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This immersive experience invites you to jump in and explore unknown ocean depths where prehistoric marine reptiles lived eons ago - and maybe live still today!
Create an American dream collage using quotes and pictures of famous African Americans as well as images that show what you dream and envision for your life. Ages 6-12. Registration required.
Join the City of Peekskill’s Youth Bureau as they celebrate Black History Month with a community fashion show. Featuring local youth and adul...
Prepare and taste some of renowned African American chef Edna Lewis's signature recipes as the museum celebrates Black History Month.
Welcome in Shabbat with singing, storytelling and dancing, followed by a delicious Shabbat dinner. All ages, toddlers to seniors socialize and form...
Award-winning dancers will perform and also interact with the audience in answering questions and teaching some Irish dance steps. Sign up online.
Celebrate the early-spring tradition of families wishing for the health and happiness of young girls in Japan. Each year, grand collections of beautiful hina dolls are put out on display.
Experience living women's history through exhibits, demos, tastings, crafts, and a visit from animal partners.
Everyone is invited to a post Parade Party at the Irish Center!
Join with other families to celebrate Shabbat in an accessible environment designed to embrace a range of sensory, language, and learning differences.
Learn the basics of Irish dance in this exciting class that uses traditional dance reels to understand the unique sounds of Irish music.
Join the museum for the public opening and reception of this dynamic new exhibition honoring the centennial of the 19th amendment.
Shabbat Shalom, Welcome Home to R&R - FREE Family Fun on Shabbat, Celebrate Purim on Saturday, March 7!
Join the Marlene Meyerson JCC Man...
Celebrate the Irish gifts of music, food, and culture brought to America.
Featuring sweet and stirring songs of Ireland, rigorously precise dances, and traditional musicianship, The Celtic Angels will carry you away to Ireland on wings of music.
In Collaboration with Staten Island Zine League Girl Power, learn about the Riot Grrrl movement and 'zines. Then create your own 'zine.
Join the Alice Austen House for a photography workshop. Get a timed ticket at front desk.
The past comes alive in this interactive series that takes you back in time to discover what it was like to be a child on the Lower East Side more than a century ago. Learn what it was like to go to shul as a kid in the early 1900s.
Join Rebecca Schoffer and a live Shababa band as they bring the story of Purim to life and send your imaginations on a playful musical journey.
This performance will show you the culture of Mexico with dance, music, and costumes that reflect the spirit, soul, and traditions of Mexico.
See a Living History presentation about the woman who disguised herself as a man and fought credibly for the American army in the Revolutionary War.
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day at the 31st Annual Peekskill St. Patrick's Day Parade. Parade steps off in front of the Church Of The Assumption.
Celebrate the contributions of the Irish people at the 23rd Annual City of White Plains St. Patrick’s Day, then stick around for a Cultural Tour, music, dancing, and more.
Dress in your favorite pirate outfit and learn how Grace O’Malley rose to the top of the male dominated world of piracy. Then decorate a Jolly Roger, pirate hat, and eye patch.
Celebrate this year's theme of "Love Local" with a parade that celebrate the Irish in all of us!
The parade steps off at 2pm sharp from South Saxon Ave and travels west along Main Street, finishing in front of St. Patrick's Church.
Celebrate Irish heritage and a local Irish step dance troupe led by Staten Islander Dawn Daniels.
The parade is filled with performances from dancing to bagpiping.
Celebrate with these two towns at their annual St. Patrick's Day Parade.
Join the community for the 8th Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade. Then celebrate by enjoying lunch and specials while in town!
The new 25th Anniversary show catapults Riverdance into the 21st century and will completely immerse you in the extraordinary and elemental power o...
Join us for an exciting morning of activities that will inform, inspire, and motivate you to learn more about the history of your family and commun...
During this artist-led workshop, explore crafts and objects from the Colonial era, dive into some picture books, and tour the historic house and grounds. Ages 4-11. Reservations recommended.
Make your own Japanese-inspired mask and enjoy a dynamic drumming performance by Taiko Masala.
The family-friendly class will focus on traditional dances from West Africa within a context of music and oral tradition. Students will learn dance...
Travel back in time to discover the history of maple sugaring and learn how easy sugaring is to do in your own kitchen!
The Rockland County Ancient Order of Hibernians St. Patrick’s Parade brings families and friends together in a day of wholesome recognition and celebration of the contributions of Irish Americans to the community and country.
Hear firsthand the conclusions reached by the panel about Staten Island’s role in expanding voting rights.
See traditional performances by St. John’s Hellenic Dancers of Blue Point and taste your favorite Greek foods like stuffed grape leaves, Greek meatballs, and Baklava.
The 58th Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade will kick off from Edgemere Road, runs up Edgemere Road and then turns on to Main Street passed the reviewing stand on the green under the watchful eye of MC Rick White and finishes at the end of Main Street by the IGA.
The Parade starts at the corner of Patchogue-Holbrook Road and Portion Road and continues from Portion Road to Ronkonkoma Avenue, South on Hawkins Avenue to Church Street, and ending at St. Joseph’s Church.
See an exciting mix of marching groups, including many bands of Irish pipers, along with vintage cars, costumed performers, fire and police units, and much more.
The Wantagh Chamber of Commerce 2nd Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade will step off from Wantagh Avenue at the High School and march to Railroad Ave.
Learn about famous women you've never heard of followed by a game to test your newly acquired knowledge. For kids in grades 2 to 5. Registration required.
Join historical interpreters as they make signs and sashes, chant slogans, and devise strategies to encourage men to vote "yes" on women's suffrage.
Meet activist Sylvia Rivera, as portrayed by actor, artist, and educator Summer Minerva. Listen as Sylvia reflects on Stonewall, witness a retelling of one of her speeches, and then ask your very own questions about her life.
Lycee Francais de New York and Mireille Miller, artist and art teacher, present an exhibit of student work from "Women Leading the Way," ...
Tour the world's oldest operating fully-rigged tall ship at the Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum in NYC.
Step back in time as you tour the Main House of the South Side Sportsmen's Club. Reservations suggested.
Get ready to see the world and enjoy some traditional stories, food, and take home a souvenir. Grades K-3. Registration required.
Hear a passage from A Woman's Place... by Deepi Ahluwalia. Create a recipe inspired by one of the pioneering women.
Experience this live, on-stage drama about the links between the Underground Railroad, secret codes hidden in quilts, and the strength of the human spirit in the struggle for freedom.
Explore the incredible, often overlooked stories of women who played a pivotal role in the Revolution, including patriotic women fighting for independence, loyalist women fighting to suppress the rebellion, and African American and Native American women whose future and security were caught in the cross fire.
To celebrate Women's History Month, explore different fields of STEM and learn about historic women who were innovators in their field. Sign up at 4pm.
his six-week program for preschoolers and their families explores how music and art playfully intertwine. Each class will embark on a thematic musical tour of the Museum's galleries in partnership with The Diller-Quaile School of Music followed by an art-making experience in the studio.
An Opening, an installation of audio and visual artworks by Brooklyn-based artist Kameelah Janan Rasheed, engages with a multiplicity of Muslim experiences in Brooklyn.
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