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myFace, the leading non-profit organization dedicated to transforming the lives of patients with facial differences, will hold its second annual&nb...
We are celebrating the Grand Re-Opening of Soccer Stars Center on the Upper West Side, with our partners at NYMetroParents. Come spend the afternoo...
Led by Bright Horizons teachers and staff, toddler socials offer parents a chance to socialize with other parents and experience the types of ...
Our youngest youth meet every Saturday at 11am. Parents and children celebrate Shabbat together with interactive songs, stories and Shabbat snacks....
Do you want to build a snowman? We'll sing snowman songs and read about winter day activities before making little snowmen of our own! MOCAKIDS...
Lucy Kalantari is a songwriter, composer and producer based in Brooklyn, making jazz age inspired music for families.
Challenge yourself with sports like handball, basketball, water aerobics, and jumbo games, plus an obstacle course!
Gandhi's life story told through dance: Odissi, Bharatanatyam, Kuchipudi, Contemporary Dance and More! Reception to follow at: Faison Firehouse...
Three beloved stories by Eric Carle, award-winning children's book illustrator and author, are retold on stage through the magic of black light and fanciful puppets.
Join the New York Flute Club for its annual Flute Fair on Saturday, February 29 featuring guest artists Seth Morris, Stephanie Mortimore, Maron Kho...
Each CMS Kids program is an inclusive concert experience adapted for neurodiverse audiences, including children with autism or other special needs. These performances are presented in a judgment-free environment, and are less formal and more supportive of sensory, communication, movement, and learning needs.
Celebrate composer and lyricist Stephen Schwartz with songs and scenes from his hit musicals Wicked, Godspell, and Pippin.
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.
Bridging the worlds of pop, classical, and choral music, The Book of Rounds is a rapturous song cycle of 21 thematically connected musical rounds, each composed to be a fugue of positive messages, lifting the spirit and elevating the senses.
Catch the high energy of the Grammy-nominated band The Pop Ups as they light up the stage in a special unplugged acoustic concert with their musician friends. Experience live drawing with sound, hilarious puppets, and an epic costume party just in time for Purim!
Join a walking tour of the Heather Garden in Fort Tryon Park with horticulturist Madeline Byrne. Learn about the plants currently in bloom and the garden’s history.
For more than 40 years, EXPLO has brought together bright, curious, and interesting young people from around the globe. EXPLO provides a range of o...
Prospective adoptive parents and those already parenting can join Spence-Chapin for a FREE webinar to learn how trauma can impact adopted children and their families. During this interactive session, you will learn how trauma affects child development and relationships.
An interactive, super galactic, funk-inspired, rock-n-roll experience for families.
The 2019 Latin GRAMMY nominee and her bilingual band will perform tunes from their newest album Alegria! (Joy!). Themes in her songs range from smelling wildflowers, playing maracas, to being grateful to her parents.
Have fun with quirky projects from BK Robot Foundry, an interactive discovery zone, and live performance by Soul Science Lab featuring Code SCTY.
Using felt material and newsprint backdrops, create an animated mixed media experience!
Shabbat Shalom, Welcome Home to R&R - FREE Family Fun on Shabbat, Celebrate Purim on Saturday, March 7!
Join the Marlene Meyerson JCC Man...
Join in costume for a Purim sing-along led by friends from Tkiyah and enjoy some delicious hamantashen.
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 afternoon's theme for hands-on family fun is Stories of the Sahara.
In celebration of the 125th anniversary of the New York Public Library, this event will feature picture books and picture book biographies about figures related to the Library.
Play video games and board games, enjoy extra laptop time, munch on free snacks, program robots, create artwork, enjoy a sensory storytime, hang out with your friends and meet new friends, and more!
Join MoMath for a special Pi Night celebration featuring all sorts of pi - play with some new pi-themed manipulatives, try out the new "Pi Detector, enjoy pi-themed refreshments, and even participate in a giant group demonstration of the meaning of pi!
Based on the classic story by Robert Louis Stevenson, Disney's first all live-action film takes you to the high seas in search for buried treasure. Join young Jim Hawkins, Long John Silver, and their ragtag crew of pirates for the adventure of a lifetime.
By popular demand, Bonnie Duncan and The Gottabees return to Just Kidding to reprise their kid-friendly puppet musical.
