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Watch for the Brooklyn Children’s Museum tent at community events this June and throughout the summer, and stop by for some family fun.

Kids can create hands-on crafts, see natural science specimens and cultural objects, and meet live animals from the museum’s collection.

Parents can sign up to win a museum membership and also get the latest information on the museum’s expansion.

June Calendar of Events

Brooklyn Children’s Museum On-The-Go at Fort Greene Park Conservancy — Sunshine Storytime, June 5, from 10-11 a.m. Grab a blanket or a lawn chair and head to Fort Greene Park for sunshine and favorite stories. A live animal from the museum will be there to help tell the tale. Meet at the Fort Greene Park Visitor Center. Weather permitting. All ages welcome.

Brooklyn Children’s Museum On-The-Go at Red Hook Waterfront Arts Festival, June 7 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Enjoy free kayak rides, screen films by young artists, and meet live animals at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum tent. Red Hook Arts Festival is at Louis J. Valentino Jr. Park & Pier at Coffey and Ferris streets. All ages welcome.

Brooklyn Children’s Museum On-The-Go at Children’s Day, June 14 from 12-5 p.m. Kids take Manhattan at this annual festival. Watch for special appearances by your favorite characters and visit the museum’s booth to make a mask. Children’s Day is at the South Street Seaport in lower Manhattan. All ages welcome.

For a list of On-The-Go events, visit www.brooklynkids.org/happening or call 718-735-4400 extension 320 about the expansion.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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