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During Kids Week, children of all ages and interests will learn about STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts & math) through fun-filled activities, NASA displays & exhibits, live animal shows, hands-on workshops, performances, special guests and interactive demonstrations designed to educate and inspire.

 

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ACCESSIBILITY

  • The Intrepid Museum welcomes all visitors, including those with disabilities, their peers and families. For more information about resources available during your visit, please visit intrepidmuseum.org/access.
     
  • American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation will be provided on February 19, 23 and 25. Visitor who are deaf or hard of hearing can register for free tickets on those dates. Register here for ASL tickets.

    Audio description and touch experiences will be provided for visitors who are blind or have low vision on February 22. Visit this Google form for more information and to register for free tickets.

    To learn more about Kids Week accessibility, please email access@intrepidmuseum.org or call 646-381-5158.

 

Daily Schedule


*Schedule is subject to change

 

Saturday
February 18
Sunday
February 19
Monday
February 20
Tuesday
February 21
Wednesday
February 22
Thursday
February 23
Friday
February 24
Saturday
February 25

Saturday FEB 19 10:00am-5:00pm
NASA Displays and Exhibits
NASA scientists and engineers will be on-site with exhibits and demonstrations, including hands-on activities for kids of all ages!
Partners Include:
NASA Marshall Space Flight Center: Planetary Missions

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center: The Moon Habitat Systems Development Branch.

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center: The Technology Demonstration Missions.

NASA Goddard Space Flight Center- NASA’s Space Communications and Navigation (SCaN) program supports space flight missions with communications and navigation services through the Near Space Network and Deep Space Network.

NASA Goddard Space Flight Center: James Webb Space Telescope. Launched in December 2021, Webb has been serving astronomers worldwide since July 2022. Webb is studying every phase in the history of our Universe, ranging from the first luminous glows after the Big Bang, to the formation of solar systems capable of supporting life on planets like Earth, to the evolution of our own Solar System.

NASA Artemis Team: NASA plans to land the first woman and the next man on the surface of the Moon with NASA’s Artemis missions. They will take what they learn on and around the Moon to take the next giant leap – sending astronauts to Mars.

The 501st Legion's Empire City Garrison will be kicking off Kids Week. They are an all-volunteer worldwide charity and costuming organization providing characters from a galaxy far far away!

Amateur Astronomers Association: Observers will be on hand with their high-powered telescopes.

Blue Man Group: Interactive arts & crafts.

Club for the Future: Founded by Blue Origin in 2019, Club for the Future is a foundation whose mission is to inspire future generations to pursue careers in STEM and to help invent the future of life in space. Club for the Future will be offering a Postcards to Space table which will allow anyone to create a postcard, send it to space onboard Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket, and receive it back as a space-flown-keepsake.

Future Change Makers Academy: How to vacuum form your own Intrepid: kids will learn how vacuum forming works by creating their own “Intrepid” souvenir mold as a nested tray and filling it with a DIY sugar scrub.



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Saturday FEB 19 10:00am-4:30pm
Intrepid Museum Education Maker Zone
Design a Space Suit- Use a variety of materials to design your own space suit for the next generation of astronauts.
 


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Saturday FEB 19 Noon
Intrepid Museum Education Demonstration  
Poof! Life in a Vacuum: Discover the importance of the Earth's atmosphere and why astronauts need to wear spacesuits. Using a bell jar and vacuum pump, Museum educators will mimic the vacuum of space and its effect on objects.

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NASA Presentation
Hear from scientists and engineers from different NASA divisions, as they talk about the missions they are currently working on.

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Monday FEB 21 2:00pm
NASA Presentation
An in-depth talk about the engineering and science behind NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope from Mike Menzel , NASA Mission Systems Engineer for the James Webb Space Telescope at the Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland.
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FEB 22 3:00pm 
NASA Presentation
Hear from scientists and engineers from different NASA divisions, as they talk about the missions they are currently working on.
 

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American Sign Language will be availableAmerican Sign Language 17 FEB 10:00am-5:00pm
NASA Displays and Exhibits
NASA scientists and engineers will be on-site with exhibits and demonstrations, including hands-on activities for kids of all ages!  
Partners Include:
NASA Marshall Space Flight Center: Planetary Missions 

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center: The Moon Habitat Systems Development Branch.
 
NASA Marshall Space Flight Center: The Technology Demonstration Missions.
 
