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Kids can play and participate in fun activities while parents meet summer camp exhibitors. Register online.
Sing, dance, play, and engage in other lively activities that are sure to delight everyone from babies to toddlers to preschoolers! Registration required.
Blippi Live brings the energetic and loveable character Blippi off the screen and onto the stage with world-class production, audience engagement and amazing music.
Join the Long Island Nets as they take on the Erie Bayhawks. What to expect at Long Island Nets Games: -Dale the Eagle -Free Kids Zone -On-Court En...
Hofstra invites kids of all ages to view the Moon, Jupiter, Saturn, Mars, Venus, star clusters, nebulae, and double stars with telescopes from the Hofstra Observatory. RSVP online.
"Ella Bella Just Can't Tell Ya" is a fun interactive book that's perfect for preschool and early elementary children. Enjoy a fun craft for all children at this free event.
Join the Long Island Nets for Cancer Awareness Night as they take on the Raptors 905.
The Quatrain Barbershop Quartet will perform live in the Camellia House throughout the day as visitors stroll through the stunning collection of over 200 camellia shrubs and trees. Kids will enjoy making crafts and seeing a magic show.
Taste, purchase, celebrate, and indulge in delicious goodies, plus enjoy entertainment and fun activities like a DJ CHEF, TV-style competitions, and the expo's first-ever Chocolate Spa Experience.
Give your little ones their first "moo" along with Dr. Seuss!
Everyone is invited to a post Parade Party at the Irish Center!
Discover what a Main Lesson is and hear from teachers, administrators, and students, as well as tour the beautiful Long Island campus. Please reserve your spot today.
Be there for the annual Women's Empowerment Game.
Join with other families to celebrate Shabbat in an accessible environment designed to embrace a range of sensory, language, and learning differences.
Box Lacrosse is back on Long Island!
Parents and young artists will have an opportunity to learn about today's art with a guided gallery tour and to make their own artwork! RSVP required.
With help from parents and Store Associates, your child will create their own pair of binoculars to take home. Sign up online.
Hear two adorable rhyming stories followed by fun activities!
Celebrate the Irish gifts of music, food, and culture brought to America.
Meet the directors and members of the leadership team and take a tour of their unique indoor and outdoor facility.
Be one of the 1,000 fans to arrive and get a Dale Plush Doll!
Explore different aspects of the preserve’s environment as well as critical conservation issues and helpful practices to create a healthy, sustainable environment.
From shelters to showbiz, these amazing mutts unleash havoc and hilarity in a breathtaking, action-packed, comedy dog spectacular.
Can they guess which animal comes next in this pop-up, peek-a-boo, book? Bring your little ones ages 0-2 for sensory, Baby & Me Storytime fun!
Gala Megillah Reading at Service at 10:00 a.m. All children to come in costume and receive a gift * Purim quiz * Win prizes * Listen to the M...
See the possibilities for your child's future at the East Woods School Open House.
Chabad of Port Washington brings NYC to Long Island with their Purim NYC celebration! RSVP online.
This breastfeeding class introduces the basics and prepares expectant parents for a healthy breastfeeding relationship with their baby.
Meet the headmaster, principals, faculty, and students, get a tour of the Buckley campus, and more!
Discover an addictive whodunnit with true-life investigative verve.
Find the pot of gold at Wood Kingdom West and enjoy coloring the lucky rainbow! Must purchase tickets in advance.
Bring your child to the Museum to look at and discuss art and then engage in a hands-on art project. Advance registration is required. Ages 5-10.
Three beloved stories by Eric Carle are retold on stage through the magic of black light and fanciful puppets.
Hear this Pete the Cat story and stay for delightful activities afterward!
Imagine what life was like with out a GPS..how did anyone find their way around?! Explore Tanglewood preserve with a compass and learn the science ...
Join the community for the 8th Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade. Then celebrate by enjoying lunch and specials while in town!
With sweet text and shiny mirrors, this Baby & Me Storytime is perfect for littlest ones ages 0-2.
ARTrageous creates an adorable, personalized handprint platter for you while your kids visit with the Easter Bunny and more. Reservations required.
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with a craft! Registration required. Grades K-2.
Local service organizations and merchants, along with health care providers, will be on hand to share information and those in attendance will have the opportunity to obtain a library card, register to vote, and more.
This Open House will provide an opportunity to meet and interact with teachers, administrators, and students, as well as tour their beautiful Long Island campus. Please RSVP.
Enjoy unique crafts and hands-on activities. All children must be accompanied by an adult 18 years or older.
