Dances Patrelle Holding Auditions for The American Dream: It's Only Business, a Ballet

Dances Patrelle Holding Auditions for The American Dream: It's Only Business, a Ballet

Dances Patrelle is looking for three teens, male and female, between the ages of 15 and 18, with strong ballet technique and acting skills for the upcoming production of The American Dream: Its Only Business. It is also seeking four or five young d...

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Professional Lice Removal Services in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Queens

Professional Lice Removal Services in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Queens

Whether your child is starting camp, coming home from camp, or getting ready to start school, you'll want to get her checked for head lice—even if you don’t think your child is showing symptoms of having head lice. The biggest sign that your child ...

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Professional Lice Removal Services on Long Island

Professional Lice Removal Services on Long Island

Whether your child is starting camp, coming home from camp, or getting ready to start school, you'll want to get her checked for head lice—even if you don’t think your child is showing symptoms of having head lice. The biggest sign that your child ...

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Professional Lice Removal Services in Westchester County, Rockland County, and Bergen County

Professional Lice Removal Services in Westchester County, Rockland County, and Bergen County

Whether your child is starting camp, coming home from camp, or getting ready to start school, you'll want to get her checked for head lice—even if you don’t think your child is showing symptoms of having head lice. The biggest sign that your child ...

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Academy of the Holy Angels Tri-M Music Honor Society Raises $1,300 for Hungry for Music

Academy of the Holy Angels Tri-M Music Honor Society Raises $1,300 for Hungry for Music

Financial constraints can make music lessons seem like an unattainable luxury for some children. In an effort to effect change, the Tri-M Music Honor Society at the Academy of the Holy Angels in Demarest, New Jersey, recently raised $1,300 for Hung...

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Young Moguls DJ Summer Camp Announced in Union Square

Young Moguls DJ Summer Camp Announced in Union Square

This summer, Manhattan kids ages 8-12 will have the chance to learn the fundamentals of DJing and immerse themselves in music mixing, beat-making and other high-tech fun at Young Moguls DJ Camp.

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Wegmans to Open in Brooklyn in the Fall, Provide Estimated 500 Jobs

Wegmans to Open in Brooklyn in the Fall, Provide Estimated 500 Jobs

The beloved, upstate-based supermarket chain is expected to open its first New York City location in Brooklyn at Brooklyn’s Navy Yard in the fall. The highly anticipated expansion will offer more than 500 jobs, including 150 full-time positions. Th...

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Eighth Grader at Long Island School for the Gifted Wins Youth Art Month 2019 State Flag Competition

Eighth Grader at Long Island School for the Gifted Wins Youth Art Month 2019 State Flag Competition

The Youth Art Month (YAM) Co-Chairpersons Julia Lang-Shapiro, Heather McCutcheon and Donnalyn Shuster are happy to announce Long Island School for the Gifted's 2019 State Flag Competition Winners. This event is an important part of the award-winnin...

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3 Perfect Family-Friendly Dinner and Theater Pairings in New York City

3 Perfect Family-Friendly Dinner and Theater Pairings in New York City

Taking kids to the theater—whether a Broadway or an off-Broadway show—is a quintessential New York City experience. But knowing what to see (there are a lot of performances out there, and not all are suitable for kids) and where to eat beforehand i...

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Dance by Very Young Choreographers Returns to Live Arts

Dance by Very Young Choreographers Returns to Live Arts

Returning to Live Arts in 2019, "Dance by Very Young Choreographers" will showcase the work of 5-18 dancers and choreographers Jan. 26 and 27. Spearheaded by Ellen Robbins , this program has be an opportunity to introduce and empower children to cr...

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Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum Announces Kids Week in February

Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum Announces Kids Week in February

The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum will host its annual Kids Week festival from Sunday, Feb. 17–Saturday, Feb. 23. During Kids Week, visitors will have the opportunity to participate in dozens of fun-filled activities, live animal shows, hands-on...

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Cerebral Palsy Soccer Now Offering Indoor Team in Manhattan

Cerebral Palsy Soccer Now Offering Indoor Team in Manhattan

Following the successful programs in New Jersey, Houston, Mid-Atlantic, and most recently Brooklyn this September, Cerebral Palsy Soccer (CP Soccer) is forming an NYC team in Manhattan. Cerebral Palsy (CP) Soccer is a non-profit founded to help the...

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Titi Fund of New York and Operation Warm Partner to Provide Coats to 5,000 Kids in Need

Titi Fund of New York and Operation Warm Partner to Provide Coats to 5,000 Kids in Need

The Titi Fund of New York provided 5,000 brand new coats to students in need, in partnership with Operation Warm, a national nonprofit dedicated to providing brand new winter coats to children. All 31 schools on the Operation Warm wish list within...

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The Long Island Science Center Opens in Riverhead

The Long Island Science Center Opens in Riverhead

The Long Island Science Center will celebrate the Grand Opening of its Riverhead location on Thursday, Jan. 17, complete with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 4pm. The much-anticipated opening comes after a two-year hiatus, following a temporary reloc...

