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Things to Do With Kids in Bronx on August 5

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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, August 5, 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 August 5. For even more free and low-cost upcoming events in Bronx, check out our complete calendar of events.

Summer Enrichment for Children Ages 3 - 5 - All About Kids
Through August 17, 2012 - Plainview

Summer Enrichment for children Ages 3-5. Fun filled 6 wk programs designed to build specific developmental skills.

Shabbat for Tots - Union Temple
Through December 28, 2012 - Brooklyn

Singing, dancing, and a little Hebrew for toddlers, preschoolers, and their adult guests. Led by Yoshie - kids' favorite!

Studio Sunday - Museum of Arts & Design
August 05, 2012 - Manhattan

Intergenerational workshops led by professional artist-educators, artists from the Open Studios Program, and visiting artists in the exhibitions.

The Dawn of Egyptian Art - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Through August 05, 2012 -

During the Predynastic and Early Dynastic Periods (ca. 4000-2650 B.C.), people living in the Nile Valley began recording their beliefs through paintings, sculptures, and reliefs made for their shrines and tombs. These works of art capture the evolving world view of these early Egyptians. Images of people, animals, and landscapes, some of which give rise to hieroglyphs, include forms and iconography that remained in use throughout the art of Pharaonic Egypt. This exhibition brings together some 175 objects gathered from the Metropolitan Museum's important collection of early art and from the collections of twelve other museums in the U.S. and Europe to illustrate the origins and early development of ancient Egyptian art.

Children's Activity Table - Queens Botanical Garden
August 05, 2012 - Flushing

Children will enjoy learning about plant life and other interesting topics as they are engaged in various hands-on projects.

Max Weber on Long Island - Heckscher Museum of Art
Through August 05, 2012 - Huntington

Max Weber, who lived on Long Island from 1920 until his death, was among the most influential American artists of the 20th century. Although celebrated today for introducing Cubism to America, he was better known during his lifetime (1881-1961) for his Cézanne-inspired works of the 1920s and 1930s and his later lyrical expressionism. This exhibition focuses on the land and its domestic and industrial structures at varying times of the year. April 28-August 5, 2012.

Mother-Daughter Yoga - Oh My Girls!
August 05, 2012 - Syosset

There is no better way to celebrate the bond between mother and daughter than to once again connect through the physical body. From sitting back-to-back during yogic breathing, to trying the fun and advanced poses, you and your daughter will feel a new level of closeness that brings a wonderful sense of peace and joy.

Revolutionary Ink: The Paintings of Wu Guanzhong - Asia Society and Museum
Through August 05, 2012 - New York

Wu Guanzhong (1919-2010) stands as one of the most important artists of 20th-century China. He was highly prolific both in oil and ink painting and is well known for his eloquent writings on art and creativity. For this exhibition, over 50 paintings spanning the mid-1970s to 2004 have been selected that focus on his best works in the medium of ink. Revolutionary Ink: The Paintings of Wu Guanzhong is organized by Asia Society in collaboration with the Shanghai Art Museum, to which the artist gave many of his works. The exhibition traces the development of Wu's work, and emphasizes his radical individual approach to the medium of ink painting and how it went against the trend at a time when most artists were looking to Western art as a model. The inclusion of a Chinese hanging scroll painting from the 15th century illustrates the long tradition of ink painting in China. The exhibition shows Wu's legacy as a modern master who pushes the boundaries of our understanding of how a traditional medium of ink can be made new for a new century. The exhibition is curated by Melissa Chiu of Asia Society and Lu Huan of Shanghai Art Museum. It is accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue, with an essay by leading Chinese and American scholars as well as essays by the artist translated for the first time into English. Revolutionary Ink: The Paintings of Wu Guanzhong is organized by Asia Society Museum and the Shanghai Art Museum, one of China's leading cultural institutions. The museum has been the main venue of the international Shanghai Biennale exhibition since 1996 and draws global attention to a city that has become one of the country's most important art centers.

5th Annual Gospel Explosion 2012 - Hezekiah Walker and Friends / Vashawn Mitchell / Le'Andria Johnson / James Fortune & F.I.Y.A. - SummerStage
August 05, 2012 -

For over 25 years, Bishop Hezekiah Walker and the Love Fellowship Crusade Choir have spread the Gospel of Jesus to a variety of audiences, changing the lives of many around the world. They have performed and recorded with several major secular artists, including Celine Dion, Ray Charles, Brian McKnight, Justin Timberlake, Enrique Iglesias, Brandy and Baby Face to name a few. Walker and the Love Fellowship Crusade Choir have received numerous Grammy nominations for their fifteen critically acclaimed albums, including their wins for Live in Atlanta at Morehouse College and for Love is Live. With their nomination for the NAACP Image Award for Best Gospel Artist, Walker and the Love Fellowship Crusade Choir have further cemented themselves as a power player in the Gospel music world.

NYC Audubon Summer EcoCruise - Hoffman/Swinburne - Circle Line Downtown
August 05, 2012 - New York

See some of the 3,000 gorgeous herons that fly from the South to nest on small islands in New York Harbor. Hosted by Audubon naturalists, this 90-minute cruise will take you "up close and personal" to see these majestic birds. Cruise under famous city bridges and past renowned monuments, take in views of the city's skyline and get to know some of its lesser-known aviary residents. You'll learn about the ecology of the harbor and understand why the harbor islands have become home to thousands of birds in the last few decades. Our fleet of vessels are community-conscious with low-emission engines, low-wake hulls and hospital-grade mufflers that honor our New York waterways. 7-8:30pm. Adults: $35; Children (3-12yrs): $25.

Indian Heritage Celebration - Kensico Dam Plaza
August 05, 2012 - Valhalla

Enjoy ethnic food, dance, music, and entertainment.

Summer Tours: The 1750 Ogden House - Ogden House
August 05, 2012 - Fairfield

Enjoy docent-led tours of the 1750 Ogden House and see how people lived in the 18th century.

Gospel According to Caramoor - Concert Al Fresco - Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts
August 05, 2012 - Katonah

The whole family will enjoy the sounds of the concert from the picnic lawns with joyous music by the Harlem Gospel Choir and The Lee Boys. The Choir bring their message of love, hope, and unity to every inspired performance. The Lee Boys are one of the finest African-American sacred steel ensembles - a unique form of Gospel music noted for its hard-driving, blues-base beat featuring guitar, bass, drums, and pedal steel guitar.

