News in NYC

The Jewish Museum launches its fall 2015 season of family programs in September with a lively array of concerts, art workshops, and more.  The fall line-up includes Sunday concerts by Alison Faith Levy on October 11, The FunkeyMonkeys on October 25, Ralph’s World on November 8, Joanie Leeds and the… Read more »

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  • Summer Sports Experience is an instructional youth program that teaches sports skills. Knowledgeable Parks staff train kids in sports like baseball, basketball, flag football, futsal, lacrosse, soccer, Speedminton, track, ultimate frisbee, and volleyball.  The program covers basic and more advanced techniques. Summer Sports Experience is recommended for children ages 8-14…. Read more »

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  • If your child has caught the acting bug and has an ambitious outlook when it comes to their career in the theater world, then the Sour Grapes Summer Program is the perfect fit! For this year’s challenge, campers will be putting together a fully staged show within the span of… Read more »

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  • SummerStage KIDS IS BACK!  Presenting more than 90 free performances – from music and storytellers to dance, juggling, and puppetry – in 34 city parks, there is sure to be something for every kid (big and small) to enjoy. Highlights this year include the annual Family Day series, which has expanded to… Read more »

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  • Learning how to swim improves your health and fitness, keeps you safe in and around the water and prevents drowning. To help teach New Yorkers to swim, NYC Parks is offering free swimming lessons for people of all ages at their outdoor pools this summer. They offer summer Learn to Swim… Read more »

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