BRAC is committed to offering art classes free to youths (ages 9-21) who want to expand their creative horizons. Classes include ceramics, drawing, painting, darkroom photography, computer graphics & printmaking , comic book illustration & digital storyboarding. Classes last for 11 weeks throughout the year on weekends or after school. First come, first served but if classes are full, you can sign up on the waiting list.Email this post
KIDS in NYC
These links offer free admission and activities specifically geared toward children of New York City. Yes you can enjoy NYC with your kids. We hope these can keep them occupied at least for a while!
NYC public high school students can enroll in the Saturday Program for classes in: Drawing, Graphic Design, Painting, Sculpture, Sound Composition, Architecture and Portfolio Preparation. Both offer free courses with materials included. Students are represented in seasonal exhibitions, publications, and poetry slams, and take field trips to museums, artist studios, and galleries. All classes combine ‘hands on’ studio work with creative writing workshops and field trips to cultural sites.Email this post
Add your children (younger than 10 years) to the CPKids Birthday Club so that they can enjoy a free CPKids meal during their birthday month. You can expect the could in you email inbox.Email this post
Families can join the Urban Park Rangers for a free camping experience at any of the listed parks within the five boroughs. We start with a cookout, then a variety of evening activities, such as stargazing and night hikes. You can sleep under the stars and awake to the birds. Everything is included but you must RSVP at their website.Email this post
Get to know your bike, learn basic repairs and adjustments, and ride safely and confidently in traffic. Classes are taught by instructors certified by the League of American Bicyclists.
Classes for adults: Bike Commuting 101, Bike Maintenance 101, Learn to Ride, and Savvy Cyclist.
Classes for children and parents: Bike Driver’s Ed and Learn to RideEmail this post