Weekend Family Events in Brooklyn and New York City

Weekend Events: Kings County Fair, Spring Festivals, Frolic Rock ‘n’ Roll Carnival, and Much More!

Hi and thanks for reading!
Get your daily dose of A Child Grows sent to your inbox free!
Click here to subscribe to our newsletter.

Frolic! Rock 'n' Roll Carnival at Brooklyn Bowl

Frolic! Rock ‘n’ Roll Carnival at BKLYN Bowl

The weather will be gorgeous this weekend and the events will be glorious, so get ready to plan a fantastic three days!

The Kings County Fair at Aviator Sports kicked off on Thursday and will be going strong all weekend long so pick your favorite ride and have some fun! The Fleece Festival at Prospect Park will not only feature adorable sheep, but also musical guest! Talk about wild fun! And the fun doesn’t end in Brooklyn. Head to Manhattan for the Spring Kids Fest in Madison Square Park, the New York Dance Parade Downtown Manhattan, or the 9th Annual Food Festival in Midtown West. On Sunday, wrap up the weekend by checking out the Frolic! Rock ‘n’ Roll Carnival at the Brooklyn Bowl or the Caribbean Cultural Festival at the Children’s Museum of the Arts.

Don’t forget to visit our events calendar for more listings. Have a lovely weekend, everyone!

FRIDAY MAY 17TH

Friday, May 17th — May 27th: various times
Kings County Sports at Aviator Sports (FLOYD BENNET FIELD)
The FUN is coming to Brooklyn! The 4th Annual Kings County Fair will include a variety of rides and games for kids of all ages, yummy treats including cotton candy and funnel cakes, and so much more!
Details: 3159 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn. All ages welcomed. Cost: $5/General Admission with various prices for activities and rides. FREE/kids under 36″. Contact: 718-758-7500. Visit the website for more information.

Friday, May 17th from 10am — 11am
J Yum and Hum at Kings Bay Y at Windsor Terrace (WINDSOR TERRACE)
Join Tehilah and Gilad in a journey through Jewish communities around the world with music and food! J-Yum & Hum provides engaging, dynamic and interactive program for parents and their infants (up to crawlers), exploring culture and tradition through stories, music, foods, storytelling of the Jewish Diaspora. Learn about the cultures and lifestyles of their Jewish counterparts around the world.
Details: 1224 Prospect Avenue, Brooklyn. Ages  and under. FREE for all. Contact: Nadira at 718.407.6377. Visit the website for more information.

Friday, May 17th at 11am
Drop-in Story Time with Spellbound Theater (CROWN HEIGHTS)
Visit It Takes A Village on Fridays for drop-in story times with music, stories, puppets and more. Hear songs, books and fables, and classic nursery rhymes with a special twist into an interactive and stimulating story time specially crafted for babies and toddlers.
Details: 500 Prospect Place, Brooklyn. Ages 5 and up. Cost: $5/suggested donation. Contact: spellboundtheater@gmail.com. Visit the website for more information.

Friday, May 17th from 2pm — 2:30pm
Animal Encounter at Audubon Center (PROSPECT PARK)
Curious as to how “Snappy” the turtle got her name? Want to watch the snake gobble up a mouse? Join one our trained staff in learning more about the animals in the Audubon Center’s collection. Learn what it takes to care for these amazing creatures and even assist in an actual feeding. There will also be opportunities to get up close and personal with our box turtle!
Details: Lincoln Road/Ocean Avenue entrance, Brooklyn. All ages welcomed. FREE for all. Contact: (718) 287-3400. Visit the website for more information.

Friday, May 17th from 2:00pm — 3:00pm
Baby Boogie at the Prospect Park YMCA  (PARK SLOPE)
Are you a new parent?! Then this class may just be perfect for you. Listen closely and you’ll hear the class calling your name. Not only will you have time to meet other parents here, but the class also includes games for babies, singing, and dancing. Jackpot!
Details: 357 Ninth Street. Ideal for parents with babies up to 13 months. $12/visit. Telephone: 718.768.7100. Visit the website for more information.

Friday, May 17th at 2:30pm
Sing-A-Long with Jarrod at Greenlight Bookstore (FORT GREENE)

Join in for the kids section for 40 minutes of favorite songs and stories for the littlest booklovers, led by Greenlight bookseller Jarrod and his trusty guitar.
Details: 686 Fulton Street, Brooklyn. Ages 3 and under. Contact: (718) 246-0200. Visit the website for more information.

Friday, May 17th at 3pm
Yoga Story Time at Karma Kids Yoga (CHELSEA)
Story time comes alive with puppets, songs, and yoga poses. Babies through 6 year olds (and their grownups) are invited to help lift stories off the page as they read and play yoga together, building literacy skills and healthy bodies in this action-packed class.
Details: 104 West 14th Street, NYC. Ages 6 and under. FREE for all. Contact: (646) 638-1444. Visit the website for more information.

Friday, May 17th from 3pm — 6pm
Fa-La-La Fridys at Klub4Kidz (WILLIAMSBURG)

It’s an all-you-can play buffet! Rock climbing, face painting, tattoos galore! And… access to all Klub4Kidz, including painting and drawing in the art studio, board games, video games, and dancing! Fun!
Details: 159 North 4th Street, Brooklyn. All are welcomed. Cost: $15 per kid; $12 for 3 years and under; $10 for each additional kid; additional $5 if doing the holiday craft. Contact: 718.599.5900. Visit the website for more information.

Friday, May 17th from 4pm — 4:45pm
Preschool of Rock at The Playroom at EGG (DUMBO)
Join in for an afternoon of fun with, PRESCHOOL OF ROCK! This After school- Drum Enrichment SPECIAL EVENT is a wonderful segway into a sweet weekend!
Details: 72 Jay Street, Brooklyn. All ages welcomed. Cost: $20/child with adult; $5/additional child. Contact: RSVP alisha@egg-baby.com. Visit this website for more information.

