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SEPTEMBER

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 2

GRAND PRIX DAY*

The beloved Hamptons Classic Horse Show culminates with the VIP Grand Prix Day, featuring events like the Carolex Show Jumping Derby, the Herms Hunter Classic, and the FTI Grand Prix and FEI World Cup Qualifier. 8 a.m. Bridgehampton. Call: 631-537-3177.


THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 6

FASHIONABLY LATE

Shop with editors, stars, models, fashionistas, and designers as they flood the city for fashion’s iconic after-hours extravaganza. For the fourth year in a row, Fashion’s Night Out offers exclusive events and special designs to celebrate fashion, restore consumer confidence, and put the fun back in shopping! 6 p.m. Visit: FashionsNightOut.com.


SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 9

HONORS DINNER

The Mario Batali Foundation honors President Bill Clinton at its Inaugural MBF Honors dinner, featuring performances from notable artists, musicians, and other guests, including Jimmy Fallon. 6 p.m. Del Posto Ristorante. Call: 773-679-1633.

TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 11

MAD ABOUT LOOT

The Museum of Arts and Design launches its pop-up shop—Loot 2012: MAD About Jewelry—with an opening benefit to support MAD’s exhibitions, jewelry gallery, and public programs. The cutting-edge jewelry sale runs until September 15. 4:30 p.m. Museum of Arts and Design. Call: 212-299-7712.

TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 18

FOR THE CHILDREN

Get in touch with your inner child at the New Yorkers for Children’s Fall Gala, honoring New York Giant Justin Tuck and Este Lauder’s John Demsey. 6:30 p.m. Cipriani 42nd Street. Call: 212-867-1117.

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 20

ART BY DESIGN

Avenue Shows kicks off its annual Antiques, Art & Design event with the New York School of Interior Design’s Private Scholarship Fund benefit to honor Albert Hadley. The showcase is open to the public from September 21 to 24, and features over 60 high-end art and antiques dealers. 6 p.m. Veteran’s Room, Park Avenue Armory. Call: 212-472-1500 ext. 431.


ON POINTE

Join Maria Bartiromo, Sarah Jessica Parker, and ballet master-in-chief Peter Martins for the New York City Ballet Fall Gala. This year, the gala celebrates the life and work of legendary fashion designer and master courtier Valentino. 7 p.m. David H. Koch Theater, Lincoln Center. Call: 212-870-5585.

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 24

SPORTS LEGENDS DINNER

Mingle with sports legends and celebrities at the 27th Annual Great Sports Legends Dinner, benefiting the Buoniconti Fund to Cure Paralysis. Earth, Wind & Fire will perform, while Bob Costas MC’s. 5:30 p.m. The Waldorf. Call: 305-243-4656.

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 27

PHILHARMONIC HEART

The Opening Gala of the New York Philharmonic’s 171st Season will be music to your ears! Conductor Alan Gilbert joins violinist Itzhak Perlman at Avery Fisher Hall for an evening of champagne, classical music, and the commencement of a new season. 7:30 p.m. Lincoln Center. Call: 212-875-5929.

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28 - OCTOBER 14

CAUGHT ON FILM

The Film Society of Lincoln Center celebrates its 50th annual New York Film Festival, which continues through October 14. For tickets and showtimes, call: 212-875-5601.

OCTOBER

THURSDAY OCTOBER 4 - MONDAY 8

HAMPTONS FILM FESTIVAL

The Hamptons International Film Festival celebrates its 20th anniversary. The five-day festival runs until the eighth, showcasing a unique spectrum of international films that often find themselves among the winners during awards season. Visit: HamptonsFilmFest.org for event updates and tickets, or call: 631-747-7978.


WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10

STAYING ABREAST

Mount Sinai Breast Health Resource Program hosts its 20th annual Celebration of Life Gala to honor social work coordinator Andrea Geduld. 7 p.m. The Waldorf. Call: 212-824-8255.


CABARET ANYONE?

Ailey II gives a special dance performance at New York-Presbyterian Hospital’s 30th anniversary Cabaret, honoring Maurice Greenberg. 6:30 p.m. Park Avenue Armory. Call: 914-235-1490 ext. 14.


