October 7, 2010
Monthly tips on navigating the transitions & challenges of parenting!
My 4 year old son decided over a year ago who he is going to marry. Even after receiving a note from his future wife asking him not to kiss her anymore because it is "too germy" he is still confident she is the one. However, they did modify their plan recently. Last week he informed me that instead of 10 kids they are only going to have 1 because "kids are a lot of work!". Of course I immediately wonder what I did to make him think kids are ...
Win tickets to see The Lumpy Bumpy Pumpkin!
October is here...the leaves have started to change, the air is cool & crisp and there are signs of Halloween everywhere. My kids love flipping through catalogs looking at all of the fun costumes and cutting out their favorites. My son is still trying to decide which superhero he wants to be this year, but my daughter is on a bit of a Candyland kick so she has her heart set on being a Lollipop Princess. I am sure they will both change their mind multiple times this month! The decorating of the apartment is done until we go pick some pumpkins. In the meantime we filled some brown paper bags with newspaper, tied them, painted them orange then drew silly faces. Messy, but fun and no knives required!
Though it is only the beginning of October I am sure many of you have started planning how you will spend your Halloween weekend. The number of parties, parades and shows to choose from seems endless. Check out the Plan Ahead section to find out what is going on in your neighborhood! When planning what to do this weekend, keep in mind that Monday is Columbus Day so libraries and other institutions may be closed. Enjoy the long weekend if you have one!
If your child is Pre-K to 2nd grade you shouldn't miss the Lumpy Bumpy Pumpkin show put on by The Shadow Box Theater at The Theatres at 45 Bleeker Street. It is only 50 minutes, but this tale of an ugly pumpkin that discovers his true talent is sure to delight your little one. It is a lively show that includes audience participation. The storybook is available for purchase after the show so you can retell the tale year after year.
Enter to win four free tickets to one of the Sunday family shows on October 24th or October 31st by emailing [email protected] with the title Halloween by October 14th! You must be a subscriber to win.
Also Macaroni Kid readers, you can purchase tickets to a Sunday or weekday performance for only $10 per ticket by calling 212-724-0677, the discount code is sbtpumpkin.
BabyPop Superhero Capes
BabyPop.com also makes it ...
Where: UNDER St Marks, 94 St Marks Pl (between First Ave and Ave A)When: 8:00 PM (Sundays at 3pm)Who: All AgesCost: $18, $15 students/seniors, $10 for kidFor more info: http://www.wtetheatre.org/
Where: Park Avenue Armory, 643 Park AvenueWhen: 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM (Friday's Hours are 3pm-9pm)Who: All AgesHow: Just Show UpCost: $5 adults (14 and up) and Free for Armory members and children 13 and under; tickets: $1.25 each; $20 unlimited wristbandFor more info: http://www.armoryonpark.org/
Where: Birch, 7 E 27th St (at the Gershwin Hotel)When: 4:00 PMWho: Ages 1-5How: Just Show UpCost: $5/childFor more info: Visit Miss Nina's website
Where: Throughout NYCWhen: n/aWho: All AgesHow: Varies by Location so visit the website for details.Cost: FreeFor more info: http://www.ohny.org/weekend/
Where: Pier 40/North Side at the intersection of West Houston and West Street sWhen: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PMWho: All AgesHow: Call 917-709-5291 for more informationCost: FreeFor more info: http://www.lilacpreservationproject.org
Where: Tompkins Square Library, 331 E 10th StWhen: 10:30 AMWho: Ages 3 - 6 yearsHow: Preregistration is required, limited to 25 participants. 212-228-4747Cost: FreeFor more info: http://www.nypl.org
Where: The Skyscraper Museum, 39 Battery PlaceWhen: 10:30 AM - 11:30 AMWho: Ages 6-10How: Registration is required by Friday, October 8th by 5PM by emailing [email protected] or calling 212-945-6324.Cost: Suggested donation - $5For more info: http://www.skyscraper.org or call (212) 968- 1961
