Mathnasium, a math-only learning center, recently launched its new program First Steps, which is aimed to teach preschoolers the basics of math and make them comfortable with math before they start school. The math-only learning center in Queens aims to make math make sense to all children.
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.
The USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center is expanding its Mommy and Me tennis program to accommodate more participants, and is adding an Orange 2 class to its 10 and Under Tennis program.
Union Medical Urgent Care, an urgent care center in Fresh Meadows, recently added a dental office to its Queens location and welcomed David J. Wiseman, D.D.S., as its dentist to offer urgent dental care.
Mathnasium, a math-only learning center, recently began offering Friday hours, as well as summer hours through August. The math tutors in Queens utilizes the Mathnasium Method to help students catch up, keep up, and get ahead in math.
NY Kids Club, an early childhood educational and recreational program provider, recently opened its Long Island City location. The club offers preschool classes and early childhood enrichment classes.
Belle Arti Center for the Arts in Queens is offering three new creative summer programs in Forest Hills, including a music program for kids, a comic book illustration program for teens, and a music program for adults.
The No Kid Hungry Campaign, NYC Department of Education, and the NBA teamed up to kick off the 2014 Free Summer Meals program in NYC, which provides millions of free meals to kids and teens during summer school vacation.
AppleTree Day Care Center, located in Bayside, recently expanded it's learning center to include two more classrooms to accommodate a larger number of children.
New York Carousel, which operates Fantasy Forest at Flushing Meadows Carousel and the Forest Park Carousel, is finishing construction on Fantasy Shore, a small amusement park on Staten Island. New York Carousel has also added new features to its two carousels in Queens.
Twenty two Queens Library locations will be serving free Summer Meals to children and teens 18 years and younger, every Monday through Friday, June 27-Aug. 29. Summer Reading will be in full swing with plenty of free fun for all ages, as well.
NYC zoos welcomed several newborn baby animals this spring, including baby baboons in Brooklyn, a pair of gorilla babies and four lion cubs in the Bronx, a tiny pudu in Queens, and snow leopards and a white-necked crane chick in Central Park Zoo.
Bayview Swim Club, a family pool club located in Bayside, recently expanded its birthday party packages, while still keeping packages affordable. The swim club also has basketball and paddleball courts, slides, and a lawn area. It also employs qualified lifeguards.
JEI Learning Center Auburndale, an academic enrichment center in Queens, now offers Brain Safari for children in first through fifth grades. Brain Safari strengthens logical and analytical reasoning.
Blue Apple Early Childhood Learning Center, an Astoria preschool, aims to open for its first class in September. The Queens preschool's curriculum is aligned with the Common Core Standards.
Cookies The Kids Department Store in Jamaica, Queens recently expanded its location. The kids department store offers clothes, furniture, and toys.
Silvercare, which provides patients with customized braces and other home medical equipment, recently moved to a new location on Kissena Boulevard.
Further Music Studio, which offers music lessons in Queens, recently moved to a new location in Forest Hills. The studio offers piano, violin, and guitar lessons, as well as voice lessons. The studio also boasts the most affordable music lessons in New York City.
Mathnasium, an international chain of year-round math learning centers, recently opened a location in Astoria. The center creates individualized learning plans for students to build a strong foundation in math, and aims to “make math make sense.” Tutors utilize the Mathnasium Method to teach children with various tactics.
New York state health insurance provider Fidelis Care recently opened a community office in Ridgewood. Fidelis Care aims to make its services accessible to the communities it serves.
Flushing Town Hall reopened March 14 after a five-month renovation. With a fresh look, the theater kicked off its spring 2014 season, which will include many family-friendly performances and festivals.
The speech therapists at Aim High Speech and Occupational Therapy Services are currently hiring an occupational therapist. The Forest Hills therapy center offers speech therapy services, as well as bilingual therapy services, including Russian-English and Spanish-English.
Blue Man Group, which combines music, technology, and comedy for a theatrical experience, recently added to its birthday party offerings. The Blue Man Group birthday party now includes the opportunity to have cake in the lobby before the show. The unique birthday party in Manhattan is suitable for all ages.
More than 400 young tennis players from across NYC set a Guinness World Record on March 2 for the largest tennis lesson, which they played at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, Queens.
Manhattan-based Empire Tax Professionals recently opened an office in Forest Hills. The tax consultants firm specializes in family and child care taxes and offers tax return help for parents who are filing.