THURSDAY OCTOBER 11

MUSIC AND MEMORIES

Join Tony Bennett to celebrate the life and inspirational legacy of Amy Winehouse in an evening of song and music. The Amy Winehouse Foundation’s Inspiration Awards & Gala benefit the philanthropic mission of the late songstress and supports children in need through music therapy and education. 7:30 p.m. The Waldorf. Call: 212-672-0509.


FRIDAY OCTOBER 12

FROM THE FUTURE

The Police Athletic League hosts the seventh annual Building New York’s Future Luncheon to honor the real estate women and men who personify the essence and vitality of our city and country. 11:30 a.m. The Pierre. Call: 212-477-9450 ext. 310.

MONDAY OCTOBER 15

ELTON EVENING

The Elton John AIDS Foundation hosts its annual An Enduring Vision event, which this year honors Robert Kraft, Diana Jenkins, and Joseph Blount. 7 p.m. Cipriani Wall Street. Call: 212-219-0670.


AUTUMN DINNER

The Frick Collection hosts its Annual Autumn Dinner to support its full range of programs, including educational and curatorial initiatives, and the Frick Art Reference Library. 7 p.m. The Frick. Call: 212-547-6844.


THURSDAY OCTOBER 16

GRACEFUL GALA

The American Ballet Theatre returns with its opening night gala to kick off the fall season, followed by six consecutive nights showcasing works by Twyla Tharp, Agnes de Mille, Antony Tudor, Jos Limn, and Alexei Ratmansky. 7 p.m. City Center. For more information, including performance times, call: 212-477-3030.



FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Sink your teeth into the City Harvest’s 18th annual Bid Against Hunger restaurant tasting. Featuring food from over 60 of New York’s top restaurants, the evening offers the opportunity to see the world’s best chefs in action and bid on extraordinary culinary, travel, and entertainment auction packages. 7:30 p.m. Metropolitan Pavilion. Call: 917-351-8725.


MONDAY OCTOBER 22

ANGELS AMONG US

Denise Rich, Daniella Rich Kilstock, and Ilona Rich Schachter host the Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation for Cancer Research Angel Ball. Natalie Cole and Christina McLarty will attend the star-studded gala, honoring significant humanitarian and philanthropic contributions in support of cancer research. 6:30 p.m. Cipriani Wall Street. Call: 212-254-6677.


FIT FOR A PRINCESS

The Princess Grace Foundation celebrates 30 years of excellence in theater, dance, and film with its annual awards gala, honoring Lynn Wyatt. 6:30 p.m. Cipriani 42nd Street. Call: 212-245-6570 ext. 15.

TUESDAY OCTOBER 23

RITA HAYWORTH GALA

Join chairs Princess Yasmin Aga Khan and Robin Meltzer to honor James Keach, Jane Seymour, and Trevor Albert at the 2012 Alzheimer’s Association’s New York Rita Hayworth Gala, called Tonight and Every Night. 6:30 p.m. The Waldorf. Call: 212-843-1712.


CELEBRATING WOMEN

Connie Chung hosts the 25th Anniversary Celebration of The New York Women’s Foundation, honoring Soledad O’Brien and Brad Raymond, with a special performance by Sarah Jones. 6:30 p.m. Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center. Call: 646-807-8677.


ARTFUL AFFAIR

It’s all about the art at the Children’s Museum of the Arts’ eighth annual Art Auction with chairs Ryan and Ethan Hawke, Brent Sikkema and Daniel Garcia, Jennifer McSweeney, and artists Steve DiBenedetto and Swoon. 7 p.m. Dream Downtown. Call: 212-274-0986.

TUESDAY OCTOBER 30

SYMPOSIUM LUNCH

The Breast Cancer Research Foundation hosts its signature event, the annual Symposium and Award Luncheon. 9:45 a.m. The Waldorf. Call: 646-497-2650.

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31

MASQUERADE FOR UNICEF

Spend this Halloween with UNICEF at its annual Masquerade Ball with chairs Danielle Abraham, Gillian Hearst Simonds, and John Kluge Jr. 8 p.m. Angel Orensanz Foundation. Call: 212-880-9139.


NOVEMBER

MONDAY NOVEMBER 5

LIBRARY LIONS’ PRIDE

Library Lions’ black-tie gala honors Martin Amis, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Jennifer Egan, Annette Gordon-Reed, and Nelson Mandela for their excellence in the fields of arts, letters, and activism. 7 p.m. Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, New York Public Library. Call: 212-930-0671.


