Articles tagged with: kids
When The Miracle Worker premiered 50 years ago, it was a kid-friendly Broadway show that garnered a Tony award for Best Play. But does this new production measure up? And can you take your second grader? Read on to find out.
Easter egg hunts are just the beginning! Here’s our list by borough of great Easter events for the whole family.
Our list breaks down key demographics to aid your search for your kids’ next favorite movie in the New York International Children’s Film Festival.
Make a difference in the lives of NYC public school children by volunteering. This is the story of a mother volunteering at her son’s Harlem school. She felt she got the best end of the deal. You can get involved today!
Air pollution in the city might have a negative effect on our kids minds. Disturbing results from a new study made with hundreds of city kids, unborn to 5 years of age.
Let your child experience the excitement of a swim real race. The Big Swim is a fun, popular, free event for children in ages 6-16.
The City is full of free fun activities for this spring break.
What would Easter be without an egg hunt? My kids went on their first 2009 Easter Egg Hunt this weekend. They had a blast! The information about egg hunts is scattered all over so we’ve put together a day by day New York City 2009 Easter Egg Hunt Guide
March 25 to April 26 2009 Gap and Ballet Tech will have free drop-in ballet lessons for tiny dancers during the weekends.
The NYICFF opened on Feb 27 with the French-Italian movie Mia and the Migoo. Until March 15th the New York International Children’s Film Festival will display 79 films from 30 countries and 6 continents at …