Friday Nights

Saturday Nights

7:00 PM- 9:00 PM 4:00 PM- 9:00 PM

January 6: Karaoke
January 13: Trivia
January 20: Video Game Tournament
January 27: Movie Night
February 3: Billiards (Pool) Tournament
February 10: Henna * Starts at 5:30pm
February 24: Fashion Forward Friday
March 3: Billiards (Pool) Tournament
March 10: Movie Night
March 17: St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations
March 24: Game Night– BINGO
March 31: Video Game Tournament
April7: Karaoke
April 14: Henna *starts at 5:30 PM
April 21: Trivia
April 28: DJ Night *starts at 6 PM

January 7: Game Night– Charades
January 14: Billiards (Pool) Tournament
January 21: Slime Making
January 28: Ping-Pong  Tournament
February 4: Movie Night
February 11: Karaoke
February 18: Trivia
February 25: Video Game Tournament
March 4: Game Night-Scattegories
March 11: Trivia
March 18:Video Game Tournament
March 25: Movie Night
April 1: Billiards (Pool) Tournament
April 8: Game Night– UNO
April 15: Ping-Pong Tournament
April 22: Earth Day Project

Programs for 6th-12th graders; must be registered members of the Youth Center to participate. Register by visiting www.townofcortlandt.com/reconline

WEEKDAY PROGRAMS JANUARY-APRIL
All programs will start at 3:30 PM
While at the Youth Center youth are welcome to enjoy the drop-in activities in addition to the scheduled program.

Wednesday,  January 4: Trivia Day

Wednesday, January 11: Learn Mores Code Day

Thursday, January 19: Popcorn Day

Tuesday, January 24: Compliment Day

Tuesday, February 7: Send a Card to a Friend Day

Tuesday, February 14: Valentine’s Day Celebration

Friday, February 17 Random Act of Kindness Day

Monday, March 6: National Oreo Day

Friday, March 10: Mario Day

Tuesday, March 14: National Potato Chip Day

Monday, March 20: World Story Telling Day

Thursday, April 13: National Scrabble Day

Tuesday, April 18: National Animal Crackers Day

Wednesday, April 26: National Pretzel Day

Programs for 6th-12th graders; must be registered members of the Youth Center to participate. Register by visiting WWW.TOWNOFCORTLANDT.COM/RECONLINE

 

FALL COURSES

Registration required unless noted otherwise

AMERICAN RED CROSS BABYSITTING COURSE (Ages 11- 14)

Angela Reeve, Instructor

The ARC Babysitter’s Training course is designed to provide youth with the knowledge and skills necessary to safely &  responsibly give care for children & infants in a fun and interactive way.  This training will help participants to develop leadership skills, learn how to develop a babysitting business, keep themselves & others safe, help children behave & learn about basic child care as well as basic first aid. Successful participants earn ARC Certification. Bring water & a snack.

Course Number: 600-1S

Location: Youth Center

Day/Date: Saturday, April 15

Time: 9:00 AM- 4:00 PM

Fee: $84with ID/ $89 without ID/ $107 nonresident

 

BROADWAY ALL STARS (Grades 2nd-8th)

Robyn Ferracane, Instructor

Love to act or sing? This workshop is for everyone from the beginning student to the seasoned performer. Experience the fun of the theatrical games, audition and having a role in a live production! Taught by a professional actress/director, youth will enjoy nine working classes with a final Spring performance. Space is limited.

Course Number: 620-1W

Location: Youth Center

Day/Dates: Saturdays,  January 14- March 18 (no class 2/25 (9 Sessions)

Performance: March 25

Time: 11:00 AM- 1:00 PM

Fee: $200 with ID/ $205 without ID/ $246 nonresident

 

CANTEEN (Grades 6th- 12th)

Come and join us two nights a week for open gym basketball! Open to Croton, Hendrick Hudson, Lakeland Middle and Panas High School Students or any middle/high school student who is a town resident. Youth must be registered to participant; sign-up forms are available at the program.

