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THINGS TO DO WITH KIDS IN BRONX ON JANUARY 2

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free and low-cost things to do with kids in Bronx Find free and low-cost things to do with kids in Bronx today, January 2, including fun activities and events the whole family can enjoy. See what's going on today in Bronx's museums, galleries, and libraries for some educational fun; in the parks, for outdoor and nature activities; and in the theaters, for children's concerts and performances. Plus, get details and directions on any street fairs or holiday festivals happening January 2. For even more free and low-cost upcoming events in Bronx, check out our complete calendar of events.

The Magic Flute - Metropolitan Opera
January 02, 2014 - New York

Conductor Jane Glover makes her Met debut leading the abridged, English-language holiday presentation of The Magic Flute. This family-friendly production by Julie Taymor runs 100 minutes and is designed to appeal to audiences of all ages. Featuring Alex Shrader as Tamino, Nathan Gunn as Papageno, Eric Owens as the high priest Sarastro, Heidi Stobe as Princess Pamina, and Albina Shagimuratova and Kathryn Lewek as the wicked Queen of the Night, this spellbinding production is sure to please.

Cutting the Line - Long Island Children's Museum
January 02, 2014 - Garden City

Can a shaky line have personality? Experiment with the shape, thickness, and personality of line. Explore techniques used by the famous abstract expressionist artist Willem de Kooning to create many of his works. Choose specific lines to create a unique work of art using paint, ink, pastels, tape and collage materials. If you wish, leave your artwork for inclusion in the 2014 spring exhibit.

Pre-K and Kindergarten Storytime at B&N Yonkers - Barnes & Noble Yonkers
January 02, 2014 - Yonkers

Lots of fun for the 4-6-year-old set.

School's Out! Holiday Camp! - CSTL Center for Science Teaching and Learning
January 02, 2014 - Rockville Centre

Join in for days of fun-filled, hands-on science and nature activities. There will be dinosaurs, live animals, science exploration, nature discoveries and more! Sign up for the days that work for you. 4-12 year olds. Aftercare (4-5pm) available.

Let's Celebrate with Crafts! - Pomonok Library
January 02, 2014 - Flushing

Kids and teens can make crafts that celebrate the season and can be made for holidays or birthdays: Paper butterflies; 1/2 - Notebooks; 1/3 - Tissue paper flowers.

Kidville Holiday Camp - Kidville
January 02, 2014 - Westport

Pack your child's sleeping bag and favorite stuffed animal and send them camping. Every day will be a new adventure in the great indoors of Kidville Westport where they will enjoy two hours of games, arts and crafts, dancing, storytime and a pizza lunch. Send your child for one day or all four. This drop-off program is designed for children ages 4-6.

Open Mic - Page One Restaurant
January 02, 2014 - Glen Cove

The weekly open mic, one of the most popular on Long Island, typically attracts 10-12 performers, most playing guitar and singing original material. Host Tedeschi emphasizes, "You don't have to be a seasoned performer to showcase your work at the open mic. We definitely work at also making this venue a welcome place for those who are new at getting up in front of an audience. Having personally played at many open mics, I know how important it is to feel part of a welcoming atmosphere, especially for performers who show up for the first time and need to experience the feel of that kind of atmosphere. We also have any number of people who come in each week just to listen and be part of the scene." Co-owner and executive chef, Jeanine DiMenna, has created a special open mic bar menu, with all entrees priced at $5 and ranging from special salads to a burger with fries, fish and chips, sesame chicken and more.

Let's celebrate the New Year! - The Maritime Explorium
January 02, 2014 - Port Jefferson

Explore the principles of geometry and design your own Times Square Ball.

Holiday Vacation Art Workshops - Parrish Art Museum
January 02, 2014 - Water Mill

Students will create projects inspired by the works on view in the Museum. Space is limited and advance registration and payment are required.

New York Islanders vs. Chicago Blackhawks - Nassau Coliseum
January 02, 2014 - Uniondale

It will be a hot, hot time on the ice. Get ready to root for your favorite team as the Islanders take on their rivals.

Anna Karenina-Movie - Franklin Square Public Library
January 02, 2014 - Franklin Square

Set in late 19th century Russia high-society, the aristocrat Anna Karenina enters into a life-changing affair with the affluent Count Vronsky. (Rated R. 130 min.)

DISNEY ON ICE PRESENTS PRINCESSES & HEROES - Webster Bank Arena
January 02, 2014 - Bridgeport

Witness the magic as Jasmine, Aurora and Snow White all make their wishes come true in this collection of celebrated tales told through artistic skating and acrobatics. With the help of the magical pixie Tinker Bell, the Disney Princesses embark on many adventures. Jasmine discovers a whole new world with Aladdin after meeting her unlikely hero in the marketplace. Prince Philip defeats the evil fire-breathing dragon Maleficent in a race to save his true love Aurora. Prince Eric breaks Ursula's spell so that Ariel can remain part of his world. Rapunzel, Tiana, Cinderella, Belle and Snow White also find happiness in this beautifully imagined ice show. Along with romance and adventure, the program offers dynamic special effects, set design and choreography.

Get Into It! FREE - Stepping Stones Museum
January 02, 2014 - Norwalk

The museum stays open late with free admission and activities. An Open Arms program.

Sukey Molloy & Friends! Winter Concert - Eastchester Public Library
January 02, 2014 - Eastchester

Join Sukey Molloy & Friends for an hour of sing-along fun with songs to make you happy! Sukey is an award-winning recording and video artist seen on "BabyFirst," known for her gentle, intimate, up-close entertaining style for families with children ages birth-6 years. Dance along with Sukey's friends Sunflower, Tick Tock, and Sunny, and enjoy the show! Call to pre-register: 201-384-1020.

Magical Musical Winter Wonderland at the Chappaqua Public Library - Chappaqua Public Library
January 02, 2014 - Chappaqua

Join award-winning singer-songwriter Patricia Shih to celebrate the beauty and fun of the season. Kids ages 4 and older will get to "ice skate" around an imaginary lake, have a fun "snowball fight," play a book game, and of course, sing songs praising winter. Together a warm and wonderful winter wonderland will be created, right in the library! Pre-registration is requested.