JUMPIN’ JUBILEE

Angela Lansbury hosts Career Transition for Dancers’ Jump for Joy 27th anniversary gala. The evening will honor Liza Minnelli with the Rolex Dance Award, and feature Chita Rivera. 7 p.m. City Center. Call: 212-581-1212.


ACE IT!

The Accessories Council honors Calvin Klein creative directors Francisco Costa, Italo Zucchelli, and Ulrich Grimm at its 2012 ACE Awards gala. The evening, sponsored by Swarovski, also recognizes Constance White, Theodora & Callum, C. Wonder, and Vince Camuto for their work in the accessories industry. 6:30 p.m. Cipriani 42nd Street. Call: 212-947-1135.


FEMININE FETE

The Police Athletic League honors Joan Rivers and Siobhan Schroth at its 25th annual Women of the Year Luncheon. 11:30 a.m. The Pierre. Call: 212-477-9450 ext. 310.

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 8

LANDMARK OCCASION

Liza Minnelli, Daniel Boulud, Robert Caro, James L. Nederlander, and James M. Nederlander are honored at the New York Landmarks Conservancy’s Living Landmarks Gala, hosted by Liz Smith. 7 p.m. The Plaza. Call: 212-995-5260.

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10

A FOXY TIME

With a dress code that demands “foxy attire,” the Michael J. Fox Foundation expects some cold-stone foxes for its annual A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Cure Parkinson’s benefit. 7 p.m. The Waldorf. Call: 212-245-6570.

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 14

OUTBACK OUTING

The American Australian Association honors Rex W. Tillerson and Riley P. Bechtel at its benefit dinner, chaired by Rupert Murdoch and other top-tier social figures. 6:30 p.m. Sheraton New York. Call: 212-338-6860 ext. 217.

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 15

BABY FACE

Little Baby Face Foundation hosts its Believe in Miracles benefit to raise funds for children born with disfiguring facial deformities worldwide. 7 p.m. Bridgewaters. Call: 212-333-5233.

TUESDAY NOVEMBER 27

SCENT-SATIONAL

The Museum of Arts and Design’s Visionaries! Gala honors Sophia Grojsman and Este Lauder’s Karyn Khoury, and celebrates MAD’s new exhibition The Art of Scent with a sensational scent dinner led by Chandler Burr. 7:15 p.m. Mandarin Oriental. Call: 212-299-7729.


SNOWFLAKE BALL

Tony Bennett performs at the Snowflake Ball, the U.S. Fund for UNICEF’s annual black-tie gala, honoring Harry Belafonte. 6:30 p.m. Cipriani 42nd Street. Call: 212-922-2464.

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 28

BELIEVE IN MAGIC

Jordin Sparks and Jason Derulo perform at the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation’s A Magical Evening Gala, honoring Paul Daversa and the film The Intouchables. Harvey Weinstein will accept the award on behalf of The Weinstein Company and the film’s directors. 6:30 p.m. Cipriani Wall Street. Call: 973-379-2690.


 
WINTER 2013

MARCH

MONDAY MARCH 4

GUILDED AWARDS

Guild Hall honors Nathan Lane, John Alexander, Walter Isaacson, and Mickey Straus at its 29th Guild Hall Academy of the Arts Lifetime Achievement Awards, MCd by Marshall Brickman. 6 p.m. The Plaza. Call: 631-324-0806.

TUESDAY MARCH 5

EMPOWERED WOMEN

Bob Moritz, Lisa Garcia Quiroz, and Susan Wagner are among the honorees at the National Council for Research on Womens 2013 Making a Difference for Women Awards Dinner, with a panel moderated by Soledad OBrien. 5:30 p.m. Cipriani Wall Street. Call: 212-921-9070 ext. 14.

THURSDAY MARCH 7

LOVE HEALS

The Alison Gertz Foundation for AIDS Education honors Dana Auslander, Richard Farley, and Mary Alice Stephenson at its Love Heals 2013 Gala. 6:30 p.m. Four Seasons. Call: 212-867-1117.


