Chess at Three’s Community Classes are group chess lessons held in a variety of neighborhood locations: parks, community centers, public spaces, residential buildings, common areas, libraries, schools, and more!
We utilize a unique cast of characters, in fun and interactive stories; children progressively learn to play chess. Our stories focus on why chess pieces move in their own unique ways and are supported by activities that cement chess knowledge in your child’s mind.
NYC Community Classes Schedule
Industry City Chess [Tuesdays, 4pm, community area outside of Daiso Store]
Description: Join us for Chess Class at Industry City on Tuesdays at 4pm LOCATION: Community Area outside of DAISO store
Upstairs in building 10
52 35th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11232
Dates: 10/18/2022, 10/25/2022, 11/01/2022, 11/08/2022, 11/15/2022, 11/22/2022, 12/13/2022
Battery Park Chess, 4pm* DAY TBA
Description: Join us for Chess @ 200 north end ave, 2nd floor conference room Start time will be ~4pm Class will be on M,T,W or R Please reach out to Adam.Trodd@Chessat3.Com to note your preference for day of week THIS CLASS WILL START IN JAN (Likely second week of the month)
200 north end ave, 2nd floor conference room
200 North End Ave
New York, NY 10282
Dates: 01/10/2023, 01/17/2023, 01/24/2023, 01/31/2023, 02/07/2023, 02/14/2023, 02/21/2023, 02/28/2023, 03/07/2023
Who can take part in Community Classes?
How much do Community Classes cost?
Click here to view our class schedule and see pricing and availability in your area.
How long is a Community Class?
Each class lasts 45 minutes, with 7-minute drop-off and pick-up periods before and after the class. For example:
- Tuesdays, 4:00pm: Midtown
- Drop-off: 4:00pm to 4:07pm
- Lesson: 4:08 to 4:53pm
- Pick-up: 4:53 to 5:00pm
Do you take walk-ups?
If you pass by a Community Class and want to jump in, don’t be shy! Community Class tutors will have QR codes available at each lesson location to accommodate walk-ups who arrive during the drop-off period. That said, the best way guarantee a spot is to register online beforehand.
What if I’m interested in classes but I don’t see any Community Classes offered in my neighborhood?
Good news! You can click this link to request classes in your neighborhood and recommend a great location in your area.
We serve neighborhoods on a first-come, first-served basis. If you want to bring Community Classes to your neck of the woods, let us know and we’ll create a class near you!
Curious about Community Classes but not ready to commit? No problem! Your child can try one of our classes risk-free before deciding to join on a regular basis.
We’ll provide everything you need to get started—chess boards, stories, and world-class instructors. Simply click the link below to register for a demo day, drop off your child, and let the fun begin!
Become a Community Classes Host
- Are you the party planner on your block? Click here to register as a host and bring Community Classes to your neighborhood!
- Hosts typically provide a venue for Community Lessons, such as a courtyard or a common space in their building. If that’s not an option, no worries. Feel free to suggest other locations like parks, libraries, or even retail spaces. We’re flexible! Get in touch and we can work out the details together.