Yoga for Toddlers - Brooklyn Public Library, Leonard branch
January 02, 2014 - Williamsburg

You and your child can participate in a yoga class specifically for children ages 18-36 months.

Sing Along - Brooklyn Public Library, Flatlands branch
January 02, 2014 - Marine Park

Roll over Beethoven! Come hear Mr. Avrum, the librarian, play some of your favorite tunes.

Chess with Oscar - Brooklyn Public Library, Gravesend branch
January 02, 2014 - Gravesend

Expert chess teacher Oscar Garcia leads this learning/playing session for young players.

Holiday Train Show - New York Botanical Garden
January 02, 2014 - Bronx

This cherished tradition delights people of all ages. Marvel at the charming model trains and New York City landmark replicas made of plant parts such as nuts, bark, and leaves, stroll the spectacular grounds, and shop for everyone on your list. This year's edition features more trains than ever before, and a new holiday dining experience inspired by the historic streets of New York.

Thursday Morning Storytime at B&N: The Toe Show - Barnes & Noble City Center
January 02, 2014 - White Plains

Join Toe, bookseller/entertainer extraordinaire, every Thursday morning for stories, singing and lively fun.

Open Bounce - BounceU-Farmingdale
January 02, 2014 - Farmingdale

Bring the family for a fun time. The sessions include music, games, and of course, play time on the giant inflatable toys. Supervision by an experienced staff is provided.

VacationArts - Great Neck Arts
January 02, 2014 - Great Neck

Kids K-5 won't be bored over the Winter break at the VacationArts program. They enjoy a full day of art, ceramics, drama, music, dance, chess and more. VacationArts is open during school holidays. Call to register. Discounts available.

NOOK Night - Barnes and Noble -Manhasset
January 02, 2014 - Manhasset

Whether you are a seasoned NOOK enthusiast or thinking about a special gift, join us in-store for a NOOK Workshop designed to teach, entertain and inspire.

Winter Wonderland - Science Museum of Long Island
January 02, 2014 - Plandome

Winter is a wonderful time of year. Join in and celebrate the cold weather by growing crystals and finding out how snowflakes are similar. Create your own colorful snow to take home.

Tales for Tails @ The Field - The Field Library
January 02, 2014 - Peekskill

Children in Grades 1 and up are invited (with a parent) to read to a special dog. All volunteer dogs are certified through The Good Dog Foundation. Sign-up required.

Jodi's Gym Mini Camp - Jodi's Gym
January 02, 2014 - Mt. Kisco

A morning of non-stop fun, Jodi's Gym style! Children ages 3-7 will run, jump, tumble, balance, stretch, sing, create, move, and groove, all under the supervision and care of Jodi's well-trained and certified staff. Kids love the mix of gymnastics, music, and art! Children must be 3 years old by Nov. 1, 2013, must previously have been in a separation program, and potty-trained. Discounts (for total days enrolled per family): 10% off for 4-6 days of camp; 15% for for 7 days or more. Space is limited. Call 914-244-8811 to register.

Winter Visit with the Animals - Bear Mountain Zoo
January 02, 2014 - Bear Mountain

Need some fresh air and an adventure while the kids are home on winter break? Head over to this little gem of a zoo. Check out black bears, coyotes, beavers, otters, bald eagles, and other mammals and birds. Warm up in the zoo's Reptile and Amphibian house, home to a variety of species of frogs, turtles, snakes, salamanders and fish. Current residents include the Endangered Timber Rattlesnake, Black Rat Snake, Spotted Salamader, Bullfrog, Spring Peeper, American Toad, Spotted Turtle, Eastern Box Turtle, and Pumpkinseed Sunfish. The animals arrived at Trailside because they were either permanently injured or orphaned and would not be able to survive in the wild. Their presence here offers visitors a chance to see them up close and learn about the importance of conserving their natural habitat.

Drama Posse - Hillcrest Library
January 02, 2014 - Flushing

Children and teens ages 8-14, can try their hand at acting, and perform in a live show especially for kids. Budding actors, musicians, scenery artists, sound effects techs, and stagehands are needed. Weekly meetings and rehearsals are required for all actors and actresses.

Circle of Friends - Glen Oaks Library
January 02, 2014 - Glen Oaks

A morning of fun for children ages 3-5. A variety of fun-filled activities include listening to stories, singing songs and doing arts and crafts.

MONTHLY JAZZ JAM - Flushing Town Hall
January 02, 2014 - Flushing

Open to professional jazz musicians, graduate students studying jazz, and music educators. Meet new contacts, hone your chops and jam each month with your peers. Open to the general public, first Wednesday each month.

Gingerbread Lane - NY Hall of Science
January 02, 2014 - Corona

Marvel at a grand village of homemade gingerbread houses that is drafted, designed, baked, planned, built, and decorated by chef Jon Lovitch over the course of an entire year. This season marks the 20th year that Jon Lovitch, chef and creator of GingerBread Lane, has been undertaking the colossal confection. Each annual GBL takes about 1500 hours to make, and is made from only "real," edible ingredients: gingerbread, royal icing, and candy. Weighing more than 1.5 tons, this year's GBL is the largest ever, and will be competing for a Guinness World Record. It sits out in the open, rather than behind glass, giving viewers a delicious whiff of homemade gingerbread. Visit gingerbread-lane.org to learn more.

Comedy Outliers Presents: Pop Americano! - The Creek and the Cave
January 02, 2014 - Long Island City

From the creators of "Comedy Outliers" comes "Pop Americano!" a fun, interactive show where a panel of comedians breakdown current pop culture and political news. Propelled by it's use of news clips, sound bites and a quick round of pop culture trivia, "Pop Americano" is a show you can't miss! Hosted By: Brandon Collins and Mike Brown. This Month's Line-Up Includes: Mike Cannon (MTV); Kid Fury (SoFurious.com); with other special guests! Purchase Tickets Here: http://goo.gl/JZI7rD. This is a new show you do NOT want to miss!!!

BARAKA - Cinema Arts Centre
January 02, 2014 - Huntington

From Ron Fricke, the acclaimed director of "Samsara" and cinematographer of "Koyaanisquatsi", a mind-expanding, spiritual journey across disparate cultures and civilizations. Hosted by educator Fred Craden.

