Free Family Art Days
Our Next Free Family Art Day is...
A Subway Adventure!
Ulmer Park Library
2602 Bath Avenue at, 26th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11214
Wednesday, May 31
3:30 - 4:45pm
Who? Children ages 2-7 years old and their families
Stand Clear of the Closing Doors, Please is one-of-a-kind storytelling performance follows a lost toy, Catbear, as they travel through the tunnels of New York City on six different subway lines, looking for their owner. Each train has its own story, and Catbear experiences all the sights and sounds of New York City before landing home again. Interactive and intimate, this show is ideal for children ages 2-5.
COVID-19 UPDATE: We are back doing in person Free Family Art Day programming. However, our hands-on arts and crafts portion will be limited to prevent excessive contact that can end in spreading COVID-19. We will be doing as much programming outside as the Library hosts will allow.
Free Family Art Days are opportunities for families to play, imagine, and explore through a variety of different art forms. Each month our storytellers present crafts, songs, stories, and creative play around a theme. These events are free for the public and presented in partnership with local businesses, libraries, and community centers.
No need to RSVP, just drop in!
These Free Family Art Day venues are fully accessible. Please contact Susanna Brock, Family Engagement Manager, with any questions regarding access or accommodations.
For more pictures from previous events, check out our Facebook and Instagram.
If you have any questions or are interested in hosting a Free Family Art Day, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.