Timothy Memorial School 27 Creeping Hemlock Dr, Norwalk, CT06851 Timothy Memorial School is a nonprofit, private school that works with children diagnosed with learning or developmental…More disabilities. It provides multi-sensory, hands-on activities that aim to help students develop spiritually, physically, academically and emotionally. The curriculum incorporates math, reading, vocabulary, science, social studies and behavior management.
Notre Dame Convalescent Home 76 W Rocks Rd, Norwalk, CT06851 Notre Dame Convalescent Home is a live-in center providing care for elderly patients. The center offers full-service…More medical care and on-site community activities and collaborates with families and the Norwalk community to provide high living standards for convalescent patients.
Norwalk YMCA 370 West Ave, Norwalk, CT06850 The Norwalk YMCA has been serving the community for more than 80 years. They offer programs and activities to children,…More teens, adults and seniors. From fitness classes and childcare, to sports programs, aquatics and community outreach, a full range of activites are available. For information on schedules call the telephone number or visit the website provided.
Al Mandany Islamic Center of Norwalk 127 Fillow St, Norwalk, CT06850 The Al Mandany Islamic Center is located on Fillow Street in West Norwalk. The masjid (mosque) offers daily prayers,…More jumuah (Friday) prayers, educational outlets, community functions and other activities. For more information, visit its website.
Ferris Hill Club 46 Ferris Ave, Norwalk, CT06854 Ferris Hill Club is a private social club. It sponsors teams in several activities and sports, including darts, pool and…More a Norwalk Little League team. The club is open to new members, so feel free to call its office to find out more.
Peak Performance Sports Camps 10 Maurice St, Norwalk, CT06851 Peak Performance Sports Camps is a training and sports instruction company. Led by owner Mark Carmody, the company…More offers a wide range of athletic programs to help children train, learn and refine their skills in their respective sports. Programs administered by the camps have been developed by certified teachers and coaches who work with athletes of various levels, from beginner to advanced. Some activities include individual sports training, team sports, summer camps, birthday party services and after-school programs.
Wilson Cove Yacht Club 120 Wilson Ave, Norwalk, CT06853 Nestled in Wilson Cove Marina in scenic Rowayton, Wilson Cove Yacht Club offers year-round service for club members.…More Founded in 1959, the yacht club maintains about 120 members but actively pursues more. The club employs four full-time employees to maintain the grounds and work on members' boats all year. Wilson Cove Yacht Club hosts social events, such as Christmas parties and also publishes "Hurricane," a quarterly newsletter.
Brien McMahon High School 300 Highland Ave, Norwalk, CT06854 Nuzzled in the residential neighborhood off Highland Avenue, Brien McMahon High School is the home of the Senators. The…More high school offers an array of extracurricular activities including a slew of sports teams, a high school newspaper and a drama club. The high school is also connected to the Center for Global Studies, a magnet school that draws students from across Fairfield County. The campus also has two baseball fields and a relatively new turf field for football, track, cross country and other events.
Knights of Columbus, Council 46 16 Hendricks Ave, Norwalk, CT06851 One of more than 13,000 councils worldwide, Council 46 of the Knights of Columbus is located in the St. Ann Club…More building in Norwalk. The Knights of Columbus is a charitable organization of 1.8 Catholic men who are dedicated to the founding principles of charity, unity and fraternity. The KOC was formed to provide financial assistance to members and their families. Today, the organization is involved in charitable activities on a local, national and international level. It partners with groups including Special Olympics, Global Wheelchair Mission, Habitat for Humanity, Food for Families and Coats for Kids. In the last 10 years, the Knights of Columbus has donated more than $1.4 billion to charity.