Gemma Saylor, a registered dietitian nutritionist based on Long Island, launched The Food Wizard For Kids in April to help families learn about and enjoy healthy eating.
Act As If Etiquette & Protocol is adding venues in Northport and Oyster Bay, at which children ages 4 and older will be able to take etiquette classes starting in October.
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 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.
TJE Dance Force has added more special needs dance classes at the Holbrook and Saint James studio locations.
Grace Music School will be offering Music FunTime classes, for children ages 18 months to 7 years, at the Melville location starting in the fall.
Birthday Wishes of Long Island, a nonprofit that provides birthday parties for homeless children, is encouraging kids to help others.
Tobacco Action Coalition of Long Island will be leading a Reality Check youth advocacy training for 25 middle school students, starting July 6.
The Gateway Performing Arts Center of Suffolk County recently created the Children's Theatre Conservatory program to produce more performance opportunities for students.
Fire Island School District will soon be offering full-day pre-K and an expanded non-resident enrollment program at its public elementary school.
Tower Talent, an acting development center in Melville, is now offering private lessons to help children ages 5 and older prepare for a big audition.
NYMetroParents is seeking to fill two sales positions, one for Big Apple Parent in Manhattan and the other for Long Island Parent's Suffolk edition.