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CANDLE’s Youth Pride Initiative will participate in Day of Silence and Give OUT Day in April to support the LGBTQ community in Rockland County. The Youth Pride Initiative of the New City nonprofit, Community Awareness Network For A Drug-Free Life And Environment, Inc. (CANDLE), will participate in Day of Silence and Give OUT Day in April to show support for the local LGBTQ community. Day of Silence, to be held on April 21, is a national student-led event during which participants take a vow of silence to draw attention to the bullying and harassment—the silencing—of their LGBTQ classmates. More than 10,000 students across the nation register their participation every year and many public figures have supported the event. By supporting this silent protest, school administrators, faculty, and fellow classmates demonstrate their objection to anti-LGBTQ behavior in our schools and in our communities. Day of Silence reaches students in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, as well as those as far away as New Zealand, Singapore, and Russia. Give OUT Day takes place on April 20 and is organized by the Horizons Foundation. It is a national day of giving to organizations that support the LGBTQ community. Both Day of Silence and Give Out Day present opportunities for the community to donate to CANDLE to support their Youth Pride Initiative. Whether sponsoring a high school student to attend CANDLE’s Common Threads Youth Empowerment retreat or underwriting the cost of workshops for school administrators, nurses, or teachers on LGBTQ issues, donations from the community help to insure that youth who are isolated or threatened because of their non-traditional sexual orientation or gender identity feel valued and safe in Rockland County. Contributions can be made by visiting candlerockland.org and clicking on the donate button. CANDLE was founded in Rockland as a nonprofit organization in 1982. Its mission is to prevent substance abuse and violence among youth. The organization’s goal is to improve the health and climate of Rockland schools and communities by providing prevention education and resistance strategies to youth and their adult allies, and support programs for young people at risk. CANDLE programs are available in most Rockland school districts. CANDLE 120 North Main Street, 301, New City 845-634-6677 firstname.lastname@example.org candlerockland.org
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There's just something about a big screen that makes movie watching more enjoyable. Take your family to these kid-friendly films and movies in March.
Showing your children how to give back to the community helps them grow into thoughtful adults. So clean out those closets for clothing drives or walk to raise awareness with these volunteer opportunities for families in NYC in March.
Shop 'til you drop at these markets and shopping events in Rockland in March! Check out farmers' markets in Nyack, Pearl River, and Ramsey, a fall art and street fair in Ridgewood, and a craft street fair in Glen Rock.
These are the top free events for kids and families in and near Brooklyn this March, including the Columbia Waterfront Fall Festival in Carroll Gardens, the Trummytones in Prospect Park, a kite festival in Brooklyn Bridge Park, and more!
Get moving this month! Step away from the screens and enjoy these active events for kids and families in Brooklyn in March, such as fitness and fun in Prospect Park, fresh-air yoga in Park Slope, a roller disco party, and more!
Come one, come all, to these family-friendly shows and performances in and near Brooklyn in March! Check out a children's variety show in Carroll Gardens, enjoy Puppetsburg in Williamsburg, see the Berenstain Bears live, and more!
Meet furry, feathered, and scaly friends at these top kid-friendly activities and events for animal lovers in and near Brooklyn this March. Go birding in Prospect Park or explore 80 species of birds at Staten Island Zoo, cheer on riders in the Central Park Horse Show, and more!
Do you have a mini musician at home? The whole family can enjoy these music-themed events and activities in and near Brooklyn in March, such as Bargemusic in DUMBO, sing-alongs in Prospect Heights and Flatbush, and more!
Gather the family and head to a fun festival in Brooklyn this March! From a unicycle festival to the West Indian American Parade to the Brooklyn Book Fair to the Great Irish Fair of New York to the famous Atlantic Antic Festival, there's plenty of fun to be had this month!
Grab the popcorn and catch a family movie in and near Brooklyn this March. See new and favorite films on the big screen across the borough, including kid-friendly flicks.
Enjoy the great outdoors with these family-friendly events and activities in and near Brooklyn in March. Explore nature and join a family campout in Prospect Park, browse arts in the gardens in Gowanus, join a family discovery weekend at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, and more!
Get crafty! Take your kids these creative events and activities in and near Brooklyn this March. Join an urban homesteading workshop in Canarsie, a family pottery class at Brooklyn Navy Yard, and more!
Kids will learn while having fun at one of these top educational activities for kids happening in and near Brooklyn in March. Head to the the Brooklyn Children's Museum, Jewish children's Museum, Children's Museum of Manhattan, and other nearby spots for fun this month.
Once upon a time...attend a story time event for kids and families in Brooklyn in March for page-turning tales. Listen to Ezra Jack Keats bedtime stories in Prospect Heights, discuss 'To Kill a Mockingbird' with other teens at the New-York Historical Society, and more!
Get moving! There are many ways to be active this March. Take the kids to fun activities in and near Rockland such as an open play day at West Rock Indoor Sports, a family bike day in Nyack, and an all-sports day in Nanuet.
These events are perfect for active kids get moving with physical activities. From Tai Chi to an adventure course for the whole family, keep active in Queens this March.
This March, take the kids outside to explore tons of outdoor activities in Queens for the nature lovers in your family. Experience a war reenactment, walk through a corn maze, and see birds.
Attend a local story hour in Queens for kids and turn the pages of their imaginations! This March, enjoy a reading of Mother Goose, a performance by The Happy Hedgehog Band, and afternoon crafting.
We've picked the best kid-friendly theater performances to entertain your theater-loving brood in Manhattan in March, including Berenstain Bears Live! on the Upper West Side, The Pop Ups in the Bronx, and Magmanus Attached in Greenwich Village.
Want your kids to learn something new while having fun? Visit one of these fun and educational activities that are family-friendly in Manhattan in March, including The Hunger Games: The Exhibition at Discovery Times Square, college essay writing in Midtown, and Family Fridays at MoMath.