The Human Body: The Good, the Bad and the Gross

Explore the human body through what comes out at a free event hosted by Science Adventure Kids. Topics include what makes us bleed, what blood is made of and why noses run. Have these and more pressing questions answered.

Conversations and stories may lead to some entertaining projects, including Bodacious Blood Tests, Boogie Down Boogers,…

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Lunar New Year Zodiac Animal Movement Workshop

To celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, Long Island City School of Ballet presents a Zodiac Animal Dance Movement Workshop for children three to seven years old. Fly like a dragon and hop like a rabbit and imagine how animals might move to music.

Register at [email protected]. Space is limited. Participants will receive…

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Ballet For All Kids Halloween Workshop

Take a ballet workshop designed for neurodiverse kids with a fun Halloween twist.  earn new skills and the classic techniques of ballet while gaining self-confidence, friendships, self-discipline, and the joy of movement. This workshop will be hosted in a safe setting which will include passionate volunteers.

Online registration required.

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Ballet For All Kids Holiday Workshop

Take a ballet workshop designed for neurodiverse kids with a fun Halloween twist.  earn new skills and the classic techniques of ballet while gaining self-confidence, friendships, self-discipline, and the joy of movement. This workshop will be hosted in a safe setting which will include passionate volunteers.

Online registration required.

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Kiddie Raves

ABCirque hosts circus adventures, arts & crafts, a ball pit wonderland, music, and a kiddie dance party, all before afternoon nap.

Tickets available on a sliding scale with a suggested donation of $12-$20 per guest.

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Movement & Music

Join Miss Debbie for an afternoon of dancing and movement in the large playground. Get your body moving to kid-friendly songs, try out some instruments, and sing along in the great outdoors.

At the large playground (or alcove across from the playground depending on crowd size).

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