What’s on for Kids in NYC this Weekend: March 6 & 7

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.

In Person
Science Style – Scientist, Scientist, Who Do You See?
March 6, 9am – 10:15am
Alley Pond Environmental Center, 224-65 76th Ave., Oakland Gardens, NY 11364
$24 per child

Enjoy the smart and sweet book parody Scientist, Scientist, Who Do You See?by Chris Ferrie. Children will be introduced to George Washington Carver and explore his love of botany. Did you know he developed over 100 uses for the sweet potato and we will surely enjoy it one way during class…by snacking on it! All participants must wear masks for the entire program.

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In Person
Dream Big Princess Play at Let’s Dress Up
March 6, 10:30am – 12pm
Let’s Dress Up, 345 East 85th Street, New York, NY 10028

We are celebrating International Women’s Day with a Dream Big theme! Princess Play is our 90 minute structured playtime. Children choose from our wide selection of princess and glamour dresses. Select matching jewelry and accessories, get a little make-up done, take a photo and then sit down to a themed tea party. After tea, they will hear a story and color. The last 10 minutes is allotted for transition time (also known as a dance party).  Limited capacity and protocols in place for this in person event.

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Family Art Workshop: Hanging Mobiles

March 6, 1pm – 2pm
Online, hosted by Staten Island Museum
$5 suggested donation

Explore movement in sculpture with this imaginative art form combining elements of physics and design. Make your own double-sided hanging mobile and learn the basic mechanics of kinetic sculpture in this introductory workshop.

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Yoga Sing-A-Long
March 7
Online, hosted by Karma Kids Yoga
$15/child, ages 2-6

Join us for a Yoga Sing-A-Long! We’ll be sure to include your favorite songs and poses! We’ll move, groove and sing our hearts out.

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Family Sundays at The Rubin
March 7, 1pm – 2pm
Online, hosted by Rubin Museum of Art
Free, ages 3+

At home art-making. Sundays are for families! This fall join the Rubin Museum live on Zoom every first Sunday of the month from the comfort of your own home for an afternoon of activities both kids and grownups will enjoy.

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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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