Through July 29, 2015
Toddlers can put their eager little hands and curious minds into Nordic themes and materials in summer installments of morning workshops in the Heimbold Family Children’s Playing and Learning Center. And later in the day, bigger kids, ages 4 – 8, can play and get creative working on Nordic themes of the day at fun activity stations.
Activities and crafts are subject to change. Please call ahead or visit scandinaviahouse.org for more information.
Tuesday, June 23, 3 – 5 pm
Celebrate the longest day of the year Scandinavian-style with Vibe Normann from Scandinavian Sing-Along! Kids ages 5 – 10 and their caretakers can fashion flower wreaths, learn traditional midsummer songs, and decorate the maypole on this day known to Scandinavians as one of non-stop merriment.
Open to the public, space permitting: Saturday, 12 – 5 pm; $15/child
Free to ASF Members with a Playing and Learning Center pass
– these Members may only bring guests on Saturday for $10/child
Open to ASF Members with a Playing and Learning Center pass: Tuesday—Friday, 10 am—5 pm
Ages toddler & up. Please note that children must be walking on their own to be admitted
Koko Architecture + Design incorporates inspirations from early childhood education centers in Scandinavia into this premier indoor learning and play space in New York. The re-imagined center integrates the best of Scandinavian design while emphasizing early childhood sensory perception.
The Heimbold Family Children’s Playing and Learning Center is made possible by the generous support of The Heimbold Foundation/The Honorable Charles A. and Monika Heimbold.
Visit the Heimbold Family Children’s Playing and Learning Center page.