To Do This Week: Flower Arrangement Class, ‘Mr. Robot ‘arrives at the New Yorker Festival |

Learn to arrange yourself! Scott Olson / Getty Images


Fall does not mean the end of all flowers. It just means the end of outside flowers. There are still plenty of them L’Atelier Rouge, who this morning is organizing a taste of the holidays and a course in floral crafts. You’ll want to sign up for their classes, if only to strengthen your mother-in-law with your Christmas wreath making skills. L’Atelier Rouge, 39 West 29th Street, 9:30 a.m., by invitation only

Free the goddess. Zenspa1 / flickr

THURSDAY October 6

Release your inner divinity tonight at The Female Mafia 11th Anniversary Gala To Embody The Inner Goddess. And she’s going to have a great time at this one, as there will be spa treatments by The Lifestyle Lounge, art installations, a hula-hooping class and more. Private Ballroom, 230 Fifth Avenue, 7-11 p.m., $ 25- $ 40

Writer / actor Keegan-Michael Key. Charley Gallay / Getty Images

SATURDAY October 8

You’re not really New Yorker if you don’t read The New Yorker. Well, I mean, I guess technically you are. I guess your “New Yorker” status depends on whether you live in New York and have it for a while, really, at least more than your tastes in magazines. I just like personally The New Yorker and think people should read it. And me love their party. They’ll be hosting a ton of big events today. Keegan-Michael Key (the co-creator of Key and Peele) will speak with Henry finder. The festival will also present a Mr. Robot panel with Sam esmail and Christian slater, so maybe we can all finally figure out what was going on with all the twists and turns of last season. And Jeremy Irons will be in conversation with Rebecca Mead. And there’s no reading required (although, seriously, subscribe, that’s great). Locations vary, all day, from $ 45 to $ 65

Dogs in costumes. That’s all. ROBYN BECK / AFP / Getty Images

SUNDAY October 9

Of course, yes, you are working hard on your Halloween costume. You are not one of those people who will just become Trump or Hillary, or if you are, you have really has hair in the air. But listen, you still won’t look as adorable as the dogs in the Halloween Harvest Dog Parade and Costume Contest. Contest categories will include Mr. and Miss Congeniality, Cutest, People’s Choice, Most Original, and Best of the Show. All winners will receive gift certificates to Petco, and Best in Show will receive a three-month subscription to BarkBox. And look, deep in your heart you know your pet is coming home with the “cutest” medal. You will also be allowed to show up in your own costume, although you will be overshadowed by each puppy. Luna Park, 1000 Surf Avenue, noon, free

MONDAY October 10

If you’re a bride – or, in fact, if you’re just someone who enjoys tasting wedding cake – you’ll want to hit the last day of New York International Bridal Week. You will have the opportunity to enjoy drinks and cupcakes and take hands-on photos in preparation for your big day. Or any day! Pier 94, 755 12e Avenue, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., free

A still of Old fashioned. Landon Nordeman

TUESDAY October 11

Already missing Fashion Week? You will want to stop at Old fashioned book signing and conversation with the photographer Landon Nordeman. The book will feature behind-the-scenes footage from shows in New York, Milan and Paris, all featuring Nordeman’s original perspective. Rizzoli Bookstore, 1133 Broadway, 6-8 p.m., by invitation only

WEDNESDAY 12 october

If you don’t know the name Katie button yet, you will soon. At least you will if you care about the food. She was recently appointed Food and wineis the best new chef, and she will be celebrating the release of her new cookbook Cúrate: Authentic Spanish cuisine from American cuisine tonight at Aldea. You will enjoy a fabulous four-course menu that includes items such as roasted beet salad and braised oxtail. Aldea, 31 West 17th Street, 7:30 p.m., $ 110

Rosalie M. Dehner