Kid On The Town
Culture For City Kids
Events This Week
Find fun family programming (and yummy frozen treats) on the High Line and at Lincoln Center. Watch classic kid films and see lots of muppets at the newly-opened Jim Henson’s World. Choose from a selection of family-friendly shows and concerts for all ages. Visit public art around town or explore a museum, where you can always find excellent air conditioning.

All events are free unless noted otherwise. See our Instagram and Pinterest for visuals.

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Loiza Fest

11:00 am–8:00 pm
Loiza Street Festival (East 109th Street between 2nd & 3rd Avenues)

Festival Santiago Apóstol De Loiza En El Barrio celebrates the African influence of Loiza, Puerto Rico in New York City’s East Harlem neighborhood. The community pay homage to the traditions of the homeland left behind with traditional food and craft vendors, live performances of Bomba, Plena + Salsa, a host of kids activities and other surprises. Create child-friendly arts and crafts and listen and dance to live beats with an alcapurria or a bacalaito in hand.

Also on Sunday.

MetFridays: Beyond Boundaries

5:00 pm–9:00 pm
Metropolitan Museum Of Art (1000 Fifth Avenue at 82nd Street)
Free with museum admission (Pay-what-you-wish, suggested $25, free/ages 12 & under)

The Met hosts art making, artist talks, and discussions that explore symbolism, language, and other ways to build understanding between artists and appreciators. Explore the overlaps between the drawn image and the written word in the Ancient Near Eastern Art galleries during drop-in drawing. Follow your nose and discover works of art in new ways. Choose a favorite fragrance and use it to guide your search through the galleries.

MetFridays—English Renaissance Consort Songs

5:30 pm–6:30 pm
The Cloisters (99 Margaret Corbin Drive)
Free with museum admission (Pay-what-you-wish, suggested $25/adults, free/kids under 12)

Soprano Ruth Cunningham and cellist James Waldo perform English Renaissance consort songs by Dowland and others in a magical medieval hall.

Amplified Sundays

7:00 pm–9:00 pm
Pier I (Riverside & 70th Street)

Listen to danceable live music accompanied by sunsets over the Hudson River.

Heidi Latsky: ON DISPLAY

7:00 pm–8:00 pm
Whitney Museum of American Art (99 Gansevoort Street)

On the occasion of the 27th anniversary of the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Whitney and the High Line celebrate access and inclusion for all with a performance of ON DISPLAY by Heidi Latsky Dance, which incorporates dancers with and without disabilities. Walk through a human sculpture court on the Museum’s outdoor galleries and across the way on the High Line.


Bryant Park Moves with Limon Dance

10:00 am–11:00 am
Bryant Park (42nd Street & Fifth Avenue)

All levels and ages are invited to experience the joy of movement and dance in weekly free classes led by former and current members of the internationally renowned modern dance company Limon Dance accompanied by live drumming.

Kids Rock! Family Day at Rockefeller Plaza

10:00 am–1:00 pm
Rockefeller Center (45 Rockefeller Plaza)

Enjoy a variety of activities including face painting, giant foosball and Connect 4® games, a popsicle stand, mini LEGO® build stations, a photo booth, and live music throughout the iconic Rockefeller Plaza.

Make It Rooted!

10:00 am–1:00 pm
High Line 14th Street Passage (Tenth Avenue & West 14th Street)

Explore different traditions and ecosystems, the roots of local communities, through dance, art, music, and storytelling. Presented by the High Line in collaboration with Abya Yala Arte y Cultura; portions of this program will be in English and Spanish. Part of a monthly series.

Lincoln Center Out Of Doors Family Weekend: Double Dutch

10:30 am–5:00 pm
Lincoln Center (65th Street & Broadway)

Celebrate double dutch and the women of color who’ve contributed to the cultural fabric of NYC through this competitive sport turned art form. Features demonstrations, jump-ins, panel discussions, a film screening and exhibition.

Madeline: Storytime and Crafts

11:00 am–12:00 pm
Strand (12th Street & Broadway)

Enjoy a storytime and craft with beloved Parisian orphan Madeline.

