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Rock Center Saturday School & British Invasion Mania

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September 14 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

Rockefeller Center

45 Rockefeller Plaza Midtown

FREE

Rock & Roll Playhouse presents an interactive and educational live music experience for families in the courtyard on the plaza at Rockefeller Center featuring the music of the Beatles and other 60s Brit bands. Also join family workshops and activities on STEAM subjects (STEM + Art) from Art Sundae, the Climate Museum, LEGO, New York Botanical Garden, see magic shows and other performances and enjoy food and beverage offerings. Plus last few weeks to dig in the mini-beach.

Beach at Rockefeller Center

Build sand castles and lounge under striped umbrellas at a mini beach/sandbox in the Channel Gardens of iconic Rockefeller Center. We could have stayed all day.

Window on Adornment: LaKela Brown at Rockefeller Center

Three vitrine spaces inside 45 Rockefeller Plaza, are activated with site-specific installations of plaster wall reliefs by Brooklyn-based artist LaKela Brown. Using bamboo hoops, door knocker earrings, heavy rope chains, and her own body as tools for casting, Brown makes impressions in the plaster, embedding the material with a series…

Etazin Sculpture Chair

Sit/lie/play on an interactive outdoor lounge chair, designed by a local mom,¬† with steel rings that turn for multiple views of this bus city block.    

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Beach at Rockefeller Center

Build sand castles and lounge under striped umbrellas at a mini beach/sandbox in the Channel Gardens of iconic Rockefeller Center. We could have stayed all day.

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Heckscher Playground

Central Park’s largest playground features¬†a shaded area with swings and slides, a large, maze-like climber, lots of water features with tunnels, ramps and slides plus giant rocks to climb.

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Window on Adornment: LaKela Brown at Rockefeller Center

Three vitrine spaces inside 45 Rockefeller Plaza, are activated with site-specific installations of plaster wall reliefs by Brooklyn-based artist LaKela Brown. Using bamboo hoops, door knocker earrings, heavy rope chains,…

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