The Nyack Center 58 Depew Ave, Nyack, NY10960 The Nyack Center is a Pearl River-based community center hosting events, community service programs and renting the…More facilities for private parties. The classes offered at The Nyack Center include acting workshops, dance classes, martial arts, cooking lessons and more.
Pearl River Public Library 80 Franklin Ave, Pearl River, NY10965 The Pearl River Public Library is a nexus of activity. The new facility is full of books and DVDs for lending and offers…More lots of events for children and adults. Conveniently located next to the Franklin Avenue Elementary School, the library's mission is to "offer educational, recreational and cultural materials, exhibits and programs" for the community.
Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds 667 Blauvelt Rd, Pearl River, NY10965 Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds is a children's day camp that has been serving the Pearl River community for more than 50…More years. The beautiful and secluded campgrounds are the perfect location for children to engage in a variety of activities while enjoying being out in nature. It provides a variety of organizations in the area with a place to hold youth programs. The main entrance to the campgrounds is located on Blauvelt Road.
Our Town 36 Ridge St, Pearl River, NY10965 Our Town is a community newspaper distributed in Rockland County and northern Bergen County since 1973. The newspaper is…More free, with subscriptions by mail available. There are drop boxes in Pearl River and Nanuet. Our Town comes out on a weekly basis. Readers can also stop by the Our Town office at 36 Ridge Street.
Ancient Order of Hibernians - Division 3 28 Railroad Ave, Pearl River, NY10965 Founded in 1836, the Ancient Order of Hibernians is an Irish Catholic fraternal organization with a chapter on Railroad…More Avenue in Pearl River. The organization holds regular meetings, in addition to sponsoring charity events and offering annual scholarships. Visit the chapter's website for club history, upcoming event and membership information.
Pearl River United Methodist Church 130 Franklin Ave, Pearl River, NY10965 Pearl River United Methodist Church is led by Pastor Gerry J. Koob. The congregation convenes once a week on Sunday…More mornings for worship. Sunday school is offered for children as young as three years of age and as old as high school seniors. The church also has a choir and bell choir. For the community, it hosts a variety of programs, such as Boy Scouts, AA, guitar lessons and yoga.
Blue Hill Fitness 2 Blue Hill Plz, Pearl River, NY10965 Blue Hill Fitness offers personal training, group training, kickboxing, massage therapy, thai and reiki. It has full…More locker rooms with steam and sauna and offers free coffee in the morning. It is located on the concorse level in 2 Blue Hill Plaza.
Cooktivity 1 S Main St, Pearl River, NY10965 Founded by friends and elementary school teachers, Kerri Horgan and Denise Ruis, Cooktivity is a cooking program for…More children. The program offers fun and health-concious cooking classes and parties for children. Visit the Web site for an overview of class and party menu options.
Cherry Brook Park Madison Avenue, Pearl River, NY10965 Cherry Brook Park features tennis courts, handball courts, basketball hoops, a roller rink and a playground for…More children. It is located near Beth Am Temple and Franklin Avenue Elementary School.
St. Stephen's is a small church with a casual, family-oriented atmosphere that has served the Pearl River community…More since 1880. The congregation worships together at two services every Sunday morning.</p>
<p>The church offers a religious school and nursery for children ages three through 15 that meets Sunday mornings. It also offers a youth group for sixth through twelfth graders, as well as a Confirmation class.</p>
<p>Adult education is offered every Sunday morning. Further activities for adults include a book club that meets Thursday mornings.</p>
<p>For the community, the church provides a food pantry that serves approximately 25 families in Rockland County.</p>
The Pearl River Chamber of Commerce is made up of local residents and businesses with the goal of serving the…More community. It sponsors events such as Pearl River Day and Mom's Night Out.</p>
<p>The Chamber of Commerce has a number of volunteer committees. There is a Beautification Committee that focuses its efforts on improvements to the Pearl River business district such as planting trees and flowers and putting up holiday decorations. Members of the Government Affairs Committee take turns representing the Chamber of Commerce at Orangetown Town Board Meetings.</p>
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Seventh Day Adventist Church 210 N Middletown Rd, Pearl River, NY10965 The Seventh Day Adventist Church is a contemporary, bible-believing and -preaching fellowship. The multiethnic…More congregation is comprised of residents of Pearl River and the surrounding communities. The church is led by Senior Pastor Victor Dyman, and the congregation meets for worship on Saturday mornings. Bible school for youths and adults is held prior to the service. Additional programs include weekly prayer meetings on Wednesday. Marriage counseling, addiction counseling and premarital counseling are available by appointment. A variety of programs are available to the community at large through the church. These include smoking-cessation programs, healthy-cooking classes and public health education classes. Classes are available according to demand. To register, please call the church. The church reaches out into the world with a yearly mission. In 2009, they traveled to Haiti, and the mission has previously gone to Ghana.
Chinese Evangelical Church is a bilingual, vibrant congregation that has been serving the Pearl River community for…More many years.</p>
<p>The congregation gathers for worship once a week on Sunday mornings, at which time Sunday school for children and adults is also held in both Chinese and English.</p>
<p>It offers a variety of other programs for chinese and english speaking children, teens and adults. These include English choir, Chinese choir, English class, Chinese school, bible study and prayer meetings.</p>
The Neighborhood Alliance Church is a family-friendly church of the Christian and Missionary Alliance that has been…More serving the Pearl River community since 1955. The church provides its parishioners -- a young congregation, mostly in their 20s and 30s -- with Sunday morning services that are traditional yet accompanied by a contemporary worship band. The church is led by Pastors Dan Salvesen and Tim Binkele.</p>
<p>Children attend Sunday School and a youth ministry for 7th to 12th graders meets Sunday nights. Adult study takes place throughout the week, all open to the general public. Among the church's annual events are a carnival in August and a Bible-based play in spring.</p>
St. Margaret Church 33 N Magnolia St, Pearl River, NY10965 Led by Pastor Monsignor John J. O'Keefe, St. Margaret has been serving the Pearl River community since 1900. The church…More established the St. Margaret School in 1953 and the two entities have been working closely together ever since. The church offers mass seven days a week, as well as a variety of programs for children and adults such as Bible study, "Catholic Golden Age," CYO Basketball, a parenting center, thrift shop and Project Caring. Additionally, bingo is held every Tuesday and Thursday evening.
Nauraushaun Presbyterian Church 51 Sickletown Rd, Pearl River, NY10965 Led by Pastor Laura Cunningham, Nauraushaun Presbyterian Church (NPC) is a vibrant congregation that has been serving…More the Pearl River community for many years. The congregation gathers to worship at two Sunday morning services, and the church also offers a prayer group Thursday mornings. Nauraushaun Presbyterian Church offers a host of programs for adults, such as book and discussion groups that run according to interest. NPC also offers an adult and children's choir. Further programs for children include bible school on Sunday mornings. The church also takes part in a youth group with three other churches. NPC cares for the needy through programs like Helping Hands and the Salvation Army. For further information, please visit their website.