At Saratoga's Art Show, parents and kids had the chance to display their artwork while enjoying musical performances plays developed by kids at Saratoga recreation. A huge congrats to all of the artists and performers.
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Families had a blast at Saratoga's Spring Fling, featuring face-painting, basketball, corn hole, bouncy houses, and more.
Volunteering has never looked so fashionable. A huge thanks to the volunteers from Old Navy Green Acres who donated their time and energy to organize this fashion show for families at Saratoga featuring clothing donated by Old Navy.
March 2019 featured plenty of innovative programming, family events, and field trips. Check out our highlights from the month of March, and find out more about Chef Elena's Cooking Class and Mad Science's Workshop at Prospect Early Education Center.
Every Friday, parents at Saratoga come together for Ms. Laura's cooking class, where they learn family-friendly recipes that combine affordability with nutrition. The classes are also a chance for parents to enjoy themselves, exchange international recipes, and bond over food and family.
In mid-February, Williamsbridge kicked off its new monthly family engagement program with a show produced by Petland, a live interactive animal experience featuring hedge hogs, lizards, tarantulas, and other creatures.
After months of rehearsals, discussions, and poster painting sessions, families and staff at Saratoga Family Residence saw their hard work come to life at a family talent show. The show was planned largely in response to a request from Star P, a mother who resides at Saratoga alongside two of her sons and
At last month’s “F is for Family” workshop, families from Prospect Family Residence and afterschool had the opportunity to engage with the new set of resources developed by Sesame Street in Communities to help explain the experience of homelessness to young children. “It’s so important for all kids to see their lived experiences