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October 2016

Great PUPkin Dog Costume Contest

October 29
Atlanta, GA, USA - October 27, 2012:  A dachshund is dressed up like a hot dog for a Halloween dog costume contest in Piedmont Park.

Are you a pet owner who likes to dress your pup? If you’ll be in Brooklyn Halloween weekend, don’t miss the 18th Annual Great PUPkin Dog Costume Contest at Fort Greene Park on October 29. 162 canines were dressed to scare and impress at last year’s event, a huge hit. If you’re in town without your dog, attend as a spectator to see that famous Brooklyn creativity in action. Book here to stay at the very pet-friendly NU Hotel Brooklyn…

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The Amazing Brooklyn Halloween Scavenger Hunt

October 29
Two boys in the park with Halloween costumes, having fun

Are scavenger hunts your preferred means of getting to know a place? Is Halloween your favorite holiday? If you answer “yes” to either of these questions, participate in the next Amazing Brooklyn Halloween Scavenger Hunt if you’ll be in town. Armed with your smartphone and a Metrocard, you’ll embark on a frantic, three-hour tour of Brooklyn in search of obscure items and photos. If your team wins, you’ll receive a New York City gift package. Book here to stay with…

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November 2016

TCS New York City Marathon

November 6
Marathon running race, people feet on city road

Weekend warriors around the globe aspire to complete the New York City Marathon at some point in their lives. If you share this dream, or wish to experience the TCS New York City Marathon as a spectator, your next chance is coming up November 6, 2016. The 26-mile course starts in Staten Island and continues across the Verrazano Narrows Bridge into Brooklyn before continuing on through Queens, Manhattan, and the Bronx. The marathon is the world’s largest. Book here to…

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Brooklyn Crush Wine & Artisanal Food Festival: Fall Edition

November 12
leisure, drinks, degustation, people and holidays concept - smiling woman drinking red wine at restaurant

Vintry Fine Wines’ biannual epicurean fair is back. On November 12, Sunset Park’s Industry City will transform into the largest wine-tasting venue in the city. More than 175 wines will be available to sample and purchase. Artisanal foods; culinary creations from Fonda, Sweet Chick, and Hometown Bar-B-Que; and live music will also be on offer. Book here to stay with NU Hotel during the 2016 Fall Edition of Brooklyn Crush. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit NewYorkWineEvents.com. When…

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American Fine Craft Show

November 19 - November 20
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Celebrating the work of artists and designers, the American Fine Craft Show is an opportunity for talented artists and passionate collectors to gain exposure and make connections. The two-day event, hosted by The Brooklyn Museum and American Art Marketing, features an exceptional collection of work created by 90 jury-selected artists and designers. Categories of handmade work on display include ceramics, glass, jewelry, wearable and decorative fiber, wood, metal, furniture, and mixed media. Book here to stay with NU Hotel during…

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Legends Classic at Barclays

November 21 - November 22

Kick off this year’s college basketball season at one of the earliest tournaments of the year, the Legends Classic. On the first day of the tourney, Notre Dame takes on Colorado, and Texas goes head-to-head against Northwestern. On the second day, the winning teams compete for the honor of Legends Classic champion. The action takes place at Barclays Center, just a mile up the road from NU Hotel Brooklyn. Book here to stay with NU Hotel during the 2016 Legends…

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Brooklyn Holiday Bazaar

November 26 - November 27
Group of friends sitting outdoors with shopping bags - Several people holding smartphones and tablets - Concepts about lifestyle,shopping,technology and friendship

If you’ll be in Brooklyn over Thanksgiving weekend, you have the opportunity to shop thousands of one-of-a-kind items all housed under one roof. The Brooklyn Holiday Bazaar, hosted by Brooklyn Makers, showcases handcrafted goods made by more than 40 independent artists and artisans. Shopping is only part of the fun you can have at the bazaar. You can also enjoy live music, food, drink, and free craft activities for kids and adults at this alternative holiday market. Book here to…

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December 2016

8th NYC Latke Festival

December 19
Homemade Traditional Potato Pancake Latke on a Background

New York City’s Jewish influence can be felt on almost every street corner in some neighborhoods and somewhere in just about every neighborhood. Taste some of the innovative twists on the classic potato pancake enjoyed by Jews and non-Jews alike each winter at the NYC Latke Festival. Dozens of other culinary delights and beverages will also be available from restaurants and bakeries throughout Brooklyn. Great Performances caters the event, and celebrity judges add some festive panache. If you attend, you’ll…

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Make Winter Music 2016

December 21
Santa Claus wearing sunglasses dancing outdoors at North Pole in snowfall. He is celebrating Christmas after hard work

Make this winter solstice memorable by participating in one of Make Music Winter’s four Brooklyn parades. Inspired by esteemed composer Phil Kline’s annual event Unsilent Night, Make Winter Music celebrates the magical sounds made by musical instruments and singing voices. Audience participation at the parades is encouraged, and really makes the event. Book here to stay with NU Hotel during Make Winter Music 2016. The parades starting at DUMBO Archway and across from Barclay’s Center are both within a mile…

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Handel’s “Messiah” at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

December 21
Hands of the man playing the cello in dark colors

George Frideric Handel’s “Messiah” is one of the best-known oratorios in Western music. If you’ll be in Brooklyn on December 21, head to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on Carroll Street to partake in this holiday tradition. Conductor Vince Peterson will lead a talented orchestra through the performance, and audience members are encouraged to join in the chorus. St. Paul’s is a 15-minute walk or short drive from NU Hotel Brooklyn. Book here to stay with NU Hotel this upcoming New…

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