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The 5th Annual Expressive Therapies Summit

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Thursday, November 6 • 6:30pm - 9:00pm
Eataly, The High Line & Meatpacking District LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

Led by Steve Sickles of Urban Wonderer

Meet - Herald Square (NW corner of Broadway & 32nd Street)

5:30 pm Gather & Greet. Tour begins at 6:30 pm.

Explore several neighborhoods in the heart of it all! Begin your tour at one of New York’s “best kept secret” meeting establishments, Herald Square, which has an extraordinary view of the Empire State Building! Then move on to Mario Batali’s amazing culinary expo market “Eataly.” At Eataly’s rooftopBirreria (or Beer Garden), enjoy a light dinner from a menu of sandwiches, salumi (cured meats), formaggi (cheeses), and other delectable specialties. Afterwards we’ll stop at Billy’s Bakery in Chelsea to pick up cupcakes, cookies, cheesecakes, and other desserts to go. Then we’ll stroll The High Line, the scenic elevated pedestrian walkway (and prairie plant haven!) that was converted from a section of elevated freight railroad line (formerly called the West Side Line). We’ll leave Chelsea and arrive at the Meatpacking District, with an overview of the colorful history of these neighborhoods. Our final destination is Café Pastis, made famous by Sex and The City, a great place to enjoy a coffee or nightcap.

$10 ticket required; available via online registration. Strictly limited to 12 participants.


Thursday November 6, 2014 6:30pm - 9:00pm
Herald Square NW corner of Broadway & 32nd Street