Memorial Park Palisade Street and Chestnut Street, Dobbs Ferry, NY10522 This small park on the corner of Palisade and Chestnut Streets is frequented by parents and kids for the activities…More offered and peaceful setting. The park itself has a jungle gym interior and two kiddie swings, with benches and patios making up the exterior. A small kid's pool is also available, which is a popular summer activity.
Constructed in 2007, the Hastings community center is an open and airy building located directly next to the fire…More station in Hastings. The center employs a full-time staff of three recreation employees, one superintendent and a senior outreach worker. It offers activities including a ping pong club, yoga, line dancing and tai chi. Almost all activities are free to Hastings residents.</p>
<p>The building also houses the community youth center, which is run by a youth advocate. Amenities in the youth center include computers, video games, pool and a variety of board games. </p>
<p>It contains the offices of the village's Parks and Recreation Department. </p>
St. Barnabas Episcopal Church 2 Revolutionary Rd, Ardsley, NY10502 St. Barnabas Episcopal Church is a religious organization offering weekly and Sunday worship. The church holds numerous…More events and programs for patrons and the community including fundraisers, sales, religious programs, youth activities and more.
North Yonkers Community Church 95 Broadway, Hastings on Hudson, NY10706 The North Yonkers Community Church is a large Christian congregation. It is very active in the community, especially…More with both Baptist and Methodist missions.
Greenburgh Hebrew Center, founded in 1947, is a conservative synagogue with 325 active members. The center has both a…More nursery school (for children ages 3 to 5) and a religious school that continues through high school.</p>
<p>Rabbi Barry Kenter describes the synagogue's community as participatory, vibrant, hands-on and warm. "Our services always have a lot of singing. They're traditional but not stodgy," Kenter said.</p>
<p>The synagogue offers adult education programs, youth groups, a sisterhood, men's club and a weekly program for young families.</p>
<p>Services are on Saturdays at 9:30am, but Kenter also performs all life cycle events, such as baby namings, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs and weddings. </p>
<p>The social action group, Tikkun O'Lam (repairing the world), is very active in such organizations as Midnight Run.</p>
Dobbs Ferry High School is a public school serving grades 9-12 in Dobbs Ferry. The principal is Mr. Keith K. Yi. In…More 1998, Dobbs Ferry High School became the first high school in Westchester to belong to the prestigious International Baccalaureate (IB) Organization, offering rigorous two-year pre-college training in a varety of courses for eleventh and twelfth grade students. Dobbs Ferry teachers and administrators have chosen the IB curriculum because they believe it challenges students to take a more active role in their own educations and fosters critical reasoning. </p>
<p>The school serves more than 400 students, 90% of whom will go on to further their education. The faculty is deeply involved in the development programs and encourages students to participate in activities that demand high levels of responsibility and commitment. Athletics have always been a particular point of emphasis in Dobbs Ferry, but in recent years the school's academic reputation has risen to be among the best in the county. </p>
<p>They offer a wide variety of elective courses, a culturally diverse population, support programs for students learning English, a homework center, a computer lab and fully operational TV studio. </p>
<p>Students are encouraged to participate in extracurriculars, athletics and internships. The school is also active in facilitating community service opportunities and other connections to the Dobbs Ferry community. </p>
Irvington High School 40 N Broadway, Irvington, NY10533 Irvington High School serves grades 9 to 12 in Irvington Union Free School District. The school organizes a variety of…More events and activities. It has a library that can be accessed from Monday to Friday from 7.30am to 3.20pm. It is one of the few public middle schools in New York to have received a distinguished Great Schools Rating of 10 out of 10. Dr. Scott Mosenthal is the principal of the school. For more information, call the numbers provided or visit the Web site.