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On February 4, Rockland Pediatric Dental and Schein Dental hosted Give Kids a Smile Day. Twenty-five children from Rockland's Head Start program were invited for a day of complimentary dental exams, fluoride treatment, and oral hygiene education, mixed with a little bit of fun.
After receiving a grant from the Arts Council of Rockland and the Arts-in-Education Program of the New York State Council of the Arts, Blue Rock School jumpstarted a new environment-inspired arts program called "Making Art from the Landscape," with a focus on indigenous art and people.
Sixteen South Orangetown Middle School students were selected to compete in Round 2 of the national Doodle 4 Google competition.
Match Point Tennis Club, an indoor tennis facility in Orangeburg, NY, is enrolling for its spring programs and gearing up for its first summer camp season.
Susan Cortilet, LMHC, of Nanuet, NY, has expanded her counseling services to children and teens with autism spectrum disorders.
Broadway Theater Workshops is offering a new summer program, Advanced Theater Camp, for teens who want to master the craft of stage performance.
Vicki's Studio, a family-oriented dance center in New City, will hold a Mother/Daughter Dance Fundraiser to support the family of Dana Sassano, a former student at the studio who tragically lost her life in a car accident.
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The Sports Place, a Blauvelt-based sports and special events venue, opened a new family-friendly ice cream parlor called Toppings last month.
Dr. Michael Weisberg and his team at Smile Builders in Monsey, NY, have added several experienced staff members and new technology like SureSmile to better serve kids and families in the community.
In January, the Tappan Zee girls' varsity and junior varsity basketball teams raised more than $2,000 for the fight against breast cancer.
Kids Rock U now offers music classes to children in Rockland County, New York.
Bergen Pediatric Therapy Center in Westwood, New Jersey, opened a new facility with a heated therapeutic pool and new services for kids.
Panthers Martial Arts, which offers martial arts instruction to students of all ages in Suffern, NY, has opened a second location at 188 South Main Street in New City, NY.
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Tappan Zee High School's Vocal Ensemble and Madrigal Singers perform at Radio City Music Hall prior to the Radio City Christmas Spectacular.
These three Rockland County, NY, businesses are now offering new services to local kids and families. Get the details here.
Rockland Pediatric Dental, a dental team based in New City, NY, brings its child-focused services to Ecuador.
These businesses in Rockland County, NY, have just announced new programs for local kids and families.
The Sports Place in Blauvelt, NY, offers local charities and organizations the opportunity to hold fundraisers at its facility, some of which raise upwards of $10,000.
These Rockland County, NY, businesses are offering new programs for kids in the area. The Rock has opened a birthday party venue; Little Scoops is moving; Master Jung & Master Yu Traditional Taekwondo has a new, more advanced martial arts program for teens; and Vision Sports Club is now offering Sports Zone Birthday Parties.
The Music Conservatory of Westchester, a non-profit community school of the arts in White Plains, New York, has been awarded $41,000 in grants from the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA).
These three Rockland County, NY, businesses are offering something new and noteworthy for kids and families.
The Worry Chest, a system developed by local resident Howard Abraham that helps children deal with and overcome everyday stress and anxiety, is now available in select stores throughout Rockland County.
Nanuet resident and SUNY Rockland Professor William McGregor donated $10,000 to the college's new Campus Fun & Learn Child Development Center.