Saturday, October 9 through Sunday, October 10 - OHNY Weekend Family Festival at Center for Architecture
Where: Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place/ Bleeker StreetWhen: 11:00 AM - 3:00 PMWho: All AgesHow: Just Show UpCost: FreeFor more info: http://www.cfafoundation.org/
Where: The Green Room Theater (The downstairs theater of 45 Bleeker), 45 Bleeker StWhen: 11:00 AM - 11:45 AM (second show at 4 PM)Who: Ages 2+Cost: $16For more info: http://thepopups.com
Where: Taste Buds (formerly Cupcake Kids!), 109 West 27th Street, 10th floor (btw 6th & 7th avenues)When: 11:30 AM - 12:30 PMWho: Ages 9-13Cost: $65For more info: http://www.tastebudscook.com or call 212-242-2248
Where: Scholastic Store, 557 Broadway b/w Prince and Spring StreetsWhen: 3:00 PMWho: Ages 6+How: Just show upCost: FreeFor more info: http://store.scholastic.com/ or call (212) 343 - 6166. Events hotline (212) 343 - 6166 Option 4
Where: Southern end of Madison Square Park.When: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PMWho: All AgesHow: Just Show UpCost: FreeFor more info: https://www.madisonsquarepark.org
Where: Galli Theater,38 West 38th Street, 3rd floorWhen: 4:00 PM - 6:30 PMWho: All AgesHow: Show up a few minutes early on the dayCost: Free
Where: Center Stage at Aviator Brooklyn, Floyd Bennett Field, 3159 Flatbush Ave, BrooklynWhen: 7:00 PMWho: TeensCost: $17.50For more info: http://www.aviatorsports.com/radiodisneyshow/
Where: Ideya Latin Bistro, 349 W Broadway between Broome and GrandeWhen: 10:00 AMWho: All AgesHow: Call for Reservations: (212)625-1441Cost: Free with an a la carte brunch; Kids menu availableFor more info: http://www.ideya.net/ or call (212)625-1441
Sunday, October 10 - Opening of Kiki Smith-Deborah Gans Window followed by Isle of Klezbos Performance
Where: Museum at Eldridge, 12 Eldridge StWhen: 11:00 AM (Concert begins at 4:30 PM)Who: All AgesHow: Just Show UpCost: Celebration is Free; Concert is $20 adults; $15 for college students and senioFor more info: http://www.eldridgestreet.org/
Where: 92YTribeca, 200 Hudson StreetWhen: 11:00 AM (Every Sunday until Dec 5th)Who: All AgesHow: Order tickets onlineCost: $15 for both kids and adults, children under 2-years-old free.For more info: http://www.92y.org or call 212.601.1000
Where: 55 Bar at 55 Christopher Street (at 7th Ave)When: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PMWho: Ages 2-8How: Just show upCost: $5 per personFor more info: http://www.amycervini.com/jazz-for-kids
Where: City Treehouse; 129A W 20th Street, between 6th and 7th AvenuesWhen: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PMWho: Ages 3 to 8How: To register, call (212) 255-2050 or email [email protected] Space is limited!Cost: $20 in advance ($10 siblings) ($25 ($15) at the door)For more info: http://www.citytreehouse.com/events.php; It's fun to get wet, so bring a change of clothes and your beach shoes if you plan to use the play space.
Where: Taste Buds (formerly know as Cupcake Kids), 109 W 27th StreetWhen: 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM (9:30am-11:30 am for ages 2-4; 12:30pm-2:30pm for ages 4-8)Who: Ages 2-4 at 9:30am accompanied by an adult; Ages 4-8 at 12:30pm drop offCost: $80
Where: Bowling Green Broadway and Whitehall StreetWhen: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PMWho: EveryoneHow: Please RSVP to [email protected].Cost: FreeFor more info: http://www.downtownny.com/
Where: BMCC Tribeca PAC, 199 Chambers StreetWhen: 1:30 PMWho: Ages 2-10Cost: $25For more info: http://www.tribecapac.org
Where: McNally Jackson, 52 Prince Street; Karma Kids, 104 W 14th St; Ottendorfer, 135 Second Avenue (near E. 8th St.); Hamilton Fish Park, 415 E Houston StWhen: n/aWho: 0-6How: Just Show UpCost: Free
Where: Rubin Museum, 150 W. 17th StreetWhen: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Every Friday)Who: Ages 3-5How: For registration, tickets and box office, call (212) 620 - 5000 x 344Cost: $10 ($5 for members)For more info: www.rmanyc.org or (212) 620-5000 x 344
artists. Visit the CMA website for upcoming workshop themes and age recommendations.
