Check out these featured kid-friendly activities and events happening this November and December in the Manhattan area.
Brooklyn Public Library Celebrates Sesame Street's 40th Anniversary with a Limited-Edition Elmo Card and Family Programs
The Brooklyn Public Library is celebrating Sesame Street's 40th anniversary by offering a limited-edition Elmo library card at any of its locations when you sign up for a new card. Also, check out BPL Central Library's free exhibition of Sesame Street memorabilia and family programs, running November through February.
Check out these kid-friendly events and activities happening this month in Westchester County.
Here are some highlights from Rockland Parent's November 2009 calendar of events and activities for kids and families.
Read about celebrity parent Marissa Jaret Winokur - Broadway actress, singer, dancer, and first-time mom of 15-month-old son Zev.
Birdie's back on Broadway, starring John Stamos and a talented cast of all ages.
Read about this inspirational couple with a new book on family fitness.
The show about a little girl with a colorful obsession!
Broadcast Journalist Brenda Blackmon has had her share of accolades and honors, from Emmys, to Associated Press awards, to two honorary doctorate degrees – and in March of 2006, she was chosen one of The Network Journal’s “25 Most Influential Black Women in Business.”
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.
Ricki Lake’s proactive stance on natural childbirth is balanced lovingly by her views on family and her relationship with her two sons. With the birthing portion of motherhood over, here’s how she approaches the follow-up challenges – and rewards – of simply being Mom.
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!
For the first time ever, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus have set up their big top on the Coney Island boardwalk!
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.
Devoted father or three, Mark Consuelos was drawn to Lever 2000’s outreach concept after being introduced to the results of a study by the company revealing that the increased economic stress facing families was substantially alleviated by closeness — physical affection in particular.
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.