On July 1st, in parks throughout New York City, City Parks Foundation kicks off its 2013 Summer Sports Program for young people. Throughout the summer, City Parks Foundation provides over 13,000 New York City children free tennis, golf, and track and field instruction including free use of equipment in over 60 locations citywide.This summer, City Parks Foundation’s Sports programs will be taking place in Williamsbridge Oval, Woodlawn Park, Haffen Park, St. James
Just the other day another mom and I were discussing how important date nights are, especially after you have children. The amazing thing about living in NYC is having so many fun options for food and entertainment. There are also lots of out of the ordinary places that arent just dinner and a movie. The other night I got to check out a show with a “millionares magician”- Steve Cohen’s
Saturday, May 4, 2013 It’s My Park Day at Poe Park Grand Concourse between East Kingsbridge Road and East 192nd Street. (in Poe Park), Bronx 9:00 a.m.–4:00 a.m. On It’s My Park Day, join the Poe Visitor Center in Poe Park for “In Pleine Aire with Poe” – arts activities in the park outside of the center. Activities to include knit…Free! It’s My Park Day at Starlight Park East 177th
Marriott recently put together an infographic about the history of NYC’s boroughs, with the best places to eat in each borough. Below are their picks, including their faves in the Bronx. Check it out and tell us if you agree or what your favorite spots here in the Bronx are. New York City’s Five Boroughs – An infographic by the team at Marriott New York Hotels
By: Nicole Perrino You might remember a few months back, Briana and I were invited to check out the latest craze-StinkyKids-at the Madame Alexander showroom. Well, creator Britt Menzies has already seen some much deserved success with her awesome line of dolls, books, and now- a musical! Showing until April 22nd at Vital Theatre Company- you don’t want to miss this fun story with your little ones. Based on her
The winter issue of Outdoors in New York City is now available; click here to download it now. The winter issue is full of family-friendly programs and events that are suitable for all ages.