According to the calendar, it’s officially spring and we’re taking advantage of the longer days and warmer weather by taking part in all the city has to offer during this season. See below for just a sample of everything that’s going on in May and June in the Big Applehttps://gotham-magazine.com/what-to-do-in-nyc-this-spring
In 2012, the Rackliffe House Trust opened a restored 1742 seashore manor home to the public, the first one of its kind along the mid-Atlantic coast. This once-magnificent mansion on Sinepauxent Bay, adjacent to Assasteague National Seashore, had been abandoned and fallen into such ruin that it seemed a pile…
Sure, you could take an art class, but wouldn’t it be so much better with a glass of Chardonnay in your hand?