Celebrating the art of cinema in the home of the Harlem Renaissance, The Harlem International Film Festival (Hi) inspires and entertains by honoring films that offer honest, thought-provoking portrayals of our world. Conceived from the belief that we all have unique experiences and perspectives to share, Hi actively seeks and exhibits fresh and dynamic works that possess a universal appeal.
New York City Beekeepers Association's monthly meeting features former Peace Corps volunteer Ivan K. Landers sweet-talking about his time in Paraguay amongst the Guarani, where he tamed wild hives and harvested honey in the middle of the jungle.
Recycle used stuff into new creations at Classic Playground.
Join the Summer Sports Experience! It's just for kids, and it's a fun introduction to the fundamentals of sports.
Human Impacts Institute’s successful Tree Care Tuesday program will be entering its second season, launching during earth week this April.
City Parks Foundation is excited to announce the return of its popular PuppetMobile production, Little Red’s Hood
Discover how New Yorkers are speaking up for safer streets for cyclists and pedestrians in the exhibition Activist New York
Presented by Google, kids can drop in for guided maker workshops in Hudson River Park.
This exciting, brand new family film series will show favorite flicks and must-see features every Wednesday evening this summer
Head to South Street Seaport for a free family event series featuring live music, story-time with your favorite