WRITE STUFF

Dominic Chianese and Robert Klein are slated to perform at the Table 4 Writers Foundation Awards Gala, MCd by Jim Kerr. The evening will evoke the memory of restaurateur Elaine Kaufman, and honor Elaines regulars Gay Talese, Joseph Coppotelli, and Father Peter Colapietro. 6:30 p.m. New York Athletic Club. Call: 646-513-3286.

 

MONDAY MARCH 11

WINTER BALL-ET

Van Cleef & Arpels sponsors the School of American Ballets Winter Ball dinner and performance at Lincoln Center, followed by The Encore Winter Ball after-party. 7 p.m. David H. Koch Theater. Call: 212-769-6610.

BLOSSOM BALL

Padma Lakshmi and Tamer Seckin host the fifth annual Blossom Ball, chaired by Eileen Guggenheim, Sanjay Gupta, and Susan Sarandon. The black-tie-optional event benefits the Endometriosis Foundation of America. 7 p.m. Capitale. Call: 212-988-4160.

SATURDAY MARCH 16

GET GLAAD

Sam Champion, Lara Spencer, and Josh Elliott host the 24th Annual GLAAD Media Awards, honoring Anderson Cooper and featured guest Madonna. 5:30 p.m. Marriott Marquis. Call: 212-901-3937.

MONDAY MARCH 18

WOMEN WHO LUNCH

The United Way of New York City honors Sheila Johnson, Susan Sobbott and Kathryn Wylde at The Power of Women to Make a Difference Awards Luncheon, benefitting the Womens Leadership Council Fund. 11:30 a.m. The Plaza. Call: 212-921-9070 ext. 14.


ASIAN AFFAIR

Chairs Stephanie Foster and Charles Rockefeller kick off Asia Week New York at the Celebration of Asia Week benefit gala, featuring fashions from Jason Wu, dinner by guest chefs Pichet Ong and Simpson Wong, and dancing to Peter Duchin and His Orchestra. 6:30 p.m. The Pierre. Call: 212-327-9306.

WEDNESDAY MARCH 20

DIVERSITY DINNER

The T. Howard Foundation honors A&E Television Networks, Debra Lee, and Melinda Witmer at the 20th annual Diversity Awards Dinner. 6 p.m. Cipriani Wall Street. Call: 212-997-0100.

THURSDAY MARCH 21

WINEHOUSE INSPIRATION

Nas, Tony Bennett, Elhadj Moe Kane, and Salaam Remi are among the honorees at the Amy Winehouse Foundations Inspiration Awards & Gala, featuring a performance by Jennifer Hudson. 6:30. The Waldorf. Call: 212-672-0509.


APRIL

THURSDAY APRIL 4

DINNER DANCE

Henry Street Settlement honors Reed Krakoff, Alexandra Lebenthal, and Carolina Gonzalez-Bunster at its Gala Dinner Dance. 7 p.m. The Plaza. Call: 212-254-6677.


SPRING DANCE

Harkness Foundation for Dance trustees Theodore Bartwink, Etta Brandman, and William Perlmuth will be honored at the 2013 Parsons Dance Spring Gala. 7:30 p.m. Mandarin Oriental. Call: 212-869-9275.


SUNDAY APRIL 7

DANIEL TURNS 20

Chef Daniel Boulud celebrates the 20th Anniversary of his restaurant Daniel at his annual Sunday Dinner benefit for Citymeals-on-Wheels. Al Roker and Gail Simmons will host. 5:30 p.m. Daniel. Call: 212-575-4545.


TUESDAY APRIL 9

FOOLS FETE

Friends of New Yorkers for Children celebrate a black-tie New Years in April at the 10th annual Spring Dinner: A Fools Fete. 7:30 p.m. Mandarin Oriental. Call: 212-867-1117.

PARIS, JE TAIME

Described as a prom for New York intellectuals, the Paris Reviews Spring Revel brings together readers, supporters, and writers for an evening of cocktails, dinner, and conversation. 9 p.m. Cipriani 42nd Street. Call: 212-343-1333.

PAL LUNCHEON

The Police Athletic League honors Police Commish Ray Kelly with the Robert M. Morgenthau Award at its 15th annual Legal Profession Luncheon. 11:30 a.m. The Pierre. Call: 212-477-9450 ext. 309.

