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Sat Oct
4
Sat Jan
17
10:00a - 12:00p

RIOULT Dance NY introduces New Modern Classes for Dancers

Presented by RIOULT Dance NY


RIOULT Dance NY, a leading American modern dance company with a classic sensibility, introduces new modern classes for young Dancers, ages 10-14. Classes offered will range from Advanced Beginner-Intermediate Modern Class. The Fall Semester classes will run October 4-January 17 on Saturdays from 10am- 12pm at Pearl Studios, 500 8th Avenue. Tuition is $540 per semester. Scholarships are available and space is limited. Visit http://www.rioult.org/school/kids-camp/ for more information.
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Sun Oct
5
10:30a - 12:30p

Bagels & Blox

Presented by Modern Family Center @ Spence-Chapin


Are you looking to connect with other adoptive parents of young ones? Join us for Bagels & Blox. We'll provide food, child care, and fun - all you have to do is enjoy breakfast and connect with other parents while your kids play! Our early childhood experts will be here to answer questions and offer guidance for eating, sleeping, and behavioral concerns.
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Sun Oct
5
9:00a - 1:00p

NYC NEDA WALK

Presented by National Eating Disorder Association


NYC NEDA Walk Benefiting the National Eating Disorders Association Sunday, October 5, 2014 Foley Square, New York City (also called Thomas Paine Park) Teams Welcome Event description: Take an important step in raising awareness and funds for eating disorder programs. Body dissatisfaction often leads millions of men and women into a dangerous struggle with an eating disorder such as anorexia, bulimia or binge eating. NEDA supports individuals and families through education, a National Helpline and nationwide programs, guiding people towards the care they need. Join us on October 5th and walk with us. NEDA Walk. Save a Life. Together, we can build a world without eating disorders. Enjoy a vibrant program, vendors, entertainment and walk as a group over the iconic Brooklyn Bridge. Pre-Registration Required: www.nycnedawalk.org.
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Sat Oct
11
Sun Oct
12
6:00p - 9:00p

American Museum of Natural History Presents: A Night at the Museum Sleepovers

Presented by American Museum of Natural History


This unique after-hours program will thrill kids ages 6 to 13 and their caregivers. Break out your sleeping bags and experience the Museum like never before. During A Night at the Museum, the Museum’s popular sleepover program, guests will explore the halls of the Museum, including the Spitzer Hall of Human Origins, Cullman Hall of the Universe, and the Hall of Saurischian Dinosaurs, where they will find T. rex. Then, participants will settle down beneath the 94-foot-long blue whale in the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life, around the African elephants in the Akeley Hall of African Mammals, or at the base of a volcano in the Gottesman Hall of Planet Earth. $145 per person ($105 for Members)
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Fri Oct
17
Sun Oct
19
6:00p - 8:00p

Public Exhibition of The Historical Buddha’s Relics

Presented by Maitreya Loving Kindness Tour


Maitreya Loving Kindness Tour, a free public exhibition of the historical Buddha's relics will be on display at Tibet House in New York City October 17, 18 & 19.
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Sat Oct
18
Sun Oct
19
6:00p - 9:00a

American Museum of Natural History Presents: A Night at the Museum Sleepovers, Halloween Extravaganza

Presented by American Museum of Natural History


This unique after-hours program will thrill kids ages 6 to 13 and their caregivers. Break out your sleeping bags and experience the Museum like never before. During A Night at the Museum, the Museum’s popular sleepover program, guests will explore the halls of the Museum, including the Spitzer Hall of Human Origins, Cullman Hall of the Universe, and the Hall of Saurischian Dinosaurs, where they will find T. rex. Then, participants will settle down beneath the 94-foot-long blue whale in the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life, around the African elephants in the Akeley Hall of African Mammals, or at the base of a volcano in the Gottesman Hall of Planet Earth. Back by popular demand, our sixth annual costumed sleepover, Halloween Extravaganza. Come in your best Museum-inspired characters or creatures. This sleepover is full of Halloween-themed activities, such as spooky snacks, raffles, and trick-or-treat candy stations. Prizes will be given out for the most creative costumes. $145 per person ($105 for Members)
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Sat Oct
18
09:30a - 02:00p

Volunteers to Revitalize Schools on New York Cares Day Fall on October 18 across the 5 Boroughs

Presented by New York Cares


Take part in this year’s 23rd Annual New York Care Day Fall and make our city's schools a more welcoming environment for children to learn and grow on Saturday, October 18, 2014 from 9:30 am to 2:00 pm at various locations across the five boroughs. This year, volunteers, ages 12 and up, will create murals, paint classrooms, plant school gardens, and engage school staff, students and families in service.
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Sat Oct
18
Sun Oct
19

The Snail and the Whale

Presented by The New Victory Theater


Some travel by bus and some get around by bike, but to see the whole world, it's best to hitch a ride on the tail of a giant humpback whale. As told by a loving father to his young daughter, one small snail "with an itchy foot" does just that in an adventure-filled story about an unlikely friendship. Based on the beloved book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler, and adapted for the stage by London's Tall Stories (The Gruffalo, New Vic 2004), THE SNAIL AND THE WHALE uses brilliant storytelling, beautiful live music and lots of laughs to remind us how even little friends can be big heroes.
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Sat Oct
18
7:00p - 8:00p

The Snail and the Whale: Autism Friendly

Presented by The New Victory Theater


Some travel by bus and some get around by bike, but to see the whole world, it's best to hitch a ride on the tail of a giant humpback whale. As told by a loving father to his young daughter, one small snail "with an itchy foot" does just that in an adventure-filled story about an unlikely friendship. Based on the beloved book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler, and adapted for the stage by London's Tall Stories (The Gruffalo, New Vic 2004), THE SNAIL AND THE WHALE uses brilliant storytelling, beautiful live music and lots of laughs to remind us how even little friends can be big heroes. This performance has been specially adapted for individuals with autism or sensory sensitivity and everyone is welcome to enjoy the show in a relaxed atmosphere.
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Sat Oct
18
11:00a - 2:00p

FREE OUTDOOR FESTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN

Presented by Madison Square Park Conservancy


Fall Kids Fest Welcomes Families for a Free Day of Fun
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