Due to the escalating concern across our city about COVID-19 and the precautions advocated by public health officials, we have made the decision to temporarily close the Lewis Davis Pavilion and cancel our scheduled events. Please know that we will update you as the situation develops.
Waterside offers exciting year-round events including outdoor movies, concerts and dancing. (See all our events here)
At the Lewis Davis Pavilion, this March, we bring you concerts, lectures, documentaries and much more.
Remember Us – Presented by Evi Blaikie (March 3); Joyce Gold – Immigrant, Radical, Notorious Women of Washington Square (March 10); An Introduction to the Poster House with Melissa Walker (March 9); NYHS Series Part I – Benevolence, Philanthropy, and Activism: Women Make a Difference in 19th Century New York (March 11); Documentary – Inside the Perfect Circle: The Odyssey of Joel Thome (March 16); MoMA Series Part III: Judd (March 18); Vino’yasana (March 21); The Changing New York City Skyline: Past, Present, Future (March 23); Coney Island Presents The Science of the Sideshow (March 24); The New Art of the 1960s – with John Lobell (March 25)
Ongoing: Thursday Concert Series: McDonald-Bianculli Guitar and Flute Duo (March 5); Spirited Celtic Music with Cady Finlayson & Vita Tanga (1) (March 12); Spirited Celtic Music with Cady Finlayson & Vita Tanga (2) (March 19 ); Mike Fahie – John McNeil Jazz Quartet (March 26); Chair Yoga (Wednesdays); Mah Jongg (Thursdays)
Also note: HAFOP March 2020 events are open to Waterside residents
Waterside Swim & Health Club
Xia Spa has now re-opened!
Hours: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 10:30 am – 7 pm
(Closed Mondays and Wednesdays)
*Services presently by appointment only. Call: 212-689-0691.
Waterside has one of the largest rooftop gardens in New York City, with over six acres of landscaped surface, playgrounds, and countless special spots for taking in all Waterside has to offer!