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Tuesday, Jan. 27 (See map view)

Children explore the differences between tropical and temperate plants in the Everett Children’s Garden, where they can pot a tropical plant to take home. They will also make bark rubbings, count tree rings and fill up a field notebook with interesting facts. 10 am–5 pm.

Families have a great time twirling and skating and enjoying the rink . 11 am–6 pm.

Meet grasshoppers, worms, stick bugs and cockroaches - eeek! 3:30 pm.

Wednesday, Jan. 28 (See map view)

Children explore the differences between tropical and temperate plants in the Everett Children’s Garden, where they can pot a tropical plant to take home. They will also make bark rubbings, count tree rings and fill up a field notebook with interesting facts. 10 am–5 pm.

Usher in the Year of the Sheep with a world class presentation by Company dancers dressed in colorful costumes, performing ancient melodies on traditional instruments, all the while doing feats of awe-inspiring acrobats and lion dancers. Suitable for children of all ages. 10:30 am–noon.

Families have a great time twirling and skating and enjoying the rink . 11 am–6 pm.

Instructions, fitness, homework help and lots more. Requirements - students in grades first through 8th must live in Brooklyn or go to school in Brooklyn, be eligible for free/reduced lunch program. Preregistration required. 4–6:30 pm.

Thursday, Jan. 29 (See map view)

Children explore the differences between tropical and temperate plants in the Everett Children’s Garden, where they can pot a tropical plant to take home. They will also make bark rubbings, count tree rings and fill up a field notebook with interesting facts. 10 am–5 pm.

Usher in the Year of the Sheep with a world class presentation by Company dancers dressed in colorful costumes, performing ancient melodies on traditional instruments, all the while doing feats of awe-inspiring acrobats and lion dancers. Suitable for children of all ages. 10:30 am–noon.

Families have a great time twirling and skating and enjoying the rink . 11 am–6 pm.

Teens learn about health snacks and how to eat right. 4–5 pm.

Friday, Jan. 30 (See map view)

For residents who earn $53,000 per year or less with valid photo identification. Provided by members of the Accounting Society at LIU-Brooklyn who have been trained by the Internal Revenue Service. 10 am – 3 pm.

Children explore the differences between tropical and temperate plants in the Everett Children’s Garden, where they can pot a tropical plant to take home. They will also make bark rubbings, count tree rings and fill up a field notebook with interesting facts. 10 am–5 pm.

Families have a great time twirling and skating and enjoying the rink . 11 am–8 pm.

Children explore a new style of art and discover the artistic process while developing artistic skills. 11:30 am and 2:30 pm.

Children and teens with disabilities can practice swimming skills in this adaptive swim program. 4 pm.

Saturday, Jan. 31 (See map view)

For residents who earn $53,000 per year or less with valid photo identification. Provided by members of the Accounting Society at LIU-Brooklyn who have been trained by the Internal Revenue Service. 10 am – 3 pm.

Families have a great time twirling and skating and enjoying the rink . 10 am–9 pm.

Discvoer the art of quilts and share stories and decorate a quilt square to take home. 11:30 am.

Join in with staff and make a small sampler and play board games. 1–3 pm.

Children discover why some traditions are based on the moon and touch a real rock from outer space. 1:30 pm.

Children 9 to 14 years old work in groups and learn about science, match, art, reading and technology. 2 pm.

What if all objects have a soul, and they become living creatures at night when you are asleep? They have plenty of stories to tell. Children 3 to 7 years may bring old objects and give them a voice in this workshop - Following participants make a short play play together. 2–4 pm.

Toy Hacks allows children to work with parents and learn how to create wooden Lego Minifig heads or a pencil pet. Simple tools - recommended for children 6 years and older 3 pm.

What if all objects have a soul, and they become living creatures at night when you are asleep? They have plenty of stories to tell. Children 8 to 15 years may bring old objects and give them a voice in this workshop - Following participants make a short play play together. 4–6 pm.

Sunday, Feb. 1 (See map view)

Families have a great time twirling and skating and enjoying the rink . 10 am–6 pm.

Tots 18 months and older discover the fun of paper-making. 10:30 am.

Discover the art of using quilts to share stories and symbols. Learn the meanings of some popular West African “adinkra” symbols, then decorate a quilt square to hang at home. 11:30 am and 2:30 pm.

Join in with staff and make a small sampler and play board games. 1–3 pm.

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