summer programs

Summer Learning 2021: Virtual Summer Camp | The New York Public Library

It is almost officially summer time and as more businesses are opening up without COVID-19 restrictions, many parents are looking for summer programs for their children. If you can relate, keep reading! Starting June 5th the New York Public Library will be opening its summer learning program, featuring a KidsLIVE! author talk with Christian Robinson, who is the author and illustrator of “You Matter” and “Last Stop on Market Street”.

SUMMER FUN FOR NYC MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS

Registration is open for two summer intensives that allow middle school students to explore New York City’s green spaces and waterways. Both programs are free but require submitting an online application for enrollment. Space is limited. COASTAL CLASSROOM FREE SUMMER INSTITUTE Based at Kaiser Park, Coney Island, this five-week summer intensive offers a wide-range of hands-on opportunities and field experiences designed to explore diverse aquatic habitats throughout New York City. Learn

BPMM Adventures for Children

Why not give your children an historic adventure this summer? Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum is offering BPMM Adventures, two week-long summer sessions incorporating history and nature, for children entering grades 1 through 4. Participants will learn about 19th-century living through a mansion scavenger hunt; create Native American-inspired artwork using natural materials; explore Native American Three Sisters crops and heirloom vegetables and herbs in the brand-new Children’s Garden at Historic Bartow-Pell; burn