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Martin Luther King Day weekend fun for families

Schools will be closed on Monday, January 15 in celebration of Martin Luther King Day. Find day camps here. For those looking for kids activities, we have you covered with magic shows and MLK Day kids activities.

Winter Hocus Pocus & Play at City Point

Saturday, January 13 | 11 am to 3 pm | $0-$20

Join us for igloo and snowmen crafts, play at our epic Lego table, and experience an exciting winter magic show featuring the European magician Nico and his bag of unbelievable tricks. Entry to the Winter Hub for play, crafts and games is free. Entry to the magic show at 11.30 am and 1.30 pm is $20 per person. Nico’s exciting magic show is packed with humor, hocus pocus, and amazing tricks that will captivate kids and adults. The magic shows will take 60 minutes and are best suited for ages 3 – 99 years old. Each child 1 yr. and up and every adult needs a ticket. Space is limited! RSVP here.

Celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at Brooklyn Children’s Museum

Sunday, January 14 & Monday, January 15 | 10am-5pm | FREE with museum admission

Join BCM to celebrate the life and legacy of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. through interactive performances, protest marches, community art programs, and volunteer projects! Each day of the festival features shadow puppet performances produced by Nehprii Amenii, music and protest marching with Brooklyn-based musician Fyütch, community art-making projects, and more.

BAMkids Celebrates MLK Day

Monday, January 15 | 11:30am, 1:30pm & 3pm | FREE, registration required | FREE

This family-friendly program immerses young people in art forms that express the importance of acts of service both large and small. Carry on Dr. King’s legacy of community impact through collaborative banner-making, coloring, spoken word, and song.

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