Sunday Funday, the annual family benefit for the Children’s Museum of Manhattan (CMOM), is the New York City event for excitement and fun! Bouncy castles and face-painting, race cars and basketball stars, Nickelodeon characters and jugglers, arts and crafts, and music and dance filled Pier 60 at Chelsea Piers on Sunday, January 27th in support of CMOM’s citywide outreach programs at the Museum and at Head Start centers, schools, libraries, homeless shelters, and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

CMOM Family Benefit Committee Co-Chair Nessia Sloane Kushner kicked off the festivities by welcoming the multi-generational audience. Children and adults enjoyed a sing-along with Nick Jr.’s Canticos, Ardea Arts’ BOUNCE the Basketball Opera, Justin the Magician’s wondrous tricks, and even a classic CMOM Dance Party hosted by DJ Supra. Attendees showed off their sporting skills with former New York Giant Justin Tuck, WNBA Swin Cash and NBA legend Ron Harper. The toddler crowd was thrilled to meet Paw Patrol’s Rubble and Chase and Nella from Nella the Princess Knight.

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[Photos by Josh Wong]