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center- NASA’s Space Communications and Navigation (SCaN) program supports space flight missions with communications and navigation services through the Near Space Network and Deep Space Network. 

NASA Goddard Space Flight Center: James Webb Space Telescope. Launched in December 2021, Webb has been serving astronomers worldwide since July 2022. Webb is studying every phase in the history of our Universe, ranging from the first luminous glows after the Big Bang, to the formation of solar systems capable of supporting life on planets like Earth, to the evolution of our own Solar System. 

NASA Artemis Team: NASA plans to land the first woman and the next man on the surface of the Moon with NASA’s Artemis missions. They will take what they learn on and around the Moon to take the next giant leap – sending astronauts to Mars

The 501st Legion's Empire City Garrison will be kicking off Kids Week. They are an all-volunteer worldwide charity and costuming organization providing characters from a galaxy far far away! 

Amateur Astronomers Association: Observers will be on hand with their high powered telescopes.

Blue Man Group: Interactive arts & crafts.

Club for the Future: Founded by Blue Origin in 2019, Club for the Future is a foundation whose mission is to inspire future generations to pursue careers in STEM and to help invent the future of life in space. Club for the Future will be offering a Postcards to Space table which will allow anyone to create a postcard, send it to space onboard Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket, and receive it back as a space-flown-keepsake.

Future Change Makers Academy: How to vacuum form your own Intrepid: kids will learn how vacuum forming works by creating their own “Intrepid” souvenir mold as a nested tray and filling it with a DIY sugar scrub.

American Dream: an unparalleled mix of world-class entertainment, retail, and dining in New Jersey will be present for a Nickelodeon slime making activity as well as a meet-and-greet with a beloved character!


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17 FEB 10:00am-4:30pm
Intrepid Museum Education Maker Zone
Design a Space Capsule- Get creative and build a space capsule to transport astronauts on their next space mission!
 

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17 FEB Noon
Intrepid Museum Education Demonstration
Blastoff! Launching Space Shuttles: Launching a space shuttle takes some science, engineering, and a whole lot of rocket fuel. Explore how space shuttles got into space and, more importantly, how they got astronauts home safely, during this interactive demonstration!  
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17 FEB 1:00pm
Presentation by NASA Astronaut: Jessica Watkins
 Learn about life in space from NASA Astronaut Jessica Watkins. Recommended for all ages  
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17 FEB 2:00pm
NASA Presentation
Hear from scientists and engineers from different NASA divisions, as they talk about the missions they are currently working on.
 

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17 FEB 3:00pm
Presentation: Astronaut Talk
NASA Astronaut Jessica Watkins in conversation with former Astronaut Mike Massimino. (This will be live streamed as part of the Intrepid Museum’s Astro Live program)
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12 MAR 10:00am-5:00pm
NASA Displays and Exhibits
NASA scientists and engineers will be on-site with exhibits and demonstrations, including hands-on activities for kids of all ages!  
Partners Include:
NASA Marshall Space Flight Center: Planetary Missions.

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center: The Moon Habitat Systems Development Branch.

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center: The Technology Demonstration Missions.

NASA Goddard Space Flight Center- NASA’s Space Communications and Navigation (SCaN) program supports space flight missions with communications and navigation services through the Near Space Network and Deep Space Network.

NASA Goddard Space Flight Center: James Webb Space Telescope. Launched in December 2021, Webb has been serving astronomers worldwide since July 2022. Webb is studying every phase in the history of our Universe, ranging from the first luminous glows after the Big Bang, to the formation of solar systems capable of supporting life on planets like Earth, to the evolution of our own Solar System.

NASA Artemis Team: NASA plans to land the first woman and the next man on the surface of the Moon with NASA’s Artemis missions. They will take what they learn on and around the Moon to take the next giant leap – sending astronauts to Mars.

Meet the Author: Former space shuttle escape equipment crew chief/suit tech and modern day hidden figure Sharon McDougle tells you all about the orange spacesuit in her adorable children's book, Suit Up for Launch with Shay!

Blue Man Group: Interactive arts & crafts.

Naval Submarine League and Submarine Force Library & Museum: visitors will engage in submarine-related hands-on activities using concepts of: buoyancy, density, force and motion, and propulsion. 

