Sunday, March 20
Build, explore and create with tinkering activities at this free workshop.
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Sunday, March 13
Build, explore and create in this free workshop.
Sunday, March 6
Saturday, March 5
Learn about art of molding and casting while you make exact replicas of your most important digit, your thumb.
Saturday, March 12
Saturday, March 19
Learn to sew a colorful fleece neck warmer that will keep you cozy and warm.
Learn about summer camps, vacation destinations, local classes and schools, innovative products and retail stores in this one-day event organized by the Mamas Network.
A two-day parenting extravaganza where parents will find new local resources, information and samples, while kids can explore fun, hands-on activities.
Sunday, February 28
Free tinkering activities that will encourage families to build, explore and create together.
Sunday, February 14
Celebrate Pi Day with NYSCI Explainers and a series of math-focused activities in our Mathematica: A World of Numbers exhibition.
Join us for some fun with neuroscientists who’ll teach participants about the inner workings of our brain and our senses with hands-on activities and projects.
View screenings from the Queens World Film Festival collection and try out some hands-on animation activities.
February 13 & 20
Learn how to hand sew while making a custom stuffed animal to keep you warm during these cold winter months.
February 6, 13 & 20
Is it a liquid or a solid? Mix and squish household ingredients with micro beads to make a special polymer called Floam.
Design and make your own bubble-blowing tools from everyday objects and recycled materials. Test your new bubble tool to blow bubbles of different sizes.
Discover the chemistry reaction between acids and bases through a hands-on science exploration. Make a batch of dirt dough and watch how it turns into fizzy mud.