Horse of Course! with NYC Parks Mounted Unit
Saturday, February 24, 2024
12:30 p.m.–2:00 p.m.
Explore the intersection of parks enforcement and urban wildlife at this joint program with the NYC Parks Mounted Unit and the Urban Park Rangers. Meet a real horse officer at the Horse of Course program and discover the vital role of horses in city parks enforcement. Learn about how we care for the horses, where they live, and what they eat. Urban Park Rangers share how to co-exist with other local wildlife. Bundle up and join us! All ages welcome!
Saturday, February 17th, 2024
A bilingual, one-woman show about the great Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, which combines storytelling, music, visual arts, puppets and audience participation.
Saturday, February 17th
Jumping Jams events with Evan V introduces children to diverse rhythms and features fun lyrics that both kids and parents can sing along with. Classes encourage movement and interactive stories to encourage kids to use their imagination! There will also be tambourines, shakers, dance ribbons, and more to help facilitate learning, interactive movement, and dancing!
Visit the National Museum of the American Indian and enjoy award-winning storyteller, educator, artist, and stomp dancer Amy Bluemel (Chickasaw Nation) performing in her traditional regalia while delighting visitors of all ages with stories in her Native language. She explains the meaning behind the regalia, in addition to teaching about Chickasaw and Southeastern tribal customs, stories, languages, histories, and cultures.
Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 10–11, 12–5 PM. Free, 1 Bowling Green.
Accomplished storyteller, singer, songwriter and author, Rose Red Elk, known as Red Feather Woman (Sioux/Assiniboine) captivates audiences of all ages with stories and songs of hope and spiritual survival. Through her performances, she teaches about the importance of Mother Earth and of reflecting on individual personal heritage. Her mission is to educate, entertain and enlighten.