Mil’s Trills’ Let it Out
October 9 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Suggested Ages: All
Join Mil’s Trills to celebrate the release of their 4th album, Let It Out, offering all ages musical tools and activities that help identify, accept, and process emotions in positive and reaffirming ways. Connect with neighbors, family, and friends to restore community, nourish self-love, and build empathy as we ease through back to school transitions amidst the incessant pandemic.
Expect a full band performance, a dance presentation with Mil’s Trills’ students and teaching artist Maria Mitchell, and an opportunity to get creative by participating in a collaborative songwriting experience using Mil’s Trills’ Messy Music Method.
Takes place outdoors in the plaza.
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Admire a vast array of over two hundred haute couture garments from the legendary house of Dior as well as photographs, archival videos, sketches, vintage perfume elements, accessories, and more.
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This former menagerie is designed to allow up-close animal viewing, perfect for families with young children who want to learn about wildlife.
Explore a Discovery Trail and encounter 400 animals of 150 species including red panda, dingo, and a host of beautiful birds. Visit unique small cats, sea lions and Chinese-big headed turtles.
Food and…More info
Join a found object puppet building workshop to build superheroes and complete the story of City of Trash residents who do not know what to do as their beloved city is overrun with waste (avaialble virtually beforehand).
Bring scissors; glue/tape; markers; and a variety of found/recyclable objects.
A theatrical experience created by Grand Pistachio, who…More info
Nosh at the largest weekly open-air food market in America featuring 35 local vendors—including Parantha Alley and Vaquero Elotes—and a full bar. . At what the New York Times calls “The Woodstock of Eating,” try Amazeballs meatballs by NFL player Derrell Smith, egg sandwiches based on Japanese tamagoyaki, Fluffies’ thick soufflé pancakes. Portuguese sandwiches, Afghan…More info
Strategically placed branches and stumps of trees damaged by storms and other materials from within Prospect Park invite engagement nature and unstructured play in this magical playground. several areas to explore including sand for digging and water features for pumping and splashing.More info
Enjoy lots of modern climbing equipment juxtaposed with colonial themes inspired by the adjacent Old Stone House, site of the 1776 Battle of Brooklyn. Explore a submarine periscope and interactive panels depicting the historic battle among natural stone and rustic pavement, then attack your enemies with water cannons.
A gated toddler area features bucket swings,…More info