Stop by the Long Island Maritime Museum’s largest fundraiser of the year, the 18th Annual Seafood, Crafts & Music Festival.
Orlando adds new stuff — amazing stuff — stuff that begs repeat familt visits to indulge in the latest in killer coasters, theme restaurants, and jaw-dropping concept rides.
With the afterschool landscape ever changing, we’ve identified the newest trends and the hottest programs to help guide you in making the right decision for your child.
“I actually think we’re one of the oldest youth theaters in the city,” says founder/executive and artistic director Nina Trevens.
In honor of his 200th birthday, the Ward Melville Heritage Organization is hosting an exhibit “Celebrating P.T. Barnum … The Man.”
Check out a summer camp program at St. Patrick Youth Community in Smithtown and catch 'Aladdin' at John W. Engeman Theater at Northport
Finish a fun day with your kids at Stepping Stones Museum for Children on a musical note, at Tom Chapin’s The Clean Machine Tour!
John Aniston spoke to us about the importance of the message of the new children's book, "Loukoumi’s Good Deeds," in his life and in raising Jennifer and Alexander.
A Saturday matinee at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre and the pre-show flurry are pretty much what you’d expect – only better – at Broadway's 'The Little Mermaid.'
While awfully good at playing it bad as Sami Brady on Days of Our Lives, and serving as host of the popular TV reality show The Biggest Loser – actress/mom Alison Sweeney has recently taken on another role: advocate for allergy sufferers.
Taking your child, no matter his age, to movies for which he is not emotionally ready is a very big deal. This is the perfect time to think about the type of movies you will allow your child to see and how to communicate this...
The new exhibition at the Stamford Museum & Nature Center, presents images and biographical sketches of many Native American baseball players,
Fed up with your daughters’ constant bickering? The ABC TV news show, 20/20 would like to step in and help.
Contemplating a day trip with the family that’s not too distant, yet far enough away to make the kids feel like they are out of their element? Consider Atlantis Marine World in Riverhead, where nature and science, blend with legend and entertainment for a fun, under the sea adventure.
Here are some of the best local parks in Westchester, Rockland, and Fairfield, Nassau, & Suffolk Counties!
Back on a U.S. tour for the first time in five years, Bob the Builder and his machine team take kids on a singing, dancing, and, of course, building adventure in Bob the 'Builder™ LIVE! Spud’s Big Mess.'
For more than 80 years, Rye Playland — America’s first completely planned amusement park and a National Historic Landmark — has created memories for generations of Westchester families.
Sagamore Hill is maintained by the National Park Service and is the only presidential site on Long Island (known as the Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site).
It’s incredible how you can visit someplace relatively close to home, yet feel as if you have been transported far away. Watch Hill on Fire Island is one of these magical places, and a perfect destination for a family day trip.
See what new, fun games and books came out this month for kids!
Take a look at some new buzzing programs & places on Long Island...
This year marks major birthdays for many favorite toys. In 2009, Pinocchio celebrates his 70th birthday and Barbie her 50th; the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles turn 25, and SpongeBob is already 10.
Welcome to Behind the Emerald Curtain (BEC), brainchild of veteran 'Wicked' actors Sean McCourt and Anthony Galde,* two musical-theater pros/dads whose weekly behind-the-scenes tour-de-'Wicked' offers the ultimate peek at what makes a Broadway blockbuster tick.
ave an enjoyable day out with the whole family and support a worthy cause at the same time, at the Community YMCA of Northern Westchester’s 7th Annual Family Fun Day.
Cynthia Nixon is best known for playing lawyer Miranda Hobbes on the hit TV show 'Sex and the City' and its record-breaking big screen follow-up in 2008. Lucky New York theatergoers, however, are privy to another aspect of the Emmy-winner’s acting gifts...