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Warby Parker Expands Partnership with NYC Department of Education to Give Kindergarten-First Graders Free Eyeglasses

Warby Parker Expands Partnership with NYC Department of Education to Give Kindergarten-First Graders Free Eyeglasses

To help more kids see in school, Warby Parker is continuing its partnership with the New York City Department of Education to distribute free glasses to over 100,000 students in more than 200 Community Schools. The two joined forces in 2015, and no...

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10 Superfoods to Help Your Child Fight Cough Season

10 Superfoods to Help Your Child Fight Cough Season

Every parent wants to keep their family healthy during flu and cough season. You might have tried all the traditional means of preventing common childhood illnesses, but have you thought of checking out your child's diet for ways to keep them healt...

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The LEARN Lab at NYU Wants Your Child to Participate in Research for a New Study

The LEARN Lab at NYU Wants Your Child to Participate in Research for a New Study

Do you wonder how your child’s mind works? The LEARN Lab, a research group at NYU, is studying children’s amazing abilities to learn language. They invite you and your child to visit us and participate in this study.

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Sylvan Learning CenterNow Offering SAT & ACT Practice Tests Every Saturday

Sylvan Learning CenterNow Offering SAT & ACT Practice Tests Every Saturday

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American Girl Reveals 2019 Girl of the Year

American Girl Reveals 2019 Girl of the Year

Blaire Wilson, a spunky redhead with a passion for flavor, has recently made her debut as American Girl's 2019 Girl of the Year. Blaire uses her cooking talents as a chef-in-training to bring her family together and connect with people in person. H...

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The Brooklyn Green School Opens in North Crown Heights

The Brooklyn Green School Opens in North Crown Heights

The Brooklyn Green School is now enrolling in North Crown Heights. The Brooklyn middle school has an active-driven mission and will use an integrated curriculum that is focused on sustainability, including environmental issues and justice concerns....

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Frost Valley YMCA Announces Meet and Greet Info Sessions for Adventure Camp

Frost Valley YMCA Announces Meet and Greet Info Sessions for Adventure Camp

Frost Valley YMCA is now offering Meet and Greet Info Sessions for parents who wish to learn more about its Adventure Programs and Trips. The Montclair, New Jersey, program offers parents the unique opportunity to send their children on exciting re...

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7 Family-Friendly Things to Do in Lackawanna County, PA

7 Family-Friendly Things to Do in Lackawanna County, PA

If you’re looking for a fun day trip for your family or a weekend away, Lackawanna County, PA is a historic destination that is a less than 2-hour drive from New York City—and has plenty of family-friendly things to do for all four seasons. There a...

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FDA Approves New Vaccine That Protects Against Six Diseases

FDA Approves New Vaccine That Protects Against Six Diseases

The FDA approved a new vaccine that protects against six diseases, called Vaxilis. The new vaccine protects against diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, poliomyelitis, hepatitis B, and invasive disease due to haemophilus influenzae type B, according to ...

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The National Museum of Mathematics Extends Math Outreach Program to Encourage Early Math Fluency

The National Museum of Mathematics Extends Math Outreach Program to Encourage Early Math Fluency

The National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath) in Nomad is continuing its innovative math outreach program, MoMath 2 Go: the Family Math Initiative, with a partnership with the Long Island Explorium in Port Jefferson. This program is designed to help ...

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The Cradle of Aviation Hosts Documentary and Animal Encounters Event

The Cradle of Aviation Hosts Documentary and Animal Encounters Event

The Cradle of Aviation Museum, SK Films, & Sweet Briar Nature Center are joining together to remind families to put down the devices and enjoy nature again. On Sunday, January 13 from 12-4 pm, museum visitors can see animal demonstrations from Swee...

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The American Museum of Natural History Announces New Interactive T. Rex Exhibit

The American Museum of Natural History Announces New Interactive T. Rex Exhibit

The American Museum of Natural History is slated to open a new exhibit T. rex: The Ultimate Predator in March. The Upper West Side exhibit will bring the latest research and discoveries about tyrannosaurs, with emphasis on the T. rex, to the world ...

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Roberto Clemente State Park South Playground to Undergo Renovation and Reopen

Roberto Clemente State Park South Playground to Undergo Renovation and Reopen

The playground in Roberto Clemente State Park in Morris Heights, Bronx, is slated to undergo a $1.35 million transformation to be complete in May. The revitalization will provide the park, located along the Harlem River, with new playground structu...

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What are Social-Emotional Skills and Why Are They Important for Children’s Development

What are Social-Emotional Skills and Why Are They Important for Children’s Development

As parents and caregivers, we tirelessly seek ways to ensure that our children are happy, healthy, and successful. Some parents place a strong emphasis on academic achievement, while others focus significantly on extracurricular activities such as ...

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SENSE-sational FUN-damentals Occupational Therapy Offers Enrichment Classes in Armonk and Chappaqua

SENSE-sational FUN-damentals Occupational Therapy Offers Enrichment Classes in Armonk and Chappaqua

SENSE-sational FUN-damentals is now offering classes in Armonk and Chappaqua, with a goal to help children ages 3-6 develop skills for future success. It was created by Kristin Ciorra MS, OTR/L, a mother of three children and occupational therapist...

