Rockland County Calendar of Events
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Every Saturday and Sunday:
Kitten & Cat Adoptions at PETS MART in Nanuet, NY- 11:30 to 4 PM.
Do you have room in your heart or home to adopt a beautiful and loving cat or kitten? Cats and kittens are easy to care for, they clean up after themselves (in the litter box),
don't have to be walked, and can even stay home for a day or two by themselves
(with plenty of food and water) if you go away. They love to play and cuddle and petting and brushing a pet's soft fur is actually proven to reduce stress and promote wellness and relaxation. If you are older, perhaps an older cat that is calmer would be the perfect pal. If you are looking for a more active and playful pet, then a kitten may be your choice. Stop by PETS MART in Nanuet on Saturday's or Sundays from 11:30 to 4 PM to visit beautiful cats and kittens that want to make you their fur-ever friend!
Support For Women
The Rockland Family Shelter (RFS) offers free evening women's support and empowerment groups for survivors of physical and/or emotional abuse. Groups meet weekly and are ongoing. Women may enter the group at any time. Groups meet Monday and Wednesday evenings. Monday evenings a Spanish speaking group meets in Haverstraw at 7:00 PM. RFS’s non-residential walk-in office in New City at 9 Johnsons Lane is open from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM on Wednesday. Friday the office is open from 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM. RFS also offers services at satellite offices in Spring Valley and in Haverstraw. Call 634 3391 for satellite office hours and locations. Multi-lingual services are available in Spanish, French, Creole, Yiddish and some Asian languages. Services are culturally sensitive and are all LGBTQ Friendly. The Sexual Trauma Division of RFS offers multilingual and culturally sensitive services for survivors of rape, sexual assault, incest or childhood sexual abuse. For information on sexual abuse supp...
Contact Info : If you are being abused, there is help. If you feel alone; if you’re living in fear, call 845 634 3344, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Confidential services are available at no cost.
COMPEER PROGRAM VOLUNTEERS - The Mental Health Association of Rockland County, 230 Ramapo Road in Garnerville needs volunteers: You can do a great deed – One hour a week or 4 hours a month. Help a person with mental illness. Join the COMPEER Program of MHA of Rockland. The volunteer and client are matched, trained and supported. Together they re-enter the community, go shopping and see a movie or just a cup of coffee. Simple things on a personal level help reduce stigma and fear. To volunteer call 429-1417 x27.
BINGO - Beth Am Temple, 60 East Madison Avenue in Pearl River will
have the following events: Beth Am Temple hosts BINGO every
Wednesday evening. Doors open at 6:30PM and games start at
7:30PM. In addition to cash prizes, there will be giveaways and refreshments.
OPEN MIC - On-Going Saturday Nights
The 2nd Saturday of Every Month - 7PM
This is an informal open mic night to share music, food and fun.
Held at Stony Point Presbyterian Church, 125 W. Main St., Stony Point.
Performers may sign up at 6:30 pm. There is a suggested donation of
$5 which includes coffee/tea, desserts and live entertainment. Proceeds
to benefit local community projects. For more info contact
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Tel. 845-786-2237. This event is co-sponsored by Central Presbyterian Church in Haverstraw, NY.
The Rockland County Guidance Center, 2 New Hempstead Road in
New City offers the following Free programs:
FREE: If you would like to improve your computer skills, come to our Computer Lab.
We teach Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Access(For Women in Transition* Only)
Day and Evening Classes available.*(Widowed, divorced, separated, abandoned, single parent or if spouse is unemployed.)
FREE: If you would like to learn computer programs in Microsoft Word and Excel,
The Rockland County Guidance Center is offering classes at The Martin Luther
King Center, 110 Bethune Blvd in Spring Valley. (For Women in Transition* Only)
Spring Evening Classes available.*(Widowed, divorced, separated, abandoned,
single parent or if spouse is unemployed.)
"Be On The Cutting Edge Of Your Job Search" Series: Wednesdays 6:30-8PM
Call 683-5666 for information on all programs.
Nyack Toastmasters provides a fun, low-pressure environment where adults
can enhance their communication and presentation skills. Members build their
confidence by practicing before an audience of friendly and supportive peers.
Toastmasters learn by doing, polishing their own skills by helping others to
improve as well. Nyack Toastmasters meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays
at 7:00 to 8:30PM in the Nyack Library, 59 South Broadway in Nyack.
Call 358-1175 or 548-1769 for more info.
Guests are always welcome.
The Association for the Visually Impaired is seeking volunteers to assist blind and visually impaired clients residing in Rockland County. Activities include providing
transportation, grocery shopping, reading mail, or companionship.
Contact Carolyn at 355-6119.
The New City office of the Alzheimer's Association sponsors
Family Support Groups:
The first group meets on the 2nd & 4th Mondays of each month from
6:30pm-8pm at Sunrise Senior Living, 233 N. Main St. in New City.
For more info, call 639-6776.
The second group meets at the Pearl River United Methodist Church
at the Corner of Franklin & John Streets in Pearl River on the last
Tuesday of each month from 7:30pm-9pm. For more info, call 735-5368 or 639-6776.
The third group meets every Wednesday afternoon from 1-3pm at Meals on Wheels,
121 W Nyack Rd in Nanuet. Registration is required. For more info, call 639-6776.
The fourth group, which is the Association's Spanish group, meets on the 1st
Wednesday of each month from 7pm-9pm at the Community Action of
Partnership of Rockland (CAPROC) offices, 37 Clove St in Haverstraw. For more info, call 639-6776.
HANDS (Healing And Nurturing Distraught Survivors), 9 Scott Dr.
in New City, sponsors a free bereavement support group for
parents who lost a child. It meets on the 1st Wednesday and 3rd
Tuesday of each month from 6:30-8pm. There are also 10 week group
sessions available for the newly bereaved. Also, a Grieving Fathers Group
is now established for fathers who lost their sons. Call 634-6706 for further
information. Finally, a Widows and Widowers Group has also been established,
with meetings taking place every Monday night. For more info, call Ann Carucci at 634-6706.
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