September events calendar for kids in NYC

Check out our September events calendar for kids to find the best festivals, performances and more events for kids

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The summer's out of reach, but there's no reason to sulk (especially when fall festivals and fairspumpkin picking near NYC and other harvest happenings are on the horizon).

There are so many amazing kids' events taking place throughout the city that your crew will be more than willing to swap the bathing suit for a cozy sweater (and pumpkin-spiced treat). Check out our September events calendar for kids and get ready to plan a fun outing!

Summer? Oh, that's so last season! 

RECOMMENDED: Full NYC events calendar for families 

(Psst, parents: We won't tell your kiddos that you're scoping out our back-to-school guide.) 

September 2019 events calendar for kids

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News, Art

"The Art of the Brick"

The blueprint to a great museum adventure certainly includes "The Art of the Brick." Budding engineers and artists will be equally enthralled by the masterpieces Nathan Sawaya has intricately crafted with over 1,000,000 toy blocks. (No, that number is not a typo.) Venture to one of your favorite kids' museums, the New York Hall of Science, beginning Sept 28 for a glimpse at this record-breaking exhibit. Visitors who love dinosaur activities will gawk at the artist's 20-foot t. rex, which is comprised of over 80,000 pieces alone. Creative youngsters who participate in fun art classes for kids will enjoy Sawaya's recreation of Van Gogh’s Starry Night and Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. Additionally, photographer Dean West partnered with Sawaya to produce a multimedia collection of LEGO brick-infused photos.

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News, City Life

Climate Strike

Although the new school year has just begun, the Department of Education plans to excuse absences on Friday, Sept 20—for a cause. According to a series of tweets, the DOE supports students who plan to participate in the Climate Strike, a highly anticipated event on NYC's September events calendar. The event will begin at noon on Sept 20 with a rally in Foley Square. Then, participants will march through the Financial District to Battery Park, where a subsequent rally will take place. 

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Things to do

The Battery CampOut

icon-location-pin The Battery, Battery Park
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Spend the night under the stars at the Battery—a final taste of summer before fall swoops in. The popular CampOut is perfect for environmentalists who are looking to stay cozy by the fire with s'mores, stories and a lightning bug show! The Battery Conservancy provides four-person tents, but you must bring your own sleeping bags. The lottery opens Sept 12 at noon. All ages. 

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Things to do

Smorgasburg

icon-location-pin Multiple venues
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The venerable epicurean extravaganza spends Saturdays in Williamsburg and Sundays in Prospect Park. No matter your preference, there's a little something for everyone. While kids can delight in sweets like fried cookie dough, those with a more expansive palate can opt for offerings such as seafood from Lobsterdamus, Boutros' pork shawarma tacos or PopdUp brewed teas, among seemingly hundreds of other dishes. This year, the new Pizza Cupcake and Fluffies Soufflé Pancakes (available Saturdays and Sundays) will be on hand to wow visitors! Note that admission to the food fest is free, but each vendor charges various prices. All ages. 

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Theater, Children's

Galli Theater's September Performances

icon-location-pin Galli Theater, Financial District
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Let your young thespians kickstart fall with a few lovable tales. In The Princess and The Pea, a single prince seems to fail at speed dating, but what happens when the seemingly perfect match ends up at his doorstep? Will the pea test work? Gordy, Perkey and Snoozy are the main stars in The Three Little Pigs who venture out to live on their own. However, when an evil wolf tries to huff, puff and blow their houses down, which one will stand tall? Ages 4 and up.  The Princess and the Pea: Sept 14 and 15 The Three Little Pigs: Sept 21, 22, 28 and 29 

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Things to do, Festivals

Halloween Harvest at Luna Park

icon-location-pin Luna Park, Brooklyn
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Head to Coney Island for some Halloween fun! Luna Park's annual celebration kicks off mid-September and runs on weekends through October with kid-friendly activities and fall fun. Little ones can get their faces painted, ride ponies, participate in arts and crafts, magic tricks, karaoke, games, story time and dance. No need to head to a farm to find your Jack O’Lantern—the park will have a pumpkin patch onsite. Head to Luna Park's website for more event information! All ages.

