The igokids blog
From April showers to May flowers. Can you believe it’s May already? Just the other day we were celebrating the New Year and now we’ve sped through a third of the year. Hopefully, you’ve already had a chance to go out and enjoy the spring season. Who knows how long next year’s winter will last?! This week we’re enjoying Mexican dance, meeting Darth Vader, hanging out with an oddball mouse, enjoying children’s theater and enjoying educational fun with the Sesame Street gang. Here is the week ahead.Read more
Mother Nature has been partying all week long and is still going strong this weekend to celebrate the earth! Earth Day is an annual worldwide event that began in 1970 for the purposes of celebrating our planet and promoting environmental awareness. All over NYC there are events to celebrate our collective home. On Saturday, the Tribeca Film Festival Family Street Festival is taking place in Manhattan, Kids Comic Con is happening in the Bronx and the Park Slope Family Festival with Puppetry Arts is taking place in Brooklyn. There are also lots more events that will get you outside, exercising, running around, fishing and just enjoying the spring weather. Here are this weekend's picks.
Happy Earth Day! Nothing reminds us of the spring season better than Earth Day festivities and cherry blossom festivals. This week may have a few April showers, but it’s also filled with lots of outdoor activities. Just be sure to bring along your spring jacket for when it gets a little chilly. This week, we’re enjoying dinosaurs, Olympic swimming, outdoor festivals, musical mosh pits, puppets, kids’ theater and nature. Just don’t forget to squeeze a few Earth Day activities in to the mix and let us know what green activities you are doing to help promote our natural resources. Here are our picks for the week ahead.Read more
This weekend is all about feeding your mind with books at a number of library and book store events, taking care of the earth at the Earth Day events all over NYC, and musical events to fill your soul. El Museo has a Super Saturday event all about books along with a book fair. Stop by the Strand book store to hear a story, meet Peppa Pig and take part in a craft activity. There are earth day events in Union Square, Prospect Park and the Brooklyn Performing Arts Center. And there are free classical music concerts in Queens and Inwood as well as the chance to let loose as a family at Baby Loves Disco. Here are this weekend's picks.Read more
The 2015 baseball season is in week two and Opening Day for the New York Mets at Citi Field is finally upon us. The Mets offer families plenty of opportunities to catch some baseball. Here are some highlights of what to expect this season and what you need to know before you go.Read more
Now that everyone is back from spring recess, it’s time to push full steam ahead and finish off the school year on a high note. But just because your kids are heading back to school doesn’t mean that the activities have stopped. There’s still plenty of cultural fun around the city, especially for our preschoolers and early learners. Get ready to watch a few movies under the stars, immerse yourself in the wonder sensory-driven stories, see twenty-foot puppets take the stage and ride around on a carousel. Here are our picks for the week ahead.Read more
Celebrate spring this weekend with festivals, carnivals, circus fun and kilts! The warmer weather is here so you can finally show off your legs in your kilts at the 17th annual Tartan Day Parade on Saturday in Manhattan. The Queens County Farm Museum is hosting their children's carnival all weekend long with games, rides and fun for the whole family. Also happening all weekend long is the MoCCA Arts Festival which will feature a talented group of guests from the comic, cartoon, animation and illustration industry. And the UniverSoul Circus will be dancing and swinging in Brooklyn this weekend as well. Here are this weekend's picks.
The 2015 baseball season is upon us. For well over a hundred years, the New York Yankees are welcome their fans for another season of fun and exciting baseball. Here are some highlights of what to expect this season and what you need to know before you go.Read more