Location: Muriel H. Morabito Community Center (29 Westbrook Drive, Cortlandt Manor)

Days/ Times: Tuesdays & Thursdays; 7:00pm-9:00pm

Fee: Free

 

CREATIVE COOKING ON ZOOM (Grades K- 5th)          
Shari Munitz, Instructor
Let’s mix it up and do some live cooking with a screen in between. This program will be a mix of cooking, baking, preparing, recipe reading and more. Your young chef might even prepare something to share with the whole family! We’ll be cooking together (apart) in this digitally-live creative cooking class. The full session ingredients list will be provided before classes begin, so please register early. Pre-registration required; limited spaces available.

Grade K- 2nd An adult assistant is required for all attendees. 
Course Number: 643-1W
Day/Dates: Tuesday, January 24 (5 sessions) (no class 2/21)
Location: Online on Zoom
Time: 4:15 PM- 5:15 PM

Fee: $88 with ID; $93 without ID; $111  nonresident

Course Number: 643-1S
Day/Dates: Tuesday, March 14 (5 sessions) (no class 4/4)
Location: Online on Zoom
Time: 4:15 PM- 5:15 PM
Fee: $88 with ID; $93 without ID; $111 nonresident

Grade 3rd- 5th An adult assistant should be close by and readily available to assist.
Course Number: 643-2W
Day/Dates: Wednesday, January 25 (5 sessions) (no class 2/22)
Location: Online on Zoom
Time: 4:15 PM- 5:15 PM
Fee: $88 with ID; $93 without ID; $111 nonresident

Course Number: 643-2S
Day/Dates: Wednesday, March 15 (5 sessions) (no class 4/5)
Location: Online on Zoom
Time: 4:15 PM- 5:15 PM
Fee: $88 with ID; $93 without ID; $111 nonresident

 

HOME ALONE (Grades 5th-8th)

This program will provide each child with the essentials needed when they are home without adult supervision. Discussion will cover first aid, telephone and door answering, activity plans, encountering emergencies and more!

Course Number: 612-1S

Day/Date: Saturday, March 18

Location: Youth Center

Time: 10:00 AM- 11:30 AM

Fee: Free

 

MUSICAL THEATER WORKSHOP (Grades 2nd-8th)

Robyn Ferracane, Instructor, Professional Actress & Teacher

Attention: Singers and actors!  Immerse yourself in the world of theater! This workshop is for everyone from the student acting for the first time, to the seasoned performer. This program takes youth from the audition process to a final performance everyone will enjoy. Not only will this workshop be a source of fun and excitement but it will also increase the skill level of every youth; whether their goal is to become a professional actor or use the workshop to have fun and develop life skills. The production is done with some costumes, props and minimal sets. All youth will have a role to play, will receive a script adapted to the students and will be taught the music they need to perform their role. The results will be a wonderful final performance for family.

Course Number: 610-1W

Location: Youth Center

Days/Dates: Monday- Friday, February 20- 24

Performance: Friday, February 24

Time: 9:00 AM- 2:00 PM

Fee: $200 with ID/ $205 without ID/ $246 nonresident

 

OPEN GYM at Hen Hud High School

For Hendrick Hudson School District Residents Only. Come and join us for some free play basketball! Youth must be registered as a participant of the Youth Center in order to participate.

Location: Hendrick Hudson High School

Gym, 2166 Albany Post Road, Montrose

Day/Dates: Monday, Ending June 12th (No program when school is closed)

Time: 7:30 PM- 9:30 PM

Fee: Free

 

YC CLEAN-UP (Grades 6th-12th)

Join the Glashoffs in this unique program to help clean-up our town! Participants will be given supplies to help them pick-up litter and debris from local sites around the town. Youth will

receive volunteer hours for community service. Parents will be responsible for dropping off and picking-up their child at the designated location.

