Vimbly Expands Creative NYC Activities with the Addition of 3rd Ward Studios

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Vimbly increases the amount of creative NYC activities with the addition of 3rd Ward Studios.

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Vimbly (, as seen on Fox Business and USA Today, announced its newest partnership with Brooklyn-based creative enthusiasts 3rd Ward. With the addition of 3rd Ward, Vimbly greatly expands its inventory of creative classes--Digital Photography, Cooking, Jewelry Making, Screen Printing, and more--in New York City.

3rd Ward studios invites students to a multitude of unique art classes for any New Yorker looking to explore their inner artist or experiment with a new trade. Offering fun and intensive courses in fields such as Welding, Woodworking, Podcasting, 3rd Ward guests can enjoy classes tailored to nearly any particular interest.

"New York contains hundreds of interesting things to do that need to be explored. 3rd Ward aggregates a slew of unique, creative classes to be discovered by New Yorkers," says Sam Lundin, founder and CEO of Vimbly. "We're excited to provide 3rd Ward's experiences, whether it be for personal improvement or a fun date." New Yorkers constantly trying to augment their skills and expertise will find solace in 3rd Ward's one-of-a-kind self-improvement courses such as Gardening, mastering Perfume Blending, and even Metal Clay Workshops.

If you're searching to explore your inner artist, 3rd Ward activities are listed and offered throughout the day, and week, allowing for a perfect addition to any busy NYC schedule. Every activity listed on Vimbly is easily bookable, highlighting all pertinent information, such as pricing, schedules, and availability. Guests can access these classes by entering and going through the easy booking process.

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Vimbly is a free website to find and book activities in NYC such as chocolate tours, sunset cruises, dance classes, exotic dream car races, and, now, 3rd Ward adventures. Founded in 2011, Vimbly eliminates the extensive research behind finding things to do in NYC.

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