Outdoor Ed-ventures: Obstacle Course
Mar 18 @ 10:30 am– 12:30 pm
Suggested Ages: All
Join the ultimate obstacle course crush. Each play safe obstacle has been constructed to challenge agility, coordination, balance, speed, and endurance.
For safety purposes, all participants are required to wear sneakers or other athletic shoes with a closed-toe and secure back (no flip-flops, crocs, sandals, slides, bare feet, only socks, etc.) Presented by Battery Park City Authority.
James Hsieh: No Place I’d Rather Be
Vibrant embroideries and hand-sewn textile sculptures by multi-disciplinary artist James Hsieh juxtapose childlike wonderments with adult thoughts and emotions in 28 Liberty’s ground-level amphitheater and retail space. Walk though fantastical nature in immersive environments and watch whimsical animations on oversized screens.
See the artists at work Mondays & Tuesdays from 12-6 pm.
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Governors Island Egg Hunt
Join the first-ever public egg hunt on Governors Island. 10,000 wooden painted Easter eggs will be hidden throughout the Island’s 120 acres of open space, with Island-specific prizes and giveaways for the most hard-boiled egg hunters.
Register for one of several levels of egg hunts tailored to specific age groups, along with an Island-wide scavenger…More info
Earth Day Berry Bash Celebration
Blueberries, chokeberries, cranberries, huckleberries—berries of all kinds are an important part of Indigenous food traditions. Join the museum in a springtime celebration that includes storytelling, films, and educational demonstrations about this delicious food with deep cultural roots.More info
imagiNATIONS Activity Center
Solve puzzles, perform experiments, play state-of-the-art computer simulations and find out how corn is like a dog in this interactive, family-friendly space. Explore scientific principles behind Native innovations and technologies that are so ingenious, many remain a part of our daily lives.More info
Explore a new playground with five ecology zones—Bluff, Marsh, Dune, Meadow, and Riverbed– in resilient design, post-Superstorm Sandy when the park survived the full force of the 15-foot storm surge and became a focal point of sea level rise. Lyrical patterns of water illuminate the portal, fence, and custom seating. Daylight filters through the punctuated…More info