ConEd Family Day: Design Your Own Hand-Held Fan! Stay cool this summer like they did in the past by designing your own hand-held fan! Before air-conditioning was invented, people kept themselves cool by using hand-held fans. These fans could be simple or elaborate, and people could even send messages to one another by holding their fans in different positions. Learn more about the FamilyOutdoor
Intro to Photography Workshop for Kids with Josephine Herrick Project Curious to learn more about creating art using a camera? Join teaching artists from Josephine Herrick Project to explore the basics of photography, using the surrounding park, Morris-Jumel Mansion, and your imagination as your inspiration!Each session begins at 10 AM and finishes at 12 PM. Young photographers will be creating a final project, so kids FamilyOutdoor
ConEd Family Day: Make Your Own 18th Century Ice Cream! Take a break from the summer heat and make your own colonial-inspired ice cream! Learn about the history of Early American ice cream, the sometimes unusual flavors they used, and how ice cream was made. Then, choose your flavors and make your own delicious ice cream to enjoy. Free with pre-registration. Limit of four places FamilyOutdoor
NoMAA Arts Stroll Concert: HSA All-Stars Enjoy the sounds of jazz in the Park with the Harlem School of the Arts All Stars! This free concert will take place on the stone patio in front of the Mansion and is presented in partnership with the Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance as part of the June 2022 Arts Stroll. Seating on the patio FamilyOutdoor
Family Days Join us at the Mansion for our special Second Saturday family programming! Each second Saturday of the month, families can participate in a fun hands-on activity for our ConEdison Family Day from 1-3 PM. The activity is free with registration.  Family
Community Open House and Artist Meet-and-Greet with Andrea Arroyo ImagiNATIONS: Art as Solidarity is an ongoing series of artworks created by Andrea Arroyo in response to issues that touch us everyday, like immigration, civil and gender rights, displacement, gun violence, international conflicts and the environmental crisis. The works, which center around community concerns, reflect universal values of love, justice, equality and peace, and aim Family