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Leaves, leaves all around. Pick them up and trace them down!
Explore antique jewelry from the Gilded Age and create your own bedazzled piece to take home— or swap with a new friend!
Warm up to the chilly weather with finger knitting.
After exploring the exhibition Chris “Daze” Ellis: The City is My Muse, experiment with some of the artist's techniques to design your own holiday cards.
Visit Saving Place: Fifty Years of New York City Landmarks to learn about some of New York’s famous buildings. Afterwards, create an ornament inspired by what you saw.
Join us for a singalong featuring seasonal folk songs after decorating sleigh bells to help you keep the beat!
Enjoy a cup of cocoa as you listen to Maeve Montalvo, an illustrative storyteller, share winter tales from around the world.
Explore the 3D housing models in Affordable New York: A Housing Legacy, then design your own using gingerbread!
Social reformer Jacob Riis inspired others to send flowers to children living in tenement housing. Visit our Riis exhibition to see photos of these children with their flowers, then make a paper poinsettia bouquet.
Join us for festive watercolor painting.
Capture this holiday spirit by making your very own city snow globe.
Create your own 2016 journal as a special place to record the memories you’ll make and your own visions for change!