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  • Calendar

    JazzReach: “Yes Indeed” In Madison Square Park

    Introduce the kids to American blues music during JazzReach’s “Yes Indeed!” program. This one-hour interactive performance will showcase the Southern... [more]

    SummerStage Kids: Janice Marie Robinson’s Melodic Magic In Alfred E. Smith Park

    Join Janice Marie Robinson's interactive vocal performance, where your kids will be able to sing along and dance to fun melodies.... [more]

    Rhythm And Sound At Yorkville Library

    Practice playing the drums up onstage with professional percussionists at Rhythm and Sound, hosted by New York Public Library's Summer... [more]

    Animation Block Party At BAM

    Make it a cartoon weekend when you visit the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) for its 12th annual Animation Block... [more]

    Midtown International Theatre Festival: “Rock N’ Roll Mother Goose” At Davenport Theatre

    The 16th annual Midtown International Theatre Festival is here! Bring your family to see "Rock N' Roll Mother Goose," an... [more]

    Complete the Cityscape! At The Museum Of The City Of New York

    Check out the exhibition "Saving Place: Fifty Years of New York City Landmarks" at the Museum of the City of New... [more]

    Summer Streets 2015

    Beginning this Saturday, the streets along Park Avenue from the Brooklyn Bridge to Central Park will be closed to car... [more]

    National Parks Weekend At The Bronx Zoo

    Celebrate the beauty of our national parks at the Bronx Zoo this weekend! All ages can participate in bird watching... [more]

    Hindu Lamp Ceremony In Brooklyn Bridge Park

    Immerse yourself in some fun, cultural traditions! See a traditional Hindu Aarti ceremony–a religious ritual worship where lights are offered to... [more]

    Family Sunday With The Mets At Citi Field

    Batter up! Bring the family to Citi Field this Sunday to watch the Mets take on the Washington Nationals. As... [more]

    Boogie On The Boulevard: Summer Sundays

    The Bronx Museum presents "Boogie on the Boulevard: Summer Sundays" where the center lanes of the Grand Concourse from 161st... [more]

    Bark In The Park at MCU Park

    Take your dog to a ballgame! The Brooklyn Cyclones invite baseball fans to bring their dogs to the annual "Bark... [more]

    Nature’s Fury Exhibit At American Museum Of Natural History

    It’s difficult to understand why there are earthquakes, volcanoes, tornadoes, and hurricanes on our planet. In Nature’s Fury: The Science... [more]

    “Hunger Games: The Exhibition” At Discovery Times Square

    Young Katniss Everdeen devotees will not want to miss “Hunger Games: The Exhibition,” at Discovery Times Square. This immersive exhibit invites... [more]

    “Spiders Alive!” Exhibit At The American Museum Of Natural History

    Did you know that spiders evolved more than 300 million years ago? For the bravest of little learners, the American... [more]

    Nature’s Fury Exhibit At American Museum Of Natural History

    It’s difficult to understand why there are earthquakes, volcanoes, tornadoes, and hurricanes on our planet. In Nature’s Fury: The Science... [more]

    Water To Paper, Paint To Sky At The Museum Of Chinese In America

    To celebrate the Museum of Chinese in America's 35th anniversary, MOCA presents its new exhibit, "Water to Paper, Paint to... [more]

    “Alice: 150 Years Of Wonderland” At The Morgan Library & Museum

    Fans of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland will love the “Alice: 150 Years of Wonderland” exhibit at the Morgan.... [more]

    Nature’s Fury Exhibit At American Museum Of Natural History

    It’s difficult to understand why there are earthquakes, volcanoes, tornadoes, and hurricanes on our planet. In Nature’s Fury: The Science... [more]

    “The Helpers Of The Secret Annex” At The Anne Frank Center USA

    On the 70th anniversary of the end of WWII in Europe, the Anne Frank Center's latest exhibition, "The Helpers of... [more]

    Water To Paper, Paint To Sky At The Museum Of Chinese In America

    To celebrate the Museum of Chinese in America's 35th anniversary, MOCA presents its new exhibit, "Water to Paper, Paint to... [more]

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