Today in Lincoln Square! View more beautiful summer shots of the district on our Flickr here. Photo credit: Elena Olivo
NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS
Restart Stages' August Lineup
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts has announced their August programming for Restart Stages, and there are a lot of amazing events to look forward to! Check out...
New York Asian Film Festival's 20th Edition
Dedicated to promoting Asian representation on the silver screen, the 20th edition of the New York Asian Film Festival (NYAFF) presented by the New York Asian Film...
Deals, Meals, and More at This Local Marketplace
A long-standing gem of Lincoln Square, Gourmet Garage is more than just a food market—it’s also an affordable weekday lunch spot, an occasional personal chef for...
Virtual Swing University: Summer of Saxophone
Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Swing University is back for its Summer Virtual Term from Sunday, August 1 through Wednesday, September 8. This special term, Summer of...
National Lipstick Day 2021
National Lipstick Day is coming up on Thursday, July 29. Now is the time to add new products and colors to your lipstick collection! 
WHAT'S HAPPENING
Solstice Sunglasses Sun Days Fun Days

Lucy Moses School Dance Camp 8.16.21 - 8.20.21

National Night Out with NYPD 20th Precinct 8.3.21

Lincoln Center Woke Baby Book Fair 7.31.21

Old John's Breakfast 8:00-11:30am (Call for Details)

New Arrivals: BLOCH
Fall Collection

Mini Manhattan Getaway at Mandarin Oriental, NY

Magnolia 25th Birthday Banana Pudding Cups

DOT Summer Streets
8.7.21 and 8.14.21

Lincoln Square BID
Events Calendar

COMMUNITY ALERTS
Get Vaccinated Today!
New York City's COVID-19 positivity rate has increased to over 2%, and cases are continuing to increase especially among unvaccinated individuals. Anyone 12 years and older can get a COVID-19 vaccine for free. Click here to find a vaccine site near you.
Revised CDC Guidance on Masks for Vaccinated People
The CDC has revised its COVID-19 guidance to say that people vaccinated against COVID-19 should resume wearing masks in public indoor spaces in areas where the virus is surging. CDC officials also recommended that while K-12 schools should return to in-person learning in the fall, there should be universal masking for teachers, staff, students and visitors, regardless of vaccination status and community transmission of the virus. Learn more here.
NYC to Require All City Workers to Be Vaccinated or Tested Weekly
Mayor de Blasio has announced that NYC's roughly 340,000 municipal workers must be be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Monday, September 13 or they will face weekly testing.
Conservation of Dante Starting 8.2.21
We have been notified by the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation that restoration work on the statue of Dante in Dante Park's interior (at 63rd Street between Broadway and Columbus Avenue) will take place for the first two weeks of August beginning Monday, August 2. More information to come, but expect construction activity in Dante Park next week. 
New York City Musical and Theatrical Production Tax Credit
Governor Cuomo has announced the launch of a new $100 million NYC Musical and Theatrical Production Tax Credit designed to help revitalize the cultural community. The Tax Credit is a two-year program that will offset some of the costs associated with producing a show, such as costs for sets, costumes, technical support, salaries, sound, lighting, and more. Click here for more information.
NYC Food Waste Toolkit
The Sanitation Foundation has created an NYC Food Waste Toolkit, a free digital directory that helps businesses and residents find solutions to food waste. View the Toolkit here.