Tuesday: Celebrate World Lindy Hop Day in Harlem, where lindy and swing dancing began. An Evening in the Harlem Renaissance: A Retrospective to Recall, Remember and Revere is hosted by the Harlem Swing Dance Society, and includes film clips of some of the best dancing you’ll ever see, plus discussions on the music, dance, architecture and fashion that has made Harlem unique. 6pm to 9pm at the Lt. Joseph P. Kennedy Center, 34 West 134 Street. Email [email protected] for additional information.
Tuesday: Workshop on money matters for small business owners. Learn how to price your services, how to determine your break even, and more. Workshop leader Thomas Henderson, author of the Security eBook 30 Smart Ways to Protect Yourself from Cyber Criminals. Program is 6:30pm at the Mid-Manhattan Library, the NYPL branch across Fifth Avenue from the main branch with the stone lions out front. @midmanhattanlib
Wednesday: Eataly’s Nutella Cafe re-opens with FREE Nutella-filled mini sugar cones for the first 300 people in line. The Nutella Cafe opens at 5pm, but the line for the food freebie will start earlier. Eataly is at 230 Fifth Avenue at 23rd St.
Thursday: Celebrate Brooklyn Latin Dance Party. Grab a partner and shake that bootie, starting at 7pm at the Harbor Lawn at Brooklyn Bridge Park. including a FREE dance lesson for those with two left feet.
Friday: Films on the Green in Central Park is an irregular schedule of French film classics throughout the summer. This week, it’s the iconic Roger Vadim classic And God Created Woman. Bring a blanket andsome good French bread, cheese and wine to Cedar Hill, enter the park at 79th Street and Fifth Avenue. Movie starts at 8:30pm