The 14th Street Y is a thriving and dynamic community center located in the heart of the East Village. With classes ranging from fitness, swimming, music and so much more for kids and adults alike! The 14th Street Y also classes and programs like camps, preschool, and Two by Two.
7 Fine Arts is Hoboken's newest creative studio where you can learn old master oil painting, cool 3D abstract art, and illustration/anime, to 3D sculptural painting, and specialty workshops that change with the seasons.
92nd Street Y is a world-class cultural and community center where people all over the world connect through culture, arts, entertainment and conversation. For over 140 years, we have harnessed the power of arts and ideas to enrich, enlighten and change lives, and the power of community to repair the world.
As a proudly Jewish organization, 92Y enthusiastically welcomes and reaches out to people of all ages, races, faiths and backgrounds while embracing Jewish values like learning and self-improvement, the importance of family, the joy of life, and giving back to our wonderfully diverse and growing community, both locally and around the world.
There is no other place like 92Y.
The Abrons supports the creation and presentation of innovative, multi-disciplinary work; cultivates artists in all stages of their practice through educational programs, commissions, and residencies; and serves as an intersection of cultural engagement for local, national, and international audiences and arts-workers.
ACD is a Family Owned business which opened in November 2017, after the owner, who has provided in home child care in Astoria for over 10 years noticed a lack of activities, classes and play for parents and children to enjoy on a daily basics. ACD is proud to support moms and dads who themselves are entrepreneurs in the children arts/activity fields. Since opening ACD has joined up with many businesses that are based in Astoria and New York such as "Allergic to Salad", "Tiny Tunes", local artist Natasha Bhagwanani who has created an amazing "Intro to Art" program and "Petite Ballroom". ACD also works with programs such as "Kids Music Together", "The Pineapple Explorers Club" and "Soccer Friends USA". Our goal is to provide a safe and educational space for children to learn and grow through exploring, music, dance and PLAY most of all!
ATNY Kids & Teens is one of NYC’s top schools for acting & industry networking. We have top acting classes in NY for Kids & Teens who want to hone their craft and meet Top NY agents, as well as audition in New York. We have exclusive audition technique coaches and Casting Directors whose expertise is strictly casting for kids.
205 Columbia St, Columbia Street Waterfront District
Aikido of South Brooklyn offers aikido and yoga programs for children starting at age 4, teenagers, and adults. We are located in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn. AOSB's head instructor, Josh Paul, has been practicing and teaching aikido for nearly 20 years. He is a full-time aikido teacher, as well as a 200-hour Yoga Alliance certified yoga instructor.
Ajna Dance Company is New York’s premier Indian dance company, specializing in artistic and authentic choreography. The company was created in 2012 with the purpose of sharing Indian dance in all its forms – folk, classical, and film – with a global and diverse audience. Ajna offers classes in a number of styles for dancers of all levels. These include Bollywood, Bhangra, classical Indian dance (Bharathanatyam and Kathak), semi-classical blend, Gujarati folk dance, cardio dance, and yoga-movement. Weekly group classes (available for both children and adults) teach technique, conditioning, expression, and choreography.
We specialize in healthy, fun, hands-on cooking lessons that explore international cuisine with children. We’re less concerned about drilling in “what’s good for us” and more on finding out that cooking is fun. Together we develop basic kitchen skills such as kitchen safety, knife technique, measuring, an appreciation of kitchen tools and the various techniques each recipe requires. In handing the students the ingredients, giving them agency over the production of the meal and allowing them to smell, taste, measure and manipulate each part of the cooking process, we hope to open up a new perspective on food and help students begin a lifetime of cooking nourishing food. At the end of every lesson we have the opportunity to taste the dish we’ve made together.We don’t believe in “kids menus” and there are no “picky eaters,” but real food in tastes, combinations, and textures we have yet to explore. For instance, while we might think we don’t like tomatoes, we often find our watermelon-tomato gazpacho pretty tasty.We believe healthy, wholesome food is for everyone, and attempt to keep our classes affordable to everyone: they are almost always free! We utilize fresh, local, seasonal, and organic ingredients whenever possible While we are cognizant and sensitive to the variety of food allergies prevalent, the foods we share are for most every child, whatever the age, who declares he is “Allergic to Salad.”There are only two rules in the cooking kitchen:1) Try everything2) You don’t have to like it
Ann's Family Daycare, has operated as a group family daycare servicing children ages four months to twelve years since 2005. We believe all children deserve opportunities to explore and discover their creativity through the exposure to a variety of arts media (music, art, dance, foreign languages, passions). We are licensed by the Department of Health and participate in the CACFP program to deliver nutritional meals to children on a daily basis. The program is owned and operated by a NYS licensed guidance counselor committed to helping children develop socially, emotionally, and academically to succeed in the future. All program staff members attend 15 hrs of training in early childhood development each year. We are certified in child/infant CPR and first aid. We use a research based curriculum to ensure the academic and social/emotional needs of each child is being met.