Magic Sundays - Hudson River Museum
August 05, 2012 - Yonkers

It's no trick! During the Gilded Age Magic exhibition, enjoy real magic on the Museum's Magic Stage, alive with rope, card, and balloon tricks, performed by the Yonkers Society of American Magicians' Assembly 194.

Meet the Signal Tower Operator - New York Transit Museum
August 05, 2012 - Brooklyn Heights

Step back in time to learn about subway operations with a costumed storyteller in the Museum's Court Street station's Signal Tower. Signal Tower Operator Paula will be "on duty" to talk about a day's work in the 1940s. She'll also teach a thing or two about the importance of signals.

Coast Guard Appreciation Day - Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
August 05, 2012 - New York

Join Intrepid as we celebrate the United States Coast Guard. Spend the day at Intrepid's Pier 86 and enjoy demonstrations, special performances and hands-on displays. Members of the US Coast Guard will be on hand to educate museum visitors about how the Coast Guard protects NYC and their motto Semper Paratus, "Always Ready ."

Family Sundays at the Museum - Nassau County Museum of Art
August 05, 2012 - Roslyn Harbor

Each Sunday, the museum offers supervised art activities for youngsters and the adults in their lives---family gallery talks on the exhibitions following by a hands-on art activity to create personal responses to the works on view in the exhibitions. Be sure to ask for the family-friendly gallery guides. Reservations are not needed.

Messy Afternoons - Long Island Children's Museum
August 05, 2012 - Garden City

Tots will be up to their elbows in goo, shaving cream, and Play Doh in this class full of artistic activities that makes being messy lots of fun. The session offers a variety of sensory activities for children ages 18 months to 4 years.

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat - Summer Theatre Festival at Waveny Park
August 05, 2012 - New Canaan

This Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice musical is based on the Biblical story of Joseph and his coat of many colors. Joseph is the favorite son of Jacob, but his siblings resent the attention Jacob showers upon him and sell him into slavery. Visit the website for tickets.

Pinkalicious the Musical - Summer Theatre Festival at Waveny Park
August 05, 2012 - New Canaan

When Pinkalicious Pinkerton eats one too many pink cupcakes, she catches a serious case of “Pinkititis” and turns pink from head to toe. Will her broccoli-eating brother be able to help cure her before it’s too late? Find out in this colorful, 70-minute adventure based on the popular book by Elizabeth and Victoria Kann. Visit the website for tickets.

Science Sundays: Secrets of the Forest - Sands Point Preserve
August 05, 2012 - Sands Point

Take a cool walk through a shady forest in search of wildlife. Search for clues into bird behavior which will tell us if the summer season is soon to be over – and, more importantly, if fall bird migration has started yet. Be one of the first to know the secrets of the forest.

Dora's Pirate Adventure - Smithtown Center for the Performing Arts
August 05, 2012 - Smithtown

In this highly interactive musical, Dora and friends embark on a trip to Treasure Island. The audience helps them navigate over Dancing Mountain, through Silly Singing Bridge and to confront the Pirate Piggies. The audience use their map-reading, counting, musical and language skills to help Dora reach the treasure.

Tales of Neverland: The Adventures of Peter and Wendy - Arena Players Repertory Theater at Vanderbilt Carriage House
August 05, 2012 - Centerport

Wendy, John and Peter try to rescue Tinkerbell from the clutches of wicked Captain Hook and his bumbling sidekick, Stinky. Members of the audience help Peter search through the swampy waters of Crocodile Creek, build a bridge for Wendy to escape, cheer for their favorite hero during the rousing sword fight and dance a rain dance with Tiger Lily.

Pow Wow - Bear Mountain State Park
August 05, 2012 - Bear Mountain

The Redhawk Native American Arts Council hosts four of the largest Native American Pow Wows in New York and New Jersey. These annual events feature Native American food, music, dance, crafts, art, story telling, and more. Rain or shine.

Deftones - Jones Beach
August 05, 2012 - Wantagh

System of a Down / Deftones Doors 6:00 pm

BDC Summer Intern Showcase 2012 - Symphony Space
August 05, 2012 -

Join the graduates of Broadway Dance Center's 2012 Summer Intern Program in the culmination of their course as they present faculty work and their own choreography, as well as special guest appearances and awards. Sun, Aug 5 at 4:30 pm and 8 pm Peter Jay Sharp Theatre at Symphony Space $20; Day of Show $22 http://www.symphonyspace.org/event/7407-bdc-summer-intern-showcase-2012

Revolutionary Ink: The Paintings of Wu Guanzhong - Asia Society and Museum
Through August 05, 2012 - New York

Wu Guanzhong (1919–2010) stands as one of the most important artists of twentieth-century China. Born in Jiangsu Province, Wu studied art at the National Academy of Art in Hangzhou (today's China Academy of Art) and, from 1947, in Paris at the École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts. He returned to China after three years and taught at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing. His works were condemned before and during the Cultural Revolution because his oil paintings did not comply with the political interests of the time. In spite of this he continued to paint and emerged as a national cultural figure whose works came to be celebrated inside and outside China. He is also well known for his eloquent writings on art and creativity that sometimes led to controversies and spawned heated debates among Chinese artists and intellectuals. Wu Guanzhong created works that embody many of the major shifts and tensions in twentieth-century Chinese art—raising questions around individualism, formalism, and the relationship between modernism and cultural traditions. With a career spanning over sixty years, the selection of paintings in this exhibition focuses on some of his best works in the medium of ink and spans the decades from the mid-1970s to 2004. It is notable that Wu began to work more extensively in ink in the 1970s in his mid-career—turning to a traditional medium at a time when most artists looked to western art for inspiration. The exhibition traces the development of Wu's work during this period with a thematic focus illuminating the rich historical legacy of ink painting in China, and also representing his radical individual style steeped in his strong belief in formalist principles. Wu pushed the boundaries of our understanding of how a traditional medium of ink can be made new for a new century.

