Simple building blocks are used to create structures, skills and smiles.
A war of words: Juhi Sarin, left, and Alfonsa Reyes of Staten Island, Brandon Gayle of South Ozone Park and Semi Williams of Brooklyn square off in an interborough “Boggle” competition.
Rany Batista, 8, left, of Manhattan and Asuah Hall, 6, of Queens employ math and strategy in the game of “Trouble.”
Elijah Hinson of Queens prepares to rip a cross-court forehand.
The dance competition was a hit with children of all ages.
Simbiat Bakare of Queens is all focus and concentration as she returns an opponent’s volley in the pingpong competition.
Katie Bonilla, left, Justin Trotman and Kaitlyn Nerys of Far Rockaway apply physics, economics and engineering as they must “buy” enough spaghetti strands and miniature marshmallows to construct a free-standing structure.
Forest Park played host to what is becoming an annual tradition on Saturday — a Fall Festiva…
Queens comic book, sci-fi, and fantasy aficionados donned their zaniest costumes to revel in…
“Family activities for all!” is what St. Helen Church in Howard Beach promised for its fall …