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Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

Mid-winter break may be short this year for public school students, but there are still tons of fun activities to keep kids busy during the 2013 recess.

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    Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    Around the World with CMA: Arty Gras Festival & Parade

  • Photograph: Michael Falco, Courtesy of the SI Borough President's Office

    Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    Family Cicada Day at the Staten Island Museum

  • Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    Harlem Globetrotters "You Write the Rules" World Tour

  • Images courtesy the Guggenheim

    Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    Motonaga Sadamasa, "Work (Water)" in "Gutai: Splendid Playground" at the Guggenheim

  • Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    Saturday Morning 3-D Printing Class

     

  • Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    Intrepid Kids Week

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    Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    IndieCade East at Museum of the Moving Image

     

     

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    Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    "Avatar: The Exhibition"

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    Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    MAD Family Fun Day

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    Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    Made in New York Weekend

     

     

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    Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    Ripley's Believe It or Not "Historic" Cheese Carving

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    Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    Great Backyard Bird Count

  • Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    Happy Birthday, Clifford!

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    "Curous George: Let's Get Curious"

     

     

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    Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    Amorama

  • Ignacio Uriarte

    Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    Family Art Workshop: Ignacio Uriarte

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    Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    The Not-Its

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    Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    R&R: Shabbat at the JCC

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    Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    My Mom Is Trying to Ruin My Life

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    Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    Presidents in Residence at the New-York Historical Society

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    Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    Bunnicula

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    Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    2013 Animation Celebration! Looking North

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    Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    "Gravity and Grace: The Monumental Works of El Anatsui" at the Brooklyn Museum

  • Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    Literally Alive's Beauty and the Beast

  • Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    Family Performance: English Sword Ale

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    Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    "Face to Face" at the Children's Museum of the Arts

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    Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    Family Art Project: Desert Under Glass

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    Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    The Mark of Zorro

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    Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    Show Way

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    Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    City Bakery's Hot Chocolate Festival

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    Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    Sesame Street Live: Elmo's Super Heroes

  • Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    "Living In Sequence"

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    Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

    The Prince & The Magic Flute

Photograph: Grace Chu

Mid-winter break: Best things to do over Presidents' Day weekend

Around the World with CMA: Arty Gras Festival & Parade

After Hurricane Sandy forced New York City public schools to close down for a week or more last fall, the Department of Education shortened the 2013 mid-winter break from a week to two days—a big disappointment for many kids and their parents! Nevertheless, we've found plenty of reasons to be excited for mid-winter break this year, including all-star performances at Intrepid Kids Week, a brand-new Avatar exhibit at Liberty Science Center, museum family days, Lunar New Year parades, CMA's Mardi Gras celebration and Presidents' Day activities that honor our country's commanders-in-chief. Plus, we found lots of fun mid-winter break camps that'll expose kids to cooking, writing, sports and performing arts during their time away from school. Have a great four-day weekend!

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Saturday, February 16

Around the World with CMA: Arty Gras Festival & Parade

  • Price band: 1/4

At this Mardi Gras celebration, kids use recycled materials to make masks, feather hats and noisemakers to wear during a festive parade. The Red Hook Ramblers and Dan Reitz will lead the parade in a march through the museum at 11:30am, 1:30pm and 3:30pm. Thanks to event partner Two Boots pizzeria, the day will also feature a free pizza snack. All ages.

  1. Children's Museum of the Arts 103 Charlton St, between Greenwich and Hudson Sts, 10014
  2. Until Sat Feb 16
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Family Cicada Day: Opening Celebration

Families are invited to learn about all things cicada, from why some bugs have a 17-year life cycle to why they're back this spring, at this opening day fete for the exhibition "They're Baaack! Return of the 17-year Cicadas." On the roster are a Jr. Science Club installment (10am; $8; reservations recommended), insect headgear and origami workshops (1–4pm), a cicada talk (2pm), a stop-animation puppet film called Cicada Princess (1:30, 3pm) and a bug-themed raffle at the gift shop. All ages.

  1. Staten Island Museum 75 Stuyvesant Pl, at Wall St
  2. Until Sat Feb 16
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Harlem Globetrotters "You Write the Rules" World Tour

  • Price band: 2/4

Be a part of the action at this unique basketball game! Before the game, kids visit harlemglobetrotters.com and vote for a new, wacky rule the players must follow. Afterward, tots can stick around to get an autograph and take a photo with their favorite court stars. All ages.

