Wondering what to do with the kids this summer? We have some ideas. From this NYC scavenger hunt to these virtual summer festivals, there’s a ton to keep the kids entertained this summer. Scroll down and check out our fave events happening this weekend below!
Hub Park is holding a fundraising campaign, “Origami Kids Challenge” to contribute to eradicate food insecurity and malnutrition problems that American society continues to face. Every photo of a crane you create, they will donate $1 to the organization, Feeding America.
Kids will explore the weekly topic (sharks!) with song and movement, STEM, art, and literacy activities, and themed snacks.
The Neon Museum now offers a 360 Virtual Tour, allowing visitors to “move” freely throughout the Neon Boneyard’s sign collection, exploring more than 130 informational hotspots.
This is not a foreign language immersion class, but it is an opportunity for families who would like to expose their children in a moderate way to another language in a fun, relaxed environment!
Spend a relaxed Sunday afternoon in the comfort of your home and enjoy a one-hour virtual concert of rarely seen performers and performances from TBAAL’s rich archival collection.
Get out and active, while practicing social distancing, by taking a walk on the newly reopened High Line.
Travel to the Great Barrier Reef to swim alongside the brightest and most uniquely shaped coral without leaving your house! Express your care for keeping our coral healthy by painting a vibrant reef habitat on coral forms of wire and upcycled newspaper in this workshop.
Ayodele, a down to earth storyteller, creates work that is rooted in the expression of identity, culture, language, and communication through tap dancing.
The Helpsters are a one-of-a-kind team of vibrant and friendly monsters who love to solve problems for the customers who visit their shop. Whether faced with a challenge like planning a party, climbing a mountain, or mastering a magic trick, the Helpsters can help figure anything out—because every solution starts with a plan.
The Intrepid’s Military Family Programs is going virtual! Join fellow military and veteran families via Zoom for a free interactive program. Explore Intrepid’s historic spaces and find out how crew members celebrated special occasions with their fellow sailors.
There are tons more virtual events on our calendar – be sure to check them out all week long!
– Jesseca Stenson
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