Also on Sunday.

NYC Children's Poetry Festival

11:00 am–5:00 pm
Governors Island (Governors Island)

As part of the New York City Poetry Festival, little poets can share their own original poetry on the kids-only stage, listen to book readings, play writing games, explore a Poetree Forest (a land of balloons that children can write poems on and add illustrations to) and walk through a handmade teepee village.

Also on Sunday.

39th Annual Thunderbird American Indian Mid-Summer Powwow

12:00 pm–5:00 pm
Queens County Farm Museum (73-50 Little Neck Parkway)
$10, $5/ages 12 & under

New York City’s oldest and largest powwow features intertribal Native American dance competitions and a large selection of unique Native American art, crafts, jewelry, and food. A spectacular event held in the apple orchard on the farm grounds.

Also on Sunday.

Bryant Park Reading Room Kids: Happy Hooping with Amy Rogers

12:00 pm–2:00 pm
Bryant Park (42nd Street & Fifth Avenue)

Try Happy Hooping with Amy Rogers, Hula Hoop Mover & Shaker, followed by a 1 pm storytime with Cali Co Cat and her carousel pals. Be sure to catch a spin on the charming Le Carrousel ($3).

Colonial Ice Cream Family Day

12:00 pm–2:00 pm
Morris-Jumel Mansion (65 Jumel Terrace)
Free with museum admission ($5, Free/ages 12 and under)

Learn about the history of ice cream during the 1700’s, and the many different unusual flavors colonists enjoyed. Then make a colonial flavored ice cream, such as lavender, or a classic flavor, like vanilla. Advanced registration recommended. Register by emailing [email protected]

The Great Pie Robbery ... Or, We Really Knead the Dough

12:00 pm–1:15 pm
The Elektra Theatre (300 West 43rd Street off 8th Avenue)

Crusted Custard! The pies are missin’! In Skunk Valley, Ma and Pa Baker’s livelihood is threatened when the evil Vincent Von Villenueva plots to take over the town starting with their pie shop. This spoof of turn-of-the-century melodramas—complete with a dashing hero, a mustache-twirling villain and a slew of wacky characters-encourages audience members to get involved in the action by cheering or booing the characters during entrances and exits, while a live piano emphasizes all the dramatic moments.

Also at 3 pm.

Graffiti Workshops

2:00 pm–5:00 pm
Pen + Brush (29 East 22nd Street)

Artist Michela Martello teaches a workshop for age 5 & up on the graffiti alphabet. Artist Josephine Barreiro leads a workshop for ages 9 & up on creating street art through the quiet magic of sticker art; handmade slaps and postals. Both artists currently have murals on view in a space dedicated to showcasing the work of female artists and writers.

The Dark Crystal

2:00 pm–4:00 pm
Museum of the Moving Image (36-01 35 Avenue (at 37 Street) )
Free with museum admission ($12/adults, $9/students & seniors, $6/ages 3-12, free/2 and under)

See Jim Henson’s beloved fantasy film on a big screen. On a remote planet in the distant past, a Gelfling embarks on a quest to find the missing shard of a magical crystal, to restore order to his world. Using a mix of puppetry, animatronics, modern special effects, and more, The Dark Crystal creates a sense of visual astonishment rarely equaled in fantasy filmmaking. In conjunction with exhibition Jim Henson’s World.

Also Sunday 4:30 pm.

Warm Up 2017

3:00 pm–9:00 pm
MoMA PS1 (22-25 Jackson Avenue)
$18/in advance, $22/at door

MoMA PS1’s pioneering outdoor music series celebrates its 20th season with ten Saturdays presenting the best in live and electronic music—both local and global—across a range of genres. Experience an outdoor dance party among the immersive and interactive installation Lumen by Jenny Sabin Studio for the Young Architects Program.

