Little Light of Mine—a spiritually based, fun-filled program for children ages 5 to 11 years—will be coming to Nyack in January. They will host an Open House from 1 to 4 p.m. on January 12 for parents/caregivers who want to learn more and meet the staff.
This unique program fosters spirituality in children while enhancing community involvement between parents and caregivers. “Every child has an inner light that shines,” says program co-facilitator, Val Vendrame. “That light burns brightest when empowered with confidence, compassion, trust and love.
By enriching our children with the understanding that theirs is not only a mental and physical world, but also a spiritual one, we cultivate a foundation based in comfort, passion and possibility.”
This secular program welcomes the religious, non-religious and everyone in between. “If you are looking to enrich your child’s spiritual development in a safe, welcoming community where kids can ask their big questions and trust they’ll be answered in a way that will encourage them to harness their own intuitive process, then come join us at Little Light of Mine,” says program co-facilitator Sala Chrispin.
Classes will be held weekly and parent/caregiver gatherings will be held monthly.
Location: 42 Main St., Nyack. For additional information or to register online visit LilLightOfMine.com or contact Kate Meth at 323-3399. Space is limited. Early registration is encouraged.