NYC Listings 2: What's on for kids this weekend; March 9-10

Saturday March 9
VH1 Save the Music Foundation Family Day 
Make music with DJ Fulano, the Little Orchestra Society and Disney on Broadway at the Anderson School fest.

Meet a girl with telekinetic powers in the Broadway adaptation of the Roald Dahl classic, now in previews.
$37–$147 | READ MORE

Kids' Fleadh at the Craic Fest
Gear up for St. Paddy's Day with short films, step dancing and scones at the Irish Arts Center. 
$10, children ages 4–12 $5 | READ MORE

"Sinister Pop" Family Day
Bask in 15 minutes of fame with the Whitney's celebrity-themed karaoke, red-carpet photos and hands-on art. 
Free with museum admission | READ MORE

Good Deeds Day Fair in Times Square
Construct paper houses with Habitat for Humanity and read with Jumpstart at the annual celebration of giving.

Sunday, Mar 10
Milstein Science Series: Ocean Eats 
Explore ocean sustainability through hands-on activities, a Story Pirate performance and more at AMNH. 
Free with museum admission | READ MORE

Bello Mania New Victory Storytime
Clown around with Bello Nock, the star of the upcoming New Vic show, at Barnes & Noble.

The Mama Doni Band: Passover Palooza
Rock out with the hip Jewish songstress and munch on gratis macaroons while touring Streit's Matzo Factory. 

Hip Tot Music Fest: Alex & the Kaleidoscope Band
Jam with the funky band and guest ukelele player Amelia Robinson, of Mil's Trills, at Littlefield. 
$12, children $10, nonwalkers free | READ MORE

Ecology Walk: Wolfe's Pond Park
Lace up those hiking boots for a Staten Island Museum–led exploration of local wildlife.

All weekend
Celebrate the diversity of design while playing video games (think Pac-Man and The Sims) at MoMA.
Free with museum admission | READ MORE

See if Sammy Hamhock can correct his dad's piggish behavior in the Snapple Theater Center show.
$30–$60 | READ MORE

Building Our Imagination Weekend
Construct giant machines, building-block castles and adobe houses at the Brooklyn Children's Museum.
Free with museum admission | READ MORE

"Edo Pop: The Graphic Impact of Japanese Prints" 
Admire contemporary art inspired by the Edo period, plus historic woodblock prints, at Japan Society.
$12, children under 16 free | READ MORE

Galli's Cinderella
Check out the Off Broadway version of the classic tale, which boasts wicked stepsisters and a dazzling ball.
$20, children ages 2–17 $15 | READ MORE

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