best that France has to offer, you will get a first hand experience of living in France, without actually traveling there. Unless you win their prize of 2 round-trip tickets to Paris via Air France. Join the cultural festival as they showcase France with hot air balloons, jet-engine displays, French lessons, wine tastings, cooking demos, lavender distilleries, French bulldog shows, and much, much more! The festival is fun for all ages. Head over to the Taste of France website to learn more about the event.
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