92nd Street Y
Community Center, Event Space, Gym
- work out, swim, laugh at a comedian, rock out to great musicians, experience a great speaker, all in one space!!
- Together with 92YTribeca, this is the best place in NYC to see a not-boring lecture. The 137-year-old organization hosts literary conversations, current events discussions and evenings of sing-alongs.
- Ain't this the truth!
- The 92Y brings in dozens of prominent speakers, including many famous authors and poets, to speak throughout the year. Tickets are only $10 if you're under 35. - Lauren Indvik
- This is the perfect place to gain some cool knowledge, and possibly make some cool friends. http://bit.ly/yBDDmR
- John Lennon would take his son Sean here for swimming lessons.
- This is NOT a YMCA. It's called the 92nd street Y. No affiliation whatsoever.
- Sometimes the people-watching is just as good as who's on stage.
- Totally love this place. They always have great guess events. Check out their calendar if you are in New York City.
- Great guest lectures for an affordable price. I saw Annie Leibovitz there twice!
- The pool gets overly crowded because its not that big. However, it is clean, not overly chlorinated and has great lap hours.
- THIRTEEN members receive 10% off single performance tickets, 20% off music, art and dance classes for new students, 15% off new 60+ Memberships at New Yorks premier cultural and community center!
- Listen carefully to Ray :)
- Attend Movement Talks on Friday, October 28th, 2011 @ 8pm at the 92nd St. Y: Buttenwieser Hall. 'Dance Education Matters: Releasing the Awe in Every Body.' Tix - $10 Purchase online - www.92Y.org
- It's going to be an Awesome Week :-D
- a very special place with a great vibe for events.
- Would be nice if they had some benches in the freaking lobby to sit while u wait before a show. Not the most inviting lobby.
- Jessicas 5pm yoga class is my favorite! But you can also come here for book readings, concerts or the Jazz in July festival.
- Great place to learn.
- A great place on the UES to explore. I should come here more than I do. So much to offer.