Ragtag Theatre's Cinderella

3:30 pm–4:30 pm
McGinn/Cazale Theatre (WP Theater) (2162 Broadway at 76th Street)

Follow a poor troupe of “Italian” actors as they present a hilarious musical romp through the well-known fairy tale Cinderella, with daffy llamas, roller skating fairy godmothers, selfie taking step sisters, Carol Channing, and furry kicks standing in for the traditional glass slippers. Performed in the interactive street theater style known as Commedia dell’arte with larger-than-life characters, colorful song and dance numbers, tons of pop culture references and a great message on self-worth. Fun for all ages.

Sundays through August 27

Bargemusic Family Concert

4:00 pm–5:00 pm
Brookyln Bridge Park (334 Furman Street)

Walk across the gangplank of a renovated coffee barge for a one-hour, family-friendly concert. Includes a Q & A session with the musicians. Doors open 15 minutes before the performance; no reserved seating is available.

Riverside Clay Tennis Association Concerts

7:00 pm–9:00 pm
Riverside Clay Tennis Association Courts (Riverside Park & West 96th Street)

Enjoy the sunset over the Hudson while listening to a diverse line-up including bluegrass, jazz, samba and a Middle-Eastern band with a belly dancer. Bring a picnic blanket (and a picnic dinner if you wish). If the weather is iffy, call 212-978-0277 to see whether a concert has been postponed.


Family Dance Programs with TAYLOR 2

11:00 am–3:30 pm
Children’s Museum of Manhattan (CMOM) (212 West 83rd Street between Broadway & Amsterdam)
Free with museum admission ($11, $7/seniors, free/ages 11 months old & younger)

Acclaimed modern dance company TAYLOR 2 visits CMOM for interactive programs. At 11 am, ages 5 & under can take a unique “mommy/daddy and me” class the uses rhythm games, songs and creative movement to teach the fundamentals of dance. At 12 pm, join the dancers of TAYLOR 2 as they stretch, dance and prepare for an upcoming dance performance at CMOM. Dance with them, talk with them and learn what it takes to be a dancer for a Modern Dance company. At 2 & 3 pm, learn about Modern Dance and Paul Taylor’s choreography with bicycle wheels through an interactive performance. Also check out the interactive Let’s Dance exhibition.

Living History: Meet President George and First Lady Martha Washington

11:00 am–4:00 pm
New-York Historical Society (70 Central Park West at 77th Street)
Free with museum admission ($20, $6/ages 5-13, free/ages 4 & under
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George and Martha Washington, portrayed by Living Historians Michael and Maria Grillo, share their accomplishments in the Revolutionary War. Discover the general’s sword and field desk, examine maps of New York in the 18th century, and take a close look at their historical clothing.

Family Ecology Sail

12:00 pm–3:00 pm
South Street Seaport (Fulton & Front Streets)
$45/adult, $40/ages 12 & under

See the sights of New York Harbor from the decks of the historic 130-year-old schooner PIONEER. Explore what lives under the surface of the harbor and sail past the Statue of Liberty. Drag a trawl net and bring up fascinating organisms to meet (before they are let go). Bring your own food and drink.

Every other Sunday through Sept 10

Lincoln Center Out Of Doors Family Weekend: Double Dutch

12:00 pm–5:00 pm
Lincoln Center (65th Street & Broadway)

Josie Robertson Plaza
Teams from across the country showcase their speed, skill, and artistry as they vie for the championship in Double Dutch Summer Classic National Competition, the official competition organized by the National Double Dutch League

Summer on the Hudson: SunGaze

12:00 pm–4:00 pm
Pier I (Riverside & 70th Street)

Gaze at the central star of our solar system using special safe scopes with the Amateur Astronomers Association.

Le Carrousel Magique

1:00 pm–2:00 pm
Bryant Park (42nd Street & Fifth Avenue)

See feats and tricks performed by favorite magicians by the charming Le Carrousel.

Rubin Family Sundays: Instruments of Our Own

1:00 pm–4:00 pm
Rubin Museum of Art (150 West 17 Street)

In conjunction with the exhibition The World Is Sound, create a musical instrument and build upon the timeless tradition of making and playing musical instruments.

