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									 Frank P. Petrone
     Supervisor




Mark Cuthbertson
    Councilman




Susan A. Berland


                                                                  SUMMER/FALL
   Councilwoman




                                                                                        2011
                                                                                      LEISURE SERVICES


Glenda A. Jackson
   Councilwoman




                    (above) Skate Park at Veterans Park                                                                     EXPLORE THE
                                                                                                                           PLEASURES OF
  Mark Mayoka       (insets – left to right) Athletic Fields at Breezy Park, Dix Hills Ice Rink, Mr. P's Playground at   SUMMER & FALL
    Councilman      Veterans Park, Archway at Crab Meadow Beach, Crab Meadow Golf Course                                 IN HUNTINGTON
    A MESSAGE FROM THE SUPERVISOR AND TOWN BOARD
                                         Supervisor Frank P. Petrone and
                                         Councilman Mark Cuthbertson,
                                         liaison to the Department of Parks
                                         and Recreation, at a pep rally
                                         celebrating the synthetic turf complex
                                         at Veterans Park in East Northport.




      FRANk P. PETRONE
              Supervisor
     MARk CUTHBERTSON
             Councilman
      SUSAN A. BERLAND
            Councilwoman
                                                                                   Town of Huntington
     GLENDA A. JACkSON                                                               100 Main Street
            Councilwoman
                                                                                  Huntington, NY 11743
        MARk MAYOkA
             Councilman
         ESTER BIVONA                  Summer/Fall 2011
           Receiver of Taxes
          JO-ANN RAIA
              Town Clerk
     WILLIAM NAUGHTON                  Dear Fellow Huntington Resident:
      Superintendent of Highways
           DON MckAY                   On behalf of my Town Board Colleagues, I am proud to present our 2011 Parks and Recreation
    Director of Parks and Recreation
                                       Summer/Fall Leisure Services Brochure. The Department of Parks and Recreation, in cooperation
                                       with other town departments, is constantly striving to improve our quality of life. With that in
    TOWN OF HUNTINGTON
                                       mind, our residents have come to expect innovative additions to our facilities. The Dix Hills Ice
                                       Rink will now be able to offer ice skating every month of the year. Breezy Park in Huntington
        TOWN HALL                      Station is reaching the final stages of completion and will be available in the near future. The
       100 Main Street
     Huntington, NY 11743              facility will contain a comfort station, playground, and two(2) synthetic multi-sport fields for
        631-351-3000                   football, lacrosse, and soccer.
    DEPARTMENT OF PARkS                This year, we will be adding to our comprehensive recreation program Bricks 4 Kidz where chil-
      AND RECREATION                   dren will build motorized creations, play games, and have fun using Lego bricks.
           Town Hall
        100 Main Street
          Room 103                     As a convenience to our residents, updated recreational software was recently installed for 2011.
     Huntington, NY 11743              The new online registration system called RecTrac has brought some new changes for the ben-
         631-351-3089                  efit of individuals enrolled in our programs. There is no longer a service charge to register online
      631-351-3100 (fax)
                                       and you can add your name to a wait list if the registration limit has been reached. For the latest
         DIX HILLS PARk                and up to date information on our offerings, please refer to our website: http://tohparks.com
     575 Vanderbilt Parkway
       Dix Hills, NY 11746
          631-499-8058                 As always, we welcome your comments and input. If you prefer to contact us by telephone,
     Ice Rink: 631-462-5883            please call the Parks and Recreation Department at (631) 351-3089. This number is available
    Golf Course: 631-499-8005          from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
       CRAB MEADOW
        GOLF COURSE                    I hope you have an opportunity this summer and fall to enjoy the various activities available
      220 Waterside Road               to you and your family that make your life in the Town of Huntington as exciting, fulfilling and
      Northport, NY 11768
         631-757-8800                  complete as possible.
        COINDRE HALL                   Sincerely,
        Town Programs
       101 Browns Road
     Huntington, NY 11743
         631-351-3089

                                       Frank P. Petrone
                                       Supervisor




2        SUMMER/FALL 2011                                        TOWN OF HUNTINGTON DEPARTMENT OF PARKS & RECREATION • 631-351-3089
                                                                                                                                                          REGISTRATION INFORMATION
                                                             The Town of Huntington Department of Parks and Recreation
                                                             Leisure Services brochures can be viewed or downloaded in                                  Summer/Fall 2011 Contents
                                                             pdf format from the Town of Huntington’s website: http://                   Athletic Programs ........................................................... 17-19, 27
                                                             town.huntington.ny.us; Click on Online Library; scroll to                   Beaches ..................................................................................... 12-13
                                                             Parks and Recreation; click on Brochure Summer/Fall 2011                    Boat Racks/Gold Star Mooring ................................................ 12
                                                             The Winter/Spring brochure is available in January, the Sum-                Cancellations ................................................................................... 3
                                                             mer/Fall brochure in May.                                                   CIT...................................................................................................... 10
                                                             This brochure includes Programs and Services provided by                    Children's Creative Arts/Summer & Fall ............................... 28
                                                             the Department of Parks and Recreation from May through                     Coindre Hall/Fall Programs ........................................... 6, 26-28
                                                             December. The Department reserves the right to make any ad-                 Community Education/Recreation.................................. 23-25
                                                             justments or changes deemed necessary.                                      Dance ........................................................................................ 24, 28
                                                             Program registrations are conducted on a first-come, first-                 Day Trips ......................................................................................... 29
                                                             serve basis. Preference is given to Huntington residents. Non-              Developmentally Disabled .................................................. 6, 34
                                                             resident registrations start two business days after the resi-
                                                                                                                                         Dix Hills Park Pool ................................................................. 14-15
                                                             dent registration date.
                                                                                                                                         Dix Hills Summer Camps ....................................................... 7, 31
                                                             Unless otherwise stated, an immediate family member may                     Dog Obedience ............................................................................ 25
                                                             only register themselves, their children, and one other family in
                                                             addition to their own. The immediate family consists of parents,            Environmental Education ......................................................... 23
                                                             grandparents, brothers, and sisters of the participant.                     Facilities Chart ............................................................................... 35
                                                                                                                                         Fishing/Day ............................................................................. 12, 26
                                                            ALL FEES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. NO REFUNDS                                   Golf.............................................................................................. 32-33
                                                             No refunds are issued by the Parks and Recreation Depart-                   Horseback Riding......................................................................... 22
                                                             ment unless a program is cancelled by the Department.
                                                             Programs listed in this brochure conducted at school facilities             Ice Rink at Dix Hills Park ....................................................... 30-31
                                                             are subject to cancellation or change by the school district.               Insurance .......................................................................................... 3
                                                                                                                                         Kayaking........................................................................................... 12
                                                            OFFICE LOCATION AND HOURS                                                    Mad Science...................................................................................... 8
                                                             The Parks and Recreation Department:
                                                               Town Hall, Room 103, 100 Main Street, Huntington, NY 11743                Online Registration ........................................................................ 4
                                                               Telephone: 351-3089                                                       Outdoor Fitness ............................................................................ 25
                                                               Office hours: Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.                      Playground/Preschool Programs ........................................... 10
                                                             Dix Hills Ice Rink (Recreation ID office hours):                            Ramps ............................................................................................... 12
                                                               Monday – Sunday, 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.                                    Recreation Cards ......................................................................3, 32
                                                            INSURANCE/CANCELLATIONS                                                      Registration Information ............................................................. 4
                                                              No medical/accident insurance is available through the Town                Skate Parks ..................................................................................... 11
                                                              of Huntington. Weather related postponements after 4 p.m. or               Summer Camps .................................................................... 6-9, 11
                                                              cancellations call 351-3101 for a taped message or tune your               Swim Programs at Dix Hills Park Pool ............................. 14-15
                                                              radio to WALK (97.5 FM) or WBLI (106 FM).                                  Swim Programs at Town Beaches .......................................... 16
                                                            PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES                                                    Tennis .................................................................................. 21-22, 27
                                                             Any disabled person in need of special consideration in a Parks             Theme Park Discount Tickets................................................... 25
                                                             and Recreation Program is asked to call 351-3089 for an indi-               Tulip Festival .................................................................................. 23
                                                             vidual participation assessment prior to registration. One to
                                                             one supervision is not provided.                                       Children under the age of 13 who wish to participate in our
                                                                                                                                    programs or use Town recreational facilities must be regis-
                                                             For assistance with disability needs the Resource Center for           tered by a parent/guardian who has a Recreation ID card in
                                                             Persons with Disabilities may be reached by calling 351-3233           order to obtain the Recreation ID rate. Parents can use each
                                                             voice, 351-3237 TTY, FAX.                                              other’s card for registering their children.
                                                            CHECk, CREDIT CARD, AND MONEY ORDER                                     Residents that have the following cards do not need the Recre-
                                                             The Town accepts a maximum of $25 in cash. All amounts                 ation ID card. These cards are honored as Recreation ID cards:
                                                             above $25 are accepted as check, credit card, or money order             Crab Meadow Golf Card
                                                             only. Online payments must be made by credit card. The only              Dix Hills Pool Membership Card
                                                             exceptions to the $25 maximum cash accepted are the Tax Re-              Resident Annual Skate Park Pass
                                                             ceivers Office, Crab Meadow Golf Course, Town Beaches, and             To obtain the photo Recreation ID card, residents are required
                                                             Dix Hills Park (pool and golf course).                                 to present two forms of identification (showing address) to
Brochure design by Olson Creative • www.olsoncreative.com




                                                             All checks should be made payable to “Huntington Parks and             demonstrate Town residency. One must be a Driver’s License
                                                             Recreation.” There is a $20 service charge on all returned checks.     or Non-Driver ID. The other must be one of the following: tax
                                                                                                                                    bill, utility bill, library card (with address), or car registration.
                                                            RECREATION CARD                                                         Teens will be required to be present and parent’s driver’s li-
                                                             Town residents, age 13 and older, may receive a discount on            cense must be presented for proof of residency.
                                                             Town of Huntington Parks and Recreation programs and facili-
                                                             ties when they purchase a two year photo Recreation ID card.         FEES
                                                             Cards expire two years from date of purchase. Residents who             Resident Adult (18 years and above) ........................................ $20
                                                             do not purchase the Recreation ID card will be charged the              Resident Senior Citizen (60 years and above), Disabled, or
                                                             noncard holder fee. Non-residents cannot purchase the Recre-            Teen (13–17 years) ........................................................................... $10
                                                             ation ID card. Please note requirements in next column.                 Lost Card Replacement .....................................................................$5
                                                                                                                                     Town of Huntington/Suffolk County Resident Card – fees are
                                                             Recreation ID and Golf cards may be obtained from the De-               the same as above; access is limited to shared Town/County
                                                             partment of Parks and Recreation, Town Hall, Room 103                   facilities. Town residents with a Town of Huntington Recre-
                                                             (351-3089) and the Dix Hills Ice Rink (462-5883. Office hours           ation ID card or cards honored as a Recreation ID card are not
                                                             are noted above.                                                        required to purchase this card.
ONLINE REGISTRATION
    It’s easy to register for programs online. In your web
    browser, type: http://www.tohparks.com

    Search by Activity



                                                                   TO REGISTER ONLINE USING WEBTRAC:

                                                                     If you already created a household account in WebTrac you
                                                                     can register for programs by going to www.tohparks.com and
                                                                     log in using your user name and password. You can register
                                                                     by selecting the activity type and finding the program or you
                                                                     can browse activities and search by type, age, grade, or activity
                                                                     number.
                                                                     If you haven’t created a household account and you current-
                                                                     ly have an active Recreation I.D. Card or Golf Card you must
                                                                     complete and return the Household Member form on page 5
                                                                     prior to using WebTrac online. This form can be mailed to or
                                                                     completed in person at the Parks and Recreation Department
                                                                     or at the Dix Hills Ice Rink. After you complete and return this
                                                                     information you will be receive an e-mail with a username and
    Search by Type                                                   password that must be used to register online.
                                                                     If you don’t complete and return the Household Member form
                                                                     you can still create your own household in WebTrac by going
                                                                     to tohparks.com and register online but you will pay the non-
                                                                     card holder fee.
                                                                     If you don’t have a Recreation I.D. Card or Golf Card, you can
                                                                     also create your own household in WebTrac and pay the non-
                                                                     card holder fee.
                                                                     There are NO REFUNDS for activities unless the Department
                                                                     cancels a program.
                                                                     For children under 13 years of age a parent or guardian can
                                                                     use their Recreation I.D. Card/Golf Card.
                                                                     The new registration system will save participants money
                                                                     because there is no longer a service fee. You can also add
                                                                     your name to a waiting list and use program credits on line.
                                                                     If you have any questions call the Parks and Recreation Depart-
    Search by Number                                                 ment at 351-3089 or 351- 3093.