Joanie’s new album All The Ladies serves up passionate and honest female empowerment folk tunes celebrating International Women’s Day, Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s birthday, and 2020 as the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote. All The Ladies is produced by GRAMMY Award Winner Lucy Kalantari.
A fun new musical based on the books Rosie Revere, Engineer; Iggy Peck, Architect; and Ada Twist Scientist by Andrea Beaty, which spotlights the STEM curriculum.
Celebrate Women’s History Month by designing a buttons to share an idea or a cause.
Join museum staff in the imagiNATIONS Activity Center classroom for a storybook reading and related make-and-take activity. March's selection is The Sugar Bush by Winona LaDuke and Waseyabin Kapashesit.
This special NYC celebration will include Story Pirates greatest hits - along with fresh new musical sketch comedy based on ideas from the audience.
See cowboys and cowgirls gallop on horseback, astronauts meet a sweet alien, and other flights of imagination in “Here We Go” a joyous journey with the Paper Bag Players.
DCINY welcomes back composer-in-residence Ola Gjeilo to Lincoln Center for an evening of contemporary music.
The annual parade turns Fifth Avenue into a sea of green!
Join reggae rocker Aaron Nigel Smith and the NYC branch of his One World Chorus for some of his best-known children's songs, featuring island rhythms that inspire the audience to get up and sing, dance, and play music together.
In the spirit of “March Madness,” architectural features of skyscrapers will be pitted against each other and young architects will have to choose which ones will rise to the top.
Create huge murals with an artist, take fun family portraits, and explore the museum through interactive tours. All activities will be conducted in both Spanish and English.
Budding music enthusiasts and their families will learn about the life and art of the great jazz composer and pianist Dave Brubeck in this hour-long interactive concert.
Drawing on centuries of repertoire, this program will highlight composers whose works both reflect and contribute to larger social issues.
Make your own Japanese-inspired mask and enjoy a dynamic drumming performance by Taiko Masala.
Bring la familia and enjoy a fun-filled day of art-making workshops, storytelling, concerts, and more. SUPER SÁBADO! showcases traditions, cultural expressions, and the latest in Latino art.
The family-friendly class will focus on traditional dances from West Africa within a context of music and oral tradition. Students will learn dance...
Families can party to a DJ playing a mix of genres while incorporating Disney, KidzBop and Sesame Street sounds. There will be a tummy time area for youngest guests, healthy snacks, noise makers, and a souvenir photo.
Have you ever wanted to screen-print a portrait like Andy Warhol or paint a mural like Keith Haring? Then join us and learn about the lives and work of the amazing artists who called New York home!
Warren Cook leads the choir and orchestra in Dan Forrest's Jubilate Deo, a unique multi-language setting of Psalm 100 text, "O be joyful in the Lord, all ye lands," which draws from a wide spectrum of musical influences.
Person Place Thing is an interview show based on this idea: people are particularly engaging when they speak not directly about themselves, but about something they care about.
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.
Create expressive containers out of upcycled materials, then use Model Magic to capture the container’s shape in a clay sculpture.
In this Spanish-English bilingual production, children will be invited to discover, feel, and enjoy this journey of colors, sounds, landscapes, and animals.
Celebrate the wonders of the brain and learn how this remarkable organ evolved in animals to make sense of surroundings and guide behaviors.
Amanda Selwyn Dance Theatre celebrates 20 years with an evening-length dance theatre work.
Use your voice and the instruments in the Sound Booth to record sound effects and create your own city symphony!
This powerful music-drama documents the all-too-familiar story of an African-American parent whose beautiful brown boy approaches driving age. What should be a celebration of independence and maturity turns out to be fraught with the anxiety of "driving while black.
Choreographer Abdul Latif premieres EYESPOT, an evening of original work.
Lycee Francais de New York and Mireille Miller, artist and art teacher, present an exhibit of student work from "Women Leading the Way," ...
Ceate the inside of any room on a piece of paper, then fold that paper into a origami balloon to be inflated with a nifty viewing hole.
Go for the gold! Campers will investigate Olympic caliber animal survival strategies from around the world through engaging activities, animal inve...
Help decorate the museum with flowers, foliage, butterflies, bees, and any other spring-related sculpture.
