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You guys, I'm so tired that I can barely think or type or function. That's because my four month old is no longer sleeping. So let's cut to the chase today before I face plant on my keyboard. Weekend worthy excursions include The Very Hungry Caterpillar in Tribeca, Lunar New Year festivals at both The Met and MOCA, a Black History celebration at AMNH, a Purim Carnival at the 92Y, a kids film fest, a kids food fest, and more. And before you go, let us introduce you to Naomi Schoenkin, the founder of Six Degrees of Mom. This private social network for moms has women all over New York City scrambling for an invitation.

Events We Love This Week!
Events for Saturday, February 28th
  • Puppetworks


    Classic fairytales adapted for marionettes by Nicolas Coppola.

    Ages: For ages 4 and up
    Cost: $8.00 to $10.00
    When: Saturdays + Sundays @ 12:30PM + 2:30PM (January 17 - March 29, 2015)
  • Lasker Rink

    Lasker Rink

    A more intimate ice skating experience on the north end of Central Park.

    Ages: All Ages
    Cost: $4.00 to $7.00
    When: Open daily November 28 thru March 2015. Hours vary. See encl.
  • The Light Princess

    The Light Princess

    Funny, romantic +cleverly choreographed to delightfully upbeat original songs.

    Ages: For ages 5 and up
    Cost: $15.00 to $43.00
    When: February 27 thru March 8. See available showtimes.
  • Sesame Street Live: Make A New Friend

    Sesame Street Live: Make A New Friend

    No matter where you're from or where you've been, everyone is special -- so join in!

    Ages: For ages 1 to 6
    Cost: $15.00 to $145.00
    When: February 19-March 1. See available showtimes.
  • HERE WE STAND: Honor Black History

    HERE WE STAND: Honor Black History

    Spoken word, live music, imagery + dance that connects the Museum's African collections to the contemporary African-American experience.

    Ages: All Ages
    Cost: Free
    When: February 28, 3:00PM-5:00PM
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