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How to spend your not-so-snowy Snow Day (thanks, Juno!)

Museum of the City of New York

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So Juno didn't bring a Roman god's worth of thunder andflurry fury down on NYC, but many in the city still got a snow day. Looking for something to do? There's plenty.

City parks are open as of 11 a.m., but careful with the ice and fallen branches.

Most evening performances on Broadway are scheduled to go on, with the exceptions of "Aladdin" and "The Lion King." Check Broadway.org for showtimes .

Most of the biggest museums are closed, including the American Museum of Natural History, the 9/11 Memorial, MoMA and the Met. But the Museum of the City of New Yorkis open. Perhaps they have something about the actual Storm of the Century that hit the city in 1947?

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