4           SUMMER/FALL 2011                                 TOWN OF HUNTINGTON DEPARTMENT OF PARKS & RECREATION • 631-351-3089
                                                                                                 ONLINE REGISTRATION
                                TOWN OF HUNTINGTON DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION
                                                HOUSEHOLD MEMBER FORM
                                                (FOR REGISTRATION THRU WEBTRAC)
*Mandatory Fields – must be completed

PLEASE PRINT

Primary Guardian                                                        SECOndary Guardian

*FIRST NAME: ______________________________________________             *FIRST NAME: ______________________________________________

*LAST NAME: _______________________________________________             *LAST NAME: _______________________________________________

*ADDRESS: _________________________________________________             *ADDRESS: _________________________________________________

*CITY: ___________________________ STATE: ______ ZIP: ________          *CITY: ___________________________ STATE: ______ ZIP: ________

*HOME PHONE: (_____)_______________________________________             *HOME PHONE: (_____)_______________________________________

•WORk PHONE: (_____) _______________________________________            •WORk PHONE: (_____) _______________________________________

EMERgENCY PHONE: (_____) __________________________________             EMERgENCY PHONE: (_____) __________________________________

CELL PHONE: (_____) _________________________________________           CELL PHONE: (_____) _________________________________________

*EMAIL: ____________________________________________________            *EMAIL: ____________________________________________________

•BIRTHDATE: ___________________________                                 •BIRTHDATE: ___________________________

*REC ID # or gOLF ID#: ____________________ *ExP. DATE: ________        *REC ID # or gOLF ID#: ____________________ *ExP. DATE: ________
**Any Rec ID or Golf ID expiring in 2011 must be                        **Any Rec ID or Golf ID expiring in 2011 must be
  updated prior to registering                                            updated prior to registering


FamiLy mEmBEr(S)

*FuLL NAME ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________

*BIRTHDATE: __________________________________ M:___ F: ___gRADE: _______

If over 13 years of age, REC ID # or gOLF ID#: _____________ ExP. DATE: __________


*FuLL NAME ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________

*BIRTHDATE: ____________________________M ___F _______gRADE __________

If over 13 years of age, REC ID # or gOLF ID#: _____________ ExP. DATE: __________


*FuLL NAME ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________

*BIRTHDATE: ____________________________M ___F _______gRADE __________

If over 13 years of age, REC ID # or gOLF ID#: _____________ ExP. DATE: __________


*FuLL NAME ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________

*BIRTHDATE: ____________________________M ___F _______gRADE __________

If over 13 years of age, REC ID # or gOLF ID#: _____________ ExP. DATE: __________


                         An email address is required to receive a uSER NAME and PASSWORD for online registrations.
     Complete this form and return it to HuNTINgTON PARkS & RECREATION. You will receive an email with your uSER NAME and PASSWORD.
                            For further information or any questions, please call the Department at 351-3089
       PLEaSE rETurn THiS FOrm TO: HuNTINgTON PARkS & RECREATION, 100 MAIN STREET, HuNTINgTON, NY 11743 ATT: WEBTRAC
FOR OFFICE USE ONLY

Initials ___________ Date ____________

TOWN HALL INFORMATION • 631-351-3000 • http://town.huntington.ny.us                                       SUMMER/FALL 2011             5
SUMMER DAY CAMPS
CAMP SEAHAWk                                                                   CAMP SOUNDVIEW
  This unique day camp program is offered in cooperation with                    A full day camp program located on Long Island Sound at
  the Cold Spring Harbor and Huntington School Districts. The                    Crab Meadow Beach. The program will include a variety of ac-
  program will include arts and crafts, sports, special events,                  tivities such as swim instruction, recreational swim, arts and
  games, dance, and computers. Medical forms are required                        crafts, sports and special events. Lunch not provided. Medical
  and must be submitted one month prior to Session.                              forms are required and must be submitted one month prior
  DATES:                                                                         to Session. If a rain day is declared, the camp will be cancelled
  Session I     June 27 – July 8 (no camp July 4) ....Act. #122702-01            for that day with no refunds.
  Session II    July 11 – July 22 FILLED ........Act. #122702-02                 DATES:
  Session III   July 25 – August 5 .........................Act. #122702-03      Session I       July 5 – July 15 (no camp July 4) ..... Act. #122703-01
                                                                                 Session II      July 18 – July 29..............................Act. #122703-02
  TIME:         Monday – Friday, 8:15 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
                                                                                 Session III     August 1 – August 12 ...................Act. #122703-03
  ELIGIBILITY: Children in grades 1-7 (as of September 2011)                     TIME:           Monday – Friday, 8:15 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
  FEE:          $254 per session w/Recreation ID card                            ELIGIBILITY: Grades 1-7 (as of September 2011)
                $350 per session w/o Recreation ID card.
                Includes T-shirt and group photo.                                FEE:            $268 per session w/Recreation ID card
                                                                                                 $345 w/o Recreation ID card
  LOCATION: West Side Elementary School                                                          Includes T-shirt and group photo
                1597 Laurel Hollow Road, Syosset
                                                                                 REGISTRATION: Online registration for 100% of the openings
  REGISTRATION: Online registration for 100% of the openings                     began March 9 for Huntington residents. If openings remain,
  began March 11 for Huntington residents and Cold Spring                        starting, residents and non-residents can register in person at
  Harbor School District residents. If openings remain, residents                Parks and Recreation or online. For online registration infor-
  and non-residents can register in person at Parks and Recre-                   mation, see page 4.
  ation or online. For online registration information, see page 4.            PROJECT P.L.A.Y. AND ST. JOHN’S CAMP
GOLD STAR CAMP                                                                   A summer program for residents, ages 4 to 12, based upon
  A full-day camp program with an environmental focus lo-                        income level criteria. The program offers a variety of activities
  cated at Coindre Hall and Gold Star Battalion Beach. The pro-                  such as arts and crafts, sports, special events and field trips.
  gram will include a variety of activities such as nature study,                Breakfast, lunch and a snack are provided under the guide-
  arts and crafts, sports and special events. A special touch tank               lines of the U.S.D.A. Limited bus transportation is included.
                                                                                 Medical forms are required and must be submitted one
  will include snails, mussels, clams, sea stars, crabs, lobsters and
                                                                                 month prior to the start of the program.
  various fish of Long Island Sound. Campers learn how animals                   DATES:          Wednesday, June 29 – August 5 (no program July 4)
  adapt and survive in their habitat, and how they can protect
  the animals and Sound from pollution. Medical forms are re-                    TIME:           Monday (except first week) – Friday
  quired and must be submitted one month prior to Session.                                       8:45 a.m. – 2:45 p.m.
  DATES:                                                                         LOCATION: Jack Abrams Intermediate School
  Session I      June 27 – July 8 (no camp July 4) ....Act. #122701-01           REGISTRATION: Jack Abrams Intermediate School, Lowndes
  Session II     July 11 – July 22 FILLED ........Act. #122701-02                Avenue, Huntington Station, April 14, 28 from 6:00 p.m. –
  Session III    July 25 – August 5 .........................Act. #122701-03     8:00 p.m. Registration is on a first come, first serve basis and is
  TIME:          Monday – Friday, 8:15 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.                          limited. Proof of income and residency required.
  ELIGIBILITY: Grades 1 – 7 (as of September 2011)                             CAMP BRIGHT STAR
                                                                                 Campers who have various developmental disabilities will ex-
  FEE:           $237 per session w/Recreation ID card                           perience true fun and develop friendships in a safe caring, and
                 (Huntington or Suffolk County)                                  structured environment. Activities include swimming, sports,
                 $330 per session w/o Recreation ID card                         arts and crafts, music, creative arts, trips, and special events
                 Includes T-shirt and group photo                                such as carnivals, camp plays, talent shows, and picnics. In-
  REGISTRATION: Online registration for 100% of the open-                        clusion activities are also done with other Town camps. Trips
  ings began March 4 for Huntington residents. If openings                       have included bowling, movies, mini-golf and Plaster Funcraft.
  remain, residents and non-residents can register in person at                  Medical forms are required and must be submitted one
  Parks and Recreation or online. For online registration infor-                 month prior to camp.
                                                                                 DATES:          Tuesday, June 28 – August 5 (no camp July 4)
  mation, see page 4.
                                                                                 TIMES:          Monday (except first week) – Friday
                                                                                                 9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
                   WANTED
        EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN                                             LOCATION: A school in the Commack School District
             for CAMP SEAHAWk                                                    ELIGIBILITY: Boys and girls, ages 6 and older. Must be able to
            Monday – Friday, June 27 to August 5                                 function in a group environment without one-to-one assistance.
                         $12.80/hr.                                              FEE:            $185 w/Recreation ID card
                   Call 631-351-3071                                                             $545 w/o Recreation ID card
                                                                                 Includes free bus transportation for Huntington residents
                                                                                 only and camp shirt.
                                                                                 REGISTRATION: Starting in March, registration is conducted
                                                                                 by mail for returning campers. New applicants must com-
                                                                                 plete a screening process with the camp director. New camp-
                                                                                 ers should call the Parks and Recreation Department for an
                                                                                 initial screening and application. Deadline for registration
                                                                                 is June 1. Campers are permitted to come to camp for any
                                                                                 length of time. Preference is given to Huntington residents.
6          SUMMER/FALL 2011                                            TOWN OF HUNTINGTON DEPARTMENT OF PARKS & RECREATION • 631-351-3089
                                                                                                    DIX HILLS ADVENTURE CAMPS
DIX HILLS ADVENTURE CAMP
   A full day camp program on the beautiful Dix Hills Park
   grounds. The program includes a variety of activities, such
   as swim instruction, recreational swim, ice-skating, arts and
   crafts, sports, group games. Limited enrollment. Medical
   forms are required and must be submitted one month prior
   to session.
   DATES:
   Session I      June 27 – July 8 (no camp July 4) ... Act. #222701-01
   Session II     July 11 – July 22............................. Act. #222701-02
   Session III    July 25 – August 5 ........................ Act. #222701-03
   Session IV     August 8 – August 19 .................. Act. #222701-04
   TIME:          Monday – Friday, 8:15 a.m. – 3:45 p.m.
   ELIGIBILITY: Grades 1-8 (as of September 2010).
   FEE:           $412 per session w/Recreation ID card
                  $541 per session w/o Recreation ID card
                  includes T-shirt and photo                                         Councilman Mark Cuthbertson with some of the players at the August,
                  NO REFUNDS                                                         2010 Bocce Tournament at Elwood Park.

    OPTIONAL: Golf will be offered to 6th, 7th, and 8th graders for                      Session III   July 25 – August 5 ........................ Act. #222703-03
    an additional fee of $72. Includes four 30-minute sessions                           Session IV    August 8 – August 19 .................. Act. #222703-04
    with a golf pro. Clubs will be provided. Separate checks for                         REGISTRATION: Follow the registration procedure listed un-
    golf should be made payable to Town of Huntington and pre-                           der the regular Adventure Camp heading.
    sented at the time of registration.
    DATES:
    Session I June 27 – July 8 (no camp July 4)…. ... Act.#222705-01                 PRESCHOOL ADVENTURE CAMP
    Session II July 11 – July 22 ................................. Act. #222705-02     A half day camp program in beautiful Dix Hills Park. The pro-
    Session III July 25 – August 5 ............................. Act. #222705-03       gram will include a variety of activities such as swim instruc-
    Session IV August 8 – August 19 ...................... Act. #222705-04             tion, arts and crafts, sports, and group games. Limited enroll-
                                                                                       ment. Medical forms are required and must be submitted
                                                                                       one month prior to Session.
    OPTIONAL: Ice Skating is part of the camp day. Ice skating
                                                                                       DATES:
    instruction is offered for an additional $52. It includes four
                                                                                       Session I      June 27 – July 8 (no camp July 4) ... Act. #222702-01
    30-minute classes with a skating instructor. Separate checks
                                                                                       Session II     July 11 – July 22............................. Act. #222702-02
    payable to the Town of Huntington should be presented at
                                                                                       Session III    July 25 – August 5 ........................ Act. #222702-03
    the time of registration.
                                                                                       Session IV     August 8 – August 19 .................. Act. #222702-04
    DATES:
    Session I      June 27 – July 8 (no camp July 4) ... Act. #222704-01               TIME:          Monday – Friday, 8:45 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.
    Session II     July 11 – July 22............................. Act. #222704-02      ELIGIBILITY: Must be 4 years of age by December 1, 2010 or
    Session III    July 25 – August 5 ........................ Act. #222704-03         entering kindergarten in September 2011. Birth certificates
    Session IV     August 8 – August 19 .................. Act. #222704-04             required for all registrants.
                                                                                       FEE:           $270 per session w/Recreation ID card
    REGISTRATION: Online registration began March 3. If open-                                         $370 w/o Recreation ID card
    ings remain, residents and non-residents can register in                                          includes T-shirt and photo
    person at the Dix Hills Ice Rink, Parks and Recreation Office,                                    NO REFUNDS
    or online. For further information, contact Dix Hills Park at                      REGISTRATION: Follow the registration procedure listed un-
    631-462-5883.                                                                      der the regular Adventure Camp heading.