Revolutionary Ink: The Paintings of Wu Guanzhong - Asia Society and Museum
Through August 05, 2012 - New York

Wu Guanzhong (1919–2010) stands as one of the most important artists of twentieth-century China. Born in Jiangsu Province, Wu studied art at the National Academy of Art in Hangzhou (today's China Academy of Art) and, from 1947, in Paris at the École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts. He returned to China after three years and taught at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing. His works were condemned before and during the Cultural Revolution because his oil paintings did not comply with the political interests of the time. In spite of this he continued to paint and emerged as a national cultural figure whose works came to be celebrated inside and outside China. He is also well known for his eloquent writings on art and creativity that sometimes led to controversies and spawned heated debates among Chinese artists and intellectuals. Wu Guanzhong created works that embody many of the major shifts and tensions in twentieth-century Chinese art—raising questions around individualism, formalism, and the relationship between modernism and cultural traditions. With a career spanning over sixty years, the selection of paintings in this exhibition focuses on some of his best works in the medium of ink and spans the decades from the mid-1970s to 2004. It is notable that Wu began to work more extensively in ink in the 1970s in his mid-career—turning to a traditional medium at a time when most artists looked to western art for inspiration. The exhibition traces the development of Wu's work during this period with a thematic focus illuminating the rich historical legacy of ink painting in China, and also representing his radical individual style steeped in his strong belief in formalist principles. Wu pushed the boundaries of our understanding of how a traditional medium of ink can be made new for a new century.

stillspotting nyc: staten island - Off-site
Through August 05, 2012 - New York

stillspotting nyc: staten island July 14–15, July 21–22, July 28–29, and August 4–5, 2012, 12-5pm For the Guggenheim Museum’s off-site architecture and urban studies exhibition stillspotting nyc: staten island, sound artist Justin Bennett and poet Matthea Harvey present Telettrofono, an audio walking tour that braids history with fantasy along and around the waterfront. In a 90-minute soundwalk beginning at a stillspotting nyc kiosk located at the Staten Island Ferry Terminal in St. George, visitors will discover the true story of Antonio Meucci, the unacknowledged inventor of the first telephone (1871), and the hidden story of Meucci’s wife Esterre, who was rumored to be a mermaid who left the water for land due to her love for sound. Admission: $12, $10 members, free children 12 and under. Advance registration strongly recommended. Website: http://stillspotting.guggenheim.org/

Let My People Go! The Soviet Jewry Movement, 1967-1989 - Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust
Through August 05, 2012 - New York

This exhibition tells the story of Jews in the former Soviet Union who wanted to emigrate but were denied permission to leave. Visitors will learn about their efforts to maintain a Jewish identity, their struggles with Soviet authorities, and the worldwide support they received. This traveling exhibition is organized and circulated by the State of Israel�Ministry of Public Diplomacy and Diaspora Affairs and Beit Hatfutsot, the Museum of the Jewish People, Tel Aviv. It is part of the original exhibition Jews of Struggle: The Jewish National Movement in the USSR, 1967�1989, curated by Beit Hatfutsot in 2007. It was initiated by the Remember and Save Association and its director Aba Taratuta. The exhibition has been adapted for American audiences in cooperation with the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust.

Guided Nature Walk - Tenafly Nature Center
August 05, 2012 - Tenafly

Enjoy the season with a guided walk along one of the nature center's trails with an Environmental Educator. In case of inclement weather the program will cancelled. Children must be accompanied by an adult. No strollers.

National Circus Project - Long Island Children's Museum
August 05, 2012 - Garden City

The National Circus Project is back and they�re bringing some of their best acts. Sit back and enjoy their hysterical acts, then join in the fun and learn all the tricks of the trade. The whole family will enjoy this show.

How To Train Your Dragon - Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
August 05, 2012 - Uniondale

"THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED"

International Concert-Irish American Night - Lakeside Theatre, Eisenhower Park
August 05, 2012 - East Meadow

Residents are given the opportunity to experience the broad range of cultures that Nassau County has to offer through an International Concert Series sponsored by Canon USA Inc.

Morning Bird Walk: Early Migrants - Prospect Park Audubon Center
August 05, 2012 - Flatbush

Join the Brooklyn Bird Club in search of the early migrants along the Park's waterways and in the Woodland.

Craft for Kids - The Cupcake Corner
August 05, 2012 - Garden City

Bring kids to this bakery/cafe for a free craft every Saturday and Sunday. Craft takes anywhere between 15-45 minutes depending on the age of the child. Different crafts each week. No reservations needed.

Historic Old Time Baseball -1864 Rules - Old Bethpage Village Restoration
August 05, 2012 - Old Bethpage

Take them out to the ballgame. Summer was a time when Long Island farmers, tradesmen, and shopkeepers would spend leisurely afternoons playing the young and emerging "American Game" - Baseball. Today, Long Island Vintage Baseball Clubs turn out each Sunday at Old Bethpage Village Restoration to play 19th-century-rules baseball in the uniforms, style, and rules of the 1860s. The games run through September 30, 2012.

Showtiques Craft Fair - Massapequa Park Street Fair
August 05, 2012 - Massapequa Park

The Massapequa Park Street Fair has been a tradition for over 30 years. The festival provides several different attractions and activities making it a fun-filled weekend for the entire family. Vendors of arts, crafts, antiques, collectibles and much more on site.

The Doodlebops and Caillou - The Theatre at Westbury
August 05, 2012 - Westbury

The kids' band Doodlebops sing your favorite songs, tell wacky jokes and show off their funkiest dance moves. Caillou and friends are not to be outdone and they offer sing-along songs which will delight everyone.

The Ponzi Scheme - Theatre Row (Studio Theatre)
Through August 05, 2012 - New York

The Ponzi Scheme is a biographical one-person-show on the life of Italian born swindler Charles Ponzi (1882-1949), inventor of the notorious Ponzi Scheme.

First Sunday at the Seaside Center: Turtles of Long Island Sound - Arden Cottage - Seaside Center
August 05, 2012 - Greenwich

Learn about the sea turtles and diamondback terrapins that are found in the Long Island Sound. Visitors will be able to observe turtle specimens and artifacts, participate in a sustainable art project, view footage of these magnificent reptiles, and more. A Greenwich beach pass is required for entry to the Park. See the Town of Greenwich website for entry information. For more information, call Peter Linderoth at 203-413-6742 or email plinderoth@brucemuseum.org. August 5, 1:30-4:00 pm.

