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Monday, Oct. 16 (See map view)

The exhibit explores pilotless aircraft and the history of drone technology. Visitors can fly actual drones and explore the use of drones in police and fire departments, fashion, and art.

10 am to 5 pm.

Play is the cornerstone of early childhood development. Meet other toddlers, parents, and caregivers for interactive play on a grassy lawn. Sing and hear stories too! Carefully selected play equipment and toys are provided – plus water play!

10 am to noon.

This support group provides mothers with an opportunity to sit and nurse their babies, hang with other moms, ask questions, and get some answers in a non judgmental environment .Led by Birth Your Own Way Doula & Lactation services . This program is for women only. Pregnant women are encouraged to come. Support is key. Come find your village. Led by Liza Maltz - birth and postpartum doula - CLC …

11 am.

Ffamilies, and especially children ages 5-12, enjoy an interactive gateway to the wonders of the Museum and a hands-on, behind-the-scenes look at its science.

1:30 pm to 5: 10 pm.

Drop by for a few hours to meet friends and make new ones. Play table tennis, foosball, life-size chess, and more! Also introducing special activities, such as trivia, karaoke and Community Center night. Great place to hang and relax! Check www.bpcparks.org for the latest information. Grades 7-12

4 pm.

Tuesday, Oct. 17 (See map view)

The exhibit explores pilotless aircraft and the history of drone technology. Visitors can fly actual drones and explore the use of drones in police and fire departments, fashion, and art.

10 am to 5 pm.

Play is the cornerstone of early childhood development. Meet other toddlers, parents, and caregivers for interactive play on a grassy lawn. Sing and hear stories too! Carefully selected play equipment and toys are provided – plus water play!

10 am to noon.

Ffamilies, and especially children ages 5-12, enjoy an interactive gateway to the wonders of the Museum and a hands-on, behind-the-scenes look at its science.

1:30 pm to 5: 10 pm.

Held in the cozy Barbara K. Lipman Children’s History Library, this program introduces New York and American history to the littlest New Yorkers with age-appropriate readings and engaging hands-on activities. Ages 3 to 5 years old.

3:30 pm.

Drop by for a few hours to meet friends and make new ones. Play table tennis, foosball, life-size chess, and more! Also introducing special activities, such as trivia, karaoke and Community Center night. Great place to hang and relax! Check www.bpcparks.org for the latest information. Grades 7-12

4 pm.

One of the Museum’s best-loved traditions—features educational activities and entertainment for children ages 2-12. Go on an expedition of scientific discovery and join Museum curators and other members of the Museum community in discovering the wonders of the natural world. Highlights include the Museum Science Center, the Tiffany & Co. Gem Dig, the Cricket Cantina, and lots more!

5 pm.

Join the Village Community Boathouse for Community Rowing in traditional Whitehall gigs, captained by experienced New York Harbor coxswains. Open to all; no experience or reservations necessary, and lifejackets will be provided. Children (under 18) must be accompanied by a parent. For every rower under 12 one parent or adult guardian must be present. All participants must sign a liability waiver.

5:30 pm.

Reprising last season’s Here/Now Festival, this 21st-century program combines breakthrough works and recent premieres. Peck’s sneaker ballet, one of the most buzzed about ballets of 2017, and the latest from Ratmansky join two Wheeldon works: a contemplative pas de deux evoking an introspective mysticism and an ensemble work for four couples who wind their way through eerily melodious piano …

7:30 pm.

Wednesday, Oct. 18 (See map view)

The exhibit explores pilotless aircraft and the history of drone technology. Visitors can fly actual drones and explore the use of drones in police and fire departments, fashion, and art.

10 am to 5 pm.

The South Street Seaport Museum has a new exhibition, "Millions: Migrants and Millionaires aboard the Great Liners." The exhibit features ship models, artifacts and memorabilia from ocean liners, giving visitors an in-depth look at the dramatic differences between ship travel for millionaires in First Class and immigrants in Third Class.