ADVENTURE PLUS
  This program is designed to accommodate the working par-
  ent who, otherwise, may not be able to participate in the
  Adventure Camp Program. Adventure Plus will provide adult
  supervision for enrolled children from 3:45 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
  Activities will include art projects, in-house movies, ice-skat-
  ing or swimming. Enrollment limited to 60 children. Medical
  forms are required and must be submitted one month prior
  to session.
  FEE:            $217 per child for 2-week session w/Rec. ID
                  $275 per child for 2-week session w/o Rec. ID
                  (no multiple child discount)
                  NO REFUNDS
  DATES:
  Session I       June 27 – July 8 (no camp July 4) .... Act.#222703-01
  Session II      July 11 – July 22............................. Act. #222703-02
TOWN HALL INFORMATION • 631-351-3000 • http://town.huntington.ny.us                                                           SUMMER/FALL 2011                    7
SUMMER DAY CAMPS
MAD SCIENCE CAMPS                                                                              goggles and change liquid to solid and back again. They get
  This program, in cooperation with Mad Science of Long Island,                                to handle laboratory tools, build and break molecules, and
  will feature different science topics for Preschool/Kindergar-                               pick up some tricks on chemical changes.
  ten and elementary school aged children. The topics and                                      July 11-15 .....................................................................Act. #123401-02
  dates are listed below. For a day-by-day description of each                                 Robots & Reactions: Ages 7 – 11 — Build your very own ro-
  theme visit www.madscienceli.org Children should bring a                                     bot and learn the incredible things that robots can do. Work
  drink and a snack of non-perishable foods.                                                   with simple machines that can lift objects and launch them
  TIMES: Ages 4 – 5                  9:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.                                    into the air. Create your own scientific reactions while learn-
            Ages 6 – 11              9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon                                    ing about the nuts and bolts of the universe. Take-home proj-
  ELIGIBILITY: Ages 4 – 11 years. Not all topics are available for                             ects include a robot, Mad Science silly putty and more. $25
  all ages/grades                                                                              materials fee payable in cash the first day of camp.
  FEE:      Ages 4 – 5               $213.60 per week                                          July 18 – 22 ..................................................................Act. #123401-03
            Ages 6 – 11              $180.00 4-day week (July 5-8)                             Junior Scientist: Ages 4 – 5 — Become a Junior Mad Sci-
            Ages 6 – 11              $224.40 per week                                          entist! This new camp is a great introduction to science.
  LOCATION:         Washington Drive Primary School                                            Preschoolers explore the human body, and their sense of
                    95 Washington Drive, Centerport                                            sight, sound, and touch. Explore the science of colors and
  REGISTRATION: Online and in person begins May 19 at                                          the way things move. Campers become paleontologists by
  9:00 a.m. In-person registration is at the Parks and Recreation                              searching for fossils and participating in a mini dinosaur dig.
  office. See page 4 for online registration information. Activity                             Finally, take an exciting mission with Mad Science to explore
  numbers (Act. #) listed with classes must be used with online                                the planets, moons and stars. Campers will enjoy daily take-
  registration.                                                                                home projects related to each subject.
                                                                                               July 25-29 .....................................................................Act. #123401-04
  DATES & TOPICS
                                                                                               Science in Motion: Ages 6 – 10 — Science and engineering
  Secret Agent Lab-Forensics: Ages 7 – 11 — Focus on the                                       go hand-in-hand as our campers discover what machines
  science of forensics in this hands-on look at crime scenes.                                  and nature have in common. Campers will build various
  Identify and collect evidence, from fingerprints to tracks to                                structures like bridges and domes, discover how animals and
  trash! Recreate the scene of a crime using clues and detailed                                bugs move through their world and ours, and run a crazy ob-
  observations. Campers will use science to connect the dots                                   stacle course with the help of simple machines.
  and help sniff out the suspects in this hands-on investigation                               July 25 -29 ....................................................................Act. #123401-05
  into the science of sleuthing.
  July 5-8 (4 days) .........................................................Act. #123401-01   Secret Agent Lab-Detective: Ages 7 – 11 — Step into the
                                                                                               shoes of a detective by uncovering the science involved in
    Crazy Chemworks: Ages 7 – 11 — Shake up a flask of fun In                                  evidence gathering and analysis. Become a super sleuth
    the lab as a junior chemist! These five half-days of chemistry                             and learn clever ways of performing tasks in this hands-on
    are packed solid with cool reactions. Campers put on some




8            SUMMER/FALL 2011                                                         TOWN OF HUNTINGTON DEPARTMENT OF PARKS & RECREATION • 631-351-3089
                                                                                                                                                    SUMMER DAY CAMPS
     view of the science that spies use. From decoding messages                                            tion and build models related to the NASA space program.
     to metal detectors and night vision, campers will have the                                            In addition, the day includes LEGO Star Wars themed models,
     opportunity to check out spy equipment, and discover the                                              group games, challenges and more. This camp provides the
     technological tools of detection!                                                                     spark for imagination and creativity to take off on an adven-
     August 1 – 5 ................................................................Act. #123401-06          ture that’s out of this world! At completion of this camp, camp-
     Let’s Get Growing: Ages 4 – 5 — Young campers will learn                                              ers will share their discoveries with fellow campers and family.
     how their gardens grow from the first seedling to the impor-                                          July 18 –22 ............................................................................. 121201-02
     tant roles of sun and rain, to plants and flowers that sprout                                      INVENTIONS: Ages 6 – 9
     and bloom. They will get acquainted with the many insect in-                                          "I Wish I’d Thought of That!" As campers enjoy the fun of
     habitants of their gardens, and learn how those insects help                                          building, they will understand the basic working principals
     make their gardens so beautiful. Campers will add daily to a                                          of many ingenious devices that are part of our everyday
     mural reflecting what they’ve discovered.                                                             lives. Campers will also learn the function of different LEGO
     August 8 – 12 ..............................................................Act. #123401-07           components and discover how those components can work
                                                                                                           together to create all kinds of solid structures and moving
     Advanced Robotics: Ages 8 – 11 — Join us for a week of fun
                                                                                                           parts. Campers will use imagination, teamwork and old-fash-
     with amazing robots! Learn about the uses of robots in our
                                                                                                           ioned ingenuity to design their own LEGO inventions and
     world and spend time experimenting with super cool red-
                                                                                                           motorized creations. At the completion of the camp, children
     hot robots. Experiment with sound sensing robots, line-track-
                                                                                                           will have the opportunity to present their own design.
     ing robots, solar powered robots and robots that can even
                                                                                                           July 25 – 29 ............................................................................ 121201-03
     be programmed! Discover the science of circuits and how
     robots use their components to explore and react to what is                                        MINDSTORMS ROBOTICS: Ages 9+
     around them. Use your skills to build your very own working                                           The hottest selling LEGO brand, Mindstorms, combines clas-
     robot to take home with you! $35 materials fee payable In                                             sic LEGO building with the world of robotics, using motors,
     cash the first day of camp.                                                                           sensors and software. You’ll learn how to design and program
     August 8 – 12 ..............................................................Act. #123401-08           your LEGO ‘bots that can perform all kinds of tasks! Mindstorm
                                                                                                           software lets you place icons in sequence to design the com-
                                                                                                           mands you want. It’s easy to learn and teaches basic program-
BRICkS 4 kIDZ SUMMER LEGO CAMP
                                                                                                           ming logic. This camp is a fun and challenging introduction to
  This program, offered in cooperation with Bricks 4 kidz, fea-
                                                                                                           the world of robotics for the advanced LEGO enthusiast.
  tures hands-on enrichment classes utilizing LEGO bricks. Stu-
                                                                                                           August 15 – 19 .................................................................... 121201-04
  dents will design and build machines, buildings, robots, and
  other constructions. While exploring new concepts related to
  architecture, engineering, manufacturing, the environment,
  ect., students will develop problem solving and critical think-
  ing skills. A different theme is offered each week.
  TIMES:           Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. – Noon
  ELIGIBILITY: Ages 6-9+
  FEE:             $225 for all programs except Mindstorms
                   Robotics which is $275
  LOCATION: To be announced except for Mindstorms Robot-
  ics which will be held at Coindre Hall, 101 Browns Road,
  Huntington. Entrance is in the back.
  REGISTRATION: Register online at www.bricks4kidz.com
  For more information call 631-239-8720
  DATES & TOPICS:
AMUSEMENT PARk MADNESS: Ages 6 – 9
  Get your ticket to ride at Bricks 4 Kidz very own LEGO Amuse-
  ment Park! Campers will build new rides each day, learning
  how to make things spin, roll, turn, and rock. Can you cre-
  ate your own LEGO amusement park and surrounding city?
  Come and find out! Motorized models and our famous build-
  ing model series maximize the action and fun. Build rides
  following our exclusive models plans and be creative and
  build some of your own. Kids who love to see their creations
  in motion will love this challenging and exciting camp. After
  building their models, the campers customize their projects,
  demonstrate their imagination and share their creations
  with their camp friends and family.
  July 11 –15 ............................................................................. 121201-01
SPACE ADVENTURES: Ages 6 – 9
  Inspired by NASA and Star Wars, our Space Adventures Camp
  is packed full of models that will make campers’ imaginations
  blast off! Each day campers will learn about real-life explora-
TOWN HALL INFORMATION • 631-351-3000 • http://town.huntington.ny.us                                                                                           SUMMER/FALL 2011                             9
PLAYGROUND & PRESCHOOL PROGRAM/CIT PROGRAM
PLAYGROUND PROGRAM                                                    PRESCHOOL PROGRAM
  An organized recreation experience under the guidance of a            Special program for the preschool child that features music,
  certified teacher and trained counselors. Children will partici-      arts and crafts, games and storytelling. All under certified
                                                                        teachers. Includes class photo.
  pate in sports, quiet games, arts and crafts, and special events      LOCATIONS: Preschool locations depend upon approval by
  in age appropriate groups.                                            respective school districts and in some cases school budget
  DATES:         July 5 – August 12, (no program on July 4)             approval. For site information visit the Town’s website and
                                                                        check the Online Library under Parks & Recreation for the 2011
     TIME:         Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon              Playground/Preschool flyer after 4 p.m. on May 20.
     ELIGIBILITY: Grades 1 – 7 (as of September 2011)                 THREE YEAR OLDS
     LOCATION: Playground locations depend upon approval by             DATES:       July 5 – August 12 (no program July 4)
     respective school districts and, in some cases, school budget      TIME:        Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
     approval. At this time playground sites are not confirmed. For     ELIGIBILITY: Must be three years by June 1 and toilet trained.
     site information visit the Town’s website and check the Online     Children can’t wear pull-ups or diapers. Birth certificate
     Library under Parks & Recreation for the 2011 Playground/Pre-      required.
     school flyer after 4 PM on May 20..                                FEE:         $275 w/Recreation ID card
                                                                                     $335 w/o Recreation ID card
     FEE:          $205 w/Recreation ID card
                                                                                     Enrollment limited. Class photo included.
                   $265 w/o Recreation ID card
                                                                      FOUR AND FIVE YEAR OLDS
     REGISTRATION: Online for 100% of the openings starts                DATES:         July 5 – August 12 (no program July 4)
     May 23 at 4:00 p.m. for Huntington residents. See page 4
                                                                         TIME:          Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon
     for online registration information. Please use the activity
                                                                         ELIGIBILITY: Children 4 and 5 years of age. Must be 4 by the
     numbers associated with each site. These numbers will be on         start of the program. Birth certificate required.
     the 2011 Playground/Pre-school flyer on the Town’s website
                                                                         FEE:           $270 w/Recreation ID card
     in the Online Library under Parks & Recreation starting May                        $330 w/o Recreation ID card
     20 at 4:00 p.m. Any remaining openings will be available                           Enrollment limited. Class photo included.
     both online and in person starting May 26 at 9:00 a.m. Non-
                                                                         REGISTRATION: Online for 100% of the openings starts
     residents may register starting May 31. Registration ends           May 23 at 4:00 p.m. for Huntington residents. See page 4
     Friday, June 24 at 4:00 p.m. If you haven’t completed and           for online registration information. Please use the activity
     returned a household form on page 5 or created a household          numbers associated with each site. These numbers will
     account In WebTrac you must do this prior to registration. For      be available by checking the Town’s website in the Online
                                                                         Library under Parks & Recreation for the 2011 Playground/
     more Information see pages 4-5.                                     Pre-school flyer starting May 20 at 4:00 p.m. Any remaining
                                                                         openings will be available both online and in person starting
                                                                         May 26, 9:00 a.m. Non-residents may register starting May 31.
                                                                         Registration ends Friday, June 24 at 4:00 p.m. If you haven’t
                                                                         completed and returned a household form on page 5 or
                                                                         created a household account In WebTrac you must do this
                                                                         prior to registration. For more Information see pages 4 - 5.
                                                                      CIT – COUNSELORS-IN-TRAINING PROGRAM
                                                                         This program is designed to train young people to be camp
                                                                         counselors. Counselors-in-training will work with counselors
                                                                         and program directors in Town Playground Program.
                                                                         DATES:         July 5 – August 12 (no program July 4)
                                                                         TIMES:         Monday – Friday, 8:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
                                                                                        Must enroll for a minimum of 3 weeks.
                                                                         ELIGIBILITY: Grades 8, 9, and 10 (as of Sept. 2011)
                                                                         LOCATION: Programs are held at Elementary Schools in
                                                                         school districts in the Town.
                                                                         FEE:           1st year – $35
                                                                                        2nd year – $30
                                                                                        3rd year – no fee
                                                                         REGISTRATION: Interested people should contact the
                                                                         Department of Parks and Recreation at 631-351-3089 for an
                                                                         application. Applications are also on the Parks and Recreation
                                                                         website (http://town.huntington.ny.us) Applications are due
                                                                         no later than May 6. Applicants will be notified by June 6.

