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Sunday, Feb. 26 (See map view)

This exciting, fun and empowering event for expectant & new parents offers a panel of expert educators, activities, the best products and services for parents, newborns and young children, plus loads of goodies. 11 am to 4 pm.

Be inspired by the works in the galleries, explore new art materials. Talk about and make art together. During the showing of Feast for the Eyes family art projects will draw inspiration from the exhibition’s many works showing food and feasting, restaurants and dining. New projects featured every week. 1 pm to 4 pm.

Mardi Gras is a carnival celebration famously held in New Orleans and other cities around the world. It is filled with music, parades and elaborate costumes. Join us to make a colorful and festive feather mask to wear home in celebration of Mardi Gras on Tuesday, February 28!  Ages: 3 and up. 2 pm to 4 pm.

Tuesday, Feb. 28 (See map view)

Is there too much conflict and chaos? Are you tired of the frustration? Need help setting boundaries and motivating your child? Wondering about medication?Parenting instincts alone are often not enough to help your child keep daily life manageable. Parent Training is recognized as a crucial part of treatment for children with ADHD. Using a combination of education and coaching, this workshop will help you develop specific tools, techniques and strategies to reduce chaos and challenging behaviors. Available In-Person or Live Interactive Webinar 10:30am–12pm & 7pm–8:30p.

The Inner Lobby is filled with love this month! Create your own heart wreath with colorful tissue paper to display in your loving home! 3 and older. 2:30 pm to 4 pm.

Wednesday, March 1 (See map view)

Birds, insects and mammals are responsible for pollinating many of the important food we eat every day. Unfortunately, these pollinators are disappearing across North America, which will impact the health of humans. Learn about the fascinating world of these important creatures and what you can do in your backyard and neighborhood to help them. Students will learn by studying three interconnected species... Monarch butterflies, native bees and insect-eating bats. Each of these animals is disappearing at an alarming rate. Students will have the opportunity to actively participate in discussions using the scientific method and discover what conservation projects are currently underway. See live bats including pollinating bats from South America, giant fruit bats from Africa, and local insect-eating bats from New York. 10 am to 11am.

Breeze on by the Inner Lobby and welcome the colors of spring all month long as you create a rainbow wind sock with fun streamers to hang at home! This is a free drop in program. For children 3 and older. 2:30 pm to 4 pm.

Thursday, March 2 (See map view)

Birds, insects and mammals are responsible for pollinating many of the important food we eat every day. Unfortunately, these pollinators are disappearing across North America, which will impact the health of humans. Learn about the fascinating world of these important creatures and what you can do in your backyard and neighborhood to help them. Students will learn by studying three interconnected species... Monarch butterflies, native bees and insect-eating bats. Each of these animals is disappearing at an alarming rate. Students will have the opportunity to actively participate in discussions using the scientific method and discover what conservation projects are currently underway. See live bats including pollinating bats from South America, giant fruit bats from Africa, and local insect-eating bats from New York. 10 am and noon.

Friday, March 3 (See map view)

Birds, insects and mammals are responsible for pollinating many of the important food we eat every day. Unfortunately, these pollinators are disappearing across North America, which will impact the health of humans. Learn about the fascinating world of these important creatures and what you can do in your backyard and neighborhood to help them. Students will learn by studying three interconnected species... Monarch butterflies, native bees and insect-eating bats. Each of these animals is disappearing at an alarming rate. Students will have the opportunity to actively participate in discussions using the scientific method and discover what conservation projects are currently underway. See live bats including pollinating bats from South America, giant fruit bats from Africa, and local insect-eating bats from New York. 10 am and noon.

Saturday, March 4 (See map view)

Birds, insects and mammals are responsible for pollinating many of the important food we eat every day. Unfortunately, these pollinators are disappearing across North America, which will impact the health of humans. Learn about the fascinating world of these important creatures and what you can do in your backyard and neighborhood to help them. Students will learn by studying three interconnected species... Monarch butterflies, native bees and insect-eating bats. Each of these animals is disappearing at an alarming rate. Students will have the opportunity to actively participate in discussions using the scientific method and discover what conservation projects are currently underway. See live bats including pollinating bats from South America, giant fruit bats from Africa, and local insect-eating bats from New York. 11:30 am and 2 pm.