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Things to do

The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze

icon-location-pin Van Cortlandt Manor,
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There's nothing else quite like the Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze for experiencing the magic and wonder of Halloween with your family. The attraction is set along the beautiful 18th century riverside landscape of Van Cortlandt Manor, and you can stroll along the Pumpkin Promenade to take in thousands of Jack O' Lanterns (all of which are hand-carved)! This delightfully eerie walk is also set to cool sound effects, synchronized light displays and an original soundtrack. Expect to see spiders and snakes, animals of all kinds on this spooky stroll. Be sure to get your tickets early—they sell out fast and required to gain access to the event! Also note that the tickets you purchase are for specific times. All ages.

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Halloween Harvest Festival

icon-location-pin Socrates Sculpture Park, Astoria
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We love a good spooky theme—and good thing, because this year’s Halloween Harvest Festival theme is Fet Gede, the Haitian Festival of the Ancestors! There will be a card readings, mini altars and a special dance and drum performance. Kids can also enjoy some hands-on fun with costume making, face painting and art projects. Dogs are invited to join in the fun with the annual canine costume contest. All ages.

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Theater, Children's

Sesame Street Live! Make Your Magic

icon-location-pin New Jersey Performing Arts Center,
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Elmo loves tricks, illusions and hijinks, but he can’t quite master the art of magic himself...until he elicits the help of his friends. When Sesame Street Live! takes the stage, the red Muppet discovers his own capabilities in the inspiring story, Make Your Magic. For an additional fee, families can join a meet and greet with their kiddos' favorite characters. All ages. 

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Things to do, Concerts

Jewish Museum's Fall 2019 Family Concerts

icon-location-pin The Jewish Museum, Central Park
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To prove that art and music are an unstoppable pair, The Jewish Museum and the the Diller-Quaile Music School will host a six-week program titled "The Sound of Color" for pre-schoolers and families. The program's family concerts are as follows:  The Funky Monkeys: Sept 22 at 11:30am Dan & Claudia Zanes: Oct 20 at 11:30am  Hopalong Andrew Band: Nov 24 at 11:30am Nefesh Mountain: Dec 25 at 11:30am and 2pm 

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Things to do, Quirky events

Parade of Trains

icon-location-pin Brighton Beach, Brooklyn
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No need for a time machine: Hop aboard a vintage train at Brighton Beach station’s B/Q platform for a scenic round-trip excursion that runs through the Ocean Parkway and Kings Highway stations. Then hop on another vintage train from a different era and do the loop again (trains leave every 10 minutes). All you need is a MetroCard. Don’t forget to pack a picnic and your beach gear. All ages. 

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Things to do, Concerts

Jewish Museum's Fall 2019 Family Concerts

icon-location-pin The Jewish Museum, Central Park
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To prove that art and music are an unstoppable pair, The Jewish Museum and the the Diller-Quaile Music School will host a six-week program titled "The Sound of Color" for pre-schoolers and families. The program's family concerts are as follows:  The Funky Monkeys: Sept 22 at 11:30am Dan & Claudia Zanes: Oct 20 at 11:30am  Hopalong Andrew Band: Nov 24 at 11:30am Nefesh Mountain: Dec 25 at 11:30am and 2pm 

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Things to do, Concerts

The Knights: Family Show

icon-location-pin BRIC Arts, Fort Greene
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Erase those preconceived notions about classical music. Thanks to The Knights: Family Show, tots are able to explore how exciting the genre truly is. The one-hour performance provides the opportunity for immersive play and interaction with the musicians, so your little listeners will certainly feel intrigued. All ages. 