Harlem Meer Performance Festival: R&B/Soul with The Chris Black Experience

2:00 pm–4:00 pm
Central Park, Dana Discovery Center at the Harlem Meer (110th Street between Fifth & Lenox Avenue)

This summer lakeside concerts series features international and local musicians playing in a variety of easy-to-dance-to styles including jazz, Latin, world, and gospel music and dance. Some chairs are provided, or bring a blanket and picnic lunch to listen on a lawn.


2:00 pm–4:00 pm
Museum of the Moving Image (36-01 35 Avenue (at 37 Street) )
Free with museum admission ($12/adults, $9/students & seniors, $6/ages 3-12, free/2 and under)

See Jim Henson’s beloved fantasy film on a big screen. Featuring Jennifer Connelly, David Bowie, elaborate set pieces, including a castle inspired by M.C. Escher, and a witty and fantastical script by Monty Python member Terry Jones. In conjunction with exhibition Jim Henson’s World.

Also at 6:30 pm.


Museum of the City of New York Family Programs: Salsa Soundmakers

11:00 am–2:00 pm
Museum of the City of New York (1220 Fifth Avenue at 105th Street)
Free with museum admission (Get 2 tickets for $15)

Discover how the up-tempo performance of percussive Latin music and Afro-Caribbean-infused salsa dance grew in Rhythm & Power: Salsa in New York. Create a salsa soundmaker to join the beat.

Stettheimer Summer Mondays

1:00 pm–4:00 pm
The Jewish Museum (1109 Fifth Avenue at 92nd Street)
Free with museum admission ($15, free/ages 18 & under)

Create art projects inspired by the brilliant paintings and theater designs of Florine Stettheimer. Explore a new project each week on Mondays in July.

Hudson Riverkids: Bilingual Birdies Band

6:30 pm–8:00 pm
Pier 62 at Hudson River Park (Hudson River Greenway/enter at 23rd Street and West Side Highway)

Enjoy an outdoor interactive concert by bilingual musicians and teachers.


Mad. Sq. Pk. Art in the Park

10:00 am–12:00 pm
Madison Square Park (Madison Avenue & 24th Street)

In a series of workshops led by artist instructors from across several disciplines, including art, music, and poetry, children can express their creativity while exploring the current Mad. Sq. Art exhibition Josiah McElheny’s Prismatic Park.

StoryTime with Cali Co Cat

10:30 am–11:30 am
Bryant Park (42nd Street & Fifth Avenue)

Join park resident Cali Co Cat for meowsic, stories, and joke time. Be sure to catch a spin on the charming Le Carrousel ($3).

Museum in the Park: Graffiti Mural

11:00 am–2:00 pm
Cherry Tree Playground (99th to 100th Streets, Third Avenue)

The Museum of the City of New York hosts free family programs geared to families with children ages 6-12 years old. See examples of how artists in Graffiti movement in New York City in the 1970s and ’80, called “writers,” used public spaces—such as subway trains and buildings—as a canvas for their art. Create a nickname or “tag” for yourself and add your signature design to a graffiti mural.

Storytime Theater Class with Bitty City Players

3:00 pm–3:45 pm
Hippo Playground, Riverside Park (Riverside & 91st Street)
$10, online registration required

Create and explore stories through theater games, songs, and tactile crafts. Learn the basic skills of improvisation, and build confidence and group-work skills through playful and imagination-rich activities. Taught by Bitty City Players, an organization dedicated to educating, inspiring, and enriching NYC kids.

Naumburg Orchestral Concerts: ECCO

7:30 pm–9:30 pm
Central Park, Naumburg Bandshell (Central Park, West 72nd Street)

Enjoy free, outdoor classical music during the 112th season of the Naumburg Orchestral Concerts series. 1,000 seats are provided on a first come, first served basis.


Coquí Club: Imagine That!