January Dance Classes for all ages - Elite Dance Centre
January 02, 2014 - East Northport

Elite Dance Centre is offering new classes for the New Year. They have ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, hip hop, pre k dance break dance and zumba

Progressive Insurance New York Boat Show - Javits Center
January 02, 2014 - Hell's Kitchen

Kick off the New Year with a resolution to spend more time on the water. The world?s first and longest running boat show welcomes thousands of visitors to the Javits Center in New York City for five days of summer dreaming and fun for the whole family. Lifelong boating enthusiasts and novices alike can shop, compare and find competitive deals on everything from luxury motor yachts and sport fishers to performance boats, sailboats, and thousands of marine accessories. Plus, attendees will have the chance to meet Captain Dave Carraro from National Geographi'cs Wicked Tuna, see swampmaster Jeff Quattrocchi catch an 8-foot, 200-pound alligator with his bare hands, get expert advice and skills training at the Show?s interactive boating workshops, and more!

Cross-Stitch Circle - DiMenna Children's History Museum at New-York Historical Society
January 02, 2014 - Upper West Side

Drop in and try your skills at one of the oldest forms of embroidery in the world. Beginning cross stitchers will learn the basic stitch and create a bookmark with their new skill. More seasoned stitchers can continue working on their bookmark or branch into more complicated designs ? make a handcrafted gift for someone! This program is designed for kids who are 6 and older.

Living Colour - Brooklyn Bowl
January 02, 2014 - Brooklyn

Multilingual Mother Goose - Chappaqua Public Library
January 02, 2014 - Chappaqua

Children ages birth-5 years with an adult learn and share songs and rhymes in other languages. Registration required.

Yefim Bronfman, Lindberg, Rouse, and Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 5 - New York Philharmonic
Through January 03, 2014 - New York

The Russian-born, Grammy award winning pianist, Yefim Bronfman joins the Philharmonic as Artist-in-Residence for the 2013-14 season. Mr. Bronfman has performed with the Orchestra on more than 55 occasions after his debut with the Philharmonic in May of 1970.

Vacation Mini Camps - JCC of Mid-Westchester
Through January 03, 2014 - Scarsdale

Three different camps provide tons of fun for kids ages 2-10 years, Dec. 23 to Jan. 3. Early chilldhood camp: ages 2 to Kindergarten. Gadol vacation camp for kids in 1st through 4th grades. Sports extravaganza camp for ages 6 to 10. Full-day and half-day options. Register for select days or full week. Gym, arts and crafts, swim, sports, music, cooking, stories, snacks and movies! Bring your own lunch. Call for details: 914-472-3300. Camp closed on Jan. 1.

George Balanchine's The Nutcracker - New York City Ballet
Through January 04, 2014 -

Welcome to the world of George Balanchine's The Nutcracker. This is the production that is the heart of New York City's year-end holiday season. Whether it is a family tradition or a once-in-a-lifetime visit, your experience of this glittering classic ballet will stay with you forever and warm your spirit. From the moment the lights dim, you will be transported to a magical place filled with adorable children, marching toy soldiers, a glowing one-ton Christmas tree that seemingly grows forever, mischievous mice, crystalline waltzing snowflakes, the Land of Sweets and some of the most glorious dancing on earth.

Echoes of Egypt: Conjuring the Land of the Pharoahs - Yale Peabody Museum
Through January 04, 2014 - New Haven

This exhibition will take you on a journey through two thousand years of fascination with ancient Egypt, the land of the pharaohs. Visitors will enter through a reproduction of the Egyptianizing gateway that is the entrance to New Haven's Grove Street Cemetery (designed by Henry Austin in 1839), and then discover how a culture that flourished thousands of years ago has impacted our own world. Echoes of ancient Egypt appear in art, architecture, and literature around the world from ancient Africa to medieval Europe and the Middle East, to modern North America. April 13, 2013-January 4, 2014.

El Museo's Bienal 2013: Here Is Where We Jump - El Museo Del Barrio
Through January 04, 2014 - New York

The seventh edition of El Museo's biennial exhibition. La Bienal features work by Latino and Latin-American artists, from newly-minted to mid-career, who live and work in the greater metropolitan area of New York City. The exhibition was designed to give opportunities to artists and to make the public aware of their work, and features new works by artists who have never shown at El Museo.

Marc Dennis - An Artist, A Curator And A Rabbi Walk Into A Bar - Hasted Kraeutler
Through January 04, 2014 - New York

The title of the exhibition is a meta-joke (a joke within a joke), referencing the exhibited works, which are often, paintings within paintings. Left purposely without a punch line, the title lends itself to the idea of an endless narrative in which anyone can fill in the blanks and take the concept in any direction, or context. Dennis exposes the glamour, popularity, celebrity, absurdity and seductiveness that is the "art world" with skilled precision and artistic prowess.

THE NEW YORK CITY BALLET PERFORMS G. BALANCHINE'S THE NUTCRACKER - David H. Koch Theater, Lincoln Center
Through January 04, 2014 - Lincoln Square

Tschaikovsky's beloved melodies will transport you to a magical world where mischievous mice besiege a battalion of soldiers, and an onstage blizzard leads to an enchanted Land of Sweets. Whether it's a first-time experience or an annual treat, don't miss the hottest holiday ticket in town.

Holiday Lights & Movie Sites - Columbus Circle
Through January 04, 2014 - Columbus Circle

Experience Christmas in New York while reliving your favorite holiday movie moments on New York City?s most unique guided holiday bus tour. With this 2-and-a-half hour bus tour, you'll the sites where your favorite holiday movies were filmed and makes stops at some of the season?s most festive locations along the way. You?ll see how a lit up NYC sparkles during the holidays as you enjoy clips from silver screen classics such as Home Alone 2, Scrooged, and Elf. Tour departs from Columbus Circle (across from the Trump building).

Jeff Daniels - 54 Below
Through January 04, 2014 - New York

Actor Jeff Daniels brings his original music to 54 Below in an intimate musical evening. The songs are tuneful, funny, honest and true, with titles like "If William Shatner Can, I Can Too", "You Can Drink An Ugly Girl Pretty", and "Have a Good Life (Then Die)". Filled with laugh-out-loud humor and poignancy, this is a wondrous night with one of television's biggest stars that you don't want to miss.

