Green Apron Kitchen, a cooking school in Bensonhurst, added four birthday party packages to its offerings this summer.
Young Chefs Academy of New City, a cooking school for kids, launches Camp Can-I-Cook, a series of themed mini-camps.
The full-service bakery in Larchmont has added classes and camp for children, plus gourmet doughnuts.
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Jacques Torres has opened the first-ever chocolate museum at his shop in Soho, with chocolate tastings, the history of cacao and chocolate, and hands-on activities to make your own chocolate creations.
Valentina Hantke, owner of The Art Farm in the city, gives tips on how to instill a love of nature in your city kid.
Flourish Baking Company will be offering after-school workshops to teach professional sweet and savory baking techniques for aspiring chefs and bakers.
Why buy chocolate from a grocery store when you can make your own? Check out one of these classes with your mini chocolate lover and create your own sweet treats!
Pink Canary Desserts offers holiday dessert making workshops.
Voila Chocolat, a chocolatier on the Upper West Side, offers chocolate-making classes for kids and adults in Manhattan. The chocolatier also offers birthday parties, and other events.
Sense you’ve got a budding chef—or at least a discriminating foodie—on your hands? A cooking class geared to kids may just ignite an interest into a lifetime passion.
Chocolate Works, which has a network of candy stores across the New York metro area, recently opened on the Upper East Side, and began offering new classes at the Upper West Side location. Chocolate Works also hosts chocolate-themed birthday parties.
Natalie Cruz, founder of Coolinary Kitchen, is offering three new classes through the cooking program for kids, including gluten-free cooking, as well as nutritional consulting for families.
Celebrations in the Kitchen, a birthday party location in Hicksville that offers cooking birthday parties, now offers make-your-own-pizza parties for boys and girls.
Chop Culinary Entertainment now offers Saturday cooking and baking classes for kids in Mamaroneck. The Westchester-based culinary entertainment service also offers birthday party entertainment.
New York Kids Club, a children's activity center, recently opened its Park Slope location. The center offers various kids classes including theater, dance, gymnastics, and cooking, as well as birthday parties and after-school pick-ups.
Oh My Girls!, a healthy lifestyle club for girls on Long Island, recently added classes for girls with special needs to their offerings. OMG! offers cooking and fitness classes, as well as a health club that teaches girls to make healthy choices in a safe, parent-free, after-school environment.
New York Kids Club, an enrichment center for children, plans to open two new locations in Brooklyn—Park Slope and Williamsburg. The center offers many classes for Brooklyn kids, including art, cooking, fitness, and music. And with the pick-your-own classes, parents can easily accommodate their schedules. New York Kids Club also offers birthday party, seasonal camp, and open play time packages.
Lisa Basini, The Baking Coach, usually teaches people the art of baking in their own homes. With the opening of her new location in Port Jefferson, she now hosts adult and kid classes as well as birthday parties.
Kidberry, a learning and developmental play center for children in Harlem, offers some of the only classes of its kind in the neighborhood.