Welcome to the City of Kingston Parks and Recreation Department's Everette Hodge Center
The Hodge Center is owned by the City of Kingston and operated through a cooperative arrangement with the City of Kingston Parks and Recreation Department's Environmental Education Program and Family of Woodstock's Kingston Cares initiative. Funding for this unique partnership is provided by the City of Kingston Office of Community Development.
The Mission of the Everette Hodge Center is to provide a safe and supportive environment for the Kingston community through educational, environmental youth and community programs and health and human services.
For more information about the Hodge Center, please contact Steve Noble at firstname.lastname@example.org/845-481-7336 or Megan Weiss at email@example.com/845-331-1110
2014-2015 City of Kingston Everette Hodge Center After-School Drop in Program. The program runs Monday-Friday, 2:30-5:15 and begins September 17, 2014
All participants are required to complete and return this form.
"This Project has been funded in part by a grant from the New York State Environmental Protection Fund through the Hudson River Estuary Program of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation."
Updated Building Use Request Form
A variety of new policies and procedures have been implemented at the City of Kingston Everette Hodge Center. ALL users will need to fill out a new building use request form for our review. A $25 refundable Key and Trash Deposit is required for those needing a key. Those groups who currently use the building should contact Steve Noble at 845-481-7336 to discuss these changes.
Who was Everette Hodge, anyway?
Everette Hodge, Sr. (1911-1991) was a notable Kingston resident who served as a civil rights leader, community activist, and mentor.
Hodge was President of the Ulster County N.A.A.C.P. chapter for 29 years, and was a member of the Kingston Lions Club for 17 years.