Morin's sensitive depiction of backyard birds. 61 images on display through Dec. 29. Meet the artist Dec. 12, 2-4pm
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Perfect Winter Break activity for kids! Thousands of more lights, magical holiday animations and a live Santa! New Year’s Eve a continual ball drop the entire night to ring in 2022! Bigger and better snowstorm central that the whole family
Join Environmental Educator Elissa Schilmeister on a moderate hike to welcome in the New Year. Trail TBA – Dress in layers and appropriate footwear for trail conditions. Members: Free / Non-members: $8 Learn more
An initial shot and booster shot of the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines, Must be 16 years or older to receive the Pfizer vaccine, 18 years or older to receive the Moderna vaccine. To be eligible to receive the booster vaccine
Teatown Natural Science Summer Day Camp returns June 27 – August 19, 2022. Ages 4 – 14. Learn to explore the natural world in 1,000-acre preserve. 4 two-week sessions, age-specific activities. 2022 Registration Dates: Jan. 5 – Returning campers and
I LIKE IT, I LOVE IT AND THE DEER DON'T EAT IT! - Speaker: Adam Wheeler, horticulture and production manager at Broken Arrow Nursery, Hamden, CT. QUESTIONS: PVGC2122@GMAIL.COM
An initial shot and booster shot of Moderna & Pfizer vaccines. Must be 16 years or older to receive Pfizer vaccine, 18 years or older to receive the Moderna vaccine. To be eligible to receive the booster vaccine must be
ZOOM or toll-free teleconference accessible to women. Open to new members as well as past participants. Advance registration is required: call 914-962-6402 or 800-532-4290.
Service is followed by discussion & Q&A about the Frederick Douglass Project for Justice & Criminal Justice/prison reform. Speakers: Douglass Project's administrative director, Alessandra Rose, and a formerly incarcerated wrongly convicted individual. The evening will be hybrid, with guests on
Concert presented by The Interfaith Connection & Martin Luther King, Jr. Institute for Nonviolence from Congregation Kol Ami https://boxcast.tv/view/mlk-interfaith-concert-736058?mc_cid=d8cd9051a1&mc_eid=dd00600933 Donations: www.mlkwestchester.org/support-us specify “Concert” Or send check to MLK Institute 250 Bryant Avenue White Plains NY 10605/ "Concert" in memo line firstname.lastname@example.org
ZOOM or toll-free teleconference accessible to women. Open to new members as well as past participants. Advance registration is required: call 914-962-6402 or 800-532-4290 Support Connection’s Peer Counselors are available for individual counseling and assistance via phone and email. Call
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