~Friday Family Movie Night
81–83 (at Hicks St)
Subway: R to Court St; 2, 3, 4, 5 to Borough Hall | Directions
*Every Friday, the tot spot 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. You are, of course, encouraged to buy eats.
~Target Free First Friday Nights
@Children’s Museum of Manhattan
212 W 83rd St (between Amsterdam Ave and Broadway)
*Thanks to the Target Free First Friday Night program, admission to the museum is free this evening. Kids can run around the interactive exhibits, or get creative doing themed art projects.
~First Saturdays for Families
@New Museum of Contemporary Art
235 Bowery (at Prince St)
*Families are invited to explore the museum exhibit “Free,” which examines the way in which Internet access to information affects the work of contemporary artists. Inspired by the artwork, kids will participate in an action-based workshop to create an art piece.
@David Rubenstein Atrium (at Lincoln Center)
61 W 62nd St (at Broadway)
*As part of Lincoln Center’s Meet the Artist series, Point of Entry Theater Company presents a thoroughly modern take on the works of William Shakespeare. Classic scenes are set to the thumping beats and rapping lyrics of hip-hop. Ages 8 and up.
~Sesame Street: Count it Higher
Sony Plaza, 550 Madison Ave (at 56th St)
*Catch a half-hour medley of classic Sesame Street music videos including the “Do Op Hop”, “ZZ Blues”, “Do De Rubber Duck”, “The Letter B Song” and “Count it Higher”. Tickets are free, but it’s recommended you reserve them in advance. Ages 1 to 6.
~Storytime at FAO
Sundays 1pm and 3pm
767 Fifth Ave (at 58th St)
*This is a quick story book free reading, courtesy of a Barefoot Bookstore staff member. And after that join the party on the famous BIG piano! Where Tom Hanks played footsie on the large piano!! My kids Loved it!!
hi CC! just wanted to personally invite you to an event i’m having on january 22nnd. check it out! http://waistlove.eventbrite.com/
hope you can make it!