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PLAYDATE! Free Day at Sugar Hill Museum

PLAYDATE! Free Saturday

February 16 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling

898 St. Nicholas Ave at 155th street Harlem/Upper Manhattan
New York    + Google Map


Suggested Ages: Babies, Toddlers, 2-3, 4-5, 6-7, 8-10, 11-14

Join a fun-filled family day featuring art-making, storytelling, music and more celebrating Black History Month and all things Love. Make a Collage Weaving using unconventional upcycled materials, join resident storyteller Flor Bromley for magical stories and see the Shades Repertory Theater’s The Origin of the African Grove Theater based on a true story about African American storytellers in New York City before the era of cell phones, radio or television.

Sunday Fundays

Sing, dance & play with magical musical stories.

Friday Virtuous Journeys

Hear amazing stories filled with virtues like Courage, Grace, Humility and Love. Sing along, dance and even play musical instruments.

Showtime Saturdays with Alexander

Join an animated, passionate and imaginative  storytime will make you dance, sing, learn a new routine, and explore the world through big themes sensibly curated for little visitors.    

Uptown GRANDSCALE Mural Project

Uptown artists transformed three blocks of fencing located adjacent to the 125th Street Metro-North station into a canvas for murals that support and uplift the community.

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The Peace Fountain & Children’s Sculpture Garden

See charming small bronze animal sculptures created by K-12 students from NYC and tri-state area around a 40-foot high bronze sculpture by Cathedral Artist-in-Residence Greg Wyatt that weaves together several…

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