The Guggenheim Museum’s annual ‘A Year with Children 2017’ exhibit is set to open in just a few weeks.
Earth Day New York, hosted by Earth Day Initiative, is returning to Union Square for its 47th year on Tuesday, April 18.
Row New York purchased the Peter Jay Sharp Boathouse on the Harlem River from the New York Restoration Project in spring 2017.
Soon, you’ll be able to travel the world—and occasionally through time—without leaving Times Square.
Evolution Enrichment Center on the Lower East Side announces the Evolution Signature™ Program for 4-year-olds.
Book Nook Enrichment Program is focused on reading, handwriting, and skill building for children ages 6 months to 7 years.
All of your chocolate dreams will come true at this new museum opening in Jacques Torres’ Soho-Hudson store.
ARTech: Adventures in Art + Technology, a pop-up activity center for children, will open in March.
MommyCon, the nation's largest natural parenting convention, will debut in New York City on March 25.
The Paley Center for Media celebrates Black History Month with a new exhibit experience, screenings, and workshops.
Kids can bake loaves of challah bread for homeless families at the second annual Mega Challah Bake for Kids.
The American Museum of Natural History will debut its new "Mummies" exhibit this March.
Daniel's Music Foundation in East Harlem now offers private music lessons and more for the community.
We asked how your family gives back, and here are your stories of amazing kids who make the Manhattan community better every day.
Amelia Huckel-Bauer launched Elora Theater Arts, which offers workshops in Manhattan, the Bronx, and Yonkers.
Mommybites.com provides parents with trusted Nanny Boards, online classes, local events, and more.
Inside Broadway’s ‘Creating the Magic’ program gave more than 2,500 New York City public school students a glimpse behind the scenes of the record-breaking musical, ‘Cats.’
Dance Workshop just opened a new location on the Upper East Side.
The Bridge Golf Learning Center provides services for golfers of all skill levels and ages.
See this Hippo Ballerina bronze sculpture at Dante Park in front of Lincoln Center from Feb. 7 through July 31.
New Yorkers will get a rare chance to journey through the depths of the ocean in a National Geographic entertainment experience opening fall 2017 in Times Square.
Jesse Gunn and his father Tommy were named one of five grand prize winners in the Ben’s Beginners™ Cooking Contest.
The Children's Museum of Manhattan recently announced its new Building Wonderlands exhibit featuring Tegu Blocks.
An interactive mini exhibit is coming to Lower Manhattan in the new year to help teach children how to lead healthy lives.
A $2 million redesign with new equipment, structures, water features, and more will transform the beloved playground in Hudson River Park.