(*) partial Medicaid funded program for eligible participants
|Tuesday||Art with Kara|
|Culinary Club||Thursday||Virtual Games|
|Virtual Games Night|
|Dinner & a Movie|
|Friday||Breakfast Club with Kara|
|Active and Fit|
|Film Production Workshop|
|Movie Night / Netflix & Friends|
|Morning Movement in the Park|
New and experienced golfers receive personal instruction on the driving range and putting green. Learn stances, pivots, swings, control of the ball and safety. (Teen and Young Adults)
Teens join their friends and play in the SPARC Bowling League. We help with instruction and practice techniques to help participants improve their score while they play 2 Games every week. Fall Special Olympics optional.
Join other teens for social activities including trips, games, dances, cooking theme activities, sporting events, team building activities, parties, music, snacks and special guests.
Teens participate in individualized, adapted riding instruction that helps them focus and develop independence, better balance and posture, improved self-esteem, and a love for animals. Participants also learn how to care for and groom horses. Equestrian Special Olympics optional.
Love tennis? Our SPARC Tennis Hotshots offer lessons from a pro, for experienced players to starters, as they learn how to play, from setting up their stance to the proper grip, basic strokes, and volley and serve. These lessons help participants Improve their eye/hand coordination and motor skills in a fun, highly social atmosphere.
SPARC’s production crew creates original scripts, learns camera techniques, lighting, directing, scenery/props and acting. Projects include: neighborhood events, biographies, fiction, movie reviews, music videos, animation, and interviews. Families are invited to our annual “Red Carpet Premiere.” (Teens and Young Adults)
Featuring Teaching Artist Ronnie Negro. Join us for a fun, engaging week of music, beats and creativity! Participants will explore rhythm and learn the fundamentals of drumming using a variety of materials, techniques and projects during this week-long Winter Break camp! This project was made possible by ArtsWestchester, with funding from Westchester County. Participants must live in Westchester county and be between the ages of 13-17. Water is provided; participants will bring their own lunch. On Friday, February 25th a drumming demonstration followed by a reception with light refreshments for family and friends will take place from 12:00PM-1:00PM.