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African American Quilting for Kids

African American Quilting for Kids

Apr 29 @ 1:00 pm2:00 pm

Dyckman Farmhouse Museum




FREE

Suggested Ages: All

Learn about different quilt patterns, such as the The ‘North Star’ pattern inspired by escaped enslaved people’s travels via the Underground Railroad. Learn about the experiences of enslaved people during the colonial period by creating a quilt square using text, images, patterns and creative imagination.

The Emperor’s New Clothes

The New York Scandia Symphony presents an educational children’s music performance of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Emperor’s New Clothes, as part of the larger Scandinavian Music Fest.

This classic and well-known Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale features a comic look at human nature. A king is overawed with his own appearance, and his court is…

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The Met Cloisters Family Tours

Share ideas and enjoy hands-on gallery activities that bring medieval works of art to life in a castle-like setting.

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Alterations and Repair: Dance, Music & Poetry

Follow a poet through Fort Tryon Park to see and hear dance, music, and poetry performed on benches, lawns, stairways, pathways, near rock faces, and under trees. Original music is played on saxophone, frame drum, harmonica, flute, and accordion. An impressive ensemble of contemporary artists inspired by nature and the elegance of Fort Tryon Park…

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Drums Along The Hudson: A Native American Festival

Celebrate Native American heritage, culture, and art and the diversity of New York City including Spanish, African, Brazilian, and Tibetan cultures. The all day event features Mohawk Elder Tom Porter, the Thunderbird American Indian Dancers, Sri Lankan Dancers and Drummers, music, storytelling, crafts, a Tree of Peace planting, international cuisine, a Pow Wow and crafts.…

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