Club for the Future: Founded by Blue Origin in 2019, Club for the Future is a foundation whose mission is to inspire future generations to pursue careers in STEM and to help invent the future of life in space. Club for the Future will be offering a Postcards to Space table which will allow anyone to create a postcard, send it to space onboard Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket, and receive it back as a space-flown-keepsake.

American Dream: an unparalleled mix of world-class entertainment, retail, and dining in New Jersey will be present for a Nickelodeon slime making activity as well as a meet-and-greet with a beloved character!


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19 MAR 10:00am-4:30pm
Intrepid Museum Education Maker Zone
Design a Cube Satellite (CubeSAT)- Create a Cube Satellite covered in an artistic message that you would like to send to space.
 

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12 MAR Noon
Intrepid Museum Education Demonstration
Poof! Life in a Vacuum: Discover the importance of the Earth's atmosphere and why astronauts need to wear spacesuits. Using a bell jar and vacuum pump, Museum educators will mimic the vacuum of space and its effect on objects.  
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12 MAR 1:00pm
NASA Presentation
Hear from scientists and engineers from different NASA divisions, as they talk about the missions they are currently working on.
 

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12 MAR 2:00pm
NASA Presentation
Hear from scientists and engineers from different NASA divisions, as they talk about the missions they are currently working on.
 

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12 MAR 3:00pm
NASA Presentation
Hear from scientists and engineers from different NASA divisions, as they talk about the missions they are currently working on.
 

 

29 APR 10:00am-5:00pm
Displays and Activities 

Partners Include:
Zack and Zoey Adventures
Zack and Zoey Adventures shares the wonders of space & STEM engagement with everyone through books, magazines and social media. Kids will have the opportunity to enter a space story contest by creating their own 'Moon Base' story. Get details at our table.

Meet the Authors: Come meet authors Debbie Loren Dunn and Tami Lewis Brown who will talk about their new children’s books PERKIN’S PERFECT PURPLE: How a Boy Created Color with Chemistry and INSTRUCTIONS NOT INCLUDED: How a Team of Women Coded the Future

Meet the Author: Former space shuttle escape equipment crew chief/suit tech and modern day hidden figure Sharon McDougle tells you all about the orange spacesuit in her adorable children's book Suit Up for Launch with Shay!

Ballet Hispánico School of Dance: Staff members will lead children in an interactive crafting project to explore the rhythms of Latinx culture across a variety of different countries. Age range 3-8 years old.

Naval Submarine League and Submarine Force Library & Museum: visitors will engage in submarine-related hands-on activities using concepts of: buoyancy, density, force and motion, and propulsion.

Blue Man Group: Interactive arts & crafts.
 
Gazillion Bubble Show: Celebrating 15 years in NYC, Gazillion Bubble Show is the unpoppable international hit for the whole family! Bubble lovers of all ages are delighted with an incredibubble experience, awashed with a bubble tide, and perhaps even find themselves inside a bubble. 

DogMan the Musical: A Hilarious Heartfelt Family Adventure Based On The Worldwide Bestselling Series. Best buds George and Harold have been creating comics for years, but now that they’re in 5th grade, they figure it's time to level up and write a musical based on their favorite character, Dog Man, the crime-biting sensation who is part dog, part man, and ALL HERO!!

The Climate Museum: The Climate Museum invites kids of all ages to speak up for planet Earth through two art projects that get them drawing and talking about the living things that they love and want to protect from climate change.

LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester: Check out bricktastic Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum-inspired LEGO®️ models and participate in our creative LEGO mosaic building activity during Kids Week!

The Learning Experience- Hells Kitchen: hands-on activities that promote learning and fun


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29 APR 10:00am-4:30pm
Intrepid Museum Education Maker Zone
Make Your Own Crew Patch-Create your own crew patch that can tell others about who you are and what you like to do.
 