Where: Children's Museum of the Arts, 182 Lafayette (between Broome & Grande)When: 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM (Closed Monday & Tuesday)Who: Varies based on the workshopHow: No reservations requiredCost: $10 per person for admissions (Admission costs cover all workshops and materials)For more info: http://cmany.org/ or call (212) 274 - 0986
Where: Battery Park City Library, 175 North End AvenueWhen: 3:00 PMWho: Ages 6-12How: Preregistration is required and limited to 25 participants.Cost: FreeFor more info: http://www.nypl.org/
Where: McNally Jackson, 52 Prince StWhen: n/aWho: Varies by locationHow: Just Show UpCost: FreeFor more info: McNally Jackson
Where: Cercle Rouge, 241 West BroadwayWhen: 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (Every Saturday and Sunday)Who: All AgesHow: Call to make a reservationCost: Free with prix fixe brunch ($19.95) and there is a kids' menu with meals starting at $5For more info: http://www.cerclerougeresto.com/ or call (212_226-6252
Where: Rubin Museum, 150 W. 17th StreetWhen: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (Saturday Workshop)Who: Ages 6 and upHow: For registration, tickets and box office, call (212) 620 - 5000 x 344Cost: $10 ($5 for members)For more info: www.rmanyc.org or (212) 620-5000
Where: Barnes & Noble, 33 E. 17th St.; Books of Wonder, 18 W. 18th St.When: n/aWho: All AgesHow: Just Show UpCost: Free
Where: Museum at Eldridge Street, 12 Eldridge StreetWhen: 1:00 AM (Every Sunday)Who: Ages 5-10How: Purchase tickets at the Museum's gift shopCost: $15 per familyFor more info: http://www.eldridgestreet.org/ or call (212)219-0302
Where: Battery Park City Library, 175 North End Avenue (at Murray Street); Ottendorfer 135 Second Avenue (near E. 8th St.); Hamilton Fish Park Library, 415 East Houston StWhen: Libraries are closed for Columbus DayWho: All agesHow: Just Show UpCost: Free
Where: 10th Avenue Square at the High LineWhen: 3:30 PMWho: Ages 3+How: No RSVP requiredCost: FreeFor more info: http://www.thehighline.org/
Where: Moomah at 161 Hudson StreetWhen: Class day & time varies by ageWho: Infants (accompanied by caregiver)
1 & 2 years (accompanied by caregiver)
3 & 4 years (caregiver welcomed)
mixed ages (caregiver welcomed)
Tuesdays: 10:30am-11:15amHow: Call 212-226-0345 to registerCost: $40/drop-inFor more info: www.moomah.com or call 212 226 0345
Where: Under the Standard Hotel, between Gansevoort and 14th StreetsWhen: Telescopes will be set from dusk to 9:30PMWho: Ages 4 and upHow: No reservations requiredCost: FreeFor more info: In the event of rain, Stargazing will be cancelled. For updated information on weather-related changes, visit www.aaa.org
Where: See Info BelowWhen: n/aWho: All AgesHow: Just Show UpCost: Free
Where: Karma Kids Yoga, 104 W. 14th Street b/w 6th and 7th AvenueWhen: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AMWho: Ages 6 weeks through new walkers.Cost: $20For more info: http://www.karmakidsyoga.com/
Where: See Info BelowWhen: n/aWho: All AgesHow: Just Show UpCost: Free
Where: Children's Museum of the Arts, 182 Lafayette Street between Broome and GrandWhen: 10:45 AM - 12:00 PMWho: Ages 10 months to 3 1/2 yearsHow: Just show upCost: $22 per family (group of 3)For more info: www.cmany.org or (212) 274-0986
Where: Rubin Museum of Art, 150 West 17 Street (between 6th and 7th Avenues)When: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PMWho: Ages 3-5, accompanied by an adultHow: Call 212.620.5000 x274 to pre-registerCost: $10 /$5 (members)For more info: http://www.rmanyc.org/
Where: South Street Seaport Museum; 12 Fulton Street, 5th FloorWhen: 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM (Every Wednesday)Who: Ages 18 months to 3 years oldHow: Call (212) 748-8786 for more informationCost: Subscription charge per month: $50.00/child
Single day rate: $15.00/child
Member rate: $25.00/child per monthFor more info: http://www.seany.org/
Where: Karma Kids, 104 W 14th StWhen: 4:30 PM - 5:30 PMWho: Ages 7+Cost: FreeFor more info: http://www.karmakidsyoga.com/
Where: See Info BelowWhen: Recurring WeeklyWho: All AgesHow: Just Show UpCost: Free
explore together, then create projects inspired by Himalayan art.