Use light tables, acetate, and watercolor to create your own experimental film.
Kids and adults work together to uncover the secrets of the amazing train station.
CatVideoFest, is a compilation of the best cat videos shown exclusively on the big screen. Every ticket purchased raises money to help local cats i...
The hero in this story is armed with wit, cunning, and a sense of humour, and he conquers all before him, including giants, a unicorn, and a princess.
In Twelfth Night, audiences will be welcomed to Illyria, a world of music, wonder, mystery, and more than a touch of glamour. This romantic comedy ...
In this rendition of the classic pirate story, 12 puppeteers animate exquisitely handcrafted marionettes to tell the swashbuckling adventures of cabin boy Jim Hawkins.
It's time to explore the great outdoors! With all of the foliage and fun of any good forest adventure, FOUR GO WILD IN WELLIES features an inclusive dance company who reminds us that nothing is more natural than a kid's curiosity.
Our camp day is filled with several fashion themed lessons including sewing on a real sewing machine! Registration is required for attendance.
Starting at the beginning, we take our campers through the basics so they can create something fabulous to take home at the end of the day. Sewing projects change each individual camp day and may be any type of apparel. Registration is required for attendance.
Young wizards will enjoy a trip to the Metropolitan Museum, in search of art that echoes characters and enchanted objects in the Harry Potter books.
Celebrate Jewish holidays and traditions in a monthly storytime featuring the PJ Library's rich selection of books, stories, and songs for children.
Illustrate and then "vintage-fy" beloved family memories by aging them with tea and coffee. Showcase them in a personalized scrapbook page.
Enjoy bilingual stories, songs, finger plays, and rhymes at the library's first German/English Storytime!
This is a three-week Bilingual Storytime through Mandarin Seeds. Children learn all about different topics in Mandarin Chinese through stories, art projects, and puppets.
Dive into the vibrant colors of deep-sea florals and stunning marine life at the upcoming Flower Show, “Voyage to Oceanum.” Visitors to Macy’s will embark upon an exciting under-the-ocean odyssey, discovering long-lost treasures and breathtaking aquatic beauty along the way.
Cinderella could live happily ever after if a certain silver slipper fits her foot.
From hambone to hip-hop, an extraordinary ensemble of dancers, drummers and musicians takes us from West Africa to Washington, D.C., to reveal the hidden histories and resounding rhythms that transformed America.
In the tradition of home theatricals held during her childhood, Jane Austen has prepared an entertainment for her family in which her siblings are to take part with her as performers. You may be called upon to play a part - scripts are provided!
Bilingual Birdies will take families on a magical journey to learn words in Spanish and explore fun new themes!
Search for exhibits that echo characters, places, and enchanted objects in the books and movies of the Harry Potter universe. Be prepared to track otherworldly creatures through a forbidden (rain) forest, dance with Hagrid-like giants, encounter a cute cousin of dragons, stalk hunters scarier than any Auror, and more. For ages 10 and older.
Bilingual tales come to life in a creative and interactive experience combining storytelling with puppets!
Bilingual Birdies will take families on a magical journey to learn words in Spanish and explore fun new themes!
Using clay, children ages 5-12 are invited to show off their artistic sides at this fun event! All supplies will be provided. Limited to the first 6 participants.
Children and adults will laugh along to comical numbers such as How to Torture Your Sister, How to Beg for a Dog, How to Understand Your Parents, How to Stay Home from School, and more.
An immersive audience experience featuring Joel Jeske in a solo comic performance as an artist, performer, and clown.
Turn your attention to art that comments, responds, and reacts to the times we live in and create artworks that send a message. Advance registration required.
Explore the world of color in this immersive and interactive exhibit!
The Festival will welcome over 25,000 young people, parents, and movie-lovers to explore the world without leaving NYC. Presenting the best new animation, live action, documentary, and experimental film from across the globe, you're invited to watch, laugh, create, and explore.
Look, listen, and share ideas while you explore modern and contemporary art. Movement, drawing, and other gallery activities give everyone the chance to participate.
Engage in lively discussions and fun activities while looking closely at modern masterpieces and cutting-edge contemporary art.
Work with your friends and classmates to collect gently-used jeans. Before February 29, drop off jeans at your local Aeropostale store to participa...
