Music Together® with Music and Me known as Mommy, Music and Me since 2003, starts the fall with a new name, look and additional location in Flushing.
Rubie’s Costume Company is featuring new Halloween attractions at each of its locations.
The Progressive Martial arts school in Queens, NY has changed its working hours to seven days a week and is now open on Sundays.
The Multiplication Fact Fluency program which assesses students’ abilities not only to recall the products of multiplication facts in families 0-12 quickly and accurately, recently launched at Mathnasium Astoria.
Belle Arti Center for the Arts will be offering Saxophone and woodwinds classes that will start in September of this year.
Reflexion Dance and Fitness has new classes starting in September, including World Hop and Boys Crew.
NYMetroParents is proud to announce the 8 finalists in the 2016 Kids Cover Contest.
Now families who visit Prospect Park Zoo and Queens Zoo can learn more about that work through the newly expanded WCS Quests experiential program.
When to catch free admission at NYC's children's museums, zoos, aquariums, and botanical gardens.
The JEI program and FasTracKids will be added to the Clover Prep after school curriculum starting Sept. 8th.
Rose Academy of Ballet, in Forest Hills, started a new program called Wiggle and Scribble, where children ages 15-32 months can socialize, dance, sing, and explore art in a nurturing and fun environment.
Beyond Tutors opens in Bayside, Queens.
A multi-sensory instructional program designed to aid children with learning disabilities, launches at Comprehensive Consultation Psychological Services, P.C.
This September, Whitestone Lanes is offering a new twist on their annual kid-friendly bowling club, with a Walking Dead theme.
Paul Raimonda Playground, located in Astoria, Queens, reopens after renovations.
Mary Whalen Playground in Woodhaven, Queens, reopens after 10 months of renovation construction.
The Liberty Science Center is hosting The Science of Pizza event for the launch of its Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle exhibit, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Secrets of the Sewer, which will be on view through Sept. 5.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art will display works of art from 90 public school students from across the five boroughs of New York City.
Queens Borough President Melinda Katz announced this week that upgrades are being planned to the South Hollis Library.
Families can enjoy a variety of fun activities and entertainment at the first Queen Children’s Festival on June 4 and June 5 from 10:30am-4pm.
Apple Tree Day care launches new Kindergarten Readiness Program.
The 2016 JEI Math Olympiad was held on March 19 and winners were recently announced.
Nothing says summer like taking in family-favorite films under the night sky.
Despite hundreds of new pre-kindergarten seats that are opening in Queens for next school year, competition remains fierce and waitlists remain long in many heavily populated neighborhoods.
Garden School in Jackson Heights announced its full Merit Scholarship winners for 2016: Asia Chen, a fifth-grader from Flushing, and Michael O'Sullivan, a fifth-grader who lives in Sunnyside.