Family cooking classes are one of the programs offered by Project Most in East Hampton. (Photo: Project MOST)
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East Hampton nonprofit expands education programs

An East Hampton-based nonprofit that provides after-school and summer learning programs for local children is expanding to offer Saturday sessions and year-round activities with the help of The Neighborhood House.

Project Most will hold two open house events at their new site in East Hampton for families interested in signing up for programs at the organization’s new Community Learning Center.

The events will include free hands-on activities and performances for children and families, including workshops about STEM, mosaics, Afro-Caribbean dance and more. There will also be demonstrations of stilt walking and the basics of tap dancing.

In addition, family-friendly band The Popsicles will perform songs for children of all ages.

Beginning in mid-February, the Project Most Community Learning Center will be offering a full schedule of classes for children and families on weekday afternoons and evenings, during school vacations, on Saturdays, and in the summer. Classes include the visual arts, STEM, dance, music, cooking, yoga, environmental education and martial arts.

The open house events will be held at The Neighborhood House on Thursday, Jan. 30 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, Feb. 2 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., located at 92 Three Mile Harbor Road.

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