The Connecticut Audubon Society's Center at Fairfield offers classes, programs and activities throughout the year, for all ages. More information about our offerings, including online registration, is available on our Center's website.
ChildPlay Enrichment Program-Each session will consist of a Play to Learn Class and Expressive Arts Class. The Play to Learn curriculum will focus on sensory enrichment, motor development, and include parent handouts to carryover activities at home. The Expressive Arts Portion will include a Yoga, Art, or Rhythm Class. Classes are professionally led. Parents/Guardians are encouraged to volunteer as needed. Great enrichment program for children 1-8 years!
Afterschool Group Classes-Mind Body Detectives : discover your brain controls and how to identify feelings and take charge of your body. Learn self-regulation tools & activities to calm down and feel better!
Move to Learn: a fun way to learn and get after-school work done while staying active. Focus on reflex, visual, and fine motor skill development through obstacles.
Social Skills Group: Contact Speech Pathology Group (SPG)
Our main building, the Kimberlin Nature Education Center, is located at our 285-acre Main Sanctuary at 613 Riversville Road in Greenwich and serves as the hub for our many nature programs, events, and activities throughout the year. Explore our programs and experience nature like never before at the Audubon Center in Greenwich.
Performance Program will train kids to perform Ballroom/Latin dances as a team. In addition they learn different style of dancing: Jazz, Modern, Classical Dance, Hip Hop and more... We welcome boys and girls - Ballroom and Latin Dance Classes are a g
STEM & Arts courses ranging from 3Dprinting, coding, cooking, drones, photography, robotics, theater and many options in between. Including Sports/Swimming & Fencing! Transportation & early/extended day options. More info at www.challengecamps.com
Our curriculum includes music, dramatic play, movement, yoga, Spanish, science, exploratory play, outdoor play, everyday skills, baking, cooking, field trips & guest speakers. We also offer early drop off, extended day, date night & community events
3d Video Game Creation Class
Kids learn the coding, graphic arts, writing and design needed to team up and create their own games from concept to completion, then publish their games to the Steam & Google Play Store.
Over 100 different classes & camps are offered ranging from academic (reading, writing, math, science) to enrichment (technology, art, music, cooking, film, sports, theater) to transition programs (intro middle school, high school, and college).
Little Dreamer is a creative time for kids to image, dream and create art that will inspire their young minds! We support sensory art, art therapy, mindful art and hands-on activities. Many programs are led by Kids for Kids!
Our curriculum, which features successive levels of Hindi, Coding and Chess for kids 4 to 14, is designed to expand cultural awareness and enhance problem-solving skills. Dance, Cricket, Yoga for Kids and Ultimate STEM are among ICC’s regular offerings.
MagicDance Toddler Classes, children ages 1 to 3 years & their Parent or Caregiver at Audubon Greenwich. Creative Movement, Dance, Music, Art, Languages, & Nature Science Tuesdays 9:15-11:15, with 1 hour option available. firstname.lastname@example.org
All classes are taught by highly experienced and certified teachers eager to spark fun and learning for each child. The field of science is ever growing, we invite your young scientist to join us for new opportunities and experiences!
Rye Nature Center offers classes throughout the year: Mommy & Me, Forest Kindergarten, Wilderness Encounters (Grades 1-3). Other classes and camps include Forest Preschool, Preschool Ecology, June Bugs, Summer Camp, and Paddle Adventure Camp.
Trifecta Hoops Summer Camp -- Basketball camp from for boys and girls ages 6-14. Runs June-August.
Summer League @ Scalzi Park -- Outdoor summer league for boys in 6th- 10th grade. Runs mid-July thru mid-August.
Tutoring in math & science.
The Masters School empowers independent thinkers through a rigorous curriculum based on active intellectual exploration. Our enriching curriculum seeks to impart a broad knowledge and develop intellectual capacities in a transformational way.
Classes are led by dedicated educators from the Westport school district and the region. Partner organizations also provide engaging programs and include 3Dux Design, Bricks 4 Kids, Happy Code Club, HobbyQuest, and more.
Each session, we create a balanced mix of new fresh classes and all time favorites, which are all easily accessed through our website and online registration, while
providing infrastructure with schools’ and families’ busy lives in mind.