(Jun. 13, 2019) - Started by a local mom who moved from Brooklyn to the suburbs and saw a need, Lil Chameleon is an award-winning children’s resale boutique offering classes and events, drop-off camps, birthday parties, a play café, and soon-to-be-announced drop-off child care. They are located in Tuckahoe across from the Metro North Train Station and serve the greater Westchester community.
(Jun. 10, 2019) - For the seventh consecutive year, the Children’s Cardiomyopathy Foundation (CCF), is partnering with the American Camp Association (ACA) for a summer-long AED scavenger hunt. The national initiative challenges campers across the U.S. to locate automated external defibrillators (AEDs) and learn about emergency preparedness and early defibrillation during a cardiac emergency.
(May. 23, 2019) - The Music Conservatory of Westchester is honored to announce MCW Prep, a precollege training program for serious, advanced high school singers and instrumentalists to study with master performers of the New York Philharmonic, The Metropolitan Opera, Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, and Broadway!
(May. 15, 2019) - Booked Parties announced that in partnership with the Jefferson Valley Mall, it will be hosting a launch event promoting many of the area’s leading young entrepreneurs for the first ever “Mini Movers and Shakers” celebration.
(May. 08, 2019) - Summer camp is a beneficial activity for both parent and child. Not only do you get a much-needed break, but camps help kids gain independence, social confidence, and learn how to work better with others. Children learn the basic skills of both independent thinking and collaboration while at the same time, camp reinforces a structured daily routine, especially since children typically don't have a tight schedule during summer. Kids continue to understand rules and ultimately learn how to be a more inquisitive person. Campers can forge everlasting friendships and memories, and as they enter their youngest school years, they increase self-sufficiencies.
(Apr. 22, 2019) - The Burke Neurological Institute is announcing their second annual McDowell Symposium, “Hope for Stroke.” On May 17, the Burke Neurological Institute will open its doors from 8:30am-4pm to welcome stroke survivors, caregivers, families, and community members, to connect them with neurological scientists and clinicians, who will present on the latest scientific discoveries and medical breakthroughs in stroke research and clinical trials.
(Apr. 10, 2019) - The Temple Sholom Selma Maisel Nursery School is making a splash this summer by offering rising 3- and 4-year-olds and kindergarteners the opportunity to experience the same great curriculum in a new summer format.
(Mar. 11, 2019) - The Woman's Club of White Plains is holding a free Community Awareness Presentation on Opioid Addiction and its impact on our community this Wednesday, March 13, from 7-9pm at the Woman's Club which in White Plains. Join for an informative and essential discussion of the opioid crisis and valuable insight as to the scope and impact of opioid addition on the community.
(Feb. 26, 2019) - The Temple Sholom Selma Maisel Nursery School in Greenwich, Connecticut, is proud to announce that it will send two teachers to the 2019 World Forum on Early Care and Education in Macao, China. Jane Zeitler, a full-day pre-school teacher, and Kim Schweber, a part-day 2’s teacher, were chosen to represent the nursery school at this global conference, which will take place from April 8-11.
(Jan. 29, 2019) - French-American Ballet Theatre, te a new specialist training academy for aspiring and highly talented young ballet students as well as dedicated adults, opened in Hawthorne this month. The state-of-the-art Westchester studio propses a unique set of classical ballet classes for beginner and advanced dancers.
(Jan. 24, 2019) - The first ever Night to Shine in Westchester, sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation, will be held in White Plains at Ridgeway Church on Friday, Feb. 8. This unforgettable prom night experience, for people with special needs ages 14 and older, will be occurring simultaneously at nearly 500 churches around the world.
Music Conservatory of Westchester’s Performathon Raises Over $5,000 for Scholarships and Digital Piano Lab
(Dec. 13, 2018) - After 12 hours of marathon recitals at the White Plains Music Conservatory of Westchester’s 2018 Performathon event and prize raffle so far, the nonprofit has raised $5,550 for its Scholarship Program and Digital Piano Lab. About 300 Conservatory students performed throughout the day, 20 vendors donated goods, and 28 parents and teen students volunteered their time, contributing to the positive energy on Saturday, Dec., 8. the community music school’s Performathon.
(Nov. 16, 2018) - On Saturday, December 8, the Music Conservatory will hold its Performathon fundraiser, an all-day event featuring 13 hours of student performances and family-friendly activities, to help support the school’s Scholarship Program and new Digital Piano Lab.
(Oct. 31, 2018) - Do you write lyrics and melodies in notebooks? Play an instrument and want to make your own music? You can learn how to successfully put those elements together with training from the new Singer-Songwriter Program at the Music Conservatory of Westchester in White Plains, which is now open for enrollment.
(Sep. 26, 2018) - The Music Conservatory of Westchester invites the entire Westchester County community for an outdoor Mural Unveiling Party on Sunday, September 30 from 1pm-4pm on the Conservatory’s grounds at 216 Central Avenue in White Plains! The nonprofit community music school is celebrating the unveiling of the full-scale painted mural designed by local Westchester County students as part of the “Colors of Music” Student Mural Contest. This free family-friendly event from 1pm-4pm will offer food trucks, live music, games and activities, and more!
(Sep. 21, 2018) - On September 17, The Speech Studio opened the doors to its new office location in Cross River. The office is conveniently located at 892 Route 35, in the Old Post Road Professional Building.
(Sep. 20, 2018) - Jkids, at First Hebrew Congregation, is Northern Westchester’s newest opportunity for Jewish and interfaith families with preschoolers to connect with each other through creative and social activities. It meets one Sunday morning each month, from 10-11:15 a.m., beginning in October and running through June. After an $18 supply fee for the year the program is free of charge.
(Sep. 06, 2018) - Harold and Edie Rosenbaum are seeking new members for their Canticum Novum Youth Choir. Composed of girls from age 8 to 18, the youth choir has in recent years performed in Carnegie Hall, Radio City, The United Nations, and Symphony Space. This season the choir will perform with Dr. Rosenbaum’s adult choirs, The New York Virtuoso Singers, and The Canticum Novum Singers in NYC and in Katonah.
(Aug. 24, 2018) - Groove Family Music, a 14-year mainstay in the Westchester family music scene, is bringing its Music for Aardvarks classes to 3 new locations this Fall. Beginning on Tuesday, September 18, Music for Aardvarks’ classes for children ages 3 months through 4 years will be held Mondays and Wednesdays at JCC Mid-Westchester in Scarsdale, Tuesdays and Thursdays at Artistree Mamaroneck and on Fridays at Larchmont Temple Larchmont. Advance registration is required for all classes and a complete schedule can be found at findgroove.com.
(Aug. 24, 2018) - On Thursday, September 20, 2018, Rye-based college planning and academic achievement company Novella Prep will hold a free workshop and Q&A for parents looking to maximize their child’s potential through the arts and get a head start on college planning.