                                                                                    TEACHERS WANTED
                                                                                  for Creative Arts and Community
                                                                                          Education Programs
                                                                                         Call 631-351-3089
                                                                                 Teacher Salary is commensurate with
                                                                                      education and experience
                                                                         The Town of Huntington is an Equal Opportunity Employer
10           SUMMER/FALL 2011                                  TOWN OF HUNTINGTON DEPARTMENT OF PARKS & RECREATION • 631-351-3089
                                                                                          SkATE PARk and RAMP CAMP
GREENLAWN SkATE PARk                                                     SkATEBOARD LESSONS
  The Greenlawn Skate Park Is located in Greenlawn Park on                 DATES:         Sundays, September 11 - October 16
  the corner of Broadway and Cuba Hill Road. The Park, which                              five classes – no class October 9
  is 9,200 square feet, has grind boxes, wedges, rails, spines,            TIMES:
  ramps, sub boxes, quarter pipes, and half pipes ranging up to            Beginner     9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.,............. Act. #133001-01
  eight feet in height. The Park is designed for beginners and                          10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m............. Act. #133001-02
  advanced rollerbladers, skateboarders, and BMX Bikers. The               Intermediate 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon ......... Act. #133002-01
  Park has already been called the most challenging Skate Park
  on Long Island. The users themselves designed the Park. All               LOCATION:
  skaters must wear ANSI or SNELL approved helmet. Knee-                    Veterans Park Skate Park, Bellrose Avenue,
  pads, elbow pads, and wrist guards are optional. Skaters must             East Northport
  wear shoes and shirt. There is no fee to use this Park.                   ELIGIBILITY: Children in grades one and up.
  GREENLAWN SkATE PARk SCHEDULE:                                            EQUIPMENT: An ANSI or SNELL approved helmet Is required,
  Monday – Sunday                   12:00 noon – dusk                       Kneepads and elbow pads are recommended but optional.
                                    (weather permitting)                    MUST BE a real skateboard.
VETERANS PARk SkATE PARk                                                    INSTRUCTOR: Taylor McLam
   The new concrete skate park at Veterans Park includes both
   street and vertical bowl areas. It was built by Site Design              FEE: $68 w/Recreation ID Card or Skateboard Annual Pass
   Group and California Skate Parks – two of the premier skate-                    $83 w/o Recreation ID Card or Pass.
   board companies in the country. The street area is a plaza-              REGISTRATION: In person and online starts August 4 at
   type design and consists of various small ramps, stairs, hand-           9:00 a.m. at Town Hall Parks and Recreation office. For online
   rails, and low box features including pump bump rollers,                 information, see page 4.
   stairs with hubbas and handrails, a pier 1 ledge, banked hips,        RAMP CAMP
   hubba ledges, euro gaps, and small wall rides and quarter               Skateboarders will learn the necessary skills to utilize and en-
   pipes. The concrete vertical bowl area consists of two bowls.           joy the new state of the art Skate Park, which includes a street
   The first vertical bowl area is a 3 elevation amoeba bowl with          section, flow course, and amoeba bowl section. The camp will
   pool coping and tile with depths of 6.5 ft., 7.5 ft., and 10 ft.        include instruction in all three areas of the park. The camp
   The second vertical bowl is a flow course, which varies in              will also feature contests and free skating time. Staff are ex-
   depth from 6.5 ft. to 8.5 ft. There is a 6.5 ft. deep area with         perts in vertical bowl riding and street style skateboarding.
   a half pipe area and an oververt pocket and hips and con-               Participants should bring a snack and beverage.
   cludes at a bowl at a depth of 8.5 ft.                                  DATES:
   This park can be used for rollerblading and skateboards.                Session I: Beginners
   BMX bikes are prohibited.                                                                 July 5 – July 15 (no camp July 4) .....Act. #123001-01
   VETERANS PARk SCHEDULE:                                                 Session II: Beginners
   Monday – Friday:                     12:00 Noon – dusk                                    July 18 – July 29 .........................Act. #123001-02
   Saturday & Sunday                    10:00 a.m. – dusk                  Session III: Intermediates (must be able to drop in and kick
   (Weather permitting)                                                    turn on a banked surface.)
   FEE SCHEDULE FOR VETERANS PARk:                                                           August 1 – August 12 ..............Act. #123001-03
   DAILY TICKETS:
                                                                            TIME:         Monday – Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 12 noon
                   Resident             $5 per day
                                                                                          (Friday is a rain date)
                   Non Resident         $10 per day
                                                                            LOCATION:          Veterans Park Skate Park, Bellrose Avenue,
   UNLIMITED USE PASS: PURCHASE AT PARKS & RECREATION,
                                                                                               East Northport
   DIX HILLS ICE RINK, OR CRABMEADOW GOLF COURSE
   Resident Recreation ID Card (two years):                                 ELIGIBILITY: Open to all age groups
              Ages 13-17        $10                                         FEE:          $186 w/Recreation ID card
              Ages 18 & older $20                                                         $230 w/o Recreation ID card
   Non-Resident Recreation ID Card (one year):                              REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration starts
              All ages          $50                                         May 10, 9:00 a.m . In person Is at the Parks and Recreation
 • Skateboarding and skating are hazardous recreational                     Department. For online registration Information see page 4.
   activities. Use of these facilities may result in injuries. Any use
   of these facilities is at your own risk. The Town of Huntington
   does not assume any responsibility for injuries.
 • Both parks will be closed when the equipment/apparatus is
   wet. Call 631-351-3089 Monday – Friday for opening status.
 • Both parks will be closed on Memorial Day, Fourth of July,
   Labor Day and Thanksgiving Day.
 • Recreation ID Cards are available at the Department of Parks &
   Recreation office in Town Hall, Dix Hills Ice Rink, and Crab Meadow
   Golf Course (see page 3 for requirements and office hours).
 • Skaters under the age of 10 must be accompanied by a parent/
   guardian at all times while the skater/child uses the skate park.
 • Children under the age of 6 are not allowed in the skate park
 • Operating hours are subject to change.
TOWN HALL INFORMATION • 631-351-3000 • http://town.huntington.ny.us                                               SUMMER/FALL 2011                 11
BEACHES
GOLD STAR kIDS kAYAk PROGRAM                                                   RAMPS
  The Long Island Kayak Academy & Outfitters in cooperation                       LOCATIONS/TIMES:
  with the Town of Huntington are pleased to announce this                        Asharoken, Eaton’s Neck Road, Northport, 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
  program for children, ages 9 – 16. Learn about the vessel and                   Cold Spring Harbor Boat Ramp, Route 25A, Cold Spring
  necessary equipment, safety and environmental conditions                        Harbor, 5:30 a.m. – 9:30 p.m.
  and paddling skills. Participants should come prepared with                     Hobart Beach, Eaton’s Neck Road, Northport, 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
  proper swimwear, sunscreen, towel, water and protective                         Mill Dam, Mill Dam Road, Huntington, 5:30 a.m. – 9:30 p.m.
                                                                                  Soundview, (LIPA), off Eaton’s Neck Road, Northport (Vehi-
  footwear, no bare feet.                                                         cles with boat trailers only. No visitors.), 5:00 a.m. – 1:00 a.m.
  DATES/TIMES: Monday – Friday, two hours per day
  Session 1 July 5 – July 9                                                       A boat ramp permit is required for all vessels using the
               9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. .........................Act#121701-01      ramps. It must be displayed on each vessel. A beach permit
                                                                                  is also required for the vehicle. Permits are available at the
               12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. ........................Act# 121701-02      ramps beginning May 28. Proof of residency and NY State
  Session 2 July 11 - July 15                                                     Boat Registration required. Permits must be affixed to the
               9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. ........................Act# 121701-03      vessel and vehicle by attendant. Permits are non-transfer-
               12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. ........................Act# 121701-04      able. Permits are non-replaceable if lost or stolen.
  Session 3 July 18 – July 22                                                     REQUIREMENTS:                                                FEES*
               9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. ........................Act# 121701-05      Beach Permit for Vehicle                                        $35
               12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. ........................Act# 121701-06      Boat Ramp Permit for Vessel                                     $25
  Session 4 July 25 – July 29                                                     Resident – Commercial (Seasonal)•                             $150
               9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. ........................Act# 121701-07      Non-Resident per launch (Mill Dam Only)                         $20
               12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. ........................Act# 121701-08      *Payable at the Harbor Master’s Office, Halesite
  Session 5 August 1 – August 5                                                CAR TOP LAUNCHING
               9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. ........................Act# 121701-09      Permitted at the following locations:
               12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. ........................Act# 121701-10        Asharoken Ramp                            Centerport Beach*
  Session 6 August 8 – August 12                                                    Cold Spring Harbor Boat Ramp              Crab Meadow Beach*
               9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. ........................Act# 121701-11        Hobart Ramp                               Mill Dam Ramp
               12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. ........................Act# 121701-12        Quentin Sammis/West Neck Beach*
  Session 7 August 22 – August 26                                                 Trailers at beaches only permitted at Asharoken and Hobart
               9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. ........................Act# 121701-13      Ramp locations. Commercial operations permitted at Mill
               12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. ........................Act# 121701-14      Dam Ramp only.
  Session 8 August 29 – September 2                                               *No motors allowed.
               9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. ........................Act# 121701-15
               12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. ........................Act# 121701-16   JET SkIERS
                                                                                  Jet skiers must launch from ramps only. Beach and Boat
  LOCATION: Gold Star Battalion Beach, W. Shore Rd., Huntington                   Ramp permits are required. Jet skiers should be advised that
  ELIGIBILITY: Ages 9 – 16                                                        personal watercraft are considered vessels under federal,
  FEE:         $200 per session                                                   state, and local law and must operate in compliance with
                                                                                  these laws. All jet skiers are restricted from within 500 feet of
  REGISTRATION: Online and in person begins May 3 at                              all Town beaches. Questions should be directed to the Hun-
  9:00 a.m. In-person registration takes place at the Huntington                  tington Harbor Masters Office at 631-351-3255.
  Parks and Recreation office (checks or money orders only).                   DAY FISHING
  The activity numbers listed must be used when registering.                      Beach Permit required
GOLD STAR ADULT kAYAk LESSONS (3-HOUR INTRO)                                      TIME:          8:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
  DATES:         Saturdays or Sundays — Instructor will call                      SEASON:        May 28 – September 5
                 participants to schedule lesson                                  LOCATIONS: Centerport Beach – designated area
  TIME:          TBD                                                                             Crab Meadow Beach – designated area
                                                                                                 Geissler’s Beach
  LOCATION: Gold Star Battalion Beach, W. Shore Rd., Huntington                                  Hobart Beach – west side only
  ELIGIBILITY: Ages 17 and up                                                  GOLD STAR MOORING PROGRAM
  FEE:           $100 per 3-hour session ..............Act. #121702-01            The Town of Huntington offers a limited row-out, mooring
                                                                                  program at Gold Star Battalion Beach for Town of Huntington
  REGISTRATION: Online and in person begins May 3 at                              residents only. Town residents that wish to participate in this
  9:00 a.m. See info above. For further information, call the De-                 program may sign up at the Department of Maritime Ser-
  partment of Parks and Recreation at 351-3089 or Long Island                     vices. You must bring your NYS drivers license and your NYS
  Kayak Academy & Outfitters at 631-692-5535 or log onto                          boat registration. Please note that space is limited. If space is
  www.likayakco.com                                                               unavailable for the season, residents may place their name
                                                                                  on a waiting list.* Note the Gold Star Launch Service may
                                                                                  not be used if you are in this program.
                                                                                  SEASON:        April 1 – November 15
                                                                                  FEE:           $200
                                                                                  For information, please call the Department of Maritime
                                                                                  Services at 351-3192
                                                                               SMALL BOAT RACkS
                                                                                  LOCATIONS: Asharoken Beach, Centerport Beach, Fleet’s
                                                                                  Cove Beach, Gold Star Battalion Beach, Quentin Sammis/
                                                                                  West Neck Beach.
                                                                                  SEASON:        Memorial Day Weekend – October 31
                                                                                  FEE:           $100
                                                                                  For information, please call the Department of Maritime
                                                                                  Services at 351-3192
12         SUMMER/FALL 2011                                            TOWN OF HUNTINGTON DEPARTMENT OF PARKS & RECREATION • 631-351-3089
                                                                                                                               BEACHES
BEACH LOCATIONS:
  (Main Beach Office – 631-261-7574)
  Asharoken Beach        Eatons Neck Road, Northport
  Centerport Beach       Little Neck Road, Centerport
  Crab Meadow Beach* Waterside Avenue, Northport
  Crescent Beach         Crescent Beach Drive, Huntington Bay
  Fleets Cove Beach      Fleets Cove Road, Centerport
  Gold Star Battalion Beach
                         West Shore Road, Huntington
  Hobart Beach           Eatons Neck Road, Eatons Neck
  Quentin Sammis/West Neck Beach
                         West Neck Road, Lloyd Harbor
   *Crab Meadow Beach features a restaurant and snack bar:
    LaCasaCafé–631-757-7720
   Fishing only:
                                                                        Councilwoman Susan A. Berland and her family visit the golf course at Dix
   Geissler’s Beach, Makamah Rd., Northport                             Hills Park. The Town maintains two golf courses, the 18-hole Crab Mead-
   DATES:      May 28 – September 5                                     ow course in Northport and the 9-hole Dix Hills course at Dix Hills Park.
   TIME:       8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m., seven days/week
   Lifeguard protection: seven days/week, 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.           starting May 28. Vehicle registration and drivers license
                                                                           required. Seasonal permits must be affixed on right side
   Crescent Beach Only:                                                    window by attendant. These permits are non-transferable and
   Lifeguard protection: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.                            are required on each vehicle. Not replaceable if lost or stolen.
               May 28 – June 26, weekends and holidays
               June 27 – July 31, daily                                    Senior Citizen Seasonal Beach Permit: Residents 60 years
               August 1 – August 7, weekends                               and over issued at no charge at Centerport Beach. Vehicle
                                                                           registration and drivers license required.
   ACCESS FOR THE DISABLED: Selected beaches have beach
   buggies enabling access to the water for disabled individu-             Daily Permit:
   als. Arrangements must be made in advance. Contact The                  Resident          $20 per vehicle with identification
   Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities at 631-351-3233.          Non-Resident      $30 per vehicle
   FEES:                                                                   Daily permits are sold at all beaches. All buses visiting any
   Resident Seasonal Beach Permit: $35 for beach permit                    of the beaches must have a permit issued by the Parks and
   available to residents only. Permits available at beaches               Recreation Office.




