Spend Your Summer Fridays with FiDi Families

by | Jul 9, 2014 | Downtown Living, Events, Family | 0 comments

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It’s no secret that kids get restless during the summer. Parents love spending time with their young ones, but constantly brainstorming for different activities to keep their children entertained can grow tiring. Lucky for you, you can spend your Fridays with FiDi Families.

Friday with FiDi Families was created by the DOWNTOWN Magazine NYC’s Lifestyle and Family Editor, Denise Courter, as way to help build community events that are family-friendly. The summer series is a weekly event involving free activities offered every Friday at the South Seaport Front/Row stage located at Fulton and Front street. Your child’s summer energy will drain out of his or her system in no time. These fun activities will be available every Friday until the end of August, and you won’t want to miss out on the excitement they have to offer you and your child.

Activities will start at 10 a.m. and include music, arts & crafts, storytelling and more. This Friday will mark the kick-off with Music for Aardvarks, an interactive musician and sing-along for all ages. After you enjoy the singing you can stop by AmazeBooths, a photo booth with fun costumes and props for you and your child.

Throughout this Friday event series, children and parents will also be treated to a complimentary GoGo SqueeZ, a delicious all-natural 100% fruit squeezable applesauce. Friday with FiDi Families will include a handful of additional activities with more sing-alongs and even a free manicure for you and your child by CityMANI. Be sure to join in on the summer fun and visit the South Seaport this Friday.

-Jordan Tidwell

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