SEASONAL CLASSES

SEASONAL CLASSES

SEWING AND DESIGN I & II - SPRING

Taught by a seamstress, this program will meet for 2 ½ hours for 8 weeks. The class will be a mixture of new students along with more advanced students who will be working on their own independent projects. Beginning students will progress from honing and perfecting basic sewing skills to progress to creating and finishing a student project. Post Program support will include how to sell handmade products on the internet. 

*Can only accommodate 8 students in each of the three classes. Advance registration is necessary. 

Please call 914.232.6572, x 102 to register.


FOOD FOR THOUGHT NUTRITION WORKSHOPS - 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM - SUMMER

  • Nutrition education workshops presented in cooperation with Sesame Workshop
  • Education and food budgeting strategies for parents and children
  • Enhance nutrition knowledge and improve smart shopping strategies regarding healthy choices and stretching food dollars
  • Increase healthier food choices among clients in food pantry

ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION - WINTER

Taught by an Architect and Engineer, in this program, students will learn to read blueprints, calculating materials needed, along with other basic construction skills. This class will be taught in Spanish and can only accommodate 24 students. 

Most workers in construction, building development and other related fields will need to take hazard recognition training. This will ensure that workers are able to identify, predict, prevent and stop potential hazards in the workplace. Can Only Accommodate 24 Students. Advance registration is necessary. Students will be informed by phone if they are enrolled.


For more information on any of the programs listed above, please contact Celeste Potash, Program Manager, at cpotash@communitycenternw.org or at 914.232.6572, ext 102.