A musical worth melting for! If you loved the movie "Frozen," you’ll love seeing Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, and Olaf come to life on stage to tell the timeless tale of two sisters who are pulled apart by a mysterious secret. Of course, there’s the classic song “Let It Go,” plus many new numbers for this new production.
Enjoy a hike combined with the fun of a good old-fashioned treasure hunt. While you are geocaching (a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices), take some time and see all that the Preserve has to offer.
The beloved Feast of San Gennaro, which is celebrating its 92nd anniversary this year, is an annual festival presented by Figli di San Gennaro (Children of San Gennaro), a not-for-profit community organization dedicated to keeping the spirit and faith of the early Italian immigrants alive. The Feast is New York City’s largest and longest running festivals and attracts more than one-million people …
The Pride Center of Staten Island holds its annual fundraiser, "One Island, One Pride," this year honoring Center supporter Timothy Tomai, P-FLAG mom Mary Anderson, and the Alice Austen House, the home to the famed late 19th/ early 20th century photographer and her partner of 53 years, Gertrude Tate, which this year was designated a National LGBT Historic Site by the National Register of Historic Places …
It’s the classic story of the Phantom and a young pupil named Christine. Their relationship becomes obsessive and impossible, leading to a stunning conclusion. This version of "Phantom" was written by Arthur Kopit, with music and lyrics by Maury Yeston, and is more of a traditional Broadway musical with dialogue and songs throughout.
A three-day art festival celebrating the art and culture of downtown Brooklyn.
An NYC premiere, “You Wouldn’t Expect” is a drama about involuntary sterilization in North Carolina set in 1965 with strong racial and feminist overtones. It’s a powerful history lesson and you won’t want to miss it. Three weeks only, with previews on Sep. 19 & 20; opening night is Sep. 21.
Shop for locally grown fruits and vegetables and eggs, honey and baked goods on Fridays and Saturdays from 8am to 4pm. On Fridays we are on Parsons Boulevard between Jamaica and Archer Avenues and on Saturdays we are on 160th Street off Jamaica Avenue.
Shop with local farmers and food makers for fruits and vegetables, artisan breads, pickles and more. The 10th season is in a new location - right outside City Hall.
Shop for locally grown fruits and vegetables and eggs, honey and baked goods.
The exhibition portrays the life and work of the famous 1960s graphic artist MC Escher.
This new interactive New York adventure features the latest in high tech components and top tier movie-quality set design with Relic seekers working together with a live guide to unlock a series of puzzles and decipher a strange assortment of scientific symbols that were recently discovered in Times Square.
Connect with other new parents and caregivers seeking culturally enriching activities to share with their babies. These once-a-month conversational tours refresh your spirit and expand your mind. Enjoy a new topic each month followed by coffee and snacks. Crying babies welcome!
Joyful learning through nursery rhymes, songs, parachute play and storytelling that’s sure to spark your little one’s curiosity and imagination. Meet up with friends or make new ones during this interactive program led by Museum Educator Lisa DiMarzo.
This historic estate in the heart of the Hudson Valley is open to visitors! The house, built in the early 1800s, is considered to be one of the finest examples of Federal-style architecture in the country. Take a docent-led tour of the mansion and spend time wandering the 60-acre property, including rose and herb gardens.
Get grooving with songs, music and dance with Flor Bromley, bilingual recording artist, actress, singer/songwriter, storyteller and puppeteer!
Take a deep dive into modern ocean exploration in this brand new exhibition at the American Museum of Natural History! Highlights include a virtual ride in a submersible into the shadowy depths and a magnetic sand table where visitors can dig trenches and form islands. There are also live marine animals such as comb jellies, seahorses, pipefishes, and chain catsharks.
This unique New York City destination is open for the season! The 172-acre island in the heart of New York Harbor has something for everyone, from biking, slides, play fountains and hammocks to tours of historic Fort Jay and Castle Williams.
The new exhibit will amaze visitors as they journey through nine galleries breathtakingly eye-to-eye with sharks, rays and hundreds of species of ocean wildlife. As you explore the exhibit, the wondrous world deep below the ocean surface is revealed, whether it is in the Coral Reef Tunnel, The New York Bight or the dark and mysterious Hudson Canyon’s Edge with large sand tiger sharks, sandbar …
Inspired by O’Keeffe’s unique style of representing close-up views of flowers and fruit, children investigate botanical specimens and create art. Play in a Hawaiian sandscape - a sandbox inspired by O’Keeffe’s landscape paintings featuring real shell and rock specimens to uncover. Pot up a tropical ginger cutting to take home and observe its growth! Activities in the Everett …
In addition to the Escher works on display, the exhibition includes scientific experiments, play areas and educational resources that will help visitors of all ages to understand the impossible perspectives, disquieting images and seemingly irreconcilable universes which Escher combined to create a unique artistic dimension.
Gulliver’s Gate is a miniature world, interactive and provides visitors with a birds eye view The Beatles performing outside of Buckingham Palace, Nessie rising up out of Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands, and watch in awe as planes take off in the Gulliver’s Gate airport. At the end of the tour, visitors can even have a miniature 3D version printed out and placed in the displays …
Childhood wonder and the loving bond between children and their "imaginary" friends are on display at the Westchester Children’s Museum. This new exhibit in the art gallery features original illustrations by artist George H. Lewis. The artwork is from the forthcoming book “Arthur and Bun-Bun: Adventures With Tut.”
This pint-sized paradise is designed for our youngest visitors, featuring nine different sensory play areas including water, sand, music, dress up, blocks, and more. Totally Tots is for children ages zero to 6.
See the charming, picturesque estate of America’s “Founding Father of Literature” nestled along the Hudson riverbank. Hear about Washington Irving’s storied past and how he came to be America’s first internationally famous author, known for characters from the Headless Horseman to Rip Van Winkle.
Visit Squirt, a rescued baby loggerhead sea turtle, before his year-long stay at The Maritime Aquarium ends! Squirt has been staying in the Sea Turtle Nursery but is scheduled to be returned to the ocean off North Carolina on October 14.
The City Parks Foundation presents the original marionette play based on J.M. Barrie’s iconic Peter Pan tales. This version is a spin on the beloved children’s classic. Leaving their parents behind, the Darling children follow Peter Pan back home to Neverland for the adventure of a lifetime. When the cunning Captain Hook turns Peter’s pals Tiger Lily and Tinker Bell against him, the …
Putt your way through a nine-hole miniature golf course that teaches the science of spaceflight. Players will explore key science concepts such as propulsion, gravity, escape velocity, launch window, gravitational assist, and more.
The nation’s largest science playground features 60,000 square feet of exhibits for children of all ages. Slides, seesaws, climbing webs, a water play area, drums, mirrors, sand boxes and more allow kids to explore science by playing - Weather permitting