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Things to do with kids in NYC this Saturday

Kick off your weekend and spend Saturday with the family at the city's best events and activities for kids.

Saturday, February 6

Madison Street to Madison Avenue Lunar New Year Celebration

Stake out a spot along Madison Avenue from 76th St to 54th St to watch a procession of lion dancers and a Chinese dragon ring in the Lunar New Year. At this festival chock full of family entertainment, musical performances and store discounts, kids will enjoy calligraphy demonstrations, face painting and a photo booth. Don’t miss a performance by the New York Eastern Chamber Orchestra and Chinese Face-Changing by Peng Li! All ages.

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06 Feb 2016

The Legends of the Enchanted Treasure

Kids get a healthy dose of fun with a bit of education thrown in at this bilingual show about four kids who find a treasure chest filled with exciting tales of the indigenous people from the North, South and Central America. Learn how people of every culture and place in the world can teach each other about pride, love and acceptance. All ages.

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Until Sat Feb 6

Family Education Day at the Lowline NYC

Family Education Day at the Lowline NYC gives kids and parents the opportunity to explore the future of our city! In 2020, the Lowline is set to open as the city's first underground park, complete with living trees, plants and amazing architectural designs. For the event. CityScience and the Lowline Lab team up for an afternoon of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, math), fun educational activities and a scavenger hunt! Activities are available on a first-come, first-served basis, so get there early.

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06 Feb 2016

Little Bookworms at Nitehawk

A kid-friendly version of adult film series Booze & Books, Little Bookworms invites you and your children for brunch and a flick! Order brunch (yes, there are cocktails available for mom and dad!) and settle in for movies like The Phantom Tollbooth (Feb 6, 7 11:30am), a Valentine's Day screening of The Wizard of Oz (Feb 13, 14 11:30am), Charlotte's Web (Feb 20, 21 11:45am) and Where the Wild Things Are (Feb 27, 28 11:45). Ages 8 and up.

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Nitehawk Cinema , Williamsburg Saturday February 13 2016 - Saturday February 27 2016

Girls Who Mine Workshop

This February, LittleBits will host their first “Girls Who Mine” workshop. They’ll help girls hack their Minecraft experience in new ways by linking LittleBits to Minecraft, plus your kids will have the opportunity to meet other gals who play, share tips and tricks, eat pizza and more. Since this is also a parent-child activity, each Minecrafter requires an adult to be present—one adult can accompany up to three Minecrafters and must stay on site during the workshop. Ages 8–12.

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06 Feb 2016

Passport to Eataly Culinary Tours

Treat the kids to an Italian tour without ever leaving NYC! While parents sip complimentary espresso at the Lavazza café, young foodies will wind through the Eataly marketplace on a quest to get their passport stamped at various culinary stations. Led by an Eataly Ambassador, the tykes will sample offerings from cheese, vegetable, pasta, pizza and gelato areas while learning how each is prepared. Along the way, the kiddos can learn about ingredients, culture and the history of the food, plus pick up on some Italian words and phrases. Prior registration required. Ages 8 to 12.

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Eataly , Flatiron Saturday April 23 2016

LC Kids presents LEO

Though this production stars just one actor, children in the audience are exposed to a wide range of emotions and two different universes during the mind-bending, 65-minute show. The combination of acrobatics, dance, theater and pantomime, plus high-tech video projections, lets kids explore changes in gravity and perception, while the actor is trapped alone in a room. Ages 6 and up.

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Until Sat Feb 6
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