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Sunset Park

Every Second Saturday of the Month, October - May

9:30 am - noon

October 14th - May 11th


DROP OFF, for preK - 5th grade


STAY AND PLAY, for all ages: caregivers stay to make friends, read, work, chill, relax or play

Our all outdoor nature play classes offer the space and time for kids to play as they are, no judgments and no adult agendas. Whether it's digging up worms and climbing trees, making secret hideouts and playing soccer with found objects, or making muffins in the mud kitchen--it all happens here. At Brooklyn Wild, children can be their truest selves through play. 

And so can grown-ups! Caregivers opting to STAY AND PLAY, can read, work, relax, make new friends or join the play. 

Trained playworkers and nature educators gently support play and relationships without judgment. They respect children's ideas and all play types, and create environments of trust, freedom and permission while keeping everyone safe.

When dangerously inclement weather is forecast for the entire class, we visit the library or Industry City. If we must close temporarily due to unforeseen circumstances or emergencies, make-up classes will be offered at a date and time selected by Brooklyn Wild. We recommend that all students over five be fully vaccinated. 



Second Saturday Series (7 classes)

October 14th, November 11th, December 9th, (January 13th: canceled), February 10th, March 9th, April 13th, May 11th

Fees are pro-rated to your start date; see the registration page for details.

DROP OFF: $416 for the whole series

STAY AND PLAY: $340 for the whole series

or pay for each class individually: $55 for drop off; $45 for stay and play

A limited number of scholarships are available. Please reach out for more information.

Tuition and fees cover:

  • two-and-a-half hours of outdoor, child-led play with peers, facilitated by experienced playworkers

  • a discount for caregivers who stay, plus time to relax and play if you choose

  • an all-outdoor setting great for gross and fine motor skill development

  • deep, hands-on connection to our local natural environments

  • peer interactions that hone problem solving, cooperation and social skills

  • loose parts play that enhances--and builds!--creativity and inquiry 

  • use of a class-provided rain suit and access to our growing gear library

  • exclusive pre-registration access to any new classes

  • support for the scholarships available for every class

  • tuition also covers our shared materials, fair pay for our facilitators, and administrative costs. Please reach out if you’re in need of a scholarship.


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