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Cerebral Palsy of North Jersey Administrative Headquarters
220 South Orange Avenue, Livingston, NJ 07039
Cerebral Palsy of North Jersey (CPNJ) is a non-profit organization devoted to enhancing the lives of people withMore disabilities and other special needs by supporting personal growth, independence and community involvement. It operates two special needs schools in Livingston, Horizon School and Horizon High School, as well as  family support programs, adult training centers and group homes that allow people with disabilities to live in a community instead of a state facility. The Livingston Chamber of Commerce named CPNJ the Business of the Year for 2010. CPNJ's South Orange Avenue offices house the group's administrative departments. This is the place to call if you are interested in making a donation or in volunteering for CPNJ's schools or other programs.
New Jersey School of Ballet
15 Microlab Rd, Livingston, NJ 07039
This ballet school has been training students and putting on productions since 1953. With a faculty of dozens ofMore well-trained dancers, NJ School of Ballet provides top-quality instruction for children and adults.
Platypus Pottery School
284 Beaufort Ave, Livingston, NJ 07039
This school in the Riker Hill Art Park aims to give individuals the opportunity to learn and express creativity.More Platypus was founded in 1995 by Dan Thieberger, a potter, and classes are available for children, teenagers and adults.
Temple B'nai Abraham
300 E Northfield Rd, Livingston, NJ 07039

Temple B'nai Abraham (TBA) is one of the oldest and largest independent synagogues in the country and offers an arrayMore of programs and services such as the Early and Religious School, acknowledged to be among the finest in New Jersey. TBA’s High School and Confirmation program seek to continue the synagogue education and involvement of young people beyond the age of Bar/Bat Mitzvah.

There are also programs for adults such as the Sisterhood, Men's Club and Senior Center.

Temple B'nai Abraham serves Livingston, Millburn/Short Hills, West Orange, South Orange, Maplewood, Roseland and all adjacent communities as part of the New Jersey MetroWest region.

Synagogue of The Suburban Torah Center
85 W Mount Pleasant Ave, Livingston, NJ 07039

Synagogue of The Suburban Torah Center is an Orthodox congregation. It has a community eruv, early childhood center,More a religious school for public school children, library, day camp and a mikva. Led by Rabbi Mordecai E. Feuerstein, it also offers women's study groups, the Rabbi's Tele-Shiur, Jewish learning for adults through the Livingston Community Kollel, and other evening classes. Members are welcome to join the men's, women's or youth groups for recreation and community service.

Friday evening services are offered at sunset. Check the synagogue blog for the candle lighting schedule.

 

The Children's Institute
6 Regent St, Livingston, NJ 07039-1615
From its beginnings as an orphanage in Newark in the late 1800s, The Children's Institute has evolved into a privateMore elementary, middle and secondary school to help students ages three to twenty-one overcome learning, language or social and emotional challenges to reach full potential as adults. Located at one of the highest elevations in the county, The Children's Institute offers a diverse range of theraputic, educational and life skills programs for its students. The institute is a non-profit school approved by the State Board of Education.
The Arc of Essex County Main Office
123 Naylon Ave, Livingston, NJ 07039

Founded in 1947 by a group of dedicated parents, The Arc of Essex County is a non-profit organization providingMore services to children and adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities.

The Arc runs more than 40 programs for all ages, from infants to senior citizens, that are geared toward promoting a fuller and more independent lifestyle. Programs include residential programs, individually tailored work programs for adults, senior citizen activities, Camp Hope, a summer camp, Early Intervention services and the Stepping Stones school located in Roseland.

See Arc's website for a full list of services, fundraising events and many opportunities for you to help

West Essex YMCA
321 S Livingston Ave, Livingston, NJ 07039

This 24,000-square-foot, fully equipped sports facility is the local branch of the Metro YMCAs of the Oranges. ItMore offers classes and equipment to meet the wellness needs of all age groups. The facility features a pool, two basketball courts, a racquetball court, a wellness center, cardio machines, free weights, Cybex and Strive fitness machines, saunas, steam rooms and locker rooms with showers.

For youth and teens, the YMCA offers many sports, fitness and enrichment classes, plus comprehensive childcare, before and after school programs for children from infancy through the sixth grade. There are also two summer day camps, both of which are licensed by the state of New Jersey and accredited by the American Camping Association (ACA).

The YMCA offers dozens of adult fitness classes and programs, as well as senior workouts, arthritis swim classes and other specialized instruction classes. Members get free fitness classes and receive reduced rates on programs and childcare.

Barnes and Noble
112 Eisenhower Pkwy, Livingston, NJ 07039
Barnes and Noble is a bookstore retailer with chains throughout the United States. This location offers free Wi-Fi toMore patrons and has a Starbucks café inside the premises. This store has a wide selection of book genres, including fiction, non-fiction, literature, romance, thriller, poetry, self-help, business, philosophy, religion, history and biography. Gift items for children and young adults are available in the form of toys and games as well as educational games and tools for school/education personnel and parents. This location hosts store events such as book fairs and readings by visiting authors.