February 21, 2019
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Sunday, March 10 (See map view)

A beautiful tradition is blooming again at the New York Botanical Garden. Step inside the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory to see mesmerizing tropical orchids in displays that pay homage to Singapore’s achievements in orchid cultivation and conservation as well as garden design.

When: Sunday, March 10, Check website for times

Did you know the man who brought us the classic children’s story "Corduroy" also had a long career as an artist who documented New York? In this exhibition, see Don Freeman’s wonderful interpretations of the city through drawings, paintings, publications and prints, plus enjoy his original studies and sketches of Corduroy and other characters.

When: Sunday, March 10, 10am–6pm

Now in its 14th year! Enjoy a delicious homemade pancake breakfast served with 100% New York maple syrup, hot sausage and fruit. Then learn about the evolution of making maple syrup, learn to tap a tree and do a taste test during the "Maple Sugaring Through the Ages" program.

When: Sunday, March 10, 9:30am

It’s the ultimate celebration of the new "The LEGO® Movie™ 2"! Join Emmet, Wyldstyle and the gang for awesome building activities, out-of-this-world character experiences, interactive photo opportunities and more!

When: Sunday, March 10, 10am–7pm

Inside the cozy Discovery Center, take a closer look at the wonders of plants and animals in winter. Make animal tracks, explore snowflake shapes, 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 during this season.

When: Sunday, March 10, 10am–4:30pm

There’s no chance of striking out at this huge sports card and memorabilia show! With live autograph signings, free packs of cards for kids, free raffle prizes and more, it’s a day of fun.

When: Sunday, March 10, 10am–4pm

Now in its 14th year! Enjoy a delicious homemade pancake breakfast served with 100% New York maple syrup, hot sausage and fruit. Then learn about the evolution of making maple syrup, learn to tap a tree and do a taste test during the "Maple Sugaring Through the Ages" program.

When: Sunday, March 10, 11:30am

Sugarin’ is in full swing at the farm! Visit the sugar house to see how maple sap is turned into syrup.

When: Sunday, March 10, Noon–3pm

Immerse yourself in Ireland’s rich culture with arts and crafts, face painting, soda bread-making demonstrations, live music and dance performances and more.

When: Sunday, March 10, Noon

Take flight with Ajijaak, a young whooping crane who must face her first migration south. An ensemble of North American First Nations Peoples use visually stunning puppetry, indigenous songs, languages and dance to create this affecting fable about the dangerous effects of climate change on animals and Mother Earth.

When: Sunday, March 10, Noon

It’s the last day of sugarin’ at Muscoot. Celebrate at the farm’s maple festival. See the sugarin’ process, taste some maple treats and hear some fun music!

When: Sunday, March 10, 1–3pm

Stoke up the fire, it’s sugaring time! From tapping to collecting, boiling to bottling, Teatown’s naturalists are in Warren’s Sugar House sharing facts and folklore about this sweet time of year.

When: Sunday, March 10, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm

You know the sun will come out for everyone’s favorite firecracker orphan! See one of the most beloved musicals in history, with classic songs like "Tomorrow" and ”It’s A Hard-Knock Life.” Presented by Clocktower Players: Adult Troupe.

When: Sunday, March 10, 2pm

Help Peter and friends bring the glow back to Neverland in this family-friendly ice dance musical. But beware the swashbuckling pirates ‘round the corner with their big flips, jumps and tricks!

When: Sunday, March 10, 3pm

An upscale party in Rye, New York with a dress code of blue formal attire, being catered by Jamaican-American chef, Wenford Patrick Simpson.

When: Sunday, March 10, 4:30–10 pm

Take flight with Ajijaak, a young whooping crane who must face her first migration south. An ensemble of North American First Nations Peoples use visually stunning puppetry, indigenous songs, languages and dance to create this affecting fable about the dangerous effects of climate change on animals and Mother Earth.

When: Sunday, March 10, 5pm

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