Save the Date
June 21, 2022 - 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Valerie Washington
Professor Emeritus at Lehman College (CUNY), 
Innovator in teacher education and former Bronx elementary school teacher 

Sunny Hostin
3x Emmy Award-winning co-host of ABC’s “The View” and
New York Times best-selling author

Get ready to celebrate the fun of summer, the children of the Bronx and two wonderful honorees. Join us at Zona De Cuba high atop the historic US Post Office building on the Grand Concourse.

Registration and details to come.
Building Update: Let it Rain and Flow
We are getting very excited as our next major exhibit is scheduled for delivery and installation this month. The Waterways is a 32' long flowing river where children can learn about the origins of water, the dynamics of how water moves and the many ways in which water connects us all. Beginning high above with a cloud that actually rains, water cascades down a 5' tall waterfall into basins where it flows through a series of locks and channels down to a beach. Soon the sounds of rainfall and currents will be filling the Museum with life.
Cultural & Family Fun in Mill Pond Park
May 14 & June 11
Bronx Children’s Museum invites you and your family to JOIN US on May 14 and June 12 for Music Matters, a free concert celebrating the rich musical culture of the Bronx. Dance and move to the sounds of ¡Retumba!, an exciting music and dance ensemble showcasing folkloric and contemporary dances with rhythms from Puerto Rico, Cuba, Haiti, Brazil, Mexico and Africa. Bring your moves and bring your grooves. Let's all dance and sing together in Mill Pond Park.
Support for this program is provided by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and through a Cultural Immigrant Initiative grant from New York City Council Deputy Speaker Diana Ayala.
Bronx Children's Museum le invita a usted y a su familia a PARTICIPAR el 14 de mayo y el 12 de junio en La música importa, un concierto gratuito con el celebraremos la rica cultura musical del Bronx. Muévanse y bailen al ritmo de "¡Retumba!", un emocionante espectáculo que combina música y baile en el que podrán disfrutar de danzas folclóricas y contemporáneas con ritmos procedentes de Puerto Rico, Cuba, Haití, Brasil, México y África. Hagan que el ritmo... ¡retumbe! Les esperamos para bailar y cantar en el Mill Pond Park.
La financiación de este programa procede del Departamento de Asuntos Culturales de la Ciudad de Nueva York y de una subvención de la Iniciativa Cultural para Inmigrantes de la vicepresidenta del Consejo Municipal de la Ciudad de Nueva York, Diana Ayala.

BxCM Article Published in Young Children
Bronx Children's Museum is honored to have its first article, entitled The STEAM Circle, accepted for publication in the Spring issue of Young Children, an educational journal published by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). Written by the Museum’s Director of Education & Public Engagement Nicole Wallace, Early Childhood Education Consultant Kristin Scarola and Executive Director Carla Precht, the article describes the way the Museum's STEAM programs help connect schools, families and community partners to each other. NAEYC is a recognized and accredited organization that promotes high-quality early learning for children, birth through age 8, by connecting practice, policy and research.

Free access to the article is available for members of NAEYC. If you would like to purchase the spring issue as a non-member, please visit NAEYC's website.

Primary Elections: June 28
Register to Vote by June 3
2022 is another big election year! Primary elections, including for Congress and Governor, will take place June 28 with early voting dates to be announced soon.

Registration applications must be postmarked no later than June 3, 2022 and received by a board of elections no later than June 8, 2022 to be eligible to vote in the Primary.

Make sure your voice is heard! Register to vote or make updates (address, name) to your registration today.
Reduced Fare MetroCards Now Available Online
Bronx Children's Museum is a big supporter of companies and organizations that reduce or eliminate barriers to access. This month we are happy to promote MTA's efforts to bring helpful services and resources online for seniors and people with disabilities.

Riders who are 65 or older or have a qualifying disability can now apply for a reduced fair MetroCard online. Until now, customers could only apply by mail or in person.

To apply, visit Be sure to click the “interested in OMNY” box to stay up to date of the rollout of the "tap and go" OMNY program, MTA's contactless fare payment system for public transportation in the New York region.
Job Opportunities
Would you like to join our team? Bronx Children’s Museum is currently hiring for a number of positions including Development Assistant, Digital Marketing Coordinator, Security Officer, Office Manager, HR Coordinator, and Graphic Designer. You can view all the listings and descriptions by clicking below. 
Bronx Children's Museum is an equal opportunity employer with a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion. We prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender (including gender identity or expression), disability, veteran status, marital status, or any other legally protected status. The Museum encourages all qualified candidates, especially members of all underrepresented groups, to apply for vacant positions at all levels. This description shall not be construed as a contract of any sort for a specific period of employment.