Looking for a fun place to go that children of all ages will love?
Head to the Long Island Children’s Museum in Garden City.
The Museum is two levels filled with things to do, explore and enjoy.
Have fun with your family as you experience, “14 interactive exhibits plus live theater, art spaces and daily activities to provide hours of discovery for children of all ages.”
A hidden gem on Long Island that is simply magical!
Kids young and old will enjoy their experience at this one of a kind puppet theater.
Entertaining, Engaging and Exciting!
From the time you pull up to the tent-like building the kids are excited to go in. But, as you open the doors the enchantment begins for all who enter. The room is filled with decorations as you look up you will see beautiful decor hanging from the ceiling then look to the left and look to the right and you will see more and more artistry that fills the space with so much charm. You can not help but be eager to see what will happen next as you wait for the show to begin.
There are some adorable faces waiting to meet you at the Animal Farm Petting Zoo in Manorville.
Now open daily (weather permitting) from 10am to 5pm.
There is so much to do that you can spend the entire day enjoying all the petting zoo has to offer.
The Gateway is thrilled to announce its 2017 Season!
The Gateway’s new season features five dazzling Broadway hits: RENT, Swing!, On the Town, Mamma Mia!, and Little Shop of Horrors.
In addition to Main Stage shows, The Gateway is excited to bring to our area Cirque Éloize iD, – a high-energy blend of circus arts and urban dance. The Gateway presents this extravaganza at Patchogue Theatre from August 9th through August 13th.
Play MINECRAFT in a Movie Theatre near you!
Long Islanders have the opportunity to play at two locations nearby holding these Super League Gaming events: Farmingdale and Whitestone.
In the post below you will find a promotion code to buy tickets and a GIVEAWAY opportunity…
A simple and classic game for all ages is ring toss.
Make it a Halloween Theme by making witch hats out of dollar store cones and making rings out of paper plates.