Month: September 2017

Weekend Events in Brooklyn & NYC: September 29th-October 1st

Hi everyone! Looks like the cooler Fall weather is coming back in time for Yom Kippur and another busy NYC weekend. This weekend check out the Chile Pepper Festival at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, DJ Questlove Family Dance Party at Industry City, Yom Kippur in Prospect Park, Eloise on the Big Screen & Eloise’s Rawther Fancy Party at the DiMenna Childrens History Museum, Movies Under the Stars: Moana in Cooper Park, Studio Art Sessions: Painting Exploration at The Jewish Museum, Little Laffs at the Jalopy Theatre, Kickoff to Fall at the Queens County Farm Museum, 33rd Annual Medieval Festival...

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Teaching Your Child About Bullying

As parents, one big concern is how your child will handle bullying in school — not only how your child will react if he is bullied, but also what he will do if he sees another child being bullied. Even worse, what if you get word that your child is the bully? Jennifer Landis shares tips and resources to help you educated your child about both sides of the bully equation. Anywhere from one in four to one in three students say they’ve been bullied at some point in their school career, which can also include cyberbullying. Being on the...

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Luxury Townhomes in the Heart of Park Slope

Park Court Collection is an enclave of thoughtfully-designed townhomes and condominiums with interiors envisioned by Penelope Kim.  It is a contemporary interpretation of an urban garden community in the heart of Park Slope. The Townhomes at Park Court take elegant townhome living to a new level of modern luxury. These exquisite four level, four bedroom single-family homes have three full bathrooms, two half bathrooms with 3,333 sqft of interior space and additional 1,000 sqft of exterior space, large recreation room, laundry rooms and feature a red brick front and rear facade with welcoming stoop. The design pays homage to...

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Weekday Events in Brooklyn & NYC: September 25th-28th

Hi everyone! I can’t believe the last week of September is here!  Get ready for another fun week here in NYC. This week check out Cinderella Samba at PS 305, Rolie Polie Guacamole at the Kings Highway Brooklyn Public Library, Puppetsburg at Edamama Cute Cuts & More, Beatles and Bob at the Riverside NY Public Library, Little Feet Yoga at Monkey Do! Yoga, Family Movie: Matilda at Sunset Park Brooklyn Public Library, Drop-In Art and Storytelling at Stories Bookshop & Storytelling Lab, Kids Create: Bay Ridge Rocks at the Bay Ridge Brooklyn Public Library, Art Around the World at...

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Head Back To School With No Tears

Sharon Peters, parenting expert and soother of nerves, gives us the essential tools to prepare ourselves, oh and the kids too, for heading back to school.  A good beginning to your child’s school year can help the months ahead go more smoothly. Here are some ideas that can make a difference and (hopefully) lead to a first week with no tears. Before school starts: 1. Involve your child in selecting school clothes, backpacks, lunch foods, and anything else exciting or interesting. Eliciting children’s input in practical preparations can be fun and often helps young students look forward to their...

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