The Discovery Room offers families, and especially children ages 5-12, an interactive gateway to the wonders of the Museum and a hands-on, behind-the-scenes look at its science. Children, accompanied by adults, can explore an array of artifacts and specimens, puzzles, and scientific challenges. Discovery Room Highlights: Hunt for animals in a majestic two-story replica of an African baobab tree filled with specimens of birds, insects, reptiles, and small mammals. Create your own collection of minerals, skulls, or arthropods from a cabinet full of fascinating specimens. Gather around an authentic Kwakiutl totem pole carved at the Museum in 1992. Assemble a life-sized cast skeleton of Prestosuchus, a 14-foot long reptile from the late Triassic Period and handle real fossils. Track real-time earthquakes anywhere in the world on a three-drum seismograph and explore the natural world with sophisticated microscopes.
Venue: American Museum of No History
Central Park West & 79th St, Map
Teen Tech Time at Clarendon Branch Library
Thu | 3PM – 5PM
Do you want to explore new and old games? No time to make new friends? Join our Teen Tech Time program were you can play various games in a friendly competitive environment....
John Kelly at Ronald S Lauder Neue Galerie
Thu | 7PM – 10PM
Lauded performance artist and vocalist, Kelly performs a cabaret concert of music by Bertolt Brecht, Hanns Eisler, Kurt Weill and others. No stranger to the Weimar repertoire and aesthetic, he writes ...
Andrea Arroyo “EmPOWER! Images for Social Justice” Exhibition at El Taller Latino Americano
Through Nov 22 Wed
Andrea Arroyo “EmPOWER! Images for Social Justice” Opening Reception. FREE, no tickets needed. The Grady Alexis Gallery at El Taller Latino Americano is pleased to present “EmPOWER! Images For Socia...