There are more than 8.8 million things to do in NYC. The magic of New York is that it can process all these different intentions at the same time ~ and still function. This is our take on the Latin part which is more than 2.4 million people, or 28%, almost a third of New York City. If you include peoples that are part of our Latin heritage (Indigenous, African, Asian), we are 69% of New York City, the majority.
For our 2024 Things To Do in NYC cover images, we focus on the people celebrated each month. Latin culture is all-inclusive whether it’s Black, Women, Arab, Asian Pacific, Pride, Caribbean, Disability, Hispanic, or Indigenous heritage. We really are all that.
We do our best to be accurate, but please check dates and times before you go.
Hispanic Heritage Month
Disability Pride Month
Pride Month and Caribbean Heritage Month
Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
Arab American Heritage Month, Broadway openings
Women’s History Month
Black History Month
Celebrate the Holidays: Hanukkah, Solstice, Christmas, Kwanzaa and New Year’s Eve!
Things to do in NYC in November include: the Veterans Day Parade and Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, Celebrate Mexico Now cultural festival, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, and the fall art auctions. November is Native American Heritage Month, Puerto Rican Heritage Month, and Hip-Hop History Month. US national holidays in November include Veterans Day, Thanksgiving…
Things to do in NYC in October 2023 include the: Panamanian Parade, Hispanic Day Parade, Italian Day Parade, Indigenous Parade, Jackson Heights Halloween Parade, and the Village Halloween Parade. The October holiday is Indigenous Peoples Day / Italian Heritage Day (formerly Columbus Day, but the man and the colonization he triggered was pure evil). Latin…