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Monkey King Maskmaking

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Add to Calendar 04-12-2011 04-12-2011 15 Monkey King Maskmaking Listen to a story about Monkey King from the popular Chinese epic "The Journey to the West," then make a mask of this mischievous and brave character. http://www.nymetroparents.com/2014neweventinfo.cfm?id=98044 Children's Museum of Manhattan true DD/MM/YYYY
December 04, 2011
12pm and 2pm
Children's Museum of Manhattan
Upper West Side
Young elementary
Free with museum admission: $11; $7 seniors; free children younger than 1

Description: Listen to a story about Monkey King from the popular Chinese epic "The Journey to the West," then make a mask of this mischievous and brave character.

Address: 212 W. 83rd St.
Upper West Side, NY 10024
Phone: 212-721-1223
Website: cmom.org

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Venue Description: Hoping to motivate children and families to learn about themselves and the various cultures of the world, the Children's Museum of Manhattan (CMOM) houses a variety of interactive exhibitions and programs. Over 80 workshops, classes, and performances are offered FREE with admission to the museum each week. The museum boasts four priority areas: its early childhood education program, which prepares children for kindergarten; creativity in the arts and sciences to encourage creative and analytical thinking; healthy lifestyles programs that address the physical and emotional feelings within a family; and the exploration of world cultures, which provides children with an awareness of our diverse society. Additional programs and exhibits include the celebrated PlayWorks? floor for preschoolers; Gods, Myth and Mortals: Discover Ancient Greece, which is designed to introduce art, science, and literature to children; and the Healthy Living programming, created with healthcare providers to encourage good nutrition and daily exercise. Current limited-time programs include Amusement Park Science and American Dreamland: Artwork by Philomena Maran.

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