Where's Kathy?

Super Science Cyber School Day
Tuesday, January 23
The Academy of Naural Sciences 
of Drexel University
Philadelphia, PA

Join Kids Corner producer Robert Drake has he sits in for Kathy and hosts a fun-filled day designed for cyber school and home-schooled students of all ages - starting as young as prekindergarten. The day features some amazing hands-on science workshops and more! For more info and a lineup of the day's activities, ansp.org

Peter Pan
Now through February 4
Arden Theatre 

Philadelphia, PA

Join Peter on his adventure to Neverland, a magical island where there are no parents, no chores, and fairies and pirates rule! Introduce your children and grandchildren to the characters you loved from J.M. Barrie's timeless masterpiece: Wendy Darling, Tinker Bell, Captain Hook, a horde of mischievous Lost Boys, Nana the dog, and – last but not least – a very hungry, ticking crocodile. For more info, ardentheatre.org

The Johnny Shortcake Show 
January 27/28
SEI Innovation Studio 
Kimmel Center 
Philadelphia, PA

Suppose your nose was where your elbows goes... Would you call them smell-bows? Johnny Shortcake would! The Johnny Shortcake Show is a magical journey that feels like a funky dance party, featuring unforgettable songs for young and old alike, and starring Philadelphia's premier soul crooner Johnny Showcase.  For more info, .kimmelcenter.or

Family Movie Series
Saturday Afternoons
The Colonial Theatre 
, PA 

Join us Saturdays in winter as we celebrate some of the best in family movies: 

1/13: The Sound Of Music
1/20: The Muppet Movie
1/27: Billy Elliot
2/3: Groundhog Day
2/10: My Neighbor Totoro

For more info and a complete list, thecolonialtheatre.com

Night Train 57
Saturday February 3
McCarter Theatre
Princeton NJ 

Enter the freewheeling musical world of Dan Zanes, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Claudia Eliaza, and special guests for an interactive folk “opera” that takes audiences on a far-out ride to the galaxies and back. This world-premiere adventure welcomes travelers of all ages and sensory levels with festive original folk songs played on guitar, trombone, mandolin, flute, harmonica, ukulele, percussion—and, of course, voices For more, visit mccarter.org