TOWN HALL INFORMATION • 631-351-3000 • http://town.huntington.ny.us                                           SUMMER/FALL 2011                13
SWIM PROGRAMS AT DIX HILLS PARk POOL
     Located on Vanderbilt Parkway, ¼ mile east of Deer Park                                                                 11:20 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. ......Act. #221402-12
     Avenue in Dix Hills, 152 beautifully wooded acres affording                                                             11:55 a.m. – 12:20 p.m. ...... Act. #221402-13
     ample parking.
                                                                                                         Session II          10:45 a.m. – 11:10 a.m. ......Act. #221402-21
     GOLF COURSE: 9-hole golf course, Men’s Par 31 – 1930 yards/
                                                                                                                             11:20 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. ......Act. #221402-22
     Ladies’ Par 32 – 1882 yards. Complex features a Practice
                                                                                                                             11:55 a.m. – 12:20 p.m. .....Act. #221402-23
     Range, Putting Green, Pro Shop with hand carts, golf carts,
     and golf clubs available for rental.                                                                Session III         10:45 a.m. – 11:10 a.m. ......Act. #221402-31
     OUTDOOR SWIMMING POOL: An outdoor 50-meter pool                                                                         11:20 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. ......Act. #221402-32
     with ½ meter and two 1-meter diving boards. A large deck area                                                           11:55 a.m. – 12:20 p.m. .....Act. #221402-33
     providing limited lounge chairs and chaises for sunning. It is                                      Session IV          10:45 a.m. – 11:10 a.m. ...... Act. #221402-41
     suggested that patrons bring their own lounge items. Locker                                                             11:20 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. ...... Act. #221402-42
     rooms, playground area, kiddie pool, and food concession are                                                            11:55 a.m. – 12:20 p.m. ..... Act. #221402-43
     also available. Completely handicapped accessible.
                                                                                                         ELIGIBILITY: Must be 4 years of age by December 1, 2011.
     ENCLOSED ICE RINk: The facility affords ice skating year                                            Birth certificate required.
     round by offering public skating, ice skating instruction, a
     hockey clinic, hockey league, hockey camp, charter time and                                         FEE: $75 w/Recreation ID card
     special events.                                                                                            $95 w/o Recreation ID card
     PICNIC AREA: Available for birthday parties, corporate                                              REGISTRATION:
     events, family reunions, etc. Picnics from April 1– November 1.                                     On-line Registration starts May 4 at 4:00 p.m. See page 4
     Reservations accepted on a first-come first-serve basis at the                                      for online registration information. Activity numbers (Act. #)
     Dix Hills Administration Office. Group rates are available for                                      listed with classes must be used with online registration.
     use of the pool or ice rink.                                                                        In Person Registration starts May 11 at Dix Hills Ice Rink from
     Call 499-8058 for details and available dates.                                                      9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. for all remaining spots. After May 13
     Facility phone numbers are:                                                                         registration will continue at the Dix Hills Ice Rink, weekdays/
         Golf Course ......................................................................499-8005      weekends from 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. After June 18, register
         Swimming Pool ..............................................................499-8000            at the Pool Office from 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. weekdays, and
         Ice Rink Office .................................................................462-5883       1:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. on weekends.
TOWN OF HUNTINGTON OLYMPIC POOL                                                                       YOUTH SWIM POOL INSTRUCTION
  DATES: Public swimming: June 18 – September 5                                                         DATES: Monday – Friday
  TIMES: Weekdays            12:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.                                                     Session I   June 27 – July 8 (no class July 4)
            Weekends         11:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.                                                     Session II  July 11 – July 22
                                                                                                        Session III July 25 – August 5
  REGISTRATION: Only Huntington residents are eligible                                                  Session IV  August 8 – August 19
  for seasonal membership. Two proofs of Residency are
  required. Starting June 1, membership applications will be                                             TIMES:
  accepted at Dix Hills Ice Rink Office 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.                                           Session I        10:30 a.m. – 11:20 a.m..............Act. #221401-11
  on weekdays only. After June 19, register at the pool office                                                            11:30 a.m. – 12:20 p.m. ...........Act. #221401-12
  between the hours of 1:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. seven days a week.                                                           5:00 p.m. – 5:50 p.m. ................Act. #221401-13
  FEE:                                                                                                                    6:00 p.m. – 6:50 p.m. ................Act. #221401-14
  Family Membership          $250/season                                                                 Session II       10:30 a.m. – 11:20 a.m. ............Act. #221401-21
  Individual Membership $100/season                                                                                       11:30 a.m. – 12:20 p.m. ...........Act. #221401-22
  Sr. Citizen/Disabled       $50/season                                                                                   5:00 p.m. – 5:50 p.m. ................Act. #221401-23
  DAILY ADMISSION FEE:                                                                                                    6:00 p.m. – 6:50 p.m. ................Act. #221401-24
  Children (under 13) w/ID                        $5.50                                                  Session III      10:30 a.m. – 11:20 a.m. ........... Act. #221401-31
  Teens (13 – 17) w/ID                            $6.00                                                                   11:30 a.m. – 12:20 p.m. ..........Act. #221401-32
  Adults (18 and up) w/ID                         $7.00                                                                   5:00 p.m. – 5:50 p.m. ............... Act. #221401-33
  Sr. Citizen/Disabled w/ID                       $4.50                                                                   6:00 a.m. – 6:50 p.m. ...............Act. #221401-34
  without Recreation ID card                      $9.00
                                                                                                         Session IV       10:30 a.m. – 11:20 a.m. ............Act. #221401-41
  Pool is completely accessible to the Disabled.                                                                          11:30 a.m. – 12:20 p.m. ............Act. #221401-42
  Children under one year are free. Non-residents must be ac-                                                             5:00 p.m. – 5:50 p.m. ................Act. #221401-43
  companied by a Town resident.                                                                                           6:00 p.m. – 6:50 p.m. ................Act. #221401-44
PRESCHOOL SWIM POOL INSTRUCTION
  The Preschool Program is designed to be a “readiness” expe-                                            ELIGIBILITY: Must be 5 years of age by December 1, 2011.
  rience for children. Participants will be given an opportunity                                         Birth certificate required for 5 year olds.
  to adjust to the water and progress according to skill level.                                          FEE: $75 w/Recreation ID card
  DATES:       Monday – Friday                                                                                  $95 w/o Recreation ID card
  Session I June 27 – July 8 (no class July 4)                                                           REGISTRATION:
  Session II July 11 – July 22                                                                           Online Registration starts May 4 at 4:00 p.m. See page 4
  Session III July 25 – August 5                                                                         for online registration information. Activity numbers (Act. #)
  Session IV August 8 – August 19                                                                        listed with classes must be used with online registration.
  TIMES:                                                                                                 In Person Registration starts May 11 at Dix Hills Ice Rink from
  Session I           10:45 a.m. – 11:10 a.m. ...... Act. #221402-11                                     9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. for all remaining spots. After May 13
14            SUMMER/FALL 2011                                                              TOWN OF HUNTINGTON DEPARTMENT OF PARKS & RECREATION • 631-351-3089
                                                                               SWIM PROGRAMS AT DIX HILLS PARk POOL
   registration will continue at the Dix Hills Ice Rink, weekdays/                       SWIMMING CLASSES FOR THE DISABLED
   weekends from 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. After June 18, register                            YOUTH/ADULTS: Ages 3 and up, Huntington residents only
   at the Pool Office from 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. weekdays, and                            DATES:       July 6 – August 6
   1:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. on weekends.
                                                                                             TIME:          Monday through Thursday
DIVING INSTRUCTION                                                                           Youth          5:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.......................Act. #221406-11
   Youth 6 – 17 years of age for beginner and intermediate div-                              Youth & Adult 5:40 p.m. – 6:10 p.m. ................Act. #221406-12
   ers. A swimming test will be given on the first day. Each reg-                            Youth & Adult 6:20 p.m. – 6:50 p.m..................Act. #221406-13
   istrant must be able to swim 15 yards in deep water for the
   beginning and intermediate class. In addition, participants                               FEE: $60 w/Recreation ID card
                                                                                                    $90 w/o Recreation ID card
   for the intermediate class must be able to perform a front
                                                                                                    no refunds
   and back dive with reasonably good form.
   DATES:                                                                                    REGISTRATION: Advanced registration required. Registration
   Session I: June 27 – July 8 (NOTE: no class July 4)                                       begins June 1, at the Dix Hills Park Ice Rink Office 10:00 a.m. –
                   Beginner ............................................Act #221403-11       8:00 p.m., weekdays. After June 19, register at the Pool
                   Intermediate ....................................Act. #221403-12          Office from 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m., weekdays, and 1:00 p.m. –
   Session II: July 11 – July 22                                                             7:00 p.m. on weekends. All applicants must be screened at
                   Beginner ...........................................Act. #221403-21       registration. Must have documentation at registration of
                   Intermediate ....................................Act. #221403-22          disability to be enrolled In the class.
   Session III: July 25 – August 5                                                       LIFEGUARD TRAINING
                   Beginner ...........................................Act. #221403-31      This course will prepare participants for jobs as lifeguards.
                   Intermediate ....................................Act. #221403-32         DATES:
   Session IV: August 8 – August 19                                                         Lifeguard Training
                   Beginner ...........................................Act. #221403-41      Session I      June 28 – July 9 (NOTE: no class July 4)...... Act. #221407-11
                   Intermediate ....................................Act. #221403-42         Session II     July 19 – August 6 .........................Act. #221407-21
   TIMES:                                                                                   TIME:          Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
   Beginners          Weekdays,10:30 a.m. – 11:20 a.m.                                      FEES:
   Intermediates Weekdays, 11:30 a.m. – 12:20 p.m.                                          Lifeguard Training & CPR & First Aid Course
                                                                                                    $200 w/Recreation ID card
  FEE: $75 w/Recreation ID card
                                                                                                    $265 w/o Recreation ID card
         $95 w/o Recreation ID card                                                                 Book fee to be advised
         no refunds                                                                                 no refunds
  REGISTRATION: Starting June 1, register online (see page 4)                               PREREQUISITES: 15 years of age, swim 500 yards, surface
  or at the Dix Hills Ice Rink Office 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. After                          dive to 9 ft. and retrieve 10 lbs., swim underwater 15 yds.,
  June 18, register at the pool office between the hours of                                 tread water for one minute, adult CPR certificate, First Aid
  1:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. weekdays and 1:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. on                               certificate required at completion in order to receive a
  weekends. Please bring all diving cards when registering.                                 lifeguard training card.
ADULT LAP SWIM                                                                              REGISTRATION: Starting June 1, register online (see page 4)
  For adults 18 and above with proof of residency.                                          or at the Dix Hills Park Ice Rink Office, from 10:00 a.m. –
  DATES:           June 21 – August 5 ........................Act. #221404-01               8:00 p.m., Monday – Sunday. After June 18, register at the
  TIME:            Monday, Wednesday, Friday                                                Pool Office from 10:00 am – 7:00 p.m. weekdays and 1:00 p.m.
                   7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.                                                    – 7:00 p.m. weekends. Birth certificates for 15 year olds are
                                                                                            required at registration. A book must be purchased from the
  FEE:             $53 w/Recreation ID card
                                                                                            Red Cross.
                   $81 w/o Recreation ID card
                   no refunds                                                               Swimming instruction will be held each day, rain or shine,
                                                                                            except in the event of thunderstorms. In this case, the pool
  REGISTRATION: Starting June 1, register online (see page 4)                               will be closed. There will be no make up lessons. The pool will
  or at Dix Hills Park Ice Rink Office, 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.,                             be sectioned off for lessons between 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.,
  weekdays. After June 18, register at the Pool Office.                                     weekdays. No refunds.
ADULT SWIM INSTRUCTION PROGRAM
  Learn to swim or improve your stroke. Structured for begin-
  ners, ages 18 and above.
  DATES:
                                                                                                      SAVE THE DATE!
  Session I        June 27 – July 8 (NOTE: no class July 4)...... Act. #221405-11               for Councilman Mark Cuthbertson’s
  Session II       July 11 – July 22............................. Act. #221405-21                 Annual Town of Huntington vs.
  TIME:            Monday – Thursday, 7:00 p.m. – 7:45 p.m.                                              Town of Babylon
                                                                                               BOCCE TOURNAMENT
  FEE:             $75 w/Recreation ID card
                   $95 w/o Recreation ID card
                   no refunds                                                             Sunday, August 7, 2011 at Elwood Park
  REGISTRATION: Starting June 1, register online (see page 4) or
  at the Dix Hills Ice Rink Office 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. After June 18,                     For registration information, call:
  register at the pool office between the hours of 1:00 p.m. – 7:00                                   631-351-2877
  p.m. weekdays and 1:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. on weekends.

