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6 Things To Do With Your Kids In New York City's Neighborhoods This Weekend

A Winter Jam, Spooktacular Ball and Inventgenuity Festival are on this weekend's action-packed agenda. 

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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.

Long Island City »

Participate in a tasty cook-off, learn about our nationwide hunger problem, and enjoy a burlesque show.

Tompkinsville »

Catch an acoustic performance, go to a benefit concert or read F. Scott Fitzgerald.

Central Harlem »

From a dance party to a Black Comic Book Festival, find out what's going on in your neighborhood.

Park Slope »

From a Balkan music festival to a photography scavenger hunt and a tribute to David Bowie.

Long Island City »

Go "quiet clubbing," catch a movie or compete in a ping-pong tournament.

Prospect Heights »

Celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. this weekend. 

Union Square »

Attend a poetry slam, learn how to meditate or listen to an urban archaelogist.

Upper East Side »

Hit up Mulch Fest and watch "Breakfast at Tiffany's" WITH CATS.

Livingston »

Learn about composting, visit a photography gallery or catch an acoustic show.

Woodside »

Hang out with Wink the penguin, mulch your tree and hit up the First Look Festival.

Park Slope »

Celebrate the birthday of Sherlock Holmes, see comedy, hear jazz and witness pop-up dance this weekend.

Upper West Side »

Celebrate Three Kings Day and brush up on your superhero history this weekend.

Lower East Side »

Spend the first full week of 2016 attending live events, watching a film or sipping on wine and juice.

SoHo »

Tour Central Park, participate in an art workshop or see Joshua Bell at Lincoln Center this weekend.