Come pamper yourself on February 15th and 16th, 2014 in Harlem on Frederick Douglass Boulevard between 117th and 118th Street for the “Harlem Food Truck Rally”. Starting at 11:00 am to 5:00 pm both Saturday and Sunday. See below for information on all the various food trucks, some of the best in the city along with arts and crafts activities for kids.
See you there!
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As you may have noticed Chloe the Yogi is the newest thing for the cool kids. With Holidays and Birthdays right around the corner take advantage of this limited offer for only $0.99 you can buy “Chloe the Yogi Goes to the Amusement Park” by Adventures in Yogaland, Inc. Why pay $2.99 (regular price) when you can buy it for $0.99! Take advantage of this limited offer for the first edition of this five book series of electronic yoga adventure books that mirror the experience of a children’s yoga class.
Get Chloe the Yogi Goes to the Amusement Park on the App Store. See screenshots and ratings, and read customer reviews.
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*This interactive book is a great way to get kids active with yoga and healthy habits while having fun at the same time.
“Chloe the Yogi: The Amusement Park is the first edition of a five book series of electronic yoga adventure books that mirror the experience of a children’s yoga class. The story featuring Chloe the Yogi is an engaging vehicle for learning yoga poses and reinforcing the emotional support that children get through stretching, breathing, and role playing. Designed for the iPad, the Chloe the Yogi E-Book series was created as an answer to parents’ desire to see and experience what their children are learning in the increasingly popular yoga classes offered for children. It is the first book designed specifically to be enjoyed through electronic devices where both the child and the parent can benefit from seeing the movement in and out of the pose. The Chloe the Yogi E-book series is tailored toward children ages 3-7 and their parents.”
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Maker Faire is an event created by Make Magazine to “celebrate arts, crafts, engineering, science projects and the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) mindset.”
The best way to describe it is to see it – see video below.
Great For Kids!!!
New York Hall of Science
47-01 111th Street
Queens, NY 11368-2950
Located in Flushing Meadows Corona Park.
Saturday, September 17th – 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Sunday, September 18th – 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
RETAIL TICKET OUTLETS
GROUP DISCOUNTED TICKETS
PARKING & DIRECTIONS
Many words come to mind when I think of Harlem. One is always diversity.
One of the most formative teachings I encountered in this regard growing up was “Free To Be You And Me”.
For those of you who are not familiar with it, it is timeless – and as important today as it was then.
There are thousands upon thousands of children’s albums out there, but the one that quietly left its mark with more ’70s children than perhaps any other album was this disc. Free to Be…You and Me was a pet project of proud feminist Marlo Thomas (a.k.a. “That Girl”), and it was born–according to the liner notes–by the desire to provide her niece with music “to celebrate who she was and who she could be.” Harry Belafonte sings “Parents Are People,” ex-football great Rosie Grier offers an incredible, touching melody titled “It’s All Right to Cry,” and Diana Ross waxes future-positive on “When We Grow Up.” A great hour of brain food for young–and not-so-young–children. –Denise Sheppard on Amazon.com
Please take a moment to learn / hear more here.