Thursday, 31 July 2014 00:00
Those looking to take swimming lessons and exercise classes at a nearby aquatic center can register for the fall 2014 session at Eisenhower Park, 1899 Hempstead Tpke., East Meadow.
On Friday, Aug. 1 is the last chance for open registration. It begins at 8 a.m. for any remaining spots. The availability of remaining classes will be made public the day before at 5 p.m.
On Monday, September 8 the first day of classes for the fall session begin.
Swim lessons will be offered for all levels:
• Infant and toddler for ages 6 to 36 months (child must be accompanied in the water with an adult),
• Swim with Me for ages 3 to 4 (child must be accompanied in the water by an adult),
• Preschool levels 1 to 3 for children ages 3 to 5 years, levels 1 to 6 for children 6 and over,
• Adult instruction for ages 18 and over,
• Adapted Aquatic Classes for ages 5 to 8 (parent and child get in the water together). Classes are held Mondays through Sundays. Fees vary.
Aquatic fitness classes are held Monday through Friday, with specific concentrations assigned to each time slot.
The class offerings include Adult Fit Swim, Aquajog, Aquaerobics, Teen and Adult Fit Swim (ages 13 and over), Joint Efforts, and Aqua Zumba. Fees vary based on length of each class.
Land Exercise Classes are held Monday through Sunday, with a varied schedule throughout the day and specific concentrations assigned to each time slot.
The class offerings include Senior Power, Pilates, Spin-lates (Spinning and Pilates), Senior Wake-up and Dance, Cardio Kickboxing, Tai Chi, Healthy Back, Intense Body Transformation, Spinning, Yoga,
Ultimate Core and Stretch, Total Body Express Circuit, Yin Yoga, Awesome Body Workout, Core and Stretch, Killer Kettleballs, Total Body Conditioning, Zumba, Big Dave’s Boot Camp, Cardio X-Training
Circuit, Zumba Toning, Extreme Conditioning and Triathlon Training.
All classes are 1 hour unless otherwise noted. Fees vary per class.
The park phone number is 516-572-0348.
Saturday, 18 October 2014 00:00
Communities value their libraries, and at the Levittown Library, the library staff, in turn, truly appreciates their patrons. Employees at the Levittown Public Library, with a talent for knitting, demonstrate their commitment to the community’s teens by making “amigurumi”—small knitted or crocheted stuffed toys—for use in the reading program.
Friday, 17 October 2014 08:27
Who says you have to travel into Manhattan for a fun-filled evening of delicious food and drink? YES Community Counseling Center hosted its 7th Annual “A Taste of the Town”, featuring many of the South Shore’s finest culinary establishments. All proceeds from the event benefited YES, a non-profit community-based organization providing services to children and families in the community.
Friday, 17 October 2014 08:32
The Island Trees Squirts Rockets U-6 team met with town officials, Supervisor Kate Murray and Councilman Gary Hudes at the 2014 Island Trees Soccer Club Opening Day Parade and Ceremony held at Stokes Elementary School. Pictured also with the Rockets U-6 team is President Joe Badolato, Event Coordinator Keri Cinelli, Equipment Commissioner Chris Blum, Travel Commissioner Mike Rich, Vice-President Brian Fielding and Rockets U-6 Coach Gina Weyland.
Friday, 17 October 2014 08:31
With six second half goals, the Farmingdale State Rams men’s soccer team picked up a 6-0 conference victory over the Sarah Lawrence Gryphons on Oct. 11, to improve to 5-8-1 overall, 2-2-1 in the Skyline. The visiting Gryphons fell to 2-9, 0-5 in conference play.