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Discover your inner superhero in this amazing, interactive performance where the entire audience experiences simultaneous telepathy and witnesses d...
Meet the Heads of School, faculty, administrators, the admissions team, tour classrooms, and more.
Students will learn vital skills for the safe and responsible care of children.
Blue Rock School invites parents interested in kindergarten through 8th grade to visit their beautiful, five-acre campus and to learn more about the school.
Get to know the resident owls and uncover the secrets of these mysterious night dwellers.
Young Yoginis 12 and younger, along with caregivers, can enjoy easy yoga activities, including movement, stories, and crafts.
Join WCM in the Book Nook for a kindness-themed book reading and discussion followed by an art-educator led good deed project.
Transform a book or magazine into an objet d’art! An old issue of National Geographic or copy of Harry Potter can become a vessel for your cr...
The Parent/Child Book Group is reading "Bob" by Wendy Mass and Rebecca Stead; and "Crenshaw" by Katherine Applegate. You h...
"Just Bunny" is Francesca's right-hand stuffy who has been with her through thick and thin since day one. Nothing can tear these two ...
Plan a great evening and bond with your family while receiving a lesson from experienced and dedicated ceramic artists.
Join the Bindlestiff Family Cirkus for an afternoon of jugglers, acrobats, sword swallowing, and more.
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.
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 ...
The Book Club is reading "The Dutch House" by Ann Patchett and "There, There" by Tommy Orange. You have the option of...
All animals thrive from kindness, but different animals require different support. Come meet the ambassador animals and learn how to care for them!...
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.
Light up the dark winter months with a decorative pine cone jar. Ages 7 and up. Registration recommended. Sponsored by The Friends of the Library.<...
The amazing Garry Krinsky combines circus skills, daring feats of balance, and more to explore basic scientific principles. Ages 6-11.
Jump on the chance to snap up carefully selected works of art at very attractive prices and then make your way to the dance floor for the KMA's...
The Rye Arts Center will make a copy of a picture that you bring of someone special and provide all the materials you need to make three Valentine's cards! Ages 8-12.
Learn how amphibians, reptiles, mammals, and birds survive harsh New York winters during this live animal presentation.
Children and their partners are guided through a sequence of gentle poses that are sure to help even the wildest of animals settle down.
Sing songs, listen to stories, and borrow books from the New York Public Library.
Tackle a classical music playbook of famous touchdowns by VIP celebrity composers.
Enjoy a hearty hibernators’ breakfast by the crackling fire, plus live music.
Learn the winter survival strategies of bats in the Big Apple and beyond.
Don your PJ’s, jewels, and animal mask to become your favorite hibernator and learn to waltz with musicians Jody Kruskal and Friends.
Join the Yonkers Philharmonic to hear how Beethoven's Symphony #1 masters the Classical tradition but also clearly stakes out his personal vision.
Participate in a winter planting project to take home in honor of Tu B’Shevat--the Jewish birthday of the trees, play games, and more before the big game.
It's Library Lovers month so let everyone know why you love your library and it will be proudly displayed. All ages (under 5 with caregiver) Registration recommended.
Brigitte Burgler, a science teacher and a mother will guide kids in exploring life, earth, and physical science concepts through hands-on investigations.
Learn how maple trees produce sap and get a peek at the sugaring process in the Rye Nature Center's sugar shed. Pre-registration required.
Celebrate the return of the bald eagle with live bird-of-prey shows, children’s activities, food trucks, and more — all in heated tents!
Learn the in's and out's of paper as a medium and the methods used to create your own 2.5-dimensional artwork! All supplies included. Ages 15 and older.
Using polymer clay you will learn how to make simple shapes and put them together to form a cute sculpture.
Yonkers-based spoken word poet Marcus John will perform with instrumentation and invite the audience to create their own word portraits celebrating prominent African Americans in US history.
Learn about Booker T. Washington, the well-known, significant and controversial African American educator and leader of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
This unique slow flow yoga class takes place in the serene environment in front of the big sharks, before the Aquarium opens. Ages 14 and older. Advance registration recommended.