CRAFT-TASTIC: An Exhibition and Sale of the Handmade - Pelham Art Center
Through January 04, 2014 - Pelham

A collection of the hand-made by local, national, and international crafts artists will be for sale in time for the holiday season at Pelham Art Center's annual exhibition, Craft-Tastic. The exhibition will run from Nov. 22, 2013 through Jan. 4, 2014. This year's exhibition will feature functional, wearable, and decorative crafts, ranging in price, scale, and materials, by over 20 artists. Crafts from the United States will include beautiful and unique jewelry and metal work from Brooklyn, Chicago, and nearby Tarrytown. Felted hats and fascinators will be for sale by a local Pelham milliner. Sculptural and functional, both thrown and slip cast, ceramics from as far away as Colorado and as close as New Rochelle will be shown. Pelham Art Center will also be exhibiting original glass work, hand-sewn, and knitted items, furniture, and sculptural objects. Zori slippers, felt flowers, rubber-band bracelets, and recycled plastic bags purses, all made in Cambodia, will be on sale as a fundraiser for the Somaly Mam Foundation (somaly.org), a nonprofit organization committed to ending modern slavery and empowering its survivors as part of the solution. Pelham Art Center is also supporting Fair Trade felted crafts made by women entrepreneurs located in Central Asia. With the help of US-based partnerships, the sale of these hand-felted ornaments, bowls, and rugs assist in bringing economic sustainability to their communities. Craft-Tastic exposes viewers to the vibrant world of the hand-made while expanding upon the vocabulary of traditional craft materials and techniques. The exhibition also touches on the idea of how craft continues to be a viable source of income for artists and communities in addition to a method of artistic expression throughout the world. Craft-Tastic is curated by Gail Heidel. Artists will include: Cheryl Bryant (NJ), Andrew Coombs (SC), Craftspring (Fair Trade), Erin S. Daily (NY), Stephen Eakin (NY), Heather Mae Erickson (CO), Doug Frati (ME), MaryLouise Gladstone (NY), Layne Gregory (ME) , Kathryn Fenstermaker (TN), Mamie Kanfer (NY), Maia Leppo (NY), Leigh Taylor Mickelson (NY), Sana Musasama (NY), Susan Saas (NY), Amy Santoferraro (KS), Leslie Silk-Champagne (NH), Kristi Sword (NY), Judith Weber (NY), and Brian Weissman (NY).

Holiday Lights & Movie Sites - On Location Tours
Through January 04, 2014 - New York

Take a guided bus tour to see the spectacular holiday lights and movie sites in New York City, the most filmed city in the world. Relax as your tour guide, a local New York City actor or actress entertains and informs you throughout this one-of-a-kind sightseeing experience. Included in the tour are sites associated with films such as Home Alone 2, Miracle on 34th Street, Serendipity, Elf, Scrooged, and much more.

Picturing Central Park - Museum of the City of New York
Through January 05, 2014 - New York

Artist Janet Ruttenberg's love affair with Central Park has inspired her to use a variety of media -- watercolor, oils, and video -- to capture the natural and human beauty of this iconic New York landscape. Picturing Central Park will include 17 major works, many of them a monumental 15 feet in width, along with smaller pieces and photographs that reveal the artist's imaginative approach to her bold and sometimes fantastical work.

Making Marks: Prints from Crow's Shadow Press - National Museum of the American Indian
Through January 05, 2014 - New York

Making Marks: Prints from Crow's Shadow Press features eighteen works by seven Native American contemporary artists -- Rick Bartow (Wiyot), Phillip John Charette (Yup'ik), Joe Feddersen (Colville Confederated Tribes [Okanagan/Lakes]), Hock E Aye Vi Edgar Heap of Birds (Cheyenne/Arapaho), James Lavadour (Walla Walla), Wendy Red Star (Crow), and Marie Watt (Seneca) -- working in collaboration with Crow's Shadow Master Printer Frank Janzen.

Tiepolo, Guardi, and Their World: Eighteenth-Century Venetian Drawings - Morgan Library & Museum
Through January 05, 2014 - New York

The Morgan's collection of eighteenth-century Venetian drawings is among the world's finest, with more than 300 sheets by renowned masters Giambattista Tiepolo (1696-1770) and his son Domenico (1726-1804). Drawn entirely from the museum's holdings, Tiepolo, Guardi, and Their World features a selection of nearly one hundred works on paper and chronicles the vitality and originality of drawing during Venice's second Golden Age. The eighteenth century saw the resurgence of the legendary maritime city as a center for international arts patronage. Venice was home to several flourishing family workshops and commissions from the church, nobility, bourgeoisie, and foreign travelers ensured the fame of her artists. The exceptional creativity of Venetian masters is seen in Giambattista Tiepolo's luminous wash studies for frescoed ceilings and painted figures; views of Venice and architectural capricci by Francesco Guardi and Canaletto; early designs executed by Giovanni Piranesi during his formative years in the city; and Domenico Tiepolo's humorous Scenes from Contemporary Life and theatrical vignettes depicting the comic character Punchinello.

Bookermania: 45 Years of the Man Booker Prize - Morgan Library & Museum
Through January 05, 2014 - New York

The Man Booker Prize is one of the world's most prestigious literary awards, given annually to the best novel written in English by a citizen of the Commonwealth of Nations, Republic of Ireland, or Zimbabwe. This exhibition explores the history of 'The Booker' and the ways in which the prize has captured the British imagination and the attention of the international literary community through objects drawn from the more than four thousand proofs, printed books, manuscripts, artworks, letters, and promotional material that comprise the Morgan's Man Booker Prize Collection.

Secrets of Circles - Stepping Stones Museum
Through January 05, 2014 - Norwalk

If you look around, you'll see that circles are everywhere: in the wheels of a car, the clock on the wall, the tortillas on your table, and the frisbees and tops you play with. This exhibit invites visitors to climb into a circular boat, play and pretend in a market full of circles from around the globe and make objects spin using colorful gears. Featuring eighteen hands-on components, the highly-interactive Secrets of Circles inspires children and adults to ask questions and investigate the answers as they explore the math, science, and engineering of circles. September 8-January 5, 2014.

