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Cheap$kate: The best FREE events in New York City this week

Tierney Sutton

Tierney Sutton (Credit: Turtle Island Quartet and jazz singer Tierney Sutton )

Grammy-winning Turtle Island Quartet and jazz singer Tierney Sutton present a holiday music concert

Stop by Brookfield Place Monday afternoon for a special concert, celebrating the music of the holidays, from Hanukkah to India's Diwali to 16th century English carols. Jazz vocalist Tierney Sutton teams with two-time Grammy-winning band Turtle Island Quartet for this harmonious celebration of the holidays. (Monday, 1 p.m., FREE, Brookfield Place Winter Garden, 220 Vesey St., brookfieldplaceny.com/turtle)

'Office to Party' express makeup touch-ups at Sephora

Perfect that holiday party look, compliments of Sephora. Stop by the makeup store's "Holiday Happy Hour" this week for your very own "office to party" express makeup touch-up at the Make Up For Ever Boutique. The service begins Monday night through Thursday. (Monday-Thurs., 5-7 p.m., FREE, Make Up For Ever Boutique, Sephora SoHo, 555 Broadway, 212-625-1309, sephora.com)

'Stories in the Social Landscape'

In this exhibit at the International Center of Photography, The School at ICP presents the work of its faculty through photographs and video that document the stories in our everyday lives through a camera's lens. The exhibit opens Friday and runs through March 16. (Opens Friday, daily, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., FREE, The Rita K. Hillman Education Gallery, The School at ICP, 1114 Sixth Ave., 212-857-0001, icp.org/school)

Body+Pole FREE classes

For the rest of December, Body+Pole is offering new students a chance to try out one week for FREE, including one pole, one aerial and one conditioning class. Call or walk-in to redeem your first class at the Chelsea aerial fitness studio and start working off that extra holiday poundage. (Throughout Dec., check online for scheduling, FREE, Body+Pole, 115 W. 27th St., 212-334-6900, bodyandpole.com)

Fatima Shama on immigrants in NYC

In Part 2 of its lecture series on immigration, the Tenement Museum will host Fatima Shama, Commissioner of the NYC Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs. Shama will discuss the intricacies of supporting and integrating a streaming influx of immigrants into the Big Apple. (Wednesday, 6:30 p.m., FREE, Tenement Museum, 103 Orchard St., 212-982-8420, tenement.org/tenement-talks.php)

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