April 23, 2017
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Sunday, April 23 (See map view)

Damien Vera’s “Cope,” an imposing 14-foot modern steel sculpture is temporarily on display in Rye Town Park. This shining abstract sculpture adds a creative flair to the park’s natural landscape and is on display through the summer of 2017.

All day.

A sculpture park on 500 beautifully landscaped acres, Storm King opens for the season this month! The Center features 100 carefully sited, awe-inspiring sculptures by acclaimed artists. Wear your walking shoes.

10am–5:30pm.

The Children’s Museum of the Arts is joining the Meatpacking District and the New York Hall of Science in presenting a limited run of ARTech, an activity center with STEAM based workshops, installations and interactive activities for kids. The program features a GIF-making station, Ball Pool, Star Lab, Build-it Center, Velocity Ramp and more. ARTtech has a limited run so catch it while it’s here! For families with children ages 4 and up. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Reservations required.

10am–5pm.

Healthyville is a nationally touring interactive exhibit on health and wellness, teaching children important facts about nutrition, fitness, safety, hygiene and functions of the body. Visitors have hands-on opportunities to explore health by looking inside a giant nose, moving on a fitness trail and flossing inside a huge mouth.

10am–5pm.

Celebrate Earth Day by learning about how we can protect and support our environment and essential pollinators, like the honeybees who live at Wave Hill.

10 am to 1 pm.

This spring festival celebrates all things sheep and wool related. Visitors explore the process of turning wool into cloth, while also enjoying activities and having fun! Hands-on activities include dyeing wool, a fashion show, weaving, crafts for children, sewing with wool and creating a picture with wool from sheep or alpacas. Scottish border collies display their sheep herding skills and friendly alpacas are on site. Children can also enjoy stories told by well-known storyteller Jonathan Kruk. To round out the spring experience, fresh seasonal food is available. For all ages. Reservations required.

10am–5pm.

The Museum’s outdoor Nature Play Area opens for the season today. Come celebrate with special opening day activities and enjoy this unique play area. Grasshopper Grove is open Saturdays and Sundays through mid-November.

10am–4pm.

The lovely and familiar tale of Mulan, the brave young woman who disguises herself as a man to take her father’s place in the army. This noble Chinese folk tale features an amazing heroine, authentic and beautiful costumes and lovely songs. And for children, it’s an educational journey through an ancient civilization. Reservations required.

11am and 2pm.

Teaching Trails is a guided trail experience through the woodland forest. On most Saturdays and Sundays, “Trail Ninjas” provide information on trees, plants, wildlife and seasonal changes. Come see what’s going on in the winter woods.For all ages. Reservations not required.

11:30am.

Get up-close and personal with insects and other critters that creep, crawl, and cruise around the Hudson River Valley in springtime. Check out live and preserved insects on display, then explore Wave Hill with insect guru Lawrence Forcella to hunt for native creatures in their garden habitats.

Noon to 1 pm.

Families can drop into the Museum on Sundays for casual art-making and family friendly activities. The activities connect with the art and ideas of the Himalayas, and in April the focus is on sound. Kids create playful visualizations of sounds by drawing, painting, scribbling and experimenting. Reservations not required.

1–4pm.

Part of the Family Fun Series, this iconic story is told with live actors, inventive puppets, original music and magnificent set design. This production is a visual feast and a magical re-telling of the timeless story by Antoine de Saint-Exupery. Juice and cookies are served after the show. For all ages. Reservations required.

3pm.

Once every month, The Church of St. Barnabas offers an Episcopal worship service for special needs families. The church offers a warm and accepting environment and features games, music, storytelling and multisensory activities. This Rhythms of Grace service offers a new way to worship and foster a sense of community. 4pm. For all ages. The Church of St. Barnabas, 15 North Broadway, Irvington-on-Hudson. 591-8194. stbarnabaschurch.org.

4pm.

Monday, April 24 (See map view)

Damien Vera’s “Cope,” an imposing 14-foot modern steel sculpture is temporarily on display in Rye Town Park. This shining abstract sculpture adds a creative flair to the park’s natural landscape and is on display through the summer of 2017.

All day.

Healthyville is a nationally touring interactive exhibit on health and wellness, teaching children important facts about nutrition, fitness, safety, hygiene and functions of the body. Visitors have hands-on opportunities to explore health by looking inside a giant nose, moving on a fitness trail and flossing inside a huge mouth.

