NY Agenda Mar. 28-Apr. 3 - FabFitFun
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  • NY Agenda Mar. 28-Apr. 3

    Get perfect brows during a pink carpet event and take flight during a special yoga workshop in this week’s event listings.

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    A Party for Your Brows

    Thurs. Mar. 28, 6-7 p.m.
    Boom Boom Brow Room, 35 7th Ave.

    Walk down the hot pink carpet, sip cocktails, and get uh-mazing brows during this fab brow event at our favorite West Village spot. You’ll also get to hang with The Real Housewives’ Heather Thomson while you’re there.

    Flightasana

    Sun. Mar. 31, 2-4 p.m.
    Prana Power Yoga, 862 Broadway

    This intensive two-hour workshop will cover all the bases, from connecting to your inner yogi through inversions and balances to working your core during the hot power vinyasa portion. Wind down with a well-deserved relaxation session at the end and you’ll feel like a brand new chica.

    Easter Brunch at the Peninsula

    Sun. Mar. 31, noon & 2:30 p.m.
    The Peninsula Hotel, 700 5th Ave.

    Save your appetite for Easter Sunday at the Peninsula Hotel, where you can indulge in a seriously fab buffet that we can only imagine will be nothing short of divine. From a seafood bar to aged cheeses and a special dessert bar, we can already feel the food coma. Then, channel your inner child with a candy-filled egg hunt, games, and a real rabbit.

    Barry’s Bootcamp April Academies

    Starting Mon. Apr. 1, various times
    Chelsea, Tribeca, and Wainscott, NY

    Mark your calendar for April 1, when April Academy begins at Barry’s Bootcamp. Score daily classes during select time slots for a monthlong bootcamp — a minimum of five classes per week for four consecutive weeks. There’ll be no excuses to skip out on your workout. Six pack and string bikini, here we come.

    Our Global Kitchen Exhibition

    Tues. Apr. 2 and ongoing through fall, 10 a.m.
    American History Museum, 200 Central Park W.

    Learn the history behind cooking, historical meals, and how food has shaped society and changed from the environment over the years at this special exhibition at the American Museum of Natural History.

    xx, The FabFitFun NY Team

    Posted on March 28, 2013 in New York

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