Where: Rubin Museum of Art, 150 West 17th StreetWhen: 10:30 AM - 11:30 AMWho: Ages 2-4, accompanied by an adultHow: Just Show UpCost: $10.00 (Member Price: $5.00)For more info: http://www.rmanyc.org/
Where: Karma Kids, 104 W 14th St between 6th & 7th AvenuesWhen: 11:30 AM - 12:30 PMWho: New MomsCost: FreeFor more info: http://www.karmakidsyoga.com
Where: The Theatres at 45 Bleeker Street, 45 Bleeker (corner of Lafayette & Bleeter Sts)When: 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM (Sunday performances are at 11 AM)Who: Ages 3-7How: Call (212) 724-0677Cost: $15 in advance ($20 at the door)For more info: www.shadowboxtheatre.org
Where: Downtown Community Center, 120 Warren St, between Greenwich and West Side HwyWhen: Weekends Only!Who: All AgesCost: $40-$100For more info: http://www.hallowhoa.com/
Where: The Javits Center, 11th Avenue between 34th and 39th StreetWhen: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PMWho: EveryoneHow: Buy tickets online or at the showCost: Online Prices: Adult $12.00 each Child $8.00 each (Ages 12 and under). Tickets purchased online after October 15, 2010 and at the door are $15 for adults and $10 for children under 12. Each ticket allows admittance for one day.For more info: http://www.akc.org/meet_the_breeds/
Where: Playgarden, 95 Franklin StWhen: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PMWho: Ages 1-5How: RSVP with name and phone number to [email protected]Cost: Members Free; Non-Members $10 per familyFor more info: http://playgardennyc.com
Where: Robert F Wagner Park at Battery Place (between West Street and First Place)When: 12:30 PMWho: All AgesHow: Just Show UpCost: Free
Where: NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts, 566 LaGuardia Place at Washington SquareWhen: 7:00 PMWho: All AgesHow: Buy Tickets in AdvanceCost: $10-$15For more info: http://www.skirballcenter.nyu.edu/ or call 212-352-3101
Where: Le Poisson Rouge, 158 Bleecker StWhen: 12:00 PM - 3:00 PMWho: Ages 6 months to 7 yearsCost: $20 per walking human, family 4 pack for $60For more info: http://www.babylovesdisco.com
Where: American Museum of Natural History, Central Park West at 79th StreetWhen: 5:00 PM - 7:30 PMWho: Ages 2-12How: Purchase Tickets in AdvanceCost: $85 per child; $175 per adultFor more info: http://www.amnh.org/programs/specials/familyparty/
Where: S'MAC, 345 East 12th StreetWhen: 9:45 AM - 11:00 AMWho: 9-13 yrsHow: Registration RequiredCost: $65
Where: NOHO Event Center, 623 Broadway at Houston (enter on Mercer Street)When: 10:00 AM - 2:30 PM (also on 10/30)Who: Ages 2-8Cost: $12 per person (both kids and adults); kids under 2 are freeFor more info: http://www.hauntedhousenyc.com/
Where: The Skyscraper Museum, 39 Battery PlaceWhen: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PMWho: Ages 9-13How: Registration is required by Friday, Oct 22nd by 5PM by emailing [email protected] or calling 212-945-6324.Cost: Suggested donation - $5For more info: http://www.skyscraper.org or call (212) 968- 1961
Where: City Treehouse, 129A W 20th St (between 6th & 7th Ave)When: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PMWho: Ages 2-4Cost: $30 per childFor more info: http://www.citytreehouse.com/events.php
Where: City Treehouse, 129A West 20th Street, between 6th & 7th AvenuesWhen: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PMWho: All AgesCost: $20 per child ($25 at the door) all agesFor more info: http://www.citytreehouse.com/
Where: TasteBuds, 109 W 27th StWhen: 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM (9:30-10:30am for ages 5-8;10:45-11:45am for ages 2-4)Who: Ages 2-4 yrs with caregiver at 10:45; Ages 5-8 drop off at 9:30amCost: $55
Where: Hester St at Essex St.When: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM (Open every Saturday and Sunday April- December)Who: All AgesHow: Just Show UpCost: FreeFor more info: http://www.hesterstreetfair.com/
Where: Washington Market Park - Greenwich & Chambers StreetsWhen: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PMWho: All AgesHow: Just Show UpCost: FreeFor more info: Http://www.princessracer.com
