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FREE AND LOW COST CLASSES FOR KIDS IN QUEENS WEEK OF OCTOBER 31

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free and low-cost classes to do with kids in Queens Find a schedule of free and low-cost kids' classes in Queens this week of October 31. Our weekly Queens class calendar includes dates, description, and pricing for children's programs throughout the area, including museum programs, academic classes, library events, nature programs, and much more. For upcoming kids classes in Queens, plus a host of other free and low-cost family activities, check out our complete calendar of events.

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Young Adult College Admissions 101: How to Pursue Your Higher Education, Part 4 of 4 - Queens Library: Broadway Branch
October 31, 2011 - Flushing

With all the help of the last three seminars, you are confident about your school choices, test scores, and admission applications. Now, learn how to keep college affordable. In this final session, the focus will be on finding and applying for financial aid.

Children's Orchestra - Corona Youth Music Project - Queens Library: Langston Hughes Branch
November 04, 2011 - Corona

If you want to give your kids the gift of music but aren't able to foot the cost of instruments or lessons, head to the library. The Corona Youth Music Project offers tuition-free programs for children and youth in Corona. The program fosters community building and social change through participation in choirs and orchestras. Visit www.nucleocorona.org for more information.

Mad Scientist: As the Leaf Turns - Alley Pond Environmental Center
November 05, 2011 - Douglaston

Put on your thinking caps and answer important environmental questions with fun and easy experiments. Learn about your environment through scientific studies and tests. Much of the class will take place outdoors, rain or shine, please dress appropriately. The class is limited to eight participants and a snack is included.

Free Music Lessons - New People's Church of New York
November 05, 2011 - Flushing

Is your child interested in learning a new instrument? The New People's Church of New York is offering four free beginner lessons on drums, guitar, bass guitar, and vocals for children ages 8-15. Having an instrument is preferred but not a requirement. Enrollment is limited so RSVP by emailing [email protected]

Batty for Bats - Alley Pond Environmental Center
November 06, 2011 - Douglaston

Did you know that we have bats living right here in Queens? They're not blind but they can catch 600 mosquitoes in just one hour. Bats are fascinating animals. Kids ages 3-6 learn about bats as the instructors dispel some common bat myths. The program includes a craft, a snack, a nature walk, and is limited to 12 participants.

LEGO Social Playgroup! - RoboMindTech Science & Learning Center
Through November 06, 2011 - Fresh Meadows

This playgroup meets for seven weeks and will allow your children to play together in a semi-structured environment while learning the inherent rules of social engagement. It is fun for siblings and friends. Playgroups have already begun, but registration is open on a rolling basis so bring your little one to engage in the fun.

Belly Dancing 101 - Queens Library: Langston Hughes Branch
November 07, 2011 - Corona

Kids tend to exercise more when they are having fun. In this beginners belly dancing class, teens get moving while still having fun. Cashel Saphire Campbell teaches the fundamentals of the ancient, mystical, and healing dance form also know as Raks Sharqui.

Belly Dancing 101 - Queens Library: Langston Hughes Branch
November 07, 2011 - Corona

Kids tend to exercise more when they are having fun. In this beginners belly dancing class, teens get moving while still having fun. Cashel Saphire Campbell teaches the fundamentals of the ancient, mystical, and healing dance form also know as Raks Sharqui.

Zumbatomic - Vibez Studio
Through October 01, 2012 - Bayside

Zumbatomic® is an upbeat dance workout designed exclusively for kids (ages 4-12). Zumbatomic classes are high-energy fitness parties packed with specially choreographed, kid-friendly routines, and all the music kids love. Parents love Zumbatomic because of the effects it has on kids such as increasing their focus and self-confidence, boosting metabolism, and enhancing coordination. Zumbatomic rounds out family fitness goals by giving parents a great reason to head to the gym – for themselves, for their kids, for a fun family experience.

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