Commemorate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day by creating artwork inspired by Dr. King's values of compassion, love, courage, and forgiveness. Live p...

Sit inside a symphony orchestra as "Wolfgang's World" brings the music and adventures of one of the greatest composers to life all ar...

Kids Week at the Intrepid Museum is an exciting, indoor, family-friendly festival offering a variety of hands-on activities. Join all week long for live animal shows, pop-up planetarium shows, maker spaces, live performances, and so much more!

Hear the stories of young refugees when CARTOGRAPHY asks what part we play in the lives of young people who set out into the unsure waters of their futures. 

Our youngest youth meet every Saturday at 11am. Parents and children celebrate Shabbat together with interactive songs, stories and Shabbat snacks....

Children ages 6 months to 5 years and their adults are invited to learn about the Hoff-Barthelson Music School’s Early Childhood Program.



Join a band of adventurers on a Dungeons and Dragons campaign. For grades 7-12. Beginners encouraged.

The Uncle Brothers concerts are always chock full of fun! For ages 2-6 with an adult caregiver. Please contact library about tickets. 

Enjoy a reading of a book about Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. and use your creative skills to create a banner or sign.

There's no better way to spend the morning than with your little one sharing stories, songs, and rhymes. Ages birth-3 years. Registration required. 

Join Christine Lomangiano from "A Voice Above Wellness" to learn about taking care of yourself. Children 3 and older can participate in activities with library staff. 

Join the library for games, competitions, and prizes! Snacks, drinks, and mats will be provided. Registration required. 

Celebrate the Chinese Year of the Rat (the Rat is the first in the 12-year cycle of Chinese zodiac) with healthy and delectable Vegetable Wonton So...

A bilingual storytime, featuring stories and songs in English and Mandarin, is planned in honor of Chinese New Year and the Year of the Rat.

See how three inquisitive, out-of-the-box thinkers in Mrs. Greer’s class — Rosie Revere, Iggy Peck, and Ada Twist — save the day!

Join naturalists for a hands-on program and learn about the care that goes into feeding indoor animals as well as birds of prey and barnyard.

This unique slow flow all-levels yoga class takes place in a serene environment in front of the big sharks. Ages 14 and older. Registration suggested. 

Dream Performing Arts, the performing division of Kang Hua Singers of Greater Hartford, perform Chinese folk songs and authentic Asian dancing styles.

Families with children ages 3-7 will enjoy a nature-themed story and a visit from one of Tenafly Nature Center’s Animal Ambassadors.

Children will have a meal and participate in fun activities with a Tenafly Nature Center Environmental Educator while parents enjoy some time to relax or have an evening out.

Students will learn usage, mechanics, and rhetorical skills tested throughout the SAT Writing and ACT English tests but seldom touched on in school. Registration required. 

Transform the museum with colorful creations, which will be on display through the annual Lunar New Year Family Festival!

Explore the fascinating international history of blue-and-white ceramics. Sculpt your own mini plates and bowls to decorate, keep warm in Wyckoff House Museum's cozy picture book nook, and play with traditional toys and games.

Drag Queen Story Hour captures the imagination and play of the gender fluidity in childhood and gives kids glamorous, positive, and unabashedly queer role models.

Make your own “tricky rat” puppets. Then go on a Dragon Walk with exciting PiP puppeteer and storyteller Luciano Cohen. Bring your rat puppets back to our parade on February 1.

Touch and feel soft, furry friends including the rabbit and guinea pig. Toddlers and parents/caregivers enjoy some special time together as they socialize with other youngsters and learn about nature. 

Celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with two film screenings, "King of the Wilderness" and "Selma."

In celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the Children's Library Discovery Center presents "Freedom Fighters."

Learn how to create samples and identify active biology living in your compost or soil by using morphology as a guide. Learn how to use a compound trinocular microscope. Registration required. 

A memorable performance by the singing group and silver dancing group of the Austin Senior Center with special guest/host Ying Tang and Weng Jue Shen.

Ring in the Year of the Metal Rat with a celebration for the Lower East Side community, featuring live performances, karaoke, and DJ sets.

Join Open Shabbat, a free afternoon of programs for children and adults, including workshops in art, yoga, meditation, food, music, lectures, and more.

When Karagoz, the hero of traditional Anatolian shadow plays, cuts the branches from a magical neighbourhood tree, he and his friend are transformed into a donkey and goat, learning the importance of nature and protecting the environment along the way.

We are inviting smaller chefs (children ages 8 to 12) and their parents to our classroom. This is a perfect opportunity to spend some quality time together and learn valuable techniques that you can practice in your own kitchen, too!

Boogie, wiggle, and giggle with your little dancing partner! Ages birth-23 months. Registration required. 

Clap your hands, stomp your feet, and wiggle with the beat! 24 months-4 years. Registration required. 

