The City of Peekskill Neighborhood Center is located in the Richard E. Hayes Building Plaza across from City Hall. It…More shares a lobby with the Field Public Library and the Children's Library. The building was established in 1978 and houses services and programs to different community groups.</p>
<p>The Community Room and Senior Nutrition Programs are held upstairs towards the back left of the lobby. The Putnam Westchester BOCES holds Adult literacty and occupational training classes in the basement of the building. </p>
Hillside Cemetery Oregon Rd, Cortlandt, NY10566 The Hillside Cemetery is a large burial facility located in Cortlandt Manor. The site is the final resting place…More for war veterans, police officers and community leaders, as well as others. In addition, it offers gravestone and memorial services.
Westchester Jewish Community Services 1101 Main St, Peekskill, NY10566 Westchester Jewish Community Services is a non-profit organization that has been serving Southeastern New York since…More 1943. Its main headquarters can be found in White Plains, but its Peekskill branch is located in the New Crossroads Plaza. Adult services consist of home care, mental health and counseling services as well as abuse and violence prevention. Children's services include developmental needs and education support, among others. Special needs programs are also provided.
Van Cortlandtville Community Church 296 Locust Ave, Cortlandt Manor, NY10567 Van Cortlandtville Community Church shares and teaches the word of the gospel. The spacious white building is…More located near the corner of Oregon Road and Locust Avenue and is across the street from Hillside Cemetery. Pastor Jennifer T. Nunno leads the congregation. The church provides a Sunday school program for children during services.
Muriel H. Morabito Community Center 29 Westbrook Dr, Cortlandt Manor, NY10567 Cortlandt town's Muriel H. Morabito Community Center sits on ten acres and has bocce courts, a playground and horseshoe…More pits. Senior citizen clubs frequently meet at this location, and the center is used for many senior programs, such as the nutrition program, health screening, exercise class and medical transportation. The warm, brightly-lit lobby includes sofas for seating, a pool table and a bulletin board filled with notices of interesting activities and events. The gym and meeting rooms are also used for community events such as the town Halloween party and weekly Canteen for teens. The Christopher Bisordi Memorial Basketball Court facility is located at the entrance to the center on Westbrook Drive.
American Legion Post 274 936 McKinley St, Peekskill, NY10566 American Legion is a nationwide organization that works to support veterans and community programs. American…More Legion Post 274 provides assistance to service personnel and their families and hosts community outreach programs, fundraisers and special events.
Pugsley Park 1038 Main St, Peekskill, NY10566 Pugsley Park is a recreational community area located on Main Street in Peekskill. The park was originally donated by…More Cornelius Pugsley and offers residents wide open spaces as well as an area for festivals, community events, holiday events and other special occasions. Visit the town website for more information, including details about upcoming events.
Trinity-Boscobel United Methodist Church 275 Church St, Buchanan, NY10511 The Trinity-Boscobel United Methodist Church is located near the Town Hall of Buchanan. Since 1888, the church has been…More at this location and has served the Methodist parishoners ever since. It has a Sunday school for both children and adults, and the church is active in helping the less fortunate in the community. The congregation is led by the Reverend Tom Theilmann.
Cortlandt Community Center 29 Westbrook Dr, Cortlandt Manor, NY10567 The Cortlandt Community Center is place where people young and old can come to stay busy. It can be found in Cortlandt…More Manor about a quarter mile from the traffic circle that connects Westbrook Drive with Oregon Road. The facility covers almost 10 acres of land, which contains basketball courts, a handicapped-accessible playground, horseshoe pits and bocce ball courts. The community building on the premises serves as a gathering place for senior citizens, where they can enjoy a research facility, excercise classes and other activities.
The Church of the Divine Love 80 Sunset Rd, Montrose, NY10548 The Church of the Divine Love has been in existence since 1869. The 100 member congregation is led by Reverend Eric…More Consentino and is an Episcopal church. There is a religious school directed by Melinda Consentino.
Peekskill Volunteer Ambulance Corps 1427 Main St, Peekskill, NY10566 The Peekskill Volunteer Ambulance Corps offers a gracious service to Westchester County and are highly commended for…More their efforts. Their headquarters can be found in the community building on Main Street between Charles Street and Armstrong Avenue. Contact them through their website for application information as well as details about upcoming events.
Kiley Recreational Center 709 Main St, Peekskill, NY10566 The Kiley Recreational Center offers supervised children's programs throughout the year. Registration is required,…More but all programs are free of charge.
Hudson Valley Irish Center 210 6th St, Verplanck, NY10596 Located in a building known as "The Little Red School House," which was built by Irish immgrants in the 19th century,…More the Hudson Valley Irish Center is a non-profit organization that seeks to promote and provide education on Irish culture, arts and history. It hosts thye Hudson Valley Irish Fest and serves as a meeting place for the Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH) and the Ladies' Ancient Order of Hibernians (LAOH), and provides cultural education to all members of the Hudson Valley communities.
Peekskill First Baptist Church 690 Highland Ave, Peekskill, NY10566 Peekskill First Baptist Church is a humble organization that prides itself on Bible-based teachings and caring community…More relationships. Its church building can be found in the north side of downtown at the corner of Highland and Pemart avenues, less than a block away from the Bear Mountain State Parkway. Wednesday night is designated Family Night and other programs consist of children, youth and adult study groups as well as counseling and other community outreach. Visit the website for full details.
Nor-West Regional Special Services Furnace Dock Rd, Town of Cortlandt, NY10567 Nor-West is a community-based organization dedicated to assisting people with developmental disabilities. It provides…More expertly supervised day and evening programs, summer programs for 16-t0-23-year-olds, school vacation programs, year-round special events, round-trip transportation services and overnight trips. The center, located at Charles Cook Park on Furnace Dock Road, has great outdoor recreation and pool facilities.
Christ Community Church 1607 Main St, Peekskill, NY10566 Established in 1972, the Christ Community Church of Peekskill has played an important role in the spiritual life of many…More local residents. The humble building can be found on Main Street between Armstrong and Grant avenues on the east side of downtown. Bishop Carey Robinson describes its denomination as an Apostolic Faith Bibleway Worldwide organization. Ministries include Bible studies, prayer groups, youth groups and adult education to name a few.
Salvation Army Family Store 1022 Main St, Peekskill, NY10566 The Salvation Army has a global presence and is well-known for offering assistance to families in need. This particular…More branch of their local service is a family thrift store that can be found in the downtown area at the corner of Main and Bank streets. An affordable selection of items for sale include clothing, shoes, books, toys and other donated goods.
Peekskill Presbyterian Church 705 South St, Peekskill, NY10566 Incorporated in 1826, Peekskill Presbyterian Church has been spreading the good news for nearly 200 years. The…More old-fashioned, New England-style building can be found downtown at the corner of South and Washington streets. Church ministries include community breakfasts for the needy, a soup kitchen, Bible studies and mission trips. It also offers fellowship through the men's learning club, Friday night book discussion and choir camp for adults and children. Sunday service starts at 10 a.m.