- Mayor Tom Roach, Interim White Plains Superintendent of Schools, Timothy P. Connors, Youth Bureau Director Frank Williams, White Plains School District PTA Council, the African American Men of Westchester, White Plains Cares Coalition and an estimated 2,000 dads will take part in the Fourth Annual Dads Take Your Children to School Day on Thursday. The event will include presentations, possible class visits and photos at each of the nine public school campuses in White Plains. All White Plains public school fathers and father figures are encouraged to take their children to school on this day and stay for a short program. The event is being held as part of White Plains Wellness Week. A list Wellness Week activities can be found here.
- APOGEE Fitness & Wellness is hosting a ZUMBATHON to benefit the March of Dimes Thursday at 6 p.m. entitled “ZUMBA for Babies.” The event will take place at the Delfino Ice Rink, located at 110 Lake Street in White Plains. The suggested donation is $20 in advance, $25 at the door and all proceeds will directly benefit March of Dimes. Sign up for the event on apogeewellness.com.
- The White Plains Library is hosting Smart Money for Kids, a finical program for teens, Thursday at 7 p.m. Contact Erik Carlson at (914) 422-6923 for more information. Go here to register.
- The White Plains High School PTA is hosting a meet and greet Thursday at 7:30 p.m., inside the White Plains High School Media Center. The meet and greet is an opportunity for parents to meet the PTA leadership and high school administrators. This is a great opportunity for new families to meet and old families to reconnect. High school parents are strongly encouraged to attend the meeting, as it will also offer important information about the academic year. The White Plains High School is located at 550 North St. in White Plains.
- The Digital Arts Experience in White Plains is hosting its next Open Mic night Thursday from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. The entrance fee is $5 for both spectators and performers. Bands are advised to arrive between 7:45 p.m. and 8 p.m. to sign up because it is first come, first serve. All ages, genres and skill levels are welcome, but perfumers are asked to avoid profane subjects and keep profane language at a minimum. There is a two song limit. Professional photos will be taken of each set and shared on Facebook right after the show. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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