Our last event at Moustache Pitza Photo Credit: Blowfish Brands, Inc.
Learn how Arts to Grow is helping children love learning by joining ustomorrow, 3.26, at Inc Lounge. You’ll meet our leaders and teaching artists, hear more about how our programs make an impact in the lives of kids, and get a first look at our new website!
Learn How Arts to Grow is Helping Children Love Learning Wednesday, March 26th, 2014
6:30-9:00PM Inc Lounge 224 West 49th Street, NYC 10019
(Between 8th and Broadway)
Tickets can be purchased at Eventbrite for $20 and include a one-hour open bar from 7-8. We look forward to seeing you there!
This Wednesday, February 12, from 6:30-8:30 please join us at Moustache Pitza in the East Village for our first event of the new year. “Sharing Our Stories: Arts to Grow in 2014” will be an evening out to meet our leaders and teachers and learn about the impact that Arts to Grow programs have on less-advantaged children in the New York metro area.
To date we have served over 2,500 students with our proven theater, music, dance, visual arts, and digital media programs. Come out on Wednesday to learn how we plan to serve thousands more! Tickets are $20 and include one drink and hors d’oeurves. Click here to purchase tickets. See invitation below for further details.
Full Moon Hike at Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge
Moonlight isn’t guaranteed, but there’s plenty to learn about New Jersey’s Great Swamp and the natural world at night on this full-moon hike through an area of the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge that is usually off-limits to the general public. Maybe we’ll hear barred owls, or flying squirrels, or even coyotes calling out in the dark! Sharpen your senses as we play some games designed to learn more about what it means to be out after dark without a flashlight. To ensure your participation in this event, please PRE-REGISTER right now at https://greatswamp.ejoinme.org/?tabid=387769. Registration is limited to 20 participants. Permission to access the Management Area of Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge is granted only during the time specified (7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.) and only in the company of the designated GSWA guide.
July 6 from 7:30 to 9:00 pm Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center 32 Pleasant Plains Rd, Harding Twp, NY Contact Great Swamp Watershed Association for more information 973-538-3500 or firstname.lastname@example.org
2. In NYC, we have a free summerscreen at McCarren Park. NYC!
July 11: Cruel Intentions (1999) July 18: Raising Arizona (1987) July 25: Dirty Dancing (1987) August 1: The Princess Bride (1987) August 8: Top Gun (1986) August 15: Audience Pick
3. Queens County Farm Museum
73-50 Little Neck Pkwy. (Floral Park—Little Neck Pkwy/73 Rd)
A working farm within city limits? Enjoy a taste of the country when you visit this museum, situated on the largest remaining tract of farmland in the Big Apple. Nestled within the 47-acre property are historic farm buildings, greenhouses, an orchard and herb garden, farm machinery, and goats, pigs and other animals. Open year-round, this gem of a spot hosts hayrides for the kiddies on weekends (weather permitting), and special events like wreath-making workshops, antique motorcycle and auto shows and the annual Queens County Fair.
4. Sports Cars, Toys, and Comic Book Expo!
Over 125 tables of the hottest collectibles on the planet! Featuring: Sports cards, Non-Sports cards, Yu-Gi-Oh, Magic, Pokemon, sets, supplies, unopened packs and boxes, toys, games, comic books, coins, beanie babies, videos, posters, jerseys & much more. If you’re looking for it, it’s probably here! Celebrity appearance autograph session! FREE admission! There’s something for everyone!
July 6 – 8 Wildwoods Convention Center 4501 Boardwalk, Wildwood, NJ 08260 Contact Rob Gomberg for more information 732-422-9365 email@example.com
5. June 12–August 9
Madison Square Kids at Madison Square Park This series of family-friendly shows at Madison Square Park features some shows that adults may enjoy, too. For example, Bubble do Beatles (July 17) perform (naturally) Beatles classics. For more info, visit