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Things to do, Festivals

Dumbo Drop

icon-location-pin Dumbo, DUMBO
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Washington St makes for a very popular photo opp, and now even more so! During Dumbo Drop 2019, thousands of parachuting toy elephants will float down from the sky, all for a good cause: raising funds for Dumbo's local Title 1 schools. Before the 6pm elephant launch, attendees can enjoy a fun block party complete with food, kid-friendly activities and more outdoor fun. After the launch, stick around for Disco Drop at 7:45pm. For a full list of the scheduled events—and ways to help raise funds—please visit dumbo.is. Find the happenings on Washington St between Plymoth and York Sts. All ages.

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Things to do, Performances

New Families, New Traditions

icon-location-pin Museum of Jewish Heritage, Battery Park City
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Kids' musical group Yellow Sneaker will turn to puppet pals to help little event-goers (and their caregivers) embrace Jewish traditions and the importance of family. Note this is a drop-in program from the museum. Ages 4 and under. 

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Things to do, Exhibitions

Arcadia Earth

icon-location-pin 718 Broadway, Downtown
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This is planet Earth like you've never seen her before. NYC's latest immersive installation—located at 718 Broadway—is photo-worthy for a cause: While venturing through 15 rooms of underwater realms and fictional landscapes, "Arcadia Earth" visitors will be able to participate in virtual and augmented reality offerings while learning how our lifestyle choices will impact the future of our planet. Proceeds from all ticket sales will also directly support Arcadia’s educational and charity partner, Oceanic Global. All ages. 

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Things to do

Empire State Building's Reimagined Observatory Experience

icon-location-pin Empire State Building | Manhattan, NY, Midtown West
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NYC's most popular Instagram landmark underwent a renovation that is practically as breathtaking as its views of Manhattan. The $165 million reimagined Observatory Experience at the Empire State Building allows visitors to learn about all aspects of the iconic building: from the moment it was built to its place in pop culture today. Galleries focus on the construction, opening day and everything in between. Catch 70+ screens depicting the building's place in the NYC skyline, see if your favorite celebrity has made a visit and, of course, get a taste of King Kong! Giant ape fingers pierce the wall of a 1930s-themed office. Yikes! All ages. 

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Shopping, Kid's clothes

Rockets of Awesome Pop-Up

icon-location-pin Various locations, Hell's Kitchen
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Might as well send the kiddos back to school in style! Visit the Rockets of Awesome pop-up (133 5th Ave at 20th St) for garments and accessories that are just that: awesome! Choose from backpacks, outerwear and so much more. While visiting, take advantage of in-store activities, including sneaker personalization, manicures, a braid bar and more! All ages. 

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Museums

Science Playground

icon-location-pin New York Hall of Science Playground, Queens
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At the nation's largest science playground, tots learn about technology as they slide and seesaw, climb a giant spiderweb, romp in sand pits and wind their way around big trees. Be sure to bring shoes that can get wet—the water play area is a real highlight of any visit. Note that this feature is weather-permitting. The playground closes at 4pm in November. Ages 6 and up.

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Things to do, Classes and workshops

Parsons Pre-College Academy

icon-location-pin Parsons New School of Design, Greenwich Village
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(SPONSOR CONTENT) Young artists have an opportunity to learn more about their craft during Parsons Pre-College Academy this fall. Participants who sign up for Saturday sessions can select from a variety of programs, including Fashion Design, which helps participants turn their garments from sketches to a reality; Animation Studio, an offering that teaches illustrators how to bring their characters to life and Graphic Design, a program that turns creative pitches into digital masterpieces, courtesy of Adobe Creative Suite. There's no telling what ideas will flourish during this immersive experience. Grades 3–12. 

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Kids

Story Time at Books Are Magic

icon-location-pin Books Are Magic, Carroll Gardens
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Each Saturday and Sunday, this enchanting independant kids bookstore in Cobble Hill hosts a story time. Authors read from their dazzling picture books, that can be incredibly funny, heart-warming, educational or all of the above. Be sure to check out all of the store's unique special events for children and young adult readers, too. Check out the lineup here. All ages.