Pig the Pug teaches us how to behave in a faraway place followed by some fun activities.
Bring the whole gang to a dance for all ages--from the little ones to grandparents, teens and everyone in between! No experience necessary--...
Parents, grandparents, and kids of all ages come together to create unique art projects on ceramic bisque ware. Must sign up in advance.
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.
Have breakfast with the Teen Villains and enjoy a full buffet. This is a Non-Skating event. Bring your camera! Tickets must be purchased in advance.
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.
Bees are very important insects when it comes to the health of us and our planet! Come and learn about these amazing creatures and make a seed bomb...
Erth’s Prehistoric Aquarium Adventure is an immersive experience that invites you to jump in and explore unknown ocean depths where prehistoric marine reptiles lived eons ago – and maybe live still today!
Chefs of Long Island is a food and beverage tasting event featuring over 50 of the area's most prestigious restaurants and beverage providers. ...
Enjoy a special evening with your preschool family. Interactive fun includes singing, dancing, storytelling, a fun craft, and much more! Registration required. Ages 18 months through pre-K.
Kids can meet new friends, connect with their grown-up, and practice their motor & listening skills with Ms. Liz! Registration required.
At every Long Island Nets game you can expect to see Dale the Eagle, play in the Free Kids Zone, enjoy contests and giveaways, a kids dance team, and more!
Join The Waldorf School of Garden City for this special Nursery Information Session and learn all about their program. RSVP requested.
Join the Long Island Nets for Fan Appreciation Night as they take on local rivals the Westchester Knicks.
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.
Inspired by the works of Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill, Urinetown is a cheeky musical satire where no one is safe from scrutiny. Set in a “Go...
Explore the universe in a fascinating digital display inside the inflatable Starlab Planetarium in Castle Gould. Registration required.
Sleepover includes a night full of hands-on activities, a giant dome theater movie, snacks, and a light breakfast.
Introduce your littlest ones to this vividly illustrated, classic, board book at Baby & Me Storytime perfect for ages 0-2!
Your trip to Isla Nublar takes a terrifying turn after the Indominus rex escapes and causes chaos in the park! The adventure continues as you join forces with a team of scientists to unravel a corrupt plan and save Jeanie, an all-new dinosaur, from a terrible fate.
Teleport around boundless virtual worlds at the Hicksville Library with the new VIVE Virtual Reality gaming system. Sign up for a time slot online. Walk-ins are on a first-come, first-served basis. Ages 6 and older.
For families with children age 18 months to pre-school age. Singing, dancing, storytelling, and a craft. Registration required.
Early literacy, language development, socialization, and group play skills are introduced. Ages 9-17 months. Registration required.
This fast-paced musical retells the timeless classic set during the California Gold Rush!
This Baby Care Basics class teaches expecting parents, as well as grandparents and childcare providers, about caring for a newborn. Call to register.
Drop into The Manes Education Center for hands-on activities inspired by current exhibitions.
Reconnect while talking about and making art together.
A unique opportunity for childrenages 2-9 to get a taste of camp while parents attend an interactive information session.
Join Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tinman, and the Cowardly Lion as they come to life in an adaptation featuring the music of the MGM movie.
Listen to story books read aloud and nurture creative expression while exploring various art materials and processes.
Players will be put their creativity, teamwork, and Minecraft skills to the test in this fun open play event. Register online.
Enjoy this musical adventure, ripped from the pages of Mo Willems' beloved, and award-winning children's books about Elephant Gerald and Piggie.
Join the library for stories, songs, puppets and more! Ages 2-4.
Learn the basics of the game while burning calories, developing hand-eye coordination, and improving focus and reflexes. Ages 12 and older.
NYC-based artist Joan Reutershan's abstract streetscapes are a hybrid of painting, drawing, printmaking, and collage. Surfaces can appear thin ...
The Museum’s distinct Let’s Explore Backpacks offer activity-filled ways for children and adult companions to explore together the outdoor sculpture collection.
Uncover clues to help solve an Art Caper mystery in the outdoor sculpture collection.
Discussions are facilitated by a lactation consultant covering many topics including postpartum adjustment, feeding, sleeping, normal newborn behavior, and going back to work.
Climb aboard a large model of Thomas the tank engine, race trains along a giant track, work together to sort and load cargo, and maintain engines.
Bounce opens exclusively for children and adults with autism and offers staff experienced working with special needs children.
This weekly event introduces your toddler to a wide variety of science topics. 18 months to 3 years.
Enjoy a leisurely tour of the local bays in the the comfort of a 44-foot enclosed boat and encounter seals and other wildlife.
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