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Enjoy fun filled afternoons with music, magic, puppet shows, and science projects. Arts and crafts between each show!

Saturday, July 17
12pm: Puppet Show “Three Little Pigs”
1pm: Arts & Crafts with Kelsey
1:30pm: Funkytown Playground

Sunday, July 18
12pm: Magician Chris Capehart
1pm: Arts & Crafts with Kelsey
1:30pm: Rolie Polie Guacamole

Saturday, July 24
12pm: Science Show
1pm: Arts & Crafts with Kelsey
1:30pm: Dr. Suess Books to Song with Sorri Inc.

Sunday, July 25
12pm: Magician Looney Louie
1pm: Arts & Crafts with Kelsey
1:30pm: Lou and The Very Hungry Band

Saturday, July 31
12pm: Science Show
1pm: Arts & Crafts with Kelsey
1:30pm: Dr. Suess Books to Song with Sorri Inc.

Sunday, August 1
12pm: Magician Lee Barrett
1pm: Arts & Crafts with Kelsey
1:30pm: Erin Lee and the Up Past Bedtime Band

Saturday, August 7
12pm: Puppet Show “Lion & Mouse”
1pm: Arts & Crafts with Kelsey
1:30pm: Hootenanny with Sorri Inc.

Sunday, August 8
12pm: Magician Silly Billy
1pm: Arts & Crafts with Kelsey
1:30pm: Erin Lee and the Up Past Bedtime Band

Saturday, August 14
12pm: Science Show
1pm: Arts & Crafts with Kelsey
1:30pm: Family Rock Band with Sorri Inc.

Sunday, August 15
12pm: Magician Mike Patrick
1pm: Arts & Crafts with Kelsey
1:30pm: Funkytown Playground Family Yoga and Music

Saturday, August 21
12pm: Puppet Show “Chicken Soup, Chicken Soup”
1pm: Arts & Crafts with Kelsey
1:30pm: Yogasorri with Sorri Inc.

Sunday, August 22
12pm: Magician: Lee Barrett
1pm: Arts & Crafts with Kelsey
1:30pm: Rolie Polie Guacamole

Upcoming Events at Bryant Park

About Bryant Park

40th Street between Fifth and Sixth avenues

Midtown, NY

212-768-4242

  • Standard hours: Monday-Sunday, 7am; Closing time varies by season

  • Bryant Park is situated behind the New York Public Library in midtown Manhattan, between 40th and 42nd Streets & Fifth and Sixth Avenues.

    Today’s version of Bryant Park–with its gravel paths, green chairs, and jaunty le carrousel–is a recent invention. Though the space has been called Bryant Park since 1842, the park has had a checkered career. By 1979, it was the site of frequent muggings and drug deals and was avoided by knowledgeable New Yorkers. An almost ten-year effort, begun in 1980, transformed the park and its reputation.