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Things to do with kids in NYC this Sunday

Discover the family-friendly events where you can while away your Sunday with the little ones

Sunday, Feb 7

Rubin Museum Family Sundays

Head to the Rubin Museum of Art for this drop-in program inviting families to create art, explore the galleries on special tours and more. Throughout January, kids will learn about sculpture-making and emboss their own metal plaques. During February, they’ll check out the imagery of murals on display and head to the art studio to create wall-sized paintings. Ages 3 and up.

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The Rubin Museum of Art , Chelsea Sunday February 14 2016 - Sunday February 28 2016

Frozen in Ice

Brrr...it’s cold at Skylands Stadium! Head to North Jersey for this freezing attraction featuring 100 tons of ice-sculpture displays. Kids should wear warm clothes to keep cozy as they slide down the 50-foot-long ice slide. Frigid features include a log cabin, horse-drawn carriage, working lighthouse and carved boat all made out of ice! Don’t miss carnival games and on weekends, ice-carving demonstrations and competitions. Come out on Wednesdays for Kids Go Free day where kids under 12 get in free (two kids per paid adult). All ages.

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Skylands Stadium Until Sunday February 28 2016

LC Kids Artists at the Atrium

On the first Saturday of each month, music will fill the air at Lincoln Center's David Rubenstein Atrium! Drop in for free concerts from some of the biggest names in family music, starting off with Brooklyn-based bilingual group, Acopladitos (Oct 3), fun folk band, The Okee Dokee Brothers (Nov 7), and blues-inflected tunes from Jazzy Ash and the Leaping Lizards (Dec 5). After the New Year, look forward to Rabbit Day and Dumplings (Feb 6), The Itty Biddies (March 5), Aaron Nigel Smith (April 2), Mariachi Flor de Toloache (May 7) and Shine and the Moonbeams (June 4). Ages 3–6.

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David Rubenstein Atrium (at Lincoln Center) , Upper West Side Saturday March 5 2016 - Saturday June 4 2016

Arty Facts

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Tots and their guardians are treated to a tour of the collections, a team activity and a crafting session. November’s theme is “Around the World,” in which kids explore how artists take inspiration from their surroundings. In December, kids will view work from artists who incorporate fantasy and magical themes, then discover the ways in which artists combine, transform and rearrange objects and ideas in January. In February, visit the “This Place” exhibition to learn about the connections between home and expression. Kids will observe symbols of powerful figures throughout history in March, explore ways in which artists gather ideas and inspiration from their communities in April and create wearable and usable art in May. Ages 4 to 7.

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Brooklyn Museum , Prospect Park Sunday February 14 2016 - Sunday May 22 2016

“Vikings Exhibition”

Travel back in time to the Viking Age from the 8th to 11th centuries in this historical exhibition. Featuring more than 500 artifacts—many never seen before outside Scandinavia—it immerses visitors in Viking culture and allows them to learn more about Viking family and community, religion and rituals, travel and trade, aristocracy and slavery and the roles of women. As visitors view artifacts like Viking helmets, wrought brooches, gold and silver pendants, the oldest known Scandinavian crucifix and swords, they’ll gain a broader understanding of Norse craftsmanship and Viking mythology. Highlights of the exhibition include the Gokstad II, a replica of a Scandinavian Viking Boat and interactive experiences like excavation of a virtual boat grave and a Scandinavian board game. All ages.

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Discovery Times Square , Midtown West Until Monday September 5 2016
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