NYC (free, low-cost, local) stuff to do with kids March 30-31st

The Frog Prince @ Bronx Library Center
FREE. In this enchanting, updated version of the classic fairy tale, Wanda the Witch casts a spell on the handsome prince, turning him into a frog. To break the spell, he now must be kissed by a beautiful princess. There are a few delightful surprises too. Beautifully designed puppets and music, which will evoke a wide range of moods, enhance this production. BRONX.

Easter Egg Hunt @ Belmont Library & Enrico Fermi Cultural Center
FREE. Come and join in for a fun afternoon. Children will enjoy treats and prizes after the hunt! BRONX.

Stories That Move & Sing @ St George Library Center
FREE. An interactive and highly participatory expedition through the classics of children’s literature and folklore. Presented by Julia Morris. For ages 4+. STATEN ISLAND. 

Barnyard Easter Egg Hunt
Hop over to the Queens County Farm Museum for hunting, egg rolling, hayrides and more.

Spring Egg Hunt at Queens Botanical Garden
Collect prizes in the orchard, then enjoy face painting and seed planting at the garden's first-ever hunt.
$5 (includes garden admission) | READ MORE. QUEENS.

Historic Richmond Town Easter Egg Hunt
Decorate an egg carton Victorian-style and meet the Easter bunny while searching for candy-filled eggs. $5, children $10 READ MORE STATEN ISLAND.

Macy's Sunday Storytime @ DiMenna Children's History Museum
FREE WITH MUSEUM ADMISSION. In preparation for the Easter Egg decorating contest, Hoppi visits all of his bunny friends for inspiration. Just when he thinks he’ll never make an egg beautiful enough to win the contest, he finds a special egg to work with – but will the Easter bunny approve? Join in to find out! MANHATTAN.

Birding For Families @ Charles A. Dana Discovery Center
FREE. Experience Central Park as a precious bird habitat and learn how to spot our feathered neighbors on a walk with a bird expert from NYC Audubon and a CPC Discovery Guide! Binoculars available to borrow; space is limited; please arrive early to sign in. Ages 5+. MANHATTAN.

Easter Parade & Easter Bonnet Festival @ St Patrick's Cathedral
FREE. Each year on Easter the best of the bonnets are showcased along Fifth Avenue as New Yorkers celebrate the holiday by roaming the streets in their most festive spring gear from 10am to 4pm. The parade marches north on Fifth Avenue, starting at 49th Street, but the best place to watch is from the area around St. Patrick’s Cathedral. MANHATTAN.

Freedom Art Jam: Art & Dance Party For Passover @ The Jewish Museum
FREE WITH MUSEUM ADMISSION. Set yourself free to the tunes of Baby Loves Disco DJs, paint a celebratory scene inspired by Chagall’s dancing figures, hear beloved songs from David Grover + Grover’s Gang, create matzah pop art, share a story on a freedom mural, get involved with Reboot‘s Beyond Bubbie project and more. Ages 3+. MANHATTAN.

Super Hero Capes
Use fabric and felt to fashion a cape worthy of Batman or Wonder Woman at CMA. 

Sony Wonder Technology Lab: Nanodays
Discover the world of the super-small as your brood meets a nanoscientist and enjoys hands-on activities.

Easter Sunday at Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden
Bring a basket for the egg hunt, then rock out to polka and pose for a photo with the Easter bunny. 

Family Art Project: Eco Fair @ Wave Hill
Celebrate nature by making arty, nature-inspired crafts from a variety of recycled materials. Make a plastic flower, make a cork animal or decorate an Earth Day pin to display your care for our planet in this fun fair. MANHATTAN.

Nick Cave: HeardNY
Witness super-shaggy "horses" break into movement at the artist's Grand Central Terminal spectacle.