Princesses,Farm animals, Dr.King and Jazz?? 1/14~1/17

I can’t wait for the weekend to begin. I love it when I have  choices of what activities I can do with my Kidz. and best of all…..Everything below is all FREE !!  I luv it!!!

And because I am not that crazy about be drained of all my energy and can not make it to allll of these places…You go and tell me how it went!

Disney on Ice at Citi Pond at Bryant Park

Tomorrow 1pm-5pm

Sixth Ave (between 40th and 42nd Sts)


Bring your lil ones to watch a selection of Disney princesses, including Cinderella, Snow White, Belle, Ariel, Jasmine and Mulan, skate and Dance across the rink. They’ll present highlights from their show Disney on Ice Presents Princess Wishes. I suggest you get there early for good viewage.

Alex levin Trio Friday Night Jazz Concerts –

@Manhattan Youth Community Center

Fridays from 7-9 pm

The Alex Levin Trio’s Friday Night concerts has been extended due to popular demand. And I am gonna take advantage of it! Performances are free, and babies, toddlers, children are welcomed.  Children under 16 are welcome to bring an instrument and play. LUV IT!!


Free Saturdays at the JCC

@JCC in Manhattan

334 Amsterdam Ave (between 75th and 76th Sts)

Each week the JCC offers complimentary family entertainment, including live performances, movies, open play spaces for little ones, art activities, and kids games. Just pick one (or more) and GO!!


A Childrens Celebration of Farm Animals

@ Cynthia King Dance Studio

Sun 4pm–6pm

1256 Prospect Ave (at Reeve Pl)

Maya Gottfried, author of Our Farm: By the Animals of Farm will read and sign her book about barn-dwelling critters. The event also features an interactive dance and music performance by studio owner Cynthia King and musician Michael Harren and vegan snacks. Proceeds from book sales go toward Farm Sanctuary, an animal protection organization. RSVP to {U}{/U} All ages.

History Club: Living Lenape

Sun 6p

@Salt Marsh Nature Center


The Red Storm Drum and Dance Troupe stages an educational performance about the Native Americans who once lived in Brooklyn.
*This is Gonna be Great ! you can teach your kidz all about Different cultures and embrace Dr. Martin Luther King Birthday Celebration and what it means …. to all of us.
Have Fun!!

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