Tue Apr 8 2014
Photograph: courtesy Tribeca Film Festival
Saturday, April 19
Skip indoor theaters and grab seats for outdoor screenings under the stars! Find a seat early to jump in on Disney-themed trivia, a Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious spelling bee and more; then settle in to watch the classic musical film Mary Poppins (Apr 17). Celebrate the 30th anniversary of Ron Howard's Splash with a special appearance by the Tails of Glory dancers before the movie (Apr 18). Finally, gear up for World Cup 2014 with a world premiere screening of soccer documentary Next Goal Wins, plus virtual soccer drills and live entertainment from Samoan drummers (Apr 19). Facepainting, food trucks and more are on offer during all screenings. Programs begin at 6pm and screenings start at 8:15pm. All ages.
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Basket-toting tots can search for hidden eggs in the Arboretum's crabapple orchard during QBG's first-ever egg hunt. The fun continues with old-fashioned games and (move over, Easter Bunny!) a visit from the garden's mascot, Flora the Flower. Pre-registration required. All ages.
Bring your budding artist to this interactive workshop where he can learn to mix colors and create a colorful picture. Reservations suggested. Ages 2 to 6.
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El Museo del Barrio's free family programming every third Saturday of the Month presents gallery tours and art workshops centered around a different theme each month. In February, celebrate the traditional Caribbean and Latin American Carnaval with music and dance workshops (2/15). This March, explore the world around you through art making and storytelling (3/15). Enter the magical world of libros at a book fair this April (4/19), and fete the return of spring with a block party blowout in May (5/17). R.S.V.P. recommended. All ages.
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