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater - New York City Center
Through January 05, 2014 - New York

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, New York City Center's Principal Dance Company beloved as an American cultural ambassador to the world, returns with exciting performances that have become a joyous holiday tradition. Encore performances from last year's record-breaking season are Garth Fagan's revered From Before, Jiri Kylian's sensual and visually surprising Petite Mort, Ronald K. Brown's uplifting Grace and in-demand young choreographer Kyle Abraham's Another Night, created with the support of commissioning funds from New York City Center and the Hopkins Center for the Arts at Dartmouth, in celebration of the Center's 50th anniversary. Other choreographic treasures brought to life by Ailey's acclaimed company members will be Paul Taylor's Arden Court, hip-hop choreographer Rennie Harris' soul-lifting Home, and Ohad Naharin's unique and innovative Minus 16, which features improvisation and audience involvement. A variety of repertory favorites and classic Ailey works will be performed, including the must-see Revelations with live music on select programs.

NY See the Holiday Lights! Tour - OnBoard Tours
Through January 05, 2014 -

This three-hour tour showcases New York's Christmas spirit, displayed in one of the most elaborate light shows in the world. See Rockefeller Center, then cruise down Fifth Avenue, where department stores like Macy's, Saks, and Lord & Taylor will be outfitted for the holidays in classic New York style. Tour departs daily from 50th St. & Seventh Ave. in Times Square at 7pm.

Frogs: A Chorus of Colors - American Museum of Natural History
Through January 05, 2014 - New York

Back by popular demand, this delightful exhibition introduces visitors to the colorful and richly diverse world of frogs. More than 150 live frogs, from the tiny phantasmal dart-poison frog (which is less than an inch long) to the enormous African bullfrog (which can be as big as 8 inches in diameter), are shown in re-created habitats, complete with rock ledges, live plants, and waterfalls. Featuring approximately 25 species from such countries as Argentina, Bolivia, Borneo, Brazil, China, Indonesia, Madagascar, Malaysia, Paraguay, Russia, Sumatra, the United States, and Uruguay, the exhibition explores the evolution and biology of these amphibians, their importance to ecosystems, and the threats they face in the world's changing environments. Interactive stations throughout the exhibition invite visitors to activate recorded frog calls, view videos of frogs in action, and test their knowledge about these fascinating amphibians.

Artists and Amateurs: Etching in Eighteenth-Century France - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Through January 05, 2014 - New York

Throughout the eighteenth century, a large number of artists -- painters, sculptors, draftsmen, and amateurs -- experimented with etching, a highly accessible printmaking technique akin to drawing. Some, like Antoine Watteau and Francois Boucher, encountered the process within the thriving commerce of the Paris print market. Others, like Jean-Honore Fragonard and Hubert Robert, experimented with the technique during their student years in Rome. Over the course of the century, the free and improvisational aesthetic of the etching process increasingly was embraced, and French artists looked to seventeenth-century masters, such as Rembrandt in the north, and Salvator Rosa and Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione to the south, for inspiration. The expressive potential of the technique was also explored in a more experimental manner by artists like Gabriel de Saint-Aubin and Louis Jean Desprez, who harnessed the inky tonalities of the medium to their personal and idiosyncratic vision. The exhibition will include loans from North American museums and private collections.

MOMIX - Joyce Theater
Through January 05, 2014 - New York

For over thirty years, MOMIX has astounded international audiences with little more than light, shadow, props, and the human body. And now, especially for the holiday season, the company presents MOMIX reMIX, pieces gathered from its repertory and showcases of new creations. This delightful and often startling show breaks the bounds of the conventional and enters an aesthetic orbit of its own.

Grand Processsion: Dolls from the Charles and Valerie Diker Collection - National Museum of the American Indian
Through January 05, 2014 - New York

Grand Procession celebrates Native identity through 23 colorful and meticulously detailed objects that are much more than dolls. Traditionally made by female relatives using buffalo hair, hide, porcupine quills, and shells, figures like these have long served as both toys and teaching tools for American Indian communities. Outfitted in intricate regalia, these dolls—on loan from the Charles and Valerie Diker Collection—represent Plains and Plateau tribes and the work of five artists: Rhonda Holy Bear (Cheyenne River Lakota), Joyce Growing Thunder (Assiniboine/Sioux), Juanita Growing Thunder Fogarty (Assiniboine/Sioux), Jessa Rae Growing Thunder (Assiniboine/Sioux), and Jamie Okuma (Luiseño and Shoshone-Bannock). Their superb craftsmanship and attention to detail imbue these figures with a remarkable presence and power, turning a centuries-old tradition into a contemporary art form.

Robert Motherwell: The Early Collages - Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Through January 05, 2014 - New York

The Guggenheim Museum is organizing an exhibition devoted exclusively to papier colles and related works on paper from the 1940s and early 1950s by the American artist Robert Motherwell. By reexamining the artist's origins and his engagement with this technique, which he described in 1944 as "the greatest of our [art] discoveries," the exhibition will investigate the artist's work during a pivotal decade in his career. Featuring approximately 50 artworks, the exhibition also honors Peggy Guggenheim's early patronage. At her urging, and under the tutelage of emigre Surrealist artist Roberto Matta, Motherwell first experimented with the papier colle technique. As he recalled years later "I might never have done it otherwise, and it was here that I found . . . my identity." The exhibition will open at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice, in June 2013, and travel to the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, in September 2013. This exhibition is curated by Susan Davidson, Senior Curator, Collections and Exhibitions.

Medieval Treasures from Hildesheim - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Through January 05, 2014 - New York

Hildesheim Cathedral has one of the most complete surviving ensembles of church furnishings and treasures in Europe, with many masterpieces made between 1000 and 1250. As a result, it was designated a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site in 1985. A major renovation of the cathedral provides an opportunity for this extraordinary exhibition of medieval church treasures. Consisting of about fifty works, the exhibition will focus primarily on Bishop Bernward of Hildesheim (960-1022), one of the greatest patrons of the arts in the Middle Ages. In addition to the famous monumental bronze doors and the column in Hildesheim Cathedral that cannot travel, Bernward commissioned many smaller precious works of art, mostly for his monastic foundation St. Michael's. A silver crucifix and candlesticks and numerous illuminated manuscripts (that he is known to have commissioned), and the Golden Madonna (that he is believed to have commissioned), will be part of the exhibition. The exhibition will also examine the artistic production of Hildesheim in the high Middle Ages, including the monumental bronze baptismal font that is a masterpiece of thirteenth-century metalwork.

