This will be a Sunday fun day unlike any other. Spring Sunday, usually an in-person event with a full slate of events at Rockefeller Center, is streaming online this year. Our virtual Spring Sunday offers adults and kids the chance to enjoy and participate in a day of free music, live performances, and entertaining activities including puppet shows, art workshops, and more. And you can enjoy it all from the comfort of your own home.
When & Where
Apr 11, 2021
Free - signup required
Be a part of Spring Sunday as it happens with these live events. Whether you want to watch, create, build, or even do all three, you can expect an afternoon full of fun. But be sure to register, you don't want to miss out.
Robot Building Class with The Brooklyn Robot Foundry
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ABTKids at the Top of the Rock
American Ballet Theatre leads a warm up from Top of the Rock Observation Deck and then presents a classic Giselle and Swan Lake ballet workshop from Rockefeller Center’s Rainbow Room.
The Cumbe Center for African and Diaspora Dance: Conga Kids
Play games and dance along with the Conga Kids as you explore oral and movement traditions of traditional and contemporary West African and Afro-Caribbean drumming traditions.
West African Adventures: Presented by Rockefeller Center & Cumbe Center for African & Diaspora Dance
The Cumbe Center for African and Diaspora Dance presents West African Adventures where kids can explore oral and movement traditions of traditional and contemporary cultures.
New York City Children’s Theater 5Senses
Take a virtual trip with the NYC Children’s Theater though the five boroughs. You’ll explore the city and your senses as well.
Rock and Roll Playhouse Performing Live from The Rainbow Room
Rock and Roll Playhouse performs a program for the entire family to sing along and dance to from Rockefeller Center’s iconic Rainbow Room. They will also show families how to make a paper spring flower.
Puppetsburg Pandemic Pet
Learn about adopting pets during quarantine. Characters from Puppetsburg, including a special appearance from Rocky the Owl, talk about bringing home a furry forever friend. The puppets also show you how to make a puppet with materials found at home.
Found Objects PUPPETS: Presented by Puppetsburg and Rockefeller Center
See the paper towel rolls, tea boxes, and socks lying around your house with new eyes as Puppetsburg founder Sarah Todes guides you and your munchkin through a found objects puppet-making experience! All you need is scissors, glue or tape, a workspace that is okay to get a little messy sometimes!
Brooklyn Robot Foundry: DIY Kitchen Car
Create a KitchenCar with the Brooklyn Robot Foundry. With a parent’s help and using common kitchen items like a sponge, carrot, straw, chopsticks, lettuce, tape, scissors, and a knife, you’ll have a great time playing with your food.
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