  1. Prudential Center 165 Mulberry St, between Edison Pl and Lafayette St
  2. Until Fri Feb 14
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Family Tour and Workshop: "Gutai: Splendid Playground"

Don't miss this chance to tour "Gutai: Splendid Playground," the new installation in the Guggenheim's rotunda, with two Japanese artists with ties to the Japanese avant-garde arts collective Gutai. Matsutani Takesada and Horio Sadaharu will lead families in a participatory, Gutai-esque art workshop after illuminating the playful show, which itself is chock-full of interactive treats. Ages 4 to 12.

  1. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum 1071 Fifth Ave, at 89th St, 10128
  2. Until Sat Feb 16
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Kids' Saturday Morning 3D Printing Class

  • Price band: 1/4

This weekend workshop lets kids explore the technology behind 3-D printing. School-age tots can drop in for any number of sessions through the end of 2013, where they’ll learn the basics of Tinkercad and print mini versions of their designs. Ages 5 to 18.

  1. MakerBot Store 298 Mulberry St, between E Houston and Bleeker Sts, 10012
  2. Sat Feb 16 - Sat Dec 28
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Intrepid Kids Week

The West Side vessel sponsors nine days of kid-friendly activities, including special themed events like Under the Big Top Weekend (Feb 16 and 17), featuring Ringling Bros. performers; Science Meets Science Fiction Day (Feb 18), with a special Gazillion Bubble Show and a demonstration by a NASA scientist; and On Broadway (Feb 19), with performances by cast members from Peter and the Starcatcher, Annie, and Cinderella. The rest of the week features Intrepid Ports of Call Day (Feb 20–22), where kids travel around the world to each of the Intrepid's ports, and Sports n' Games Weekend (Feb 23 and 24), with appearances by the New York Jets and Rangers. Ages 7 to 17.

  1. Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum Pier 86, Twelfth Ave, at 46th St
  2. Sat Feb 22
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IndieCade East

  • Critics choice

The preeminent independent gaming festival, previously a West Coast–only affair, brings a family-friendly lineup of talks, workshops and playable games to the Museum of the Moving Image. Gamers will get to meet influential creators, present their own homemade programs and play more than 20 games, including stylish adventure Thirty Flights of Loving and workaday drone-pilot simulator Unmanned. The museum’s current exhibit, “Spacewar!: Video Games Blast Off,” is also open, and competitive button-mashers can sign up to test their skills on ten arcade classics during a festival-long tournament. Ages 3 and up.

  1. Museum of the Moving Image 36-01 35th Ave, at 37th St, 11106
  2. Fri Feb 15 - Sun Feb 17
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"Avatar: The Exhibition"

Fans of Avatar (2009), director James Cameron's now legendary film (it's the highest-grossing theatrical release of all time), won't want to miss this exhibition on the whys and hows of its creation. Savvy kids will learn about motion capture and 3-D technologies via interactive installations and original props from the movie. Ages 8 and up.

  1. Liberty Science Center 222 Jersey City Blvd, between Philip and Wilson Sts
  2. Sat Feb 16 - Sun May 19
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MAD Family Fun Day

This year's Museum of Arts and Design bash, its biggest family event of the year, is inspired by the museum's exhibition "The Art of Scent" and designed to heighten consciousness about the science of olfaction, the complexity of the sense of smell and the art of perfume creation. In the International Flavors and Fragrances lab, kids will learn such concepts as top, middle and bottom notes, then choose and layer scents to make (and also name) their own fragrances. Tours of the museum are included in the workshop price. All ages.

  1. Museum of Arts & Design 2 Columbus Circle, at Broadway
  2. Until Sat Feb 16
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Made in New York Weekend

  • Price band: 1/4

The Museum of the City of New York is celebrating Presidents' Day Weekend with two days of "Made in New York"-themed fun. Tots can take curator-led tours of the museum's exhibits like "Activist New York" and "Designing Tomorrow," and watch the 28th Annual New York Sword Dance Festival (Feb 16 at 1pm). If tykes need an energy boost, they can nibble on local artisan treats like gourmet popcorn from Ovenly and wash it down will all-natural P&H Soda. All ages.

  1. Museum of the City of New York 1220 Fifth Ave, between 103rd and 104th Sts
  2. Sat Feb 16 - Sun Feb 17
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Meet James and Oliver Phelps at "Harry Potter the Exhibition"

Harry Potter aficionados get the chance to snag an autograph from James and Oliver Phelps, the British actors who played the Beasely twins in the HP film series. They'll be meeting and greeting their fans on three separate occasions inside "Harry Potter: The Exhibition." All ages.

