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These events are perfect for active kids who love to move and shake. From races to yoga, keep active in Westchester this May.
This May, go to a local farmers' market in Westchester and stock up on fresh produce, like organic fruits and vegetables picked straight from some of the best farms in Westchester.
Whether you have a preschooler, a grade-schooler, a teen, or all three, the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City will teach and thrill with exhibits on Long Island's history of flight and interactive flying simulators.
Make the most of summer with our list of the top 100 things to do in and near New York City from June through September. Get details on fun summer festivals, outdoor concerts and movies, and much more in NYC, Long Island, Southeast New York, and Connecticut.
No need to get in an airplane to give your kids a taste of cuisines from a wide array of cultures. Just hop on the subway to Queens to dip your spoon in the melting pot!
These Earth Day activities in Westchester will teach kids about giving back to our planet. Find Westchester Earth Day celebrations, including an Eco Fair, in Chappaqua, Scarsdale, and South Salem!
Come one, come all, to these family-friendly shows and performances in and near Rockland in June! Rock out at a summer concert series in West Nyack, see the Big Apple Circus in Tarrytown, and more!
Attend a local story hour in Queens for kids and turn the pages of their imaginations! This June, enjoy a reading of Mother Goose and much more.
Teach your kids about saving the planet and being green with these local Earth Day activities for kids in Queens, including an Eco Fair!
It's showtime for your family! Check out these excellent flicks.
These exciting Easter celebrations in Queens provide fun for the whole family this April. Participate in a local egg hunt for kids, attend a spring festival, and meet the Easter Bunny in Queens.
These top kid activities are made for active Suffolk families…and fun!
Looking for fun things to do with children with special needs in Nassau County, then look no further! We've picked the best activities for children with special needs, including sensory-friendly theater and walks to raise awareness.
Put down the technology and get your family outside at one of these activities that celebrates nature and the great outdoors in Nassau County in May, including nature walks in Muttontown, Old Westbury, and East Norwich; sheep shearing in Queens, and birding in Sands Point.
Step right up and have a blast at one of these carnivals, festivals, or street fairs in Nassau County in May where you can eat, shop, and play games for a day of family fun on Long Island, including the Dutch Spring Music Festival in Hempstead, the spring Fair in Oyster Bay, and the Art and Craft Fair in Hicksville.
Take your little film buffs to one of these family-friendly movies at a film screening for kids in Nassau County, including Into the Woods in Mineola, a sensory-friendly showing of Tomorrowland in Levittown, and Hidden Universe in 3-D in Queens. Bonus: Some of these film screenings are FREE.
Celebrate Earth Day at one of these family-friendly events in Nassau County, including fun in Glen Cove, Roslyn Harbor, Garden City, Old Westbury, and Oyster Bay.
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.
Your guide to visiting MoMA PS1 in Long Island City, Queens, with your kids. Get the most out of a trip to this modern art museum, which presents a different experience every time you visit.
Teaching your kids to give back to the community can make them grow up to be thoughtful adults. Here are the best volunteer opportunities for families in Nassau County in May, including making blankets for veterans in Floral Park, the teen volunteer fair in Mineola, and the American Heart Associan's 5K in Cutchogue.
A visit to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Immigration Museum is a must-do at least once with your kids. Here's how to make the most of your visit to these iconic, historic landmarks.
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.
Whether you go for the whole day or just a few hours, any of these spring festivals will keep the whole family entertained, from the the Kings County Fair in Brooklyn to Locomotive Lawn Live on the Upper West Side.
Wondering what to do with your kids during spring break? We've gathered the best fun and educational activities in NYC at museums and the New-York Historical Society.