Publisher of Found in Yonkers: Westchester County Activities & Events. Be sure to check out my pet project Suburban Fandom (also published under Found in Yonkers) for New York City Tri-State Fandom activities & events!
Grab yer favorite oxen, 14 pounds of jerky, and yer best flannel – we’re heading to the Oregon Trail. We’ve taken your favorite educational computer game, slapped some facts on it, and turned it into a real life drinking game. Hosts Kylie Holloway and Michael Salgarolo are gonna caulk up your wagon and float it down the river of history – and gird yer loins, ‘cos one of y’all’s gettin’ dysentery.
**Sign up together or be placed in a team of 4-6 players when you arrive – this is an interactive game, where wagon trains will compete to see who makes it to Oregon alive to win an awesome prize!**
Everyone’s favorite reindeer is here to help Santa save Christmas! He may be a little different, but when a snowstorm threatens to cancel Santa’s annual flight, Rudolph with his nose so bright is the only one who can guide Santa’s sleigh tonight. It’s a classic Christmas tale about friendship, perseverance, and our differences making us special.
Get inspired by a variety of surprise happenings around the KMA, including expressive dance performances and experimental music, and explore your own ways of artistic self-expression. Abstract painting, dynamic community art projects, and other activities for friends and family running throughout afternoon.
Looking for creative activities to do after school? Stop by the KMA on the 3rd Friday of the month for a host of fun projects and activities inspired by the exhibition Sparkling Amazons. All ages welcome.
Join author Danny Fingeroth (interviewed by Columbia University Professor, Jeremy Dauber) for an in-depth look into his latest book A MARVELOUS LIFE. This book offers a behind-the-scenes look at how Stan Lee became known as the voice and face of comics. As editor, publisher and co-creator of Marvel, he was the glue that held the industry together.