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Things to do

Brooklyn Public Library’s Exceptional Children’s Resource Fair

icon-location-pin Brooklyn Public Library, Central Branch, Prospect Heights
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Head to the library for an annual event that connects families with health, educational and recreational resources for children and teens with special needs. Attendees will be able to learn about advocacy and self-advocacy. All ages. 

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Theater, Comedy

Blue Man Group

icon-location-pin Astor Place Theatre, Downtown
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  A sea of toilet paper, neon paint splashes and three blue men have kept audiences laughing and amazed in this long-running Off-Broadway hit. Stand by as these other-worldly fellows learn about the environment around them...and make a bit of noise in the process (largely thanks to the large tubs of paint). You'll laugh, you'll catch one of the group members in the audience and you'll love the wonky happenings throughout the performance. If you catch a show in the first row, wear the poncho—chances are you're going to get splattered with something! Ages 5 and up. 

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Gazillion Bubble Show
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Theater

Gazillion Bubble Show

icon-location-pin New World Stages, Hell's Kitchen
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Self-described “bubble scientist” Fan Yang's blissfully disarming act (now performed in New York by his son Deni, daughter Melody and wife Ana) consists mainly of generating a dazzling succession of bubbles in mind-blowing configurations, filling them with smoke or linking them into long chains. Lasers and flashing colored lights add to the trippy visuals.—David Cote   TIME OUT DISCOUNT TICKET OFFER:THE GAZILLION BUBBLE SHOW It will blow you away!!!Tickets as low as $49 (regular price $79) Promotional description: After twenty years as a Master of Bubbles, Fan Yang brought his unique brand of artistry to the Big Apple in 2007 and has since wowed bubble lovers of all ages. The Gazillion Bubble Show truly is a family affair for Fan: His wife Ana, son Deni, daughter Melody and brother Jano all can be found on stage in New York and around the world performing their bubble magic. Audiences are delighted with an unbubblievable experience and washed with a bubble tide; some even find themselves inside a bubble. Mind-blowing bubble magic, spectacular laser lighting effects and momentary soapy masterpieces will make you smile, laugh and feel like a kid again.THREE WAYS TO BUY  TICKETS:1. Online: Click here to buy tickets through Telecharge2. By phone: Call 212-947-8844 and mention code: GBTONYF453. In person: Print this offer and bring it to the New World Stages box officePerformance schedule: Friday at 7pm; Saturday at 11am, 2pm and 4:30pm; Sunday at 12pm and 3pm Running time: 1h

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Theater, Musicals

Stomp

icon-location-pin Orpheum Theater, East Village
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Stomp takes percussion to a whole new level. A small cast of characters makes use of atypical objects—wooden polls, push brooms—to create a unique musical experience. A catchy rhythm, impressive dance moves and laugh-out-loud moments prove why this Off-Broadway show is such a crowd pleaser, even if there isn't any dialogue. Your kiddos might be inspired to take household items and start a jam session of their own! Ages 4 and up.

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Things to do, Exhibitions

“Pixinity: Pop Futurism”

icon-location-pin Various locations, Hell's Kitchen
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A tech and gaming-inspired pop-up from artist Tianyu Qiu, the former creative director behind the whimsical Wonder World installation in Brooklyn, has opened in Soho at 1 York St. With odes to the American Pop Art movement and European Futurism movement, “Pixinity: Pop Futurism” will transport visitors of all ages to a creative universe. Those who swing by will be led through 10 vibrant rooms chock full of sculptures, pixelated pieces, emoji-like figures, digital and gaming icons and computer-inspired work. (Yes, there's even a ball pit!). All ages. 