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29 APR Noon
Intrepid Museum Education Demonstration Star Stories
For millennia, people have gazed at the stars and told stories about the pictures they see there. Hear a few myths from around the world that explain the patterns we see in the night sky.
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29 APR 12:30pm & 1:30pm 
Blue Man Group  
Comedy, theater and rock concert all rolled into one, Blue Man Group will give a thrilling performance.
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29 APR 1:00pm
Gazillion Bubble Show
Bubble Extravaganza Performance   
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29 APR 2:00pm
DogMan the Musical
DOG MAN THE MUSICAL Performance: A Hilarious Heartfelt Family Adventure Based On The Worldwide Bestselling Series. Best buds George and Harold have been creating comics for years, but now that they’re in 5th grade, they figure it's time to level up and write a musical based on their favorite character, Dog Man, the crime-biting sensation who is part dog, part man, and ALL HERO!!
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29 APR 3:00pm
Gazillion Bubble Show
Bubble Extravaganza Performance  
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Audio description of stage presentations will be available for individuals who are blind or have low vision. Additional verbal description and touch experiences will also be available.American Sign Language
29 APR 10:00am-5:00pm
Displays and Activities
Partners Include:
Zack and Zoey Adventures: Zack and Zoey Adventures shares the wonders of space & STEM engagement with everyone through books, magazines and social media. Kids will have the opportunity to enter a space story contest by creating their own 'Moon Base' story. Get details at our table.

Meet the Authors: Come meet authors Debbie Loren Dunn and Tami Lewis Brown who will talk about their new children’s books PERKIN’S PERFECT PURPLE: How a Boy Created Color with Chemistry and INSTRUCTIONS NOT INCLUDED: How a Team of Women Coded the Future 

Ballet Hispánico School of Dance: Staff members will lead children in an interactive crafting project to explore the rhythms of Latinx culture across a variety of different countries. Age range 3-8 years old.

Naval Submarine League and Submarine Force Library & Museum: visitors will engage in submarine-related hands-on activities using concepts of: buoyancy, density, force and motion, and propulsion.

Blue Man Group: Interactive arts & crafts.
 
Gazillion Bubble Show: Celebrating 15 years in NYC, Gazillion Bubble Show is the unpoppable international hit for the whole family! Bubble lovers of all ages are delighted with an incredibubble experience, awashed with a bubble tide, and perhaps even find themselves inside a bubble. 

DogMan the Musical: A Hilarious Heartfelt Family Adventure Based On The Worldwide Bestselling Series. Best buds George and Harold have been creating comics for years, but now that they’re in 5th grade, they figure it's time to level up and write a musical based on their favorite character, Dog Man, the crime-biting sensation who is part dog, part man, and ALL HERO!!

The Climate Museum: The Climate Museum invites kids of all ages to speak up for planet Earth through two art projects that get them drawing and talking about the living things that they love and want to protect from climate change.

Rockefeller Productions' The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show: Explore the wonder of Eric Carle's iconic, colorful character through themed arts and craft activities.

LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester: Check out bricktastic Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum-inspired LEGO®️ models and participate in our creative LEGO mosaic building activity during Kids Week!

The Learning Experience- Hells Kitchen: hands-on activities that promote learning and fun

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22 MAY 10:00am-4:30pm
Intrepid Museum Education Maker Zone
Design a Constellation- Create a star scape where you can make your own constellation story among the stars!

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22 MAY Noon
Intrepid Museum Performance
Betty Skelton: For All Womankind: In 1959, champion aviator Betty Skelton became the first woman to undergo the physical and psychological tests of NASA’s Mercury 7 astronauts, opening the door to future opportunities for women. In this first-person, live performance, learn about Skelton’s ground-breaking experience and discover her long-lasting impact on the inclusion of women in the American space program.  
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22 MAY 1:00pm
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show: Storytime Presentation
Rockefeller Production's The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show has been dazzling audiences around the globe for nearly a decade, faithfully bringing to the stage Eric Carle's timeless classics. In the story of the Hungry Caterpillar, a very hungry newborn caterpillar eats his way through the week through fruits and delicious treats until he gets a stomach ache. He eats a green leaf to soothe his stomach and spins a chrysalis for himself. After two weeks, he emerges from his cocoon as a beautiful butterfly.  
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24 MAY 2:00pm
Ballet Hispánico School of Performance
features excerpts of the Ballet Hispánico repertoire. Music, cultural connections, choreography insights, and history come together to deepen the audience’s experience of dance. Recommended for ages 6 +  
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27 MAY 3:00pm
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show: Storytime Presentation
Rockefeller Production's The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show has been dazzling audiences around the globe for nearly a decade, faithfully bringing to the stage Eric Carle's timeless classics. In the story of the Hungry Caterpillar, a very hungry newborn caterpillar eats his way through the week through fruits and delicious treats until he gets a stomach ache. He eats a green leaf to soothe his stomach and spins a chrysalis for himself. After two weeks, he emerges from his cocoon as a beautiful butterfly.  
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American Sign Language will be availableAmerican Sign Language 29 APR 10:00am-5:00pm
Displays and Activities
Partners Include:
Wildlife Conservation Society: Learn about the variety of engaging education programs at the Bronx Zoo, Central Park Zoo, Prospect Park Zoo, Queens Zoo and New York Aquarium, and explore a wildly fun hands-on activity!