Where: Washington Square ParkWhen: 3:30 PMWho: Ages 7+ accompanied by an adultHow: Register in AdvanceCost: Ages 7 to 17 $18.00; Adult $22.00For more info: http://watsonadventures.com/
Where: City Treehouse, 129A West 20th Street, between 6th & 7th AvenuesWhen: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PMWho: All AgesCost: FREE with paid play area visit, all agesFor more info: http://www.citytreehouse.com/
Where: The Scholastic Store Greenhouse, 557 BroadwayWhen: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PMWho: All AgesCost: $15, and you receive a $5 coupon to Shop n The Scholastic StoreFor more info: http://www.scholastic.com/
Hudson River Park’s Pier 46 transforms into “Halloween Central” with fun-ﬁlled attractions including face painting, mask decorating, wax hands, cotton candy, rides and more that will keep you in the Halloween spirit all day long.
In addition to these spooktacular activities,
The Striking Viking Story Pirates will perform Halloween-themed improv shows for children and adults of all ages throughout the day.
Where: Hudson River Park’s Pier 46When: 12:00 PM - 6:00 PMWho: Ages 3–12 yearsHow: Just Show upCost: Some activities are free and select activities will cost $2.
Where: New York City Police Museum, 100 Old Slip between Water and South StreetWhen: 10:00 AMWho: All AgesHow: Just Show UpCost: Adults: $7 Seniors, students and children: $5 Children under 2: Free Members of Service: FreeFor more info: New York Police Museum
Where: TribecaPAC, 199 Chambers StreetWhen: 1:30 PMWho: Ages 4+Cost: $25For more info: http://www.tribecapac.org/
Ongoing Kid Friendly Performances
Description: The eternally youthful, Obie Award–winning comedy jugglers keep a number of balls in the air—music, jokes and theatrical lunacy—with another anarchic production about the human condition—dumbed-down enough for a family-filled audience.
Who: Ages 4 and up.
Where: New World Stages, 340 West 50th Street
Description:Tony Award–nominated actor John Tartaglia has charmed kids in Sesame Street, Johnny and the Sprites and Shrek the Musical, and made adults laugh as the original Princeton in Avenue Q. His new venture is a one-hour family musical that follows a group of fish on a hunt for underwater treasures. Along the way the friends encounter "jiving jellyfish," "a strong-willed sea horse" and "lovable Leonard the Octopus." Special effects, like an ocean floor created with black lights, will have young sea urchins swooning.
Who: Ages 3 and up
Where: New World Stages, 340 West 50th Street
Description: This ode to soap was created by Fan Yang, 16-time Guinness record holder for blowing the biggest soap bubble, and it features the full spectrum of his artistry. This program includes magic, lighting effects and…bubbles: giant bubbles, walls of bubbles, bubbles within bubbles. If you have any little Pigpens running around, perhaps this show will convey soap’s allure.
Who: Ages 5 and up.
Where: Bleeker Street Theatre, 45 Bleeker Street
Description: A tot obsessed with eating pink cupcakes finds herself turning her favorite rosy hue (which still beats the stuffing out of getting fat) in this musical with book and lyrics by Elizabeth and Victoria Kann and music by John Gregor. Teresa K. Pond directs.
Who: All ages.
Where: New World Stages, 340 West 50th Street
Description: Now in the brand new family musical, Freckleface Strawberry, based on the beloved New York Times Best Selling book by celebrated actress Julianne Moore, you and your family can step inside the book's pages with Freckleface and friends as they learn to love the skin they're in.
Who: All Ages
Cost: Tickets from $39
Where: 45 Bleecker St. (Bleecker Street Theater)
Description: The Quantum Eye is Sam Eaton's entertaining and fascinating exploration of mentalism, magic, perception and deception, where extraordinary ability and gentle humor blend with the audience to make for a different performance every time. Join Sam on a journey past the limits of possibility in a show you will never forget.
