Chancellor's Day: Immigration and the City
Immerse yourself in the Museum's exhibitions to learn how immigrant communities have shaped New York City while exploring the challenges facing future immigration policies.
This Chancellor's Day workshop includes a guided tour of New York at Its Core, the groundbreaking exhibition that captures the human energy that drove New York to become a city like no other.
Then, dive into a primary source workshop to learn about immigration policies over the centuries. Hear how immigrant communities have mobilized for recognition and to demand services and discuss current immigration trends in the city.
Venue: Museum of the City of New York
1220 Fifth Ave. Map
Block Lab at Brooklyn Children Museum
Wed | 10AM - 4PM
BCM's Block Lab invites visitors to develop spatial reasoning, engineering, and language skills with our Imagination Playground block set. Experience the fun in our play space where big blue blocks bu...
Transit Tots – Animals All Around at New York Transit Museum
Thu | 10:15 am - 11:15 am
After reading Gus the Dinosaur Bus, we'll create our own dinosaur-inspired bus, thinking about the biggest vehicles and animals on earth. Ages 2-5 and adult companions....
Free Summer Meals at Brooklyn Public Library - Highlawn Branch
Thu | 1:15 pm – 2PM
Please join us in having lunch at the library, that are free every Monday- Friday. We hope your child will take advantage of this wonderful opportunity and come enjoy a healthy meal with us. For child...