9:30 am–10:30 am
El Museo Del Barrio (1230 Fifth Avenue)

On the first Wednesday of each month, learn, play, explore, and grow at El Museo’s bilingual program for ages 1-4. Discover new ways of interacting with art and each other with play time, storytelling, museum walks, and art making. No reservations required, first come first served.

Also a 11 am.

Museum of the City of New York Family Programs: Create an Activist Badge

11:00 am–2:00 pm
Museum of the City of New York (1220 Fifth Avenue at 105th Street)
Free with museum admission (Get 2 tickets for $15)

Discover key social movements, leading activists, and how ordinary New Yorkers have exercised their power to shape the city’s and the nation’s future in the exhibition Activist New York. Create a badge championing a cause you care about. Snack included.

Hippo Playground Music Series: Amelia Robinson of Mils Trills

3:00 pm–4:00 pm
Hippo Playground, Riverside Park (Riverside & 91st Street)

Follow up a free concert by splashing among the fun hippo statues. Music happens rain (inside the Hippo Playground Park House) or shine.

Uptown Bounce: Icons of the '80s & Palo

6:00 pm–9:00 pm
El Museo Del Barrio (1230 Fifth Avenue)

Join El Museo del Barrio and the Museum of the City of New York for free summer block parties. A tribute to late great musical legends Whitney Houston, David Bowie, and George Michael features Misbehaviour of Mobile Mondays! and Boogie Blind of X-Ecutioners spinning a mashup of favorite ’80s classics and all-levels dance lesson of the moves that defined the era. At El Museo, create a “palo,” a stick from Africa’s Congo region and later brought to the Caribbean embedded with the energy to bring positive change in unity. DJ Bembona will spin Latinx & Afro-Diasporadical sounds. Part of a weekly series.


Summer in the Square: Suzi Shelton

9:00 am–3:30 pm
Union Square (14th Street & Fourth Avenue)

Award winning singer and songwriter Suzi Shelton performs her catchy tunes for families and friends at 11 am. At 9 am, meet animals friends from Art Farm in the City, at 10 am, a surprise princess leads singing, dancing and games, at 10:30 am, “play” yoga with Karma Kids, at 2:30 pm, hear stories from PJ Library and at 3 pm, work out with Pop Fit Kids. All day, enjoy books, crafts, games, and other activities in a shady tent.

StoryDance Playgroup

9:30 am–10:15 am
Downtown Dance Factory (291 Broadway)

Enjoy story time, craft, dance games and activities and free play time in a nurturing, supportive, creative and professional environment. RSVP by email ([email protected]). Part of a monthly series.

Museum in the Park: Design a Park for the City

11:00 am–2:00 pm
Poor Richards Playground (East 109th Steet between Second & Third Avenues)

The Museum of the City of New York hosts free family programs geared to families with children ages 6-12 years old. Investigate Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux’s plan from the 1850s for a grand public space called Central Park, then put on an urban planner hat and design a version of Central Park

Light Play

11:30 am–1:00 pm
Governors Island (Governors Island)
$10/child (suggested)

Explore light, get creative and play in the HoloCenter on Governors Island. This kids program encourages creativity and scientific investigation. Take the 10 am or 11 am Governors Island Ferry from 10 South Street, Manhattan.

Broadway In Bryant Park & Sing-A-Long

12:30 pm–4:00 pm
Bryant Park (42nd Street & Fifth Avenue)

Enjoy excerpts from current Broadway and Off-Broadway shows performed by cast members. From 2–4 pm, sing along to favorite standards with supplied songbooks at the piano by the terrace.

Dancing together with Dionne Kamara

2:00 pm–2:45 pm
Children’s Museum of Manhattan (CMOM) (212 West 83rd Street between Broadway & Amsterdam)
Free with museum admission ($11, $7/seniors, free/ages 11 months old & younger)

Dance teaching artist Dionne Kamara introduces a variety of dances from folk to the BrainDance with music by African diasporan percussionist Hasan Bakr. Also check out the interactive Let’s Dance exhibition.

Also at 3 pm.