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SWIM PROGRAMS AT TOWN BEACHES
     Beach permit required for vehicle. Enrollment is limited. Birth             Session II       11:30 a.m. – 12:00 noon .......... Act. #121402-04
     certificate required for preschool and 5 year olds. Classes will be                          1:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. ................Act. #121402-05
     conducted in the water and on land. Swimming instruction will                                2:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m..................Act. #121402-06
     be held each day, rain or shine, except in the event of thunder-
                                                                                 Quentin Sammis/West Neck Beach
     storms. Beach will be closed during thunderstorms. There will be
                                                                                 Session I   11:30 a.m. – 12:00 noon ......... Act. #121403-01
     no make-up lessons. No refunds or credits will be issued.
                                                                                             1:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. ................Act. #121403-02
PRESCHOOL BEACH SWIM INSTRUCTION                                                             2:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. ................Act. #121403-03
  The Preschool Program is designed to be a "readiness" ex-
  perience for children. Participants will be given an opportuni-                Session II       11:30 a.m. – 12:00 noon .........Act. #121403-04
  ty to adjust to the water and progress according to skill level.                                1:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. ................Act. #121403-05
  FEE:               $88 w/Recreation ID card                                                     2:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. ................Act. #121403-06
                     $129 w/o Recreation ID card                                 REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration only for
     ELIGIBILITY:        Must be 4 years of age by December 1, 2011.             Huntington Residents begins May 17 at 9:00 a.m. In person
     Birth certificate required at first class.                                  is at the Parks and Recreation office. See page 4 for online
                                                                                 registration information. Activity numbers (Act. #) listed
     DATES:     Monday – Friday
                                                                                 with classes must be used with online registration. Starting
     Session I June 27 – July 15 (NOTE: no class July 4)
                                                                                 May 19 at 9:00 a.m. , non-residents may register.
     Session II July 18 – August 5
     TIMES/LOCATION:
     Asharoken Beach                                                           YOUTH BEACH SWIM INSTRUCTION
     Session I    11:30 a.m. – 12:00 noon .......... Act. #121401-01             American Red Cross Swimming Lessons
                  1:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m..................Act. #121401-02          FEE:           $88 w/Recreation ID card per session
                  2:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m..................Act. #121401-03                         $129 w/o Recreation ID card per session
     Session II        11:30 a.m. – 12:00 noon .......... Act. #121401-04        ELIGIBILITY:        Must be 5 years of age by December 1, 2011.
                       1:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m................. Act. #121401-05     Birth certificate required at first class for 5 year olds.
                       2:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m..................Act. #121401-06     DATES:     Monday to Friday
                                                                                 Session I June 27 – July 15 (NOTE: no class July 4)
     Centerport Beach
                                                                                 Session II July 18 – August 5
     Session I     11:30 a.m. – 12:00 noon ......... Act. #121402-01
                                                                                 American Red Cross Swim-a-thon done during Session II
                   1:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. ................Act. #121402-02
                   2:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. ................Act. #121402-03         TIMES/LOCATION:
                                                                                 Asharoken Beach
                                                                                 Session I    11:30 a.m. – 12:25 p.m. ............Act. #121404-01
                                                                                              1:00 p.m. – 1:55 p.m..................Act. #121404-02
                                                                                              2:00 p.m. – 2:55 p.m..................Act. #121404-03
                                                                                 Session II       11:30 a.m. – 12:25 p.m. ...........Act. #121404-04
                                                                                                  1:00 p.m. – 1:55 p.m..................Act. #121404-05
                                                                                                  2:00 p.m. – 2:55 p.m..................Act. #121404-06
                                                                                 Centerport Beach
                                                                                 Session I     11:30 a.m. – 12:25 p.m. ...........Act. #121405-01
                                                                                               1:00 p.m. – 1:55 p.m. ................Act. #121405-02
                                                                                               2:00 p.m. – 2:55 p.m. ................Act. #121405-03
                                                                                 Session II       11:30 a.m. – 12:25 p.m. ...........Act. #121405-04
                                                                                                  1:00 p.m. – 1:55 p.m. ................Act. #121405-05
                                                                                                  2:00 p.m. – 2:55 p.m. ................Act. #121405-06
                                                                                 Quentin Sammis/West Neck Beach
                                                                                 Session I   11:30 a.m. – 12:25 p.m. ...........Act. #121406-01
                                                                                             1:00 p.m. – 1:55 p.m. ................Act. #121406-02
                                                                                             2:00 p.m. – 2:55 p.m. ................Act. #121406-03
                                                                                 Session II       11:30 a.m. – 12:25 p.m. ...........Act. #121406-04
                                                                                                  1:00 p.m. – 1:55 p.m..................Act. #121406-05
                                                                                                  2:00 p.m. – 2:55 p.m..................Act. #121406-06
                                                                                 REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration only for
                                                                                 Huntington Residents begins May 17 at 9:00 a.m. In person
                                                                                 is at the Parks and Recreation office. See page 4 for online
                                                                                 registration information. Activity numbers (Act. #) listed
                                                                                 with classes must be used with online registration. Starting
                                                                                 May 19 at 9:00 a.m. , non-residents may register.
16          SUMMER/FALL 2011                                           TOWN OF HUNTINGTON DEPARTMENT OF PARKS & RECREATION • 631-351-3089
                                                                                                                                      ATHLETIC PROGRAMS
SUMMER ADULT BASkETBALL                                                                                   LOCATION:       Coindre Hall Gym
   This program is offered for adults ages 18 and above in an ef-                                               101 Browns Road, Huntington
   fort to meet their request for competitive league play. Entry is                                       FEE: $67 per course w/Recreation ID card
   on a team basis only. Leagues are offered for various skill levels.                                          $77 per course w/o Recreation ID card
                       League III...........................................Act. #121801-01
                                                                                                          REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins
                       League IV ..........................................Act. #121801-02                May 2 at 9:00 a.m. In-person registration is at the Parks
   DATES:              Mondays – Thursdays, June 27 – August 11                                           and Recreation Office. See page 4 for online registration
   GAME TIMES: 7:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m., and 9:00 p.m.                                                        information. Activity numbers (Act. #) listed with classes must
                                                                                                          be used with online registration.
   LOCATION: Various schools in Huntington
   FEE:                $300 per team w/Recreation ID card                                              FALL INDOOR VOLLEYBALL
                       $370 per team w/o Recreation ID card                                              Competitive Leagues for men and coed
                                                                                                         DATES:        October 17 – April 10, 2012
   PLUS officials’ fees, which are paid directly to the Basketball                                                     Coed – Tuesdays.......................... Act. #131803-01
   Officials Association                                                                                               Men’s – Mondays ........................ Act. #131803-02
   REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins                                                GAME TIMES: 7:30 p.m., 8:15 p.m., and 9:00 p.m.
   May 3 at 9:00 a.m. In-person registration is at the Parks and
   Recreation office. See page 4 for online registration information.                                    LOCATION: Coindre Hall
   Activity numbers (Act. #) listed with classes must be used with                                       FEE:          $318 w/Recreation ID card per team
   online registration.                                                                                                $371 w/o Recreation ID card per team
FALL ADULT BASkETBALL                                                                                    REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins
   This eight game season plus playoffs is offered for adults,                                           August 3 at 9:00 a.m. In-person registration is at the Parks and
   ages 18 and older. Entry is on a team basis only. Leagues are                                         Recreation office. See page 4 for online registration information.
   offered for higher and lower division play.                                                           Activity numbers (Act. #) listed with classes must be used with
                       League III...........................................Act. #131801-01              online registration.
                       League IV ..........................................Act. #131801-02             SUMMER SOCCER LEAGUES
   DATES:              Mondays – Thursdays,                                                              DATES:        June 27 – August 26
                       September 26 – December 15                                                        Senior Adult – Wednesdays/Fridays ....................Act.#121803-01
                                                                                                         Coed Adult Rec. – Mondays/Thursdays ..............Act.#121803-02
   GAME TIMES: 7:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m., and 9:00 p.m.
                                                                                                         GAME TIMES: 7:30 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.
   LOCATION: John Glenn High School and
                       Old Field Middle School                                                           LOCATION: Veterans Park, Bellrose Ave. East Northport
   FEE:                $300 per team w/Recreation ID card                                                ELIGIBILITY: Entry is on a team basis only
                       $370 per team w/o Recreation ID card                                              Senior – males and females must be 30 years and 26 years
                                                                                                         of age respectively.
   PLUS officials’ fees, which are paid directly to the Basketball                                       Coed Adult League – males and females 18 years and older
   Officials Association
   REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins                                                FEE: $500 w/Huntington or Suffolk Recreation ID card per
                                                                                                              team (all players must purchase a Recreation ID card)
   August 3 at 9:00 a.m. In-person registration is at the Parks and
                                                                                                              $600 w/o Recreation ID card per team
   Recreation office. See page 4 for online registration information.
                                                                                                              PLUS officials fees. Only three non-residents per team.
   Activity numbers (Act. #) listed with classes must be used with
   online registration.                                                                                  REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins
                                                                                                         May 3 at 9:00 a.m. In-person registration is at the Parks and
COED BEACH VOLLEYBALL                                                                                    Recreation office. See page 4 for online registration information.
   This program is for ages 18 and older and was instituted to                                           Activity numbers (Act. #) listed with classes must be used with
   meet the request for team play. Entry is on a team basis and                                          online registration.
   is limited. .......................................................................Act.#121802-01
                                                                                                       FALL SOCCER LEAGUES
   DATES:              Sundays, July 10 – August 28
                                                                                                         DATES:        September 12 – November 18
   GAME TIMES: 3:00, 4:00, 5:00, 6:00, and 7:00 p.m.
                                                                                                         Coed Senior Adult – Wednesdays/Fridays .... Act. #131802-01
   LOCATION: Crab Meadow Beach                                                                           Coed Recreational – Mondays/Thursdays..... Act.#131802-02
   FEE:                $135 w/Recreation ID card per team                                                GAME TIMES: 7:30 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.
                       $160 w/o Recreation ID card per team                                              LOCATION: Veterans Park, Bellrose Ave. East Northport
   All players must purchase Recreation ID cards. Only 3 non-
   residents per team                                                                                    ELIGIBILITY: Entry is on a team basis only
                                                                                                         Senior – males and females must be 30 years and 26 years
   REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins                                                of age respectively.
   May 3 at 9:00 a.m. In-person registration is at the Parks and                                         Coed Adult League – males and females 18 years and older
   Recreation office. See page 4 for online registration information.
                                                                                                         FEE: $500 w/Huntington or Suffolk Recreation ID card per
   Activity numbers (Act. #) listed with classes must be used with
                                                                                                              team (all players must purchase a Recreation ID card)
   online registration.                                                                                       $600 w/o Recreation ID card per team
PICk-UP VOLLEYBALL                                                                                            PLUS officials fees. Only three non-residents per team.
   Come out for a fun night of volleyball. Teams will be organized                                       REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins
   according to ability. 16 years of age – adult ......Act. #122201-01                                   August 3 at 9:00 a.m. In-person registration is at the Parks and
   DATES:                   Mondays, June 6 – August 15                                                  Recreation office. See page 4 for online registration information.
                            (no class July 4)                                                            Activity numbers (Act. #) listed with classes must be used with
   TIMES:                   7:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.                                                        online registration.
TOWN HALL INFORMATION • 631-351-3000 • http://town.huntington.ny.us                                                                          SUMMER/FALL 2011               17
ATHLETIC PROGRAMS
BASkETBALL CAMP
BASkETBALL                                                                           ELIGIBILITY: Ages 3 – 5 years
  A program for children seriously interested in learning the                        LOCATION: Caledonia Park, Caledonia Road, Dix Hills
  game of basketball under the direction of coaches and play-
                                                                                     FEE:                  $115 per child
  ers. Participants will learn all the skills necessary to partici-
                                                                                                           (includes a certificate/evaluation)
  pate in this growing sport.
  DATES:                                                                             REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins
                                                                                     May 12 at 9:00 a.m. In-person registration is at the Parks
     Grades 1 – 3 July 11 – July 15........................... Act. #121501-16
                                                                                     and Recreation Office. See page 4 for online registration
     TIMES:          9:00 a.m. – 12 :00 noon                                         information. Activity numbers (Act. #) listed with classes must
     LOCATION: Grades 1 – 3: a school in the Half Hollow Hills                       be used with online registration.
               School District
     FEE:            $105 w/Recreation ID card                                   SOCCER CAMP
                     $125 w/o Recreation ID card                                   An instructional camp offered in cooperation with the Unit-
     REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins                        ed Soccer Academy. This program teaches the fundamental
     May 18 at 9:00 a.m. In-person registration is at the Parks                    skills in a fun, non-competitive, but structured environment.
     and Recreation Office. See page 4 for online registration                     Realistic game situations are provided. Each player receives
     information. Activity numbers (Act. #) listed with classes must               an individual evaluation at the completion. Children should
     be used with online registration.                                             bring a lunch of non-perishable food and drink.
                                                                                   DATES:          July 11 – July 15, Monday – Friday
SPORTS SQUIRTS
  This program is designed to introduce young children to a                          TIMES:                9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. for ages 3 – 4
  variety of sports (basketball, softball, lacrosse, and favorite                                          10:30 a.m. – Noon for ages 4 -5
  games) in a safe, fun, structured environment. All games and                                             9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. for ages 5 – 14
  activities will encompass hand/eye coordination, balance,                          ELIGIBILITY: Ages 3 – 14 years
  agility, and movement – all key factors to the early develop-                      LOCATION: Caledonia Park, Caledonia Road, Dix Hills
  ment of children in sport. This program is being offered in                        FEE:
  cooperation with the United Soccer Academy.                                        Ages 5 – 14 $179 per child .................................Act. #121501-19
  DATES:         August 15 – August 19                                               Ages 3 - 4  $79 per child....................................Act. #121501-20
     TIMES:          9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.....................Act. #121501-17       Ages 4 - 5  $109 per child .................................Act. #121501-21
                     11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.....................Act. #121501-18                   Includes a T-Shirt and ball
                                                                                     REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins
                                                                                     May 12 at 9:00 a.m. In-person registration is at the Parks
                                                                                     and Recreation Office. See page 4 for online registration
                                                                                     information. Activity numbers (Act. #) listed with classes must
                                                                                     be used with online registration.


