Building a Community – How Can We Make a Difference?
July 8 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Suggested Ages: 7 to 14+
Join the Tenement Museum online to explore the role of community in creating change, through the story of the Saez-Velez family, a Puerto Rican family who lived on the Lower East Side for fifty years. Beginning with their arrival in New York in the 1950s, see how different generations of the Saez-Velez family built community at home, at school, at work, and in the neighborhood. Talk about the significant impact that Puerto Rican culture and movements have had on the U.S. and share about different ways that all of us can participate in community action.
Recommended for ages 7 – 14; fun for parents too.
Recordings of past family programs available.
Join free virtual jam sessions from talented performers across the nation organized by local musician/educator Jam With Jaime. For Little Kids (0-6) Monday, Wednesday & Friday; Big Kids (7-12) Tuesday…
Explore cool areas of mathematics not covered in school and stoke the flames for a lifelong appreciation of mathematics. Daily sessions are available for grades pre-K through 12 on topics…
Sing and play along with award-winning children’s musician Zev in an online music show featuring upbeat rhythms, funny songs and instruments from around the world.
NYC magician Max Darwin (aka The Amazing Max) teaches magic tricks using objects available at home. All you need is a pencil, quarter, nickel, dollar bill, and deck of cards.…