What's on for Kids in NYC this Weekend: March 13 & 14

What’s on for Kids in NYC this Weekend: March 13 & 14

Have a look at some fabulous family events taking place this weekend in the city, or from the comfort of your own home. Below are our picks for making this weekend one to remember for your family.

Watson Adventures’ Wizard School Virtual Scavenger Hunt
March 13, 5pm – 6:30pm
Online, hosted by Watson Adventures
$19.00 per person
Ages 10+

Grab your magic wands for a wizarding adventure that takes you to museums across America in search of art that echoes characters, places, and magical objects in the famed Harry Potter books and movies, all without leaving your home. You’ll track down slithering serpents, Hagrid-like giants and eerie figures as scary as any Dementor. This hunt references the books and provides a surprising bridge to many strange and wonderful works of art.

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In Person
Grown Up + Me Music Class Hosted by Little Maestros
March 14, 10am – 11am
Playday, 269 Baltic St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Ages 0-4 years

Created for our youngest students, these Grown Up & Me classes are designed to include parent/caregiver participation, while encouraging the child’s independent spirit. Classes focus on sensory and motor development, as well as cognitive development, through a wide variety of creative activities. GUM art class has story time followed by hands on art projects that brings the story we read to life by drawing, painting, and collage. We finish each class with clean up and an epic bubble party.

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Virtual Book Reading: “Little Kid, Big City: New York!”
March 14, 11am
Online, hosted by CAMP
Free, ages 4-10

Join CAMP as we welcome author, Beth Beckman and illustrator, Holley Maher! This is not your average story time. Come ready with your binoculars and selfie sticks because it is time for an adventure!

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Nature Craft with Angel – Make Your Own Bird Feeder Ornaments
March 14, 10am – 11am
Online, hosted by NYC Gov Parks
Free, ages 6+

Birds rely on a steady source of food throughout the seasons to survive cold nights, migration, and harsh winters. That’s exactly why this month’s Nature Crafts program will teach you how much fun it is to make your very own bird feeder ornaments to help feed the birds that may be traveling through your yard!

Join Environmental Educator Angel Ehlers on this hands-on virtual journey, as she takes you through the easy process of making your own bird feeder from a few simple materials and ingredients. Angel will also teach you about some of the birds that you may be lucky enough to see visit your very own feeder in early Spring!

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Same, Same, but Different
Streaming from now until March 21st
Online, hosted by New York City Children’s Theater
$20 for unlimited streams

This March, join New York City Children’s Theater for our new show: Same, Same, but Different, a filmed digital production, streamed directly into your home!

El lives in America, and Kailash lives in India. When they become pen pals and begin exchanging stories and pictures about their different lives, they quickly learn that although their worlds might be an ocean apart, they are quite similar. 

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Click HERE for more fun events taking place this weekend.

*Please always check with the venue before setting off to attend an event. Please also observe social distancing and wear a mask for in-person events.

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