10am–5pm.

Enjoy a nature-themed story and discover the wonders of nature while exploring fields, forest and landscaped grounds. This is a drop-in program; dress for outdoors For children ages 3-5. Reservations not required.

1–2pm.

Tuesday, April 25 (See map view)

Damien Vera’s “Cope,” an imposing 14-foot modern steel sculpture is temporarily on display in Rye Town Park. This shining abstract sculpture adds a creative flair to the park’s natural landscape and is on display through the summer of 2017.

All day.

Healthyville is a nationally touring interactive exhibit on health and wellness, teaching children important facts about nutrition, fitness, safety, hygiene and functions of the body. Visitors have hands-on opportunities to explore health by looking inside a giant nose, moving on a fitness trail and flossing inside a huge mouth.

10am–5pm.

Join the Pottery Barn Kids Book Club story time club and hear a special story every Tuesday morning. Become a member and receive a special gift after five visits. For children who are preschool age.

11–11:30am.

Wednesday, April 26 (See map view)

Damien Vera’s “Cope,” an imposing 14-foot modern steel sculpture is temporarily on display in Rye Town Park. This shining abstract sculpture adds a creative flair to the park’s natural landscape and is on display through the summer of 2017.

All day.

A sculpture park on 500 beautifully landscaped acres, Storm King opens for the season this month! The Center features 100 carefully sited, awe-inspiring sculptures by acclaimed artists. Wear your walking shoes.

10am–5:30pm.

Healthyville is a nationally touring interactive exhibit on health and wellness, teaching children important facts about nutrition, fitness, safety, hygiene and functions of the body. Visitors have hands-on opportunities to explore health by looking inside a giant nose, moving on a fitness trail and flossing inside a huge mouth.

10am–5pm.

The Children’s Museum of the Arts is joining the Meatpacking District and the New York Hall of Science in presenting a limited run of ARTech, an activity center with STEAM based workshops, installations and interactive activities for kids. The program features a GIF-making station, Ball Pool, Star Lab, Build-it Center, Velocity Ramp and more. ARTtech has a limited run so catch it while it’s here! For families with children ages 4 and up. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Reservations required.

3–7pm.

Thursday, April 27 (See map view)

Damien Vera’s “Cope,” an imposing 14-foot modern steel sculpture is temporarily on display in Rye Town Park. This shining abstract sculpture adds a creative flair to the park’s natural landscape and is on display through the summer of 2017.

All day.

A sculpture park on 500 beautifully landscaped acres, Storm King opens for the season this month! The Center features 100 carefully sited, awe-inspiring sculptures by acclaimed artists. Wear your walking shoes.

10am–5:30pm.

Healthyville is a nationally touring interactive exhibit on health and wellness, teaching children important facts about nutrition, fitness, safety, hygiene and functions of the body. Visitors have hands-on opportunities to explore health by looking inside a giant nose, moving on a fitness trail and flossing inside a huge mouth.

10am–5pm.

The Children’s Museum of the Arts is joining the Meatpacking District and the New York Hall of Science in presenting a limited run of ARTech, an activity center with STEAM based workshops, installations and interactive activities for kids. The program features a GIF-making station, Ball Pool, Star Lab, Build-it Center, Velocity Ramp and more. ARTtech has a limited run so catch it while it’s here! For families with children ages 4 and up. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Reservations required.

3–7pm.

Come in your PJ’s and bring your favorite blanket and Teddy bear when you join in the fun at this Pajama Storytime. Librarians read stories and lead games and songs. There’s also a bedtime snack at this event, which comes around on the last Thursday of every month. For children ages 3 and up with their grownups. Reservations not required.

6–7:30pm.

Friday, April 28 (See map view)

Take a guided tour around the farm to check out the animals, grounds and greenhouses. Enjoy the seasonal wonders of Stone Barns. 11:15-noon today and every Friday through Nov. 17. Children must be accompanied by a ticketed adult.

11:15–noon.

Damien Vera’s “Cope,” an imposing 14-foot modern steel sculpture is temporarily on display in Rye Town Park. This shining abstract sculpture adds a creative flair to the park’s natural landscape and is on display through the summer of 2017.

All day.

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