Kidz Central Station’s Pop-Up Classes: Next one at Gymboree Play & Music!
You know how jack-in-the-boxes play a little whimsical music and then “Jack” or a fun animal or character suddenly pops up to the absolute delight of your child? Well, that’s just what the clever folks at Kidz Central Station had in mind when they created their popular and ever growing Pop Up Kids Classes!
Out of nowhere and when you least expect it, FUN and fabulous kids’ classes POP UP in different locations around NYC – which is why Mommybites is excited to announce when these classes pop up in locations in “your neck of the woods” (to quote Al Roker). In fact, there’s one popping up next week! So ditch the jack-in-the-box and head on over! Here
are the details:
Kidz Central Station and their friends at Gymboree Play & Music, and Bluum, are excited to bring you the next great Kids’ Pop-Up Class on Tuesday, August 19th. Join Kidz Central Station at Gymboree’s West 73rd Street gym for a one-time class for kids and their parents. With a fun mixed-aged class, followed by open play and a pizza party, why not pop in and enjoy? It’s the perfect place to spend a summer afternoon meeting new friends and playing with your little one.
Plus, all who attend receive a FREE Bluum box (a $40 value) filled with tons of fun goodies for your child!
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Kidz Central Station offers way more than just Pop Up classes! They use technology to solve the problem so many busy parents face – finding a simple way to search for, book, and manage their children’s classes, camps, and local family events. With thousands of classes from activity providers throughout NYC, Kidz Central Station makes it easy for parents to search by the criteria most important to them, sign up for trial classes, and enroll in the best kids’ activities all in one place.
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