Who: Ages 8+
Where: Galli Theater, 38 West 38th St, 3rd Floor
Description: In this movement inspired fun adaptation of the Brothers Grimm tale both children and adults will be delighted by the silly antics of the princess, the king and a very animated frog. The frog engages the audience in fun interaction until he is finally changed into a prince to everyone’s delight. This play while quite humorous leaves audiences spellbound by the life lessens it reveals
Who: All ages.
When: Sept 4-26; Sat & Sun at 3pm
Cost: Adults $20, Children (2-17 years) $15
Where: Vital Theatre Company, 2162 Broadway at 76th Street, 4th Floor
Description:Everyone’s favorite mouse ballerina Angelina and all of her friends make the big jump from the television screen (on the PBS Kids series “Angelina Ballerina: The Next Steps”) to the stage in this musical production. Starting October 2, Angelina and the gang will hip-hop, modern dance, Irish jig and of course, ballet across the stage, and have audience members dancing in their seats.
Who: Ages 3 to 12
When: Oct 2nd - Jan 2nd Saturdays & Sundays at 11am & 1pm (Special Added Performances: Monday 10/11, Tuesday 11/2, Thursday 11/11, Friday 11/26, Friday 12/24, Monday 12/27, Tuesday 12/28, Wednesday 12/29 & Thursday 12/30)
Cost: $29.50; PREMIUM - $49.50 (first three rows)
Where: New Victory Theater, 209 W 42nd St
Description:Puss, a charismatic kitty with cunning wit and irresistible Latin charm, promises a poor miller everlasting love and fortune. All the cat needs to pull off his trick are a hat, a cape and a purr-fect pair of boots!
Who: Ages 8+
When: Oct 2nd to 10th
When: New 42nd Street Studio building at 229 W. 42nd Street, down from The New Victory Theater
Description: Come join Percy and April in their comfy, cozy circle where you’ll celebrate the delights of nature together in this soft and squishy interactive adventure. Peek-a-boo puddles, fluffy snowflakes, cherry blossoms bursting into full bloom and other splendiferous surprises bring the seasons to life. Gently chirping birds and drippy-droppy rain sounds add to the ambiance, and give way to a butterfly dance party and a rock ‘n' roll lullaby. Share the wonder as the egg finally hatches and Birdie emerges to greet the world. What a magical way to spend time with your own little chickadee!
When: Nov 2nd to 21st
Who: Ages 2-5
Where: Lincoln Center/Damrosch Park ,62nd street between Columbus & Amsterdam Aves
Description: The World’s Greatest Circus artists swing into action in the spotlight under our intimate Big Top, where no seat is more than 50 feet from the ring! Invited to the dance: an awesome troupe of monocyclists and lasso twirlers from China! A mind–bending group of Mongolian contortionists! A kinetic collection of Kenyan athletes who shimmy up a pole as though gravity were a joke! A herd of hoofers — twelve miniature horses in an equine chorus line! And an Ethiopian juggler with a lively up–tempo act that’s hard to beat! Your Host is our charming and charismatic Ringmaster Kevin Venardos, aided with antic abandon by star clowns Rob Torres and of course, our leggy, lovable laugh–riot Grandma!
When: Oct 21 - Jan 09, 2011
Who: All ages.
Where: Radio City Music Hall, 1260 Avenue of the Americas, between W. 50th St. and W. 51st St.
Description: Best Holiday Show for over 75 Years! Features the Rockettes.
When: First show is Friday, November 5
Who: All ages.
Cost: $45 a ticket.
-written by Francine Foster
Tempera Paint Variations
Mix different items in the paint to create interesting textures. Try mixing in laundry soap (helps with clean-up), liquid starch ...
written by Julie Aginer Clark
Parents love their children. Children love their parents. Watching anyone go through a disease or a period of illness is tough for just about anyone, but for a child, watching a parent go through cancer treatment is unimaginable. As a cancer survivor myself, I know how hard it is to be the patient. But I also know that my family and friends went through just as hard of a time. Watching me go through chemo and enduring the side effects was unbearable because everyone wanted to snap their fingers and ...
© 2013 Macaroni Kid, LLC