TROVE @ the Movies: 'Happy Feet 2' - White Plains Public Library
August 05, 2012 - White Plains

Mumble is back, and everybody's favorite tap-dancing penguin now has a son named Erik. Mumble was born to dance, but Erik just isn't feeling the beat. Erik will definitely find his own groove before the adventure is over. Rated PG (some rude humor and mild peril), 99 mins.

Basic Canoeing - Clove Lakes Park
August 05, 2012 - Staten Island

Canoers of all skill levels, ages 8 and older, paddle around Clove Lakes Parks lakes and waterways.

Art & Science Sundays - Hunting for Oxygen - The Science Barge
August 05, 2012 - Yonkers

From plants to people to water, we need oxygen. Oxygen is a byproduct of photosynthesis and is part of the changing of the primordial atmosphere. There was little oxygen in the atmosphere 2.5 billion years ago, prior to the evolution of cyanobacteria. Kids ages 4-10 learn more about this fascinating molecule and its irreplaceable relationship with water.

Movies for Kids (and their Families) - 'Ghostbusters' - Jacob Burns Film Center
August 05, 2012 - Pleasantville

Who you gonna call if you're looking for some spectral fun? Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, and Harold Ramis play three eccentric scientists who start a ghost-catching business in New York City. Oscar nominated and studded with Murray's signature deadpan wisecracks, this digitally remastered movie is as spooky and goofy as ever. Rated PG. 1984. 105 min. Note: some younger kids may find the film a bit too scary.

Animals Incognito - Teatown Lake Reservation
August 05, 2012 - Ossining

Camouflage plays an important role in nature, and for some animals it is their best defense against predators. Meet some of Teatown's most elusive critters, then take a short hike outside and play a cryptic game! Call x110 to make a reservation.

Canine Ice Cream Social - Rockaway Beach
August 05, 2012 - Rockaway Beach

Music, games and dog-friendly ice cream treats and more. Free or low-cost spray and neutering will also be available(limited).

Family Art Project: Spray a Garden - Wave Hill
August 05, 2012 - Bronx

Create a summer garden painting without using brushes. Combine mists of watercolor, and blossoms fashioned from color-soaked coffee filters, into a blooming vision.

Sunday Concerts at Central: Steel Sensation - Central Library of Queens
August 05, 2012 - Jamaica

Families can enjoy an eclectic mix of calypso, reggae, and jazz, in a performance by this Queens-based Trinidadian steel pan band.

Gospel Brunch - B.B. King Blues Club & Grill
August 05, 2012 -

EVERY SUNDAY AFTERNOON, join us for GOSPEL BRUNCH THE WORLD FAMOUS HARLEM GOSPEL CHOIR Get your dose of the Holy Ghost! Ticket includes All-You-Can-Eat-Buffet, Show, Tax and Tip Doors: 12:30pm Show: 1:30pm $40 adv, $42.50 door Every Sunday, for the past 9 years, the world famous HARLEM GOSPEL CHOIR has brought their experience of Harlem & the Black Church to BB King's in a foot-stomping, hand-clapping, joyous gospel brunch-buffet show. The homestyle "all you can eat" southern buffet is guaranteed to fill the hole in your soul, and the Choir's joyous performance will have you dancing on the stage.

Groove Buffet - B.B. King Blues Club & Grill
August 05, 2012 -

Founded solely on passion for the music, Groove Buffet has become one of the best classic R&B, Motown, and soul acts on the East Coast. The band captures the true spirit of what this music is all about, motivating people to get up and dance to each and every song it performs. Paying homage to soul legends, Groove Buffet has an extensive song library from which it crafts each show's set list, providing an entire night of material featuring the sounds of Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding, Al Green, Gladys Knight, Marvin Gaye, James Brown, Tina Turner, Wilson Pickett, and many more.

THE GIPSY KINGS - B.B. King Blues Club & Grill
August 05, 2012 - New York

The Gipsy Kings consist of two bands of brothers: the Reyes (Nicolas, Canut, Paul, Patchai, Andre) and the Baliardos (Tonino, Paco, Diego). The Reyes and Baliardo boys were the offspring of Spanish gypsy families that had fled into France to escape Spain's Civil War. They grew up roaming the south of France, working harvests and making music. Today the Gipsy Kings still live with their families in the south of France. Life may have changed for them - they no longer busk on streets or pick crops when times are hard or travel in caravans - but still, at heart, they remain Gypsies, the proud descendants of an ancient people who seduced the world with music and dance. On Pasajero, the Gipsy Kings continue their epic musical journey.

Operation Hope - Tag Sale - First Church Congregational of Fairfield
Through August 05, 2012 - Fairfield

Shop for furniture, household goods, costume jewelry, pictures/paintings, linens, gaming systems, toys, outdoor/sporting goods and more. Donations accepted as well. Proceeds from the sale benefit Operation Hope. See their website for donation details, drop off times and location. Tag sale volunteers may contact Donna at dschmidt@operationhopect.org

Summer Sunday Evening Concerts? Katie Wilson and the Two Time String Band - Bartlett Arboretum
August 05, 2012 - Stamford

Katie Wilson and the Two Time String Band are a modern bluegrass band based out of southern Connecticut. Winners of the 2010 Podunk Bluegrass Festival Band Competition, they perform regularly in the Northeast in an all-acoustic format. Their show features original compositions and choice covers in a strong, vocal-driven format.

Maker Weekend - New York Hall of Science
August 05, 2012 - Flushing

Tinker, design, and create at this workshop featuring DIY projects, design-based challenges, cool tools, local makers, and activities for the entire family.

CT Free Shakespeare Presents Romeo and Juliet - American Shakespeare Festival Theater Grounds
August 05, 2012 - Stratford

Bring blankets and lawn chairs and enjoy an outdoor performance of Romeo and Juliet with a 21st century sensibility. This production, crafted by Ellen Lieberman, is at once understandable, entertaining, vibrant and moving.A strolling Renaissance harpist or flutist entertains early guests. Rain cancels the performance.

