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Our youngest youth meet every Saturday at 11am. Parents and children celebrate Shabbat together with interactive songs, stories and Shabbat snacks....
Join the Bindlestiff Family Cirkus for an afternoon of jugglers, acrobats, sword swallowing, and more.
This treasured tale, featuring madcap and endearing farm animals, explores bravery, selfless love, and the true meaning of friendship.
Max combines magic and comedy, making objects appear and disappear and generally defying the laws of physics inches from theatergoer’s faces. This high-energy, interactive, and all-around silly show is appropriate for audiences of all ages, and recommended for ages 3 and older.
From DJs and favors to invites and decor, you will find everything you need for the perfect celebration. Sample food, try games, meet DJs, and find the perfect design for your party.
Join Michele Wong McSween, author of the Gordon & Li Li series, for an interactive story time, with some special Chinese New Year coloring sheets!
Join the bookstore for an interactive story time, with some special Chinese New Year coloring sheets!
Parade throughout the museum with the Chinatown Young Lions and learn about the festival of Lunar New Year.
EXPLO info meetings give you and your family the opportunity to ask questions and get a first-hand feel for our programs.
Meet and create with artists Robin Cooper, enjoy an array of fun art projects, and explore their Locally Sourced exhibition!
Experience the creative process like never before with a one-of-a-kind songwriting obstacle course integrating movement, music, and visual art.
For one afternoon only, the Beaux-Arts Court is transformed into an art party like no other! All proceeds support the Brooklyn Museum and their groundbreaking education programs.
Receive an individual or small group tour of the school building, given by their students and school families.
Each of the four races in the series will be 5K in length and will include an awards ceremony, refreshments, and raffle prizes. Register online.
Co-presented with World Music Institute, Zhou Family Band plays traditional wind and percussion music that accompanies birth and death celebrations of the people of Central-Eastern China for more than 600 years.
Enjoy pretend play examining animals, look at animal x-rays, groom the rabbits, and help take care of the turtles. Students will love meeting the live animal guests.
Dog Man loves to fight crime and chew on the furniture. But can he save the city from Flippy, the cyborg fish and his army of Beasty Buildings? Will he catch Petey, the world's most evil cat? And will the boys finish the show before lunch time?
Carlos Pavan, an Argentine classical guitarist/composer warms up the parlor with an afternoon of original compositions drawing on Argentine tango/folks dances, jazz, and classical forms.
The past comes alive in this interactive family program that takes children back in time to discover what Lower East Side kids experienced at school more than 100 years ago.
Plain old vanilla? Bore-ring! Bring on the the pizzazz, the color, the fireworks! Come cook with us and learn how to make an oh-so-delicious cupcake with rainbow colors in the cake.
Join Sean Hartley and the beloved Broadway Playhouse cast of zanies as they sing, clown, play games, and introduce children to the great writers of American musical theater. At each concert, children are chosen from the audience to participate in the fun! Ages 4-11.
Children’s Museum of Manhattan will host its sixth annual Sunday Funday family benefit full of family entertainment, indoor sports, games, creative workshops, and fabulous food.
Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Regional School is a Christ-centered community which recognizes that each person is a unique gift of God. Five parishes, ...
This drop-off program is for children ages 7 to 15. In this workshop, budding young scientists will learn all about basic plant anatomy. They ...
Join us for our annual Lunar New Year Celebration for Families! This year is celebrating the year of the Rat with folk dances, Lion Dance, and traditional arts & crafts. For the sixth year in a row, the New York Chinese Cultural Center (NYCCC) brings its signature program to the Queens Museum. This event will showcase an hour long performance program featuring professional artists and students of NYCCC’s School of the Arts, as well as a hands on Chinese Calligraphy workshop for kids and adults.
Key to My Art does not use stencils or draw the image for your child - they learn to draw and paint it by themself! They CAN DO IT! No experie...
Based on the novel by E.B. White Adaptation by Joseph Robinette Design & Original Direction by Andrew Rasmussen Original Music Composition &...
The Book Club is reading "The Dutch House" by Ann Patchett and "There, There" by Tommy Orange. You have the option of...
Celebrate the New Year Japanese-style with our Oshogatsu event filled with the traditional activities of rice pounding, calligraphy, lion dancing a...
Have you ever wanted to make awesome edits to your photos? In this workshop, students will learn how to put a sunset and a starry night sky into th...
All animals thrive from kindness, but different animals require different support. Come meet the ambassador animals and learn how to care for them!...
With small classes, an emphasis on shared values, state-of-the-art technology, and exciting after-school activities, St. Mary's Elementary Scho...
Pizza & Play Party! Bring the family for an afternoon of FUN! Kids will have a blast with adventures, games, gymnastics, dancing and MORE! Pizz...
You'll enjoy a mini-production of Annie (1977) and hear songs from the Elvis-inspired Bye Bye Birdie (1960) and more. Some kids will be chosen to join the cast on stage to play a game called "It's a Hard Knock Life."
The museum modifies their learning environment to create a sensory-friendly experience for individuals with sensory processing differences and other special needs. Registration preferred.
