Find the best things to do with kids in Queens this July from this hand-picked list of events and activities selected by our calendar editor. These are the can't-miss events in Queens in MONTHNAME.
Our calendar editors have hand-picked the best family events and activities happening in Westchester in July.
Don't let the price tag of these family-friendly events in New York City fool you! Here are our picks for the best free things to do in July with kids, including the West Indian American Day Parade and Carnival and Smithsonian Magazine's Museum Day Live!
Empire State Fair will make its first-ever appearance on Long Island when it comes to the Coliseum in Uniondale for 11 days from July 20-30.
LI Parents Day will be held 11am-3pm on Sunday, September 17, at Long Island University’s Pratt Recreation Center (720 Northern Blvd. in Brookville).
Twenty-seven works of art, part of P.S. Art on view at The Met, will soon be displayed on a giant billboard in Times Square.
Families can enjoy free admission, special programming, and tours of 15 Lower Manhattan museums and historical sites at the fourth annual Night at the Museums.
Fans can immerse themselves in the Shopkins universe at this Parisian-themed pop-up café.
Sing for Hope Pianos will bring music to the streets of NYC with a public art installation of artist-decorated pianos.
Manhattanhenge is a recurring phenomenon each summer that offers breathtaking views of the sunset through Manhattan’s grid. Here’s when to see it this year.
Good news Disney fans! Disney Cruise Line has announced that it will be sailing to both Bermuda and Quebec City for the first time in fall 2018, leaving from New York City aboard the Disney Magic cruise ship.
As parents, our lives are crazy busy, so here are some easy ways to make sure you’re finding ways to exercise.
Alison Wong is the writer and illustrator of "New Mom Comics: The First Year," which offers a humorous and relatable take on the wild journey of parenting. Any parent will appreciate Wong's illustrations on what makes dads so great and the superpowers moms possess.
Journaling together with your child could be transformative for your relationship. Here's why you should consider it.
Opening May 6, Brooklyn Owl will sell handmade unicorn horns and guide customers through a magical transformation.
New York City officials created a boat-naming contest for second graders as part of the city's new ferry service. Some winning names were recently announced.
Soon, you’ll be able to travel the world—and occasionally through time—without leaving Times Square.
CANDLE’s Youth Pride Initiative will participate in Day of Silence and Give OUT Day in April to support the LGBTQ community in Rockland County. The Youth Pride Initiative of the New City nonprofit, Community Awareness Network For A Drug-Free Life And Environment, Inc. (CANDLE), will participate in Day of Silence and Give OUT Day in April to show support for the local LGBTQ community. Day of Silence, to be held on April 21, is a national student-led event during which participants take a vow of silence to draw attention to the bullying and harassment—the silencing—of their LGBTQ classmates. More than 10,000 students across the nation register their participation every year and many public figures have supported the event. By supporting this silent protest, school administrators, faculty, and fellow classmates demonstrate their objection to anti-LGBTQ behavior in our schools and in our communities. Day of Silence reaches students in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, as well as those as far away as New Zealand, Singapore, and Russia. Give OUT Day takes place on April 20 and is organized by the Horizons Foundation. It is a national day of giving to organizations that support the LGBTQ community. Both Day of Silence and Give Out Day present opportunities for the community to donate to CANDLE to support their Youth Pride Initiative. Whether sponsoring a high school student to attend CANDLE’s Common Threads Youth Empowerment retreat or underwriting the cost of workshops for school administrators, nurses, or teachers on LGBTQ issues, donations from the community help to insure that youth who are isolated or threatened because of their non-traditional sexual orientation or gender identity feel valued and safe in Rockland County. Contributions can be made by visiting candlerockland.org and clicking on the donate button. CANDLE was founded in Rockland as a nonprofit organization in 1982. Its mission is to prevent substance abuse and violence among youth. The organization’s goal is to improve the health and climate of Rockland schools and communities by providing prevention education and resistance strategies to youth and their adult allies, and support programs for young people at risk. CANDLE programs are available in most Rockland school districts. CANDLE 120 North Main Street, 301, New City 845-634-6677 firstname.lastname@example.org candlerockland.org
Stop by your local Ben & Jerry’s Scoop Shop for a free cone on April 4.
Guggenheim Social Practice initiative brings six New York City communities together for cultural exchange.
"Springing forward" gives us an extra hour of sunlight during Daylight Saving Time 2017—take advantage of it!
ARTech: Adventures in Art + Technology, a pop-up activity center for children, will open in March.
Explore and learn about the wilderness year-round at New York’s environmental conservation organization.
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