MOONLIGHT MUSIC. Get serenaded by singer Lise Vachon, who is joined by a guitarist, a percussionist and a French horn player at Cornelia Street Cafe. “What Good Would the Moon Be? — Songs on the Times We Live In” combines world music with traditional jazz, classical and pop. Admission includes a drink. 6 p.m. $20. 29 Cornelia St. (212) 989-9319. GARDENING PARTY. Stop and smell the flowers at the New York Botanical Garden’s “Spring Gardening Open House Weekend.” Take tours of the Rock, Azalea and Rose Gardens and participate in a variety of home gardening demos and wine tastings. Noon-4 p.m. $20. 2900 Southern Blvd., Bronx. (718) 817-8700. LAUGH OUT LOUD. Get your giggle on for World Laughter Day, organized by the Laughter Salon, Yoga Laff and Better Health Chiropractic. Learn laughter yoga exercises. 1-2:30 p.m. Free. Riverside Park, North Lawn at W. 79th St. (212) 243-2365. ROCK THE BLOCK. Head to the Henry Street Settlement for an old-fashioned block party celebrating the social services and arts organization’s 145th birthday. There’ll be street games, arts and crafts, refreshments, a birthday cake baking contest and tours of the historic headquarters. Noon. Free. 265 Henry St. (212) 766-9200. FARM FEST. At “Celebrate… Read full this story
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