11am–5pm.

This support group provides mothers with an opportunity to sit and nurse their babies, hang with other moms, ask questions, and get some answers in a non judgmental environment .Led by Birth Your Own Way Doula & Lactation services . This program is for women only. Pregnant women are encouraged to come. Support is key. Come find your village. Led by Liza Maltz - birth and postpartum doula - CLC …

Noon.

Ffamilies, and especially children ages 5-12, enjoy an interactive gateway to the wonders of the Museum and a hands-on, behind-the-scenes look at its science.

1:30 pm to 5: 10 pm.

Drop by for a few hours to meet friends and make new ones. Play table tennis, foosball, life-size chess, and more! Also introducing special activities, such as trivia, karaoke and Community Center night. Great place to hang and relax! Check www.bpcparks.org for the latest information. Grades 7-12

4 pm.

Reprising last season’s Here/Now Festival, this 21st-century program combines breakthrough works and recent premieres. Peck’s sneaker ballet, one of the most buzzed about ballets of 2017, and the latest from Ratmansky join two Wheeldon works: a contemplative pas de deux evoking an introspective mysticism and an ensemble work for four couples who wind their way through eerily melodious piano …

7:30 pm.

Thursday, Oct. 19 (See map view)

The exhibit explores pilotless aircraft and the history of drone technology. Visitors can fly actual drones and explore the use of drones in police and fire departments, fashion, and art.

10 am to 5 pm.

The production features 75 puppets, adapting four of Eric Carle’s stories, " Brown Bear, Brown Bear," “10 Little Rubber Ducks,” “The Very Lonely Firefly,” and “the Very Hungry Caterpillar” For all ages.

10 am.

Play is the cornerstone of early childhood development. Meet other toddlers, parents, and caregivers for interactive play on a grassy lawn. Sing and hear stories too! Carefully selected play equipment and toys are provided – plus water play!

10 am to noon.

The South Street Seaport Museum has a new exhibition, "Millions: Migrants and Millionaires aboard the Great Liners." The exhibit features ship models, artifacts and memorabilia from ocean liners, giving visitors an in-depth look at the dramatic differences between ship travel for millionaires in First Class and immigrants in Third Class.

11am–5pm.

Ffamilies, and especially children ages 5-12, enjoy an interactive gateway to the wonders of the Museum and a hands-on, behind-the-scenes look at its science.

1:30 pm to 5: 10 pm.

Our storyteller, Shawn, starts this season with new stories and songs to share. Feel free to bring friends and come make new ones. We look forward to welcoming everyone. Drop-in.

3:30 pm.

Drop by for a few hours to meet friends and make new ones. Play table tennis, foosball, life-size chess, and more! Also introducing special activities, such as trivia, karaoke and Community Center night. Great place to hang and relax! Check www.bpcparks.org for the latest information. Grades 7-12

4 pm.

Reprising last season’s Here/Now Festival, this 21st-century program combines breakthrough works and recent premieres. Peck’s sneaker ballet, one of the most buzzed about ballets of 2017, and the latest from Ratmansky join two Wheeldon works: a contemplative pas de deux evoking an introspective mysticism and an ensemble work for four couples who wind their way through eerily melodious piano …

7:30 pm.

Friday, Oct. 20 (See map view)

Get ready for Shabbat with a joyous and active musical experience! Children, parents, grandparents and nannies are all a part of our Shababa Friday family. Join us for this playful and soulful experience of singing, dancing, jumping and celebrating as a community!

9:30 am to 10 am and 10: 45 am to 11:30 am.

The exhibit explores pilotless aircraft and the history of drone technology. Visitors can fly actual drones and explore the use of drones in police and fire departments, fashion, and art.

10 am to 5 pm.

The production features 75 puppets, adapting four of Eric Carle’s stories, " Brown Bear, Brown Bear," “10 Little Rubber Ducks,” “The Very Lonely Firefly,” and “the Very Hungry Caterpillar” For all ages.

10 am and noon.

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