Create adorable arts and crafts items to take home. Each month will focus on a different project related to a special time of the season. This program is suitable for kids and their caregivers. Themes January – Dream Catcher February – Caterpillar Heart March – Pasta Butterfly
Join us as we develop a borough-wide strategy and advocacy plan! The Bronx Parks Speak Up is an annual community networking conference for park and environmental stakeholders. Organized by the Bronx Coalition for Parks and Green Spaces (BCPGS), this day-long event draws over 250 Bronx residents, elected officials and agency personnel. It gives its attendees the chance to learn about government and non-government resources and participate in face-to-face discussions with
Join visiting artists Adam Frezza and Terri Chiao, past participants in Wave Hill’s Sunroom Project Space, on a visit to Wave Hill’s Cactus and Succulent House. Sketch these exotic desert dwellers, then, using papier-mâché, bendable wire, paint, and paper, make an exotic paper plant of your own. This event is free, and admission to the grounds is free until noon.
SPARX is a technology education and mentoring program for teenage girls. Register for SPARX and participate in a fun two-part science, technology, engineering, arts, and math series for girls ages 12–17. Participate in both sessions and receive a tote bag! Session 1: Technology, 12:00 p.m.–2:00 p.m. Session 2: Engineering, 3:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m. Please RSVP for this program. For more information or accessibility questions, contact Laira Reid at (347) 394-4251 or
The Color of Comics exhibition, curated by Ray Felix, showcases the private art collections from artist, Ray Felix, and writer, Alex Simmons, along with several talented African-American artists in the comic book industry. Artists include: Paris Cullins, Jerry Craft, Christopher Duckett, Trevor Vonnie Eden, Corey Fields, N.Steven Harris, Jamal Ingle, Carl Kent, Alitha E. Martinez, Khary Randolph, Sha-Nee Williams, and many more.
Open Run is a community-based, volunteer-led running initiative bringing free weekly runs and walks to local neighborhood parks, across all five boroughs of NYC. All runs are directed by volunteers and are free to all participants. The finish line is open until the last person is done. The courses vary based on the park, but the courses are between 2.5 and 3 miles long. Participants are encouraged to arrive 15
Have fun with Zumba for fitness, health, and well-being.
Participants will use contrasting and unconventional mediums to create intriguing works. Each month we will focus on a different art form. Themes January – Whimsical Winter Wonder Art Bottle Decoupage Tissue Art February- From the Heart Greeting Cards-PArchment Paper March – Winds of March-Steam Punk Art
Learn why fruit trees need annual pruning for the best production. Discover and practice how to prune the different types of fruit trees at the ideal time of year, in late winter. Please RSVP online here or by calling (212) 602-5300.
Discover the Magic of Snowflakes as we create sparkly ones, sing along with Elsa and her friends, and take pics too! Please arrive in your Arendelle best! (Princess costumes, or attire for this royal event!) Children ages 3 and up. $25 / child and parent In-store Special – 2 children & 2 Adults for $45 More info here.
🎶Chillin’ Like a Villain? 🎶 Join us as we paint and sing at our Descendants Paint Party coming soon in January! Feel free to bring your costume, or wear the t-shirt of your favorite Villain! All Art Supplies and freshly spun Cotton Candy included. $25 per painter Tix available soon! Ages 7 and up More info here.
Pelham Bay is the largest park in New York City. Explore the areas where Native American settlements existed centuries before our great city existed. Walk through one of the most bio-diverse forests in NYC, including the majestic 450 year old “Granny Oak”.