South Street Seaport Museum announces Crew and Cargo, a series of 45-minute activities being offered February 22–26, 2023, at 10am & 11am daily. Families are invited on board the 1885 tall ship Wavertree to participate in hands-on activities that explore the fascinating world of 19th century trans-Atlantic sailors. These dynamic activities invite kids agesContinue Reading

Past Production TADA! Youth Theater Princess Phooey 2015 Cast. Photo Credit: Chad David Kraus Princess Phooey, an original musical, is not your typical fairy tale, and Phooey is not your typical princess. She doesn’t want to curtsy, smile, or be rescued by a Prince (although he tries), because she can rescueContinue Reading

Ice Theatre of New York (ITNY) announces 2023 New Works and Young Artists Series (NWYAS) outreach programming at Wollman Rink, Denny Farrell Riverbank State Park Ice Rink, and rinks in Prospect Park and Long Island City. Each year through NWYAS, ITNY brings free ice dance performances and ice skating lessons to New YorkContinue Reading

Save The Date! Tuesday, March 21, 2023 The Broadway League announced today that Kids’ Night on Broadway® will return to New York City on Tuesday, March 21, 2023. Participating shows will be announced and tickets will be available for purchase at a later date. To learn more and be the first to knowContinue Reading

South Street Seaport Museum celebrates the Lunar New Year with a weekend of free events on January 21 & 22, 2023 at 12 Fulton Street, NYC. Start the weekend with an inspiring Chinese Lion Dance on the cobblestones on Saturday at 12:30pm as part of the neighborhood’s annual Lunar New Year festivities, thenContinue Reading

First-Ever Children’s Museum In The Bronx… A Destination for All New Yorkers! The brand-new Bronx Children’s Museum is a 13,650-square-foot permanent space in the South Bronx, featuring site-specific art installations and interactive exhibits where families can play, learn and connect to the Bronx – its natural and cultural resources – through dramatic role-play, art, and scientificContinue Reading