Course Number:  652-1S

Dates/Location: Saturday

March 25– Youth Center
April 22-Cortlandt River Front

Time: 10:00 AM- 11:00 AM

Fee: Free

 
WILDERNESS SURVIVAL SKILLS
Stephen Sciame; Blue Fire Experiences- instructor
This program introduces participants to the basics of wilderness survival techniques and important outdoor skills. Learn how to build survival shelters, gather water, and find edibles in the wilderness. More importantly, find out which of these options should take priority in a survival situation. What tools should you always have access to in an emergency? What other uses can common gear be put to in an emergency situation? The program also shows the basics of fire building and the variety of uses for fire in the wild.
*no fires will actually be started*
Course Number:
Location: Youth Center
Day/Dates: Thursdays, March 23-April 20 (No class 4/6
Time: 4:30 PM- 6:00 PM
Fee: $70 with ID/$75 without ID/$89 non-resident

 
YOUTH EMPLOYMENT SERVICES (YES) PROGRAMS

Resumania (Ages 14-18)

Learn what to include on a cover letter & resume, what employers look for, proper formatting & additional tips to help you stand out! Free

Course Number:      630-1W

Location:C.U.E  (behind theater)3131 E. Main  St. Mohegan Lake

Day/Date: Saturday, January 28

Time: 10:00 AM- 11:00 AM

 

Course Number: 630-1S

Location: C.U.E  (behind theater) 3131 E. Main  St. Mohegan Lake

Day/Date: Saturday, March 18

Time: 10:00 AM- 11:00 AM

 

Course Number: 630-2S

Location: C.U.E  (behind theater) 3131 E. Main  St. Mohegan Lake

Day/Date: Saturday, April 22

Time: 10:00 AM- 11:00 AM

 

Interview Skills 101 (Ages 14-18)

Learn interview skills and tips to help land your dream job! These skills are life skills which will set you up for success! Free

Course Number: 631-1W

Location: C.U.E  (behind theater) 3131 E. Main  St. Mohegan Lake

Day/Date: Saturday, January 28

Time: 11:15AM- 12:15 PM

 

Course Number: 631-1S

Location: C.U.E  (behind theater) 3131 E. Main  St. Mohegan Lake

Day/Date: Saturday, March 18

Time: 11:15AM- 12:15 PM

 

Course Number: 631-2S

Location: C.U.E  (behind theater) 3131 E. Main  St. Mohegan Lake

Day/Date: Saturday, April 22

Time: 11:15AM- 12:15 PM

Time: 1:00 PM 

Fee: Free

Registration: Pre-registration required for each adult and youth participant

 

FAMILY PROGRAMS

Grades 1st-5th (with adult supervision)

MINUTE TO WIN IT

It’s challenge time; both mind and body! Teams will have a minute to complete each task to rack-up the most points to win. 

Course Number: 603-1W

Location: Youth Center

Day/Date: Saturday, January 14

Time: 1:00 PM- 2:00 PM

Fee: Free

Registration: Pre-registration required for each adult and youth participant

 

VALENTINES DAY CREATIONS

It’s time to get creative. Participants can decorate their own Valentine’s Day cookies as well as make cards for the ones they love.

Course Number:  657-1W

Location: Youth Center

Day/Date: Saturday, February 11

Time: 1:00 PM-2:00 PM

Fee: Free

Registration: Pre-registration required for each  adult and youth participant

 

LUCK OF THE IRISH

Help us celebrate the Irish culture this St. Patrick’s Day by making your very own lucky hat! Bring you creativity and take your master pieces home with you.

Course Number:  681-1S

Location: Youth Center

Day/Date: Saturday, March 18

 

EGG HUNT

Come meet and take pictures with the Easter Bunny at our Ninth Annual Egg Hunt!  Prizes are available for all participants! Age groups:  2-5 years old and 6 years old and over.

Location: Youth Center

Date: Saturday, April 1

Rain Date: Sunday, April 2

Time: 1:00 PM, Promptly

Fee: Free

 

All programs require pre-registration unless otherwise noted.  Youth also must be registered members of the Youth Center to participate.  Register by visiting WWW.TOWNOFCORTLANDT.COM/RECONLINE