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
Cornell Cooperative Extension Webinar includes hands-on demonstration. Register: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/Winter_Seed_Sowing_2022_237 or putnam.cce.cornell.edu/events. Fee is on a sliding scale. Information: Stefanie Hubert, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Putnam Executive Director at 845-278-6738 ext. 223, or email email@example.com.
February 5 - March 6, 2022. Due to Covid concerns, there will be no opening reception Join us for Closing Reception: Saturday, March 5, 5–7 pm (Covid-19 restrictions permitting) Reservations are required for weekend visits. Reserve your visit HERE. Weekday visits do
Celebrating 5th anniversary of the global non-profit PingPongParkinson®, Limited seating is available due to COVID-19 safety considerations. Proof of booster vaccination. Send inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Players include two-time Olympian & Advisory Board member for PingPongParkinson® HRH Princess Zeina Rashid of Jordan, 2021 U.S. National Women’s Table Tennis Champion, winner of the 2021 Junior Pan Am Games Team Trials, Amy Wang, Westchester Table Tennis Center owner & crossword
Open to new members & past participants. Advance registration is required: call 914-962-6402 or 800-532-4290. email@example.com
Modern Western Square dancing is a lot of fun, great exercise for both the body & mind. An opportunity to meet new people, make new friends. Casual attire, no experience necessary. Open to singles, couples, families.
Sponsored by Hudson Valley MOCA & inspired by the artwork in How We Live: Part II. The paintings and the poems are testaments that creativity is alive and flourishing. https://www.studiotheaterinexile.com/writing-off-the-walls-2022-how-we-live/writing-off-the-walls
Hebrew Congregation of Somers & the Pleasantville Community Synagogue are virtually hosting Rabbi Arthur Waskow, spiritual leader & social activist many subjects & his most recent book: "Dancing in God's Earthquake: The Coming Transformation of Religion. Register for Zoom link:
Presenter Rick Feingold, teaches American Business History at Bergen Community College. Please register at https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_fColjzJfQ5-Ds7AZQP-vtA
Zoom. Free. Speaker Phyllis Shaw, whose parents were survivors who was at the Auschwitz Concentration Camp. Registration: Memory Keepers Hour: Phyllis Shaw, Generations Forward – Holocaust and Human Rights Education Center (hhrecny.org)
Open to new members as well as past participants. Advance registration is required: call 914-962-6402 or 800-532-4290. https://supportconnection.org/