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KidPass Launches Nationally with Online Classes & $100,000 Grant To Support Families

We’re thrilled to announce that KidPass has expanded nationally. Now, families anywhere in the country can learn theater from actors in Los Angeles, STEAM from scientists in the Bay Area, and painting from artists in New York City. As always, you can book classes individually or sign up for a monthly subscription to get additional members-only discounts. In addition to our national launch, we know that many families and teachers are facing financial hardships at the moment due to the coronavirus pandemic. To support our community, we’ve launched a new KidPass Cares initiative to assist both families and teachers in need. For families, KidPass is offering $100,000 in free class grants this month to make classes more accessible to families in need. Up to $50 per eligible family can be applied to a class or semester program purchase. With thousands of schools on part-time schedules or fully-closed, parents are looking online for classes more than ever. If your school has been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, you can request a free class grant by submitting this …

17 New York City Museums to Visit with Kids This Fall

It’s no secret NYC and its surrounding areas are home to some of the best museums in the country, and perhaps the world. What you may not know is that several of them are right here on KidPass, with programs and classes that cater specifically to children. Read on so you and your little artist can discover them all!

12 Things To Do With Kids Over Labor Day Weekend in NYC

Labor Day marks the unofficial end of summer, so get out there and have some family fun to celebrate (or mourn)! Embrace the warm weather and head out on a fishing expedition or take a surfing lesson, immerse yourselves in a live interactive show, or get pampered before the first day of school. And don’t forget, while summer activities may be coming to an end, KidPass Fall fun is just getting started!