Today is the official first day of fall, and Lincoln Center’s constituent organizations have found more ways to connect patrons with a variety of virtual content for the season. Check out the following links, to explore different content this season: The New York Philharmonic, The Metropolitan Opera, New York City Ballet, Chamber Music Society, Film at Lincoln Center, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Lincoln Center Theater, Lincoln Center at Home, Juilliard, The School of American Ballet, and the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts
NYCB's Digital Fall Season
As Autumn arrives, ballet aficionados will still be able to enjoy performances and choreography even without the theater experience. Beginning Tuesday, September...
End-of-Season Sales in Lincoln Square
This week marks the official beginning of fall, and many stores around Lincoln Square are offering end-of-season sales and other promotions. Why not check them out...
The 58th New York Film Festival
The 58th Annual New York Film Festival, presented by Film at Lincoln Center, has begun, continuing the tradition of celebrating cinematic offerings from around the...
Bike Safety Tips
Biking has become an increasingly popular transit option amongst New Yorkers trying to navigate the city throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. When opting for...
Jazz at Home: Live from Dizzy's
Live content is coming to Jazz at Lincoln Center this fall through a series of virtual events: Live From Dizzy’s. This series welcomes club favorites and emerging artists...
Lincoln Center Free Food Distribution 9.24.20

NYC Health: Virtual Rat Academy 9.23.20

Racquetball & Squash at the West Side Y

Dancer's Corner Presents Ballroom Stories 9.24.20

WNET Education: Free At-Home Learning Resources

Shop Neutrals

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

Outside Dining in
Lincoln Square

Updates on Public Schools
The NYC Department of Education has made updates to the start dates of in-person learning for public schools. Find out more information here.
City Council Passes COVID-19 Restaurant Surcharge
On Wednesday, September 16, New York City Council voted in favor of Int. No. 828, a bill that permits restaurants to charge an additional fee up to 10% of customers’ total bill as an economic recovery support measure during the pandemic. The charge will be separate from gratuity and must be clearly listed on menus and bills. Click here to learn more.
Indoor Dining Begins Wednesday, September 30
Governor Cuomo has announced that restaurants in New York City can begin indoor dining services at 25% capacity on Wednesday, September 30. Restaurants that open for indoor dining must follow specific protocols issued by the State. Learn more here.
Complete the 2020 Census
According to the New York Post, two-out-of-three households who live in Lincoln Square have completed the 2020 Census, compared to 76% in 2010. This reduction in completed Censuses in Lincoln Square alone could cost New York City $59 million in federal funds. Click here to complete the Census by Wednesday, September 30.
Indoor Pools Open Wednesday, September 30
Mayor de Blasio announced that indoor pools will be allowed to reopen on Wednesday, September 30, subject to strict occupancy limits at 33% of capacity. Click here for more guidance.
Commercial Eviction Moratorium Extended
Governor Cuomo announced that the commercial eviction moratorium has been extended until Tuesday, October 20, 2020. This moratorium prohibits the initiation of a proceeding or enforcement of any eviction of any commercial tenant for nonpayment of rent or a foreclosure of any commercial mortgage for nonpayment of such mortgage. Click here for more information.  
"All In NYC" Marketing Materials
“All in NYC” is a rallying cry to remind the world of the immutable spirit of New Yorkers. NYC & Co and NYCEDC are launching this flexible marketing campaign, complete with customizable graphics that you can use to promote your neighborhood and local businesses. You don't need to be a member to participate. Click here for more information and to download the tool kit.