Check out our pictures from CCBF's American Girl party!
Thu Mar 8
On Tuesday, March 6, young ladies flocked to the three-story American Girl Place in midtown (dolls in tow) for a special fund-raising party sponsored by the Children's Cancer & Blood Foundation. During the event, kids, who had private access to the entire store, took their dolls to be pampered at the Doll Hair Salon, sampled yummy (not to mention very pretty) hors d'oeurvres and desserts, went on a scavenger hunt and, most important, posed for pictures with their friends, dolls and family. Scroll through our party pictures for an inside look at the fun!
Registration for the NYC Parks Experience Summer Day Camp begins on Friday, March 9 at 9am
Thu Mar 8
Want to score your kid a spot in this year's NYC Parks Experience Summer Day Camp? Registration for the lottery for the afforable program ($500 for seven weeks) begins on Friday, March 9 at 9am; it ends on Monday, March 12 at 11:59pm. (Click here for more details.) At that point, parents will receive an email letting them know the results of the lottery. For more camp options, check out our ultimate guide to camps in and around the NYC area, including a comprehensive package on sleepaway camps.
The best things to do this week for NYC kids: March 5--9
Mon Mar 5
Monday 5Get lost in a stunning sea of orchids at the New York Botanical Garden's . Tuesday 6Explore American Girl Place, check out the doll hair salon, go on a scavenger hunt and meet with a personal shopper at the . Wednesday 7Play games and participate in activities to encourage early literacy at the Brooklyn Public Library and Read, Play, Grow's . Thursday 8Make your own orange juice, have a dinner of hummus and pita, and dress up in an Israeli costume at the Museum of Jewish Heritage's . Friday 9Take in a series of kid-friendly films and shorts at the .
Check out our pictures from Greenland Children's Day!
Mon Mar 5
NYC kids learned a thing or two about the High Arctic at Scandinavia House last weekend during Greenland Children's Day. Over the course of the day, participants had an introduction to Kalaallisut (Greenland's official language), made masks, listened to music, watched movies and more. Scroll through our pictures to see if you can spot your kid in the crowd, then check out our other photo albums from family events around the city!
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