Tinkergarten’s kids classes are age appropriate for 18 month - 8 year olds, and are run by parents and other community members. Classes take place in Central Park: West 72nd Street, Morningside Park - 114th St, Central Park: 100th and North, Astoria Park, Fort Tryon Park, Newbridge Road Park, East Bay Park, Carl Schurz Park, Central Park East Meadow, Forest Park, Richmond Hill, Central Park: 93rd and CPW, Central Park: Lilac Walk, Cunningham Park, Riverside Park Crab Apple Grove, Central Park Pinetum: 86th and CPW, Yellowstone Park, Forest Hills, Wantagh Park , The Overlook at Forest Park, Kew Gardens, Long Beach Beach Park, Kennedy Plaza, Juniper Valley Park, Middle Village, Bronxville Lake (Bronx River Park), McCarren Park , Inwood Hill Park, Central Park Harlem, Brady park , Central Park - The Great Hill, Allison Park (Palisades Interstate Park), Broad Channel (Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge), A Queens Area Park, Massapequa Preserve/ Brady Park, Tanglewood Preserve, Broad Channel (Sunset Cove Park), Eisenhower Park, Kissena Park, Bowne Park, Laguardia Landing Lights, Jackson Heights, St. Mark's Garden, a Massapequa area park, Clinton Cove, Msgr. McGolrick Park, Fort Greene Park, Charles Memorial Park (Gateway National Recreation Area, Jamaica Bay), Mill Pond Preserve Wantagh, Norman J. Levy Park, Central Park: 81st and CPW, Travers Park, Saxon Woods Park, Englewood Cliffs area park, Tappen Beach, Van Cortlandt Park, Kissena Park Tennis Courts, Bailey Arboretum, Rock Hall Museum, Hunter's Point South Park, Sea Cliff Area Park, Locust Valley Area Park, Prospect Park: 3rd Street, Davis Park, Prospect Park: Music Pagoda, 82nd Street Park , A Scarsdale Area Park, James J. Braddock North Hudson County Park, The Boathouse in Prospect Park, Chelsea Piers Field, Westchester Lenoir Preserve, Hudson Lab School, Ridge Road Park, Harts Brook Preserve, Griffin Park Tenafly , Brookwood Hall Park, Marjorie Post Park , Heckscher State Park, and Gardiner County Park, and more!
Tinkergarten’s play-based learning curriculum of outdoor activities is the best way for kids to experience Great Neck Village, Nassau in the winter. Moms, dads and their kids can enroll in a class and join one of our existing playgroups, or improve their own playgroup by becoming a Tinkergarten leader. Join the other parents and kids in Nassau to play and learn outdoors together!