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Friday, March 4, 2016

Seussapolooza Saturday, First Aid for Kids Monday, Pi Day Experiments & Contests on 3/14 at the library -- plus Maple Sugaring and Autism-Friendly Performances & More Around the Community This Weekend.

 

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Click HERE to register for any of these programs.


AROUND THE COMMUNITY:


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GALUMPHA — Autism-Friendly Performance
Sun, March 6, 2016 at 2pm & 5pm
Galumpha is a “human jungle gym” featuring three fearless performers who combine acrobatic movement, physical comedy, and inventive choreography in gravity-defying poses and spectacular feats of physical strength. Utilizing skillful balance, trust, and collaboration, the dancers demonstrate what real teamwork is all about as they create a sensory feast of images ranging from the ridiculous to the awe-inspiring.

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Free Things To Do in March

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Free art museums, amazing hikes and plenty of other amazing activities that won't break the bank.


Have a budding archaelogist? NYC Museum offers Dig Drop In.

Dig Drop-In   Ages 3 – 10  Sunday, March 13  12 – 3 pm  Free with Museum Admission.

Kids discover a passion for ancient artifacts in the Museum’s simulated archaeological dig, open on the second Sunday of each month.

The Jewish Museum 1109 5th Ave at 92nd St
New York, NY 10128   212.423.3200 info@thejm.org


ONE DAY ONLY -- FREE MUSEUMS IN NJ & NYC


March 12th is a special edition Museum Day Live!*

Download your free Museum Day Live! ticket today

It’s easy to get a ticket!

        1. Create an account — or — Log in to your existing account

        2. Select your state and a museum

        3. Download your ticket to print and bring with you!

New for March 2016 is a special edition of Museum Day Live!, providing an opportunity to the public, especially women and girls throughout the U.S. to enjoy and share in our nation’s dynamic heritage and cultural life.

Smithsonian Magazine | MRC 513, P.O. Box 37012 | Washington, D.C. 20013


19TH ANNUAL STAGES FESTIVAL RUNS THROUGH MARCH AT VARIOUS VENUES AROUND NJ

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New Jersey Theatre Alliance presents

THE 19th ANNUAL STAGES FESTIVAL

The state’s largest celebration of theatre with FREE and discounted tickets to over 85 professional performances, workshops, and events throughout New Jersey in March 2016.

WHEN: starts February 27th and runs through March
WHERE:
theatres, arts centers, libraries, schools, hospitals, and other community venues throughout the state
ADMISSION: free of charge or at significantly discounted rates

Performance at Passage Theatre of Trenton during the 2015 Stages Festival - Photo by Jerry DaliaNew Jersey Theatre Alliance and its partners and funders are pleased to present the 19th annual Stages Festival (Stages), a statewide, month-long festival of theatre offering over 85 theatre performances and programs for children and adultsfree of charge or at significantly discounted rates. Events will take place at theatres, arts centers, libraries, schools, hospitals, and other community venues throughout the state.Most events require registration. For a full listing of events, program details, and registration information visit stagesfestival.org. (Top: Performance at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey during the 2015 Stages Festival—returning to New Jersey in March 2016! Photo by Ruth Zamoyta; Above Right: Performance at Passage Theatre in Trenton. Photo by Jerry Dalia)


Summer Science Fun!  Ages 7 to 13

The Environmental Education Center offers summer science programs. For ages 7 – 9 there is the Eco-Explorers program. In this program participants get an exciting experience while developing an appreciation for nature and a fondness of science. Fresh air, lessons, hiking, field trips, canoeing, and games will add up to a fun and educational summer experience!

For ages 10-13 we have AWESIM KIDS (Animals Wetlands Environment Science Imaginations Minds Knowledge Interdependence Discovery & Solutions). AWESIM KIDS is a unique combination of learning and summer vacation fun. We will spend our days hiking, boating, learning about local wildlife, exploring the park, meeting interesting professionals, and going on unique day trips each week.  Favorite activities like berry picking, boating, and swimming are repeated throughout the summer.

For more information please visit  Summer Science Fun


Let Your Fingers Do More Walking:

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