AAPI Heritage Month Celebration
May 12 @ 3:00 pm– 7:00 pm
Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
Celebrate the AAPI instructors, educators, and cultural partners that collaborate with Bryant Park throughout the year. Circle though the park and try different workshops and classes like Kung Fu, Tai Chi, Ribbon Dancing. Stick around for the evening showcase. All activities are open to all ages and are first-come, first-served.
Wave Hill Family Art Project
Enjoy nature-inspired art projects among gorgeous gardens and trees overlooking the Hudson River. Themes change weekly.
The number of families able to participate at any given time will be limited to about nine. If you arrive and capacity is full, program staff will provide a “come back” card so you will have first entry for…More info
Field Guide: Planting Workshop
Join neighborhood farmer Anna Poaster of Hellgate Farm and talk about plants, planting, then get into the soil! Plant vegetables, herbs, and flowers in the education gardens.
Over the rest of the summer, these plants will be attracting pollinators, and being used, tasted, smelled, touched, and propagated in the season’s workshops.More info
Rose Garden Weekend
Celebrate the iconic Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden as it bursts to life. With over 500 varieties of roses, this display of classic summer color is not to be missed. Starting in June, follow this season’s bloom as it heads toward peak color with a Rose Tracker.
Kids can also join creative activities at the…More info
Meet Your Green Neighbors: Walk for Kids
Join Molly Nash Rouzie, an expert plant watcher with certificates in botany and horticulture, for a family-friendly tour of the natural wonders of Green-Wood Cemetery. and an introduction to plant parts.
During this 90-minute walk, kids will learn to make observations and identify the characteristics of plants they encounter.
This magical interactive, transformable playground lets kids create their own play space with sand, water, giant foam blocks, mats, wagons, fabric, and crates at their fingertips. Great view of the East River. Near lots of cool public art. Bathrooms available.More info
play:groundNYC’s The Yard
Get creative at a 50,000 square-foot adventure playground stocked with loose parts, tools and space for kids to play, imagine and dream big.More info