I took advantage of a beautiful summer day and took my girls to The New York Botanical Gardenwhile my son, Alex was in summer school. We experienced the Edible Garden. The cook from Growing Chefs made an apricot parfait. Alyson had a very, very, very hard time sitting still for this demo but nonetheless Becky and I enjoyed our first cooking show. The stage was on the lawn in front of the Conservatory. Continue reading →
The Sinfonietta of Riverdale, conducted by Mark Mandarano, will perform a concert that is sure to delight the whole family on on Sunday, September 19th at 2pm, at Wave Hill in the Bronx. They will perform Beethoven, Mozart, Sekles, Honegger and Schuller under the direction of Mark Mandarano.
Then in October, The Four Nations Ensemble will perform masterworks by Bach, Handel, Telemann and Couperin (This is recommended for older children and those who are already interested in classical music =)). Continue reading →
BronxMama receives a lot of emails asking about various topics. Who better to get the answer from than other BronxMamas! Whenever we get a question a lot of moms are asking about-we will post. Please comment below and share your opinion/information with other BronxMamas!
Question: I’m looking for some good playgroups and mommy and me (and daddy and me!) classes in the Bronx. Know any good ones?
BronxMama’s next project is daycare and school reviews. And the best way to help each other out as Bronx parents is to collaborate on this together. Eventually I’d love to have a review about every single daycare and school here in the Bronx. It’s hard to research them-not everyone has a website, not everyone has a review already posted on the web. So let’s start our own! Continue reading →
Don’t you love when the Bronx is in the news- and its about something positive? Well in case you didn’t know, NY1 has been taking a week long look at the history of the Bronx-and its some pretty interesting stuff! Continue reading →