Experiment with materials and techniques, listen to stories, and get moving to music during a week of special Spring Break Family Programs. Kids and adults participate! Monday, April 25, 11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m. Create, Build, and Play with Feltro Explore Feltro, magnetic felt tiles that can be manipulated to...

Register for Free Swimming Lessons for Kids in NYC Knowing how to swim prevents drowning and improves your health, fitness, and safety. To help teach New Yorkers to swim, Parks is offering free swimming lessons for people of all ages at our indoor pools during the...

WHAT YOU WILL DISCOVER Ten years after it reclassification, Pluto is still dogged by its lack of planet status, begging the questions, if Pluto isn’t a planet, then what is? What made the International Astronomical Union reclassify Pluto in 2006? It isn’t like the other planets in...

Dinosaurs Among Us It is a bird, or a dinosaur? Dinosaurs Among Us will examine how one group of dinosaurs evolved into the fascinating living creatures we call birds. The exhibition will feature ancient, rarely seen fossils, and life-like models, including a 23-foot-long feathered tyrannosaur (Yutyrannus huali) and a small four-winged dromeosaur...

Deciding what to do for your child's birthday can be a big deal! You want it to be special, right? Below we are focussing on a few businesses which will make your child's party VERY special - even the talk of the playground. Lucky Strike Manhattan Looking to throw an...

SUMMER CAMP FOCUS Although it probably doesn't feel like it just now, summer will be here before we know it. And, we all know that summer means that kids can enjoy camp! Our kids are so lucky as the choice of camp out there is fantastic -...

Did Staten Island Chuck call for an early spring or more winter? Staten Island, NYC: The gates of Staten Island Zoo once again opened early this morning, Tuesday February 2, for it's annual Groundhog Day celebration. Staten Island Chuck was tasked once again with predicting whether or not to expect more...

An amazing 122-foot long Titanosaur has been unveiled at the American Museum of Natural History. The Titanosaur's neck is peeking out of the exhibition room as the 122-foot cast of the dinosaur is just too big to fit entirely inside the space! Paleontologists suggest this dinosaur, a giant...