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Photograph: Courtesy WonderWorld + O Zhang
News, Weird & Wonderful

"WonderWorld NYC"

Head to Williamsburg for a world filled of wonder—literally! After a 2018 stint in Soho, WonderWorld NYC is back for a whole new chapter of stories in a mythical, immersive realm. The photo-worthy spectacle will deconstruct Alice in Wonderland and add exciting new aspects to the experience. The set is characterized by a connected maze of fairytale installations, from ancient Roman times to modern NYC.  Visitors can choose their own tour, from a moon-like celeb experience and a true mushroom escape, to a new mirror room installation with swiveling space-like chairs. The dreamy pastel pink spaces and whimsical decor lend themselves to adorable pics. There is even the WonderWorld signature NYC Apple sanctuary where families can get a flavor for a new urban adventure!

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Things to do, Quirky events

Bronx Zoo Dinosaur Safari

icon-location-pin Bronx Zoo Wildlife Conservation Society | Bronx, NY, The Bronx
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Advertised as the "biggest, most realistic dinosaur ride in America," the new attraction shuttles families (with narration) through a wooded area packed with 40 ultra-realistic (read: gigantic) animatronic dinosaurs. One of the most notable features will certainly be the two towering Tyrannosaurus rex—as well as the vegetarian Omeisaurus that stretches an impressive 60 feet long. And to make things as realistic as possible, the Bronx Zoo teamed up with a paleontologist from the American Museum of Natural History—Don Lessem even served as an advisor on the original Jurassic Park! The experience is topped off with an ADA-accessible fossil dig area for kids to play in, plus some additional dino-themed activities around the zoo. All ages. 

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Photograph courtesy of MacGillivrary Freeman Films.
Movies, Documentary

Apollo 11: First Steps

icon-location-pin New York Hall of Science | Queens, NY, Queens
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Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing with a screening of this 20 minute movie. The whole family will be amazed by the Apollo 11's story, as the filmmakers reconstruct the vessel's preparation, launch and return using never-before-seen footage. After the film, take your future astronauts to check out the museum's Search for Life Beyond Earth exhibition. All ages.

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Museums, Special interest

“Math Unfolded”

icon-location-pin Museum of Mathematics (MoMath), Flatiron
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Things to do, Film events

"Oceans: Our Blue Planet"

icon-location-pin American Museum of Natural History, Upper West Side
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Although the spotlight is oftentimes on the dinosaurs, the Museum of Natural History wants to give patrons a chance to experience life under the waves, too, not just on land during prehistoric times. Thanks to the new film, Oceans: Our Blue Planet, musumer-goers can journey with the OceanX research vessel Alucia as it uncovers what's lurking beneath the sea. This film will be shown daily in the Museum’s Samuel J. and Ethel LeFrak Theater in 2D at 11:30am and 4:30pm, and in 3D at 10:30am and 12:30, 1:30, 2:30 and 3:30pm. The schedule is subject to change. All ages. 

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Movies, Family and kids

'Superpower Dogs 3D'

icon-location-pin New York Hall of Science | Queens, NY, Queens
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The amazing life-saving dogs in this immersive 3D movie are like real-life PAW Patrol pups. Find out the remarkable stories of canines and their human companions who work hard everyday to rescue people in snowy avalanches and off the coasts of warm beaches. There's even a pair of Bloodhound brothers who are helping save endangered species in Africa. 45 minutes. All ages  

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Photograph: Courtesy Scott Frances
Museums, Special interest

“DRIVEN: 007 x SPYSCAPE”

icon-location-pin Spyscape, Midtown West
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NYC's museum dedicated to all-things espionage will soon shed some light on 007. The first James Bond exhibit in New York examines the creativity that went into bringing the movies to life. Car aficionados: You'll be pleased to know that Bond's Aston Martin DB5 will on display. There are also many interactive components to the exhibit: You can check out gadgets and gizmos in the Q's lab, get a behind-the-scenes look at how the Skyfall finale came to be and so much more. All ages. 