  1. Discovery Times Square 226 W 44th St, between Seventh and Eighth Aves
  2. Sat Feb 16 - Tue Feb 19
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Ripley's Believe It or Not! Times Square: "Historic" Cheese Carving

  • Price band: 2/4

In honor of President's Day Weekend, master cheese carver Sarah Kaufmann will pay homage to past Commanders-in-Chief by sculpting their likeness from a block of cheddar. With 160 pounds of cheese at her disposal, Kaufmann will host a two-day demonstration, turning Mount Rushmore into "Mount Ripley's": a 6-foot long dairy sculpture of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln. If you hear your stomach rumbling during the demonstration, don't worry—there will be cheese samples. All ages.

  1. Ripley's Believe It or Not! Odditorium 234 W 42nd St, between Seventh and Eighth Aves
  2. Sat Feb 22
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Great Backyard Bird Count

  • Price band: 1/4

Half walk, half scavenger hunt, this annual event brings children and adults together to tally up the red-tailed hawks, robins and pheasants that call the garden home. Ages 5 and up.

  1. Queens Botanical Garden 43-50 Main St, at Dahlia Ave
  2. Sat Feb 15
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Flushing Lunar New Year Parade

  • Critics choice
  • Free

This annual jaunt travels through Queens’ Chinatown, which rivals Manhattan’s in population and hosts a Lunar New Year parade that's actually three years older than Manhattan's. Check out traditional Chinese performances, like the dragon dance, with many performers in a long dragon costume mimicking the mythical creature’s movements. Parade begins at Union St and 39th Ave and ends at Main St and 39th Ave. All ages.

  1. Various locations
  2. Until Sat Feb 8
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28th Annual Half Moon New York Sword Ale

  • Price band: 1/4

English sword dancing is an old winter tradition performed in the farming regions of Northern England. Join the Half Moon Sword of New York City and 11 other English folk dance groups and celebrate winter the English way. All teams perform at the South Street Seaport on Saturday and the Brooklyn Museum on Sunday; check halfmoonsword.org for a complete schedule of performances. All ages.

  1. Various locations 200 Eastern Pkwy, at Washington Ave
  2. Sat Feb 16 - Sun Feb 17
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Saturday Story Time: Bryan Collier presents Fifty Cents and a Dream

  • Free

Award-winning illustrator Bryan Collier presents his new picture book, Fifty Cents and a Dream, just in time for Black History Month. The book tells the courageous story of Booker T. Washington and his 500-mile journey to earn a college degree. Ages 3 to 8.

  1. Greenlight Bookstore 686 Fulton St, at South Portland Ave
  2. Until Sat Feb 16
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Happy Birthday, Clifford!

  • Free

Scholastic birthday party planners have been busy planning a mega fete in honor of Clifford the Big Red Dog's 50th birthday. Kids are invited to drop by to dance with Clifford, nosh on cupcakes, get their faces painted and make their own birthday hat to wear while getting their photo snapped with the adorable canine. All ages.

  1. Scholastic Store 557 Broadway, between Prince and Spring Sts
  2. Until Sat Feb 16
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"Curious George: Let's Get Curious"

  • Price band: 1/4

Children explore the neighborhood where the mischievous monkey and the Man in the Yellow Hat live, shopping at a sidewalk produce stand, using pulleys to help George hop between apartment windows and climbing the rocket George took on his space adventure. Ages 2 to 8.

  1. Liberty Science Center 222 Jersey City Blvd, between Philip and Wilson Sts
  2. Sat Feb 16 - Sun May 12
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Amorama

  • Free

No Longer Empty, a public art organization, and the Immigrant Movement International take over a 1920s bank in Long Island City for Valentine's Day–themed activities that foster appreciation for the community's immigrant population. After perusing records brought to the U.S. by immigrants, families can explore the international beats by selecting one to spin on a turntable. Then, tots will learn to plant different seeds that are considered "weeds" (but are in fact edible and beautiful) before dressing up for a photo-booth session with their loved ones. Event is located at 29-27 41st Ave. All ages.

