This weekend is full of both in-person events and virtual events for NYC families. Choose from a nature workshop, a pumpkin carving workshop, or a virtual, interactive kids show. Scroll down for more fun weekend ideas for kids!
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The Dumbo Improvement District’s iconic annual fundraising spectacle, the Dumbo Drop—which supports the neighborhood’s Title 1 Schools—will be a three-day long celebration this year, with both virtual and in-person events! Event Details.
Adventure Players Live!’s flagship program delivers music, storytelling and movement designed to involve children ages five to nine, inviting them to the Great Great Forest, an interactive world filled with whimsical characters and wild places. Event Details.
This fun and active yoga class focuses on music and movement. Kids will stretch, shake, shimmy and shuffle! Event Details.
Pop Up Grocer is a traveling pop-up grocery store, showcasing hundreds of products from 150+ of the most innovative and exciting food, beverage, home, pet, and body care brands today. Event Details.
Learn from insects, animals, and even plants, about how nature is nurtured by the habitat it lives in. Use natural materials to build structures of support, creating small shelters that nurture a sense of home. Event Details.
Kids from all over the world will feel like they’re a part of this groundbreaking interactive live event as they hear their names, offer story suggestions, and are called on to help Pete put on a real live show from his NYC apartment. Event Details.
This program will teach students about the influence nature had on our ancestors and on their beautiful cave wall art. Each student will sign their cave paintings the same way ancestors did, plus will also learn about how they created the very first musical instruments and try to recreate them with vegetables! Event Details.
Heralded duo Grammy Award-winner Dan Zanes and jazz vocalist Claudia Zanes will perform a virtual concert for families of all ages featuring timeless folk classics, blues, and other favorites which speak about social justice and coming together as a community for peace. Event Details.
Includes one gutted pumpkin, use of carving tools, pre-made templates and a demonstration on how to create your own design. Leave the mess and take home your own carved pumpkin! Event Details.
For more than 60 years, displays showcasing historic trades, hearth cooking, and living history presentations in period costume have brought the past to life to the delight of visitors. Don’t miss your chance to experience it in person! Event Details.
There are tons more events on our calendar – be sure to check them out all week long!
– Jesseca Stenson
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