I am so excited for this Month! There are a lot of Kewl things Happening in the Honor of Dr.Martin Luther King Jr. I just decided to list some of the free activities….Just because the Economy is bad doesn’t mean we cant still have FUN!!
~Brooklyn’s Underground Railroad
@Fort Greene Park Visitor Center (in Fort Greene Park)
In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., this organization is retracing the path to freedom. Here’s a chance to teach your lil ones about their history.Get on board for a van tour of the hidden stops of the Underground Railroad in Brooklyn ,Yes I said it…BROOKLYN. We have history here people! To register, visit nyc.gov/parks/register
January 17, 2011
@Museum Of The Moving Image (Grand Re-opening Weekend!)
35 Avenue at 37 Street
Astoria, NY 11106
To observe Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and to celebrate the Museum’s opening, admission is free on Monday, January 17, 2011. Visitors are invited to attend these special screenings; admission to the films is first-come, first-served. So get there early!!!!!
The most evocative, atmospheric 3-D family film to date. Rated PG. Recommended for Ages 8+ *There is a $3 surcharge for rental of 3D glasses*
~King: A Filmed Record� Montgomery to Memphis
718.777.6800 / 718.777.6888 Directions
~Grand Central Holiday Train Show !
@ Transit Museum Gallery Annex (Grand Central Terminal)
Monday to Friday, 8am – 8pm
Saturday and Sunday, 10am – 6pm
40 East 45th Street
The museum has its 34-foot-long scale-model railroad exhibit featuring vintage Lionel trains running on eight separate loops. The trains chug through all sorts of wintry scenes, including Manhattan streets, suburbs, farmland and even the North Pole. Oh boy do the kids LOVE watching as the trains run through tunnels and under passages. And chances are…you would too!