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Our French instructor Sonia Gautier founder of Nos Petits Cheris is very excited to share her program with our community. Nos Petits Cheris is a program that offers a complete French immersion.
Your child will learn to work in a group, build new vocabulary, discover French songs, and familiarize with the French alphabet and numbers through different activities.
Join us as we celebrate El día de los Niños/El día de los libros (Children’s Day/Book Day) with a series of fun activities for children of all ages. Families will enjoy arts & crafts and read-aloud as well as engaging in other fun activities. Día is a nationally recognized initiative that emphasizes the importance of literacy for all children from all backgrounds. It is a daily commitment to linking children and their families to diverse books, languages and cultures. The common goals of all Día programming are toFind out more »
Grounded in a mission to share stories through theater, music, dance & visual art, as well as oral & literary forms, Sugar Hill presents tales, fables, histories & myths that genuinely reflect the diverse ethnic & cultural milieu of our surroundings.Find out more »
Students explore scientific concepts through the lens of artists who express themselves using science, getting an in-depth look at how they use a variety of themes like physics, math and technology in their work. For ages 5 and older. Presented by the Children’s Museum of Manhattan.Find out more »
ALL WELCOME! BRING FAMILY AND FRIENDS! PLEASE JOIN US FOR AN AFTERNOON OF FREE ACTIVITIES: Lei making; Hula & music sessions; Keiki (kids) activities and more. As a finale of this aloha-filled day we are featuring the NY Premier of the award winning documentary film “Sons of Hālawa,” (56 minutes), and Q&A with NY’s very own Jason Poole. Details for film screening:Find out more »
Don’t miss a day of fun, family, and track & field! Free running, jumping, and throwing competitions, plus instructional clinics for children in grades 2 – 8.Find out more »