Join us for a special visit from Pete the Cat! Stop by and enjoy a fun story time with this beloved character at 2 PM. After the story, create your own Pete the Cat hat to wear home! The reading will take place at approximately 2 PM in Pattern Studio. The craft will take place at the Community Gallery on the second floor as a drop-in program, available to all visitors until 4 PM or while supplies last. 2 pm to 4 pm.

Sunday, March 5 (See map view)

Birds, insects and mammals are responsible for pollinating many of the important food we eat every day. Unfortunately, these pollinators are disappearing across North America, which will impact the health of humans. Learn about the fascinating world of these important creatures and what you can do in your backyard and neighborhood to help them. Students will learn by studying three interconnected species... Monarch butterflies, native bees and insect-eating bats. Each of these animals is disappearing at an alarming rate. Students will have the opportunity to actively participate in discussions using the scientific method and discover what conservation projects are currently underway. See live bats including pollinating bats from South America, giant fruit bats from Africa, and local insect-eating bats from New York. 11:30 am and 2 pm.

Children of all ages enjoy a performance by the teachers and students from the Mulvihill-Lynch Studio of Irish Dance. The award winning dancers answer questions and teach some Irish dance steps. And then after children can have their face painted by Miss Carin and take a tour of the historic site. 1 pm.

Monday, March 6 (See map view)

Be inspired by the works in the galleries, explore new art materials. Talk about and make art together. During the showing of Feast for the Eyes family art projects will draw inspiration from the exhibition’s many works showing food and feasting, restaurants and dining. New projects featured every week. 1 pm to 4 pm.

Sunday, March 12 (See map view)

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with leprechauns! Leprechauns are mischievous fairies in Irish folktales that are able to grant wishes. Create adorable leprechaun finger puppets and bring the luck o’ the Irish into your home! This activity is a free drop-in program and will take approximately 10 to 15 minutes to complete. Stop by anytime between 2PM and 4PM, while supplies last. 2 pm to 4 pm.

Saturday, March 18 (See map view)

Grammy Award Winner Tim Kubart’s delights his audiences with an indie pop experience for all ages and a dance party from beginning to end. He will spread joy and kindness as he returns to his native Long Island with his Grammy winning CD HOME concert. Tim tours his show nationally with his band (the Space Cadets) and plays songs about familiar and iconic childhood experiences with indie flair. 11:30 am and 2 pm.

Happy Incredible Kid Day! This special holiday was created just for kids like you, and is celebrated on the third Thursday in March. Come make a colorful ribbon badge to celebrate what a super kid you are. Pin it on yourself or award a badge to someone else who deserves it for being an incredible kid! This activity is a free drop-in program and will take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. Stop by anytime between 2PM and 4PM, while supplies last. 2 pm to 4 pm.

Saturday, March 25 (See map view)

Put on your thinking cap and investigate the worlds of science, engineering, technology, and math! Join the Green Teens in a weekend filled with hands-on activities and demonstrations by STEM professionals. This program is made possible with the support of National Grid. 11:30 am to 3 pm.

Sunday, March 26 (See map view)

Put on your thinking cap and investigate the worlds of science, engineering, technology, and math! Join the Green Teens in a weekend filled with hands-on activities and demonstrations by STEM professionals. This program is made possible with the support of National Grid. 11:30 am to 3 pm.

Be inspired by the works in the galleries, explore new art materials. Talk about and make art together. During the showing of Feast for the Eyes family art projects will draw inspiration from the exhibition’s many works showing food and feasting, restaurants and dining. New projects featured every week. 1 pm to 4 pm.

Monday, April 10 (See map view)

Children 9 and 10 years old visit the marine collection and compare the anatomy of fish and marine mammals and create a mixed-media underwater seascape. Pre registration is required. 10 am to noon.

Tuesday, April 11 (See map view)

Children in kindergarten through second grade visit the wildlife dioramas, compare carnivores and herbivores and make a big cat mask. Pre registration is required. 10 am to noon.

Wednesday, April 12 (See map view)

Preschoolers with an adult viisit the insect collection, learn about the characteristics of butterflies and moths, and make a mobile. Pre registration is required. 10 am to noon.

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