Two by Two Animal Haven: Wild World of Animals exhibit: including kangaroo, North American Alligator, hedgehog, chinchilla, snake, different types of small tortoises.

Hudson River Sloop Clearwater is excited to bring the Hudson River to Kids Week! Play our version of "Go Fish," imagine you're out sailing with us with our sloop-themed coloring sheets, and interact with river critters. 

STEM From Dance - STEM From Dance is transforming the STEM field by empowering girls of color with the know-how, experience, and confidence to dream big in STEM — all through the power of dance.

Jenkinson's Aquarium: Come meet some outrageous reptiles and learn about their differences by comparing the reptile groups to one another! We will discuss snakes, turtles, lizards, and crocodilians! 

Beardsley Zoo: Discover how incredible invertebrates survive in the wild with tabletop displays and live arthropod animal ambassadors!

Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory: Join Lamont for Scientists are Superheroes activity. Recommended for ages 5-10yrs old

Billion Oyster Project: Billion Oyster Project is excited to be bringing hands-on activities that are centered around the local New York harbor. Join them in discovering your local neighbors in the water, identifying local species through a new ID guide, and even getting familiar with some oysters through touch! Ages 3+

Blue Man Group: Interactive arts & crafts.

International Ocean Discovery Program: Journey through Earth's past, present and future with the International Ocean Discovery Program.

Naval Submarine League and Submarine Force Library & Museum: visitors will engage in submarine-related hands-on activities using concepts of: buoyancy, density, force and motion, and propulsion.

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11 JUN 10:00am-4:30pm
Intrepid Museum Education Maker Zone
Lunar Habitats- Design a lunar habitat for the first residents of the moon!  
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24 JUN Noon
Intrepid Museum Education Demonstration
Airheads: The Science of Flight: Explore the science behind aviation in this demonstration about how things fly!  
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26 JUN 1:00pm
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show: Storytime Presentation
Rockefeller Production's The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show has been dazzling audiences around the globe for nearly a decade, faithfully bringing to the stage Eric Carle's timeless classics. In the story of the Hungry Caterpillar, a very hungry newborn caterpillar eats his way through the week through fruits and delicious treats until he gets a stomach ache. He eats a green leaf to soothe his stomach and spins a chrysalis for himself. After two weeks, he emerges from his cocoon as a beautiful butterfly.   
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  JUN 2:00pm
Two by Two Animal Haven
Live Animal Show  
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  JUN 3:00pm
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show: Storytime Presentation
Rockefeller Production's The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show has been dazzling audiences around the globe for nearly a decade, faithfully bringing to the stage Eric Carle's timeless classics. In the story of the Hungry Caterpillar, a very hungry newborn caterpillar eats his way through the week through fruits and delicious treats until he gets a stomach ache. He eats a green leaf to soothe his stomach and spins a chrysalis for himself. After two weeks, he emerges from his cocoon as a beautiful butterfly.  
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29 APR 10:00am-5:00pm
Displays and Activities
Partners Include:
Wildlife Conservation Society: Learn about the variety of engaging education programs at the Bronx Zoo, Central Park Zoo, Prospect Park Zoo, Queens Zoo and New York Aquarium, and explore a wildly fun hands-on activity!

Two by Two Animal Haven: Wild World of Animals exhibit: including kangaroo, North American Alligator, hedgehog, chinchilla, snake, different types of small tortoises.

Rube Goldberg: Make your own Rube Goldberg Machine with paper! Join Jennifer George, Rube’s granddaughter and Godwyn Morris from Dazzling Discoveries and make your own machine with nothing more than a few sheets of paper and tape. Come join the fun! 

ROBOFUN: Robofun will present a variety of LEGO robots and coding interfaces for students to play and experiment with. There will be a remote-controlled catapult, automatic top spinner, robotic dog sled, circuitry station, and video game creation software stations amongst many other projects. Come join us to engage with all these projects and see what you can make! Recommended for ages 5-12 yrs old 

Hudson River Sloop Clearwater is excited to bring the Hudson River to Kids Week! Play our version of "Go Fish," imagine you're out sailing with us with our sloop-themed coloring sheets, and interact with river critters. 

