Chess NYC Returns to the Hamptons for Summer 2015

Chess NYC Returns to the Hamptons for Summer 2015

New York City-based chess kings, Chess NYC, has announced a full 8-week schedule of chess classes with daily, weekly and early evening options hosted by the Children’s Museum East End (376 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike) in Bridgehampton for Summer 2015.

“This is the perfect partnership and facility for us,” beams Co-Director Russ Makofsky. “We’ll have an opportunity to reach and introduce Chess NYC’s passion for the game to the most junior citizens in the area and squeeze in some strong chess play too!” Makofsky says, adding, “We have many  Chess NYC families who summer out here already.”

“We look forward to a fun, wonderful, enriching Program here at  CMEE,” adds Liz Bard, education coordinator at the state-of-the-art children’s facility. “And we couldn’t possibly ask for a more excited team.”

Limited Enrollment is now open and classes begin at CMEE on Monday, July 6 and continue on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays throughout the summer, before concluding on August 28.

July 6–August 28 | Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Students can register for a single class, multiple classes or the entire summer! Space is limited.

Visit chessnyc.com or click the following link for Full Class Schedule and Details.

About Chess NYC
Founded in 2007 Chess NYC has established itself as a leader in chess excellence and education. The company-wide philosophy is to emphasize sport and fun and provide as much chess instruction as a child can bear—but not overload them. By providing supervised, spirited play, each student associates Chess NYC with fun, and therefore larger numbers of them ultimately excel or at least become proficient in the great, significant, game of chess.

About Children’s Museum of The East End (CMEE)
The Children’s Museum of the East End started with a conversation around a kitchen table in Amagansett. In 1997, seven mothers gathered weekly because they were very disappointed at the few educational opportunities for children on the East End of Long Island. Inspired by the excitement they and their children experienced at the new children’s museums that were opening and helping to define communities around the country, they began meeting regularly at each other’s homes. They hit on the idea of launching a new organization that would teach children about the East End and world around them by promoting learning through play.

With the support of hundreds of stakeholders in the community, CMEE opened its current home in Bridgehampton in October 2005. With over 7,000 square feet of exhibition and program space designed by Lee Skolnick Architecture + Design Partnership, CMEE soon became one of the most visited museums in Eastern Long Island. CMEE upholds its mission “to spark imagination and foster learning for children of all backgrounds and abilities and to build strong connections within the East End community by providing playful experiences” by presenting educational exhibits and programs and by partnering with other arts and social service organizations to address issues that concern families in the community.

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