Things To Do In New York This Weekend With Kids + BONUS Father’s Day Guide, Jun 16th – 18th, 2017

Calling All Superheroes!


An insanely adorable event for your kids at The Playroom, 1439 1st Avenue, New York, 10021 on Friday, June 16th, 2017 from 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm.
Phone: (212) 729-6149
Email: play@theplayroomnyc.com

Curated Care’s Kid Experts present Calling All Superheroes a cool event that provides a platform where kids can enjoy many active and adventurous superhero games. It’s a day well spent with family, your kids get to make a creative own comic book in this art project. Delighting refreshments such as pizza, snacks, and much more will be served. The event winds up with a movie to finish out this awesome evening of big-kid fun. Kids of ages 5-10 are welcome. The price is $30 for 1st child, $25 for 2nd and 3rd child.

The Princess, the Emperor, and the Duck


Come watch this great show in the most happening place in NYC the Swedish Cottage Marionette Theater, West 79th Street and West Drive inside Central Park, New York, 10044 on Friday, June 16th, 2017 repeating every week until August 19th, 2017 at various times.
Phone: (212) 988-9093

Don’t let your kids miss this great show. A modern retelling of three classic Han Christian Andersen tales, at Central Park’s Swedish Cottage Marionette Theater. The story line has so many good morals which will be conveyed to children in a very sweet way with attractive painted sceneries. It is certain that this show will grab the attention of the little visitors and make their day filled with glee. Ideal for kids of the age 3-9. Pricing ranges from $8 to $12.

Brooklyn Ballet Presents: Roots and New Ground 2


Little ballerinas can step in The Actors Fund Arts Center, 160 Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn, New York, 11201 on Friday, June 16th, 2017 at 8:00 PM. The event will take place until June 18th, 2017.
Phone: (718) 246-0146

Brooklyn Ballet has opened its doors for the two-week spring season, so young ones can learn more.A multidisciplinary dance company centered in ballet, which takes inspiration from the vibrant cultural diversity of both Brooklyn and the art of dance, the Brooklyn Ballet continues to present artists working in a number of movement forms. These artists express the deep honor for traditions and explore new contexts. This season’s premieres and revivals features ballet, urban vernacular, early tap, buck dance, jazz and modern dance. The main choreographers are David Fernandez, Mike “Big Mike” Fields, Julia K. Gleich, Claudia Jeschke, Matthew Olwell and Lynn Parkerson. Kids of the age 5 and up can tap their feet here. Pricing ranges between $10 and $100.


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