At this point we’re all getting antsy and are starting to think of what’s next. Take a look below for virtual tours and activities you have to experience!
- Rutgers Geology Museum
Free Virtual “Ask A Geologist” Series! Tune in Tuesdays & Thursdays for a short lecture and Q&A session. We hope to engage children and answer their questions! During each event, our geologist will first introduce the day’s geologic topic and then answer your questions about it! Events are primarily aimed at elementary and middle school-aged children, but all ages are welcome to join and learn something new!
- Bricks 4 Kids
We are beginning online workshops on Saturday, May 2nd. Signup on our website. Coming soon summer online programs and onsite programs meeting social distancing guidelines limited to 6 students per workshop. Email inquiries to email@example.com
72 Sharrott Avenue • 10309 | 347.534.7925 | firstname.lastname@example.org | bricks4kidz.com/SINY
- Common Threads
We are offering free nutrition education and cooking skills digital lessons, activities, and recipes for all families!
1 Edgewater Street, Suite 535 • 10305
- Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden
Our main outdoor grounds are open to the public 7 days a week, from dawn until dusk, however, our buildings are closed and programming postponed until further notice. We are excited to have launched Snug Harbor at Home: a brand new series of live stream events, hands-on activities, and virtual explorations, bringing the best of Snug Harbor to you! Learn more at snug-harbor.org/snugharborathome
1000 Richmond Terrace • 10301
718.425.3504 | email@example.com | snug-harbor.org
- Empire Outlets
In accordance with the new mandate from New York State, the majority of Empire Outlets and its public spaces will be closed until further notice. However, Empire Outlets will keep the waterfront esplanade open for the neighborhood for responsible social distancing along the shore. Walgreens will also remain open to support the local community, as well as Shake Shack for takeout until further notice. The parking facility will also remain open for workers of essential businesses who rely on the Staten Island Ferry public transit.
- Historic Richmond Town
Buildings/programs temporarily closed/canceled. Grounds remain OPEN. Enjoy HRT’s “Arts & Culture in Quarantine”