Arts

Volunteers Brighten Up Harlem Early Childhood Center

Email Twitter Facebook MySpace Stumble Upon Digg | More |

In June, the Children’s Aid Society’s Drew Hamilton Children’s Center got a splash of color thanks to volunteers from the Fixed Income Division of Morgan Stanley.

Campaign for Children Kicks Off Month Long Vigil

Email Twitter Facebook MySpace Stumble Upon Digg | More |

New Acting Company Turns 10 – and Stays Forever Young with Production of Peter Pan

Email Twitter Facebook MySpace Stumble Upon Digg | More |
Peter Pan runs from April 9th through May 9th at The Children’s Aid Society Philip Coltoff Center, 219 Sullivan Street in Manhattan. Tickets are $18 in advance or $20 at the door (cash only); Smart Tix, 212-868-4444 or SmartTix.com. For additional information, please click here.

“I’m flying!” From audience member to veteran actor, most would agree that these words from Peter Pan sum up the wonder of the theater experience.

Feature Information

New Acting Company Turns 10

Teaser Information

Richard Buery Praises the 9th Annual Children’s Art Show!

Email Twitter Facebook MySpace Stumble Upon Digg | More |

Since the day I joined Children’s Aid, I’ve regularly heard the refrain: “wait until the art show, wait until the art show.” Well, the wait is over! On Wednesday evening February 24, I had the privilege of attending the opening of our 9th Annual Children’s Art Show at the National Arts Club in Gramercy Park. I was blown away!

Feature Information

Richard Buery Praises Annual Art Show!

Teaser Information

Children's Aid/AileyCamp

Email Twitter Facebook MySpace Stumble Upon Digg | More |

The Children's Aid/AileyCamp empowers young people by helping them develop a strong sense of self-esteem, self-expression and mastery. It is made possible through a more than 15-year-long partnership between Children's Aid and the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.

Children's Aid/Ailey Camp

The Children's Aid Society Chorus

The Children's Aid Chorus Program is in its thirteenth year of bringing together children from all over New York City in song. Any child aged 5-18 who enjoys the challenge and fulfillment of singing with others is invited to join. Chorus participants practice and perform a mixture of classical, popular and world music with artistry. Through the process, they experience personal, musical and social growth. The Chorus encourages intercultural awareness as members come from many ethnic, cultural and socio-economic backgrounds.

Feature Information

Watch the Children's Aid Chorus perform!

Teaser Information
Syndicate content