Great (and Free!) Family Programs for Downtown Babies

If you’re in the New York area and have young children, you’ll definitely want to check out these upcoming free events at the Museum of Jewish Heritage that are part of their New Families, New Traditions series. They’re especially geared towards families with children under 3, and feature puppets, music and storytelling galore!

All events are at the museum at 36 Battery Place New York, NY 10004. For more information, email or call 646.437.4202. Reservations are not needed.

Sunday, September 23, 10:30 A.M.

Days of Awe-Some New Year Celebration

Join Jacob Stein and The Bakery Band Puppet Players to welcome 5773 with songs and stories.

Jacob Stein
is the musical director of the Jewish Community Project in Lower Manhattan, and his Bim Bom Musicfest Class is now in its seventh year.

Sunday, November 11, 10:30 A.M.

Seriously Silly Sing-Along, co-sponsored by Kveller

Get ready to sing along, clap your hands, and have a rollicking good time with Yellow Sneaker and their puppet posse.

Yellow Sneaker features the popular Brooklyn-based performers Ora and Yoshie Fruchter.

Sunday, December 2, 10:30 A.M.

Hershel’s Hairy Hanukkah

Join Play Me A Story to usher in the Festival of Lights with a fun-filled musical adventure featuring Hershel and his not-so-scary goblin friends.

Play Me a Story is the creation of Israeli-born duo Maya Blank and Uri Sharlin.

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