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92nd Street Y


Time Out says

The 92nd Street Y is proud to offer an incredible range of programs and services to New Yorkers of all ages. They offer early childhood support, parenting classes, summer camps, and after-school activities. There are also multiple classes available for older adults, including exercise classes, sign language classes, and writing workshops. Additionally, 92NY provides a robust variety of continuing education programs on topics ranging from world politics to how to publish your own memoir.

Many of their courses are geared toward beginner students, like the Acrylic Painting for Absolute Beginners and the Drawing for Beginners workshops. Both of these courses last only a few hours but provide a robust introduction to these creative skills. Expert teachers will share their tips and tricks to achieve high-quality results. Supplies are not included, but a list of required materials will be sent to students prior to the start of class. 

92NY is one of New York City’s premiere nonprofit agencies and cultural centers. Originally founded to serve the Jewish community, it has since expanded its programming to provide quality services to people of all religious and ethnic backgrounds. In nearly 150 years, 92NY has never wavered from its primary mission of improving the physical and mental health of the individuals they serve. 92NY is a registered four-star charity through Charity Navigator. They provide arts education for students K-12, including dance, music, and writing programs. The center also regularly offers cultural events open to the public both online and in-person.

People who have attended classes at 92NY offer high praise for their various programs, frequently recommending their courses to others. The instructors at 92NY are regularly described as being friendly, helpful, and engaging. Former students have also shared that classes at 92NY offer a good combination of fun and information, making the students eager to learn and excited to take additional courses. 

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1395 Lexington Ave
New York
Cross street:
at 92nd St
Subway: 6 to 96th St
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