City Fête – Wednesday, March 8th @ 6pm

Please join the Children’s Museum of the East End on Wednesday, March 8 at the Bryant Park Grill to celebrate the incredible contributions of Abby Levy and Amy Tarr, longtime Board Directors, and Bryan Cho of Related Companies. Benefiting the Museum’s outreach to underserved communities on the East End, this festive evening event features cocktails, […]

December 2016 – Letter From The President

Dear friend, 2016 has been one of the most rewarding and exhausting years of my life. In March, my wife and I welcomed our second son, Grant. I was worried initially that our two-year-old might have trouble with the adjustment, but he’s turned out to be a very caring big brother. While we have certainly […]


This holiday season, the Museum staff invites friends, families, and local businesses to join us in our commitment to provide toys and winter clothing for over 100 kids involved with our community partner organizations. New, unwrapped toys and books for 3- to 13-year-olds as well as new or gently worn winter clothing (including gloves, hats, and boots) in […]

“Science Connections” at Project Most

The Children’s Museum of the East End launched “Science Connections” at Project Most in East Hampton earlier this fall. Made possible with a grant from the Institute of Library and Museum Services, the after school, family program is designed to promote science literacy in a cross-cultural, interactive environment. We recently spoke with Project Most’s Kristin LaMonda Alversa […]

November 2016 – Letter From The President

Dear Friends, Now that we have a baby named Grant at home, my wife was trying to encourage Bennett, our two-year-old to treat his brother gently because he’s much smaller. “What are some of the things your little brother can’t do that you can do?” she asked. I think she imagined he would say something […]


Dear Friends, Parents may be their child’s first teacher, but I often find it challenging to model good behaviors for my children. This was made abundantly clear last week when my two-year-old son, Bennett, asked me, “Daddy, why you say f#%k?” It was right after I had accidentally knocked a new container of wipes into […]

Q&A with the Museum’s Director of Community Outreach, Leah Oppenheimer

From her early days as a social worker in Chicago to, more recently, the Director of Community Outreach for the Museum, Leah Oppenheimer has spent most of her life working with the underserved. We recently spoke with Leah about her background, her outreach efforts with the East End’s Latino population, and her ever expanding role at the Museum. […]

Q & A with Loretta Davis of The Retreat

Every October, Domestic Violence Awareness Month is observed to shed light on an issue that affects our community in a staggering way—almost 75% of Americans personally know someone who is or has been abused. One long-time partner of the Museum, The Retreat, has worked to address this issue by providing safety, shelter and support for victims of domestic […]

Q & A with Liz Joyce, Founder of Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre

Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre has been a long-time fixture on the East End, entertaining parents and children alike since 2001. Originally intended for just the summer season, the non-profit quickly blossomed into a year-round institution offering puppet shows, playgroups, family workshops, and special events. We spoke with the organization’s founder, Liz Joyce, and […]


Dear Friends, Recently, I have received a series of wonderful invitations from my two-year-old son, Bennett. “Come play with me, daddy,” he says each morning just after waking up. “What would you like to play,” I ask. While he frequently wants us to build trains together using his Duplo Lego bricks, he sometimes insists that we […]