Croton-on-Hudson and beyond event highlights: Goblin Walk, Spooky Events, Comedy, Auditions, Restaurant Week, Vaping Info. Meeting for Parents and More!!!
This Week In Croton We share and expand local knowledge for the benefit of all… Below is a glimpse of what is going on locally. Click on our full calendar to find out more about what is going on in Croton and beyond. Click here to sign up for CrotonGuides.com weekly Newsletter!… Read more »
Some of the most fun we’ve ever had was those few short weeks at summer camp each year. Summer camps give kids in our community a safe place to have fun, learn something new and make some new friends! We’re fortunate to have some incredible summer camp programs in the… Read more »
Don’t miss our “Weekly Update” for this week’s top picks for Croton-on-Hudson and the surrounding area! Click the image to know more!
At Croton Academy of Arts, we encourage our students to celebrate their individual gifts and special and unique talents. In this spirit, CAA is offering two one of a kind summer day camps. Stage Fight Camp 2017 Week1, July 10—14, Week 2,August 7 -11, Week 3, August 21-25. 10-2pm daily… Read more »
Calling ALL Parents! Do you have a kid that loves to act, sing, and dance? Then listen up, Westchester Broadway Theater is holding non-union children’s auditions for their upcoming production of ANNIE. Annie the Musical is based on the 1920s Harold Gray’s popular comic “Little Orphan Annie”. Since its inception, generation after generation have… Read more »
There is no one formula to parenting. Each child is different. Believe me, I have been teaching martial arts for over 33 years and children are different. However, there are common lessons I have learned and tools that can help. If you have more than one child, you will be… Read more »
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I would like to share with you something that my dad taught me when I was just seventeen years old. He recently passed away and as I struggle with the grief of his passing I find comfort in sharing the many lessons that he passed onto me. Overwhelmed at the… Read more »
Many young people of yesteryears did a lot of things as a matter of habit. They opened doors for other people. If someone opened doors for them, they graciously acknowledged the kind act by saying “Thank you” with a smile. When a person wanted to get someone’s attention, he would… Read more »