|New York Map Society
Our typical Meeting Place is free and open to the public for our events, but entry to the
building requires photo ID, and RSVPs to MapSocietyNY@gmail.com are recommended.
Avenues: The World School, Headquarters, 11 East 26th Street (between Madison and Fifth
Avenues), New York, NY 10011. Photo ID required for entry. The boardroom seats 40+, and
has a 75-inch 1080p wall-mounted electronic screen. It is available for society events Monday
and Wednesday to Friday evenings, and Saturday afternoons. RSVPs to
MapSocietyNY@gmail.com are requested, but not required.
(We hope -- in a few years, once renovations to the Mid-Manhattan Library are completed -- to
again have our meetings at The New York Public Library, Stephen A. Schwarzman [Main]
Building, 42nd Street and Fifth Avenue, New York City.)
Field trips to map sites, special events, and 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.
See our "Map Shows and Lectures" page for map-related events.
Our 2019-20 program year began September 1, 2019. We hope you'll
join or renew, so that we can continue bringing members quality
lectures and field trips.
Please take a moment now to renew or join at our "Join Us" page.
|The balance of our 2019-20 Program Year:
Saturday, 2 pm, January 25, 2020: PJ Mode and Laura Ten Eyck host
a discussion on "Disposing of your map collection"
Saturday, 2 pm, February 29, 2020: Andrew Kapochunas: "New York's
Newtown Creek: Death and Resurrection -- A Chronicle in Maps and
Saturday, 2 pm, March 14, 2020: Eric Sanderson: "The Mannahatta
Project" and after
Saturday, 2 pm, April 18, 2020: Lars Grava: "At the Edge of Empires -
Maps of the Baltic States"