Join Jungle Bob as he reads his new book, "Lenny, a most unusual reptile" and meet some real, live characters from the story. Grades K-2nd. Registration required. 

Bring your favorite deck to the library to battle fellow teens in one-on-one duels. Prizes will be awarded! Registration required. 

A day of fitness, health, and fun in the park, in collaboration with New York-Presbyterian Hospital.

Celebrate Chinese New Year and the Year of the Rat the vegan way. Grades 5-12. Registration required. 

Join A Time for Kids, to play, learn, and grow in this fun and fast-paced music, movement, and storytelling program. There will also be a craft.  Ages 2-5.

Many species of birds live on the Garvies Point Museum preserve year-round, for some birds, this is their wintering grounds! Join a Garvies naturalist on a casual walk to observe these winter residents. 

Join author Michele Wong McSween for a meet and greet at MOCA! Michele will teach English and Mandarin words from her new bilingual book, Gordon & Li Li Celebrate Chinese New Year, where Gordon & Li Li learn about New Years' preparations, good luck foods, and special greetings for a happy and prosperous New Year. A special Year of the Rat bookmark craft and book signing will follow the reading! Best for children ages 3-5. Older and younger siblings welcome!

Celebrate the Chinese New Year with Asian brush painting on ceramic tiles and vessels! Paint your Chinese Zodiac sign and explore calligraphy, fish...

Celebrate the passing of a new lunar year with an afternoon of traditional and contemporary Chinese music, a performance of the lion dance, dumplin...

Young wizards will enjoy a trip to the Metropolitan Museum, in search of art that echoes characters and enchanted objects in the Harry Potter books...

Join Long Island Voyagers Day Camp at Massapequa Bowl where they will be interviewing all staff and registering new campers. Receive discounts...

Throughout history, humans have recognized that their security and survival depends on providing for themselves the four sacred, basic needs: shelt...

Evening of Improv with Rhino Comedy's professional house teams The Rhinos and The Hammerheads. A super fun evening of participatory comedy. Fam...

Join the Long Island Traditional Music Association for a fun-filled evening of dancing to live music for all ages. Bring the kids, the grandparents...

See this film about how three homely pets escape to the big city and encounter various obstacles along the way in their new life of vagrancy.

Celebrate the Lunar New Year by following the lion through the woods. Be prepared to make some noise with games, trivia, crafts, and traditional stories.

Angelina and her friends will perform all types of dance, including hip-hop, modern dance, the Irish jig, and, of course, ballet.

This will be an informative discussion and exploration of menstruation and some of the products available for use. Adults and children ages 7 and older. Advanced registration required.

Each of the four races in the series will be 5K in length and will include an awards ceremony, refreshments, and raffle prizes. Register online. 

Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day by exploring the stories of unsung heroes from the Civil Rights Movement. First, investigate Civil Rights-era documents and artifacts from New York Historical's collection, then ask questions and interact with sources before translating stories to the stage in the form of a monologue or short play. At the end of the workshop, writers can submit their work to Writopia Lab's off-Broadway Worldwide Plays Festival! Ages 12 and up

Families will enjoy guitar singalongs, animal puppets, and more. Ages birth-6 years. Registration required. 

Help Hope and The Smiles Foundation will be hosting a special needs/autism friendly music workshop. Ages 4-10. Registration required. 

Join this family-friendly event inspired by the “Frozen” films. Find out about arctic creatures, touch a walrus tusk and narwhal tusk, have fun creating lots of “Frozen” crafts, and enjoy a meet and greet with Elsa!

Join Songs for Seeds for a live musical concert! Sponsored by Beth El Day Camp…because it is never too soon to start thinking about camp! St...

Happy New Year Family Disco! Come celebrate the 2020 New Year with laughter, fun, family and DANCING! Music by: DJ Jerry Dee Kids Dance Revolution,...

Interested in learning more about The Play Group Theatre? Join The Play Group Theatre for their third Open House of the season! Each Open House inc...

The differences between cats and dogs have never been funnier! In this hilarious new story "Bad Dog" by Mike Boldt, A little girl really,...

Soul to Soul, the electrifying and emotionally captivating theatrical concert that explores the parallels of African American and Jewish history ta...

The Children's Literature Association named Charlotte's Web "the best American children's book of the past two hundred years,&quot...

Create art, share ideas, listen to storybook readings, and enjoy live music as a family in this exciting series. This month, explore the striking s...

Spend your day off from school at the Sandbox with a whole day of writing, storyboarding, filming, directing, and acting in our very own short movi...

Stepping Stones pays tribute to the inspirational Civil Rights Movement leader with a special viewing of his famous I Have A Dream speech.

Spend the day at the Arboretum to learn about the exciting things comming up in 2020, take a hike, play a game, hear a story, and enjoy this winter wonderland. 

