There is a lot going on at the newly opened Kings Bay Y at North Williamsburg (KBY), including community programs, a preschool open house on Thursday, August 29, a dual-language program, a library program, and September 5’s “Rosh Hashana Experience,” so open your calendar or bookmark this post.
KBY is launching its preschool, and there will be an open house on Thursday, August 29, from 5:30-7:30 p.m., at Caribou Baby, on 272 Driggs Avenue. Of course, bring the kids, there will be activities for them to enjoy while you meet preschool Director Linda Herman and other key staff.
The preschool is located at 14 Hope Street, between Roebling and Havemeyer, and will serve children aged 2 – 5. “KBY preschool combines the Reggio Emilia educational and progressive approach with a rich curriculum and an emphasis on Jewish culture and values presented in an open and pluralistic way.”
Kings Bay Y at North Williamsburg (KBY) is the newly-opened annex of The Kings Bay Y. “Inspired by Jewish values and ideas, the Kings Bay Y works to build communities, create meaningful friendships, facilitate innovative programs and foster deeper connections at its multiple locations in southern, central and northern Brooklyn.”
For more information go to the KBY website.