  1. Various locations
  2. Until Sat Feb 16
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Family Art Workshop: Ignacio Uriarte

  • Free

Educators from the Drawing Center will lead tots in a discussion about the work of Ignacia Uriarte, and then facilitate art-making activities based on that discussion. Ages 6 to 10.

  1. Drawing Center 3 Wooster Street, between Canal and Grand Sts, 10013
  2. Until Sat Feb 16
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The Not-Its!

  • Price band: 1/4

Seattle's the Not-Its! blend a ’90s power-punk sound with lush, four-part pop harmonies that will take parents back to their show-going days—except the band onstage will be singing about the first day of school and bath time. All ages.

  1. Symphony Space 2537 Broadway, at 95th St, 10025
  2. Until Sat Feb 16
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R&R: Shabbat at the JCC

  • Free

Spend an afternoon of free fun with the JCC in Manhattan! While grown-ups enjoy activities like meditation sessions, film screenings and an cappella concerts, kids can take advantage of the JCC's rooftop playground, plus art projects, circle games, interactive concerts, storytelling and other activities. All ages.

  1. JCC in Manhattan 334 Amsterdam Ave, at 76th St
  2. Sat Feb 16 - Sat Mar 23
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My Mom Is Trying To Ruin My Life

  • Price band: 1/4

Tweens will relate to this coming-of-age musical comedy that pokes fun at motherly quirks. Emma is convinced her mom is trying to ruin her life with her loud talking and constant kisses, but she soon discovers there's more to her mother's affection than that. Ages 9 and up.

  1. WorkShop Theater 312 W 36th St, between Eighth and Ninth Aves, fourth floor , 10018
  2. Sat Feb 16 - Sun Mar 10
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Presidents in Residence!

  • Price band: 1/4

Keep busy during the midwinter break with a weeklong celebration of the country's commanders-in-chief. Tots will search for presidential clues on a museumwide scavenger hunt, create an election button and slogan for their future campaign, and compete in a president-themed quiz for the whole family. All ages.

  1. New-York Historical Society 170 Central Park West, between 76th and 77th Sts
  2. Sat Feb 16 - Tue Feb 19
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Bunnicula

  • Price band: 2/4

This musical tells the story of the Monroe family, who take in an orphaned rabbit only to discover that their adorable new pet may be a vampire. You haven’t seen a bunny so dangerous since Monty Python and the Holy Grail! Get tickets online, by phone, or at the DR2 box office, which opens an hour before every performance. Ages 5 to 12.

  1. DR2 Theatre 103 E 15th St, between Union Sq East and Irving Pl
  2. Fri Feb 15 - Sun Apr 14
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2013 Animation Celebration! Looking North

  • Free

In many American Indian communities, winter is the season for storytelling. In recognition of that tradition, the Smithsonian's film fest showcases storytelling through film, screening animated shorts from Canada's Arctic and Subarctic regions. This year's picks include "The Bear Facts," a reimagining of the first interactions between the Inuit and the Europeans; "How People Got Fire," a blend of Yukon storytelling and rotoscope animation; and "The Owl and the Raven," which explains the legend of how ravens got their dark color. Ages 7 and up.

  1. National Museum of the American Indian Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House, 1 Bowling Green, between State and Whitehall Sts
  2. Wed Feb 13 - Sun Mar 17
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"Gravity and Grace: Monumental Works by El Anatsui"

  • Critics choice

One of the world's preeminent sculptors, Ghanaian-born El Anatsui, gets his first solo exhibition in NYC with this show at the Brooklyn Museum. His massive works, of which 30 are on view, are in equal measure intimate and monumental, as a result of his working methods and the materials he uses, among them found objects made of wood, aluminum and other metals. His best-known works are textile-like swaths of "cloth" fashioned from flattened metal bottle caps that are threaded together with copper wire—malleable works that change shape with each new space they inhabit. Kids are bound to be as inspired as their parents by the artist's cross-cultural yet deeply original vision. All ages.

  1. Brooklyn Museum 200 Eastern Pkwy, at Washington Ave
  2. Wed Feb 13 - Sun Aug 4
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Literally Alive Children's Theatre: Beauty and the Beast

  • Price band: 2/4

This adaptation of the classic children's story features live music, dancing, and unique sets and costumes. Before each performance, tots can participate in a one-hour arts workshop (except on Feb 14), included in the price of the ticket. Ages 3 and up.

