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Master Composter Certificate Course with the NYC Compost Project hosted by Queens Botanical Garden

Queens Botanical Garden

queens Mon, Mar 10, 2014 - Mon, May 05, 2014

The Master Composter Certificate Course is a wonderful way to become more involved in the composting community in Queens and to share your love for composting with others! You will gain a deeper understanding of composting in NYC and support in creating a compost-related project of your design. Master composters ...

Yes, Chef with Marcus Samuelsson

Lower East Side Tenement Museum

Manhattan Thu, Aug 09, 2012 - Wed, Oct 28, 2015

The chef of the famous Red Rooster in Harlem shares excerpts from his new book, "Yes, Chef."

Free Teen Nights at MoMA

Museum of Modern Art

Manhattan Ongoing

Crafted as artistic events just for ages 14-19, these Friday afternoons kick off with pizza before participants settle down to make art, watch films and discuss art and artists of the past 125 years. The last session in 2011 is December 16. The first in 2012 is January ...

Field Trip Program

Flamenco Latino Dance Studio

Manhattan Ongoing

A 45-minute lecture demonstration performance in flamenco and the ida y vuelta ('round trip') styles, representing an assimilation of Latino songs and rhythms by flamenco artists which started during the late 1800s. The studio will be converted to a black box theater space with curtains, lighting and seating for an ...

Large Group Classes

Flamenco Latino Dance Studio

Manhattan Ongoing

One hour group class in flamenco or salsa dance, or both for up to 40 students at our midtown Manhattan studio. Featuring professional instruction and live music. Scheduling available during late mornings and afternoons.

After School Program (Cuatro Esquinas)

Flamenco Latino

Manhattan Ongoing

Cuatro Esquinas: The Origins of Salsa Music and Dance is a workshop of 4-6 sessions that culminates in a lecture-demonstration and student performance.

Latino Heritage Lecture/Demonstration

Flamenco Latino

Manhattan Ongoing

Celebrating Latino Heritage: Exploring Spanish and African Roots is a 45-minute in-school, lecture demonstration that also involves student participation.

Jazz for Curious Listeners

National Jazz Museum in Harlem

Manhattan Ongoing

The National Jazz Museum in Harlem hosts free, weekly jazz appreciation courses let by the museum's Executive Director Loren Schoenberg and guest instructors.

Terrarium Gardening

Voelker Orth Museum

Queens Ongoing

After a brief introduction to the water cycle and terrarium history, budding environmentalists can try their hand at making their own terrarium to take home. 

Who Is Afraid of Honey Bees

Voelker Orth Museum

Queens Ongoing

By learning the differences between honey bees, wasps and hornets, kids can curb a fear of a harmless insect. This workshop teaches students what bees do, how long their life cycle is and why there's nothing to be afraid of.

Birds, Our Feathered Friends

Voelker Orth Museum

Queens Ongoing

Imaginations take flight in this workshop where young ornithologists learn about bird habitats and create their own bird feeder to take home.

From Caterpillar to Butterfly

Voelker Orth Museum

Queens Ongoing

The process of a caterpillar becoming a butterfly is one of nature's more mysterious happenings. Kids in this workshop learn how the caterpillar sustains itself inside of its cocoon and how it transforms into a beautiful butterfly.