Kewl Things To do!!!! (June 15th-19th)

  • PreSchool Play:

    Robert F. Wagner Park Battery Pl  Financial District Ph. 212-267-9700 Tickets ARE Free!!!! Join other toddlers, parents and caregivers for interactive play on the downtown park’s grassy lawn. Toys, books and game equipment provided. Ages 2 to 4. Mondays 10am–noon , Tuesdays 10am–noon , Wednesdays 10am–noon Subway: R, W to Rector St; 4, 5 to Bowling Green

    Nelson A Sparks Park
    Battery Park City (Enter at Chambers St and Riverside Terr)
    212-267-9700  Subway: A, C, 1, 2, 3 to Chambers St
  • Prices IS Free In the park’s own Children’s Garden, tots will read picture books and create nature-themed crafts. Then the little green thumbs will get their hands messy planting seeds, watering the garden and picking the fruits of their labor. Ages 3 to 5. Tuesdays 3:15pm–3:45pm Through Oct 26.

    WEDNESDAY (June 16th)

    2nd Annual Discovery Day  Elaine Kaufman Center
    129 W 67th St (between Broadway and Columbus Ave)  212-501-3360
    Subway: 1, 9 to 66th St–Lincoln Ctr
  • Prices??? TICKETS ARE  Free
    Kids who are ready to start blowing horns or plucking strings but haven’t decided which instrument is right for them are invited to try a bit of everything at New York’s largest community arts school. Families with young children are welcome to RSVP for a 20-minute sample Zalcroze Eurhythmics class, where they’ll explore music through movement, or to stop by the Merkin Concert Hall, where short performances by students will take place throughout the evening. Ages 4 and up. Wed 4pm–7pm
    THURSDAY (June 17th)

    Princess Katie and Racer Steve: Washington Market Park, Chambers St (between Greenwich and West St)  Subway: 1, 2, 3 to Chambers St Prices??? Tickets ARE Free!!! Princess Katie and Racer Steve kick off the Washington Market Park outdoor concert series with new music from their latest CD, Tiny Cool. Your tots will love getting dressed up like rock stars and jamming to the high energy, genre-spanning sounds of this kiddie band. Ages 2 to 8.

  • Thu 6:30pm–8pm
    On The Streets: New York’s Trolleys and Buses:

    New York Transit Museum                                                                                                         Boerum Pl at Schermerhorn St Brooklyn                                                                     718-694-1600 Subway: A, C, G to Hoyt–Schermerhorn; M, R to Court St; 2, 3, 4, 5 to Borough Hall


    ART ISLAND OUTPOST at Governor’s Island

    Travel: 1 to South Ferry, then take the Governors Island ferry from Battery Maritime Building, Slip 7 Art Island Outpost The Children’s Museum of the Arts hosts a workshop in which participants can collaborate on a large canvas mural. All ages. Prices??? Free!!!

    DELTA DUGOUT AT Madison Square Park

    Tickets: FreeJust in time for the second Subway Series, Delta Air Lines will host three different events for area baseball fans, including giveaways, chances to meet Yankees and Mets players and games. On Friday, dress to impress in your best team attire for a chance to win tickets to future games and celebrate at a live viewing party for interleague game one One. On Saturday, get an interactive  then meet-and-greet Yankees alumni before game two. On Sunday, show off your sports knowledge with baseball experience,“Mets Make a Deal” trivia before game three. Rain or shine. All ages *Starting Jun 18. Fri 10am–10pm , Sat 10am–6pm , Sun 10am–4pm

  • GMA Concert Series: Miley Cyrus Rumsey Playfield, Central Park (enter park at Fifth Ave and 69thSt)  Ph. 718-886-3800 Subway: 6 to 68th St–Hunter College. Whether she’s Hannah or Miley, this teen star knows how to keep kids entertained. Head out bright and early to hear this actress-turned-pop star rock out for her devoted fans. All ages & FREE…Friday 6am

  • Riverside Theatre

    12th Annual New York Family Arts Festival:                                                                     Riverside Theatre  91 Claremont Ave (at 120th St) 212-870-6784 Subway: 1 to 116th St–Columbia Univ Tickets: Free!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Celebrate Harlem all month long with events for the whole fam. Happenings include dance performances from local troupes, storytelling from Hispanic authors, a hip hop version of Aesop’s Fables, craft workshops and more. See website for a complete schedule. All agesFri–Sat 7pm , Sun 2pm , Jun 26 7pm , Jun 27 2pm

    The Moxie Spot: