Stop by for information on the formation of a new hockey league for middle-schoolers. All are welcome.
Curious about Taekwondo? Join Master Doug Cook for an afternoon of learning about this popular martial art. When most people think of the marital arts, they think of competition, but that is only a very small component of the art. By understanding the philosophy, history and culture that helped shape this Asian discipline, a much larger and more complete picture will emerge. This event is the "kick off" of a Taekwondo book donation program sponsored by the Chosun Taekwondo Academy.
So you wanted to be an engineer? Experience a ride on the Warwick railroad of yesteryear with a guided tour and virtual Tri-State route. Where were the stops? What businesses benefitted from the rail line? This program will provide a fascinating glimpse of the engines that could -- and did -- build our community. The program will inspire you to try virtual railroading or maybe create your own holiday train display featuring local stops. Copies of Paul Miller's new book will be for sale. Register for this free event to reserve your seat.
If you have a child with special needs who has an IEP or 504 plan, or whom you feel needs special education services, please take advantage of this six-part workshop to enable you to play an essential role in your child's journey through the education system. At the end of all six sessions, you will receive a certificate of completion. If you have any questions, please call the Help Desk at 986-1047, ext. 3.
Presented by Westchester & Putnam Independent Living Centers