Friday, May 17th from 4:30pm — 5:30pm
Animal Haven’s Caring Kids Program (LITTLE ITALY)
Where are our animal lovers? Or parents of animal-loving children? You’ll want to check out this FREE event that introduces children and young teens to basic animal care and teaches them about existing issues in animal welfare. Through exciting lesson plans and interactive activities with cats and dogs at the shelter, participants learn the importance of treating animals humanely. They will not only make an impact on the lives of the animals they encounter, but it can certainly be a significant experience for them as well.
Details: 251 Centre Street. Ages 5-12. FREE for all, but RSVP is required. Contact: KendraM@ah-nyc.org or visit the website for more information.

Friday, May 17th from 6:30pm — 9:30pm
Family Movie Night at The Moxie Spot (BROOKLYN HEIGHTS)
Still stumped on how to enjoy Family Friday Nights after a long week? Head on over to The Moxie Spot, a family-friendly restaurant and play space for a fun Friday night film screening. Kids will eat for free when you purchase an entrée from the dinner special after 5:30pm. Now that what we call “family friendly.”
Details: The short feature begins at 6:15pm. The longer feature begins at 6:45pm. 81-83 Atlantic Avenue (at Hicks Street). 718.923.9710. Visit the website for more information.

Friday, May 17th from 7pm — 9pm
Family Fridays at The Museum of Mathematics (FLATIRON DISTRICT)
From the organizers: “The Museum of Mathematics is pleased to announce a special Family Friday workshop for parents and kids on Friday, April 26, at 7 pm. Dr. Daina Taimina, mathematical artist, author, and mother of two, will present “Crackers, Oranges, and Pringles” – a creative, hands-on exploration of surfaces with different curvature. Dr. Taimina, known for creating “hyperbolic crochet,” will start by transforming flat sheets of paper into surfaces with different curvature and then exploring what happens on those surfaces.  For those familiar with two basic crochet stitches – chain and single crochet – she will go on to demonstrate how to crochet various hyperbolic surfaces.”
Details: 11 East 26th Street, NYC. Ages 7 and up. Cost: $10.00. Contact: (212) 542-0566. Visit the website for more information.

SATURDAY MAY 18TH

Saturday, May 18th — May 27th: various times
Kings County Sports at Aviator Sports (FLOYD BENNET FIELD)
The FUN is coming to Brooklyn! The 4th Annual Kings County Fair will include a variety of rides and games for kids of all ages, yummy treats including cotton candy and funnel cakes, and so much more!
Details: 3159 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn. All ages welcomed. Cost: $5/General Admission with various prices for activities and rides. FREE/kids under 36″. Contact: 718-758-7500. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, May 18th from 8am — 4pm
Free Saturdays at Red Hook Recreation Center (RED HOOK)
Activities will include fitness activities, board games, billiards, access to the cardio and weight room, and more!
Details: Halleck St., Bush St., between Otsego St. and Court St., Brooklyn. All ages welcomed. FREE for all. Contact: (718) 722-3211. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, May 18th from 9am — 11:30am
Open Play Drop-Off at Brooklyn Robot Foundry (GOWANUS)
This should be fun! There will be open play drop off where kids will have the opportunity to build obstacle courses for robots, craft robots out of clay and found objects, create marble runs, giant lego creations and much more.
Details: 303 Third Avenue (between 1st and Carroll Street), Brooklyn. Ages 5-9. Cost: $15/hour. Contact: (347)762-6840. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, May 18th from 9:30am — 11am
Out of Shabbox at Union Temple (CROWN HEIGHTS)
Out of the Shabbox is Brooklyn’s newest cross-cultural, interfaith arts based program designed to explore themes such as peace and charity through movement, music and storytelling. Featuring Avodah Dance’s Julie Gayer Kris (movement), Backyardigan Live!’s Shawn Shafner (storytelling) and Ruach Rocker Jay Rapoport (minstrel). Come join an interactive, fun filled programming where families can come together to sing, dance and tell stories about the things we value and which unite us.
Details: 17 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn. Ages 6 and under. FREE for all. Contact: uniontemple@uniontemple.org. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, May 18th from 9:30am — 11:30am
Circle Line Kids Cruise Series at Pier 83 (MIDTOWN WEST)
When my son and I went, we had a lovely time. I highly recommend this cruise! It features a round trip boat ride to the Statue of Liberty with photo ops, a face painter,   a balloon artist, a magic show, a kid friendly interactive tour guide,  food & drink for purchase, prizes & giveaways and a live rock concert by the Anna Banana Band.
Details: West 42nd Street and 12th Avenue, NYC. All ages welcomed. Cost: $28 adult; $20 kids 3-12; Free for kids birth – 2 yrs. Contact: 212-563-3200. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, May 18th at 10am
Brooklyn Music School Performance at Artisan Market (FORT GREENE)
Head to the Artisan-Market on the DeKalb Avenue sidewalk perimeter of Ft. Greene Park near the DeKalb and Washington Park entrance to the park. Learn more about the Brooklyn Music School, located just a few blocks away on St. Felix Street. BMS will be presenting several different ensembles and solo performances by students and faculty. Included in the program will be the BMS Jazz Ensemble, Rock Bands, Classical Piano, as well as the Classical Chamber Ensemble. The school is promoting its big Spring Concert on June 15th at 4pm as well as its Summer Institute. You can also learn more about BMS at www.brooklynmusicschool.org.

Saturday, May 18th at 10am
Punt, Pass, and Kick at Brooklyn Tech Field (FORT GREENE)
Calling all sport-lovers! On Saturday, May 18 at 10 a.m. Brooklyn Tech Football invites local children to take part in a free Punt, Pass and Kick contest, practicing skills in place kicking, punting and throwing the football. Children will compete in 6-9 and 10-12 age groups with the help of the 2013 Brooklyn Tech Varsity and Junior Varsity football teams, and the Tech coaching, including head coach Kyle McKenna. Also, gift certificates courtesy of Modell’s will be awarded to individual winners in each category.
Details: Clermont Ave. between Atlantic Ave. and Fulton St. Contact: for more information or to RSVP for the event, contact Michael Randazzo at 917-605-5624 or at michael@youngrocksoccer.us

