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Free Fridays

Parent-child play dates for children 18 to 36 months each Friday in Yorktown at 11:00am... play, bond and meet other families

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J-Baby... for beginning Jewish families

Helping families with babies through preschool to bring Judaism into everyday life and make new social connections

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Welcome to Westchester's New Israeli Shaliach

Bruchim ha'baim to Yoav Cohen, bringing the vitality and excitement of Israel to Westchester!

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Dig a Little Deeper

Three captivating mini-courses for adult Jewish learning: Heaven, World Jewish Music, Judaism and Science... start digging

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Kindle a love of learning

Find out how our Early Childhood Center will help channel your child's imagination and natural curiosity.

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After School Program

K-7th Grades Homework Help Specialty Classes Flexible Scheduling Mini-Camps

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Expanded Special Needs Programs

The only special needs After School program in the county, Rise Above musical theater program, Social Skills with Video Technology class, Movin' and Groovin' to Today's Hottest Tunes, and more!

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Welcome to the Rosenthal JCC!

The Rosenthal JCC of Northern Westchester inspires vibrant Jewish and community spirit, nurtures individual potential, respects diversity and celebrates life. 

Call us to schedule a tour of our two Early Childhood Centers, four Summer Camps, and two After School Programs. Check out our classes and events for all ages and all life stages. 

Our JCC is the RJCC. Join us!


OPEN TO INTERESTED PARENTS and CAREGIVERS

Youth Mental Health First Aid Training*
WJCS Certified Instructors

Date:  Wednesday, November 19 and Thursday November 20th
Time:  9:15am - 1:15pm
Location:  Rosenthal JCC
FREE
Registration:  www.wjcs.com or contact Julie Klaber at (914) 761-0600 x 116 or jklaber@wjcs.com

Youth Mental Health First Aid Training is a nationally recognized, eight-hour certification course.

  • Teaches the unique risk factors and warning signs of mental health challenges common among adolescents, ages 12 - 18
  • De-stigmatizes mental health so youth receive the help they need at the earliest possible time.
  • Equips adults with the knowledge to help youth experiencing a mental health crises
  • Participants do not learn to diagnose or how to provide therapy or counseling

Who Should attend?
Parents, school staff, camp counselors, first responders, volunteers, Health & Human Service workers, coaches, etc.

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*Program sponsored by UJA-Federation of NY in Westchester

 Check out our new 2014 Fall Program Guide - there is a program for everyone in your family!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Upcoming Events

December 14, 2014
3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
December 25, 2014