A hilarious new production based on the worldwide bestselling series from Dav Pilkey, the creator of Captain Underpants.

Kids and adults alike will enjoy making pizza dough for homemade pizzas and learn how to put together a super simple and delicious tomato sauce.

Invertebrates, mammals, and reptiles! Families with children age 10 and younger are invited to learn about animal habitats, adaptations, and ecology efforts.

This annual gathering celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy and fosters literacy and awareness of the Civil Rights Movement and social justice issues among youth and their families. 

Explore the importance of food chains and food webs in ecosystems around the Americas. Campers will explore exhibits around the zoo and even visit the zoo kitchen to see how we prepare food for the animals.

Join Lost Battalion Hall for a fun-filled day of puzzles! Teams of two will compete in the 100-piece puzzle division, while teams of four will compete in the 350-piece puzzle division. The first team to complete the puzzle will be the winner.

This day is filled with hands-on activities, scientific investigations, and animal encounters. K-4th grade

Your child will learn to make delicious foods like mac n' cheese, chicken fingers, sugar cookies, and more. 

Has your child ever wanted to play a prince, princess, king, or queen? Do the singing seven dwarfs or magical fairies tickle your fancy? This camp is just the right place to try out different roles from different fairy tales.

Be Our Guest at Beauty's Enchanted Tea Party complete with tea service, a story-time and sing-a-Long, and of course, plenty of photo opportunities!

Learn about several Chinese dance styles and interact with the artist by dancing with ribbons to celebrate Lunar New Year. Registration required. 

Both adults and kids can get creative and freely design and build their own vessels out of an array of wooden materials. Hot glue guns used; children with adult supervision.

Make lunch for the guests at the Helping Hands Rescue Mission in Huntington Station and take action to end hunger. All ages and donations to suppor...

Parents and children ages 3 months to 8 years are welcome to join us at Bloomingdale on Monday, January 20, 2020, from 10 AM to 12:30 PM for a morning of musical adventure led by the school's early education faculty. Children ages 5 and up are invited to try our beginner discovery classes in keyboard, guitar, violin, flute, and ukulele. Please RSVP to events@bsmny.org.

Join The Fashion Class for a day of fashionable fun & sewing during the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday on January 20th 2020! Fashion camp is a ...

Spend the day at Barnes and Noble and enjoy the following: 11am-4pm: Arts & Crafts, Story Time for kids; 11am-3:30pm: Face Painting; 11-11:30am...

Make time for good and join us for a day of service with UJA in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Projects include: load more

We're starting the year off with a BANG! Roosevelt Field and @amprogel Presents Short Hair Don't Care Runway, an @enjoilux production. Host...

Join Young Judaea Sprout Westchester Day Camp on a day off from school for some fun with science! Experiment with snow and ice and use your science...

 Join the library for stories, songs, crafts, and cookies to celebrate this milestone! 18 months-1st grade. Registration required. 

Teens will take a beginners class on coding and learn coding while working on a fun creative project. Grades 6 and up.

This one hour evening class includes music, motion, motor activities and a craft. 18 months-5 years. Registration required. 

Join the library for stories, songs, sensory activities and a craft at this storytime designed for children with special needs and a parent or care...

Snow Crafts With the Recreation Department for children of all ages. For questions, you can call or email the library at keelerlibrary@wlsmail.org....

Valentine Crafts With the Recreation Department for children of all ages. For questions, call or email the library at keelerlibrary@wlsma...

Make your own wintry scene from the warmth of the library with this fun art project. All ages - under 5 with caregiver. Registration recommended. S...

Join this kindergarten readiness series, and have your child work on a variety of skills to ease them into their future roles of being a student. L...

Make a fun craft together designed to help young child develop their fine motor skills. Ages 2-4. Registation required. 

Learn Martin Luther King, Jr. and his legacy, then create a craft project that is meant to unify our community.

Have some family fun while creating a delicious snowman cake together. Ages 3 and older with adult. Registration required. 

Use air-drying clay to make beautiful snowflake ornaments to decorate your room Registration required.

Learn how to draw "chibi" characters, small and cute versions of your favorite characters. Grades 3 and up. Registration required. 

Children ages 2 to 6, and a parent are invited to wear their pajamas and bring a favorite teddy bear to this story program.

Do you like to play games like Uno, Jenga, and checkers? Then come and play these and more in giant form in the TRAC Room.

Children will learn about Martin Luther King by stories about him read aloud. Then the kids will make a craft in honor of MLK that inspires peace a...

Join this kindergarten readiness series, and have your child work on a variety of skills to ease them into their future roles of being a student. L...

Learn all about Corpus Christi Holy Rosary School at their Kindergarten Enrollment Open House and Information Session. Meet their experienced and c...