Saturday, May 18th from 10am — 11:30am
A Closer Look for Kids at MoMA (MIDTOWN WEST)
Share your ideas and participate in drawing, movement, or writing activities as you explore three to five works of art in the museum galleries. Kids and adults participate together.
Details: 11 West 53 Street, NYC. Ages 5 to 10. Cost: FREE for up to two adults and up to three kids. Additional adults $25, seniors $18, students $14. Contact: (212) 708-9400. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, May 18th from 10am — 12pm
Beach Party at Citibabes (TRIBECA)
Who is ready for Summer?! Citibabes is having a beach-themed party with arts & crafts, a photo booth by Bellamy Blue, a Beach Boys inspired concert, and ice cream sampling from Emack and Bolio’s!
Details: 52 Mercer Street, 3rd Floor, NYC. Ages 10 and under. Cost; $20/family. Contact: gena.blumstein@citibabes.com. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, May 18th from 10am — 1pm
Music Partners 25th Anniversary Concert at Central Library (GRAND ARMY PLAZA)
Celebrate 25 years of Music in Our Schools at this Musical Celebration In front of the Brooklyn Public Library. 300 elementary and middle school students from from the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music’s Music Partners Program and the celebrated Park Slope Senior Center Chorus will gather on the steps of the Brooklyn Public Library at Grand Army Plaza and perform works by various artists for friends, family and community members. With special guest, the Brooklyn Jazz Orchestra. Co-Presented by the Brooklyn Public Library.
Details: 10 Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn. All ages welcomed. FREE for all. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, May 18th from 10am — 4pm
Touch-A-Truck Street Fair and Fundraiser at West Side YMCA (NEAR LINCOLN CENTER)
At Touch-A-Truck, kids will have a chance to come and touch, climb on, sit in and experience many of the trucks they see in their everyday life. Families will enjoy a day of fun, food and entertainment with activities such as arts and crafts, games, face painting, music, and more.
Details: West 64th Street between Broadway and Central Park West, NYC. All ages welcomed. FREE admission; tickets for activities starting at $1. Contact: Anadolski@ymcanyc.org. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, May 18th from 10am — 4pm
NY Family Magazine Presents The New York Baby Show with Rosie Pope at Pier 92 (UWS)
This is a family-friendly mega-show, the New York Baby Show will help new parents and parents-to-be discover many of the best products for maternity, baby and toddler from national and local companies, as well as offer an inspiring menu of lectures, seminars and demonstrations from highly regarded and beloved figures in the world of parenting and pregnancy.
Details: 711 12th Avenue, NYC. All ages welcomed. Cost: $20/family ticket; $10/single ticket. Contact: pam@alisonbrodpr.com. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, May 18th from 10:30am — 1:30pm
Spring Kids Fest 2013 at Madison Square Park (FLATIRON)
Spring Kids Fest is presented by the Madison Square Park Conservancy, Time Out Kids and World Class Learning Academy, NY and we’re prepared to present the best Spring Kids Fest to date! This event is open to all little ones and big kid hearts who love live entertainment, crafts, games, food, face painting and much much more.
Details: East 23rd Street to East 26th Street between Madison and Fifth Avenues, NYC. All ages welcomed. FREE for all. Contact: 212-538-1884. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, May 18th at 11am
Story Time at Greenlight Bookstore (FORT GREENE)
Looking for something to do on a Saturday morning that’s also the perfect pre-nap activity?! We’ve got you covered! Saturday Story Time is geared toward kids ages 3 to 8 and their families. Authors and illustrators of picture books often visit on Saturdays to present their new books, and neighborhood performers sometimes read as well. There are always great stories and sometimes activities and crafts too.
Details: 686 Fulton Street, Brooklyn. Ages 3 to 8. FREE for all. Contact: (718) 246-0200. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, May 18th at 11am and 3pm
BAMFamily: Mur-Mur The Wall at BAM Fisher (FORT GREENE)
In this show, Mur-Mur reveals a world of humor, innocence, and discovery through the story of friendship among five characters.
Details: 321 Ashland Place, Brooklyn. Ages 12 and under. Cost: $12. Contact: 718.636.4100. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, May 18th from 11am — 2pm
Lemon Sky brunchCRAFT at ISA (WILLIAMSBURG)
This Saturday, join in for a special edition of brunchCRAFT. Fiber-based arts and crafts gurus Lemon Sky will guide brunchCRAFTERs through colorful creations.
Details: 348 Wythe Avenue, Brooklyn. All are welcomed. FREE with brunch. Contact: 347.689.3594. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, May 18th from 11am — 4pm
Fleece Festival at Prospect Park Zoo (PROSPECT PARK)
From the organizers, “It’s time for some wild and woolly fun! Watch our sheep get their annual haircuts, and enjoy activities on the Farm. Musical guests will also perform.” Here is the schedule of events:
11am — 4pm: Make a craft to celebrate the barnyard animals.
12pm — 4pm: Wooly Wonders at the Barnyard — Learn the art of felt-making with a docent. Play the sheep to sweater game.
2pm — 5pm: Barnyard Hoedown — Listen to live music by the Otter Brother!
1:30pm and 3:30pm: Sheep Shearing — See the sheep get their annual haircuts!
Details: 450 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn. All ages welcomed. FREE with paid admission. Contact: (718) 399-7339. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, May 18th from 11am — 5pm
Park Place/Underhill Avenue Block Party (PROSPECT HEIGHTS)
From the organizers, “The Park Place/Underhill Avenue Block Association invites you to its annual Plant Sale and Block Party, to be held on Park Place between Washington and Underhill Avenues on Saturday, May 18. In addition to lots of great plants for home and garden, the event features a book sale, a tag sale, and great food. There will plenty of fun activities for everyone, including live music, face painting, and professional bike lessons for kids courtesy of Bike New York!”
Details: All are welcomed. Email ppuaba@gmail.com for more information.

