New York Family: Picks of the Week, May 7-13


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Happy Mother's week. We've rounded up a few ways (and other fun) to spend time with the family this week because, well, every day deserves a nod to the greatness of m-o-m. Monday, May 7 [Over the Moon: The Broadway Lullaby Project Concert at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre](http://www.newyorkfamily.com/newyork/event-56179-over-the-moon-the-broadway-lullaby-project-concert-at-the-stephen-sondheim-theatre.html) 124 West 43rd Street 8pm Over The Moon: The Broadway Lullaby Project is amultimedia charity project of original lullabies composed and sung by Broadway stars (like our March issue's cover mom [Audra McDonald](http://www.newyorkfamily.com/newyork/article-960-audras-song.html)), established to raise money for breast cancer foundations. Don't miss this free concert, where you'll get to hear some of the tunes and watch excerpts from the project's documentary. Tuesday, May 8 [Dirty Sock Music Romp at the Jewish Museum](http://www.newyorkfamily.com/newyork/event-55609-dirty-sock-music-romps-at-the-jewish-museum.html) 1109 5th Avenue 10-10:45am Join the Dirty Sock Funtime Band's lead singer, Mike, for an interactive music show. Kiddos can play with musical toys and instruments and hear kid-friendly classic rock songs. For ages six months to four years.Registration is required; please call 212-423-3225. Wednesday, May 9 [Sea Creatures Workshop at Children's Museum of the Arts](http://www.newyorkfamily.com/newyork/event-52558-sea-creatures-at-cma.html) 103 Charlton Street 12pm Deep sea divers (er, artists) ages five and up should head to shore (CMA's Fine Arts Studio) for a mixed-media workshop that's right up their alley. Utilizing sculpture materials, kids can construct a jellyfish, octopus or starfish. To read the full listings at New York Family [click here](http://www.newyorkfamily.com/newyork/blog-2885-picks-of-the-week-may-7-13.html).





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