Sing Along with East Side West Side Music Together

4:30 pm–5:15 pm
Hippo Playground, Riverside Park (Riverside & 91st Street)

Sing and make music with instructors from research based, educationally minded music and movement program Eastside Westside Music Together.

Native Sounds Downtown: Spencer Battiest

5:00 pm–6:00 pm
National Museum of the American Indian – New York (One Bowling Green)

Award winning and proud member of the Seminole Tribe of Florida, Spencer Battiest carries his soulful R&B voice to New York City in an outdoor concert on the cobblestones in front of the Museum (or inside the museum in case of inclement weather). Make sure to explore the always-free, kid-friendly museum.

Also at 3 pm.

New York Musical Festival: Backbeard The Musical

5:00 pm–6:15 pm
The Acorn Theatre at Theatre Row (410 West 42nd Street)

This rollicking musical tells the tale of Backbeard, the hairiest pirate who ever lived, and his quest to answer the question “How should a pirate look?” When a rowdy birthday party ruins his clothes, a pair of persuasive tailors convince him to try a vibrant new outfit of patterned trousers, a colorful coat, and a pig. Now the fearsome pirate must face his greatest challenges: winning the acceptance of the Pirate Council, the townspeople, and even his own crew, in a high-spirited story of courage, acceptance, and standing up for who you are.

Also Saturday 10:30 am & 1:30 pm and Sunday 1:00 pm

Strings on Hudson

5:30 pm–7:30 pm
Battery Park (Battery Place between State Street & Whitehall St)

Watch – and try – different ballroom dance styles accompanied by live music in Battery Park City’s new al fresco classical music series on the Hudson Waterfront.

Hudson Riverkids: Bilingual Birdies Band

6:30 pm–8:00 pm
Pier 62 at Hudson River Park (Hudson River Greenway/enter at 23rd Street and West Side Highway)

Enjoy an outdoor interactive concert by bilingual musicians and teachers.

MoMA Summer Thursdays

6:30 pm–9:00 pm
Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) (4 West 53rd Street)
Free with museum admission ($25, $18/seniors, $14/students, free/ages 16 & under)

The lovely MoMA Sculpture Garden hosts weekly multicultural musical acts from around the world. Louder kids can dance in the back by the gelato. In case of rain, music takes place in Theater 1. These concerts are not free, but we consider MoMA membership ($85) a great investment for any city family for the MoMA Art Lab alone.

Jazz at Pier 84

7:00 pm–9:30 pm
Pier 84 (Hudson River & 44th Street)

The first Thursday in June, July & August, musicians from the Jazz Foundation of America play on the pier.


New York Musical Festival: Happily The Musical

3:00 pm–4:00 pm
The Acorn Theatre at Theatre Row (410 West 42nd Street)

This new musical tells the story of Happily Ever High, the #1 preparatory school for fairy tale youth where students are assigned specific storybook roles such as Prince, Princess, Knight, or Fairy Godmother. According to their parents and teachers, finding ‘happily ever after’ means learning how to slay dragons or waiting idly by until someone rescues you from your tower. As graduation approaches, members of the senior class begin to realize that maybe their happiness isn’t found at the end of a storybook.

Also at 7 pm.

Brooklyn Children’s Theatre Performance: Sailimai and the Four Riddles

6:00 pm–6:30 pm
Children’s Museum of Manhattan (CMOM) (212 West 83rd Street between Broadway & Amsterdam)
Free with museum admission ($11, $7/seniors, free/ages 11 months old & younger)

The young cast from Brooklyn Children’s Theatre perform a perform this touching story about family, friendship, and remembering your values. Sailimai, a young Muslim schoolgirl, and her friends have to solve a series of riddles to save Sailimai’s father from being fired from his job. Also explore the exhibition America to Zanzibar: Muslim Cultures Near and Far.

Summer on the Hudson: Totally Public Karaoke

6:00 pm–10:00 pm
Pier I (Riverside & 70th Street)

Amaze the crowd and rock the mic at #TotallyPublicKaraoke nights in Riverside Park. Bring your friends, your voice, and your courage. All ages. Song books available.

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