Coquí Club: Honoring AAPI Month
Suggested Ages: 3 to 5
Join an interactive, bilingual program facilitated by El Museo museum educators with storytelling, discussion and an art making project.
In May, honor the influence of Asian Americans and Pacific Islander Americans across cultures. Read A Boy Named Isamu, by James Yang and learn about the artist Isamu Noguchi’s amazing imagination and how he used it to create big, beautiful sculptures. Use your hands to create your own sculptures. Put on your Coqui crowns and get ready to have fun.
Preregistration required. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Across the street at Central Park’s Conservatory Garden.
Also at 11 am
Super Sábado | Celebrating Puerto Rican Art & Culture
Join us a fun-filled day celebrating Puerto Rican art and culture inspired by El Museo del Barrio’s new Permanent Collection exhibition, Something Beautiful. Activities include storytelling, gallery tours, art-making, dance workshops, and a special salsa performance by Jose Trombone & His Conjunto Rumbon. All ages welcome.More info
Pride Family Day
Visit the Cathedral Close for an ice cream social, resource fair, activities & games plus a performance by the Queer Big Apple Corps Marching Band.
The columns and arches of the largest Cathedral in the world are illuminated in all the colors of the rainbow to celebrate the diverse community.
Explore soaring architecture and rotating…More info
PS 125 Ralph Bunche School Spring Fair
Enjoy a bouncy house, touch-a-truck, BioBus, Harlem Grown’s mobile kitchen, face painting, henna and nail art, slime making, tie dye, food, snacks, and more at this annual fair.
All proceeds go toward PS 125, The Ralph Bunche School.More info
Young Urban Planners: Playground Adventure
Join Conservancy guides for an intergenerational summer adventure at one of Central Park’s iconic playgrounds. Explore the playground’s structures and landscape through fun, hands-on activities to learn about the design and urban planning principles that shape Central Park’s play spaces. Fun for budding urban planning enthusiasts and playground regulars.
Happening weekly at different playgrounds throughout…More info