Next Stop: Stories That Make Us Go! - New York Transit Museum
August 05, 2012 - Brooklyn Heights

Join us for a drop-in program of reading, activities, games, and art inspired by a few of our favorite characters from transportation books.

Earthworks: Hello Hummingbirds! - Brooklyn Children's Museum
August 05, 2012 - Crown Heights

Children 4 and older will learn how a hummingbird hovers, marvel at their tiny nests, and build a working hummingbird feeder to take home!

Blooming Babies: Keep it Cool - Brooklyn Children's Museum
August 05, 2012 - Crown Heights

Toddlers, age 18 months-2.5 years, learn how animals around the world keep cool in hot weather. They will encounter real animal from the Museum's live animal collection and decorate a t-shirt to keep them cool during summer.

Up 4 Art - Staten Island Children's Museum
August 05, 2012 - Staten Island

Make decorated tin-art lanterns.

Sunday Family Bingo Night - The Moxie Spot
August 05, 2012 - Brooklyn Heights

Small prizes for the winners. Break out some of Moxie Spot's board games, too.

Open Studio - Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
August 05, 2012 - Upper East Side

Visitors will be able to stop by the Sackler Center's Studio Art Lab and create an abstract work of art inspired by the exhibition Art of Another Kind: International Abstraction and the Guggenheim, 1949-1960. For families with children ages 5-10.

Cooper-Hewitt Drop-In Family Program: Tessellations - Governors Island
Through August 05, 2012 - New York

KIds, 5 and older, reate patterns and watch as they fit together like a jigsaw puzzle, becoming elaborate illustrations. Learn different techniques of tessellations and create your own unique designs.

Shakespeare In The Park -Hamlet - Socrates Sculpture Park
August 05, 2012 - Long Island City

This family-friendly production presented by the Hip to Hip Theatre Company, is for lovers of Shakespeare and for those experiencing Shakespeare for the first time. In this revenge tragedy, a young prince is haunted by his murdered father's ghost and driven to edge of madness as he grapples to answer the question: to be King, or not to be King. Bring a blanket or low chair and picnic fare.

Master's Series - Children's Museum of the Arts
August 05, 2012 - West Village

Create your own masterpiece. Work with CMA Teaching Artists to explore classical themes and techniques used by some of the masters.

Tiny Creatures - Children's Museum of the Arts
August 05, 2012 - West Village

Sculpt your own creatures in the Clay Bar.

Sunday Story Hour - DiMenna Children's History Museum at New-York Historical Society
August 05, 2012 - Upper West Side

From the seventeenth century to the twenty-first, through fiction and through fact, hear tales of NYC and the people who made it great. Go online for a schedule of stories and storytellers.

23rd Annual Einstein Hamptons Family Day - The Ross School
August 05, 2012 - Bridgehampton

This western-themed fundraising event offers visitors pony rides, carnival games, face painting, tug of war and more. This year, actress and singer Elizabeth Gillies of Nickelodeon's award-winning series "Victorious" will perform and participate in a meet-and-greet with guests. The New York Knicks Groove Truck, led by former Knick Larry Johnson, will hold basketball demonstrations and games. Contributions to the event will help advance cutting-edge research aimed at discovering treatments and potential cures for ovarian, uterine, cervical and breast cancers. Tickets can be purchased at: einstein.yu.edu/special-events/family-day/index.asp.

NYChessKids P.S. 116 Chess Tournament - P.S. 116 Mary Lindley Murray School
August 05, 2012 - Murray Hill

Join NYChessKids P.S. 116 Chess Tournament. Beginner children are always welcome as there is no score section. Go online for more information.

Fort FringeJR - FringeCentral
August 05, 2012 - East Village

The New York International Fringe Festival (FringeNYC), the largest multi-arts festival in North America, will present the 16th Annual Festival Aug. 10-26. FringeJR is the kids and family-friendly portion of the festival. Get a sampling of shows for free, meet the actors, and participate in activities such as face painting, theater games, and crafts at Fort FringeJR.

Legally Blonde The Musical - BayWay Arts Center
August 05, 2012 - East Islip

Elle Woods is the homecoming queen who doesn't take no for an answer. So when her boyfriend dumps her for someone 'serious', Elle puts down the credit cards, hits the books, and heads for Harvard Law School.

RAPUNZEL - A Tangled Fairytale - John W. Engeman Theater
August 05, 2012 - Northport

The tangled cast of 4 actors performs all 12 roles including a possessive mother who happens to be a witch, a timid young man who happens to be a prince and a determined but immature young girl with the longest hair you've ever seen.

Zoppe - An Italian Family Circus - Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center
Through August 05, 2012 - Westhampton Beach

This one ring circus tent stars Nino the clown and features acrobatic feats, equestrian showmanship, canine capers, clowning and plenty of audience participation.

Bjork's 'Biophilia' Multimedia Workshops - Children's Museum of Manhattan
August 05, 2012 - Upper West Side

Children and families explore Bjork's "Biophilia" apps through CMOM's unique musical experiences, hands-on science experiments, and dance.

Rockland Boulders v.s. Kansas City - Provident Bank Park
August 05, 2012 - Pomona

The first 1,000 fans in attendance will get a Boulder Bird Bobblehead, courtesy of DEC Office Solutions. It is also Cancer Awareness Day at Provident Bank Park as the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Light the Night kickoff starts at 2pm. The American Cancer Society will also have a mini Relay 4 Life before the game.

Rockland Boulders v.s. Kansas City - Provident Bank Park
August 05, 2012 - Pomona

The first 1,000 fans in attendance will get a Boulder Bird Bobblehead, courtesy of DEC Office Solutions. It is also Cancer Awareness Day at Provident Bank Park as the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Light the Night kickoff starts at 2pm. The American Cancer Society will also have a mini Relay 4 Life before the game.

'Seussical, Jr.' presented by Random Farms Kids' Theater - Tarrytown Music Hall
August 05, 2012 - Tarrytown

A musical based on the stories of Dr. Seuss, Seussical follows Horton the Elephant, The Cat in the Hat, and other favorite characters as they romp through the imaginative and creative landscape of Dr. Seuss's children's books. The production is made up of over 100 young people who are divided into four casts. They come from throughout the tri-state area and have a wealth of theater, film, and television experience.

