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February 19, 2018
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Saturday, March 3 (See map view)

Beautiful flowers, art, and architecture combine for this New York tradition. Now in its 16th year, The Orchid Show has thousands of dramatically displayed orchids in the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory featuring a series of installations crafted by floral designer Daniel Ost. Each display is a living sculpture that celebrates the complex beauty of these stunning flowers.

10am–6pm.

Learn how to identify and tap sugar maple trees, see an evaporator in action, and participate in a taste test challenge to see if you can tell the difference between maple-flavored syrup and the real thing. Choose between the longer Sugar Bush Tours and the Maple Lane Tours perfect for little legs. Check website for specific tour times. Remember to wear boots and dress warmly!

11am–3pm.

Say goodbye to winter and dark nights at this interactive light "playground." The unique experience features colorful, illuminated orbs on the cobblestone streets that are reactive to sound and movement and transform with every interaction. Best seen at night, you can also enjoy a choreographed music and lights show on the hour from 5pm to 8pm daily.

11 am to 9 pm.

The tale of a girl who came to us one day, walking upside down upon the rainbow. She has a unique way of looking at things, and a love for the Moon and stars. But she wonders: why do we light the night sky like daytime, hiding the things she loves?

12:30pm.

The City Parks Foundation presents the original marionette play based on J.M. Barrie’s iconic Peter Pan tales. This version is a spin on the beloved children’s classic. Leaving their parents behind, the Darling children follow Peter Pan back home to Neverland for the adventure of a lifetime. When the cunning Captain Hook turns Peter’s pals Tiger Lily and Tinker Bell against him, the …

1 pm.

It’s feeding time at Teatown! What nutritious foods are in the animals’ lunchboxes? Each month, you can help, watch and learn about the eating habits of Teatown’s Animal Ambassadors. This month come out of your shell and learn about turtles.

1pm–2pm.

Drop-in for three brand new, hands-on activities for March. With the help of faculty and staff, young media makers can explore, discover, and create amazing projects. Activities range from animation and sound editing to live green-screening and group storytelling projects!

1pm–3pm.

It’s never too early to introduce your child to music! The Music Conservatory of Westchester is giving local families a taste of their bilingual early childhood music education program with free sessions at Westchester libraries. The classes are an introduction to music through songs, sound exploration, rhythm and movement in an upbeat, nurturing environment.

1pm (2 months–2 years).

Stretch your creative muscles with crafts, games, and activities based on the work of the exhibition "Between I & Thou." Visitors of all ages and artistic abilities are welcome to stop by anytime in the afternoon to work with HVCCA educators and staff.

1pm–5pm.

Feel the heat of a new season approaching with the spicy rhythms and passionate flamenco dance by the group Flamenco Latino. Enjoy the visuals, the footwork, the guitar sounds and learn about this exciting dance. Then make a beautiful fan using colorful papers and creative decorations.

1:30pm–3:30pm.

Feel the heat of the summer approaching with the spicy rhythms and passionate flamenco dance by the group Flamenco Latino.

1:30 pm.

It’s never too early to introduce your child to music! The Music Conservatory of Westchester is giving local families a taste of their bilingual early childhood music education program with free sessions at Westchester libraries. The classes are an introduction to music through songs, sound exploration, rhythm and movement in an upbeat, nurturing environment.

1:45pm (2–4 years).

Join the fun and create a cute polymer clay panda. Students transform balls, coils, and cones of polymer clay into a one-of-a-kind sculpture and then dress the panda in an outfit of their choosing. Includes all materials.

2pm–3pm (Ages 5–8).

Join the fun and create a cute polymer clay panda. Students transform balls, coils, and cones of polymer clay into a one-of-a-kind sculpture and then dress the panda in an outfit of their choosing. Includes all materials.

3pm–4pm (Ages 9–12).

Enjoy visiting the wolves during their favorite hour - dusk - and discover why March is a magical time for packs in North America. Guests will take a short sunset hike to howl with Ambassador wolves Atka, Alawa, Nikai and Zephyr. All guests will be served weather appropriate treats and are asked to bring flashlights.

5pm.