Jenkinson's Aquarium: Come meet some outrageous reptiles and learn about their differences by comparing the reptile groups to one another! We will discuss snakes, turtles, lizards, and crocodilians!

Beardsley Zoo: Discover how incredible invertebrates survive in the wild with tabletop displays and live arthropod animal ambassadors!
 
Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory: Join Lamont for Scientists are Superheroes activity. Recommended for ages 5-10yrs old

Billion Oyster Project: Billion Oyster Project is excited to be bringing hands-on activities that are centered around the local New York harbor. Join them in discovering your local neighbors in the water, identifying local species through a new ID guide, and even getting familiar with some oysters through touch! Ages 3+

The High Line: How could public space better serve everyone? Create your own paper sculpture showing your vision for your community and add it to our 3-D model!

Blue Man GroupInteractive arts & crafts.

STEM From Dance is transforming the STEM field by empowering girls of color with the know-how, experience, and confidence to dream big in STEM — all through the power of dance.

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers: Discover the magic of STEM and make your own LED paper flashlight!

International Ocean Discovery Program: Journey through Earth's past, present and future with the International Ocean Discovery Program.

American Society of Civil Engineers: Interactive Seismic Structural Experience where kids will be able to build their own toothpick structures and see how they behave under seismic loading on our simulated shake table.


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24 JUL 10:00am-4:30pm
Intrepid Museum Education Maker Zone
Camouflage Planes- Use your art skills to camouflage a plane so it can fly without being seen!  
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24 JUL Noon
Intrepid Museum Education Demonstration
Airheads: The Science of Flight: Explore the science behind aviation in this demonstration about how things fly!  
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24 JUL 1:00pm
MAD SCIENCE Presents
Marvels of Motion- Isaac Newton would be proud! Come explore his laws of motion with us in this abundantly engaging physics performance. Observe the power of all sorts of forces including gravity, centrifugal force, inertia and much more. Then we’ll harness the power of these forces together to create astonishing jetpacks and even a rocket-propelled car! This Mad Science show is sure to please everyone and inspire more imaginative learning in all of our audience members! Recommended for ages 5 +  
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24 JUL 2:00pm
Two by Two Animal Haven
Live Animal Show 
 
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24 JUL 3:00pm
MAD SCIENCE Presents
Marvels of Motion- Isaac Newton would be proud! Come explore his laws of motion with us in this abundantly engaging physics performance. Observe the power of all sorts of forces including gravity, centrifugal force, inertia and much more. Then we’ll harness the power of these forces together to create astonishing jetpacks and even a rocket-propelled car! This Mad Science show is sure to please everyone and inspire more imaginative learning in all of our audience members! Recommended for ages 5 +  

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American Sign Language will be availableAmerican Sign Language 29 APR 10:00am-5:00pm
Displays and Activities
Partners Include:
Rube Goldberg:  Make your own Rube Goldberg Machine with paper! Join Jennifer George, Rube’s granddaughter and Godwyn Morris from Dazzling Discoveries and make your own machine with nothing more than a few sheets of paper and tape. Come join the fun! 

ROBOFUN: Robofun will present a variety of LEGO robots and coding interfaces for students to play and experiment with. There will be a remote-controlled catapult, automatic top spinner, robotic dog sled, circuitry station, and video game creation software stations amongst many other projects. Come join us to engage with all these projects and see what you can make! Recommended for ages 5-12 yrs old

STEM From Dance: STEM From Dance is transforming the STEM field by empowering girls of color with the know-how, experience, and confidence to dream big in STEM — all through the power of dance. 

American Society of Civil Engineers: Interactive Seismic Structural Experience where kids will be able to build their own toothpick structures and see how they behave under seismic loading on our simulated shake table.

NYC Ghostbusters League: NYC Ghostbusters are back aboard the Intrepid to teach you how to make your own cross link polymer gel, our own scientific recipe for ectoplasmic slime.

Meet Lee & Low Books: Featuring Bonnie's Rocket Author Emeline Lee

The High Line: How could public space better serve everyone? Create your own paper sculpture showing your vision for your community and add it to our 3-D model!

Blue Man GroupInteractive arts & crafts.

