Colossal Candy Creations, Flying Unicorn Pigs and Marshmallow Tsunamis to Invade Midtown.
Candytopia, the immersive pop-up that brings a sugar-coated dreamworld candy factory to life, is thrilled to announce its national expansion and debut in New York City. Following its successful Los Angeles run in Santa Monica in early 2018, Candytopia will bring its imaginative confectionary wonderland to Midtown Manhattan later this summer for a limited engagement.
You can eat, drink and play at The Bowery 7 days a week!
You will feel like you are eating under the big top as you dine inside this casual and family friendly restaurant. The Bowery has put a twist on carnival eats that will leave your tummy satisfied and the inner kid in you wanting to try it all.
Goliath Games has brought the fun with Build or Boom!
Competitive Family Fun… who will build their structure first and knock the other person’s structure down to be the winner?
This is a game parents and kids will love to play. For once it is okay to knock someone else’s structure down because everyone will have a turn to destruct their opponents hard work. We are all competitive in my family so there is a lot of laugh out loud moments with this must have game.
Hair we go! Tickets are now on sale for Trolls The Experience, the coolest, most colorful, interactive experience in NYC!
Tickets are now on sale for DreamWorks Trolls The Experience, a newly imagined, 12,000-square-foot immersive adventure, which will be filled with vibrantly-interactive and shareable social media moments, in the heart of New York City. The one-of-a-kind, fantastical experience that brings to life the colorful and musical world of DreamWorks Trolls will open on Thursday, November 15, at 218 West 57th Street, located between Broadway and 7th Avenue.
Hours Monday through Sunday 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. (last entry time at 6:30 p.m.)
Our lives from birth are filled with those around us who influence us, love us, and help raise us. The people who inspire us can be any age and can hold a special place in our hearts.
I feel grandparents and great grandparents have very significant roles in children’s lives. It is a love that can be indescribable at times. Children look to their grandparents for not only love, but for wisdom and confidence to be themselves. I was very blessed to of known my grandparents but, I lost them at a young age. I have very fond memories of them and cherish those memories very much. I am sad that my girls have never met my grandparents because they would of loved them but, they are blessed to have two sets of amazing grandparents and two amazing sets of great grandparents on my husband’s side. Their grandparents and great grandparents cherish them and the feeling is very mutual. I see their excitement when I mention any of their names and it warms my heart. Everyone teases I take so many pictures and I do this so that our family can look back and enjoy the moments we have spent together.
The cast of Aladdin performed with delight and engaged with the audience throughout the show. I loved that there was no stage sets used. The scene was set through dialogue and minimal props. The personalities of all the characters shined throughout the story with lots of wit and humor. The kids in the audience seemed to really enjoy the show (I know my girls did) as I looked around and saw kids and adults smiling and laughing out loud throughout the theatre. It was a wonderful way to spend the afternoon.