American Museum of Natural History Presents: Milstein Science Series: Ocean Babies
Seahorses pop from their fathers' pouches, emperor penguins carry eggs on their feet, catfish guard their young in their mouth, and killer whales stay with their pods for life. For many animals, the relationship between parent and child is one of the most vital and important factors for survival. Learn all about the youngest animals that live beneath the sea and the parenting strategies used to keep them safe. Interact with scientists, discover amazing critters, and celebrate science under the iconic blue whale.
Venue: American Museum of Natural History
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Historic Trolley Tours at Green-Wood Cemetery
Wed | 1PM - 3PM
Experience the most magnificent and historic 478 acres in New York City. Join our expert tour guides to hear fascinating stories of Green-Wood's permanent residents, see breathtaking views of Manhatta...
Family History Today: Personal Archiving 101 - Preserving your Digital Memories at Center for Jewish History
VHS? Floppy disks? Vacation photographs? Everyone has digital materials that hold personal meaning and tell stories about their lives. Join archivist Maggie Schreiner for a personal digital archiving ...
ToddlerTime at Brooklyn Public Library - Homecrest Branch
Thu | 11AM – 12PM
Come and enjoy books, songs and toytime. For ages 18 momths - 3 years old. Earn free books with the Reading Is Fundamental program (RIF)....