Before the year is up…… check these off your To Do list.

Wow! the year is almost done already?? And time is ticking ….Fast So here are a couple of ways to end the year happily with these family friendly events.

Holiday Train Show at the New York Botanical Garden

This annual holiday event has visitors board a magnificent G-scale model train and survey 140 of New York’s landmark buildings all within the scenic New York Botanical Garden. Guess what? the Botanical Garden creates these marvelous reconstructions using natural materials such as nuts, bark, pine cones and leaves! Favorite structures include the original Yankee Stadium, St. Patrick’s Cathedral and beautiful Hudson River mansions.You have limited time! click here for details


Target Super Sabado

Super Sábado gets holiday-spirited as they start celebrating Three Kings with parrandas, coquitos and lots of fun! Kids celebrate the holidays and the  new year with free concerts, art-making workshops and gallery tours with a seasonal hint. Click here for the list of alllllll day activities for you and your kiddie crew. 


Little club heads!

Do you enjoy R&B/Hip hop and love to Dance, do your kids love to get their face painted,hoola hooping and tattoos(don’t worry not the permanent ones)…. just plain having Fun! Little club heads this  is the place for you to Bond with your child while  Boogieing the afternoon away! but hurry Cuz  the tickets are $8 cheaper.
Get $10 tickets with Promo Code (Holiday)  available for this weekend only.
Little Club Heads Holiday Jam Sunday December 19th 12noon-4pm.


Momentum!! Comes to New Victory Theater

There is no other show like it! they’ve incorporated new technologies with 3D depth sensing that responds to the audiences movements.This  show will leave the whole family — children should be over the age of 4 — energized for the holiday season and wanting to come back for more.

Check for ticket information


Kwanzaa Celebration at AMNH

Celebrate the First day of Kwanzaa  with performances of song, dance and spoken word. Performances from the Restoration Dance Theatre Company. For more information,visit:

New Year’s Eve is pretty tricky for parents. Do you hire a Baby sitter and head out for the night? Or do you make virgin Mudslides, blast the music and party until its time to watch the Ball drop on TV like I do? It’s a good thing we are Mamas in NYC; the city of options because there is …one more option.

Ring in 2010 with the kidz  at one of these kid-friendly New Year’s Eve events. Whoo Hooo!!!

Dave & Buster’s New Year’s Eve Party

Great news for the entire family! Moms, dads and kids can come together under one roof to celebrate the most festive night of the year with enough thrills and excitement to  kids of all ages, the 200+ arcade machines, classic amusement park games and virtual simulators will bring out the “big kid” in you.
Go to for details.

Madame Tussauds


For New Year’s Eve the famed wax museum will transform into an upscale, faux-star-studded venue for dancing and drinks at the open bar (nonalcoholic beverages are available for minors). Use code timeoutkids and save $10 per ticket. Ages 10 and up.Go to for details. Prices increase as more tickets are sold, so buy as early as you can.

FREE!! Fireworks in Prospect Park


Prospect Park West

It’s good to have something that’s free on New Years Eve. Keep it simple,take the Fam to Prospect Park for free hot chocolate and snacks at 11pm,and great Fireworks at 12am,

Have Fun!!!

One comment

  1. As always you give great suggestions on what to do. If I wasn’t going to my brothers wedding this New Years Eve, I would definitely go to one of these. Maybe next year I can enjoy myself


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