By New York Loves Kids
SATURDAY JANUARY 26
The new revamped production of Maya the Bee, back after its first successful run at Culture Project, will feature the same story of the rebellious little bee who flies from the hive in search of adventure and encounters her own heroism.
Families are invited to a special party to celebrate the opening of the American Legends exhibition! This is an opportunity for you to introduce your kids to iconic American artists whilst enjoying gallery-based activities, an art workshop, refreshments, and more! Children ages 5-10 and their parents.
Join a professional artist and teacher for an imaginative adventure in art-making, inspired by the exhibitions on view at BRIC Rotunda Gallery! Create your own artwork using inspirational and fun materials.
Princes, Princesses, and Fairy Tale Creatures prepare for the Crystal Winter Ball. All is going well until fairy tale worlds collide and they must join together to save the day in the spirit of the season. Experience a thrilling adventure and the magic of the holidays through the eyes of your favorite fairy tale characters.
Love to Color? Want to draw your own stuff? Join in for free drawing and coloring time!
SUNDAY JANUARY 27
Families are invited to engage with the Super Sprowtz team to learn about the importance of adopting good eating habits and understanding the source of where food comes from. Chefs will be on-site to demonstrate healthy, kid-friendly recipes and fresh vegetables will be available for sampling.
A new Sunday matinee series at 11 am. $7 per ticket.
Quirky lyrics and the swing and bounce of American roots music are singer-songwriter Ben Rudnick’s trademark, and he combines them to winning effect in his latest musical potpourri.
The wacky private ear, Inspector Pulse, receives a banjo for a present. It comes with an instruction manual that only teaches three chords: I, IV, and V. At first, he finds this terribly limiting but he soon discovers that those same three chords are very important in lots of music, from folk songs to Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, and Brahms!
Paint, draw, sculpt or craft a work of art inspired by exhibitions on view with different themes each week. Ages 3 and up.
It’s the 50th anniversary of the founding of Thunderbird American Indian Dancers and the troupe will hold its 38th annual Dance Concert and Pow Wow. There will be dances, stories and traditional music from the Iroquois and Native Peoples of the Northwest Coast, the Southwest, the Plains, and the Arctic regions.
The Children’s Museum of the Arts presents the most comprehensive collection of works to-date by visionary artist and MC, RAMMELLZEE. Entitled The RAMMELLZEE Galaxseum, the exhibition will reveal the inner workings of RAMMELLZEE’s artistic vision and trace his career trajectory which began in the 1970s as a pioneering “Wild Style” graffiti writer and hip hop MC and evolved in manifesto and medium to the far reaches of the imagination.
Using recycled materials like plastic bottles and juice cartons, learn how to make a bird home or feeder. Decorate it with natural materials to welcome in your new feathery friends.
Pretend you’re a firefighter – ring the bell, slide down the pole, try on the turn-out gear, manipulate the gauges, hook up a hose and jump aboard our authentic 1941 Seagrave fire truck, retrofitted for hands-on play and learning.
For the full list of events happening this week please see here
*The above events were correct at time of going to press - you may wish to check with the venue before setting off