Julia Margaret Cameron - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Through January 05, 2014 - New York

One of the greatest portraitists in the history of photography, Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-1879) blended an unorthodox technique, a deeply spiritual sensibility, and a Pre- Raphaelite-inflected aesthetic to create a gallery of vivid portraits and a mirror of the Victorian soul. This will be the first New York City museum exhibition devoted to Cameron's work in nearly a generation, and the first ever at the Met. The showing of thirty-five works is drawn entirely from the Metropolitan's rich collection, including major works from the Rubel Collection acquired in 1997 and the Gilman Collection acquired in 2005.

'White Christmas' - Westchester Broadway Theatre
Through January 05, 2014 - Elmsford

Make your days merry and bright by warming to an unforgettable tap-dancing delight! Based on the beloved, timeless film, this heartwarming musical adaptation features seventeen Irving Berlin songs. Veterans Bob Wallace and Phil Davis have a successful song-and-dance act after World War II. With romance in mind, the two follow a duo of beautiful singing sisters en route to their Christmas show at a Vermont lodge, which just happens to be owned by Bob and Phil's former army commander. The dazzling score features well known standards including "Blue Skies," "I Love A Piano," "How Deep Is the Ocean," and the perennial favorite, "White Christmas," that will fill you with the joy of the season. Through January 5, 2014.

Whales: Giants of the Deep - American Museum of Natural History
Through January 05, 2014 - New York

A new exhibition that transports visitors to the vibrant underwater world of the mightiest animals on Earth. Whales explores the latest research about these marine mammals as well as the central role they have played for thousands of years in human cultures. From the traditions of New Zealand's Maori whale riders and the Kwakwaka'wakw peoples of the Pacific Northwest to the international whaling industry and the rise of laws protecting whales from commercial hunting, the exhibition traces the close connections humans and whales have shared for centuries.

Whales: Giants of the Deep - American Museum of Natural History
Through January 05, 2014 - Upper West Side

Whales: Giants of the Deep will transport visitors to the vibrant underwater world of the mightiest animals on Earth as it encourages museum-goers to explore the latest research about these marine mammals as well as the central role they have played for thousands of years in human cultures. Through a variety of interactive exhibits, kids (and their grownups, who will find themselves just as fascinated!) experience a re-created dive to the depths of the sea with a sperm whale on the hunt for a giant squid, crawl through a life-size replica of the heart of the blue whale ? the largest living animal on the planet ? listen to whale croons, and meet whale riders, scientists, and former whaling families. At the heart of its mission, the exhibition explores the close connections humans and whales have shared for centuries.

Frogs: A Chorus of Colors - American Museum of Natural History
Through January 05, 2014 - Upper West Side

Back by popular demand, this delightful exhibition introduces visitors to the colorful and richly diverse world of frogs. More than 150 live frogs, from the tiny phantasmal dart-poison frog (which is less than an inch long) to the enormous African bullfrog (which can be as big as 8 inches in diameter), are shown in re-created habitats, complete with rock ledges, live plants, and waterfalls. Featuring approximately 25 species from such countries as Argentina, Bolivia, Borneo, Brazil, China, Indonesia, Madagascar, Malaysia, Paraguay, Russia, Sumatra, the United States, and Uruguay, the exhibition explores the evolution and biology of these amphibians, their importance to ecosystems, and the threats they face in the world's changing environments. Interactive stations throughout the exhibition invite visitors to activate recorded frog calls, view videos of frogs in action, and test their knowledge about these fascinating amphibians. This exhibition is presented with appreciation to Clyde Peeling's Reptiland.

Iran Modern - Asia Society and Museum
Through January 05, 2014 - New York

The first major international loan exhibition in New York on the subject, Iran Modern comprises paintings, sculpture, and works on paper by the most noteworthy Iranian artists of the three decades in focus, and provides a dynamic perspective and better understanding of Iran's rich culture and history for the public.

Robert Indiana: Beyond LOVE - Whitney Museum of American Art
Through January 05, 2014 - New York

Robert Indiana (b. Robert Clark, 1928) first emerged on the wave of Pop Art that engulfed the art world in the early 1960s. Bold and visually dazzling, his work embraced the vocabulary of highway signs and roadside entertainments that were commonplace in post war America. Presciently, he used words to explore themes of American identity, racial injustice, and the illusion and disillusion of love. The appearance in 1966 of what became his signature image, LOVE, and its subsequent proliferation on unauthorized products, eclipsed the public's understanding of the emotional poignancy and symbolic complexity of his art. This retrospective will reveal an artist whose work, far from being unabashedly optimistic and affirmative, addresses the most fundamental issues facing humanity -- love, death, sin, and forgiveness -- giving new meaning to our understanding of the ambiguities of the American Dream and the plight of the individual in a pluralistic society.

Shipwreck! Pirates & Treasure - Discovery Times Square
Through January 05, 2014 - New York

SHIPWRECK! Pirates & Treasure will capture your imagination and take you on an incredible journey through thousands of years of maritime history. Experience hurricane-force winds, pick up treasure with a robotic arm, and explore the mysteries of the deep. This exhibit features over 500 authentic artifacts, including gold and silver treasures, as well as the incredible science and technology used to work thousands of feet below the ocean's surface.

La descente d'Orphee aux enfers - Gotham Chamber Opera
Through January 05, 2014 - New York

For the New York stage premiere of Charpentier's La descente d'Orphee aux enfers, Gotham Chamber Opera partners with members of The Choir of Trinity Wall Street and Trinity Baroque Orchestra. The cast will be led by Daniel Curran as Orphee, Jeff Beruan as Pluton, and Jamilyn Manning-White as Eurydice. Charpentier's 1686 opera retells the story of Orpheus who, upon learning of Eurydice's sudden death, descends to Hades in order to convince Pluto to allow her to return with him to earth. This classic story of selfless love and the power of music to overcome death will be staged by Andrew Eggert and presented in historic St. Paul's Chapel. No performances 11/2, 4.

