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Weekend Kids’ Pick

In honor of Women's History Month, McNally Jackson bookstore on Saturday is hosting a free reading and craft project featuring the life and work of Dr. Jane Goodall. Kids ages 3 to 8 will build a miniature replica of Jane’s...

Weekend Kids’ Pick

On Sundays at 4pm, Pushcart Coffee is hosting a storytime for kids. The perfect post-nap, pre-dinner family activity, featuring healthy snacks and delicious treats for kids and adults. Pushcart Coffee is at 221 East Broadway (at Clinton). For more family friendly events and...

Weekend Kids’ Pick

Take the kids to see a mini circus/musical theater performance at the Theater for the New City this weekend. Cirque Le Jazz is a company of four performers who display their singing, dancing, twirling and acrobatic moves in one act,...

Weekend Kids’ Pick

Do your children turn up their noses at vegetables? Perhaps showing them a land of life-sized talking vegetables will help win them over. The "Festival of the Vegetables" is series of short poems, piano pieces and dances that explore the secret lives of vegetables, as seem through...

Weekend Kids’ Pick

This Saturday take the kids to the the New Museum's First Saturday for Families, where Nicolás Paris will lead a hands-on drawing workshop. The program is recommended for kids aged 4 to 15 and includes free New Museum admission for two adults per...

Weekend Kids’ Pick

The Nature Conservancy in New York presents a birding lesson for kids at Openhouse Gallery's pop-up park (Park Here) on Mulberry Street this Saturday. From 10:30 to 11:30 a.m., kids will hear a story, "Feathers for Lunch," have a discussion about local birds, and...

Weekend Kids’ Pick

Every morning, from 9 until 11:30am, Park Here - the pop up park at 201 Mulberry from the Openhouse Galley - is the exclusive domain of mothers and kids. Special events, including trunk shows, sing-alongs and book readings, occur on...

Weekend Kids’ Pick

What could be more festive than a visit to the Merchant's House Museum, all decked out in its Christmas finery? The Museum is hosting a special exhibit "From Candlelight to Bubble Light: a 1950s Christmas in an 1850s House." Listen to...

Weekend Kids’ Pick

For the next two Sundays, the Museum at Eldridge Street is inviting families to explore its space as part of its History Illuminated Family Program. The synagogue, which dates back to 1887, underwent a 20-year, $18.5 million renovation which was completed in...

Weekend Kids’ Pick

The Abrons Arts Center is presenting Reid Farrington's "A Christmas Carol"  through December 18th. They write: A Christmas Carol is an imaginative and ghostly new show based on one of the most ubiquitous stories of all time by one of...
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