UPDATED November 2016: Check out these elaborate and festive holiday windows in New York City's top department stores.
Menorahs are lit during Hanukkah to commemorate the miracle of the little oil that burned for eight days and to honor Jewish ancestors. Keep the tradition alive by attending one of these special ceremonies.
Here’s where you can view Christmas tree lighting ceremonies in Nassau and Suffolk Counties on Long Island.
UPDATED November 2016: Here’s where you can view Christmas tree and lighting ceremonies in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens.
UPDATED November 2016: Here’s where you can view Christmas tree lighting ceremonies in Rockland, Westchester, and Fairfield Counties.
A roundup of 2015 holiday events in Long Island.
UPDATED November 2016: A roundup of this year's holiday markets, fairs, and festivals in Rockland, Westchester, and Fairfield.
A roundup of holiday markets, fairs, and festivals in NYC this year to find gifts for everyone on your list.
UPDATED November 2016: Visit New York Botanical Garden, Grand Central Terminal, and New-York Historical Society for their holiday train shows and plenty of other family-friendly activities for the 2016 winter season.
New York Theatre Ballet is premiering their production of The Nutcracker at Brookfield Place this winter and is one of the only performances with free admission.
The American Museum of Natural History will be lighting their annual Origami Tree on Nov. 23.
Between the ice-skating rink, carousel, and Winter Village restaurants and shops, it’s easy to spend a fun-filled afternoon there and is worth the trip, even from the ‘burbs.
Calling all dollhouse lovers: The $8.5 million Astolat Dollhouse Castle will be on view at the Shops at Columbus Circle Nov. 12-Dec. 8.
Check out these places to celebrate Diwali in New York City.
The Rink at Rockefeller Center opens its ice to the public on Tuesday, October 13. Read on to find out about opening day activities, the 2015 season schedule, and fun extras that Rockefeller Center has in store for visitors this winter.
To commemorate the tragic events that happened 14 years ago, venues across Manhattan, and the country, are honoring those affected by Sept. 11, 2001. Here are four places you can remember 9/11 in NYC.
Let freedom ring! Here are the best events in New York City that celebrate the Fourth of July, including historical Independence Day celebrations, where to see fireworks in NYC, Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest, and—America's favorite pastime—baseball!
What better way to honor Dad than by celebrating Father's Day at one of New York City's museums, parks, or baseball fields? We've gathered the best things to do for Father's Day in Manhattan.
Honor the mom in your life by celebrating Mother's Day at one of these events in Nassau County, including Mother's Day tea at The Lanyard Ladies in Mineola, Mother's Day at Old Westbury Gardens, and workshops to make gifts for Mother's Day in New Hyde Park, Hempstead, Garden City, and Bellerose.
UPDATED MAY 2017: Memorial Day is Monday, May 29, but the celebrations will occur all weekend! Remember those who served in the armed forces this year at one of these Memorial Day events in Manhattan, including Memorial Day parades and activities.
Honor the mom in your life by taking her to one of these Mother's Day celebration in NYC, including Mother's Day brunch locations, where to make crafts for Mom, and week-long celebrations.
Don your Easter bonnets and celebrate the bunny holiday at one of these Easter celebrations in Nassau County, egg hunts and bunny visits in Valley Stream, Westbury, Bellmore, and Elmont.
Celebrate Earth Day at one of these family-friendly Earth Cay celebrations in Manhattan, including park events, green living festivals, and Arbor Day events.
Don your Easter bonnets and celebrate the bunny holiday at one of these Easter celebrations in Manhattan, including the NYC Easter Parade and egg hunts in New York City.
Ring in the New Year with kids at these family-friendly New Year's Eve parties in NYC's Times Square. You can enjoy all the excitement of a Times Square New Year's party without having to leave any family members at home.