#KidsCorner | Have fun while learning about nature
It's a one-stop shop for educational children’s activities.
The Alley Pond Environmental Center will host five upcoming events that offer hands-on opportunities to learn about nature.
The Make a Splash program will investigate water and its properties through experimentation and study on Saturday, July 15, at 12:30 pm. Continue Reading
#PickoftheWeek | Queensboro Dance Festival is July 19+20
It's by Queens and for Queens.
The Queensboro Dance Festival is set for July 19-20 (at 7 pm both nights)outdoors at the Hunters Point Park waterfront in Long Island City. (Rain dates: July 26-27.)
Twenty-seven cultural and contemporary groups will offer a wide variety of genres, including Indian Continue Reading
#WeeklyColumn | July 13 – July 19 | It’s In Queens!
“Free” and “Outdoor” are catchwords this week with 14 different summer programs offering concerts, films, and performances throughout the borough. History, improvisation, recycling, and a multi-waterfront event are also on tap.
July 13, Philippines Night, 7 pm. Live international dance, music, and Transit, a 2013 drama Continue Reading
#OngoingFun | Free Shakespeare in Queens parks!
They’re back! And this time they’re bringing epic battles, political sex scandals, and plenty of zany characters.
Hip to Hip Theatre Company will present family-friendly versions of two Shakespeare plays -- Henry IV: Part 1: The Prince and the Rebel and Measure for Measure – throughout Continue Reading
#KidsCorner | Learn science at summer camp
Summer's here, and it's time to get an education.
The New York Hall of Science is offering three "Design-Make-Play Innovation" camps for children in first-to-sixth grades. These five-day adventures get youngsters to explore concepts in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Each one includes interactive activities, exhibit exploration, a student Continue Reading