Brooklyn Children’s Museum On-The-Go takes a walk on the wild side in August.
Three puppet pigs entertain in Teatro Sea’s bilingual performance of “The Three Little Pigs/Los Tres Cerditos” on August 1, “Build a Brooklyn Bug” from recycled materials August 19; and meet a variety of live animals from the museum — including friendly snakes — at On-The-Go outreach events throughout the month.
August Calendar of Events
Brooklyn Children’s Museum On-The-Go at CityParks Kids Brower Park Summer Performance Series: Teatro Sea’s “The Three Little Pigs/Los Tres Cerditos,” August 1 from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Brower Park, between Brooklyn and Kingston avenues: Teatro Sea puts a unique spin on “The Three Little Pigs/Los Tres Cerditos” in this bilingual performance, including a vegetarian Big Bad Wolf. Meet live animals at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum station. Part of the CityParks Kids summer series. All ages.
Brooklyn Children’s Museum On-The-Go at Gerritsen Beach Family Fun Day, August 3 from 12-5 p.m. at Seba Avenue Park, 95 Seba Avenue near Gerritsen Avenue: Brooklyn Children’s Museum joins Gerritsen Beach Cares for a day of free family fun. Compete in wacky games, sample local treats, and take in a vintage car show. All ages.
Brooklyn Children’s Museum On-The-Go at CityParks Kids Brower Park Summer Performance Series: All-Ages Vaudeville Show, August 8 from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Brower Park, between Brooklyn and Kingston avenues: Don’t miss the final free performance in Brower Park, featuring the wacky antics of The Jeskes, Clowns Extraordinaire. Hands-on activities at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum table are sure to keep that smile on your face. Part of the CityParks Kids summer series. All ages.
Brooklyn Children’s Museum On-The-Go at the Hancock Street Block Party, August 16 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Hancock Street between Marcy and Nostrand avenues: On-The-Go joins the Hancock Block Association in celebrating the final days of summer. This street fair will include great eats, raffle prizes, face painting, and games for adults and children. On-The-Go will bring creative crafts for kids to make and live animals from the museum. All ages.
For more, log on to www.brooklynkids.org.
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