Artistree Performing Arts is a performing arts studio offering classes in acting, singing, dance, music and film for students ages 3 to 18 years old. Located in Mamaroneck, New York, the focus of Artistree’s instruction is to enhance the techniques required in all disciplines of theater and the arts. We strive to foster a community where students can build their confidence and establish friendships in a supportive, fun, and nurturing environment. Aside from classes, our offerings include day camps, birthday parties and more. Fall classes begin September 9. Fall shows include “FROZEN JR.” (1st-7th Grade); “FAME, JR.” (6th-8th Grade) and “HAIR” (9th-12th Grade).
ISG Gymnastics is proud to offer gymnastics classes to children ages 3 and up from beginner through competitive team! With bars, beam, vault, floor, travel rings, still rings, trapeze, trampoline, airtrack, rope, and bouncy castle, we promise your child will learn a ton while having fun!
Call 914-835-0010 to register!
MacInspires teaches acclaimed STEAM programs for ages five to sixteen in our Makerspaces. From coding and 3D printing to robotics, movie making and more, MacInspires is here to inspire your child’s curiosity and unlock their potential through technology and the tech arts! MacInspires STEAM Enrichment is held in our Makerspaces complete with six activity zones full of equipment, tools and materials! A Tinker Studio, Microcontroller Zone, Audio & Video Area, Fab Lab, Robotics Table and Computer Tables!
Clinics offered for all levels and all ages, starting with our intro to tennis for 3-4 year olds though to our elite juniors and beyond! USTA teams, private lessons, drop-in clinics and more. Visit our website today: www.proformtennisacademy.com
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Friends of Rye Nature Center offers a variety of afterschool programs to get children outside and exploring the natural world through the changing seasons.
Forest Kindergarten utilizes a place-based philosophy as well as student-led activities to promote learning all while having fun exploring the forest. Seasonal projects will challenge children to get creative with natural materials and their surroundings.
Our immersive Wild Outside program challenges first and second graders to use their imagination, energy, tools, and teamwork to better understand our local woodlands.
Third and fourth graders in Wilderness Encounters will learn to use basic tools, make tools out of natural materials, practice wilderness skills and foraging basics, and make weekly discoveries in the changing forest.
Middle schoolers are invited to join Environmental Science Club for a seasonal exploration of Rye Nature Center. Weekly sessions will tackle local environmental problems as well as teach students how to become better stewards of the earth. Activities include survival skills, American eel monitoring, box turtle tracking, animal care, and much more.