River Explorers: Color in Nature - Beczak Environmental Education Center
August 05, 2012 - Yonkers

Discover the importance of color throughout nature, and how plants and animals use it for survival. Ages 5-12. Registration required at weekends@beczak.org or call 914-377-1900 x13.

Free Rooftop BBQ Brunch on Sundays at Ava Dream Hotel - Ava Dream Hotel
August 05, 2012 - New York

On Sunday August 5th - Join us at our new weekly Free BBQ brunch party with different guests DJs every week. From 3pm to 11pm. Elusive, beautiful, and exotic-these words all describe the late movie star Ava Gardner, our namesake for the AVA Lounge. Styled with 1950s retro and French Riviera touches, AVA Lounge mirrors the actress's dreamy allure and stunning sex appeal with the best panoramic views of any rooftop bars in Manhattan-gaze out at the rolling Hudson River, the lights of Times Square, and New York City's famous skyline. Settle into our New York City rooftop bar with in a bench seat on our seasonal terrace, custom cocktail in hand. AVA Lounge Brunch is the perfect place to enjoy and unwind after a long weekend exploring New York's finest attractions or closing that big business deal. You'll feel like a star, 14 floors closer to heaven. For Free entry with no wait in line email rsvp@nycprive.com or text 3476879350 - we are also taking reservations for large groups and parties. Dress to impress and come celebrate Sunday BBQ Brunch in style at Ava Rooftop

Legally Blonde - The Musical - White Plains Performing Arts Center
August 05, 2012 - White Plains

Elle Woods is the homecoming queen who doesn't take no for an answer. So when her boyfriend dumps her for someone 'serious,' Elle puts down the credit cards, hits the books, and heads for Harvard Law School. Presented by Harrison Summer Theatre and WPPAC. Through August 5.

St. Gregory's Theatre Group presents Big-The Musical - Gregorian Hall
August 05, 2012 - Bellerose

This witty story features a frustrated adolescent boy who wishes he were "big" and wakes up the next morning as a 30-year-old man. Follow this hilarious musical as the boy discovers there's more to adulthood than meets the eye. Reserve tickets at 718-989-2451 or tickets@sgtg.org. There is a $2 surcharge for unreserved tickets.

9 Scripts from a Nation at War - Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Through August 06, 2012 - Midtown

9 Scripts from a Nation at War (2007), a 10-channel video installation recently acquired by MoMA, marks the first work for which artists Andrea Geyer, Sharon Hayes, Ashley Hunt, Katya Sander, and David Thorne have collaborated. The work responds to knowledge production and communication in the context of the Iraq war since the initial invasion by U.S. military forces in March 2003. The 10 videos comprising the large-scale, spatial installation cast inquiry into the position of the individual amidst roles constructed by war. Each video stages the speaking of a script from the following perspectives: citizen, blogger, correspondent, veteran, student, actor, interviewer, lawyer, detainee, and source. The scripts are enacted by both actors and non-actors, some speaking their own words, some reciting the words of others. Displayed as projections and seated viewing stations in a circuitous, non-narrative structure, the performative videos create a charged environment questioning the implications of war on individual and collective subjectivity.

The Zombies special guests The Left-Banke @ Highline Ballroom - Highland Ballroom
Through August 06, 2012 - New York

Sunday & Monday August 5 & 6, 2012. One of the greatest British Rock Bands to come out of the 1960s. THE ZOMBIES. Odyssey And Oracle was named #100 Best Rock Album of All Time in the Rolling Stone Top 500. Million Selling worldwide influenial hits include Time Of The Season, Shes Not There, Tell Her No, Hold Your Head Up, God Gave Rock N Roll To You, I Love You, I Want Her She Wants Me,The Way I Feel Inside, This Will Be Our Year, etc Get ready for magic. The Zombies are one of the best live bands you will ever see. Special Guests THE LEFT-BANKE Legendary American 1960s band with hit million sellers "Walk Away Reene" & "Pretty Ballerina".

FREE ENTRY at HUDSON TERRACE on European Nightlife's guestlist - Hudson Terrace
Through August 07, 2012 - New York City

Looking for a nightclub in New York, una discoteca in Nueva York, une discotheque a New York or un locale in New York? and having fun? European Nightlife offers free nightclub passes and Guest lists to Enjoy the NYC Nightlife at no cost or reduced cost! Our Current nightclubs: Tuesday: Tenjune Wednesdays: Veranda Thursdays: Empire Hotel after work | Hudson Terrace after work (bi-weekly) Friday: Skyroom | Tenjune Saturday: Marquee | Hudson Terrace | Boat Party Sunday: Brunch Party at Ava Lounge | Boat Party Bottle services and Limo tours available from $160! Note: Our parties change on a regular basis, check our updated calendar at: http://www.europeanightlife.com HOW TO BE PLACED ON THE GUESTLIST AND GET FREE ENTRANCE: To be placed on the guestlist and get a free pass you MUST RSVP in advance - Fill out our Rsvp form at www.europeanightlife.com - or by text at 917 995 2946 You will receive the instructions to enter with us avoiding the cover charge & line. Our coordinators will personally walk you in the club! Club Policies: *Groups: Please have equal ratio girls/guys *Dress code strict: Dresses/high heels for ladies Nice jeans/collared shirt/leather shoes for gentlemen *Any individual arriving to the venue visibly intoxicated will not be permitted entry Our website: http://www.europeanightlife.com Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/europeanightlifenewyork Follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/EuropeanightliF

Amsterdam Whitney Gallery JULY 12-AUGUST 8, 2012 Exhibition - Amsterdam Whitney Gallery
Through August 08, 2012 - New York City