Saturday, May 18th from 11am — 5pm
Go Green! Greenpoint 2013 Festival at McCarren Park (GREENPOINT/WILLIAMSBURG)
Now this is a reason to head outdoors! Grab the family and visit Town Square’s 6th annual Go Green! Greenpoint 2013 Festival for local eco-friendly businesses, arts and crafts, live music and more.
Details: 776 Lorimer Street, Brooklyn. All ages welcomed. FREE for all. Contact: 347-559-1410. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, May 18th from 11:30am — 12:30pm
Mario the Magician and His Suitcase Machine at Metropolitan Room (FLATIRON)
Join acclaimed children’s performer Mario the Magician for an uplifting, inventive, and highly interactive magical performance for the young and young-at-heart. Part retro, part rock and roll, Mario is an artist and inventor who creates his own props. Mario’s old world looks and physical comedy style are reminiscent of his heroes, Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin, but he puts a thoroughly modern spin on everything he does.
Details: 34 West 22nd Street, NYC. Ages 3 to 10. Cost: $20/child; $30/adult + 1 food or drink item minimum. Contact: 212.206.0440. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, May 18th from 11:30am — 2:30pm
Meet-And-Greet Sid and Scrat from Ice Age at Central Park Zoo (UES)
Meet Sid and Scrat from Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs at the Central Park Zoo! These costumed characters from the movie will be greeting visitors to celebrate the new Ice Age Dawn of the Dinosaurs 4-D Film screening at the zoo! Catch a screening of the short film throughout the day in the Zoo Theater and take a guided tour to meet the animals in the  Polar Circle exhibits at  11:15 a.m., 12:15 p.m., 1:15 p.m., and 2:15 p.m
Details: 64th Street and Fifth Avenue, NYC. All ages welcomed. FREE with Total Experience package. Contact: (212) 439-6500. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, May 18th from 12pm — 3pm
End of the Year Recital at St. Ann & The Holy Trinity
In just one short year, our young musicians, with the love and guidance of NPF’s Teaching Artists, have greatly advanced their musical abilities.  They’ve learned everything from Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star, to Vivaldi’s Summer, to contemporary hits like Frank Ocean’s Thinkin’ Bout You.
Details: 157 Montague Street, Brooklyn All are welcomed. Cost: $10/adults; $5/children 12 and under. For more information, contact 718.230.4825. Please note: Tickets will be sold at the door.

Saturday, May 18th from 12pm — 5pm
The 40th Annual Ninth Avenue International Food Festival (MIDTOWN WEST)
Bring your appetites and get ready to experience the world through delicious food. Enjoy cuisines from different countries: Poland, Italy, Spain, Greece, Japan, Thailand, and more. There will be games and activities for kids, as well as a live stage entertainment of international music and dance at 55th Street on both days. Please note: this event will take place rain or shine.
Details: 9th Avenue 42nd – 57th Streets, NYC. All ages welcomed. FREE admission. Contact: (212) 581- 7217. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, May 18th from 12pm — 5pm
The Prospect Park Carousel (PROSPECT PARK)
It’s a great weekend to ride the carousel! The 101 year-old carousel features 51 carved horses, a lion, a giraffe, a deer, and two dragon-pulled chariots.
Details: Ocean and Flatbush Avenues and Empire Boulevard, Brooklyn. All ages welcomed. Cost: $2 per ride, $9 book of 5 tickets. Contact: (646) 393-9031. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, May 18th from 12pm — 5pm
Kingston Avenue Festival (CROWN HEIGHTS)
Join the Crown Heights Community Mediation Center for the Kingston Avenue Festival! The Festival will be held on May 18th from 12pm to 5pm, on Kingston Avenue, starting at Pacific and running south. The Festival will feature live music and dance performances, a fashion show, arts and crafts activities for kids, food, and art displays. There will be something for everyone!
Details: On Kingston Avenue, from Pacific Street to Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn.

Saturday, May 18th from 12pm — 4pm
Family Bowl at Brooklyn Bowl (WILLIAMSBURG)
Bowling. FREE admissions from noon until 4pm. Need we say more?!
Details: 61 Wythe Street, Brooklyn. All ages welcomed. FREE admissions. Contact: 718-963-3369, Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, May 18th at 12:30pm
Selino Alko Reading and Book Fair (PARK SLOPE)
Author Selina Alko will read her charming and gorgeously illustrated works, which include B is for Brooklyn, My Subway Ride, My Taxi
Ride, and Every-Day Dress-Up! After the reading, Ms. Alko will answer questions, and there will be an illustration project for the kids.
Copies of her books will be available for sale (get yours signed!). The reading is happening in conjunction with a fundraising book fair to benefit
Chickpeas Childcare Center, a small local preschool. If you mention the book fair at the register when making a purchase (optional), our school
will receive a percentage of the proceeds. We hope to see you there, and happy reading!
Details: Corner of 7th Avenue and 6th Street, Brooklyn. All are welcomed. FREE for all.

Saturday, May 18th from 1pm — 2pm
Extreme Kids and Crew Dance and Movement Workshop on Space No. 1 (BEDSTUY)
Roll around and have some fun under the expert guidance from the teachers from Mark Morris Dance Center and a live percussionist.
Details: 40 Brevoort Place, Brooklyn. All are welcomed. Cost: $10/suggested donation. Contact: RSVP to katemilford@extremekidsandcrew.org. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, May 18th from 1pm — 7pm
Dance Parade and Dance Fest (DOWNTOWN MANHATTAN)
Now this is what I call a party! Grand Marshall’s are Louie Vega, Baba Chuck Davis, and Jacqulyn Buglisi. The theme this year is Unity through Dance and there will be over 75 diverse dance styles from ballet to break dance! Floats, live bands, and DJ’s. Woot! Afterwards, head to the Dance Fest in Tompkins Square Park from 3pm to 7pm.
Details: 21st Street and Broadway, NYC. All ages welcomed. FREE for all. Contact: (267) 350-9213. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, May 18th at 1:30pm
Meet the Author and Illustrator of Little Tug, Stephen Savage at New York Transit Museum (BROOKLYN HEIGHTS)
Award-winning author/illustrator Stephen Savage talks about being an illustrator and reads his latest book Little Tug, about a lovable and hard-working New York harbor tug boat. An art-making workshop will follow.
Details: Boerum Place and Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn. All ages welcomed. FREE with paid admission. Contact: 718-694-1792. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, May 18th from 2pm — 5pm
FUZIPOP! Dance Party for Kids at Pink Elephant (GREENWICH VILLAGE)
Get ready to party! Taking place in real nightclubs we bring this exciting world to the kids & parents of NYC. The 8-year old phenom DJ Kai Song, who has taken the adult and kid music scene by storm, headlines the events and plays the current popular dance music that our kids have been drawn to. All club spaces will be transformed into a kid-centric daytime club party space.Woot!
Details: Email info@fuzipop.com for more information.

