PS 166’s Annual Fall Fest Spooktacular
Oct 26, 2019 @ 10:00 am– 5:00 pm
Suggested Ages: All
Enjoy inflatables, food, games, and activities including slides, rock painting, a gaga center, slime making, face & hair painting and more. The Doll House – the scariest haunted house on the Upper West — is geared toward 3rd graders & older (and parents too).
Pride at CMOM
Throughout June, CMOM uplifts and honors LGBTQIA+ voices in honor of Pride Month with a full schedule of storytelling workshops, colorful creations and parades.Help create a gigantic Pride flag by filling it with unique colorful objects.
Related art projects change weekly. Build tools to stand up for rights, celebrate community and commemorate the anniversary Stonewall…More info
Don’t Stop Believin’
See new jukebox musical made entirely from recycled materials, from the set & costumes to the toe-tapping tunes. Featuring Chickenshed Players, this new musical has taken inspiration from the cast, young people from across the world, a guest nutritionist and a marine biologist to explore how to make a healthier world.
Classic songs – with…More info
Diana Ross Playground
Summit Rock, the highest natural point in Central Park, provides a shady (climbable) backdrop to this pretty playground. A large wooden climbing structure with multiple levels of platforms and decks links to ladders, slides, and tire swings, all set in a naturalistic sand area. Also enjoy toddler swings and spray showers in the summer.
Children’s Museum of Manhattan (CMOM)
Explore interactive, educational, well-designed exhibits for babies to pre-teens.
🎨 Immersive Inside Art: Create, Climb, Collaborate
🐒 Spacious Adventures with Dora and Diego
🇺🇸 Right to Vote (with a Presidential desk)
⚡️ Comic-book inspired Superpowered Metropolis.
⭐️ Tons of educator-led experiences and special guest artist…More info