Fun educational and creative workshops and activities are on this weeks agenda!
The fabulous french clothing store Les Petits Chapelais in Soho is having a HUGE SALE now through to the end of January.
You’ll find 50-90% off all the season collections, including shoes and rain boots. Price range from $1 to mostly under $90 except for a few dresses and coats the sale includes all these lines:
Petit Bateau, Oeuf, Eyespy Baby, Max & Lola, Dagmar Daley, Ten, Zorro, Rita con Rita, Paper Wings, Kidscase, Mademoiselle a Soho, MP socks and tights, Yamamoto, Noch organic, Tane organic, milkdot, chispum, Reset, Kicokids, Moose Knuckles, Noch, Appaman, Alsolete, Bakker made with love etc…
Major credit cards are accepted & cash on baskets under $15.
Sizes range from new born to 12 years old, boys and girls
Location: 86 Thompson Street between Spring and Prince streets in Soho.
Here’s an idea…instead of spending your dollars on candy this Halloween, how about
donating to “Make Change for Children” so the Joint Council on International Children’s Services (JCICS) and its partners can
find more loving, adoptive homes for vulnerable, orphaned children
Joint Council is the only international non-profit dedicated to ensuring
that every child lives, grows and thrives in a safe, permanent and
loving family. Your donation helps Joint Council and its 258
international partners serve over 2 million children and families each
seeds, the award-winning,
all-in-one children’s play space, whose flagship is based in New York City’s
Chelsea/Flatiron district, is branching out and opening its second NYC location
at 200 West End Avenue on July 1.
perfectly on the family-friendly Upper West Side and located closely to
multiple schools and parks, apple seeds will cater to families with children
from newborn to five years old. The new space will have incredible indoor
Playground. The nearly
2,000 square foot indoor playground contains nine children’s museum-like
exhibits as well as a gym-and-play space.
Perfect Class. Five classrooms offer classes in music, art, movement,
soccer, cooking, science, construction, ballet and more. Classes begin
July 1st and registration is open now.
Celebrations. Families can choose from 11 party themes ranging from music to
sports, to animals, to cooking, princesses and pirates, construction, dinosaurs
The New York International Children’s Film Festival gives movie-lovers the opportunity to see U.S. premieres of international films and get sneak previews of the best upcoming shorts, features, and documentaries. NYICFF is an Oscar-qualifying festival, and in the past four years alone it has screened 11 films that were later nominated for Academy Awards.
Along with a carefully selected collection of feature films from around the world, this year’s festival includes six short film programs, kid-friendly opening and closing galas, filmmaker Q&A’s, film making workshops, and the NYICFF Awards Ceremony on March 25, when the 2012 jury — including silver screen greats like Susan Sarandon and Uma Thurman — will announce the best of the fest.
The festival runs March 3-25 in various locations around New York City.
You can buy tickets here .