Saturday, May 18th at 3pm
A Picture Perfect Afternoon at Scholastic Store (SoHo)
Meet Mark Teague, author of The Three Little Pigs and the Somewhat Bad Wolf and illustrator of the How Do Dinos series, Matthew Reinhart, paper engineer and author of Star Wars: A Pop-Up Guide to the Galaxy, Nicholas Blechman, illustrator of Night Light, and the author and illustrator of Lucky Ducklings — Eva Moore & Nancy Carpenter!
Details: 557 Broadway, NYC. Ages 3 and up. FREE for all. Contact: 212-343-6166. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, May 18th at 5:30pm
Trilok Spring Swing – Annual Fundraiser
Trilok will be hosting an auction of the children’s artwork, toward a robust fundraising goal of $50K. Proceeds raised will be utilized to purchase a new state-of-the-art greenhouse for the garden and dance floor for our performing arts theater in the basement floor. Great food, music and just great people will be in attendance. So come help this community organization flourish and grow to serve our neighborhood even better.
Details: 143 Waverly Place, Brooklyn. Adults only. Visit the website for more information.

SUNDAY MAY 19TH

Sunday, May 19th — May 27th: various times
Kings County Sports at Aviator Sports (FLOYD BENNET FIELD)
The FUN is coming to Brooklyn! The 4th Annual Kings County Fair will include a variety of rides and games for kids of all ages, yummy treats including cotton candy and funnel cakes, and so much more!
Details: 3159 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn. All ages welcomed. Cost: $5/General Admission with various prices for activities and rides. FREE/kids under 36″. Contact: 718-758-7500. Visit the website for more information.

Sunday, May 19th from 9am — 11:30am
Open Play Drop-Off at Brooklyn Robot Foundry (GOWANUS)
This should be fun! There will be open play drop off where kids will have the opportunity to build obstacle courses for robots, craft robots out of clay and found objects, create marble runs, giant lego creations and much more.
Details: 303 Third Avenue (between 1st and Carroll Street), Brooklyn. Ages 5-9. Cost: $15/hour. Contact: (347)762-6840. Visit the website for more information.

Sunday, May 19th from 10am — 11:30am
A Closer Look for Kids at MoMA (MIDTOWN WEST)
Share your ideas and participate in drawing, movement, or writing activities as you explore three to five works of art in the museum galleries. Kids and adults participate together.
Details: 11 West 53 Street, NYC. Ages 5 to 10. Cost: FREE for up to two adults and up to three kids. Additional adults $25, seniors $18, students $14. Contact: (212) 708-9400. Visit the website for more information.

Sunday, May 19th from 10am — 11:30am
Seining the River Wild at Brooklyn Bridge Park (BROOKLYN HEIGHTS)
Participants can learn about the creatures of the East River as scientists use a 20-foot seining net to catch and release these critters. RSVP is required.
Details: Main Street, under the Manhattan Bridge, Brooklyn. All ages welcomed. FREE for all. Contact: (718) 222-9939. Visit the website for more information.

Sunday, May 19th from 10am — 2pm
WE Bike NYC Celebrates Moms at Carroll Park (CARROLL GARDENS)
WE Bike NYC presents the kick-off event to their Moms on Wheels initiative providing support to new and seasoned riders alike and provide mom and kid friendly rides, safety education, and fun bike activities for all ages. At this event you’ll be able try out bike seats from all the major categories (front, middle, and rear-mounted), trailers, trailing bikes, balance bikes and cargo bikes, and enter for a chance to win one. There will also be face painting, bike, scooter, and stroller decorating, snacks, an obstacle course for the kids, fix-a-flat demos, helmet fitting and much more. Dads are welcome too.
Details: Court Street between President & Carroll Streets, Brooklyn. Recommended for adults with children 12 and under. FREE for all. Contact: info@webikenyc.org. Visit the website for more information.

Sunday, May 19th from 10am — 4pm
NY Family Magazine Presents The New York Baby Show with Rosie Pope at Pier 92 (UWS)
This is a family-friendly mega-show, the New York Baby Show will help new parents and parents-to-be discover many of the best products for maternity, baby and toddler from national and local companies, as well as offer an inspiring menu of lectures, seminars and demonstrations from highly regarded and beloved figures in the world of parenting and pregnancy.
Details: 711 12th Avenue, NYC. All ages welcomed. Cost: $20/family ticket; $10/single ticket. Contact: pam@alisonbrodpr.com. Visit the website for more information.

Sunday, May 19th from 10am — 5pm
Torah Unwrapped at Jewish Children’s Museum (CROWN HEIGHTS)
Children explore the process of making a Torah during this interactive workshop. Uncover the history of hundred-year-old scrolls, see and handle unfinished hides for parchment, mix ink, fashion goose-feather quills and watch the scribe as he practices his “scribal scribble” on a piece of parchment!
Details: 792 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn. Ages 5 to 15. FREE for all, fees for activities. Contact: info@jcm.museum. Visit the website fore more information.

Sunday, May 19th from 10am — 5pm
CMA Around the World: Caribbean Cultural Fest at Children’s Museum of Arts (SOUTH VILLAGE)
This should be so much fun! Celebrate Caribbean Cultural Festival with Haitian musician Bonga and his band as well as a variety of dances from La Troupe Zetwal and Cumbe. Join in the drum circle or create your own 3D topographical island maps, headdresses inspired by Carnival costumes, and island animations. There will also be live performances by PS115K.
Details: 103 Charlton Street, NYC. All ages welcomed. FREE with museum admission. Contact: 212.274.0986. Visit the website for more information.

Sunday, May 19th at 11:00am
Baby Stories and Singalongs at Greenlight Bookstore (FORT GREENE)
On Sunday mornings, children’s performers keep babies and toddlers under 3 years old entertained with stories, songs, and interactive play. Vered’s music is all about bonding with your little one. Her album Good Morning My Love was named a 2011 favorite by Laurie Berkner, kid-music superstar and fellow mom, in USA Today, and is also a 2012 winner of a Parents’ Choice Gold Award! Through songs that encourage joyful interaction, accompany daily routine, and give melody and words to the emotional experience of the baby and parent, Vered’s music lends a warm and upbeat soundtrack to the nuances of life with a baby or small child. The songs range from playful to emotive, gentle to silly, and sweet to upbeat, mirroring the experience of the new parent
Details: Geared toward ages 3 years and under. Open to public, but on a first come, first served basis. 686 Fulton Street (at South Portland). Visit the website for more information.

