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Marie Kondo Is in Union Square and a Mobile Hello Kitty Café Will Tour NYC

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UNION SQUARE—Need pro tips on organizing, like, right now? Barnes & Noble in Union Square is hosting a meet-and-greet book signing with Marie Kondo, author of Spark Joy: An Illustrated Master Class on the Art of Organizing and Tidying Up tonight at 7pm. You must purchase the book to get a wristband; see the link above for more information.

FLATIRON—The founders of Yoga for Bad People are helping to break in Studio B at the new Bandier store (164 Fifth Ave) with a surprise class tomorrow at 6:30pm. The $20 entry fee also gets you complimentary Juice Press refreshments post-class. Sign up here before spots are filled.

NEW YORK CITY—OPI is celebrating the launch of its new Hello Kitty collab with free nail polishes and hot chocolate (there's "pink chocolate", too) via Hello Kitty's mobile café. Catch the truck on Thursday, January 21st starting at 8:30am near the West Side Highway and Vesey Street starting at 1pm outside of Eataly and on Friday at Bryant Park in the morning and Chelsea Market in the afternoon. Check #HelloKittybyOPI on Twitter for more details throughout its tour..

LOWER EAST SIDE—Work out in the club with Wellvyl at the DL (95 Delancey St) on Saturday, January 23rd. The online wellness community is coming to life with three floors of workout classes, a healthy open bar, makeup and hair styling by Priv, and an afterparty to celebrate its launch. Classes start at 3pm and include offerings from The Fhitting Room, Barry's Bootcamp, and Laughing Lotus; recent Hottest Trainer contestants and Courtney Paul from Work Out New York will be on the scene, too. Be sure to get your tickets here. (Update: Due to the snowstorm, this event has been rescheduled for Saturday, February 6th.)