Friday, January 15. Free with museum admission.
The Titanosaur makes its debut this weekend in the AMNH’s 4th floor Fossil Halls. This 122-foot-long herbivore is one of the largest dinosaurs ever discovered and is so new it has not yet been officially named.
Saturday, January 16 – Monday, January 18, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm. Free with paid museum admission.
Join BCM for special programs and performances all weekend long honoring Dr. King.
Wednesday, January 20, 6:00 – 8:00 pm. MS 51. Free.
This month’s CEC 15 meeting is of particular interest to families of children with special needs. Discussion moderated by Ellen McHugh of Parent to Parent of New York State. Panelists include PS 321’s own Debbie Brukman on community building, Superintendent Anita Skop on navigating the middle school process with an IEP, and Ruth DiRoma of INCLUDEnyc on advocacy and resources for children with special needs. Childcare and translation services will be available.
Monday, January 18, noon – 5:00 pm. At Roulette, 509 Atlantic Ave. $15 adults, $8 kids. Buy tickets here.
Ring in the Year of the Monkey Japanese-style Japanese dance, calligraphy, folk games, arts & crafts, and much more.
Tuesday, January 19, noon – 6:00 pm.
Health insurance enrollment sessions, from Borough President Eric Adams: In-person enrollment assistance will be offered for individuals, families, small businesses and their employees through the Marketplace and private coverage. Light brunch will be served. Register HERE.