Hudson River Sloop Clearwater is excited to bring the Hudson River to Kids Week! Play our version of "Go Fish," imagine you're out sailing with us with our sloop-themed coloring sheets, and interact with river critters.

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26 AUG 10:00am-4:30pm
Intrepid Museum Education Maker Zone
Lunar Landers- Use your engineering skills to create a lunar lander that safely delivers miniature astronauts on the moon!  
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  AUG Noon
Intrepid Museum Education Demonstration
Blastoff! Launching Space Shuttles: Launching a space shuttle takes some science, engineering, and a whole lot of rocket fuel. Explore how space shuttles got into space and, more importantly, how they got astronauts home safely, during this interactive demonstration!  
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  AUG 1:00pm
MAD SCIENCE Presents: Fire & ice
Get ready for some sizzlin’ excitement! Join us for SAFE and scientific fun with fire and ice! Learn about the amazing properties of fire and combustion. Then, cool off with spectacular demonstrations involving dry ice! Check out the “Big Burp”, the “Screwdriver Sizzle” and the famous “Mad Science Bath”, as we will explore the science behind this amazing frozen gas. All Mad Science shows provide live, interactive, and compelling educational experiences that make learning a blast! Recommended for ages 5 +  

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  AUG 2:00pm
STEM FROM DANCE:
Performing an exciting and upbeat Hip Hop/Jazz Piece, using LED light sticks as props to highlight the curriculum the program offers in both learning dance and STEM. 
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  AUG 3:00pm
MAD SCIENCE Presents: Fire & ice
Get ready for some sizzlin’ excitement! Join us for SAFE and scientific fun with fire and ice! Learn about the amazing properties of fire and combustion. Then, cool off with spectacular demonstrations involving dry ice! Check out the “Big Burp”, the “Screwdriver Sizzle” and the famous “Mad Science Bath”, as we will explore the science behind this amazing frozen gas. All Mad Science shows provide live, interactive, and compelling educational experiences that make learning a blast! Recommended for ages 5 +  

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26 SEP Free Friday with Movie Night Friday, September 30, 5:00pm – 8:00pm ET
Enjoy Education Tours and Activities possibly followed by Performance from Astronautica: Voices of Women in Space and then Flight Deck telescope viewing with Amateur Astronomers Association.
More details and registration coming soon
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23 OCT Virtual Astronomy Live Sunday October 23, 3:00pm – 4:30pm ET
Intrepid Museum pivots from on-site programming for local audiences and collaborates with digital platform Kerbal Space Academy (furthering education through exploration) streamed lived. Pre-show starts at 2:30pm.
More details and registration coming soon
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05 NOV Intrepid Celebrations Saturday, November 5, 1:00pm – 4:00pm ET
Celebrations aboard Intrepid during its time of service brought the crew together and boosted morale as they carried out their jobs at sea. Participants will explore historic spaces of the ship as they learn about the various holidays and events celebrated on board Intrepid and make some festive holiday crafts to take home!
Registration opens on October 10, 2022
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11 NOV Veteran's Day Friday, November 11
This Veterans Day, the Intrepid Museum will pay tribute to those who have served our country with remarks from our nation’s heroes and the laying of a commemorative wreath.
More details coming soon
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20 NOV Virtual Astronomy Live Sunday November 20, 3:00pm – 4:30pm ET
Intrepid Museum pivots from on-site programming for local audiences and collaborates with digital platform Kerbal Space Academy (furthering education through exploration) streamed lived. Pre-show starts at 2:30pm.
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20 NOV Veteran's Job and Resource fair Date and time to be announced
The Museum’s inaugural Veterans Job & Resource Fair includes over 50 organizational partners that connected veterans and military spouses to employment and networking opportunities, expert-led workshops geared towards job acquisition and expanding professional development, community resources and free professional head shots.
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07 DEC National Pearl Harbor Rememberance Day Wednesday, Dec 7
The Intrepid Museum will hold a ceremony to commemorate the 81th anniversary of Pearl Harbor. Hear from the families of Pearl Harbor survivors and watch as a commemorative wreath is laid in the Hudson River.
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20 DEC Virtual Astronomy Live Sunday December 18, 3:00pm - 4:30pm ET
Intrepid Museum pivots from on-site programming for local audiences and collaborates with digital platform Kerbal Space Academy (furthering education through exploration) streamed lived. Pre-show starts at 2:30pm.
More details and registration coming soon
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