AMSTERDAM WHITNEY GALLERY, 511 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York City, is proud to showcase in its JULY 12 – AUGUST 8, 2012 exhibition leading Contemporary Master Artists whose work explores the abstract, figurative and natural worlds, exalting the realm of the aesthetic through brilliant coloration and dazzling form. This special, "Stars & Stripes Forever" exhibition offers an enchanted and magical tribute to the arts which will dazzle the senses of both art acquisitiors and art aficionados alike with its incandescent renewal and sparkling regeneration of the visual realm. Pulsating with dynamic synergy and artistic creativity, these artists' sophisticated, eclectic and often joyful representations of the world shine the spotlight on a unique, universal artistic language. INNER and OUTER HORIZONS RITA KLEIN ADRIENNE KYROS BEAU VAN ZYL EXPLORATIONS to FANTASIA JACK JASPER TIMOTHY RAND ELENA SIRTORI ARTiculation of the ABSTRACT MOHAMMED BAHRAWI OPTIMUM EXALTATIONS MIREILLE BEAUFREMEZ DARKO CUGLIEVAN JOON HEE LEE

Summer in the Square - Union Square Park
Through August 09, 2012 - Union Square

Summer in the Square is Union Square Partnership's free weekly entertainment and programming series. Running every Thursday from June 14 - August 9 in Union Square Park, the series offers a vibrant mixture of activities for everybody. This season, the popular physical fitness series Fitness in the Square is back, starting with intensive boot camp by Brooklyn Bridge Boot Camp at 7am, followed by two new special fitness classes at 8am and 9am from Clay Fitness and Mommy and Me Yoga classes in the playground at 10am, hosted by Bija Kids. Children's programming begins at 12pm and includes family-focused, music, dancing, and activities. Finally, each Thursday will close with free salsa, zumba, and hip hop classes at 6pm by Peridance Capezio Center. With such a wonderful, wide range of programs, Summer in the Square has something fun for everyone.  So leave your Thursdays open this summer!

Faculty and Student Showcase - Pelham Art Center
Through August 10, 2012 - Pelham

An annual exhibit featuring selected artworks in a variety of mediums by the Art Center's teachers and students. On view through August 10. A free art workshop for all ages will be offered during the opening reception, Friday, July 13, 6:30-8pm.

Family Favorite Chris Rowlands LIVE - Beardsley Zoo
Through August 10, 2012 - Bridgeport

Rowlands brings animals to life through kid-friendly songs, dance, puppets, and colorful props and blends music, comedy, and education to create fast paced, interactive shows that teach and inspire young people. Children are invited to wear fun hats and sing along with Rowlands on stage as he shares his self- penned songs about animals and their environment.

Solitude in New York City - Philippine Center
Through August 10, 2012 - New York

An HDR photography exhibit by Virgelio Carpio. Opening reception: July 30, 2012 @ 6:30pm Philippine Center 556 Fifth Avenue bet. 45th & 46th Streets New York, NY 10036 (212)575-4774

Pilobolus - Joyce Theater
Through August 11, 2012 -

A fungus that grew into an international dance phenomenon, Pilobolus performs a season full of "stunning physical feats and visual surprises, a peek or two into the crannies of the heart, and lots of humor, both awful and sublime." (The New York Times). Highlights include premieres created in collaboration with Michael Moschen and Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, two artists whose work takes the very definition of dance to new frontiers. The collaboration with physicist, juggler, dancer Moschen unites the underlying spirit of Pilobolus's work--support, humanity, connection—with an artist similarly fascinated with the emotional and physical properties governing human interaction. And the collaboration with Cherkaoui, a "bright young star of contemporary European dance," (Los Angeles Times), equally promises to defy the established boundaries of visual and kinetic artistry. Sandwiched in between are audience favorites gleaned from Pilobolus' repertory, a bag of tricks embracing forty-one years of fun.

Fish Tales Around Westchester - ArtsWestchester
Through August 11, 2012 - White Plains

Featuring 18 artists, "Fish Tales Around Westchester" transforms ArtsWestchester's gallery into a stimulating fantasy sea environment where guests, including children, are encouraged to participate in art-making and role-playing workshops. The exhibition will help guests to explore the Hudson River's abundant past and better understand mankind's impact on its future. Through August 11.

Teen Summer Reading Program - Wilton Library
Through August 11, 2012 - Wilton

Teens entering grades 7 through 12 can sign up for the summer reading program. Each week, kids can come in, record their books they have read and enter their names into a weekly raffle. Kids can fill in more information to get a 2nd raffle ticket. Kids participating in 4 of the 7 weeks are eligible for the grand prize. Check out upcoming events in July and August on the website.

P.S. Art 2012 - Celebrating the Creative Spirit of New York City Kids - Metropolitan Museum of Art
Through August 11, 2012 -

This year marks the tenth anniversary of P.S. Art, an annual juried exhibition of talented young artists from New York City's public schools. This selection showcases the creativity of seventy-six K through 12 students from all five boroughs and includes paintings, prints, sculptures, mixed-media works, collages, and drawings. Each piece represents a unique expression of imagination and ability.

Lincoln Center Out of Doors - Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Through August 12, 2012 -

This NYC summer favorite offers more than 100 free performances across the plazas of Lincoln Center. More than ten premieres and debuts highlight the three weeks, which have a strong streak of soul, funk and R&B running through them, with generous helpings of jazz, gospel, and star turns by giants of their genres and great contemporary dance. (7/25-8/12): Nile Rodgers & The CHIC Organization (7/25); Polyglot Theatre: Tangle (7/26-29); G.R.U.B.B. (Gypsy Roma Urban Balkan Beats) & The Stooges Brass Band (7/26); Los Irreales de Ondatripica presented by Quantic and Frente Cumbiero featuring: Michi Sarmiento, Alfredito Linares, Pedro Ramay Beltran, Markitos Micolta, & Wilson Viveros; Wil-Dog el Gavachillo featuring Banda Sol de Santa Cruz (7/27); Family Day - Polyglot Theatre: Tangle; Chinese American Arts Council Acrobatic Group: From Chinatown with Love; Bindlestiff Family Cirkus (7/28); Istanbulive presents Selda Bagcan, Ilhan Ersahin's Wonderland featuring Senlendirici, The Secret Trio (7/28); 'OurLand': Celebrating Irish Culture in America!, The Music, The Bards, The Magic, The Auld Triangle, Joe Hurley's All-Star Irish Rock Revue! (7/29); Yemen Blues, Khaira Arby, UkanDanZ (8/1); The Bad Plus: On Sacred Ground, Brandt Brauer Frick Ensemble (8/2); Phil Kline's dreamcitynine (8/3); Chio-Tian Folk Drums and Arts Group (8/3); Kimmo Pohjonen & Helsinki Nelson: Accordion Wrestling (8/3-4); Heidi Latsky Dance: GIMP (8/4); Heritage Sunday - Ayiti Rasanble! featuring Kongo, Peniel Guerrier, La Troupe Makandal, and Raram (8/5); La Caras Linda de Mi Gente Negra-Homenja a Tite Curet Alonso featuring Grupo Esencia and Viento de Agua with special guest Lalo Rodriguez (8/5); Dr. L. Subramaniam-Global Fusion with Kavita Krishnamurthi Subramaniam, Ambi Subramaniam, and Corky Siegel, The Alaev Family (8/8); ! ! !, Lenny Williams (8/9); Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Company (8/10); La Casita (8/11-12); 29th Annual Roots of American Music Festival (8/11-12).