                                                                                 MULTI SPORTS CAMP
                                                                                   Experience over 15 different sports with the U.S. Sports Insti-
                                                                                   tute. In addition to traditional sports such as baseball, foot-
                                                                                   ball, soccer, basketball, volleyball, and lacrosse participants
                                                                                   will play a variety of sports from around the world such as
                                                                                   cricket, pillo pollo, bocce, badminton and rugby. Campers will
                                                                                   receive technical instruction in each sport and then will ex-
                                                                                   perience the sport in a realistic game situation. Please bring a
                                                                                   lunch of non-perishable food and drink. After lunch campers
                                                                                   will participate in USSI Olympic Games and World Cup com-
                                                                                   petitions. ......................................................................Act. #121501-22
                                                                                   DATES:             Monday – Friday, August 22 – 26
                                                                                     TIMES:                9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
                                                                                     ELIGIBILITY: Ages 5 – 14
                                                                                     LOCATION: Veterans Park Turf Fields
                                                                                               Bellrose Avenue, East Northport
                                                                                     FEE:                  $179 per child
                                                                                                           (includes a T-shirt and evaluation)
                                                                                     REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins
                                                                                     May 12 at 9:00 a.m. In-person registration is in the Parks and
                                                                                     Recreation Department in Town Hall. See page 4 for online
                                                                                     registration information.
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                                                                                                                    ATHLETIC PROGRAMS
BASkETBALL                                                                              EQUIPMENT: Lacrosse stick and mouthguard is mandatory;
  DATES:          June 27 – June 30                                                                   goggles are optional
                  Monday – Thursday ......................Act. #121501-09               REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins
    TIMES:        2:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.                                                 May 2 at 9:00 a.m. In-person registration is at the Parks
    ELIGIBILITY: Boys and girls, grades 4 – 8 (as of Sept. 2011)                        and Recreation Office. See page 4 for online registration
                                                                                        information. Activity numbers (Act. #) listed with classes must
    LOCATION: Coindre Hall Gym                                                          be used with online registration.
    FEE:          $85 w/Recreation ID card
                  $120 w/o Recreation ID card                                        CHEERLEADING
                                                                                       Learn the basic cheer motions as well as jumps, stunting, and
    REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins
                                                                                       tumbling. You will learn a routine incorporating cheerleading
    May 2 at 9:00 a.m. In-person registration is at the Parks
                                                                                       skills, techniques, and safe stunting. Bring water, snack, and a
    and Recreation Office. See page 4 for online registration
                                                                                       lot of spirit.
    information. Activity numbers (Act. #) listed with classes must
                                                                                       LOCATION: Northport High School, Dance Room
    be used with online registration.
                                                                                       DATES:         Monday – Friday, August 1-5
VOLLEYBALL
  DATES:                                                                               TIMES:
  Session I       June 27 – June 30 ..........................Act. #121501-10          Grades K-1 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m...............Activity. #121501-01
  Session II      July 25 – July 28..............................Act. #121501-11       Grades 2-6 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m...............Activity #121501-02
  Session III     August 15 – August 18 ................Act. #121501-12                0FEE:          $67 w/Recreation ID card
  TIMES:                                                                                              $77 w/o Recreation ID card
  Session I & III Monday – Thursday, 10 :00 a.m. – 12:00 noon                          REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins
  Session II      Monday – Thursday, 2:30 – 4:30 p.m.                                  May 2 at 9:00 a.m. In-person registration is at the Parks
  Friday is a rain date.                                                               and Recreation Office. See page 4 for online registration
  ELIGIBILITY: Boys and girls, grades 5 – 8 (as of Sept. 2011)                         information. Activity numbers (Act. #) listed with classes must
                                                                                       be used with online registration.
  LOCATION: Crab Meadow Beach Volleyball Courts
  FEE:            $67 w/Recreation ID card                                           PRESCHOOL/kINDERGARTEN GYMNASTIC PROGRAM
                  $77 w/o Recreation ID card                                           DATES:    Monday – Thursday
                                                                                       Session I July 5 – July 14 .........................Activity #121501-03
  REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins
                                                                                                        (no program July 4, makeup July 8)
  May 2 at 9:00 a.m. In-person registration is at the Parks
                                                                                        Session II    July 18– July 28........................Activity #121501-04
  and Recreation Office. See page 4 for online registration
                                                                                        Session III   August 1 – August 11 ............Activity #121501-05
  information. Activity numbers (Act. #) listed with classes must
  be used with online registration.                                                     TIME:         9 a.m. – 10 a.m.
SOCCER                                                                                  ELIGIBILITY: Boys and Girls, ages 4 – 5 and entering
  DATES:        June 27 – August 3, Mondays and Wednesdays,                                           kindergarten (September 2011)
                (6 weeks, 12 sessions)                                                  FEE:          $67 w/Recreation ID card
    TIME:          6:00 – 8:00 p.m. ...............................Act. #121501-13                    $77 w/o Recreation ID card
                                                                                                      Bring a water bottle
    ELIGIBILITY: Grades 1 – 6 (as of Sept. 2011);
    classes are arranged according to age and ability                                   LOCATION:        Half Hollow Hills East H.S., East Gym
    LOCATION: John Glenn High School – field next to                                    REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins
                tennis courts                                                           May 2 at 9:00 a.m. In-person registration is at the Parks
                                                                                        and Recreation Office. See page 4 for online registration
    FEES:       $85 w/Recreation ID card                                                information. Activity numbers (Act. #) listed with classes must
                $120 w/o Recreation ID card                                             be used with online registration.
    EQUIPMENT: Shin guards, soccer shoes, and a soccer ball
                                                                                     GYMNASTICS WORkSHOP
    REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins
                                                                                       DATES:    Monday – Thursday
    May 2 at 9:00 a.m. In-person registration is at the Parks
    and Recreation Office. See page 4 for online registration                          Session I July 5 – July 14 .........................Activity #121501-06
    information. Activity numbers (Act. #) listed with classes must                                     (no program July 4, makeup July 8)
    be used with online registration.                                                   Session II    July 18 – July 28.......................Activity #121501-07
                                                                                        Session III   August 1 – August 11 ............Activity #121501-08
LACROSSE
  Designed for beginners, ages 8 – 14                                                   TIME:         10 a.m. – 12 noon
  DATES:       June 28 – August 4                                                       ELIGIBILITY: Boys and girls, grades 1 – 6 (as of Sept. 2011)
               Tuesdays and Thursdays (there may be                                     FEE:          $85 w/Recreation ID card
               some Mondays and Wednesdays)                                                           $120 w/o Recreation ID card
  TIMES:       Girls – 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m......... Act. #121501-14                                  Bring a water bottle
               Boys – 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. .......Act. #121501-15                      LOCATION: Half Hollow Hills East H.S., East Gym
  LOCATION: Walt Whitman High School – back lacrosse                                    REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins
               field above the tennis courts                                            May 2 at 9:00 a.m. In-person registration is at the Parks
  FEE:         $85 w/Recreation ID card                                                 and Recreation Office. See page 4 for online registration
               $120 w/o Recreation ID card                                              information. Activity numbers (Act. #) listed with classes must
                                                                                        be used with online registration.
TOWN HALL INFORMATION • 631-351-3000 • http://town.huntington.ny.us                                                          SUMMER/FALL 2011                 19
TENNIS
SPRING ADULT TENNIS LESSONS – BEGINNER CLASSES                                       CHILDREN’S TENNIS LESSONS
  Featuring the USTA’s 1-2-3 program.                                                  USA Team Tennis-Ralleyball format allows children to play
  Please bring a tennis racket and an unopened can of USTA ten-                        and learn tennis in an easy and fun way. Children will learn
  nis balls to the first class.                                                        skills and play on a team. This is a USTA Program.
  DATES:        May 9 – June 16                                                        Please bring a tennis racquet and a unopened can of USTA ten-
     (NOTE: classes WILL be held on Memorial Day)                                      nis balls to the first class. Bring a water bottle.
  TIMES/LOCATION:                                                                      LEVEL I: For beginners with no prior experience or skill.
  Mondays, 7:30 p.m., Terry Farrell Park .................Act.#112503-01               LEVEL II: For developing tennis players who have some rally
  Tuesdays, 7:00 p.m., Heckscher Park ....................Act.#112503-02               skills, court awareness, and can learn to serve
  Wednesdays, 8:30 p.m., Terry Farrell Park...........Act.#112503-03                   DATES/TIMES:
  Thursdays, 8:00 p.m., Heckscher Park ..................Act.#112503-04                Spring:
  ELIGIBILITY: Adults, age 16 and older (six 1-hour sessions)                          LEVEL I Mondays, May 9 to June 13 (six sessions)
                                                                                         (NOTE: Class WILL be held on Memorial Day)
  FEE:            $47 with Recreation ID card                                          Grades 1 – 2      4:00 – 5:00 p.m. ...........................Act.#112501-01
                  $63 w/o Recreation ID card                                           Grades 3 – 4      5:00 – 6:00 p.m. ...........................Act.#112501-02
  REGISTRATION: .......................... Registration is ongoing online              Grades 5 – 6      6:00 – 7:00 p.m. ..........................Act.#112501-03
  and in person at the Parks and Recreation Office, Town Hall.
  See page 4 for online registration information.                                      LEVEL II Wednesdays, May 11 to June 15 (six sessions)
                                                                                       Grades 1 – 2      4:00 – 5:00 p.m. ...........................Act.#112502-01
SPRING ADULT TENNIS LESSONS – INTERMEDIATE CLASSES                                     Grades 3 – 4      5:00 – 6:00 p.m. ...........................Act.#112502-02
  Featuring the USTA’s 1-2-3 program.                                                  Grades 5 – 6      6:00 – 7:00 p.m. ..........................Act.#112502-03
  Please bring a tennis racket and an unopened can of USTA ten-
  nis balls to the first class.                                                        LOCATION: Winter            Coindre Hall Gym
  DATES:          May 9 – June 16                                                                     Spring       Terry Farrell Park
                     (NOTE: classes WILL be held on Memorial Day)                      FEE:         $58 w/Recreation ID card
  TIMES/LOCATION:                                                                                   $73 w/o Recreation ID card
  Mondays, 8:30 p.m., Terry Farrell Park .................Act.#112504-01               For lessons at Coindre Hall you can use the Huntington or Suffolk
  Tuesdays, 8:00 p.m., Heckscher Park ....................Act.#112504-02               County Recreation I.D. Card, offered by the Town of Huntington
  Wednesdays, 7:30 p.m., Terry Farrell Park...........Act.#112504-03                   REGISTRATION: Registration is ongoing online and in per-
  Thursdays, 7:00 p.m., Heckscher Park ..................Act.#112504-04                son at the Parks and Recreation Office, Town Hall. See page 4
  ELIGIBILITY: Adults, age 16 and older (six 1-hour sessions)                          for online registration information.
  FEE:           $47 with Recreation ID card                                         SUMMER SESSION (NEW AFTERNOON CLASSES ADDED)                              )
                 $63 w/o Recreation ID card.                                           DATES:          June 27 – August 5 (six 1-hour sessions)
  REGISTRATION: Registration is ongoing online and in                                                      (NOTE: Lessons WILL be held on July 4)
  person at the Parks and Recreation Office, Town Hall. See                            Lessons for 13 – 15 year olds can be found on page 21.
  page 4 for online registration information.                                          FEE:
SPRING TENNIS SQUIRTS                                                                  Daytime Classes: $42 w/Recreation ID card
  A great way to introduce your child to tennis in a safe and fun                                             $58 w/o Recreation ID card
  filled environment. Children learn the fundamentals through                          Evening Classes: $47 w/Recreation ID card
  a range of structured activities and fun games.                                                             $63 w/o Recreation ID card