LITERARY LUNCHEON

Gods Love We Deliver hosts its annual literary luncheon, Authors in Kind. Join some of New Yorks most avid readers and celebrated authors for an intimate reception, discussion, and book signing hosted by Linda Fairstein. 11:30 a.m. The Metropolitan Club. Call: 212-294-8141.

THURSDAY APRIL 11

BAG LADY LUNCHEON

S.L.E Lupus Foundation and honorary chairs Matilda Raffa Cuomo and Jessye Norman invite you to the annual New York Bag Ladies Luncheon, Fighting Lupus Is Always in Fashion! Enjoy a sumptuous luncheon and silent auction of donated designer handbags, raising funds to further lupus science and support services. 11:30 a.m. The Plaza. Call: 212-685-4118 ext. 40.


TUESDAY APRIL 16

MOONLIT MAGIC

Ted Allen hosts City Harvests 19th annual gala, An Evening of Practical Magic, honoring Benchmarc Restaurants chef and owner Marc Murphy. 6:30 p.m. Cipriani 42nd Street. Call: 646-412-0656.


WEDNESDAY APRIL 17

SPRING INTO ACTION

Laura Tisch Broumand and Amie Rappoport McKenna will be honored at the 14th annual Food Allergy Initiative Spring Luncheon, with MC Lori Stokes and guest speaker Dr. Kari Nadeau. The afternoon benefits food allergy research and education. 11 a.m. Cipriani 42nd Street. Call: 212-207-1974.


HOT PINK PARTY

Celebrate the life of the late Evelyn Lauder at the Breast Cancer Research Foundations Hot Pink Party: Viva Fiesta! Join Kate Hudson, MC Elizabeth Hurley, and Elton John to honor Judith Schlager and Kay Krill. 7 p.m. The Waldorf. Call: 646-497-2606.

TUESDAY APRIL 23

FLOWER FETE

The Horticultural Society of New York honors Hunt Slonem with the Award of Excellence at the New York Flower Show Dinner Dance. 7 p.m. The Altman. Call: 212-757-0915 ext. 101.

WRITERS BLOCK PARTY

Anna Deavere Smith MCs the Playwrights Realms Writers Block Party, featuring a performance potluck with new plays and performances by the Realms artists. 6:30 p.m. Astor Center. Call: 212-255-3089.


WEDNESDAY APRIL 24

JEWISH JUBILEE

The Jewish Board of Family and Childrens Services celebrates its Spring Benefit, honoring Seymour Askin, Jerold Jacobson, and Jean Shafiroff, with a special tribute to Paul Levine. 6:30 p.m. The Plaza. Call: 212-632-4712.

THURSDAY APRIL 25

PURSES AND PURSENALITIES

Kick up your heels for a fashionable fun time at the Purses & Pursenalities Luncheon, offering a collection of designer and vintage handbags to benefit the Madison Square Boys & Girls Club. 11:30 a.m. The Metropolitan Club. Call: 212-760-9600 ext. 209.


OPERA SPRING GALA

New York City Opera hosts its French-themed Spring Gala, celebrating the new production of Jacques Offenbachs La Prichole. Following the performance, guests will enjoy dinner and dancing at the Plaza. 6 p.m. New York City Center. Call: 646-758-9469.


PRATT FASHION FUN

The Pratt Institute honors Thom Browne at its 2013 Fashion Show and Cocktail Benefit, with an after-party at The Top of the Standard. 6 p.m. Center 548. Call: 718-399-4548.

MONDAY APRIL 29

ANALYZE THIS

Fountain House brings together the greatest minds in the field of psychiatry for its annual Symposium and Luncheon, titled Mental Illness and the Family: Relationships, Resilience, Recovery. The evening honors Andrew Solomon, and will include panels led by Robert Hilt, David Reiss, and Victoria Costello. 11:15 a.m. The Pierre. Call: 212-582-0341 ext. 1183.


ACTING OUT

The Actors Fund honors Robert De Niro, Steve Kalafer, and HBO at its Annual Gala in support of professionals in the performing arts and entertainment. The evening includes a cocktail reception, dinner, and tribute performance. 6 p.m. Marriott Marquis. Call: 212-627-1000.


POPS MUSIC

The New York Pops celebrates three decades of excellence at its 30th Birthday Gala, honoring Frank Loesser, Jule Styne, and Danny Kaye. A concert at Carnegie Hall precedes the black-tie dinner dance. 8:30 p.m. The Plaza. Call: 212-903-9679.

