In case of inclement weather, the Recreation Department’s website will be updated to show program cancellations. Please visit the website at www.gardencityrecreation.org to see if any event is canceled or postponed due to the elements.
The Garden City Recreation Department is proud to announce its Spring Roller Hockey Program. Whether you played last season or haven’t played in a couple of years, now is the perfect time to sign up and experience all the fun. Our spring season is set to begin in late March. All programs take place at Community Park’s Roller Rink.
Registration Information: In-person registration began on Saturday March 5 at Cluett Hall at St. Pauls. You may register at the Recreation Dept.’s Administrative Office at 108 Rockaway Ave. Applications will be available in St. Paul’s Cluett Hall, the website www.gardencity recreation.org and at the Recreation Department’s Administrative office. Please make all checks payable to the “Inc. Village of Garden City.”
On Sunday, March 6, the Recreation Department in partnership with Rams Girls’ Lacrosse, will sponsor a family magic show by “Tricky Business.” This free show will begin at 1 p.m. Reservations are suggested and you can reserve a seat by calling 465-4075 by Thursday, March 3. All shows begin at 1 p.m. Please check this column for further information as we draw closer to each performance.
Congratulations to eight high school field hockey players for being selected for the 2010 Gladiator/National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Academic Squad. The National Academic Squad program recognizes those high school seniors who have achieved a cumulative, unweighted GPA of 3.5 through the first quarter of the 2010-11 school year. Pictured here are (left to right): Garden City High School Principal Nanine Cuttitta, Gabrielle Nesi, Caroline Tarzian, Mikaela Rix, Erin Mullins, Christine Codignotto, Emma Kane, and Director of Athletics and Physical Education Nancy Kalafus. Absent from photo: Lauren Engelke and Katie McCarthy. For additional information, visit www.eteamz.com/NFHCA/news/index.cfm?cat=37668. Congratulations to these outstanding field hockey players for being stars on the field and in the classroom.
In case of inclement weather, the Recreation Department’s website will be updated to show program cancellations. Visit the website at www.gardencityrecreation.org to see if any event is cancelled or postponed due to the elements.
The Recreation Department’s Dance Director Felicia Lovaglio is ready with a new program, Zumba Gold. This latin inspired, dance – fitness workout is geared to active older adult or beginner participant. Classes are 45 minutes in length and will provide basic instruction for a safe and effective total body workout.
Classes will be held in St. Paul’s Cluett Hall on Tuesday mornings at 9:15 am. They will begin Tuesday, March 1 and run for 10 weeks at a cost of $40. To register for this new program, please visit the Recreation Office at 108 Rockaway Ave.
On Thursday, Feb. 3, AMF Garden City Lanes transformed from a bowling alley into an Islanders playground, as eight players laced up their clown-like, ruby-red bowling shoes and hit the hardwood with some of their biggest fans. The Lady Islanders Girls Ice Hockey Program of Long Island held their second annual Bowl-A-Thon in conjunction with the Islanders to fundraise for their Under-19, Under-14, Under-12 and Under-10 teams. The four female squads, solicited sponsors for this year’s event, collecting over $6,000 to help pay for ice time, jerseys, equipment, tournament registrations, league fees and more. In addition to raising money, the girls were rewarded with the opportunity to bowl with some of their hockey heroes. They also had the chance to take numerous photos with the boys in blue and brought home bags full of autographed yearbooks and player cards. Veterans Matt Moulson, Bruno Gervais and Josh Bailey led the way and brought rookie teammates Nathan Lawson, Ty Wishart, Jeremy Colliton and Travis Hamonic along for the evening’s festivities.
In case of inclement weather, the Recreation Department’s website will be updated to show program cancellations. Please visit the website at www.gardencityrecreation. org to see if any event is cancelled or postponed due to the elements.
The Recreation Department’s Winter Program Series, sponsored in part by a generous donation of $1000 from Garden City Rams Girls’ Lacrosse, continues with the following family shows:
Wednesday, Feb. 23: Movie, Disney’s The Princess and the Frog
Sunday, March 6: Magic Show
All shows begin at 1 p.m. Please check this column for further information as we draw closer to each performance.
Stratford fifth- graders were delighted to have Brad Hamler from HealthTrax lead them in a Fun Fitness workshop. Brad, a fitness professional with more than 20 years of experience in the field, is certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine, the American Council of Exercise, and the American Academy of Health and Fitness Professionals. He is a post-rehabilitation specialist, focusing on multiple sclerosis patients. Stratford’s school nurse, Cathy Moriarity, arranged the interactive fitness workshop to coincide with our fitness goals for 2011.
In case of inclement weather, the Recreation Department’s website will be updated to show program cancellations. Please visit the website at www.gardencityrecreation.org to see if any event is cancelled or postponed due to the elements.
The Recreation Department will begin its spring session of Preschool Arts and Crafts the week of March 7. This six-week program is held at St. Paul’s Cluett Hall and is open to children ages 3-1/2 to 5 years old who are residents of the Inc. Village of Garden City.
Children interested in this program may register for either Tuesday, Thursday or Friday at 12:15 p.m. The cost of each 45-minute, six-week session is $30.
The child registering must be 3-1/2 by the start of the class in order to register for a session. To register, visit the Recreation Office at 108 Rockaway Avenue.
Talented high school baseball players throughout Nassau and Suffolk Counties, and New York City are hoping to defray the hefty price tag of a college education using their talents on the baseball diamond. Yet according to the NCAA, only 6.4 percent of high school students go on to play collegiate baseball and fewer still receive athletic scholarships.
High school baseball players and their families can take more of a proactive approach to succeed on the college level and beyond. Pro1 Sportz, a full-service, integrated sports agency serving New York and New Jersey is offering a free, no obligation seminar for high school baseball players and their families on navigating through the college recruiting process.
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