SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9
Screening: Insect-themed Animated Shorts for Kids @ Central Park | read more
Who’s Here? Fall & Winter Animals @ Fort Tryon Park | read more
Urban Starfest @ Sheep Meadow, Central Park | read more
Hands-on History: Gather Around the Hearth @ King Manor Museum | read more
Storybook Discovery: Falling for Fall! Voelker Orth Museum | read more
We were delighted to hear about the recent opening of the Donald and Barbara Zucker Natural Exploration Area in Prospect Park. Designed in Olmsted and Vaux's rustic tradition, the project returns the lawn to its historic purpose as "The Children's Playground."
Lil Yogi's NYC offers a variety of certification options including yoga for kids, yoga for special needs, yoga in the classroom, yoga test-taking techniques and yoga hip-hop.
Lil Yogi's NYC, a popular kids yoga company based out of the Upper West Side of Manhattan, is now taking requests for kids yoga certification from home. Yoga for kids is becoming extremely popular worldwide as the immense benefits include increased strength, flexibility and balance. Studies indicate that children's yoga also aids in improving confidence and decreasing anxiety.
Come in costume to trick-or-treat with characters from the High Line’s industrial past. Sneak through a haunted train tunnel (if you dare!), get lost in a hay-bale maze, dance to a ditty, decorate a pumpkin from our pumpkin patch, and construct your own train car from recycled materials.
Here are our picks for family fun this week in NYC:-
Monday October 21
Preschool Open House in Williamsburg @ NY Kids Club | read moreTuesday October 22
Little New Yorkers @ DiMenna Children's History Museum | read more
SATURDAY OCTOBER 19
Premiere Screening of “Ruby’s Studio: The Safety Show” @ AMC Theater | read more
Family Day @theCenter: Architectural Lanterns @ Center For Architecture | read more
All Gone! Minna Krook. Dans @ Scandinavia House | read more
Color & Sketch Away @ Macomb's Bridge Library | read more
Costume Party with Kidville and Project Playdate! @ Kidville | read more
Once upon a time, way back in the idealistic 1960's, a children's musical puppet theatre was born. It was the brainchild of an extraordinary woman, Sandra Robbins, who dreamed of using light, color and sound to profoundly touch the creative spirit within each child. Her dream was realized in the creation of The Shadow Box Theatre (SBT).