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Music by Daniel Palese, Lavender Blues, and Lucy Kalantari
Crafts by Giocare Play Spot
Separate egg hunt areas for babies, toddlers and older children.
Greenwood Park will be serving up food for purchase and the bar will be OPEN!
From puppet shows to ice skating performances and everything in between, we’ve got you covered this weekend. Have fun, and please continue to help SkipKid grow by telling your friends about us!
Lakeside Spring Ice Spectacular, LeFrak Center, Prospect Park. Come out for the spring figure skating show featuring solos, duets, and group numbers! Admission is free for the audience ($5 for chair rentals).
Musical Puppet Show & Craft Workshop: Twice Upon A Time, Gowanus Souvenir Shop, Gowanus. “Twice Upon A Time” is the enchanting tale of Anushka, a young girl, who simply can’t get to sleep one moon-lit night. Children will love these musical versions of favorites such as The Hungry Caterpillar, Where The Wild Things Are, Goodnight Moon and Goodnight Gorilla. The show is followed by a craft workshop.
Spellbound Theatre/Free Family Art Day, Willow Nest Studio, Windsor Terrace.
Storytellers present crafts, songs, stories, and creative play around the theme of NESTS. Space is limited. RSVP at Elisha@willowneststudio.com.
Cinderella, BAM, Fort Greene. Captivating solo performer Shona Reppe presents a witty reinterpretation of the classic fable. Set on an inventive tabletop stage, this production uses puppetry, secret hatches, hidden doors and a handbag full of magic to tell Cinderella’s story. At once lush and minimal, Reppe’s Cinderella engages young audiences’ imagination, inviting them to complete the story for a truly dynamic theatrical experience.
Kid Stuff Swap, Brooklyn Free Space, Park Slope.
Round up your children’s outgrown clothes, equipment, and toys & bring them to Brooklyn Free Space preschool to swap for bigger sizes and get “NEW” stuff to play with!
Story Time with Shana Corey and Chris Sickels, Book Court, Cobble Hill. The Secret Subway will wow readers, just as Beach’s underground train wowed riders over a century ago. Join us for a story time with Shana and discover the fascinating, little-known story of New York City’s first subway.