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March 2, 2022 | by hgadmin
Angie is a well-known and well-loved face here at Hudson Guild who serves as the Data, Quality, & Family Engagement Coordinator. Along with providing support to and building relationships with families enrolled in our programs, her role here includes data collection, program outreach & recruitment, and community partnerships across K-8 Youth and Teen & Young Adult Services. Angie’s favorite part about being a part of Hudson Guild is being able to successfully help families receive the resources they need.
From being a participant in our programs as a child to now working here for about 21 years, Hudson Guild has been a huge part of Angie’s life. Some of her favorite memories of Hudson Guild stem from her experiences as a child participating in cooking classes, clay sculpting classes, wood-working classes, summer camp, and performing as a part of the ballet group at our Older Adult Centers. When she isn’t working, Angie’s favorite vacation spot is Key West, Florida.
Mila and Suri are active members of the community and generously offered to perform a few songs for our Older Adult Center via Zoom over Valentine’s Day weekend. They are passionate about playing piano as a hobby and look forward to performing for Hudson Guild again! To view the performance click HERE.
Thanks Mila and Suri for your generosity and for bringing joy to our Older Adult Center!
Groups of our K-8 kids and NORC members visited Hudson Guild Gallery to talk with Danny Simmons about his latest exhibit, RETURN! They talked about Simmons' artistic inspirations, creative processes, and shared conversations about their favorite pieces. Scroll down to "Events" for information on viewing hours.
Our Teen & Young Adult Services program aims to keep our youth participants inspired and engaged, introducing them to new possibilities and encouraging them to pursue their interests. Hudson Guild provides a safe, emotionally supportive, and intellectually stimulating environment that includes both informal and structured activities for teens and young adults from ages 14-24.
Our newly enhanced program offers various developmental, educational, and recreational programs: Basketball, Boxing, College & Career Readiness, Cooking, Digital Media, DJ Class, Fitness, Hip-Hop Dance, SAT Prep, Swimming, Volleyball, Women’s Initiative, and more!
If interested in registration, please fill out the interest form HERE.
We would like to publicly thank NextFifty Initiative for their recent $150,000 grant to our Adult Services program, which provides critical support for our NORC and Older Adult Center.This award from NextFifty Initiative will help us keep doing what we love: supporting members of our community who are 50 and older and aiming to positively change the landscape of aging.
Have you been experiencing noticeable shifts in your mood during the winter months? If so, you might be experiencing the Winter Blues. Click HERE to check out a few tips on Battling the Winter Blues created by our Mental Health Services department!
If you are struggling please reach out to a trusted person, doctor, mental health professional, or to Hudson Guild Mental Health Clinic at (212) 760-9822.
Our FY21 Annual Report is now available for viewing! We strive to meet the very highest standards of charity oversight and accountability and are pleased to provide you all with Hudson Guild's FY21 Annual Report, which includes an analysis of our most recent financial information, uplifting images, and an overview of the services we provide. Click HERE to view the report!
Hudson Guild Theatre Company presents its next production, JUMBO!, a Circus and Dance Spectacular. Six performances will be held from April 15th - April 24th! For more info on performance dates and to secure your ticket to a show click HERE.
A new exhibit is coming to Hudson Guild Gallery on March 17th: Semaphore, Signaling in Paper and Clay by Lauren Bakoian and Jolie Stahl. Semaphore will be shown from March 17th - May 25th, 2022. Join us for an opening reception with the artists on March 17th from 5:30pm - 7:00pm! Viewing hours: Tuesdays - Fridays 10am - 6pm & Saturdays 12pm - 4pm.
COVID-19 vaccinations and Pfizer COVID-19 booster vaccines are available at our Vaccine Hub located at the Fulton Center, 119 9th Ave! The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination is also now available for children ages 5-11. Walk-ins are welcome Mondays-Fridays from 9am-4pm and you may also make an appointment by visiting https://
Click HERE to listen to the latest episode of Hudson Guild Podcast, Is Valentine's Day Overrated?, created by participants in our Teen & Young Adult Services program.
January 18 - March 9, 2022: RETURN: Works with oil and fabric by Danny Simmons - Hudson Guild Gallery, 441 W. 26th St. Viewing hours: Tuesdays-Fridays 10:00am-6:00pm
February 10 - April 13, 2022: Memory's Daughter, Works on paper by Elizabeth Koszarski Skrabonja - Guild Gallery II, 119 9th Avenue. Viewing hours: Tuesdays-Fridays 10:00am-5:00pm
March 17th: Opening reception for Semaphore, Signaling in Paper and Clay by Lauren Bakoian and Jolie Stahl
March 17th - May 25th, 2022: Semaphore, Signaling in Paper and Clay by Lauren Bakoian and Jolie Stahl - Hudson Guild Gallery, 441 W. 26th St. Viewing hours: Tuesdays-Fridays 10:00am-6:00pm & Saturdays 12pm-4pm
Whether you're looking for full-time or part-time employment, a permanent position or one for the summer, Hudson Guild currently has a number of job opportunities available. To view all jobs, please visit hudsonguild.bamboohr.
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