  1. Players Theatre 115 MacDougal St, at Minetta Ln
  2. Thu Feb 14 - Sat May 4
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"Face to Face"

This exhibition of 40 works drawn from the CMA's permanent collection focuses on self-portraiture spanning painting, drawing, digital technologies and film. Best of all, interactive installations let kids explore the genre themselves, taking in the shape, sound and texture of portraits, and trying out a photo booth that projects kids' images on the wall, which will stream into a montage that will become part of the museum's permanent collection. During the course of the show, CMA invites aspiring artists to submit their own works to the museum for possible inclusion in the museum's permanent collection. All ages.

  1. Children's Museum of the Arts 103 Charlton St, between Greenwich and Hudson Sts, 10014
  2. Wed Feb 13 - Sun Jun 9
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Family Art Project: Desert Under Glass

  • Price band: 1/4

Youngsters make sketches of the desert-dwelling residents of Wave Hill's Cactus and Succulent House, then make a desert mirage using sand and paint. Ages 5 and up.

  1. Wave Hill W 249th St, at Independence Ave, 10471
  2. Sat Feb 16 - Sun Feb 17
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The Mark of Zorro

  • Price band: 2/4

A trio of actors evokes the quick-footed drama of an action flick, using only minimalistic props and their own physical feats, in this classic tale of the masked outlaw. High-speed horse chases, rooftop battles and forbidden love are sure to keep young adrenaline junkies on the edge of their seats. Ages 7 and up.

  1. New Victory Theater 209 W 42nd St, between Seventh and Eighth Aves
  2. Fri Feb 15 - Sun Feb 24
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Show Way

  • Price band: 2/4

This musical traces the path of African-American history, from slavery to the civil rights movement and the modern day, using the quilts, or “show ways,” sewn and passed down by seven generations of women. This story of bravery and hope is based on the Newbery Honor–winning book by Jacqueline Woodson. Ages 3 to 10.

  1. McGinn/Cazale Theatre 2162 Broadway, at 76th St, fourth floor
  2. Sat Feb 16 - Sun Mar 3
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Hot Chocolate Festival

  • Price band: 1/4
  • Critics choice

Heat-seeking chocoholic families flock to this annual festival, where City Bakery owner Maury Rubin serves a different flavor of his intoxicating cocoa every day during the month February. (Previous year’s highlights have included electic flavors like banana peel, spicy fig and even beer.) Another favorite: Sunken Treasure, an indulgent cup with submerged caramel coins and chocolate truffles. Want a hot chocolate fix before February? Stop by any day of the week for the shop's delicious milk chocolate and dark chocolate varieties. All ages.

  1. City Bakery 3 W 18th St, between Fifth and Sixth Aves, 10003
  2. Until Thu Feb 28
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Sesame Street Live: Elmo’s Super Heroes

  • Price band: 2/4

Elmo and friends must team up to promote a healthy lifestyle when Super Grover, Sesame Street’s resident superhero, loses his “superness.” But with healthy exercise, nutrition, sleep and hygiene—plus health-themed renditions of songs like “Old MacDonald” and “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star”—he may just get his powers back. Show up an hour early for the free Sesame Street Play Zone, which allows kids to explore their favorite neighborhood before the show. Ages 6 and under.

  1. Theater at Madison Square Garden 4 Pennsylvania Plaza (Seventh Ave), between 31st and 33rd Sts
  2. Wed Feb 13 - Mon Feb 18
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"Living in Sequence"

  • Price band: 1/4
  • Critics choice
  • Free

Little superhero fans may be obsessed with Batman, but what they might not know is that Bob Kane, Bill Finger and Jerry Robinson created the Dark Knight of Gotham, along with Robin and the Joker, while sitting on a bench in Poe Park. At the "Living in Sequence" exhibit, kids will check out Batman's birthplace and learn about comic book illustrations, from the golden age through the art form's modern iterations in the Bronx. All ages.

  1. Poe Park E 192nd St, between Grand Concourse and E Kingsbridge Rd
  2. Tue Feb 12 - Sat Mar 9
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The Prince & The Magic Flute

  • Price band: 1/4

This marionette-based production of Mozart's classic opera—about a prince and a bird-catcher who attempt to rescue a princess using enchanted bells and a magic flute—features simple songs adapted from the original score. Ages 3 and up.

  1. Puppetworks 338 Sixth Ave, at 4th St
  2. Sat Feb 16 - Sun Mar 24
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