Bundle up the little ones! Old Westbury Gardens on Long Island is welcoming visitors of all ages to enjoy its first-of-its kind holiday light show. Shimmering Solstice opens November 20 and runs through January 9. Tickets are on sale now. The light show is presented by Catholic Health.
It is never too early to introduce our children to the world of theater and what better city in which to do it than NYC! These classes provide our little ones with incredible learning experiences that intertwine acting, storytelling, writing, and improvisation. These 5 children’s acting classes allow kids to explore their imagination, which in turn […]
If you’re looking for a last-minute summer getaway, or planning ahead for fall, add the Berkshires to your list. Three hours is all it takes to drive from NYC to the Berkshires, and when kids realize that the best things to do in the Berkshires include eating the ice cream, they will be all in!
It’s August and the end of overnight camp is just a few days away. For all those times over the summer you thought your camper would be homesick, the reality is, your child will be coming home absolutely camp-sick, the feeling of missing camp so much that it hurts! Your child will miss camp so […]
The Catskills is a gorgeous destination all year round, but there’s so much to do in the summer and the brilliant colors of the autumn foliage make it a must-see at these times of the year. Only a two hour drive from NYC, it is the perfect weekend getaway with kids.
Without further ado, here is my list of the fab food joints that are must visits in NYC.
The Importance of Teaching Social Skills While academics are a large part of school, there are other factors that will determine the future success of students—especially in our rapidly changing world. Strong social skills, leadership capabilities, and the ability to adapt and think critically are crucial to professional prowess—and should be instilled at a young […]
The newly opened Little Island is 2.4 acres of pure magic. Little Island has stroller-friendly paths, stairs, wave-shaped benches, more than 350 plant species, more than 110 trees, and two large grassy hills, which beg kids to race up and roll down. Nestled amidst the hills are various stone shortcuts—or boulder scrambles—ideal for impatient young explorers who can’t wait to check out the views. Starting in mid-June, Little Island’s free arts activities and workshops will be open to families.