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Starry Nights
Starry Nights is not about lifting your head on a warm
Spring or Summer night and seeing those twinkling white
lights sparkle in the distant sky. Starry Nights is about
what to do on any Friday evening in New York City ?
Speaking with a Museum Curator, he told me the
"Starry Nights" gala event will continue for many
years, hopefully to the end of time. Richard Renda.
You can always begin your Friday evening schedule with Live
Jazz, delicious tapas, and a cool Drink. "Starry Nights - Under
The Sphere" happens at The Rose Center for Earth and Space
in the American Museum of Natural History. The entrance for
this weekly gala is on 81st Street (just off Central Park West)
Look for the Big White Sphere and you are there in The City
of The World. You can have a Starry Night rain or shine every
Friday Night ... from 6- 8 p.m. The Music is Free ! Suggested
Museum admission. For info: 212 769 5100 or AMNH.org


The Hayden Planetarium at the
American Museum of Natural History
77th to 81st on Central Park West
New York City
"The Sphere" a/k/a The Hayden Planetarium at the American Museum
of Natural History. 77th to 81st on Central Park West ... New York City.

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