By Meghan Gearino
You may already be slicing and dicing the avocado and tomatoes for Cinco de Mayo this Saturday (here’s a great recipe in case you need one!). In case your calendar reveals itself empty (we want your life), the way-more-fun-than-laundry list below will keep you and kids plenty busy.
Taikoza Live!, a percussion-based performance, lets families march to the beat of their own drum at the Manhattan Movement & Arts Center. But we bet you’ll love the bamboo flutes and costumes, too.
Propelled 20 feet in the air, the high-flying dance moves and acrobatics of the New Victory Theater’s 8cho Ariel Tango are sure to astound. Recommended for ages eight and up.
Madison Square Park’s latest interactive installation is the quirky work of Charles Long entitledPet Sounds. The funky and colorful railings let kids produce various vibrations and sounds.
To read the full list visit New York Family by clicking here.
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