Courtesy Brooklyn Center StageBrooklyn Center Stage 495 3rd Avenue at 11th Street, Gowanus Contact: 718-499-6600, or email email@example.com Brooklyn CenterStage gives budding thespians a theatrical experience like no other. Campers can look forward to voice, drama, tap, musical theater dance, acting with masks, stage combat and audition technique.
Transitioning back to the everyday grind after the holidays can be difficult for kids and grownups alike, but this process can be especially tough for children with sensory processing, autism spectrum, ADHD, and other developmental disorders that thrive on routine. When things get a bit chaotic, one of our favorite
For kids young and old, there’s something magical about lighting the menorah. Everybody wants to participate, but an open flame and active preschoolers aren’t always the best combination. If you want to minimize the possibility of a three-year-old tantrum, consider making a window cling menorah. With supplies that
Christine Bush/City Kid CornerGingerbread crafts are one of those seasonal pastimes that we both love and loathe. Sure they’re adorable, but how many times have you cursed the heavens after trying (for the umpteenth time) to balance those flimsy gingerbread walls against each other? The kids get frustrated.
The American Fine Craft Show will soon hit nearby Brooklyn Museum (200 Eastern Parkway between Washington and Underhill Avenues) for the second year–and with it, handmade pieces from 90 US artists, including several talented Brooklynites. From 12-6pm on Saturday, November 22 and 11am-6pm on Sunday, November 23, attendees will
Who says the 10 and under set deserve all the fun? Teens and adults can also learn some new skills locally this month and next, including dance and Pilates, fiction writing, sewing and crocheting, and silversmithing. Jewelry Making with Hungry Cat Cafe Local jewelry maker Hungry Cat Cafe is offering
Jack Giambanco in his workshop (Photo by Eli Garcia)(Source: Friendship Lights)Gravesend resident Jack Giambanco has given his all into inventing Friendship Lights, a plastic product with a light diode to represent faith, peace, and unity that he’s been using to cheer up those facing adversity. “They may
Flatbush Mutual Aid will be holding an all-level sewing workshop tomorrow at the Flatbush Reformed Church (890 Flatbush Ave. on the corner of Church) basement gym from 1:30-4pm. A neighbor from the organization says: It’s an all-ages, all abilities sewing workshop — hand-sewing and machine. We hope this will