Beyond Planet Earth: The Future of Space Exploration - American Museum of Natural History
Through August 12, 2012 - Upper West Side

Beyond Planet Earth launches visitors into the exciting future of space exploration as it boldly speculates on humanity's next steps in our solar system and beyond. The exhibition features a full-sized re-creation of a lunar habitat, a model of an elevator reaching up into space, a walk-through diorama of the Martian surface, and challenging interactive simulations. See authentic equipment and models of historic spacecraft from select voyages in the past. Learn about robotic missions that are currently headed deeper and deeper into our own solar system, and what they might reveal. Understand why geologists are so interested in specimens from moons and other planets and what we can learn from them. And explore some possible spectacular missions of the future: mining the Moon, landing on and deflecting a potentially deadly asteroid, or traveling to Mars - and perhaps even establishing colonies there. Is it possible within our lifetime? Will we discover evidence of life, past or present, on another planet? Find out what experts think the future will hold for us beyond planet Earth. Gallery 3, third floor

"Beyond Planet Earth: The Future of Space Exploration" - American Museum of Natural History
Through August 12, 2012 - Upper West Side

This exhibit launches visitors into the exciting future of space exploration as it boldly speculates on humanity's next steps in our solar system and beyond. The exhibition features a full-sized recreation of a lunar habitat, a model of an elevator reaching up into space, a walk-through diorama of the Martian surface, and challenging interactive simulations. See authentic equipment and models of historic spacecraft from select voyages in the past. Learn about robotic missions that are currently headed deeper into our own solar system and what they might reveal. And explore some possible missions of the future: mining the Moon, landing on and deflecting a potentially deadly asteroid, and even establishing colonies on Mars.

The Games: The Science of Sport - The Bruce Museum
Through August 12, 2012 - Greenwich

This interactive exhibition about the Olympics features SuperBodies, a cutting-edge 3D animation and original video production presented in both a big screen video and mobile app game formats. Also featured is hands-on exploratory stations and athletic gear including boxing gloves, javelins, and timing and other devices that record participants' strength and reaction times. Also on view will be pins and collector memorabilia from past Olympic Games.

'Out of Doors' - Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Through August 12, 2012 - Lincoln Center

This NYC summer favorite offers more than 100 free performances across the plazas of Lincoln Center. More than ten premieres and debuts highlight the three weeks, which have a strong streak of soul, funk and R&B running through them, with generous helpings of jazz, gospel, and star turns by giants of their genres and great contemporary dance.

PS Art 2012: Celebrating the Creative Spirit of NYC Kids - The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Through August 12, 2012 - Upper East Side

Works of art by 76 of New York City public schools' most talented students in grades K through 12 will be displayed in the Ruth and Harold D. Uris Center for Education at The Metropolitan Museum of Art for two months this summer through P.S. Art, a project of the New York City Department of Education and Studio in a School Association, Inc. P.S. Art is celebrating its tenth year. The juried exhibition P.S. Art 2012: Celebrating the Creative Spirit of NYC Kids will open for special viewing by the public beginning at 6:30pm on Tuesday, June 12, for participants in the Museum Mile Festival, and will remain on view through Aug. 12. The annual P.S. Art competition fully integrates all public school students in K through the 12th grade. The works in this year's exhibition were made by young artists with a broad spectrum of life experience: students having special needs are represented, as are those enrolled in advanced placement art classes. The exhibition shows how student creativity, artistic ability, and subject matter evolve in the journey from childhood to adulthood. The works in the P.S. Art 2012 exhibition were chosen from 786 submissions citywide. A jury comprised of members of the art community, including staff from the Met, made the final selection. All of the works in the exhibition will also be featured on the metmuseum.org.

Rachel Kneebone: Regarding Rodin - Brooklyn Museum
Through August 12, 2012 -

Rachel Kneebone: Regarding Rodin features fifteen iconic works by nineteenth-century French master Auguste Rodin, selected from the Museum's collection by British artist Rachel Kneebone and shown alongside eight of her own large-scale porcelain sculptures. The exhibition, Kneebone's first major museum presentation, will highlight the artists' shared interest in the representation of mourning, ecstasy, death, and vitality in figurative sculpture. The pairing also offers a visual comparison of the two sculptors' materials and processes. Kneebone's intricately wrought artworks, simultaneously pristine and agitated, contain allusions to Michelangelo, Gianlorenzo Bernini, and Louise Bourgeois. Integrating recognizable human forms with odd mutations, they provide a stark contrast to Rodin's dark, more-concrete, yet equally animated bronzes. Whereas Rodin cast his sculpture, Kneebone creates unique artworks that she fires in a small kiln in her studio, often in sections to be assembled later. The centerpiece of the exhibition, The Descent (2008), is Kneebone's largest work to date. It was inspired by Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy, as was Rodin's masterpiece The Gates of Hell (1880–1917). The London-based Kneebone was born in 1973 in Oxfordshire, England, and Rodin (1840–1917) was born in Paris. Rachel Kneebone: Regarding Rodin was organized by Catherine Morris, Curator of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Brooklyn Museum. This exhibition is made possible by the Elizabeth A. Sackler Foundation, with additional support provided by Lisa and Dick Cashin.

Industry.Cinema: An Installation by Caroline Martel - Museum of the Moving Image
Through August 12, 2012 -

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