Award winning author, Amalia Hoffman will share her personal journey and inspiration in writing her book, The Brave Cyclist: The True Story of a Holocaust Hero. Grades 1-6.
This informational financial planning session will teach you what next steps to tackle on the path to establishing financial security for your special needs child. Registration required.
Eraser was in the library last night and locked all the creativity in an Escape Box! Join Snapology of Seaford and try to help the creativity escape its confinement! Grades 2-5. Registration required.
Visit the beautiful camp and learn about their program and facilities with their very knowledgeable team and directors.
Create “choreo-poems” to help capture the stories of the people of the Bronx.
Celebrate with traditional performances and a Chinese New Year children’s parade.
NJPAC’s Lizzie & Jonathan Tisch Stage at Victoria Theater will be transformed into a stunning garden of flowers, along with majestic dragons, acrobatic lions, elegant peacocks, twirling ribbons, and more to dazzle the senses.
This family-friendly, educational extravaganza gives animal lovers the unique opportunity to meet and play with hundreds of adorable dogs and cats while learning about responsible pet ownership.
Prince Prince is looking for a princess. After a failed attempt at speed dating, the right woman shows up at his door. Only the Royal Pea Test will reveal if she is a true princess.
The ultimate show-biz musical, 42nd Street is a celebration of Broadway, Times Square, and the people who make the magic of musical theater.
Beethoven, Haydn and Mozart—Glorious music in a glorious space Hudson Chorale is pulling out all of the big guns of the classical period for ...
Outfit yourself with the newest workout apparel and tech accessories from Under Armour and Samsung. Then, pop by our smoothie bar for delicious dem...
They're creepy and they're kooky, mysterious and spooky- and they also sing! This entertaining musical, from the television classic, lights...
ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM, Plays You Can't Ignore
We have to admit - it's time for the 2020 2-on-2s - our annual production of short music...
The Progressive® Insurance New York Boat Show will return to the Javits Center with new model boats, boating gear, accessories, and more.
Weaving together the tales of Horton the Elephant, Cat in the Hat, Gertrude McFuzz, Jojo, and many other familiar faces, Seussical transports you to places you can only dream about!
Seussical the musical Oh the thinks you can think! ...when you think about Seuss! Seussical is a fun and fantastical musical about friendship, unit...
There will be dances, stories, and traditional music from Native Peoples of the Northeast, Southwest, and Great Plains regions.
Over forty artists will participate in this year’s show, selling paintings, photographs and sculpture, as well as hand-made jewelry, glass items, and pottery at all price points.
A multi-disciplinary spectacle with a marching band, dancers, 12-foot puppets, shadow puppetry, and moving projection screens. This event celebrates the life of Benjamin Banneker, a free black man living in Maryland from 1731 to 1806, who made important scientific discoveries.
An hour of uninterrupted, creative fun. Pick and choose from craft supplies to make a masterpiece to take home.
Early literacy, language development, socialization, and group play skills are introduced in this class. Ages 9-17 months. Registration required.
Bilingual Birdies will take families on a magical journey to learn words in Mandarin and explore fun new themes!
Sony Square NYC invites you for the next three Saturdays (01/25/20, 02/01/20, 02/08/20) to bring the whole family in for some friendly competition....
Drop into The Manes Education Center for hands-on activities inspired by current exhibitions.
There's just a railing between participants and the sharks as the predators snap at food presented to them on a long pole. Reserve tickets online.
Reconnect while talking about and making art together.
Make Winter Crafts- snowmen, penguins, polar bears, and more! Crafts available while they last - on a first come, first serve basis. Ages 4 & u...
A morning of free play, rhymes, songs, and stories that encourage early literacy skills for little ones from birth up to age 2 with a caregiver.
Join the library for an hour of song, stories, crafts, and play. For kids ages 3-5 years.
Learn American Sign Language through songs, stories, and play. Best for ages 0-18 months. Registration required.
A closed Windsor Terrace Library isn't going to stop Miss Cindy's Toddler Time!
Develop your problem-solving skills using science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics. Have fun coding. Build an automatic street lamp, radio announcer, robots, remote control vehicles, and more. For grades 4 and above.
Hear delightful stories, learn fun songs and rhymes, play with toys, and meet other families and caregivers in your neighborhood. For ages 0-18 months. Pick up a free ticket the morning of the program.
Activities include music and movement, award-winning illustrated songbooks and games, counting, reading, creating simple rhythmic patterns, and coloring sheets to reinforce the Spanish vocabulary. Recommended ages 2-5 years.
Following the practices of guided and shared reading, participants will read one book throughout the month, taking turns to read aloud.
The children will use tablets to learn about and explore the importance of animal conservation. Then they will design and build their own sustainable communities using various interactive architecture building sets. For children ages 5-12.
Meet new moms, get support with all things breastfeeding and mothering. Ideal for moms with babies 0-1 year. To sign-up, and for more information, ...
Tour The Bridges Academy to learn about their academically enriched programs for toddlers through 8th graders.
