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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.

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.

Saturday, April 1 (See map view)

Two siblings on a sleepover at their grandmother’s house have trouble falling asleep. To pass the time, they decide to act out their favorite story with items found in their room. Soon what’s real and whats imagined begin to blur, and the children find themselves in the deep dark woods with a wolf tracking them down. Experience this innovative musical that offers an interactive take on a classic tale. (April 11, 11:30 performance is ASL interpreted performance

11:30 am and 2 pm.

Sunday, April 2 (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.

Two siblings on a sleepover at their grandmother’s house have trouble falling asleep. To pass the time, they decide to act out their favorite story with items found in their room. Soon what’s real and whats imagined begin to blur, and the children find themselves in the deep dark woods with a wolf tracking them down. Experience this innovative musical that offers an interactive take on a classic tale. (April 11, 11:30 performance is ASL interpreted performance

2 pm to 4 pm.

Friday, April 7 (See map view)

Little chefs use real cooking tools (with some help from adults) as we make easy, yummy, kid-friendly snacks from start to finish. As they make their treat, kids gain experience measuring ingredients, following directions and building their vocabulary.

11:30 am to noon.

Saturday, April 8 (See map view)

Hop on over for a special night at the Museum to celebrate the arrival of spring! Meet Peter Rabbit; Explore egg decorating; Create spring-themed craft activities; Enjoy games and face painting; Decorate your own sweet treat; Collect eggs as you hop from activity to activity!

6 pm to 9 pm.

Sunday, April 9 (See map view)

Two siblings on a sleepover at their grandmother’s house have trouble falling asleep. To pass the time, they decide to act out their favorite story with items found in their room. Soon what’s real and whats imagined begin to blur, and the children find themselves in the deep dark woods with a wolf tracking them down. Experience this innovative musical that offers an interactive take on a classic tale. (April 11, 11:30 performance is ASL interpreted performance

11:30 am and 2 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.

Can a painting move? Can lines take you on a journey? Join us as we make creations inspired by the life and work of Willem de Kooning! Using a variety of materials, explore how lines create energy within a composition and take us on a visual trip.

11 am, 1 pm and 3 pm.

Two siblings on a sleepover at their grandmother’s house have trouble falling asleep. To pass the time, they decide to act out their favorite story with items found in their room. Soon what’s real and whats imagined begin to blur, and the children find themselves in the deep dark woods with a wolf tracking them down. Experience this innovative musical that offers an interactive take on a classic tale. (April 11, 11:30 performance is ASL interpreted performance

11:30 am and 2 pm.

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.

Families can enjoy the school break together with three days of art making and gallery tours inspired by the Haston designs to be seen throughout the Museum. A different project will be offered every day! For children of all ages and their families.

11 am to 2 pm.

Can a painting move? Can lines take you on a journey? Join us as we make creations inspired by the life and work of Willem de Kooning! Using a variety of materials, explore how lines create energy within a composition and take us on a visual trip.

11 am, 1 pm and 3 pm.

Two siblings on a sleepover at their grandmother’s house have trouble falling asleep. To pass the time, they decide to act out their favorite story with items found in their room. Soon what’s real and whats imagined begin to blur, and the children find themselves in the deep dark woods with a wolf tracking them down. Experience this innovative musical that offers an interactive take on a classic tale. (April 11, 11:30 performance is ASL interpreted performance

11:30 am and 2 pm.

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.

Families can enjoy the school break together with three days of art making and gallery tours inspired by the Haston designs to be seen throughout the Museum. A different project will be offered every day! For children of all ages and their families.

11 am to 2 pm.

Two siblings on a sleepover at their grandmother’s house have trouble falling asleep. To pass the time, they decide to act out their favorite story with items found in their room. Soon what’s real and whats imagined begin to blur, and the children find themselves in the deep dark woods with a wolf tracking them down. Experience this innovative musical that offers an interactive take on a classic tale. (April 11, 11:30 performance is ASL interpreted performance

11:30 am and 2 pm.

Thursday, April 13 (See map view)

Families can enjoy the school break together with three days of art making and gallery tours inspired by the Haston designs to be seen throughout the Museum. A different project will be offered every day! For children of all ages and their families.

11 am to 2 pm.

Olive & Pearl is specifically created by the dance and theater company Treehouse Shakers for the very young child, ages 2-5. Is the story of a young girl, Olive, who is lovingly being raised by her Granny. The show is intimate; audiences sit within Olive & Pearl’s home, which is made out of a dome of soft felts, crocheted squares, and colorful fabrics. Throughout their day Granny builds fires, warms tea, makes meals and has a comforting lap with safe arms to rock Olive to sleep. The characters play fairy house, go on an imaginary journey to the moon and learn the Jig.

11:30 am to12:30 pm.

Friday, April 14 (See map view)

Olive & Pearl is specifically created by the dance and theater company Treehouse Shakers for the very young child, ages 2-5. Is the story of a young girl, Olive, who is lovingly being raised by her Granny. The show is intimate; audiences sit within Olive & Pearl’s home, which is made out of a dome of soft felts, crocheted squares, and colorful fabrics. Throughout their day Granny builds fires, warms tea, makes meals and has a comforting lap with safe arms to rock Olive to sleep. The characters play fairy house, go on an imaginary journey to the moon and learn the Jig.

11:30 am to 12:30 pm.

Saturday, April 15 (See map view)

Many different cultures around the world have their own traditions of decorating Easter eggs. This year commemorate the Easter holiday by embellishing your own egg using the method of decoupage, the art of decorating with paper cut-outs. For children 5 and older.

2 pm.

Sunday, April 16 (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.

Saturday, April 22 (See map view)

Out Earth is our home. Come celebrate Earth Day and learn how you can make a difference in keeping our planet healthy! This program is made possible with the support of National Grid.

11 am to 3 pm and 11 am to noon; 2 to 3 pm English).

Sunday, April 23 (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.

Run, skip, hop, or jump to the Museum for a day of art making inspired by movement and nature. Free Style Arts will engage families with messy moveable art outside on the Museum’s grounds to flex your creative muscles. Then get your bodies moving outside with members of the RADD Fitness team of Glen Head in activities designed for all ages and abilities. Inspired by your time outside families will create kinetic sculptures using a variety of recycled materials. Dress for art making and physical activity. Program will move indoors in case of rain.

1 pm to 4 pm.

Saturday, April 29 (See map view)

Victor Herbert’s classic operetta is full of glorious melodies, and tells the story of mean Uncle Barnaby and his plot to get rid of his young niece and nephew, to get his hands on their inheritance. With the help of several Mother Goose characters, the pair defeat his evil plans and bring happiness back to Toyland. MasterVoices presents the original score, including songs "Toyland", “March of the Toys”, and “I Can’t Do the Sum.” Recommended for children 8 years and older.

7 pm.

Sunday, April 30 (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.

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