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Sun, April 26, 2015
Family Swim (Ends at 12:00 PM)
MY Clubhouse (Ends at 4:30 PM)
MY Lounge (Ends at 4:30 PM)
Imagination Playground (Ends at 4:30 PM)
Intro to Ballet (2 - 3 Yrs)
Introductory Ceramics Workshop
Pottery Painting (Ends at 4:00 PM)
Intro to Ballet (4 - 6 Yrs)
Family Swim (Ends at 4:30 PM)
Lap Swim (Ends at 4:30 PM)

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Our Blog

MY SONYC Filmmaking Intensives
Mar 04, 2015
Last February, Manhattan Youth hosted a film camp during the mid-winter recess. We had 12 students, three teachers, and a whole lot of fun! But that was just the beginning of an exciting new chapter for our Middle School After-School Program...

One year later, we are proud to say that this small camp has flourished into an full-blown, citywide program. This year's February intensive had 76 students from 20 different NYC schools and a roster of 8 professional filmmaking instructors from diverse filmmaking backgrounds.

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This Weekend at the Center — Tribeca Family Festival
Apr 23, 2015

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Chinese Salad
Apr 21, 2015
Stir-fried, braised or raw, Napa Cabbage has probably found a place at your table at one time or another. This is one of the first Asian vegetables to have taken root in U.S. households. Once considered an exotic ingredient, this cabbage can be found in most well-stocked grocery stores across the U.S
Also referred to as Chinese cabbage, Napa Cabbage is more versatile than the common green cabbage. You can use it in stir-fry as well as soup and many other Asian dishes . But as the sunny days are coming, this Chinese salad will easily find its way to your table.

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