November 16, 2012
Take a break from all the entertainment to celebrate your creativity with these family-friendly activities. Don’t miss all of the fun at Kids’ Central at Broadway and 61st Street with face painting, tattoos and crafts hosted by the West Side YMCA, a holiday card workshop with New York Society for Ethical Culture and Voice Painter.
Voice Painter allows young people to create amazing paintings with their voices just by talking, singing or making funny noise into a microphone. Kids’ Voice Paintings are fascinating in color and form – no two are the same, and each is the child’s own that creates it because it is their voice and their choices that makes it the unique art it is. VoicePainter is fun, easy and lets kids create great Holiday gifts.
You can Sign-up online for your kids to receive their own VoicePainter Video that they create at Winter’s Eve (The video contains their dynamic painting and voice). They will also become eligible to win tickets to the Broadway show Cinderella, and will receive a free copy of VoicePainter. Click Here to sign-up for VoicePainter now.
On the second floor of Time Warner Center, have fun with performers and face painters from the Big Apple Circus, and celebrate the season of giving with DOROT and GenerationOn! by making holiday cards for seniors in the community.
Head north to TD Bank on Broadway and 62nd Street where children and their parents can get creative as they customize their very own Holiday Hat at the TD decorating station.
If that wasn’t enough, we are lucky to have Santa visiting Lincoln Square during Winter’s Eve. Say hi to Santa at Brooks Brothers at 1934 Broadway and 65th Street and meet St. Nicholas at the Church of St. Paul the Apostle (Columbus Avenue at 60th Street). St. Paul’s will also be screening Christmas cartoon movies for children.