The Long Island Nets are partnering with United Way of Long Island as part of their ninth annual Stuff-A-Bus campaign to help local students from low-income families head back to school prepared.
YMCA of Long Island's new swim lessons program is focused on safety, swim basics, and drowning prevention.
Curvebreakers Test Prep is now offering subject matter tutoring for students in the sixth through ninth grades at the Mineola and Great Neck locations.
Birthday Wishes of Long Island, a nonprofit that provides birthday parties for homeless children, is encouraging kids to help others.
Mind Over Matter Health & Fitness brought workout alternatives to students at Brooklyn School of Inquiry this past school year. The company also offers trainers, classes, and boot camps.
Obstetrician and gynecologist Karyn Wat, M.D., will join Mesbah OB-GYN Women's Health Care & Wellness in July.
Tiny Sparkles Pediatric Dentistry, a dental practice for children ages 1-18, opened in February in Port Washington.
Empire State Fair will make its first-ever appearance on Long Island when it comes to the Coliseum in Uniondale for 11 days from July 20-30.
LI Parents Day will be held 11am-3pm on Sunday, September 17, at Long Island University’s Pratt Recreation Center (720 Northern Blvd. in Brookville).
The Professional Bull Riders will bring its Built Ford Tough Series back to Long Island this September.
Fire Island School District will soon be offering full-day pre-K and an expanded non-resident enrollment program at its public elementary school.
The Long Island Nets, the NBA Development League affiliate of the Brooklyn Nets, are launching a kids dance team.
Patrick McEnroe, a former U.S. Davis Cup captain, will serve as the co-director of John McEnroe Tennis Academy.
Not Just Art, an enrichment center for kids, recently launched a Music Together Generations program, in which young children and seniors jointly participate in a music-themed class.
Eglevsky Ballet, a dance academy and professional ballet company, recently announced its guest faculty who will be teaching the Summer Intensive Programs.
Trinity Episcopal Church Roslyn Childcare Center is launching a summer program for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years.
Nassau County business @ Play Amusements will be adding a video maker booth, a second bounce house, and bumper cars within the next couple months.
Camps ‘R’ Us, a day camp with locations all across Long Island, will be opening a location in Nassau County this summer.
The 43-year-old Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale will reopen early next month under its new name, NYCB Live, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum Presented By New York Community Bank.
Future Stars Summer Camps will add flag football and golf to its Old Westbury camp, and will offer its day camp programming at St. Joseph’s College in Patchogue.
Portledge School’s summer program in Locust Valley is launching a Career Pathways division and adding science, arts, and sports classes.
Camp director Kate Bedard joins the day camp in Oyster Bay, which now has more to offer campers ages 2-15.
Allied Foundation, a nonprofit founded by Allied Physicians Group, has opened a diaper bank in Plainview to help families in need living in Nassau and Suffolk counties.
BounceU of Farmingdale has added new slide inflatables and an obstacle course.
The CIIT Center opened an advanced treatment center for people with autism spectrum disorder in Nassau County.