Sunday, May 19th from 11am — 1pm
Brunch Baby, Brunch at Brother Jimmy’s BBQ (UNION SQUARE)
“New York City’s Premiere Baby/Kid-friendly weekly brunch featuring Live DJ spinning a perfect mix of baby-friendly songs that parents love. This fun and hip baby brunch offers a casual vibe while enjoying a meal with family, friends, or favorite playdates.” The event includes free weekly giveaways, raffle prizes, and a stroller friendly space. In a word, it’s awesome! My son and I had the opportunity to check it out and meet with the organizers, and we had a blast. I drank sangria and he drank orange juice. I ate and he played. And we both danced until we dropped. Good times!
Details: 116 East 16th Street, NYC. All are welcomed. Cost: $30/adult, includes brunch, all you can drink specials, and kids eat FREE. Visit the website for more information.

Sunday, May 19th from 11am — 2pm
Frolic! Rock and Roll Carnival at Brooklyn Bowl (WILLIAMSBURG)
Get your tickets NOW because this is going to be an awesome time! Tim and the Space Cadets, Little Rock-its by Frolic!, Mario the Magician, Special Guests, and more!
Details: 61 Wythe Avenue, Brooklyn. All ages welcomed. Cost: In advance: $15 for adults, $10 for kids 12 and under. Day of: Adults $20, $15 for kids 12 and under. Contact: (718) 963-3369. Visit the website for more information.

Sunday, May 19th from 11am — 4pm
Fleece Festival at Prospect Park Zoo (PROSPECT PARK)
From the organizers, “It’s time for some wild and woolly fun! Watch our sheep get their annual haircuts, and enjoy activities on the Farm. Musical guests will also perform.” Here is the schedule of events:
11am — 4pm: Make a craft to celebrate the barnyard animals.
12pm — 4pm: Wooly Wonders at the Barnyard — Learn the art of felt-making with a docent. Play the sheep to sweater game.
2pm — 5pm: Barnyard Hoedown — Listen to live music by the Otter Brother!
1:30pm and 3:30pm: Sheep Shearing — See the sheep get their annual haircuts!
Details: 450 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn. All ages welcomed. FREE with paid admission. Contact: (718) 399-7339. Visit the website for more information.

Sunday, May 19th at 12:00pm — 1:00pm
Story Time at Books of Wonder (CHELSEA)
Each week, they choose several books (based on the age of the children attending) and sit down with children and their parents.
Details: 18 West 18th Street, NYC. All ages welcomed. FREE for all. Contact: 212.989.3270 or emailstore@booksofwonder.com. Visit the website for more information.

Sunday, May 19th from 12pm — 2:30pm
Shavuot Family Celebration at Kings Bay Y (WINDSOR TERRACE)
There will be cheesecake, kosher snacks, Israeli music, Shavuot Basket decorating, a Darbookah drum circle, Israeli dancing, cooking classes, face-painting and other arts and crafts.  This event is FREE for the entire family. No sign up is needed, just show up!
Details: 3495 Nostrand Avenue, Brooklyn. Contact: 718-407-6377.

Sunday, May 19th from 12pm — 5pm
The 40th Annual Ninth Avenue International Food Festival (MIDTOWN WEST)
Bring your appetites and get ready to experience the world through delicious food. Enjoy cuisines from different countries: Poland, Italy, Spain, Greece, Japan, Thailand, and more. There will be games and activities for kids, as well as a live stage entertainment of international music and dance at 55th Street on both days. Please note: this event will take place rain or shine.
Details: 9th Avenue 42nd – 57th Streets, NYC. All ages welcomed. FREE admission. Contact: (212) 581- 7217. Visit the website for more information.

Sunday, May 19th from 12pm — 5pm
The Prospect Park Carousel (PROSPECT PARK)
It’s a great weekend to ride the carousel! The 101 year-old carousel features 51 carved horses, a lion, a giraffe, a deer, and two dragon-pulled chariots.
Details: Ocean and Flatbush Avenues and Empire Boulevard, Brooklyn. All ages welcomed. Cost: $2 per ride, $9 book of 5 tickets. Contact: (646) 393-9031. Visit the website for more information.

Sunday, May 19th at 1pm
Sing-A-Long Sound of Music at Brooklyn Center for Performing Arts (BROOKLYN COLLEGE)
Get your vocal chords warmed up for this screening of the Academy Award-winning Julie Andrews movie musical, complete with subtitles so that the whole audience can sing along. Classic tunes include “Climb Every Mountain,” “My Favorite Things,” and of course the soaring title song. If you’ve always wanted to be a part of a musical, this is your chance! Please note that this event runs almost four hours and is therefore not recommended for children under six years of age.
Details: 2900 Campus Road, Brooklyn. Ages 5 and up. Cost: $15. Contact: 718-951-4500. Visit the website for more information.

Sunday, May 19th at 1:30pm
Inside-Outside at New York Transit Museum (BROOKLYN HEIGHTS)
After reading The Inside-Outside Book of New York City, everyone will create colorful “inside-outside” picture books to express our visions of subway travel.
Details: Boerum Place and Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn. Ages 5 and up. FREE with paid admission. Contact: 718-694-1792. Visit the website for more information.

Sunday, May 19th from 2pm — 4pm
Bija Family Picnic at Fort Greene Park (FORT GREENE)
Grab the family and join Bija Kids and friends for an afternoon of family fun! Talia will lead yoga,  Thomas will lead outdoor art projects and the Acopladitos doing a concert! Refreshments, face-painting, raffle prizes and more.
Details: Near the monument, Brooklyn. All ages welcomed. FREE for all. Contact: Bijakids@gmail.com. Visit the website for more information.

Sunday, May 19th at 3pm
Brooklyn Bridge 130th Anniversary Poetry Reading at Brooklyn Bridge Pier 1 (DUMBO)
Poets will read Hart Crane’s epic poem The Bridge. Readers include Joe Weil, Mary Jo Bang, Timothy Donnelly, Jorie Graham, Richard Howard, Dorothea Lasky, Eileen Myles, Evie Shockley, and others. Reception and book signing to follow.
Details: Old Fulton and Furman Streets, Brooklyn. All ages welcomed. FREE for all. Contact: (718) 222-9939. Visit the website for more information.

