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Summer Learning 2021: Virtual Summer Camp | The New York Public Library

It is almost officially summer time and as more businesses are opening up without COVID-19 restrictions, many parents are looking for summer programs for their children. If you can relate, keep reading! Starting June 5th the New York Public Library will be opening its summer learning program, featuring a KidsLIVE! author talk with Christian Robinson, who is the author and illustrator of “You Matter” and “Last Stop on Market Street”.

This Weekend at Wave Hill

  SAT, JANUARY 9    FAMILY ART PROJECT: SUNRISE, SUNSET Look to the sky’s palette of colors, infused with shades of dusk or dawn, and then blend and blur paint and tissue-paper dyes against a silhouette of winter trees, city skyline, river or bridge to create an inspirational scene. Free, and admission to the grounds is free until noon. WAVE HILL HOUSE, 10AM‒1PM   SUN, JANUARY 10    WINTER BIRDING The Hudson

PuppetMobile in the Bronx

COMING SPRING 2015: TALES OF BRIER RABBIT Tales of Brier Rabbit follows the adventures of notorious trickster Brier Rabbit, who is once again up to no good. Deceiving and stealing from his fellow animal friends, Brier Rabbit thinks he’s much too clever to ever get caught. However, in this modern adaptation of the American folk tale, Brier Rabbit’s pals are on to his tricks, and set out to teach him

Giveaway: Family 4pack to Culinary Kids Festival at NYBG

Culinary Kids Food Festival February 17–23, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. In the Dining Pavilion behind the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory If you didn’t know, there is going to be an awesome Culinary Kids Food Festival at the New York Botanical Garden from February 17th to the 23rd. The week is going to be filled with lots of great activities, so we are excited to host a giveaway for a

BronxMama on Ning!

I just launched BronxMamas.Ning.com for all of the BronxMamas who want to join! Even if you don’t plan to attend any of our toddler meetups, join to meet other moms in your area of the Bronx!

Contributing Writers

I’m currently looking for other Bronx moms to help out with this blog. It’s hard for me to keep up with it and I want to have the best resource I can for Bronx mothers. Even if you don’t plan to contribute regularly, that’s fine. Just help build this blog! Email me at [email protected] if you are interested!

A very Cool Park

                   On the Queens side of the Whitestone Bridge, there is Whitestone Park. A nice sized park with lots of room for picnicking and the same park that my father used to swim in the water right under the bridge. But right across the water, on the other side of the bridge, there is also a spot to check out. Behind the