TUESDAY APRIL 30

SPIRITED AWARDS

Celebrate the Albert Einstein College of Medicine National Womens Division 59th Spirit of Achievement Luncheon with chairs Alison Brettschneider, Janet Hershaft, and Andrea Stark. 12 p.m. The Plaza. Call: 718-430-2818.


PRATT GALA

The Pratt Institute honors Veronique Gabai-Pinsky and the Aramis and Designer Fragrances division of Este Lauder at its Art of Packaging Award Gala, benefiting the Marc Rosen Scholarship and Education Fund. 6:30 p.m. University Club. Call: 212-925-2507.

MAY

WEDNESDAY MAY 1

LITERACY EVENING

Theres nothing better than a good book and a good partyand Literacy Partners has both at its annual event, An Evening of Readings. Enjoy food, dancing, and readings from best-selling authors, while honoring Jacqueline Weld Drake. 6:30 p.m. Cipriani 42nd Street. Call: 212-725-9200.

HATS LUNCHEON

The ladies who lunch show off their most charming chapeaux at the Central Park Conservancy Womens Committee Frederick Law Olmsted Awards Luncheon, more famously known as the hat luncheon. Guests including Martha Stewart, Bette Midler, Sigourney Weaver, and Melania Trump honor Jenny and John Paulson at this premier luncheon the Big Apple. 11 a.m. Central Park Conservatory Garden. Call: 212-310-6675.


MONDAY MAY 6

WOMEN WHO CARE

United Cerebral Palsy of New York City celebrates the accomplishments of extraordinary women at its Women Who Care Luncheon, honoring female role models who have blazed new paths, broken glass ceilings, and inspired others to achieve. 11 a.m. Cipriani 42nd Street. Call: 212-683-6700 ext. 205.


MET MEETS PUNK

Co-chairs Rooney Mara, Lauren Santo Domingo, Riccardo Tisci, and Anna Wintour celebrate D.I.Y. fashion at the Met Costume Institute Exhibition Gala, titled Punk: Chaos to Couture. 6:30 p.m. Metropolitan Museum of Art. Invitation only. Call: 212-570-3948.


FULL PLATE

Pat Barrick is honored at City Harvests On Your Plate luncheon, followed by a conversation with Martha Stewart. 11:30 a.m. The Metropolitan Club. Call: 646-412-0651.


DANCE AGAINST CANCER

Dancers from the New York City Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, Martha Graham Dance Company, and more will dazzle at the third annual Dance Against Cancer Benefit for the American Cancer Society. 7 p.m. AXA Equitable Center. Call: 646-765-4773.

THURSDAY MAY 9

MOTHER OF ALL

The National Mothers Day Committee will honor Debra Messing, Arianna Huffington, Margarita Arriagada, and Dottie Mattison at its Outstanding Mother Awards luncheon. 12 p.m. The Pierre. Call: 212-594-6421.


MONDAY MAY 13

BOTTOMLESS CLOSET

Lynn Povich will deliver the keynote address at the Bottomless Closet Annual Spring Luncheon, honoring IBMs Bridget van Kralingen and Rosanna Scotto and hosted by Perri Peltz. 12 p.m. The Hilton. Call: 212-921-9070 ext.17.


COSMO CHIC

Cosmopolitans Joanna Coles, Donna Kalajian Lagani, and Helen Gurley Brown are honored at the Womens Project Theatre Women of Achievement Awards Gala alongside Sheila Nevins. 6 p.m. Three Sixty. Call: 212-228-7446 ext. 10.

THURSDAY MAY 16

BAL DU PRINTEMPS

The Parkinsons Disease Foundation and its chairman Page Morton Black invite you to its annual gala, Bal du Printemps, honoring Arlene and Jerome Levine. 6:30 p.m. The Plaza. Call: 212-213-1166.


LATINO GALA

Support Latin culture at the El Museo del Barrio Gala, honoring Ramiro Ortz Mayorga and Ita Unibanco. The evening is co-chaired by Valentino Carlotti and Yaz and Valentin Hernandez. 7 p.m. Cipriani 42nd Street. Call: 212-868-8450 ext. 205.