Classes Directory

Butter Beans Cooking and Gardening Adventures


Discover the fun and flavor of farm-to-table cooking while forging fun new memories in the kitchen and garden! Designed to engage food explorers and eaters of all palates, Butter Beans camps and cooking classes will provide budding chefs, foodies, and farmers the opportunity to experience the full breadth of meal preparation from seed to table.  

From exploring NYC's food landscape to foraging in central park, from julienning carrots to rolling handmade pasta dough, junior chefs and campers gain knowledge and appreciation for the healthy food that fuels them. 

Kids cooking classes are open to children ages 6-10 on Saturday mornings in May and June with drop-off available. Adult classes are available on Thursday evenings. Put on your chef's hat and register today!

For a complete to farm-to-table experience, join Butter Beans at their Food and Garden Summer Camp! Locations in Manhattan and Brooklyn.


Cambridge Arts Academy


Cambridge Arts Academy is one of the top private music schools in Massachusetts. They offer lessons for all ages and skill levels and are open year round!

Children between the ages of 2.9 and 5 may take lessons at the teacher's approval.

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Carmelo the Science Fellow - Classes


Get into construction, dissection, chemistry, dinosaurs, forces, and more through Carmelo the Science Fellow's science classes. Classes are all hands-on and age-specific so that every child learns by doing, every day. Carmelo the Science Fellow’s after school classes facilitate inquiry-based science activities that are fun to do and, at the same time, develop a number of science process skills like problem solving, creative thinking, decision making, classifying, measuring, and many more. Carmelo creates opportunities for students to see science as part of their everyday experiences, whether learning through the eyes of a biologist, physicist, geologist, botanist, or ecologist. Every session, each child who attends will understand and experience these many disciplines of science. For instance, young kids may participate in a class on Pirates, where they'll learn about buoyancy, construct air cannons, build catapults, and so much more.

Chess NYC - Classes


Chess NYC has established itself as a leader in chess excellence and education. The Chess NYC philosophy is to emphasize the sport and fun of chess, providing engaging, accelerated instruction followed by supervised, spirited play. Each student associates chess with fun, and, therefore, larger numbers of them ultimately excel or at least become proficient in the great, significant game of chess. And from there—excellence.

From absolute beginners to championship programs and everything in between, Chess NYC boasts some of the very best tailored programs for everyone. With many citywide locations in Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and the New York metro area, there is no shortage of seats to fill.

Looking to start a chess program? Chess NYC can help!

Children's Museum of the Arts Classes


Children’s Museum of the Arts offers a variety of classes across a range of art techniques. Taught by teaching artists, these art-filled courses encourage your child or teen to express creativity, develop an artistic voice, and build critical thinking skills. CMA also provides free inclusive classes on weekends for families with children on the autism spectrum and children living with physical challenges.

CMA’s after-school program, stART Studio classes (for ages 5 and under), and Art Colony Day Camps inspire children to build upon their artistic skills while exploring creative and imaginative expression. The after-school program features semester-long classes for young artists ages 5 to 15. stART Studio classes introduce art making to children as young as 10 months, encouraging self-expression, socialization, and creativity. The Art Colony Day Camp program consists of one-day or weeklong innovative art camps held during school breaks.

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China Institute - Classes


From language classes and tutoring to AP/SAT prep and immersive camps, China Institute offers something fun for everyone. Chartered by the Board of Regents, China Institute offers year-round programs for kids of all ages and levels, allowing flexibility while preparing your child for the future. All classes are led by experienced, native Chinese-speaking teachers.

Little Mandarins (ages 18 months-4 years)
Play, learn, and interact while being immersed in Mandarin Chinese.

Chinese for Toddlers (ages 2-3)
Classes have a theme-based curriculum where students are fully immersed in Chinese language through songs, games, and interactive activities.

After-School Chinese (ages 4+)
China Institute offers language classes at all proficiency levels in a student-centered environment.

STEAM + Mandarin (ages 7-9)
Join this class to have fun with STEAM topics, deepen understanding of Chinese culture, and reinforce Mandarin Chinese.

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Choreography by Rae


Choreography by Rae provides fun, recreational dance classes for ages 4 and up. Specializing in dance education that nurtures the whole dancer, the program boosts self-confidence and focuses on fun and good form rather than trophies and tricks. Choreography by Rae offers small class sizes and performance opportunities. All skill levels are welcome to join.

Please visit for more information and to register.

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City Sounds Music Together


Every week in City Sounds Music Together classes, babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and the grown-ups who love them come together to play musically. Little ones love playing along in class, and caregivers love being a part of their children’s growth into confident music-makers. Music Together is the perfect family activity! 

This fall, classes will sing, play, laugh, and learn with the Music Together Bongos song collection. The songs include lots of upbeat, active songs like “See How I’m Jumping,” a take on the timeless nursery rhyme “Hey, Diddle, Diddle,” and beautiful melodies such as the Japanese song “Hotaru Koi” and “Walking through the Woods.”

In addition to weekly classes, your tuition includes recordings and materials for you to use at home, a family newsletter with more at-home music-making ideas, and online access to the songs through the Hello Everybody app.

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Computerwisekids is inviting kids to create vs. consume. Did you know you can introduce coding, programming, and typing to your child in an educational and exciting way? Sign up for tech classes! Your child can try any class once for only $15.

Class Options Include:

  • Minecraft Tournaments (grades K-8)
  • Coding Drones and Robots (grades K-5)
  • Minecraft Mods and Programming (grades 2-8)
  • Robotics with Raspberry Pi (grades 4-5)
  • Robotics with VEX IQ (grades 4-8)
  • Begin to Code (grades K-3)
  • Typing Practice (grades K-12)
  • Coding Intermediate & Advanced (grades 3-8)
  • Python & JavaScript (grades 4-8)
  • Maker Space 3-D Design & Printing (grades 2-8)

Call 818-206-2628 to book a class today! See Schedule.

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Congregation Rodeph Sholom - Classes


Come play with Congregation Rodeph Sholom this fall! They have a whole new fall class lineup for families with young children. They are excited about the return of Shabbat and Play for babies, new classes for 3 and 4 year olds, and the world premiere of Music Together® Sing Shalom—fun for the whole family! Classes are filling up quickly, and you're encouraged to register soon. Please visit to learn more and sign up.

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