Bastille Day 2017 on 60th Street
Enjoy an afternoon of French food, culture, and entertainment in celebration of Bastille Day during this unique Manhattan street fair! Take a trip to East 60th Street, between Lexington and 5th Avenues, on Sunday to experience everything the French have to offer. While kids taste delicious French delicacies like crêpes, éclairs, macarons, and more, parents can sample a selection of cheeses, beers, and cocktails. Plus, watch dance and live musical performances, take part in face painting, arts and crafts, and much more–it’s guaranteed fun for the entire family!
Hudson RiverFlicks' Family Fridays At Pier 46 In Hudson River Park
Spend your Friday evenings this summer at Pier 46 for Hudson RiverFlicks’ Family Fridays! These outdoor movie screenings are all kid-friendly and the majority of the films are rated G or PG. This year’s selections are “The Secret Life of Pets,” “Trolls,” 1971’s “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,” “Kubo and the Two Strings,” “Sing,” “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” and “The Karate Kid.” Free popcorn will be served. Snacks and beverages will be available for sale.
Eloise's Rawther Fancy Party At New-York Historical Society
In celebration of the opening of its newest exhibit, “Eloise at the Museum,” the New-York Historical Society is throwing a “rawther” fancy party! The afternoon will feature Eloise-themed crafts, story times, and mad libs. All ages are welcome.
Vintage Bus Bash On Governor's Island
The New York Transit Museum’s Vintage Bus Bash on Governors Island provides the perfect opportunity to introduce children to vintage city buses. This fest will feature four of the museum’s buses from the ’40s and ’50s, including one of the first air-conditioned buses in the nation–bus 3100–the same model that Jackie Gleason’s character Ralph Kramden drove in “The Honeymooners,” and more.
Math Metropolis: The New York Math Festival
Join the National Museum of Mathematics for the first-ever New York Math Festival! This all-ages event will feature outdoor MoMath exhibits, math games, puzzles, and more. Mathematician and mime Tim Chartier and juggler John Chase will entertain fest-goers throughout the day. Math snacks will be available for purchase from Proof Café.
Viva Mexico! A Bailar With Calpulli Mexican Dance Company At CMOM
Come explore an exciting genre of dance with Calpulli Mexican Dance Company. The afternoon will include workshops and performances as well as introductions to some of the basic movements of Mexican dance.
Graphic Novel Event At Books Of Wonder
For some kid readers, illustrations are the best part of a book. Books of Wonder will be hosting a Graphic Novel Event with New York Times best-selling authors and award winning illustrators. Come see some of today’s most popular graphic novels like “Spill Zone,” “Fish Girl,” and “The Time Museum,” and meet the people behind them.
"Everything About A Day (Almost)" At The TADA Youth Theater
Now the whole family can experience and remember a day in the life of a kid while viewing “Everything About a Day (Almost)” at The TADA Youth Theater. The show, written and conceived by Emmanuel Wilson, is sure to be a fun and exciting time for kids and parents alike! Dates and times vary see website for details.
4th Annual Louis Armstrong's Wonderful World Festival In Flushing Meadows Coronoa Park
Flushing Meadows Corona Park was home to iconic jazz musician Louis Armstrong for more than twenty years and is now home to the 4th Annual Louis Armstrong’s Wonderful World Festival. This years lineup, created by bandleader Jon Batiste, will feature jazz performances as well as other musical genres including freestyle rap to celebrate Armstrong’s belief that “you gotta listen to all types of music.” Be sure to check out the “Backyard Bash” for a family area and food court.
The Classical Theatre Of Harlem: "The Three Musketeers" In Marcus Garvey Park
The classic tale of “The Three Musketeers” is coming to Marcus Garvey park as part of The Classical Theatre of Harlem. Bring the kids and watch as the four iconic hero’s use courage, unity, and bravery to protect the ones they love. This show is sure to be all for one and one for all!