Happy Valentine's Day! The Lincoln Square BID wishes you a wonderful day with your sweethearts and loved ones, and, if you've procrastinated and still don't have a little something to show you care, check out our article from the last issue for ideas. You can still purchase Conversation Heart Cookies from Bouchon Bakery or grab some chocolate covered strawberries from Whole Foods Market. Whatever you decide, we hope your day is special!  


New Hours for TKTS Lincoln Center Booth
With 2-for-1 Off-Broadway Week deals going on this month, stage performance is surely on everyone's mind. Though Off-Broadway Week only lasts through February 25, it's still possible to purchase  discounted tickets to incredible theater performance year-round...
February is for (Library) Lovers
February isn't just about romance with your valentine--it's also a month dedicated to the soft spot many among us have for our local libraries...
Discounts Around Lincoln Square's Cultural Spots
Even outside of discount tickets at the Zucker Box Office inside of the David Rubenstein Atrium, there are more opportunities for patrons young and old to enjoy local cultural performances at affordable prices...
President's Day Means Discounts for Your Home
Does being cooped up waiting for spring have you itching for some shopping deals and new home goods? Good news...
Senior Day at Duane Reade
Have you heard about Senior Day?



DSNY Holiday Service Change
In observance of President's Day, t he NYC  Department of Sanitation   (DSNY)  will not collect garbage, recycling, or organics, nor perform street cleaning, on Monday, February 19.  Residents who normally receive Monday trash, organics or recycling collection should place their material out at curbside after 4:00pm on Monday, February 19 for pickup.
Celebrate Black History Month with BP Gale Brewer
February is Black History Month, and Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer is celebrating with a free event honoring black activists. The event will take place Monday, February 26 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at 253 West 125th Street, Upstairs at The Apollo. Click here to RSVP
Comptroller's M/WBE University
Comptroller Scott Stringer will be holding a series of workshops designed to increase access to the Comptroller's Office and citywide opportunities for Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprises. Click here for a flyer with the dates and topics of each workshop. 
SBS & Planning for Emergencies 
The Department of Small Business Services (SBS) wants to know how to best help businesses plan for emergency situations. From gas leaks and fires, to major storms and flooding, NYC businesses face many challenges that can affect day-to-day operations. If you own or manage a business, SBS would like you to share your ideas and experiences around how they can help you plan for emergencies. Click here to take the survey and enter for a chance to win a gift card.