Thunderbird American Indian Dancers Concert and Pow Wow: This is the 48th annual event for this group of Native Americans from tribes throughout the USA living here in NYC. See this recent NYCOTC posting for full details.
Winter Green Festival: Celebrate the approaching spring at the Museum at Eldridge Street, in this annual family-friendly festival honoring trees and their fruit. You don’t have to be Jewish to join in the Tu B’Shvat festival, which includes a concert by Bath the Trash, which uses instrumets made of recycled objects. The festival is 1 PM to 4 PM Sunday and includes a tour of the recently restored Eldridge Street Synagogue. Tickets are $12 for adults, $10 for students and 65+, and $6 for ages 5 to 8. Get tickets here.
Killer Heels at the Brooklyn Museum: More than 160 wedges, stilettos and boots from designers including Salvatore Ferragamo , Christian Louboutin , Alexander McQueen, Manolo Blahnik, Chanel and Prada are on display, along with several short films inspired by shoes. See this recent NYCOTC posting for full details.
NYC Museums: They are all open on Super Bowl Sunday. Take your pick.