92Y Street Fest is Sunday: Think Broadway performances, a Ninja Warrior course, tasty food

Kimberly Dole
September 19, 2019 - 2:46 pm

NEW YORK (1010 WINS) --  The 92nd Street Y on Sunday will take over Lexington Avenue from 79th to 94th Streets for its 26th annual Street Fest.

Street Fest, of which 1010 WINS is a media partner, kicks off at noon and ends at 5 p.m. 

The Upper East Side institution's outdoor festival offers a slew of activities for all ages: There's free dance and fitness classes, health screenings, performances and several family-friendly activities. 

Children will have the chance to tackle a Ninja Warrior obstacle course. There will also be a chance for kids to pick up some soccer skills with Super Soccer Stars.

There will also be performances by the casts of Broadway musicals "Beetlejuice," "Tootsie," Waitress," "Chicago" and "Mean Girls."

This year, the New York Knicks’ 7th Ave Squad will be present with its team prize wheel, giveaways and will offer basketball pointers at the pop-a-shot machine!

There will be music and dance from 92Y School of Music and Harkness Dance faculty, including the NY Blues Hall of Famer Chris Bergson and the Chris Bergson Band; the Melissa Stylianou Trio interpreting standards; traditional hula dance with Pua Ali’i ‘Ilima Niuoka; the percussive performers Soles of Duende; and selections from 92Y’s Theater for Young Audiences productions for children.

You'll also find International Way between 90th and 91st streets where festival-goers can sample culinary treats and handicrafts at booths representing nations from around the world. 

For more information, visit the 92 Y's website. 

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