Parents can enjoy a night to themselves, knowing that their kids are having a terrific time, creating art and eating pizza. Materials are provided for the evening of creative fun.

6:30–9:30pm.

The Kennedy Catholic Players present a musical comedy about everyone’s favorite eccentric family. After Wednesday Addams falls in love with a man her parents have never met, she asks her father to keep it a secret. But everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s ‘normal’ boyfriend and his parents.

7pm.

Sunday, March 4 (See map view)

Celebrate Purim with your children through story, song, snacks, crafts and a brief, joyful Shabbat morning service. Immediately following this event, we invite you to continue on to our Religious School Purim Carnival at 11:30am (Carnival game tickets are 4 for $1 or 25 for $5). Please bring a new container of chewable children’s multi-vitamins to donate to the Afya Foundation.

10:30 – 11:30 AM.

Inside the cozy Discovery Center, kids of all ages can take a closer look at the wonders of plants and animals in winter. Make bark rubbings, count tree rings, craft a bud necklace and head back into the winter garden with a field notebook to discover the vital sparks of life that lie just below the surface of this quiet season in the Northeast.

10am–4:30pm.

The Aquarium is featuring a special exhibit featuring a rescued baby loggerhead sea turtle, who will be followed through its first year of life, before being released into the ocean next fall.

10am–5pm.

Beautiful flowers, art, and architecture combine for this New York tradition. Now in its 16th year, The Orchid Show has thousands of dramatically displayed orchids in the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory featuring a series of installations crafted by floral designer Daniel Ost. Each display is a living sculpture that celebrates the complex beauty of these stunning flowers.

10am–6pm.

Join in the sweet tradition of maple sugaring! Featured events include sap collection demonstrations, depictions of Native American and Colonial-style sugaring sites, porridge making, maple crafts and treats.

11am–3pm.

Learn how to identify and tap sugar maple trees, see an evaporator in action, and participate in a taste test challenge to see if you can tell the difference between maple-flavored syrup and the real thing. Choose between the longer Sugar Bush Tours and the Maple Lane Tours perfect for little legs. Check website for specific tour times. Remember to wear boots and dress warmly!

11am–3pm.

Say goodbye to winter and dark nights at this interactive light "playground." The unique experience features colorful, illuminated orbs on the cobblestone streets that are reactive to sound and movement and transform with every interaction. Best seen at night, you can also enjoy a choreographed music and lights show on the hour from 5pm to 8pm daily.

11 am to 9 pm.

This is the best introduction to wolves for families with young children. It’s an exciting time for wolves; they are out searching for prey as they prepare for the birth of this year’s pups! Guests will visit Ambassador wolves Atka, Alawa, Nikai and Zephyr, and possibly the WCC’s critically endangered red wolves and Mexican gray wolves as well.

11am.

Wizardry and wonder fill the air at Temple Sholom’s magical Purim Carnival. Families enjoy carnival games and prizes, face painting, an obstacle course and more. The event features special activities for the pre-school and younger set. Costumes encouraged!

11am–12:30pm.

The tale of a girl who came to us one day, walking upside down upon the rainbow. She has a unique way of looking at things, and a love for the Moon and stars. But she wonders: why do we light the night sky like daytime, hiding the things she loves?

12:30pm.

The City Parks Foundation presents the original marionette play based on J.M. Barrie’s iconic Peter Pan tales. This version is a spin on the beloved children’s classic. Leaving their parents behind, the Darling children follow Peter Pan back home to Neverland for the adventure of a lifetime. When the cunning Captain Hook turns Peter’s pals Tiger Lily and Tinker Bell against him, the …

1 pm.

A celebration of the viola featuring a Master Class with internationally renowned violist Chauncey Patterson. Audience members observe Mr. Patterson as he coaches HBMS students to new heights. The day also includes a recital and culminates with a group play-in of Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto #6. Violists at all levels are invited to bring their violas and play along in this special arrangement …

1pm–5pm.

It’s the last day of sugarin’ at Muscoot. Enjoy the farm’s maple festival where you’ll see the sugaring process, taste some maple treats, and hear some fun music.

1pm–3pm.

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