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Sunday, December 5, 2021

COVID-19 Changes: Event listings come from various community organizations across Rye. Many are still in the process of reflecting new virtual events as well as the cancellation or postponement of in-person events.

If you are a community organization and would like to post events on MyRye.com, please get in touch.

2nd Annual Rainbow Run @home edition

Join the Rainbow Fun on Wednesday, Nov. 11 between 2-4pm for the 2nd Annual RYC Rainbow Fun Run with a socially distanced walk/run ​@home edition. Registered participants will receive a ​tshirt, mask, an American flag in honor of Veteran’s Day, and their own ​c​o​l​o​r packets​. Kids (grades K-12) will dress up in colorful outfits and […]

Inside Scoop on Social Media, by teens for parents

Zoom Rye

Join Rye Youth Council Teen members of the Connect with Tech club, as they share the inside scoop on the social media apps your kids are using. Zoom registration is required and can be found here.

Healthy vs Unhealthy Relationships: Workshops for Teens Grades 9-12

Zoom Rye

Spotting the signs of an unhealthy relationship can be difficult.  This interactive Rye Youth Council workshop is for teens grades 9-12.  Learn what the warning signs look like by watching short videos and discussing healthy and unhealthy behaviors in both friendships and dating relationships. Wednesday, February 10th, 7:00 - 8:00 PM, For teens grades 9-12 […]

Rye Youth Council Family Trivia Night!

Zoom Rye

Kids, teens, parents, friends and community members -- grab your favorite beverage and some snacks and join us for some rounds of trivia fun! Prizes for the winner of each round and a Special Prize for winning the Rye Trivia Round! Teams can be composed of individuals, friends or families.  Purchase your ticket before February […]

$30.00

Preparing for The College Transition: A Panel Presentation for Incoming Freshmen and their Parents

Zoom Rye

On Wednesday, July 21st via Zoom, Rye Youth Council presents “The College Transition: You Got In … Now What?”, a program created for college freshmen and their parents that provides knowledge, skills and strategies to support the social and emotional transition to college and help students navigate their first semester away from home. Preparing for […]

Free

So Now You Have a Cell Phone . . .

Rye Free Reading Room 1061 Boston Post Rd., Rye, NY

For parents and their children in grades 5-7: Join us for a presentation and Q&A on the safe and responsible use of cell phones and social media. Co-hosted by Jessica Lodato, RYC Youth Educator ​and Liz Woods, founder of Ryemarkable Moms and social media/Instagram consultant. Registration is required.

Free

9th Grade Check In . . . How’s it Going?

Rye Free Reading Room 1061 Boston Post Rd., Rye, NY

9th Grade Students: Join us for pizza and listen to a panel of 12th graders share their advice, lessons learned, and top tips to navigate your freshman year. Wednesday, October 6th, 7-8 pm Rye Free Reading Room Registration Required via QR code or on ryeyouthcouncil.org

Free

3rd Annual Rye Youth Council Rainbow Fun Run

Rye Town Park

Like a rainbow in the air, colorful powder will be thrown, sprayed, and tossed on kids grades K-6 as they dress in colorful outfits and run through a ½ to 1-mile meandering course as part of the Rye Youth Council’s 3rd annual Rainbow Fun Run. Participants will receive a Rainbow Run t-shirt, rainbow mask, and […]

$40

Inside Scoop on Social Media for Middle School Parents

Rye Free Reading Room 1061 Boston Post Rd., Rye, NY

Get the Inside Scoop on Social Media - from the Teens Themselves! Middle School Parents: please join us to hear from a panel of high school students about the latest social media trends and apps your kids are using. We will share recent data on social media usage, and the teens will provide first-hand experience […]

Free

Become Certified in Youth Mental Health First Aid

Zoom Rye

Become Certified in Youth Mental Health First Aid (for Adults) Youth Mental Health First Aid is like CPR for mental health. This course is designed for parents, caregivers, neighbors, and other caring citizens to learn how to help an adolescent (ages 12-18) who is experiencing a mental health or addictions challenge or is in crisis. […]

$25.00