The Art of the Brick - Discovery Times Square
Through January 05, 2014 - New York

This exhibition by artist Nathan Sawaya is a critically acclaimed collection of intriguing and inspiring works of art made exclusively from one of the most recognizable toys in the world: LEGO bricks. This is the world's biggest and most elaborate display of LEGO art ever and features brand-new, never-before-seen pieces by Sawaya.

Participatory City: 100 Urban Trends from the BMW Guggenheim Lab - Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Through January 05, 2014 - New York

Participatory City features 100 of the key trends published in the New York, Berlin, and Mumbai editions of 100 Urban Trends: A Glossary of Ideas from the BMW Guggenheim Lab, each illustrated by contributions from a global roster of architects, academics, designers, and artists, as well as from Lab programs and projects. The exhibition will represent the trends in an exclusively digital installation through drawings, sketches, short videos, and renderings.

In Vogue: A Runway of 19th Century Women's Fashion - Fairfield Museum and History Center
Through January 05, 2014 - Fairfield

The exhibit features the fashion-forward women of the late-18th and 19th centuries. Every decade from 1780 to 1900 will be on the runway. From cage hoop skirts to sleeves so large a woman could barely turn her head, this exhibit will emphasize the making of a fashionable woman throughout the Colonial, Regency, and Victorian Eras of Fairfield's history. Peer through a sea of posh hats to catch a glimpse of these historical fashionistas. July 20, 2013 - January 5, 2014.

Interwoven Globe: The Worldwide Textile Trade, 1500-1800 - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Through January 05, 2014 - New York

Beginning in the 16th century, the golden age of European maritime navigation in search of spice routes to the East brought about the flowering of an abundant textile trade. Textiles often acted as direct currency for spices, as well as other luxury goods. Textiles and textile designs made their way around the globe, from India and Asia to Europe, between India and Asia and Southeast Asia from Europe to the east, and eventually west to the American colonies. Blending the traditional designs, skills, and tastes of all the cultures that produced or purchased them, these beautiful and historically fascinating fabrics also served as conduits of information, sparking ideas of imagined exotic lands and peoples in both East and West. The exhibition includes works from across the Museum's collection - augmented by a few key domestic and international loans - in order to make worldwide visual connections, and to highlight an important design story that has never been told from a truly global perspective.

The Art of the Brick - Discovery Times Square
Through January 05, 2014 - Midtown

Art of the Brick, an exhibition by artist Nathan Sawaya, is a collection of intriguing and inspiring works of art made exclusively from LEGO bricks. The Discovery Times Square exhibit is the world's biggest display of LEGO art ever and features brand-new, never-before-seen pieces by Sawaya.

Decorated Glenview - Hudson River Museum
Through January 05, 2014 - Yonkers

Designer Bob Pesce gives a contemporary interpretation of Victorian holiday splendor in Glenview's parlor, sitting room, library, dining room, and great hall. From Nov. 29 through Jan. 5, 2014, see the floor-to-ceiling tree in the parlor; Coalport porcelain plates and green-engraved Bristol glassware on the dining table; and in the sitting room, the place for casual celebrations, see a table-top tree, the earliest type of fir tree brought to England for indoor display, which delighted Queen Victoria. Victorian toys from the collection -- including a doll, sled, and building blocks -- beloved long before the iPhone or even Barbie, are on display. Nybelwyck Hall, in its special room in Glenview, is also decked out in green and red. This 24-room dollhouse is reminiscent of Hudson Valley manors.

alt_quilts: Sabrina Gschwandtner, Luke Haynes, Stephen Sollins - American Folk Art Museum
Through January 05, 2014 - New York

This exhibition considers three contemporary artists who are inspired by the history and structure of American quilts but who are neither inhibited, constricted, nor defined by it. Sabrina Gschwandtner, Luke Haynes, and Stephen Sollins are keenly aware that a quilt's very substance -- its remnants, pieces, choices, geometries -- is profoundly laden with meaning. They intentionally seek such emotional and retentive content in their work, oftentimes through ingenious techniques and by using unexpected materials such as 16mm film strips or used Tyvek envelopes. By purposefully reusing experiential elements with relevance to their own lives and times, they exploit the tension inherent in historical quilts between function and significance. The three artists are especially attracted to the rationality and precision of specific quilt patterns that often have illusive qualities - Tumbling Blocks, Log Cabin, Sunshine and Shadow, Double Wedding Ring - examples of which, from the museum's collection, will also be on view.

Mother Africa - New Victory Theater
Through January 05, 2014 - New York

Rich in rhythm and robust in song, MOTHER AFRICA's acrobats, musicians and dancers light up the stage in a powerful performance of stunning African artistry. Featuring stilt walkers from Tanzania, jugglers from Ethiopia and a renowned contortionist from Kenya, modern circus arts meld with joyful dance and music among a marvel of traditional masks. Exuberant afro-beats radiate from the stage with every strike of the infectious djembe and strum of the mbira, while bazin and kitenge fabrics swirl in a spectacle of color. Merry and bright, this is one holiday party you won't want to miss!

BODIES REVEALED - Connecticut Science Center
Through January 05, 2014 - Hartford

This exhibition offers visitors an opportunity to see inside carefully preserved anatomical specimens and learn the detailed structure and function of the human body. The Exhibition takes visitors through galleries providing an up-close look inside the skeletal, muscular, reproductive, respiratory, circulatory and other systems of the human body. Many of the whole-body specimens are displayed in athletic poses, allowing the visitor to relate them to everyday activities. In addition, specimens illustrate the damage caused to organs by over-eating and lack of exercise. A healthy lung is featured next to a black lung ravaged by smoking in a vivid comparison more powerful than any textbook image. The human body specimens in the Exhibition are preserved through a revolutionary technique called polymer preservation. In this process, human tissue is permanently preserved using liquid silicone rubber that is treated and hardened. The end result is a rubberized specimen, preserved to the cellular level, showcasing the complexity of the body's many bones, muscles, nerves, blood vessels and organs. The full-body specimens can take more than a year to prepare. September 21-January 5, 2014.

