Fur Sure: Don’t Miss This Sesame Street Exhibit!

For all the Sesame Street fans, there is a great exhibit in NYC. Have fun! – http://www.cutebeltz.com.

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Kids are born loving “Sesame Street.” Babies go gaga for Elmo, and the appeal of Kermit and friends endures for the toddler set and beyond. That’s why Somebody Come and Play: 45 Years of Learning on Sesame Street, on view now until January at Lincoln Center, is a must-see for both new and old fans of the groundbreaking show. It’s got life-sized Muppets, archival art and clips, and an off-the-hook play space. Kowabunga! (Double Kowabunga: It’s free!)

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A collaboration between Sesame Workshop and the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, the exhibit fills the 3700-square-foot Donald and Mary Oenslager Gallery with over 250 items from “Sesame Street”‘s history. When you enter (at the West end of Lincoln Center plaza) you’ll first encounter a mechanized Oscar the Grouch, who lifts his head out of his trash can when a green button at kid-height is pressed. While the little ones are…

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Go Swimming at NYC’s Best Free Outdoor Pools

Free NYC pools!! A definite activity to add to your list if you live in NYC.

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Need somewhere to cool off this summer? Free public pools, including several Olympic-sized ones, are plentiful in NYC. Follow Red Tricycle’s guide to discover the best choices for splashing around and working on swimming skills with your kids in every borough. From Red Hook, Brooklyn to the Lower East Side in Manhattan, here are eight top outdoor pools where you can beat the heat free of charge.

Tell us your favorite place to cool down in NYC in a Comment below.

-Christine Knight & Julie Seguss

Images courtesy of NYC Parks

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