Spirit & Mind
The Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association (YM&YWHA) annual Purim Festival is here! Bring your entire family and friends to this fabulous event. Come and enjoy entertainment for kids and adults, good food, and great fun!
Fun activities include:
Want the young children in your life to have fun with storytelling? If so, join Harlem4Kids (H4K) is offering their weekly storytelling sessions that gets parents involved and will have your babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers laughing and singing in no time. So, come and share in the fun!
Interested in learning how mental health can affect people in vulnerable communities? Come hear from experts in the field at the Weary Minds & Troubled Hearts: Strengthening the Mental Health of Vulnerable Communities FREE lecture.
Have recent violent events in your neighborhood left you troubled? Interested in ending violence in the Harlem community using nonviolence? Then come participate in an prayer service and march event sponsored by Saint Charles Borromeo Church. Join other local community residents in this call to prayer.
Donte Taylor is the Manhattan Regional Manager at the New York Restoration Project (NYRP). The NYRP runs many community gardens around Northern Manhattan. In this article, Donte explains how a community member can become a volunteer in one of the New York Restoration Project’s community gardens.
Dr. Sidney Hankerson, MD, MBA is a psychiatrist who is currently teaching at Columbia University and treating patients at the New York State Psychiatric Institute. His work focuses on increasing access to mental health treatment among African Americans.