It is that time of the year again when we turn our thoughts to kids holiday camps. Kids camps are such great fun and with so many to choose from, we thought we would narrow down the search a bit and focus on some fabulous ones!
HiArt! Holiday Art Camps
What's the most constructive and stimulating way to keep your children active and engaged on their odd days off from school? HiArt!'s Holiday Art Camps, of course!
Busy, adventure-filled days designed to knock the socks off any art-loving child; an intensive arts exploration full of thinking, making, seeing and doing.
Sixteen years of doing it right: 9:30am-3:00pm for kids 5-14; littler kids can join us for the half day (+ an adult companion) from 9:30 'til noon!
SATURDAY MARCH 2MAD Fun: Family Day @ Museum of Arts & Design
MAD Family Day offers countless opportunities for children to create learn and explore! Artist educators and docents will be in the galleries to provide additional insights into the exhibitions and featured works sure to engage both children and their adult companions.
Happy Birthday To Dr. Seuss! @ Jerome Park Library
Celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday by enjoying some of his stories.
Making the Familiar Strange @ Scandinavia House
In response to the Helsinki School artists’ approach to photography, kids will focus on new ways of looking at familiar subjects such as portraits and cityscapes using a variety of materials and tools like graphite, cameras, and scissors.
Saturday March 2 sees Dr. Seuss' birthday. What better way to celebrate than encouraging your children to join in with some of the local events celebrating his fabulous books, or enjoying those books that have been made into movies.
Here are a few of our picks for some Dr. Seuss family enjoyment in NYC.
The Paper Bag Players returns to The Jewish Museum in Saddles and Sunshine, a new theater production for families on Sunday, March 10 at 2 pm. From cowboys and cowgirls greeting the audience with a loud "Howdy!" to a pie-eating contest and a day in the life of a bowling pin, Saddles and Sunshine will have children and adults alike laughing, clapping and singing along.
The show features new, original music in styles ranging from country, salsa and ragtime to hip hop, classical, disco, and even barber shop quartet. This program is recommended for children ages 4 and up.
Doulas & Baby Nurses: 101, as presented by RateMyBabyNurse.comRateMyBabyNurse.com is a review site focused on Baby Nurses and Doulas where parents research professionals and get real parent feedback before they hire.
You’ve maybe heard of a Baby Nurse, or heard of a Doula but are not quite sure what either one is and don’t know if you want to consider using one? Well here’s a crash course. Melissa Lutzke, founder of RateMyBabyNurse.com, tells us what they are and what services they typically provide for new moms.
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 23Babywearing For Newborns @ Caribou Baby
Babywearing allows parents to attend to the needs of their baby while also getting things done. In this free 45 minute seminar you will be introduced to the five best carriers for newborns, and will be shown why they are great to help you choose the best one for your family.
Global Weekend: Stories We Tell @ American Museum of Natural History
Drawing inspiration from contemporary cultures around the world, this exciting, family-friendly series includes day-long programs featuring live performances. The Museum honors African-American History Month with a tribute to storytellers and griots who give rich voice to the African-American experience!
Each winter, Citi brings you NYC's only free admission ice skating rink, situated in Bryant Park. This is a great deal for the regular skaters, who own a pair of ice skates. You bring your skates and a lock, and your time at Citi Pond is completely free!
Classic fairytales are a timeless way to celebrate childhood. Bring your little one to Galli Fairtyle Theater’s rendition of Cinderella or Puss in Boots this spring for a 50-minute show that brings a favorite fairytale to life.