Kids Culture 08.31.17

Secret Pizza Party in Bridgehampton

Kids can pull on their pajamas and head over to the Children’s Museum of the East End in Bridgehampton for this month’s Pizza and Pajama Night from 6 to 7 tomorrow. There will be a reading of Adam Rubin and Daniel Salmieri’s “Secret Pizza Party!” and — what else? — pizza. The gathering is open to families with kids of all ages. It is free for members and $12 for everyone else. Space is limited and registration is required.

A weekly Lego Club for children of all ages who love to build and create with Legos begins Sunday from 10 a.m. to noon. Works in progress can be stored at the museum. The cost is $12, free for members. Although the museum owns thousands of Lego blocks, more are always needed for this program. Donations can be arranged in advance by calling the museum. 


From Owls to Trolls

Kids 4 and up can come face to face with owls and other birds of prey today at 3 p.m. at the East Hampton Library. A variety of owls including the eastern screech owl and the great horned owl, as well as a red-tailed hawk, will be visiting. Snap Circuits electronics sessions will be offered in September and October for kids 7 and up, with the first on Tuesday at 4 p.m. Additional sessions will be on Sept. 19, Oct. 3, Oct. 4, and Oct. 18. Incorporating science, technology, engineering, and math, the program helps make learning electronics easy and fun. Kids can attend any or all of the sessions offered.  The family movie next Thursday at 4 p.m. will be “Trolls.” Advance registration is required for most programs.


Puppetry Finale

The final show of the summer in the Goat on a Boat’s puppet series at Bay Street Theater will be on Saturday at 11 a.m., when Art Puppet Theatre presents “Tommy’s Space Adventure.” The show tells the story of a boy fascinated with aliens and outer space who meets a real live alien from millions of light-years away. Tickets cost $15. 


Teen Time and More at the Parrish

Kids 11 to 18 who take part in the Parrish Art Museum’s open studio on Saturday at 10 a.m. will make a mini-book with guidance from Pamela Collins. Advance registration is required with the museum; the program is free. 

A bilingual family gallery talk and art workshop will be held on Sunday afternoon at 2. Visitors can wander through the galleries and then head to the studio to create projects inspired by the works on view. This one, too, is free with museum admission. Advance registration is not required. 


Native Critters in Montauk

Any kindergartners through sixth graders interested in reptiles and amphibians should head over to the Montauk Library today at 4 p.m., when the South Fork Natural History Museum will introduce kids to a number of Long Island’s native reptiles and critters. Registration is required as space is limited.