West Harrison Senior Community Center 251 Underhill Ave, West Harrison, NY10604 The West Harrison Senior Community Center is located in a building adjacent to the Leo Mintzer Community Center. It…More offers a variety of programs for seniors in the community, including fitness, games, social activities and events.
Comunita Andrettese Club 214 Harrison Ave, Harrison, NY10528 This Italian-American social club in downtown Harrison meets for recreational purposes and to bond through members'…More common threads of heritage.
Purchase Free Library 3093 Purchase St, Purchase, NY10577 The Purchase Free Library offers videos, DVDs, audio books, magazines and newspapers, as well as fiction and nonfiction…More for adults and children. Material not immediately available may be obtained through the inter-library loan system. The library is located in the charming old stone Purchase Community House, a local landmark.
Veteran's Memorial Building 216 Halstead Ave, Harrison, NY10528 Located in Harrison, the Veteran's Memorial Building is a community center which hosts a wide variety of programs and…More events, performances and more. For additional information, be sure to call the telephone number provided.
The Purchase Community House provides recreational and enrichment opportunities for residents of Purchase, Harrison,…More Rye Brook and surrounding communities.</p>
<p>During the school year, they offer supervised after-school classes and a daily drop-in center. Individuals may also host birthday parties on the weekends. Summer is highlighted by a seven-week day camp for children ages 3 to 15 and a family pool program with snack bar, playgrounds and miniature golf.</p>
<p>The Purchase Community House is a not-for-profit corporation and is supported solely by user fees and donations.</p>
Leo Mintzer Community Center 251 Underhill Ave, West Harrison, NY10604 The Leo Mintzer Community Center is located in a prominent red brick building in the heart of downtown West Harrison.…More Recreational facilities include a gym and game room with ping pong, foos ball, air hockey and billiards. There is also a TV room with HD-TV cable, Wii games and Playstation. All residents with a current Harrison Recreation ID Card may participate.
West Harrison Neighborhood Association 21 Taylor Sq, West Harrison, NY10604 Quality of life and neighborhood awareness are the agenda of this volunteer organization. Meetings are held monthly in…More the Annex of the Leo Mintzer Recreation Center. See the website for more information or to become a member.
The Department of Community Services serves all residents of Harrison. It provides programs and services, providing…More direct assistance with specific needs, and acts as a liaison between public and private agencies, civic and religious organizations and Harrison residents.</p>
<p>All information received or discussed in the office is kept confidential.</p>
<p>The office receives referrals from doctors, hospitals, churches and synagogues, other agencies and concerned Harrison residents.</p>
Harison's Senior Programs are run out of the Harrison Community Center, which is connected to the Veteran's Memorial…More Building on 210 Halstead Ave.</p>
<p>Seniors can stop by the drop-in center at the Harrison Community Center from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday through Friday for television, cards and socializing. Exercise classes are held from 10-11:30 a.m. on Tuesdays.</p>
<p>The Downtown Senior Group also meets from noon through 3 p.m. at the adjacent Veteran's Memorial Building.</p>
Harrison Youth Council 84 Calvert St, Harrison, NY10528 Founded in 1980, the Harrison Youth Council provides professional counseling services to children, teenagers and…More families living in the Harrison, West Harrison and Purchase area. The Council is a nonprofit organization and all counseling, mental health and substance-abuse prevention services provided are free-of-cost and completely confidential. Counselors there speak English, Spanish and Japanese.
Town of Harrison Senior Citizens Center 216 Halstead Ave, Harrison, NY10528 The Senior Center in Harrison is an extremely community focused organization. It strives to provide seniors with ample…More activity and enjoyment. The building itself hosts a kitchen, along with a meeting hall. Numerous events are held year-round at the center. These include exercise classes, line dancing, bingo and a variety of trips. Trip locations include Mohegan Sun and theatre trips. Interested patrons are encouraged to contact Recreation Supervisor Rocco Troiano.
Westchester Education Coalition 2900 Purchase St, Purchase, NY10577 The Westchester Education Coalition is the governing body for regional higher education institutions. Its local offices…More can be found on the campus of Manhattanville College, which is located near the corner of Purchase Street and Anderson Hill Road. The group stays on top of all relevant issues and organizes meetings and workshops to keep the community involved and informed. It also holds an annual conference at a different area campus every year.
Memorial Community Church 126 Gainsborg Ave E, West Harrison, NY10604 Memorial Community Church has been offering local worship services for over a century. Its current location is a modern…More building in a residential neighborhood.
New Apostolic Church 663 North St, White Plains, NY10605 The New Apostolic Church has followers in almost every country in the world. The White Plains congregation began as a…More mission in the late 40's and has been in the current location -- a charming brick building on North Street -- since 1976. The rector is Edward J. Denecke, Jr.
The Sollazzo Center features a game room, fitness room and basketball gym.
The game room includes two Wii…More arcade systems, one Playstation, pin-ball, pin-ball, air hockey, two outdoor basketball courts and an open basketball gym. </p>
<p>A current Harrison Recreation ID Card is required to participate in center activities.</p>
Lake Street Full Gospel Church 720 Lake St, West Harrison, NY10604 This little gospel church is located in a white clapboard building in a residential neighborhood. Bible study is offered…More on Friday nights at 7:30, and services are held on Sundays at 10am. The pastor is Tom McMahon.
Sisters of St. John the Baptist 150 Anderson Hill Rd, Purchase, NY10577 This charming classical red brick building is home to Mount St. John Convent — a retirement home for the Sisters…More of St. John the Baptist. It's a Roman Catholic order and among various recreational activities, the sisters run a child care center. See the website for more information.
UJA Federation 701 Westchester Ave, West Harrison, NY10604 Founded nearly a century ago, the mission of the UJA Federation is to "care for those in need, strengthen the Jewish…More people and inspire a passion for Jewish life and learning." In lower Westchester the office is located in Suite 203E in a concrete building with strip windows and plenty of parking. See the website to get involved or to make a gift.