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Family Fun in Manhattan This January

Family Fun in Manhattan This January

This January, do something out of the ordinary with your family that will make them think your'e the coolest parent ever! The Okee Dokee Brothers Winterland Concert, The 2019 New York Boat Show, and The Big Apple Circus are just some of the excitin...

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Skin Care Products for the Whole Family

Skin Care Products for the Whole Family

The winter weather and constant switching from being in cold air outside to a heated indoors can wreak havoc on your skin, no matter your age. So, we found some skin care products, from moisturizers and cleansers to balms, oils, and healing gels, t...

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This Starry Slime Craft for Kids Will Get Your Little Ones Interested in Space

This Starry Slime Craft for Kids Will Get Your Little Ones Interested in Space

Experiment with chemistry, astronomy, and art with this out-of-this-world Starry Slime craft for kids! Slime is huge these days—what kid doesn’t have a can full of this stuff to squish, pull, and shape? Your kids may already have a batch slime or t...

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Top Things to Do With Your Family in NYC in January

Top Things to Do With Your Family in NYC in January

We've hand-picked the best things to do with your family in New York City in January. Family fun is all over Manhattan, across neighborhoods such as Greenwich Village, Little Italy, the Upper West Side, and beyond.

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Free Things to Do with Kids in NYC in January

Free Things to Do with Kids in NYC in January

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 January with kids that will be fun for the whole family.

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Family Events in Manhattan for Animal Lovers in January

Family Events in Manhattan for Animal Lovers in January

Get your animal-loving clan out of the apartment this month! Here are the top family-friendly events in New York City in January at which you can see and learn about animals.

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Film Screenings for Families in NYC in January

Film Screenings for Families in NYC in January

Do you have young film buffs on your hands? Here are the best kid-friendly film screenings in NYC in January for your movie-loving clan.

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Things to Do Outside in NYC in January

Things to Do Outside in NYC in January

Celebrate the great outdoors with these hand-picked family-friendly events for nature-lovers in NYC in January.

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Arts and Crafts Activities for Kids in New York City in January

Arts and Crafts Activities for Kids in New York City in January

New York City kids can get creative at these arts and crafts events for children in January. Let's get crafty!

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Kid-Friendly Concerts in New York City in January

Kid-Friendly Concerts in New York City in January

We've gathered the best kid-friendly concerts to take your family to in January. Perfect for mini-musicians and music enthusiasts alike!

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Kid-Friendly Theater Performances in NYC in January

Kid-Friendly Theater Performances in NYC in January

We've picked the best kid-friendly theater performances to entertain your theater-loving brood in Manhattan in January.

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Fun and Educational Things to Do in NYC in January

Fun and Educational Things to Do in NYC in January

Want your kids to learn something new while having a good time? Visit one of these fun and educational activities that are family-friendly in Manhattan in January for a fun learning experience for all!

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Story Times and Book Events for Kids in NYC in January

Story Times and Book Events for Kids in NYC in January

Take your little readers to one, or all, of these story times for children in NYC this January, including story times across the borough and character visits at Strand Book Store in Union Square.

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Fitness Activities for Kids in NYC in January

Fitness Activities for Kids in NYC in January

These events are perfect for active kids who love to move and shake. Keep active in Manhattan this January, and find the best things to do with your family, with these sports and fitness activities and classes.

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Top Things to Do in Brooklyn With Kids in January

Top Things to Do in Brooklyn With Kids in January

These are the best things to do in Brooklyn for kids this January, including including exciting indoor and outdoor events, seasonal fun, entertaining shows, and more!

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Free Events for Kids in Brooklyn in January

Free Events for Kids in Brooklyn in January

They say the best things in life are free, and these family- and kid-friendly activities in Brooklyn are no exception this January.

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Music Events and Activities in Brooklyn in January

Music Events and Activities in Brooklyn in January

Do you have a mini musician at home? The whole family can enjoy these music-themed events and activities in and near Brooklyn this January, including kid-friendly concert, musical activities, and more!

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Fun Things to Do Outdoors With Kids in Brooklyn in January

Fun Things to Do Outdoors With Kids in Brooklyn in January

Enjoy the great outdoors with these family-friendly events and activities in and near Brooklyn in January. Explore nature in Prospect Park, take in the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, and more with your family this month!

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Free Events for Kids in Westchester in January

Free Events for Kids in Westchester in January

Don't miss out on the best free activities for families in Westchester this January! This list of totally free, kid-friendly events in Westchester this month is sure to provide a good time for families.

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Outdoor Activities for Kids in Westchester in January

Outdoor Activities for Kids in Westchester in January

Get outside with the top outdoor activities in Westchester for kids who love nature in January.

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Arts and Crafts Activities for Kids in Westchester in January

Arts and Crafts Activities for Kids in Westchester in January

This January, take your kids who love arts and crafts to these local, creative activities in Westchester.

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