William P. Hickey American Legion Field
Town Parks and Recreation
ROCKVILLE CENTRE PARKS AND RECREATION DEPT.
111 North Oceanside Rd., Rockville Centre 11570, 766-8002; 678-9338
Anthony Brunetta, Superintendent of Parks and Recreation
William P. Hickey American Legion Field
Roller Hockey Rink
(Mill River Centennial Park Complex)
Recreation Center Playground
Reverend Days Park, Veterans Park
Donald F. Browne RVC Park
The above parks include Baseball, Little League/Softball, Soccer Fields,
Tennis Courts, Basketball Courts (Ice Skating, Hockey-Ice/Roller) Playground,
Paddle Ball Walls.
Middle & Senior H.S. Programs
Baby Sitting, Baseball, Basketball, Bowling, Emergency Water Safety, First
Aid, Flag Football, Game Room, Roller Skating, Judo, Karate, Self Defense,
Ski Trips, Standard First Aid, Swimming, Trips (Holidays), Tennis, Weight
Training, Gymnastics, Hockey-Roller
Athletics, Basketball, Bicycle Safety, Bowling, Cooking, Computers, Fine
Arts Program, First Aid, Flag Football, Game Room (games, sport parties),
Gymnastics, Hockey-Gym/Ice/St., Karate, Judo, Lacrosse, Roller/Ice Hockey,
Roller Hockey Parties, Softball, Skiing, Soccer, Swimming, Tai-Kwon-Do,
Aerobic Dance(Co-Ed), Basketball, Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation, Country
Western and Line Dancing, Dog Obedience, Square Dancing, Table Tennis, Tennis,
Training Spa, Volleyball.
Almost Real School, Creative Art, Friday Fun Separation, Gym & Jam,
Gramma, Grampa & Me, Modified Nursery School, Parent Child Playtime,
Preschool Swim, Preschool Intro. to Gymnastics, Roll Around (12 mo. - 42
mo.), Roll Around Birthday Party.
Halloween Party, Ragamuffin Parade, Thanksgiving-Contests, Chanukah Party,
Christmas Party, Have A Heart Square Dance (Toys for Tots), RVC 10 K Race
And Fun Run in Nov., Purim Festival, Easter Egg Hunt, "North Pole Calling",
Breakfast with Santa's Helpers.
Long Island African Violet Show, Dances (Middle School), Battle of the Bands
(Sr. High), Craft Fair and Flea Market.
The Recreation Center, Senior Center and MLK Center are designed primarily
for programs sponsored by the Parks and Recreation Dept. Those facilities
which are not scheduled are made available to the public on a first come-first
served basis, chair and table rentals available.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center
Youth, adult programs. Summer playground (Gr. 1-5); Daily food program
150 North Centre Ave, Ext. 236, 766-0300
ROCKVILLE CENTRE GUILD FOR THE ARTS
P.O. Box 950, Rockville Centre 11571, 764-3005
The guild is a community based, nonprofit volunteer organization dedicated
to the enrichment of life through the arts. It promotes and supports a wide
variety of cultural activities.
Reader's Repertory Workshop - presents performances of dramatic readings
and gives participants an opportunity to expand their skills under professional
Arts and Crafts Festival, annual outdoor celebration of fine art and crafts.
Annual juried art and photography shows to give artists a forum for displaying
their talents. Classes, lectures, films and museum trips.
Free outdoor summer concerts featuring band, jazz, folk and popular music.
The South Shore Symphony is now under the Flagship of R.C.G.F.T.A. Performances
by world-renowned musicians. Young artists concerts.
Community Theater Group-offers amateur thespians an opportunity to take
part in fully-staged musicals and dramatic plays. Recent productions have
included: "Mame", "Social Security", "Prisoner
of 2nd Avenue", "110 in the Shade" and "Oliver".
Membership in the Rockville Centre Guild for the Arts provides many benefits
including free special events and trips for members and their children,
discounts to Guild presentations and performances and "CENTERFOLD"
- the Guild's information publication.
Active participation is needed in all facets of the organization in order
that the Guild may expand its programs and reach more of the community with
enjoyable arts activities.
All are welcome to join.
For information contact:
Wayne Lipton, President, 536-8187
Lillian Fishman, Membership, 766-3002
Trude Krouss, Publicity, 766-4207
VILLAGE ART CLUB
OF ROCKVILLE CENTRE
The Village Art Club of Rockville Centre is a nonprofit community organization
which promotes the visual arts, supports and encourages artists as well
as community enjoyment and appreciation of the visual arts through programs,
exhibits and competitions.
They present open Juried Art Shows, Member's Art Shows and rotating exhibits
each year. Informative public meetings present leading artists demonstrating their work techniques each month. The monthy newsletter
provides news of upcoming art shows and workshops.
Membership is open to those over 18 years of age who are artists at any
level or who are interested in supporting the visual arts.
Demonstration meetings take place at the Rockville Centre Library, the
4th Tues. at 7:30 pm (Sept.-May). The public is invited to attend.
For information please contact:
Jane Worthe, Membership Dir., 868-9761