From Venues To Photographers, Here Are 70+ Top Picks For Making Your Child’s Mitzvah Celebration A Day To Remember.
A bar or bat mitzvah is a special time in your child’s life, as it marks his or her journey into adulthood. To help you plan this milestone celebration, we’ve put together a guide to the best venues in and near NYC—regardless of what aesthetic you’re going for, from sporty to glam, we’ve got you covered.
Get the scoop on all the fun happenings slated for Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day this year on August 26.
Tennis fans, the wait is almost over. The summer’s biggest family tennis event is almost here! On Saturday, August 26—just a couple of weeks away—young tennis fans get to take over the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center for the annual Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day. So grab the clan and head over to Flushing Meadows for an entire day of non-stop fun that includes interactive games, family activities, chart-topping musical performers, and big name tennis players—all to pay homage to tennis legend and humanitarian Arthur Asheand to help raise money for the National Junior Tennis & Learning Network (NJTL).
With a fantastic lineup of former and current tennis players, skill activities, and live entertainment, the whole family will love this two-day tennis festival.
For tennis lovers around the world, August means only one thing: the US Open. Tennis’ final and last Grand Slam of the year and the highest-attended sporting event in the world.
Gabby Douglas joined forces with Post-it Brand to motivate students to set their goals for the upcoming school year.
“Believe in yourself. You can achieve anything you set your mind to.”
That’s the inspiring message Olympic Gold Medalist Gabrielle (Gabby) Douglas imparted to a room full of students eager to make their own impact on the world. The event was held at Publicolor where Douglas teamed up with Post-it Brand to inspire young people to achieve their dreams by setting goals—and crushing them—like she did.
Taste of Cornell
Welcome to NYC Cornellians’ inaugural Taste of Cornell! We are thrilled to have you join us for an evening of food, fun, and friends. With a fantastic lineup of critically acclaimed restaurants, beverage purveyors, and esteemed bakers, this evening will expand your palette while nourishing your soul. And what’s special: All the companies are owned or operated by Cornellians.
Where music, conversation, collaboration, and friendship converge for a musical good time!
Come for the music and to have a good time, and leave with a lifelong friend. That’s the experience Hootenanny creates at each of its performances.
“Oh Boy!” is a moving tale about a young, gay man and his unplanned family.
Over the years, the word “family” has transformed into an expansive concept: A good number of today’s families do not resemble the quintessential nuclear family that dominated the landscape years ago. In its place is a modern family tree that is a little more complex with its own unique issues, as evident in one of the latest shows to hit the Broadway stage.
Add a twinkle to your child’s eye by visiting these festive window displays.
Now that Thanksgiving has come and gone, and the famous Rockefeller Center Christmas tree is lit, the magic and wonder of the holiday season is in full swing in NYC. But nothing captures the spirit of this joyous time like the longstanding tradition of iconic retailers transforming their window displays into elaborate works of art!
Families can immerse themselves in Cuba’s complex history, vibrant culture, and remarkable biodiversity without leaving NYC.
Most people know Cuba as a Caribbean island famous for its cigars, music, and old cars. But Cuba is more than just its legendary tobacco products, rhythmic music, and vintage American automobiles. It’s a country with a rich culture and a unique natural history, which is currently the focus of a groundbreaking exhibition at the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH).
The New York Public Library opens its famous site again.