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    Time Out Kids Big Sex Talk has been canceled

    Thu Nov 12

    Due to scheduling issues, Time Out Kids Big Sex Talk event on November 18th has been canceled. We regret any inconvenience this has caused.

    FREE winter tennis classes!

    Thu Nov 12

    Looking for a winter activity for your kids that doesn't involve the word "ice"? The New York Junior Tennis League has your solution: The organization is offering tennis classes for kids of all ages on weekends. The cost? Nada. A few caveats: You'll have to wake up before the sun rises (most sessions start at 6am!) and you must register in person. However, there are locations in every borough and plenty of opportunities for free play against other local tennis tots. The program just began, and runs through March; see nyjtl.org for locations and schedules. Game on!

    Take the kids to see Michael Albert's art in Long Island City

    Wed Nov 11

    If you missed last week's kid-friendly gallery openings , don't fret. We just got word that Long Island City gallery Matted (46-36 Vernon Blvd between 46th and 47th Aves) will be hosting a child-friendly soiree on November 19 at 7pm. The shindig will celebrate a new exhibition of collages by pop artist Michael Albert . All the works featured are examples of Albert's signature "cerealism" technique, which he describes as a cross between Picasso's Cubism and Warhol's pop. Albert actually uses pieces of detergent and cereal boxes to create collages with historical, literary, musical and geographical themes. While your tykes browse the playful show, they can sip on beverages from Albert's other business, Sir Real Juices , an organic juice company that's headquartered here in New York. There's also a (semi) educational reason to attend: At 7pm, Albert will honor the 146th anniversary of the Gettysburg address by reciting the famous speech at the exact time Lincoln...

    Wednesday's pick of the day: Meet author Margaret Hyde

    Wed Nov 11

    Head to the Tribeca Barnes & Noble today for a reading by the author of the Mo's Nose series, Margaret Hyde. Her latest installation, Mo Smells the Holidays , focuses on the hard-to-learn lesson that giving is better than receiving, which can serve as a gentle reminder as the present-giving—and greed-inducing—season approaches. Looking for more Veteran's Day fun? Check out our roundup of events to celebrate the holiday with your family.

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    Embrace the warmth at this splashable outdoor play...

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