Just because its muggy doesn’t mean New York in the summer isn’t magical. Here are a few can’t-miss outings for the remaining weeks ahead.
OFF THE ISLAND
New Age Manhattanites will be trekking up to Sullivan County to revisit their childhood summer camp glory days with The Assemblage’s first Camp Remember. There will be singing, a talent show and bonfires, natch. And yes — kiddos are welcomed. If you’re looking for a women-only experience, The Wing is hosting its first Camp No Man’s Land in the Adirondacks. Wildflower arranging, pickling 101, capture the flag, and a bro-less beer pong tournament are on the agenda for the weekend.
Looking to get upstate for your own weekend away? The Catskill Carriage — a luxury coach service in the vein of The Jitney — launched this season to shuttle you and your precious cargo in glam fashion to your Sullivan County destination of choice.
And for the first time, even Governor’s Island is considered a getaway. Collective Retreats has opened glamping accommodations just a short ride from the tip of Manhattan.
Just because its summer doesn’t mean you should skimp on your cultural outings. One of the summer’s most buzzed — and ‘grammed — exhibitions, “Rockaway! 2018: Narcissus Garden” by