The Williamsbridge Wolverines and the Prospect Lions got in the fall spirit with an apple picking field trip to Dr. Davies Farm in Congers, NY. The kids had the chance to pick their own apples, enjoy apple cider and donuts, and even go on a hay ride.
Kids from all three HFH residences visited the Museum of the Moving Image in March to learn more about film, television, and digital media through interactive exhibits. For Williamsbridge Recreation, the field trip was the perfect preview to the theme of film-making, which they spent the month of April exploring with Education Specialist
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.
The Friars Club hosted dozens of kids from Homes for the Homeless this Saturday for a reading of What's Making Walter C. Laugh? by Ginny Jordan. Drawing inspiration from P.T. Barnum's belief that, "there is no picture so beautiful as smiling, bright-eyed, happy children; no music so sweet as their clear and ringing laughter,"
Saratoga Early Childhood Education went on a trip to Carnegie Hall to see the musical duo Polygraph Lounge as part of the Carnegie Kids concert series. This series aims to inspire children’s imaginations and creativity at playful and interactive concerts. These free events are 45 minutes long and take place in the Resnick Education
A group from Saratoga recreation took a trip up to West Point to tour the campus and have some fun with the cadets.
A group of residents from the Saratoga attended The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical, the story of Percy, son of Poseidon, who has newly discovered powers he can’t control, monsters on his trail, and is on an epic quest to find Zeus’s lightning bolt and prevent a war between the gods.