2017 Rubin Block Party: Sounds Of The Street At The Rubin Museum
Join The Rubin Museum this Sunday for its epic Block Party! The museum will celebrate its latest exhibit “The World is Sound” with an afternoon of free family-friendly activities, live performances, and food. Children can get creative with arts and crafts, participate in museum tours and family gallery searches, dance during a silent disco, and relax during an outdoor family yoga session. There will also be performances from The Blue Angels Drumline, poets John Giorno and Tenzin Dickie, and others.
Sprinkler Day At Asphalt Green
This Saturday, get some relief from the summer heat during Asphalt Green’s annual Sprinkler Day. Starting at 1pm, your kids can frolic in the sprinkler spray on the outdoor field of the center’s Upper East Side campus. Don’t forget to bring a towel and be sure to grab a free frozen treat on your way out!
Whitney Kids Summer Family Day At The Whitney Museum
Grab the kids and gain special access to the Whitney during this morning celebration for kids and families! Explore the current “Calder: Hypermobility” exhibit, and enjoy tours, art-making, and a samba performance and dance party.
LC Kids Dance With Dancing Classrooms In Damrosch Park
Whether they are tentative tango-ers or mamba masters, your kids will love this dance class in the park. Dancing Classrooms provides some inspirational teachers and after teaching everyone a few moves, the crowd gets to boogie down together.
City Of Water Day 2017
Hop on a boat during the 10th annual City Of Water Day Festival! This family-friendly event takes place along the New York and New Jersey waterfronts. As the region’s largest harbor festival, the celebrations span from Governors Island to Maxwell Place Park in Hoboken, NJ, and dozens of other locations in the New York Harbor. Enjoy free boat tours on small and large vessels, including tall ships and tugboats; kayak, paddle, and row; and be sure not to miss the children’s activities and Waterfront Activity Fair, which are lots of fun for the whole family.
New York Talking Statues Project At New York Historical Society Museum
Talking statues will be standing outside the museum for all ages to come up and learn about who they are portraying and why they were erected in the city. There will be talking statues of William Shakespeare, Gertrude Stein, and Giovanni da Verrazzano. Even the statue of Frederick Douglass will be giving a special performance!
“Endangered! The Musical” At The Davenport Theatre
In this multi-cultural musical you have a social media savvy reporter and the many international, multi-species, and endangered animals who get trapped at the zoo when a super storm hits. They all work together to save themselves and learn the true meaning of respect.
Celebrate Bastille Day At CMA
With the Fourth of July behind us, it’s time to find a new reason to celebrate. The Children’s Museum of the Arts will be holding a Bastille Day celebration in honor of the French National Day. Children’s workshops inspired by French artists, music, and traditions will take place from 12-6. It’s sure to be c’est magnifique!
Mexican Family Dance At Esplanade Plaza
Celebrate and learn more about Mexican and Mexican-American culture at the Mexican Family Dance at Esplanade Plaza. Join the award-winning Calpulli Mexican Dance Company for traditional dances and colorful native dress. You won’t be able to stop yourself from moving to the rhythm of the lively music during this fun event.
Kidz Bop Kids Tour At Ford Amphitheater On Coney Island
The Kidz Bop Tour is coming to Coney Island! Kids can jam out to todays hottest music, modified and performed by kids just like them. Kidz Bop has been enjoyed by the masses since it’s inception in 2001 and is still cranking out the hits for kids of all ages to enjoy. Ticket prices vary see website for details.