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The Manhattan Club has four great reasons to consider spending a little bit of January in New York City!

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Although the magic of the holiday season is behind us, January in New York City is still abuzz with things to do! The City That Never Sleeps lives up to its name all the days of the year, but The Manhattan Club knows of four specific events in NYC this month that will be sure to keep the spirit of the most wonderful time of the year in your heart.

The Winter Show (January 18 – 27)
Formerly known as The Winter Antiques Show, this ten-day fair at the Park Avenue Armory is the leading art and antiques festival in America, with over 70 of the globe’s top exhibitors in fine art showcasing their works for view and purchase. From ancient times to mid-century modern, each work has been authenticated to ensure its validity.

NYC Broadway Week (January 21 – February 10)
Get 2 for 1 ticket deals on select shows, from the magic of Disney’s Aladdin all the way to the witches of Oz in Wicked!

New York Boat Show (January 23 – 27)
Boasting a 110-year history, this annual event is the place to be to learn about the latest and greatest of all things boating. Taking place at the Jacob Javits Convention Center, you will be able to see (and purchase) the newest boats, gear, and accessories on the market. Consider checking out a seminar to get the most out of your visit.

Winter Jam (January 26)
For one day, the bandshell area of Central Park will be covered with snow (no matter what the weatherman says is in the forecast for the day!). Enjoy free skiing, snowboarding, and sledding either by bringing your own gear or borrowing it on site for free!!

Round out your wonderful January in New York City by booking a room at the best hotel in Midtown –The Manhattan Club!

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