A Full 3 Day Weekend Of FUN!!!

Lets go BOO! at the Bronx ZooBoo at the Zoo

 Enjoy all of the spooktacular fun! Where one child (ages 3-12; children under 3 are free) in costume will gets in free every weekend in October with the purchase of one full-priced adult general admission ticket. But be  aware! The zookeepers might mistake your lil Zebra for the real thing!! Join the Haunted Safari Adventure, the Mystery Animal Quest with a 3-D surprise! Go batty for Wildlife Magic and don’t miss the costume parade and musical performances with Gigi and the Lend Me a Hand Band. Get lost in a Halloween Hay Maze. Take a spin on an eerie Hay Ride through Creepy Hollows. Enjoy pumpkin carving, puppet shows, crafts, treat stations and more!

The Alex Levin Trio’s Friday Night Jazz Shows

Fridays from 7pm-9pm

@Downtown Community Center
120 Warren St (between Greenwich and West Sts)
 I just thought this was soooo kewl because  children under 16 can bring their own instruments and let loose alongside the band for a few tunes at this weekly jazz jam. Now I assume that children who own their own instruments know how to blow a copul of tunes on their own…but hey just have fun!

 Family Movie Night

@The Moxie Spot

Fridays 6:15pm
81–83 (at Hicks St)

 I luuuuv this place it is the perfect family hangout! Every Friday, the tot spot(really for all ages) hosts an evening of films for the fam: first, a short and then a full-length kid flick. Past movies have included favorites like Up and Beauty and the Beast.There is no entry fee but you are of course, encouraged to buy eats.

Amateur Astronomers

Brooklyn Bridge Park, Pier 1                                    

Tomorrow 6:30pm


Join the Amateur Astronomers Association and see if you can spy the crescent moon, Venus, Mars and Jupiter in the night sky. All ages.


Circle of Friends Celebrity Basketball Clinic

@Alfred E. Smith Recreation Center (in Alfred E. Smith Playground)
80 Catherine Street, Manhattan

12:00 p.m.4:00 p.m.

Former professional basketball players will be on hand at the Circle of Friends Celebrity Basketball Clinic. They will lead a co-ed instructional basketball clinic for all ages. The pros will demonstrate skills including shooting, dribbling, defense, rebounding and passing. There will also be an opportunity to receive autographs.

Participating players include Geoff Huston, a former New York Knick and Cleveland Cavalier, who is currently the Center Manager of the Alfred E. Smith Recreation Center. Other participants will include Earl “The Pearl” Monroe, Charles Smith, Wes Matthews, and World B.


Prep for Columbus Day

@ Children’s Galleries for Jewish Culture

Sun 2pm–5pm

515 W 20th St (between Tenth and Eleventh Aves, Ste 4E)



Tickets: $8 (includes museum admission)
Little ones will create maps of Columbus’ journeys using magnets, make dream catchers, create a yarn painting art, fold origami and try their hands at other cultural crafts. Ages 5 to 12.

Columbus Day Parade & Festival

 Starts@ Noon!!
  Fifth Ave from 47th St to 79th St, then east to Third Ave (212-249-9923, columbuscitizensfd.org). Subway: D, F to 42nd St–Bryant Park; 7 to Fifth Ave. 
   Today, take the family to midtown, where CNBC anchor Maria Bartiromo will serve as grand marshal, leading visiting dignitaries, ethnic bands in traditional costumes and various Italian-American associations up Fifth Avenue alongside colorful floats and open-topped convertibles. Down on Broadway, hundreds of vendors proffer cannoli, pizza, gelato and delicious treats.  All ages.

HaVe A bLaSt!!!

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