Monthly walks will continue year-round on second Saturdays at their largest sanctuary, Brinton Brook in Croton-on-Hudson. Good for ages 8 and up. N...
Explore Wave Hill’s tranquil gardens and woodlands to observe birds in their winter habitats. Register online.
Visit the library and read to Lexie, a hypoallergenic certified therapy dog.
Kick off the Year of the Rat with traditional Asian arts, crafts, and demonstrations!
Three winners of the Symphony’s sixth annual Young Artist Concerto Competition will each play a movement of a Baroque or early Classical period concerto with the fully professional Symphony.
Learn more about Challenge Camp's innovative program at their Open House.
See singer / actress Julia Breanetta Simpson in the one woman show, “Harlem on My Mind,” a dynamic musical journey through the “Harlem Renaissance.”
Discover how to turn yummy maple syrup into your own candy and maple sugar! Maple sugar can be used for many types of cooking and baking, and maple...
Bring your loved ones to Audubon for a fun-filled Valentine's Day Family Play Date! Enjoy meeting live animals, nature-themed Valentine crafts,...
City of Science returns to the Bronx! Join the World Science Festival and Con Edison for this larger-than-life touring event where the wondrous pro...
Discover the amazing animals that live in the area! Learn about local reptiles and amphibians, delve into the world of our largest land mammals, ta...
Using CAD design students will create a Valentine's themed pendant or pin that will then be laser cut and engraved on the new machine! All supplies included.
Children will enjoy pizza, a craft, LEGOS, BINGO, and a movie while you get some well-earned alone time! Registration required.
Spend the morning exploring the SM&NC with environmental educators! Visit with some live animals, share a story and some crafts, and see w...
Learn the basics of avian anatomy and make a pine cone feeder to hang outdoors to attract winged visitors.
Back by Popular Demand! Ranked by Comedy Central as one of the “100 Greatest Standups of All Time,” actor and comedian Sinbad has had a...
In this workshop, visitors will create portraits of Black leaders in US history through a relief printmaking technique.
A tribute to heroes big and small and the power of movie making and community, Supa Modo is an inspiring story you will never forget.
Meet some native animals to gain a better understanding on how they survive in winter.
Travel back in time to discover the history of maple sugaring with several stops along the way and learn how easy sugaring is to do in your own kitchen!
This fairytale mash-up will have kids and adults alike chuckling at clever jokes that bring a breath of fresh air to the classic fantasy.
Hear a talk about the Presidency of Harry Truman and see re-enactors portraying presidents.
Honor the leaders who have held the highest political office in the United States, past and present, with museum activities.
Join Stamford Museum and Nature Center to bring some of our favorite children’s books to life! Share some of favorite stories and then meet a...
People have lived in the extreme cold for thousands of years. Children will venture out to learn how to stay warm in the cold. From igloos to snow ...
Learn about distant stars and where we live in the Milky Way Galaxy! Children will be challenged to analyze sky charts, learn about the elements of...
What does "eco-activism" mean to you? Add your voice to this important conversation created by teens, for teens.
Tap a tree and learn the process of making sweet maple syrup. After tasting sap right from the spile (spigot), children will get a chance to visit ...
A teaching artist will coach each participant as they create their own artwork inspired by the museums African Art collection. Suggested for children ages 5-10.
What makes magnets push and pull? How are they made? How can you use them to navigate? Learn all about the forces of magnets, magnetic fields, and ...
Kiss The Sky: World's Greatest Tribute to Jimi Hendrix returns to Peekskill, NY, after headlining the show stopping performance at The Hudson V...
Whether you are new to painting or want to hone your skills, you will enjoy this step-by-step workshop led by artist Madge Scott.
The Smithereens with Special Guest Vocalist Robin Wilson of The Gin Blossoms is coming to Peekskill! Founded in New Jersey in 1980, The Smithereens...
Make and take home animal track prints, with an exploration to find them to follow where they lead.
Make your own cold-processed soap. Ages 12 and older with an adult. Registration required.
MUMMENSCHANZ offers timeless insight on the human condition, a visually stunning spectacle that transcends cultural barriers and sparks the imagination.
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.
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 ...
In LawnChair Theatre’s 3rd Annual Cabaret, Like The Sun, celebrate two favorite British imports. What do Shakespeare and the Beatles hav...
Join naturalists on an easy stroll as they point out and discuss winter wildlife.
Create your own masks to mimic dormant seeds, hibernating groundhogs, torporing bats, and more.
Hunt for sleeping creatures in a self-guided game and enjoy a little hygge with friends and family.
Create woodland creature sock puppets or huggable heating pads for those you want to extend care to.
Create a costume mimicking nature then show it off for all to see.
In recognition of American Heart Month, see an entire weekend of remarkable dance performances by your favorite local hip hop, tap, and percussion groups.
Create spectacle-art of the plants and animals that make up these rich, biodiverse ecosystems by crafting large-scale puppets and float-like structures.
See a live traditional three-ring circus.
Students on school break are invited to take part in art and science workshops, gallery activities, and more.
Learn about mythology surrounding wolves, the important role of wolves in the natural world, and discover why this season is such a magical time for packs in North America, while also assembling “wolfy” valentines for Ambassador Wolves! Then visit some real wolves. Pre-registration required.
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!
Artists in the Winter Workspace program share their studio practice with visitors on this Drop-In Sunday.
Seussical the musical Oh the thinks you can think! ...when you think about Seuss! Seussical is a fun and fantastical musical about friendship, unit...
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.
Enjoy this bright and breezy indoor children’s festival featuring top of the charts musical performances and cool character sightings.
This single-session program is designed for lay rescuers only and meets American Heart Association standards. Registration required.
Celebrate the work of author and artist Faith Ringgold and create a mosaic story quilt to take home.
Animals Out of Paper is a funny, poignant play about the collision of mismatched people and the complicated ways we hurt, heal, and love those around us.
Fathers (or other caregivers) and children can join Rye Nature Center for this fun-filled animal adventure.
Join naturalists for a hands-on program and learn about the care that goes into feeding the indoor animals as well as the birds of prey and barnyard.
Use sticks, leaves, moss, and other organic materials to construct a tabletop squirrel treehouse.
Take your pick from a variety of fun games and activities in the Main Gallery including: Jumbo Checkers, Giant Four-in-a-Row, Supersize Building Bl...
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.
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.
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, ...
Susan Levitt (a member of the Westchester Knitting Guild & seasoned knitting instructor) will be leading the group. Please sign-up in advance
Make winter crafts like snowmen, penguins, polar bears, and more! Crafts available while they last - on a first come, first serve basis.
Get creative and explore art and artists.
Rhymes, songs, stories, bubbles, and sensory play for babies younger than 1 year and their caregivers.
Use a variety of recycled papers to create a collaged landscape.
Kids will learn about the mythology surrounding wolves and the important role of wolves in the natural world. Pre-registration required.
What will this week's challenge be? An engineering task? A game show? A treasure hunt? A performance? Exercise your mind in a program that is never the same twice!
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.
Stories, songs, and games that encourage children’s emerging language skills, followed by a play time.
Manhattanville College student volunteers will informally read favorite picture books and do a craft. Suggested for ages 2 to 4 years.
Journey out onto Long Island Sound in hopes of seeing some of the seals and waterfowl that spend the winter just off the shores. All passengers must be at least 42 inches tall. Reservations recommended.
Storytime fun for the whole family.
Use scrap wood to make a birdhouse, a bat house, or even a bee house, then decorate it.
Look closely at your surroundings and explore ways to capture the textures and shapes you like most in the clay by rolling it, poking it, and scratching it with a pencil.
Learn to knit or crochet at the library! If you already know how to knit (or crochet) bring your current project and enjoy a visit with other knitters and crocheters.
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