With Spring Break, Passover and Easter all happening this week, there’s lots of excitement in the air for the kiddos and luckily lots of great events on tap to match. Start the weekend off with a stress-relieving and fun yoga class for the whole family on Friday night. On Saturday, hunt for Easter eggs at a Clifford story time or make a one-of-a-kind super hero cape at The Children’s Museum of the Arts. On Sunday, you can celebrate Passover with an awesome Freedom Art Jam or introduce your kids to the world of jazz music. If you’re looking for a weekend Easter Egg Hunt, find details on our favorites here and don’t forget to stop by the Brooklyn Children’s Museum to meet Peter Rabbit.

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Uptown

Freedom Art Jam
The Baby Loves Disco DJs are headed to The Jewish Museum for an awesome art and dance party for Passover. Paint a celebratory scene inspired by Chagail’s dancing figures, hear songs from David Grover+Grover’s Gang, create matzah pop art and more. Sun., 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm. UES. Free with museum admission. Ages 3 and older. Event details.

Downtown

Family Friendly Yoga and Veggie Night 
Gather the whole family for a yoga class. You can sweat away the week’s stresses while your kids have fun discovering new poses. Expect an interactive class with make-believe, partner poses, songs and of course, chill-out time to end it all just in time for bedtime. Fri., 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm. Tribeca. Free. All ages. Event details.

Jazz for Kids
Introduce your kiddo to jazz music with this event put on by Amy Cervini. Kids will get to play percussion instruments, learn about the genre and listen to kid-friendly jazz tunes during this interactive afternoon at 55 Bar. There are free snacks too! Sun., 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm. West Village. $5. Ages 2-6Event details.

Make a Super Hero Cape
Zoom into the Children’s Museum of the Arts today and your kid can make her very own super hero cape! Fabric and felt will be provided for kids to create something filled with super powers that they get to wear out of the museum and onto the city streets. Sat., 10:00 am – 5:00 pm. West Village. Free with museum admission. All ages. Event details.

Clifford’s Egg Hunt
Clifford’s Egg Hunt is a BIG RED annual tradition at The Scholastic Store that your little one is sure to love. Stop by in the afternoon to catch a reading of Clifford’s First Easter – it’s happening every hour on the hour from noon til 4:00 pm. Then kids can hunt for eggs hidden throughout the store and indulge in treats and be sure to bring your camera so you can snap a few photos of them with Clifford. Sat., 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm. Soho. Free. All agesEvent details.

Brooklyn

Meet Peter Rabbit
Beatrix Potter’s favorite rabbit Peter is making a special appearance at Brooklyn Children’s Museum. Visit the Museum to meet this very famous rabbit, make crafts and hear a lively reading about the world of Peter Rabbit and his friends in Mr. McGregor’s Garden. Sat., 12:30 pm & 2:00 pm. Crown Heights. Free with museum admission. All agesEvent details.

Will you participate in any holiday activities this weekend?

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— Julie Seguss

Image courtesy of Children’s Museum of the Arts