Chinese Ceramics for Iran and Indo-Persia - Asia Society and Museum
Through January 05, 2014 - New York

During the Yuan period (1279-1368) the high-fired, glazed ceramics of China were among the most prized luxuries of the pre-industrial world. The Chinese kilns at Jingdezhen in Jiangxi province and the Longquan kilns of Zhejiang province produced ceramics for markets in Europe, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East, and beyond, and catered to specific needs of a variety of markets. They produced large, shallow platters like the three examples on view here, which were highly desired in the Middle East where communal eating style was the norm. Particularly fine examples were used as court tablewares and even gifts to royal shrines. The Mughal rulers of India, who descended from rulers of Persia, inherited a taste for Chinese ceramics from their royal predecessors. Both Persian and Mughal painting frequently include images of Chinese ceramics, attesting to their popularity. Two of the Chinese porcelain platters here have incised inscriptions by the 17th-century Mughal ruler Shah Jahan, famed for his patronage of the Taj Mahal. Chinese Ming dynasty (1368-1644) texts also tell us that Chinese delegations often presented porcelain as official gifts to other countries. The large 15th-century blue-and-white vase with a three clawed dragon design is of a type known to have been gifted in this manner to Persia.

'Mother Africa' - New Victory Theater
Through January 05, 2014 - Theater District Times Square

Merry and bright, Mother Africa will shine in a powerful performance of stunning African artistry when Circus Der Sinne makes its U.S. Premiere from Dec. 6–Jan. 5 at The New Victory Theater. Featuring a diverse cast from different countries throughout the African continent, Mother Africa mixes modern circus arts with traditional African dance and music. Based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, the show features a cast of more than two dozen acrobats, musicians, and dancers who will fill the New Victory stage with breathtaking feats, exuberant afro-beats, and a swirl of colorful bazin and kitenge fabrics. Rare acts like the thrilling Icarian Games from Ethiopia, in which foot jugglers toss fellow acrobats into the air, join crowd favorites like a chair stack from Tanzania, and a contortionist from Kenya described as "the most flexible man in the world." A live band keeps the party going with every strike of the congos and strum of the mbira, while stilt dancers, gumboot steppers and a marvel of traditional masks showcase Africa's expressive dance culture. Rich in rhythm and robust in song, Mother Africa has earned rave reviews around the globe and has performed for nearly 1 million people worldwide since the show's debut in 2006. Mother Africahas a running time of 90 minutes including one intermission and is recommended for everyone ages five and older.

The Holiday Ride - The Ride
Through January 05, 2014 - New York

THE RIDE: Holiday Edition is back for a second year to share with friends and loved ones during New York City's favorite season. Together you will enjoy the exclusivity of gliding through Manhattan in THE RIDE's state-of-the-art sleigh, protected from the frenzied crowds and winter weather. Revel in the city's landmarks dazzling in their holiday finest. THE RIDE's repertory company of talented performers will continue to surprise and to delight you with their original, themed vignettes and music peppered throughout your journey.

Holiday Express Train Show - Fairfield Museum and History Center
Through January 05, 2014 - Fairfield

Kids and adults will delight in the magic of model trains winding around a winter wonderland of spectacular trees and beautiful holiday scenery. December 6-January 5, 2014.

'The Amazing Max and the Box of Interesting Things' - Manhattan Movement and Arts Center
Through January 05, 2014 - New York

The Amazing Max and The Box of Interesting Things is the wackiest, most interactive, highest energy magic show for families today. This show bursts with striking visual magic, comedy and loads of audience participation. Magician Max Darwin defies the laws of physics and performs miracles inches from spectator's faces.

'Frida's New York' by Felipe Galindo/Feggo - Word Up Community Bookshop and Arts Space.
Through January 05, 2014 - New York

"Frida's New York" features sequential artworks from Felipe Galindo/Feggo's project in progress, including drawings, storyboards and cartoons for the animation short of the same title, to be completed in 2014. These humorous works were inspired by Frida Kahlo's visits to New York in the 1930’s and 1940’s, by the popular aesthetics of the period, and by the intertwining of Mexican culture in contemporary New York. Using drawing, watercolor and digital collage, the artist creates imaginary narratives about Kahlo's life and the impact that New York City made on her art and life. About the artist: Felipe Galindo (Feggo) creates humorous art in a variety of media, including cartoons, illustrations, animation, fine art and public art. His drawings have appeared in the New Yorker, the New York Times, theInternational Herald Tribune, Newsday, the Wall Street Journal, Reader’s Digest, Nickelodeon, Mad Magazine, and others worldwide. Currently, his artwork “Magic Realism in Kingsbridge” is featured in the MTA’s Poetry in Motion posters in subway cars throughout the New York City. Galindo has held numerous individual exhibitions in the United States and abroad, and he is the creator of the celebrated project Manhatitlan, which includes works on paper, animations, and the book Manhatitlan, Mexican and American Cultures Intertwined (Pinto Books, 2010.) He is also the author of No Man Is a Desert Island – Cartoons by Felipe Galindo-Feggo (Pinto Books, 2012.)

Progressive Insurance New York Boat Show - Javits Center
Through January 05, 2014 - Hell's Kitchen

Kick off the New Year with a resolution to spend more time on the water. The world's first and longest running boat show welcomes thousands of visitors to the Javits Center in New York City for five days of summer dreaming and fun for the whole family. Lifelong boating enthusiasts and novices alike can shop, compare and find competitive deals on everything from luxury motor yachts and sport fishers to performance boats, sailboats, and thousands of marine accessories. Plus, attendees will have the chance to meet Captain Dave Carraro from National Geographic's Wicked Tuna, see swampmaster Jeff Quattrocchi catch an 8-foot, 200-pound alligator with his bare hands, get expert advice and skills training at the Show?s interactive boating workshops, and more!

Annual Christmas Tree and Neapolitan Baroque Creche - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Through January 06, 2014 - New York

The Museum continues a longstanding holiday tradition with the presentation of its Christmas tree, a favorite of New Yorkers and visitors from around the world. A vivid eighteenth-century Neapolitan Nativity scene?embellished with a profuse array of diminutive, lifelike attendant figures and silk-robed angels hovering above -- adorns the candlelit spruce. Recorded music and lighting ceremonies add to the enjoyment of the holiday display.

Gateway to Himalayan Art - The Rubin Museum
Through January 06, 2014 - New York

Marking the first in a series of yearly rotations, nearly twenty works of art add new dimensions and context

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