WJCS CELEBRATES THE WEEK OF THE YOUNG CHILD (April 16-20, 2018) WITH EVENTS ACROSS WESTCHESTER

“Behind every young child who believes in themselves is a parent who believed first.”

Published Friday, April 13, 2018 4:00 pm

 

WJCS-Westchester Jewish Community Services is once again thrilled to take part In The Week of the Young Child, an annual celebration launched by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).

WJCS has long been committed to the healthy development of children in Westchester County and recognized the need for ALL children to have a strong early learning foundation to succeed. We’ve been proud to support children in the underserved communities of Westchester through our Parent-Child Home Programs (PCHP), an initiative which is currently expanding to include serving families in the Tarrytown/Sleep Hollow area. We will be celebrating our new program in Tarrytown/Sleepy Hollow with an hour-long event at Warner Library in Tarrytown on Thursday, April 19th from 10:00-11:00 am.

Here’s a schedule of fun, interactive, and educational events WJCS will be hosting during the Week of the Young Child 2018:

Monday April 16th

PCC Open House

10:15 – Open Play   

11:15 – Kiddy Kabaret

Boys & Girls Club of New Rochelle

79 7th St. New Rochelle

Monday April 16th 6:00-7:00

Mount Vernon Public Library Children’s Room

28 South 1st Ave.  Mount Vernon

Tuesday April 17th 10:30-11:30

New Rochelle Public Library Children’s Room

Library Plaza, New Rochelle

Thursday April 19th 10:00-11:00

Warner Library, Children’s Room

Tarrytown-Sleepy Hollow Public Library

121 North Broadway, Tarrytown

Thursday April 19th 1:30-2:30

Port Chester-Rye Brook Public Library

Haseco Ave., Port Chester

Friday April 20th 10:30-11:30

Mamaroneck Public Library

136 Prospect Ave., Mamaroneck

 Friday April 20th 11:00-12:00

White Plains Public Library, The Trove

100 Martine Ave.  White Plains

Looking for additional ways to celebrate, interact, and create great memories with your youngest learners? Here are just a few:

  • Honor the staff at your local child care program.
  • Bring your children to the park.
  • Display your children’s art work in your home and office.
  • Sing and dance with your child.
  • Contact your elected officials and encourage government support of early childhood programs.

 

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