Sunday, May 19th from 3pm — 5pm
One World Brooklyn Kids Chorus Gala Concert at Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church (FORT GREENE)
Not only will there be a kids concert, but also additional all-star guest artists include — internationally acclaimed, award winning classical guitarist, ROBERT SECRIST; grammy winning fiddler,singer-song writer & composer-in-residence (for the OWBKC) LISA GUTKIN; Eastern European & Balkan singer EVA SALINA; beloved jazz & gospel singer & director of the Lafayette Avenue Inspirational Ensemble JANIS RUSSELL; and celebrated jazz vocalist CARLA COOK.  Artist CD’s available for sale with a portion of sales to benefit ONE WORLD BROOKLYN KIDS CHORUS.
Details: 85 South Oxford Street, Brooklyn. All are welcomed. Visit the website for more information.

Sunday, May 19th from 6pm — 9pm
Family Bingo Night at The Moxie Spot (BROOKLYN HEIGHTS)
Participants can eat, drink, play bingo, and win big! There will be prizes for the children, who, by the way, will get to eat for FREE with the purchase of an entree.
Details: 81 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn. Ages 9 and under. FREE for all. Contact: 718-923-9710. Visit the website with more information.

Sunday, May 19th from 6pm –10pm
PS 84 Williamsburg Gala and Silent Auction (WILLIAMSBURG)
The PS 84 PTA will host their 2nd annual Gala & Silent Auction to help support their ongoing fundraising efforts & to celebrate a year of success. The event will take place at Crown Victoria (60 South 2nd Street, Corner of Wythe) on May 19th from 6-10 p.m. The “Party of the Year” will feature a live DJ, delicious home-cooked food, cash bar, and a silent auction featuring many favorite local and city-wide businesses. PS 84 families, friends and local community members are invited to attend this exciting event. Tickets are available now for $25 per person ($30 at the door). Purchase tickets online at http://ps84.brownpapertickets.com.
Details: 60 South 2nd Street, Brooklyn. All are welcomed. Visit the website for more information.

ALL WEEKEND

Saturday, May 18th and Sunday, May 19th from 11am — 4pm
Fleece Festival at Prospect Park Zoo (PROSPECT PARK)
From the organizers, “It’s time for some wild and woolly fun! Watch our sheep get their annual haircuts, and enjoy activities on the Farm. Musical guests will also perform.” Here is the schedule of events:
11am — 4pm: Make a craft to celebrate the barnyard animals.
12pm — 4pm: Wooly Wonders at the Barnyard — Learn the art of felt-making with a docent. Play the sheep to sweater game.
2pm — 5pm: Barnyard Hoedown — Listen to live music by the Otter Brother!
1:30pm and 3:30pm: Sheep Shearing — See the sheep get their annual haircuts!
Details: 450 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn. All ages welcomed. FREE with paid admission. Contact: (718) 399-7339. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, May 18th and Sunday, May 19th from 11am — 3pm
Kids Corner at Habana Outpost (FORT GREENE)
Eat delicious food, drink, and enjoy a kid-friendly planned activity!
Details: 757 Fulton, Brooklyn. All ages welcomed. FREE for all. Visit the website for more information.

Saturday, May 18th and Sunday, May 19th from 12pm — 5pm
The 40th Annual Ninth Avenue International Food Festival (MIDTOWN WEST)
Bring your appetites and get ready to experience the world through delicious food. Enjoy cuisines from different countries: Poland, Italy, Spain, Greece, Japan, Thailand, and more. There will be games and activities for kids, as well as a live stage entertainment of international music and dance at 55th Street on both days. Please note: this event will take place rain or shine.
Details: 9th Avenue 42nd – 57th Streets, NYC. All ages welcomed. FREE admission. Contact: (212) 581- 7217. Visit the website for more information.

Friday, Saturday, and Sunday through May 27th: various times
Kings County Sports at Aviator Sports (FLOYD BENNET FIELD)
The FUN is coming to Brooklyn! The 4th Annual Kings County Fair will include a variety of rides and games for kids of all ages, yummy treats including cotton candy and funnel cakes, and so much more!
Details: 3159 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn. All ages welcomed. Cost: $5/General Admission with various prices for activities and rides. FREE/kids under 36″. Contact: 718-758-7500. Visit the website for more information.

Through May 19th
Fridays at 10:30am and 5pm
Saturdays and Sundays 11am and 2pm
Making Books Sing: Wanda’s Monster the Musical at Theater 3 (MIDTOWN WEST)
Making Books Sing presents a new family musical featuring new songs by children’s music star Laurie Berkner including her hit “Monster Boogie”. The 50-minute musical features Wanda, a spunky 5 year old who believes there’s a monster in her closet. Wanda befriends “Monster,” with the help from her cool, rock star Granny. WANDA’S MONSTER, The Musical is based on the book by Eileen Spinelli with illustrations by Nancy Hayashi. Please note: Laurie Berkner will not be performing in Wanda’s Monster.
Details: 311 W. 43rd Street, 3rd Floor, NYC. Ages 3 to 6. Cost: $15/kids; $20/adults. Contact: abrenner@makingbookssing.org. Visit the website for more information.

Saturdays and Sundays in May from 1pm — 4pm
Pop-Up Audubon: Birds at Binnen Bridge (PROSPECT PARK)
This is a chance to get the entire family involved in outdoor fun! There will be several activities:
Nature on the Go! Bird Bonanza: 1pm & 3pm
Take an in-depth look at the largest organism within this habitat (trees) and discover the important role forests play in providing different habitats for the Park’s wildlife. This program includes hand-on activities and a nature walk through the forest.
Nature’s Helpers: 2pm
Families are encouraged to come and take a tour of the Park and help keep it clean along the way. Gloves, garbage bags, and trash grabbers will be provided.
Discovery Tour: 4pm
Learn what birds eat from trees, early spring migration, and discover the layers within the forest!
Details: Lincoln Rd./Ocean Ave. entrance, Brooklyn. All ages welcomed. FREE for all. Contact: (718) 287-3400. Visit the website for more information.

