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Moomah offers a killer parent-kid recipe: It’s part café (pouring Counter Culture coffee), part gymnasium, part art gallery, and part ecoexploratorium, all housed in the old Wetlands rock club in Tribeca. Kids go especially crazy for the Funky Forest, an interactive virtual ecosystem with infrared motion projectors that make imaginary trees grow and water ripple. In glow-in-the-dark-yoga (gloga?) classes, white-clad young yogis are illuminated by black light. Birthday parties come in three themes: princesses in space, superheroes go camping, and on the farm. The brainchild of Tracey Stewart (wife of The Daily Show’s Jon), Moomah invites drop-ins and keeps entrance rates relatively affordable. A new art playdate is $40, including supervision, lunch, and materials.
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