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Free Older Youth Activities at CASW

Children’s Arts & Science Workshops, Inc. Bronx River Community Center 1619 E. 174th Street, Bronx, NY 10472                                  www.caswkids.org Click READ MORE for schedule. Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Tumblr it Tweet about it Print for later Tell a friend

Come on Bronx!

Now in its fourth year, Make Music New York, “the largest music event ever to grace Gotham” (Metro New York), is a unique festival of free concerts in public spaces throughout the five boroughs of New York City, all on Monday, June 21st, the first day of summer. MMNY takes place simultaneously with similar festivities in more than 327 cities around the world — a global celebration of music making.

Easter Time at Bartow Pell Mansion

Exciting Egg Events at Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum With spring in the air, Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum is pleased to offer two fun-filled egg events in March: A Pysanky Ukrainian Easter egg workshop in the mansion’s Orangerie     and an annual Easter Egg Hunt in the garden. Pysanky Workshop Saturday, March 20, 11 a.m.–3:30p.m. Learn the traditional Ukrainian art of decorating Easter eggs using a wax-resist technique. Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, March 27,

Bronx Parents

The Bronx doesn’t just offer resources for kids, there are also many services available to adults, many of which are free! The Children’s Art and Science Workshops Inc at the Bronx River Community Center offers salsa classes, aerobics and more. Click Read More to view the schedule. _____________________________________________________ Also parents- the South Bronx Food Cooperative offers Yoga and Cooking classes! Yes, they are free!! Yoga Classes Tuesday @ 3:30 en

Summer Youth Programs/Children's Day Camps 2010

There’s no denying how important it is for kids and teens to be involved in some kind of activity. Whether it be a local sports team, a rec center, or a part time job; its a great experience for them-and a weight off our shoulders! FYI The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene also compiles a list of day camps, overnight camps, special need camps, and traveling

Outside of the Bronx: MSG and Radio City Music Hall Tours!

Bronx Mama recently had the chance to experience both the Madison Square Garden All Access Tour and Radio City Music Hall’s Stage Door Tour! While there are so many awesome things going on in the Bronx, its always great to jump on the train and head downtown every once in a while. And for anyone with kids who are into sports or music-these tours are a great way to spend

Pre-k Applications are now available

Today, March 1st Pre Kindergarten applications became available on the NYC Department of Education website. The application can be submitted online or by mail, and the directory is available here. On March 2nd the directory will be available at your local Borough Enrollment Office. A great site to read reviews on New York City schools is Insideschools.org. There you can find reviews and search by borough, district, and more. Key

Online Childrens Game

Kids today are born technology savvy. Three year olds can work a mouse better than some adults. There are a lot of websites geared towards children now, but it’s still important to keep them safe. One website that is great for kids is Fantage-a community site for children ages 7-14. Founded in 2007, Fantage (Fantastic Age) is a next-generation destination site for children and the fastest growing community site for

Become a Fan on Facebook!

We’d love BronxMamas (and Papas!) to join us on Facebook! Check out our Facebook Fan Page! Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Tumblr it Tweet about it Print for later Tell a friend

Bronx Family Magazine looking for Stay at Home Dad

Bronx Family-the monthly magazine published by Courier-Life and owned by News Corporation is looking for a stay at home dad in the Bronx to write about their life as a stay at home father in one of their upcoming issues! Do you, or someone you know sound like the perfect fit? Feel free to leave a comment or email BronxMama at nicoleperrino@hotmail.com. Please include the following information: -Name -Number of

Upcoming Events at Your Local Park

Even though its cold outside and there are many days that staying underneath the blanket seems like the best thing to do, don’t forget there are events going on at your local park daily. Check out the NYC Dept. of Parks and Recreation for a calendar of events. *Some cool events that are coming up include the Secrets of Snowflakes on Saturday January 30th at Van Cortlandt Park and  Be

Current Exhibitions at The Bronx Museum of the Arts

Intersections Grand Concourse Beyond 100 Through March 1, 2010, the exhibition features the finalists of the international design competition co-organized and presented by The Bronx Museum of the Arts and Design Trust for Public Space. This competition solicited bold visions for how the Bronx and the Grand Concourse can evolve in the next few decades and cope with pressing needs for housing, green spaces, and transportation. The Bronx Museum of

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