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One of the Museum’s best-loved annual traditions, the Family Party is a special opportunity for children and adults of all ages to experience the wonders of the Museum. Guests are treated to an evening of fun activities in the Museum’s magnificent halls, including interacting with live animals, digging for dinosaur fossils, conducting experiments, meeting scientists, and more. Highlights include: • The popular Museum Science Center, which showcases Museum scientists and their ongoing work through hands-on activities, live animals, extreme specimens, and scientific data. This year the Science Center will feature a 25-foot giant squid. • Lonesome George, the last known Pinta Island tortoise, has been preserved for future generations and will be on a display for a limited time before being returned to Ecuador. • Digging for “gems” in the Tiffany & Co. Gem Dig • Exciting animals from LEO Zoological Conservation Center • Haircuts by Cozy’s Cuts for Kids • A chance to meet Buddy from The Jim Henson Company’s Dinosaur Train • The Glow Zone: Wild Weather, where kids can dance up a storm between claps of thunder and bolts of lightning. WHERE Press should enter through the Museum’s main entrance on Central Park West at 79th Street.
Get your tickets today to experience this timely, #provocative, hard-hitting tale of three young black men who have a tour de force, coming of age celebration after the death of their friend. Looking to celebrate his life they travel to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, for a taste of the good life and of course the women. As these three men explore their carnal desires secrets get exposed that force their brotherly bond to be changed forever.
The Skin Cancer Foundation Gala is an annual event where Skin Sense Awards are given in recognition of exceptional achievement in skin health, including public education about sun protection and skin cancer prevention. The event will include award presentations, a seated dinner and live entertainment.
Help drive better lupus treatments! Join hundreds of lupus patients and their friends and families to hear from top lupus experts the latest news in novel research and how you can take part.
After nearly a decade of sold- out performances around the world, indie theatre troupe Tziporela is proud to present its American premiere with their latest production, Odd Birdz. Inventively weaving together movement, music, physical theatre, and outrageous comedy, this unique show creates an evening of hilarious entertainment that transcends barriers of language, culture, and age. Created by the “most inventive performance ensemble around,” the nine versatile members of this award-winning company met 12 years ago at Israel’s top acting studio, Nissan Nativ, and have been collaborating ever since. Together they have written, directed, designed, choreographed, and produced countless innovative theatrical experiences. Whether you are 13 or 100, Odd Birdz will lift your spirit and leave you laughing so hard your cheeks hurt!
The International Sculpture Center in collaboration with Grounds For Sculpture will hold ISConnects: The Portland Building, Portlandia, and its Impact on Public Sculpture on Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at 6:00PM.