Children's Theatre

Theatre as a tool for social action and change.

Nature Connection Club

Participants will cultivate their inner naturalist through creative workshops and experiences in nature.

Yoga And Mindfulness

Creating a safe space for students to reclaim mindfulness, awareness, love and kindness towards self and others. 



Hip Hop Dance
[All Ages]

“Dance is the hidden language of the soul of the body.” — Martha Graham
This is a great time to get active or pick up a new skill! Let’s take a fun break from the stress we might all be facing and dance a little – or a lot!

3:00 – 4:00 pm – Via Zoom

Song Writing Workshop

[Ages 13+ ]

Students will learn the basics of songwriting form in workshop collaborations. The goal of the six week program is to create one song as a group. Students will learn some music theory and the flow Music theory and the flow of creating a song from lyric writing to music composition and actualization.

4:00 – 5:00 pm – Via Zoom

Playwriting Workshop

[11 – 18]  Begins April 15

Students will examine and question the most effective way to tell stories in dramatic form while working collaboratively on creating a play together. Starting with the short dramatic or comic scene, we will expand towards writing a fuller work – either a one act or a full length. Through the study of the basic elements of theater (character, theatricality, dialogue, setting, images, actions and obstacles.) and a variety of examples, students will receive one option of a way in which plays are created.

Wednesday, Age 14 – 17
4:15 – 5:15 pm – Via Zoom

Wednesday, Age 11 – 13
3:00 – 4:00 pm – Via Zoom

Free Style Rap, Rhythm and Lyric Writing

[11 – 18]  Begins April 14 and 16

Learn how free style rap, rhythm and writing lyrics. Individuals who are interested in learning freestyle rap will benefit from this workshop led by inspirational rapper Jacob Mercado. This workshop will help you learn the fundamentals of rap and develop your skills. New to freestyle rap? Learn with a professional. Already rapping? This is an opportunity to develop your skills further.

Tuesday, Age 11 – 13
5:30 – 6:30pm – Via Zoom

Thursday, Age 14 – 17
5:00 – 6:00 pm – Via Zoom

Monologue Workshop

[Ages 13 – 18 ] Begins April 16

Every character has something to say so make it meaningful. Over the course of 5 one-hour workshops, participants will learn the skills needed to present a dynamic and powerful monologue. Participants will perform their monologue at the final class to a virtual room of family and friends.

4:30 – 5:30 pm – Via Zoom

Parent Cafe – Supporting Parents Through COVID19

Join our weekly parent group as we figure out together how to navigate parenting and homeschool, share resources and
support one another. To register contact Ridvan Foxhall at

Monday 7:30 PM
Wednesday 1:00 PM
Zoom link will be emailed when you register

Girls Leadership & Empowerment Club

[Ages 12 – 15]

This program helps youth form a strong moral identity and empowers them to contribute to the well-being of themselves, their communities and the world at large. Includes, arts & crafts, outings and volunteering.

4:00 – 5:00 pm – Via Zoom

NAACP Youth Committee

[Ages 13 – 25]

PARTICIPATE in Local Social Justice work and ENGAGE in Community Action! Join the PEEKSKILL NAACP Youth committee.

Meets 3rd Mondays
4:00 – 6:00 pm
Email to confirm attendance.