A variety of sensory-related activities will be provided for babies to explore and grown-ups to bond with their little ones and meet other parents and caregivers. Ages 3-24 months.
Susan Levitt (a member of the Westchester Knitting Guild & seasoned knitting instructor) will be leading the group. Please sign-up in advance
Use a variety of recycled papers to create a collaged landscape.
This interactive, semi-improvised family show for kids 3-10 years old puts a wildly comedic theatrical twist on the traditional kids' show. When the main attraction doesn't show up, Pete enlists the help of the kids to provide prompts and control everything from plot to props, characters to costumes, and settings to sound in a one-of-a-kind, 55-minute laughfest.
Children ages 2-4 and their caregiver will play together, hear stories, and learn about enriching a child's life and increasing their early literacy skills. Limited tickets distributed 30 minutes prior to the program.
Stories, songs and crafts for 3-5 year olds. Make new friends and stay and play at the library after stories.
Stories are centered around a theme, children listen and discuss the topic, then create a project that ties in with the theme. Ages 4-5. Tickets are given out on a first-come, first-served basis 30 minutes before the start of the program.
Simple picture books, finger plays, felt stories, and traditional nursery rhymes encourage language development and instill a love of stories in children who are learning to talk.
Join the library for a Dungeons and Dragons session and play through the story quests provided by the Dungeon Master. Ages 10 and older.
Stories, songs, and games that encourage children’s emerging language skills, followed by a play time.
Storytime with toys and interactive manipulatives to promote the development of cognitive and gross motor skills.
Hear stories, sing songs, and make something fun! For children with and without disabilities. A parent or caregiver must accompany children.
Enjoy an open space for teens to hang out, listen to music/DJ, craft station, homework help, movies, and more. Bring food and tell your friends!
This program offers stories, songs, and finger plays for young children from 3-4 years. First-timers: Please speak with an Elmhurst children's librarian before your first storytime.
Little chefs use real cooking tools as they make healthy and yummy, kid-friendly snacks from start to finish.
Listen to story books read aloud and nurture creative expression while exploring various art materials and processes.
The longest running stand-up comedy show in Brooklyn presented by Aaron Kominos-Smith and Turner Sparks (now in its 13th year)! Come to this clean,...
Babies ages 6-18 months and their adult caregivers can enjoy a lap-sit program with simple stories, songs, and bouncing rhymes, and play with educational toys and games.
Add some of your original drawings to the library zine! Stories, poems, jokes, and puzzles are also accepted. This is for ages 8-15.
Take inspiration from the marvelous materials and methods of artist Anni Albers as you experiment with line, shape, and color in this tactile textile workshop.
The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley is filled with infectious songs and non-stop adventure, making this a perfect show to introduce young audiences to the magic of theatre. Sponsored by Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center.
Discover how the reef is like a thriving metropolis populated by a cast of characters straight out of an adventure novel – heroes, bad guys, sidekicks, lovers, and clowns.
Flushing Town Hall presents “A Good Beginning, Here” a cross-cultural exhibition that illuminates 8 diaspora artists who can trace their roots back in China, Korea, Japan, and Taiwan.
Day off from school? Drop in anytime between 1 and 4 pm and create works of art at The Met! For families with children ages 3–11.
Zumbini is a beautiful, interactive, bonding, music and movement for children ages 0-4 with their caregiver. It is easy and Fun.
This program provides both creative and social opportunities for 3- to 5-year-olds as they explore art techniques through personal and collaborative projects. Registration encouraged.
Color In Milk is a free STEM program run by high school students. Our goal is to teach young students how to apply their knowledge of science, tech...
Bring your whole family for a guided walk through Shakespeare Garden, which features flowers included in the writer’s great works.
This fishy fable will capture your heart with its irresistible songs, including "Under the Sea," "Kiss the Girl," and "Part of Your World."
Skate in this immersive roller disco experience! As soon as you step into the 10,000-square-foot roller rink you’ll be transported into a magical roller disco dreamland full of dazzling iridescent unicorns, retro rainbows, colorful dance floor lighting, and sparkling disco balls! For ages 7 and older.
Build amazing Minecraft worlds with your friends on the library's laptops! Space is limited to 8 players. Registration required. Grades 2-5.
The exhibit presents art by luminaries who lived in Rockland County from the 1910s through the 1960s.
Share ideas and enjoy stories, sketching, and other gallery activities that bring works of art to life. For families with children ages 3–6.
Come and join as we read funny and smart, classic and new picture books in German and sing a song or two. All are welcome.
Children will listen to interactive stories and do finger plays. Then they get to play small instruments to music and dance to bubbles after playing with toys.
In this mischievous mystery, kids and adults team up to search great works of art to expose a killer. For ages 10 and older.
Discover different kinds of kosher animals and have fun building a barn for your kosher animals in this new temporary exhibit!
Learn about how the area has changed over time, the plants and animals that live there today, and how the Conservancy cares for this complex ecosystem.
Bring your family and discover Turtle Pond — home to five species of turtles who live here year-round.
Origami, the Japanese art of paper folding, is a great way to get children engaged in math and problem solving.
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