At this special storytime you’ll read PAW Patrol books, play a rescue game, and make some PAW Patrol inspired crafts! Children will even get to “adopt” their own rescue pet to take home. Ages 2-5. Registration required. 

Children will learn about the city’s notable bridges. They will build a working model of an arch, suspension, lift, or swing bridge. Preregistration is required. This program is for children ages 6-12.

Using painter’s tape and your creativity, make a fun and colorful piece of art! Registration required. 

Design a paper lantern and dragon, then try your hand at calligraphy as you learn to write "whale" in Chinese! Registration required.

The Baking Coach will show you how to mix and measure ingredients to create your own flavor of cookie dough. Grades 5-12. Registration required. 

Learn a little about Chinese New Year and make your own traditional fried rice to take home. Grades 6 and up.

Singer-Songwriter Night is a community-based opportunity for people to create and perform in a supportive, all-inclusive environment. Original musi...

BYOB and join enjoy an evening of self expression through paint! No paint-by-numbers, no pressure to be perfect  – workshop will st...

You won't need snow to create your own adorable snowman. We promise he won't melt. All ages - (under 5 with caregiver). Registration recomm...

Michael Schultheis paints and sculpts using math equations as models for stories about human relationships: lima on curves that have interior and e...

Join the City of Peekskill’s Youth Bureau as they celebrate the life and achievements of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The event, honoring the ...

Laugh, jump, sing along, and welcome Shabbat with stories, music, challah, and grape juice, led by the amazing Tkiya Music. Ages 0-5.

Laser tag! Slime! A massive ball pit! Blast off into a brand new adventure for kids at Liberty Science Center: Extreme LSC!

Laugh the night away with The Friday Night Jokers! John Pizzi is one of the hottest rising comics in the entertainment industry bringing his unique...

Youths will be chaperoned in a safe, kid-friendly environment where they can network with other peers, play games, stream music, and simply have fun.

Explore new techniques and materials with local artist Sadie Kadlec in this visual arts workshop for children ages 4 to 12 years old! Advanced registration required.

Join certified Baby Sign Language instructor Christina Napoletano as she leads children and their caregivers through ASL vocabulary, music, and play. Through her thoughtfully crafted themes and practical memory aid techniques, you can be communicating with your pre-verbal baby or toddler!

Celebrate the gift of laughter on Global Belly Laugh Day. There will be an open mic for participants to read a joke from a book, write an original joke and share it, or tell a funny story. Share some laughs with friends and family.

Performers will sign up with the library staff with their joke or riddle and will be called up in a random order. Spectators are welcome.

In astrology, the Rat represents wisdom, intelligence, and strong life force. Celebrate the Lunar New Year with a story and a simple craft.

Share your thoughts and ideas and learn about audio recording and what it takes to make your own podcast. Registration required. 

This unique crossover of Irish Culture and Sports will include performances from NY GAA Clubs, County Associations, and many groups celebrating their hidden stage talents for one night on Broadway!

Discuss Nintendo games new and old, make fun gamer crafts, and participate in gaming competitions for prizes! Registration required. 

An original story and production from the Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre, Yet, Set, Snow! is the story of a young girl and her friend who encounter a yeti named Pascetti on the first snow day of the winter season. This show will have reduced sound and the lights will be dimly kept on.

Music, movement, and lots of fun with Molly Mouse. Ages 6 months-preschool age. Registration required. 

Children will use age-appropriate instruments and props to learn about colors, counting, and rhymes. Ages 18 months-5 years.

See how The Elisabeth Morrow School's dynamic classrooms, forward-thinking curriculum, and experienced early childhood educators can set your child up for a lifetime of learning.

Find out about open seats, scholarships and financial aid, and admission to Mandarin immersion tracks! Enrolling nursery to 1st grade for Fall 2020...

Like a symphony enriched with famous melodic delicacies and sparkling virtuosity, "Variations on a Cello Theme" offers New York's music lovers a rich, versatile program grasping the whole range of the cello playing art, perfectly reflecting the theme and variations musical form, gradually unraveling from Beethoven to Tchaikovsky, and eventually becoming a variation in itself.

EXPLO info meetings give you and your family the opportunity to ask questions and get a first-hand feel for their programs.

Meet Blue Rock faculty and discover how Blue Rock School's unique educational approach brings learning to life.

Blue Rock School invites parents interested in kindergarten through 8th grade to visit their beautiful, five-acre campus and to learn more about the school. 

Head outside to see if you can find any traces of animals and learn how to differentiate their tracks. Suggested for ages 4 older.

Young Yoginis 12 and younger, along with caregivers, can enjoy easy yoga activities, including movement, stories, and crafts.

Join WCM in the Book Nook for a kindness-themed book reading and discussion followed by an art-educator led good deed project. 

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