Lincoln Center Education proudly presents Big Umbrella Festival, the first month-long festival focused on artistic programming for children on the autism spectrum. Big Umbrella Festival will feature performances specially designed to accomodate the developmental needs of this particular audience and their familes. All ages.
(SPONSORED) The School at Steps' Pre-Professional program both auditions new students and places current students for the 2018/19 academic year. The School at Steps' Pre-Professional program trains dancers ages 7 to 18 in classical ballet, Horton-based modern, theater dance and jazz in classes led by esteemed professionals. Space is limited, so schedule an audition soon by contacting email@example.com. Ages 7–18.
Springtime has officially bloomed and we can hear the birds chirping, so Wave Hill decided to celebrate the occasion by taking a peek at some Bronx natives in their natural habitat. Glyndor Gallery will display a new exhibit, "Avifauna: Birds + Habitat," which focuses on the birds found on the nature center's grounds or the neighboring Hudson Valley. Various media such as paintings, drawings, photography, video and more will be on display. All ages.
The perfect activity for lovers of putt putt golf and rocketships! At Rocket Park Mini Golf, your golf ball will experience the same principles of physics (like the law of motion and gravity) that a spaceship employs. This nine hole golf course will teach kiddos (and adults alike!) important science concepts like escape velocity, gravitational assist and more. Ages 6 and up.
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. Ages 6 and up.
Young activists and feminists will love exploring this special exhibit at the New-York Historical Society. Check out the signs, sashes, props, hats and more artifacts collected from the hundreds of sister marches that took place across America on January 21, 2017. Girl power at it's finest. All ages.
The American Museum of Natural History’s exhibit explores the microbes, viruses, fungi and other organisms that live inside our bodies. According to the exhibit, our gastrointestinal tract is home to about 100 trillion bacteria and they can be affected by where we live, what we eat and what we touch among other factors. Learn about all about microbial genes and the important work they do to keep us alive. All ages.
Museum of the City of New York is honoring the 50th year anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s death by highlighting the Civil Rights leader's legacy in NYC. Learn about King's connections to local activists and see historic images of King giving sermons in the city's churches and speeches at the United Nations. All ages.