Bronx Children's Museum celebrates City of Water Day - July 13, 2019


Bronx Children’s Museum is proud to host its first annual City of Water Day "In Your Neighborhood" event at Mill Pond Park.

Join us for a fun-filled day on the shores of the Harlem River exploring and learning about water and how it connects us all.

Saturday, July 13, from 10am - 2pm, Bronx Children’s Museum is offering water-themed art activities and science experiments for all. Our big purple Museum On the Go! bus will be on hand for free tours featuring our current exhibit Waters On the Go! exploring the natural habitats of the Bronx and Harlem Rivers and Orchard Beach.

City of Water Day Now in its 12th year, City of Water Day is a free New York Harbor-wide day organized by the Waterfront Alliance and its partners to get people to, on, and in the water. The day’s activities champion the shared goal of a climate resilient New York Harbor that is prepared for rising seas and increased coastal storms. Dozens of communities in New York and New Jersey host City of Water Day events in celebration of our region’s 1,600 miles of coastline. In collaboration with the New York–New Jersey Harbor & Estuary Program, In Your Neighborhood events this year include 50 free waterfront events, with nearly 100 participating organizations, across all five boroughs, Westchester County, and New Jersey. For a list of all City of Water Day events, visit: https://waterfrontalliance.org/what-we-do/city-of-water-day/

For more information, contact Nicole Wallace, Director of STEAM Programming & External Affairs nicole@bronxchildrensmuseum.org