Photograph: Courtesy Scott Frances for SPYSCAPE
Museums, Special interest

SPYSCAPE Spy School

icon-location-pin Spyscape, Midtown West
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Think your kid has what it takes to crack the code? Thanks to SPYSCAPE's newly opened Spy School, you'll have a budding FBI agent on your hands. Students in middle school through college are invited to the afternoon program that allows them to make and break WWII codes in themed Encryption mission, detect lies in Deception booths and much more. “We’re thrilled by the success of SPYSCAPE in New York City, and delighted to be able to offer this experience for free to students,” Ian Oldaker, COO of SPYSCAPE New York said in a statement. “We have had a lot of requests for this kind of program and we’re excited about creating new educational offerings as we continue to grow.” Spy School is free with a valid student ID, but attendees t must be accompanied by a paid ticket holder. We'll catch you there...or will we? Middle school–college.   

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Things to do

Family Sundays

icon-location-pin The Rubin Museum of Art, Chelsea
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The museum opens up its doors every Sunday for family-friendly activities revolving around various themes (which switch each month). Not only do little ones get to explore their creativity and learn a bit more about particular topics, but they also can revel in the fact that they can take home their art after a day of working on a masterpiece. In May, the events are focused around the museum's The Power of Intention. After checking out the exhibition, the kiddos can experiment with oils and color to make an expressive original piece. Ages 3 and up.

Photograph: Courtesy City Parks Foundation / Justina Wong
Theater, Puppet shows

PuppetMobile presents "Bessie’s Big Shot"

icon-location-pin Various locations, Hell's Kitchen
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No stage, no problem—the PuppetMobile comes to you! The CityParks' brainchild hits the road beginning May 1 for a spring and summer of performances, workshops and so on. This year, young audiences will be treated to Bessie’s Big Shot, the story of a cow who is willing to try any stunt in order to land a spot in the circus. Visit the City Parks Foundation online to learn when the PuppetMobile is making a pitstop near you! All ages. 

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Theater, Puppet shows

Puss in Boots

icon-location-pin Central Park Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre, Upper West Side
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Fergus Mundingle and his furry companion Puss are making their way to the Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre for a performance of Puss In Boots. In this delightful puppet show, the feline snags a pair of shoes that takes him and his other half on a magical journey. Visit the City Parks Foundation page for any scheduling changes. 

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Theater, Children's

Atlantic for Kids: The Big One-Oh!

icon-location-pin Linda Gross Theater, Chelsea
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Charley Maplewood is about to reach a milestone: He's entering double-digit territory and celebrating the big one-oh! The youngster has never been too keen on grand festivities, considering he only has imaginary monster friends by his side, but that's about to change. In honor of this new chapter, the little one decides to throw himself a House of Horrors-themed bash, but things go awry. Will he be able to make the party a success? Find out in this adorable family musical! Note that the Oct 12 showing is a relaxed performance. Ages 5 and up. 

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Things to do

Kids Silent Disco and Parents Bottomless Brunch Party

icon-location-pin Various locations, Hell's Kitchen
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Whippersnappers, lace up your kicks for one epic dance party! Get decked out in glow-in-the-dark gear, then slip on the special wireless headphones to jam out to one of three DJ-powered stations. Need to refuel? After the dancing, nosh on Katch’s chicken and waffles and other brunch favorites (plus bottomless mimosas for Mom and Dad). This will take place at Katch Astoria 31-19 Newtown Ave in Queens. Ages 5 and up. 

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Things to do, Play spaces

Saturdays Are for Spanish

icon-location-pin Various locations, Hell's Kitchen
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One World Project (302 Vanderbilt St) is looking to bridge the gap between cultures. Come to the Saturday play sessions (for both children and adults) to immerse yourself in the Spanish language by way of outside play, story time, music and other fun activities. Scholarships are available. Register online. Ages 5 and under. 

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