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Sustainability Scavenger Hunt

Sustainability Scavenger Hunt

Jul 13, 2019 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Nelson A. Rockefeller Park
River Terrace & Murray Street
New York, NY

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Suggested Ages: Babies to 11-14

FREE

Explore Rockefeller Park, learning about the Hudson River Estuary and the impacts of climate change. Clues focusing on the effects of climate change will lead participants to the causes, hidden in strategic locations (ex. storm water runoff grate, planted areas, covered trash cans) that show how waterfront parks are an important mitigation area between land and sea. Books celebrating water and water conservation practices geared towards children will be available for attendees looking for a more relaxed activity.

Part of City of Water Day.

New York Stock Exchange Christmas Tree Lighting

Sip some hot cocoa, send a note to Santa, meet costumed characters and enjoy performances Maxx Factor, Dalton & the Sheriffs, Fogo Azul, The Salvation Army Choir, School of Rock, Brett Altman, Bella DeNapoli, and more.

The 78-foot pine tree and the iconic columns of the New York Stock Exchange will be lit at 4:15…

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New York Theatre Ballet Nutcracker

See a ticketed performance of New York Theatre Ballet’s kid-friendly, one-hour version of the Tchaikovsky’s beloved holiday ballet The Nutcracker in the Winter Garden benefitting Brookfield Place’s charitable partner, City Harvest. Set in Art Nouveau-style circa 1907 with innovative choreography by Keith Michael, this production features clockwork imps, an owl that flies above the audience,…

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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.

See our complete guide to National Museum of the American Indian –…

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Battery Playscape

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…

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Nelson A. Rockefeller & Teardrop Park

Frolic on wide waterfront lawns and explore multiple playgrounds plus gardens, public art pieces, and a sheltered pavilion.

In Rockefeller Park, climb large jungle gyms with swinging bridges, netting, slides, poles and more. Ride a pedal-powered merry-go-round and dig in multiple sandboxes and a handicapped-accessible sand table. In warm weather, be sprayed by an elephant…

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Gov­er­nors Island Win­ter Vil­lage

Enjoy sea­son­al activ­i­ties, fes­tive win­ter lights, games and food and drinks along­side warm­ing fire pits. Explore win­ter arts and cul­tur­al pro­gram­ming amid a sparkling dis­play of hol­i­day lights and a his­toric Coast Guard-era fire truck photo-op. Play lawn games like corn­hole, can jam and giant Jen­ga.

⛸ Spin on a 5,000-square foot outdoor skat­ing rink…

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