New York Map Society
Upcoming Meetings
Our Primary Meeting Place:
The New York Map Society most often holds its lectures on Tuesday or
Wednesday evenings at the New York Public Library's Stephen A.
Schwarzman [Main] Building at 42nd Street and Fifth Avenue.  Meetings
there are free and open to the public, but space limitations may require
an RSVP to attend.  

Field trips to map sites, special events, and occasional lectures may held
on weekends. Some events are reserved for current-paid members only,
and some field trips are at venues that may require  an admission fee.

Our Secondary Meeting Place:
Avenues: The World School, Headquarters, 11 East 26th Street, between
Madison and Fifth Avenues. RSVPs are requested.

See our "Map Exhibitions" page for map-related events in the New  York
area and beyond. Contact the sponsoring organization for further details
about those events.
Our 2017-18 program-year-end members-only Summer Field Trip &
Social Hour is scheduled for: Saturday, September 15, mid-day, at

the Harlem Yacht Club, established 1883, and the third-oldest
continuously functioning yacht club in the City of New York, the first
being The New York Yacht Club, which was founded in 1844.
Venue: 417 Hunter Ave, City Island, NY 10464.

After sharing a drink and appetizers, a lucky ten members, chosen in  
advance by lottery, will shove off on one of two two-hour cruises  
graciously offered to society members by New York Map Society member
Roger Karlebach on his sailboat
"Ilene." His blog.

We're limiting this event to 20 current members, of which ten will be  
sailors. RSVP to, specifying whether you
wish to be on one of the two cruises, or just attend the Social Hour.
I'll create a waiting list.

Saturday, April 28, 2018: our Election/General Meeting confirmed this
program year's slate of officers. See the "Our Leadership" page for details.
Harlem Yacht Club
The society's Fall 2018 event schedule will be finalized over the next
two months. Stay tuned!
Harlem Yacht Club.
Photo by Jenny Green
Roger Karlebach
The Ilene, in Maine