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Many of today’s elevated subway stations feature faceted glass scenes of the surrounding community and local culture. See examples of these vivid installations, and then create a window scene of your own design.
Winter’s Eve kicks off with a neighborhood tree lighting ceremony, then continues through the evening and features free entertainment, food tastings, in-store activities and shopping around and about this colorful and vibrant neighborhood. Stop by the Tisch WNET Studios to meet Sid the Science Kid and maybe get a free thank you gift.
Die-hard fans and first-timers can take their pick of Nutcrackers this season—or choose to chew them all up. The holiday ballet can be seen in trademarked virtuosic style at Lincoln Center; adapted for young audiences; free in the Winter Garden; as an R-rated cabaret; and many more variations.
Dubbed the "It girl" in kids/family music by New York Magazine and the "Sheryl Crow for kids" by The New York Post, Bari Koral's catchy, pop tunes, are a huge hit with children and adults.
The company’s highly popular one-hour “Opera for Kids” presentations, led with great flair by Mr. Capasso, are aimed at children 4 years old and up.
Scandinavia House invites young children and their caretakers to experience how Swedes prepare for Christmas in this customary julpysseldag (Christmas craft day). Kids will learn the secrets of making traditional holiday crafts like woven hearts, yarn tomtar and paper angels.