Saturdays at 11am and 5pm
Sundays at 12pm
Piggy Nation, The Musical at The Snapple Theater Center (MIDTOWN)
My son and I had the pleasure of seeing this show and we thought it was glorious! It’s a show filled with love and laughter and lessons learned. The intimate theater and the fact that audience members can enjoy a meet-and-greet with the cast makes it a totally a must-see. Based on the award-winning book, Piggy Nation follows Sammy Hamhock, a little pig excited to be on vacation following his Dad to work on Piggy Patrol, issuing tickets for piggy behavior. But is his Dad being a piggy too? Will Sammy lose the girl of his dreams, the lovely Lacey Leppard, because of his Dad’s piggy behavior? Can Sammy teach his Dad not to be a piggy?
Details: 210 West 50th Street, NYC. All ages welcomed. Cost: $30-44/standard seats; $60/premium seats. Contact: 212.921.7862. Visit the website for more information.

Saturdays and Sunday from 10am — 5pm
The Big Adventure at The Brooklyn Children’s Museum (CROWN HEIGHTS)
Visit the latest exhibit at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum,  Big Adventure, where  kids will be able to choose activity adventures that identify challenges, solve problems, make decisions, set goals, enhance creativity, and help them gain confidence.
Details: 145 Brooklyn Avenue, Brooklyn. All ages welcomed. FREE with museum admissions. Contact: (718) 735-4400. Visit the website for more information.

Saturdays and Sundays from 12pm — 5pm
Family Days Bowling at Brooklyn Bowl (WILLIAMSBURG)
Grab your kids and gather ’round for a day of indoor fun! Seriously, bowling is the new black and it is certainly fun for the entire family. Pack a snack or try tasty food from Blue Ribbon, which will be available for purchase.
Details: 61 Wythe Ave (Btwn N 11th St & 12th St), Brooklyn. All are welcomed. Cost: Saturday $25/lane/half hour; Sunday $20/lane/half hour; Shoes: $4.95/per person. Socks:$3/pair. Contact: (718) 963-3369. Visit the website for more information.

All Weekend from 10am — 5pm
MoMath Exhibitions at the Museum of Mathematics (FLATIRON DISTRICT)

There’s a new museum in town and it’s been getting rave reviews — the Museum of Mathematics! More than 30 exhibitions reveal the wonders of math in this 19,000-square-foot space. Interactive, hands-on, engaging and fun, the exhibitions invite participation, encourage experimentation, and spark curiosity in visitors of all ages and math skills. They bring math concepts to life in ways that amaze, astound enlighten and entertain. Many have surprising outcomes that stimulate visitors to want to understand why.
Details: 11 East 26th Street (between 5th and Madison Avenues), NYC. All are welcomed. Cost: $15/adults; $9/children. Contact: (212) 542-0566. Visit the website for more information.

ONGOING

Friday, Saturday, and Sunday through May 26th: various times
Rennie Harris RHAW at New Victory Theater (TIMES SQUARE)
Rennie Harris Awe-inspiring Works features a youthful company of nine dancers who pop and lock, b-boy and boogaloo to create funky, upbeat depictions of city life, young love, and growing up.
Details: 209 West 42nd Street, NYC. Ages 6 and up. Cost: $14–$38. Contact: 646.223.3010. Visit the website for more information.

Saturdays through August 31st at 3pm
Bargemusic Family Concert at The Brooklyn Bridge Park (FULTON FERRY LANDING)
Walk across the gangplank of a renovated coffee barge into a “wonderfully intimate wood-paneled room with thrilling views of lower Manhattan and excellent acoustics.” Experience why critics call Bargemusic “the perfect chamber-music hall” and why artists say it is “unlike any other place in the world to perform.”
Details: All are welcomed. Visit the website for more information.

Ongoing from 12pm — 4pm
Luna Park (CONEY ISLAND)
Take a thrilling ride on the famous Cyclone or one of the new rides debuting for the 2013 season.
Details: 1000 Surf Avenue, Brooklyn. Ages 3 and up. Cost: Pay-per-ride or POP packages available. Contact: 718.373.LUNA (5862). Visit the website for more information.

Through July 7th from 10:30am — 4:30pm (hourly)
IMAX Flight of the Butterflies at The American Museum of Natural History (UWS)

This is a great way for children (and adults alike!) to learn about the 3,000-mile journey traveled every fall by half a billion Monarch butterflies… at one of NYC’s favorite museums! This migration, which begins in Canada and continues through the United States to Mexico, is the longest and most amazing insect migration on Earth.
Details: Central Park West at 79th Street, NYC. All are welcomed. Cost: $25/adults; $19/students and seniors; $14.50/children ages 2-12. Price includes admission to the museum. Contact: 212-769-5200. Visit the website for more information.

Through September 15th 2013: various times
Gazillion Bubble Show at New World Stages Theater (MIDTOWN)
You’ve seen how your kids react to bubbles. Now, imagine how they would react to seeing people inside bubbles, or lasers shooting through bubbles, or bubbles within bubbles?!  They will be enthralled…and so will you. I’m been to this twice because we love it so much. Awesome show and well worth the price and trip. The Gazillion Bubble Show in Manhattan, is all about bubble magic and everyone from David Letterman to Oprah thinks the show is pretty fantastic.
Details: 340 West 50th Street, NYC. All ages welcomed. Cost: $44.50 -$89.50 (VIP package). Purchase tickets: Telecharge at 212.239.6200 or at www.telecharge.com. Visit the website for more information.

Through January 5, 2014 from 10am — 6pm
Whales: Giants of the Deep at The American Museum of Natural History (UWS)
Get a load of this! Whales: Giants of the Deep brings you close to some of the most massive mammals on Earth. Featuring life-size models, interactive exhibits, films, as well as over 20 whale skulls and skeletons.
Details: Central Park West at 79th Street, NYC. All ages welcomed. Cost: $25 adults; $14.50 kids age 2-12; $19 seniors/students (General admission plus 1 ticket includes admission to the museum and Rose Center plus 1 special exhibition). Contact: 212-769-5100. Visit the website for more information.

 

Similar Posts:

Leave a Response