See how kids have reimagined the city’s waterfront at the Museum of the City of New York on Dec. 15.
Children 5 to 17 years can listen to middle school students from the Neighborhood Explorers program share their ideas on how to better the East River, it’s shoreline, bikeways, and roads to serve the needs of contemporary New Yorkers. The tweens and teens will present their ideas, and everyone will have the chance to make hands-on models to represent their visions.
Reimagining the Waterfront on Dec. 15 from 1 to 3 pm. Admission is $10; free for children 12 and younger.
Museum of the City of New York [1220 Fifth Ave. at 103rd Street on the Upper East Side, (212) 534–1672; mcny.org].
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