Why not learn about fun bugs, swap for some new duds or enjoy live classical and Arab music at the library this weekend?
Saturday, April 6
Central Park Zoo Wildlife Theater Presents: Butterfly Boogie
Bugs aren't gross—they're great! Learn why with the help of a cockroach puppet. Then, take off on a 3,000-mile adventure with Wildlife Theater's interactive musical performance "The Tale of Flutterby and Piggle," which introduces children 6 and up to the interdependence of plants and animals. Space is limited; tickets will be distributed at 12 p.m. the day of performance at the Children’s Library Discovery Center on a first-come, first-served basis.
89-11 Merrick Boulevard
Carnegie Hall Neighborhood Concerts Series Presents the Toomai String Quintet
The Toomai String Quintet is an ensemble devoted to performing music from the classical and contemporary repertoire, exploring and arranging music from around the world, and creating engaging interactive concerts for audiences of all ages.
41-17 Main Street
If you're fashion-independent, green-minded, DIY-centric or all of the above, this is the event for you! Swap-O-Ramas (aka swap-lucks) are a fantastic way to get free new-to-you clothes for you and your family, find a new home for clothing that no longer excites you, meet new friends and help save the environment.
Sunday, April 7
Sunday Concerts @ Central: Arab Music and Dance by Zikrayat
Arab culture takes center stage in this performance of the classical music and dance traditions of Egypt, Lebanon, and the greater Arab world.
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