Skull Patrol is an initiative created by the Larchmont Recreation Department and Larchmont Chamber of Commerce to encourage children to wear bike helmets.
Developmental Steps, LLC has added free Sports Clinics and online videos, which are offered through the pediatric physical therapy center's Mount Kisco and Port Chester locations.
Mandarin Discovery Preschool, a Mandarin immersion program, offers preschool classes held entirely in Mandarin as well as Chinese cultural classes for older students. It opened in March inside the YWCA in White Plains.
The Yonkers Public Library is offering residents free admission to 11 museums and cultural centers in New York, including seven Manhattan museums, as part of its Museum Adventure Pass Program.
LEGO Ninjago City Adventure, a 2,300-square-foot interactive play area, opened in April at LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester.
ProSwing of Port Chester, an indoor baseball and softball training center, added HitTrax, a hitting and pitching simulator, in May.
OneDent of Westchester, a multi-specialty dental practice, opened in Purchase in September.
Westchester Therapy Solutions moved from White Plains to Harrison and opened its state-of-the-art location in February.
The full-service bakery in Larchmont has added classes and camp for children, plus gourmet doughnuts.
Officials announced that family amusement park Rye Playland will receive $60 million worth of improvements.
iPic movie theaters feature food and beverage service and reclining couch-like seats.
Patrick McEnroe, a former U.S. Davis Cup captain, will serve as the co-director of John McEnroe Tennis Academy.
The Westchester Children’s Museum is celebrating its first birthday on Saturday, April 29.
The White Plains Outdoor Arts Festival will be happening from June 3-4 in Tibbits Park in White Plains.
The newest exhibit at The New York Botanical Garden, CHIHULY, is opening on April 22 and will feature stunning, colorful glass sculptures made by renowned artist Dale Chihuly.
The sweets shop now offers a chocolate piñata filled with candy, plus make-your-own pizza, which are party add-ons.
Corbin’s Crusaders opens sports and adventures day camp in Greenwich, CT.
Steffi Nossen School of Dance adds a new toddler class and children’s summer camp to locations in Westchester.
The Donald M. Kendall Sculpture Gardens in Purchase will reopen to the public on Saturday, April 1 at 10 a.m.
Kids In Sports recently opened its Scarsdale location in the Archway Plaza.
Longford’s Ice Cream has a mobile scoop truck, to be reserved for events from March to November, serving ice cream, sundaes, and milkshakes.
Purchase Sports Camp, for children ages 3-15, will open in the summer and utilize the recreational facilities at Manhattanville College in Purchase.
Visitors to the Clay Art Center in Westchester County will be able to see a 60-year visual history of the ceramic art center and gallery space.
Yonkers Public Schools teachers must answer emails from parents and students in a new deal met by the Yonkers City Council.
Badger Day Camp in Westchester County is adding nature and STEAM programs to provide campers with a variety of hands-on learning opportunities.