1. The Art Farm NYC Has Moved!

    The Art Farm NYC has a new location! Whether it’s your first time with us or you’ve enjoyed our family-friendly activities in NYC before, we’d like to take this opportunity to tell you that we’ve moved to 431 E. 91st Street. This is just a few buildings down the street from our old location! We’re on the second floor and we couldn’t be happier to have a bigger building space. We are lo…Read More

  2. Classes for Toddlers Begin September 3!

    Can you believe that fall is just around the corner? It seems like just yesterday that we were celebrating 17 years of business, and now we’re already preparing for another fun-filled semester of classes for toddlers. At The Art Farm NYC, we’re committed to helping parents and their little ones grow through exciting classes and other educational opportunities. In today’s post, we’re going …Read More

  3. The Art Farm Celebrates 17 Years!

    The Art Farm NYC is celebrating 17 years of business! We’re tremendously proud of the business we’ve grown and the enrichment opportunities we’ve provided to New York City youth.   As part of our 17-year celebration, we’re looking back at how we’ve grown from a small program to a robust organization.   The Art Farm NYC Stats   Over 10,000 birthday parties hosted A USDA-lic…Read More

  4. The Time Is Now To Sign Up For Summer Camps

    Summer camp registration is now open at the Art Farm NYC! If you’re looking for a way to enrich your child’s daily routine during the summer, look no further than our summer camps for kids in New York City. Reasons To Register For Summer Camp Now If summertime still seems far away, it’ll be here before you know it — and our camp slots will be filled! Check out these reasons to register for…Read More

  5. How Classes For Kids Support Toddler Socialization

    As a parent, the thought of your toddler learning to socialize can instill more fear than excitement. After all, your toddler has a nascent control of basic language, and their favorite words are most likely “No” or “I want!” It’s completely normal for your toddler to have trouble sharing; in fact, we’re not born instinctively knowing how to share. Instead, sharing is taught and learne…Read More