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Coming up this month at The World Trade Center: April 2024

Welcome to our monthly blog series that's all about the vibrant and dynamic World Trade Center campus! The WTC campus is a hub of culture, entertainment, and community spirit. Join us as we dive into a world of monthly wonders.


Oculus Lightings:

  • Apr. 2: International Women’s Day (Purple and Green)
  • Apr. 22: Oculus Lighting Off for Earth Day


PAC Lobby Stage programming, free and open to the public:

  • Apr. 4 at 5:30pm: Nightwork
  • Apr. 5 at 5:45pm: Rebecca McCartney
  • Apr. 6 at 7pm: Alici
  • Apr. 11 at 4pm: Education Through Music
  • Apr. 11 at 5:30pm: Wemi
  • Apr. 13 at 8pm: Salieu Suso
  • Apr. 17 at 2:30pm: BMCC Live
  • Apr. 18 at 5:30pm: Annabelle Kline
  • Apr. 20 at 2:30pm: Gabriel I Meyer
  • Apr. 24 at 7pm: Sol Liebeskind
  • Apr. 26 at 5:45pm: Monika Linkyte
  • Apr. 27 at 2:30pm: Hopalong Andrew
  • Apr. 27 at 7pm: LMNE

Oculus Unplugged on the Oculus floor: Every Monday and Thursday, 8:30am-7pm

Smorgasburg: Launching Apr. 5 through October every Friday

Kaleidoscope: Multicultural dance performance by a youth group dressed in traditional clothing.

  • Apr. 20, 12-2pm 


Earth Month Programming Across Campus:

  • Apr. 8: Total Solar Eclipse from the Top at One World Observatory. Purchase tickets here.
  • Apr. 12, 1-2pm: Ants on a Log
    • Performance for kids on the theme of climate justice and environmental education.
  • Apr. 19-22: Earth Day Video Wall
  • Apr. 19, 12-2pm: Rock Your Love for the Earth and Art on the Avenues Safe
    • Rock painting activity for all ages.
  • Apr. 19, 12-2pm: Bee Conservancy Comic Book Tabling
    • Learn about bees and their importance in our environment, plus there will be a comic book giveaway.
  • Apr. 21-22: E-Recycle Event
    • Bring your electronic waste to dispose of them in an environmentally safe way.
  • Apr. 22: 12-2pm: Sing for Hope Performance
  • Apr. 26, 12-2pm: Esther Crow Performance
    • Award-winning NYC Kindie climate-rocker and puppeteer, Esther Crow, teaches climate and sustainability lessons to kids through song, dance, and chants!


Did you know?

An estimated six tons of compost is expected to be diverted from landfill, per year, through the composting initiative at Smorgasburg. 


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