A family-friendly stand-up comedy show for all ages. Bring your Mamma or anyone else in your family and have a great time!
Kids can explore different art mediums through sensory experiences, music, and movement activities. Children build motor skills and self-regulated independence and social skills while connecting with their siblings and caregivers. Registration required.
Every Sunday in March, come play at the Zoo during this caregiver and me 5-part adventure series. Discover feathery friends and prickly pals each day!
Head to the museum every Saturday and Sunday for a story time inspired by history!
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.
Join the fun alongside four voice-actors as they create new characters based on audience suggestions and compete in crazy games!
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.
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.
In this mischievous mystery, kids and adults team up to search great works of art to expose a killer. For ages 10 and older.
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.
Join us in discovering secret ingredient swaps creating delicious recipes filled with creativity. Can you make ice-cream without cream or pancakes without flour? Head to the Kitchen and let's find out! We’ll explore new tastes and techniques with both sweet & savory recipes like Cocoa Coconut Snowballs, Zucchini Breadsticks, and Chocolate Beet Cupcakes.
The story of the Little Mermaid comes to life on the stage! With free family workshop one hour prior to the Saturday 3pm and Sunday 11am performances.
In this original slapstick comedy, Paddington gets himself caught up in catastrophic chaos, much to the delight of audiences!
Visitors of all ages will explore Native scientific discoveries and inventions so ingenious many continue to affect the modern world.
Explore new themes each week in these drop-in art workshops. Paint, draw, sculpt, or craft a work of art inspired by exhibitions on view.
Kids discover a passion for ancient artifacts in the Museum’s simulated archaeological dig. RSVP recommended.
A young girl learns to harness her imagination and uses her senses to better understand the world around her in this new 30-minute production.
Join museum staff in the imagiNATIONS Activity Center classroom for a storybook reading and related make-and-take activity.
With time for play, storytelling, a museum walk and art making, Coquí Club provides a fun and active way to explore El Museo and enjoy creative themes together.
Based on the CG-animated series, "Angelina Ballerina The Next Steps," Angelina Ballerina The Musical is a family-friendly show that will have the entire audience dancing in the aisles.
Join the artists of New York City Ballet in this one-hour movement workshop especially designed for children with autism and developmental disabilities.
Training in music fundamentals and singing for children 7 and up. The program is open to children from throughout the city. As part of the program they sing once a month at a Sunday service.
Through a variety of hands-on activities, visitors to the Center can explore Native scientific discoveries and inventions that are so amazing, many continue to affect the world today.
The classic tale retold with hilarious puppet pigs and a silly wolf - with an emphasis on ‘being prepared’.
Welcome to Planet Play: our magical world of sensory learning, wonder and exploration for babies and toddlers ages 0-3 years. These 45 minute sessi...
Get creative in the Whitney’s Hearst Artspace! Join us to make your own art inspired by works on view in current exhibitions. Each week we offer a different art making project.
These 45-minute sessions encourage young children ages 0-3 to explore the world around them through songs, music, and movement in a wonderful sensory experience.
Discover how volcanoes have created extraordinary ecosystems and wildlife habitats.
A charismatic clown discovers magic chalk that makes everything he draws come to life in this fantastical one-man show guaranteed to delight audiences of all ages!
With its timeless score, this show is a magical experience.
Help “Eclectic Librarian” and local resident Carletta Joy Walker choose the book of the week, and bring each story to life!
Enjoy amazing stories filled with virtues like Courage, Grace, Humility, and Love. Be sure to sing along, dance, and even play musical instruments.
Move your body, make music, and be a part of the story!
Sing, dance, and play with the magical musical stories performed on a Sunday afternoon.
Vibrant, interactive theatre shows in which the children take the lead.
Donations benefit Super Happy Healthy Kids, a nonprofit, after-school program for NYC Public School children.
Explore five exciting and interconnected areas of science, nanoscience, photonics, structural biology, neuroscience, and environmental science...
Take inspiration from Phyllis’ artwork and make your own weavings.
This exhibit will reveal the amazing story of the most iconic dinosaur in the world through life-sized models, a virtual reality experience, and more.
Learn what it takes to build, maintain, and ride the most progressive urban bike park in America.
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