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Get Out & Do This

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There’s so much to do in this city it can be overwhelming. That’s why DNAinfo brings you a curated list of the most exciting things to see and do in the five boroughs twice a week. Check in on Mondays and Fridays to get the scoop on what’s happening.

Central Harlem »

With spring on the horizon, we offer a selection of activities for kids in New York City. 

SoHo »

Hear about a female Revolutionary War soldier, learn self-defense for free, and attend a film festival.

Inwood »

Check out a robotics expo or take in some experimental jazz this weekend.

New Dorp »

Dance to 60s music, watch plays based on the ferry or check out some Staten Island photography.

Jackson Heights »

Watch Stephen King's classic film "Carrie" and learn how to pair beers and cheeses.

Bed-Stuy »

Welcome spring with free classes at the Botanic Garden or check out live tapings of radio shows.

New York City »

This weekend's events celebrate the creativity, intelligence and ingenuity of kids across NYC. 

Union Square »

Attend a Caribbean fitness class, enjoy a movie night, and meet Eric Carle's Very Hungry Caterpillar. 

Washington Heights »

Check out an "anti-fair" art fair, a women's history month exhibit and a showing of the movie 'Frozen.'

West Brighton »

Check out some street art, listen to hardcore punk or watch the St. Patrick's Day Parade.

Sunnyside »

Hear live music or watch the St. Pat's For All Parade march through Sunnyside.

Fort Greene »

A birthday celebration for the Sunshine State, a feminist coloring party, live folk music and more.

Midtown »

This weekend we highlight events designed to stimulate and inspire curious kids.  

Cobble Hill »

Listen to Eileen Myles talk at BAM, watch a documentary on Daft Punk, and enjoy a wine soirée.