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  • Music for Aardvarks and Other Mammals
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Music for Aardvarks facet_type_id: df4788a0-5f37-1032-8fef-2ce3a9db49bf html_text: Spotlighted in Time magazine and the New York Times, Music for Aardvarks and Other Mammals is a nationally renowned program offering a unique take on musical education for children 3 months to 4 years old. Classes consist of 45 minutes of singing, dancing, musical storytelling, and jamming. Children's songsmith David Weinstone designed a curriculum celebrating the urban environment as well as universal concerns of youth via his classes, which have exploded into the national spotlight since their humble beginnings in 1997. Rather than being strict and results-driven, the teaching style at Music for Aardvarks is based on adult modeling and exposing children to ideas and sounds without dumbing them down. Parent participation is strongly encouraged for atonal squealers and former Yes drummers alike. Check the Music for Aardvarks website for the drop-in sessions and 10-class series schedules.
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    The Little Owl
    NY, NY US
  • Outdoor Bound
    Thinking of the city rarely calls images of fog-ringed mountains and wolf-filled forests to mind, but Discover Outdoors—formerly known as Outdoor Bound—turns these scenes into reality. Owner, avid outdoorsman, and eight-time marathon runner Kirk Reynolds makes sure of it. He and a staff of experts—each a licensed trail guide and Wilderness First Responder or Wilderness EMT—temper the stress of city living with day trips to nearby natural enclaves and weekend camping excursions. The getaways thrill with activities such as hiking, rock climbing, whitewater rafting, kayaking, and horseback riding. International trips, meanwhile, quench a thirst for life-defining adventures beyond trips to the grocery store during peak Saturday hours. Among them: hikes up famed Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa, treks to Machu Picchu in Peru, and jaunts through the Canadian Rockies. Some of the journeys even grant travelers the opportunity to fundraise for a worthy cause as they explore.
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    Hudson St. & Newark St.
    Hoboken, NJ US
  • Stevens Institute of Technology
    It’s tough to get tree frogs, toucans, and monkeys to sit still in a studio. That's why the leaders of the Academy of Photo Arts take photography trips to Costa Rica, where they can find exotic wildlife in its natural habitat before capturing it on film. The photography academy’s travel courses can also whisk students off to Venice’s picturesque canals, or to Las Vegas to capture shots of the Grand Canyon or the landfill where all copies of Vegas Vacation are buried. The school hosts Toronto-based courses as well, where keen-eyed photographers lead interactive workshops on wildlife photography and landscape photography. The in-studio courses, meanwhile, focus on techniques that help artists create flattering lighting setups, perform seamless Photoshop edits, and unscrew lens caps rather than smashing them to pieces in frustration. The Academy also provides photo- and video-booth rental that allows photo-takers to capture as many photos and video as they want in both color or black-and-white.
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    1 Castle Point Ter
    Hoboken, NJ US
  • Bellamy Kitchen
    Meredith Chartier developed a love for cooking as a young girl, helping her mother, aunt, and grandmother prepare family meals. This passion stayed with her, even as she went on to become an elementary school teacher. After 10 years of teaching, Meredith's good friend––a pastry chef by trade––offered her the opportunity to create the savory portion of a sweet-and-savory soiree for a client. In doing so, Meredith discovered that cooking was truly what she wanted to do for a living, and less than a year later she launched Bellamy Kitchen. As the chef behind Bellamy Kitchen, Meredith puts her teaching skills to use designing lesson plans for in-home cooking courses. She also builds menus for catered events and helps people organize their kitchens. She does it all with an eye toward sustainability, getting her produce from the local Catalpa Ridge Farm, composting all food waste, and using packaging that can be recycled or at least turned into a cool hat.
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    Hoboken, NJ US
  • Garden State Yoga Hoboken
    Hoboken's Garden State Yoga Hoboken is a great place to go to improve your strength, flexibility, and peace of mind. While you're enjoying this studio, be sure to check out their amazing restaurant for a tasty meal. Heat up your day with some hot yoga at Garden State Yoga Hoboken, where students push themselves both physically and mentally. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    104 Hudson Street
    Hoboken, NJ US
  • Fitness Judge
    You're on your way to a better workout when you join Hoboken's Fitness Judge. Designed for all fitness levels, these kickboxing classes will give you a great cardio workout. A personal trainer is essential for helping you maximize your fitness results efficiently. Push your body to the next level as you take on the cross fit challenge. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    130 Washington St
    Hoboken, NJ US

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