  Bring a tennis racquet and an unopened can of USTA approved                          REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins
  tennis balls.                                                                        May 5 at 9:00 a.m. In person is at Parks and Recreation. See
  DATES/TIMES: Tuesdays, May 10 – June 14, six lessons                                 page 4 for online registration information. Activity numbers
                                                                                       (Act. #) listed with classes must be used with online registration.
  4 and 5 year olds, 4:00 – 4:30 p.m. ........................Act.#112505-01
  4 and 5 year olds, 4:30 – 5:00 p.m. ........................Act.#112505-02           Bring a water bottle, tennis racquet, and an unopened can of
  6 year olds, 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. ....................................Act.#112505-03     USTA tennis balls.
  FEE:           $63 w/Recreation ID card                                            BEGINNER CLASSES:
                 $78 w/o Recreation ID card                                            Monday Mornings — Stimson Middle School
   ELIGIBILITY: Ages 4, 5, and 6                                                       Ages 6 – 8          9:00 a.m. .......................................Act. #122501-01
                                                                                       Ages 9 – 12         10:00 a.m. ....................................Act. #122501-02
  LOCATION: Heckscher Park
                                                                                         Monday Evenings — Terry Farrell Park
  REGISTRATION: Registration is ongoing online and in per-                               Ages 16 – Adult 7:00 p.m. ......................................Act. #122501-03
  son at the Parks and Recreation Office, Town Hall. See page 4
  for online registration information.                                                   Tuesday Mornings — Terry Farrell Park
SPRING PRIVATE TENNIS LESSONS                                                            Ages 6 – 8   9:00 a.m. ......................................Act. #122501-04
  The Town of Huntington Department of Parks and Recre-                                  Ages 9 – 12  10:00 a.m. ....................................Act. #122501-05
  ation announces one-on-one individual tennis lessons for                               Tuesday Mornings — Cedar Road Park
  ages 7 and up. Limited enrollment. .....................Act.#112506-01                 Ages 4 – 5   9:00 a.m. .......................................Act. #122501-06
  Bring a tennis racquet and an unopened can of USTA approved                            Ages 4 – 5   9:30 a.m. ......................................Act. #122501-07
  tennis balls.                                                                          Ages 4 – 5   10:00 a.m......................................Act. #122501-08
  DATES/TIME: Instructors will contact participants in                                   Ages 4 – 5   10:30 a.m......................................Act. #122501-09
                  late May to schedule lessons
                                                                                         Tuesday Afternoon — Half Hollow Hills High School West
  LOCATION: Various Town tennis courts                                                   Ages 4 -5       4:00 p.m. .......................................Act. #122501-10
  FEE:           $37 per hour w/Recreation ID card                                       Ages 6 - 7      4:30 p.m. .......................................Act. #122501-11
                 $47 per hour w/o Recreation ID card
                 five lessons: $150 w/Recreation ID card                                      RAIN POLICY FOR GROUP TENNIS LESSONS
                 five lessons: $175 w/o Recreation ID card                            Lessons will be extended one week if there is a rain out. If there
                                                                                      is more than one rain out each participant can select another
  REGISTRATION: Registration is ongoing online and in per-
  son at the Parks and Recreation Office, Town Hall. See page 4                       day or location from the group lesson schedule. No credits or
  for online registration information.                                                refunds will be issued.
20          SUMMER/FALL 2011                                                TOWN OF HUNTINGTON DEPARTMENT OF PARKS & RECREATION • 631-351-3089
                                                                                                                                                                          TENNIS
   Tuesday Evenings — Heckscher Park                                                              Recreation office. See page 4 for online registration information.
   Ages 16 – Adult 7:00 p.m. ......................................Act. #122501-12                Bring a water bottle, tennis racquet, and an unopened can of
   Ages16 – Adult 9:00 p.m. ......................................Act. #122501-13                 USTA tennis balls.
   Wednesday Mornings — Heckscher Park                                                          SUMMER TENNIS WORkSHOP
   Ages 6 – 8        9:00 a.m. ......................................Act. #122501-14              LOCATION: John Glenn High School
   Ages 9 – 12       10:00 a.m. ....................................Act. #122501-15               Session I* June 27 – June 30 ..............................Act. #122504-01
   Ages 16 – Adult 11:00 a.m. ....................................Act. #122501-16                 Session II* July 5 – July 8 (no class July 4) .................Act. #122504-02
   Wednesday Evenings — Terry Farrell Park                                                        Session III July 11 – July 22 ..................................Act. #122504-03
   Ages 16 – Adult 7:00 p.m. ......................................Act. #122501-17                Session IV July 25 – August 5 ..............................Act. #122504-04
   Ages 16 – Adult 9:00 p.m. ......................................Act. #122501-18                Session V Aug. 8 – August 19 .............................Act. #122504-05
   Thursday Mornings — Stimson Middle School                                                      TIME:         Monday – Thursday (Friday as rain date)
   Ages 6 – 8           9:00 a.m. .................................Act. #122501-19                              9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
   Ages 9 – 12          10:00 a.m. ..............................Act. #122501-20                  ELIGIBILITY: Grades 5 – 9 (as of September 2011)
   16 – Adult           11:00 a.m. ..............................Act. #122501-21                  FEE:          $83 w/Recreation ID card/two-week session
   Thursday at William J. Byrne Park                                                                            $98 w/o Recreation ID card/two-week session
   (Clay Pitts Rd., East Northport)                                                                            *$41.50 w/Recreation ID Card/one-week session
   Ages 4 – 5           9:00 a.m. .................................Act. #122501-22                             *$49 w/o Recreation ID Card/one-week session
   Ages 4 – 5           9:30 a.m. .................................Act. #122501-23                REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins
   Ages 4 – 5           10:00 a.m. ..............................Act. #122501-24                  May 5 at 9:00 a.m. In-person registration is at the Parks
   Ages 4 – 5           10:30 a.m. ..............................Act. #122501-25                  and Recreation office. See page 4 for online registration
   Thursday Afternoons                                                                            information. Activity numbers (Act. #) listed with classes must
   Ages 6-7             4:00 p.m. .................................Act. #122501-26                be used with online registration.
   Ages 8-9             5:00 p.m. .................................Act. #122501-27                Bring a water bottle, tennis racquet, and an unopened can of
   Thursday Evenings — Heckscher Park                                                             USTA tennis balls.
   Ages 16 – Adult 7:00 p.m. ................................Act. #122501-28
   Friday Mornings — Caledonia Park
   Ages 6 – 8           9:00 a.m...................................Act. #122501-29              PRIVATE FALL TENNIS LESSONS
   Ages 9 – 12          10:00 a.m. ..............................Act. #122501-30                   The Town of Huntington Department of Parks and Recre-
   Ages 16 – Adult 11:00 a.m. ..............................Act. #122501-31                        ation announces one-on-one individual tennis lessons for
                                                                                                   ages 7 and up..............................................................Act. #132503-01
DAY INTERMEDIATE CLASSES:                                                                          DATES: Instructors will call participants to schedule lessons
   A review of the basic strokes and drills on an advanced level                                   mid to late September.
   of play. Designed for individuals who have had previous ten-                                    TIMES:        Various
   nis instruction.                                                                                LOCATION: Various tennis courts.
   Mondays at Cedar Road Park                                                                      FEE:          $37 w/Recreation ID card per hour
   Ages 6 – 8           9:00 a.m. .................................Act. #122502-01                               $47 w/o Recreation ID card per hour
   Ages 9 – 12          10:00 a.m. ..............................Act. #122502-02                   5 lessons     special rate of $150 w/Recreation ID card
   Ages 16 – Adult 11:00 a.m. ..............................Act. #122502-03                        5 lessons     special rate $175 w/o Recreation ID card
   Wednesday at Caledonia Park                                                                     REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins
   Ages 6 – 8           9:00 a.m. .................................Act. #122502-04                 July 13 at 9:00 a.m. In-person registration is at the Parks
   Ages 9 – 12          10:00 a.m. ..............................Act. #122502-05                   and Recreation office. See page 4 for online registration
   16 – Adult           11:00 a.m. ...............................Act. #122502-06                  information. Activity numbers (Act. #) listed with classes must
   Friday at Heckscher Park                                                                        be used with online registration.
   Ages 16 – Adult 8:00 a.m. .................................Act. #122502-07                      Bring a water bottle, tennis racquet, and an unopened can of
   Ages 6 – 8           9:00 a.m...................................Act. #122502-08                 USTA tennis balls.
   Ages 9 – 12          10:00 a.m. ..............................Act. #122502-09
                                                                                                ADULT FALL SESSION
EVENING INTERMEDIATE CLASSES:                                                                      DATES:        September 5 – October 13
   Mondays — Terry Farrell Park                                                                                  (six 1-hour sessions)
   Ages 16 – Adult 6:00 p.m. .......................................Act. #122502-10                 (NOTE: Lessons WILL be held on Labor Day and Columbus Day)
   Ages 16 – Adult 8:00 p.m. .......................................Act. #122502-11                 ELIGIBILITY: Adults, age 16 and older
   Tuesdays — Heckscher Park                                                                        FEE:          $47 w/Recreation ID card
   Ages 16 - Adult 8:00 p.m. ...................................... Act. #122502-12                               $63 w/o Recreation ID card
   Wednesdays — Terry Farrell Park
   Ages 16 – Adult 8:00 p.m. ......................................Act. #122502-13                  BEGINNER CLASSES:
   Thursdays — Heckscher Park                                                                       Mondays, 7:00 p.m., Terry Farrell Park ...............Act. #132501-01
   Ages 16 – Adult 6:00 p.m. ................................Act. #122502-14                        Tuesdays, 7:00 p.m., Heckscher Park ..................Act. #132501-02
   Ages 16 – Adult 8:00 p.m. .................................Act. #122502-15                       Wednesdays, 8:00 p.m., Terry Farrell Park .........Act. #132501-03
                                                                                                    Thursdays, 8:00 p.m., Heckscher Park ................Act. #132501-04
PRIVATE SUMMER TENNIS LESSONS
   The Town of Huntington, Department of Parks and Recre-                                           INTERMEDIATE CLASSES:
   ation announces one-on-one individual tennis lessons for                                         Mondays, 8:00 p.m., Terry Farrell Park ............... Act. #132502-01
   ages 7 and above ............................................................ Act. #122503       Tuesdays, 8:00 p.m., Heckscher Park ..................Act. #132502-02
   DATES:         Instructors will call participants to schedule                                    Wednesdays, 7:00 p.m., Terry Farrell Park ......... Act. #132502-03
                  lessons at the end of June.                                                       Thursdays, 7:00 p.m., Heckscher Park ................Act. #132502-04
   TIMES:         Various                                                                           REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins
   LOCATION: Various tennis courts                                                                  July 13 at 9:00 a.m. In-person registration is at the Parks
   FEE:           $37 w/Recreation ID card per hour                                                 and Recreation office. See page 4 for online registration
                  $47 w/o Recreation ID card per hour                                               information. Activity numbers (Act. #) listed with classes must
   5 lessons:     special rate of $150 w/Recreation ID card                                         be used with online registration.
   5 lessons:     special rate $175 w/o Recreation ID card                                          Bring a water bottle, tennis racquet, and an unopened can of
   REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins                                           USTA tennis balls.
   May 5 at 9:00 a.m. in-person registration is at the Parks and
TOWN HALL INFORMATION • 631-351-3000 • http://town.huntington.ny.us                                                                              SUMMER/FALL 2011                        21
HORSEBACk RIDING
HORSEBACk RIDING — SUMMER                                                               Saturdays
  Learn to ride or improve your riding skills at beautiful West                         Ages 6 – 8            3:00 p.m ...................................... Act. #123301-10
  Hills County Park. There are no make-up classes. In case of in-                       Ages 9–15             4:00 p.m. ..................................... Act. #123301-11
  clement weather classes are held indoors. A western saddle
                                                                                        YOUTH – INTERMEDIATE CLASSES
  will be used for all classes. Individuals should arrive ten min-                      ELIGIBILITY: Have had six or more lessons or can walk, trot,
  utes before class.                                                                    and canter
  DATES:         June 25 – August 8 (six 1-hour sessions)
                 No Classes July 4th                                                    Mondays
                                                                                        Ages 9–15      7:30 p.m. ......................................Act. #123302-01
  LOCATION: Sweet Hills Equestrian Center, West Hills County                            Thursdays
  Park, Sweet Hollow Road (1.9 miles south of Rt. 25)                                   Ages 9–15      6:30 p.m. ......................................Act. #123302-02
  FEE:                                                                                  ADULTS – BEGINNER CLASSES
  Youth:             $140 w/Recreation ID Card                                          Tuesdays
                     $165 w/o Recreation ID Card                                        Ages 16+     7:00 p.m. ..................................... Act. # 123303-01
  Adult (16 yrs +): $150 w/Recreation ID Card                                           Thursdays
                     $175 w/o Recreation ID Card                                        Ages 16+     7:30 p.m. ..................................... Act. #123303-02
  REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins                                Saturdays
  May 16 at 9:00 a.m. In-person registration is at the Parks and                        Ages 16+     5:00 p.m. ......................................Act. #123303-03
  Recreation office. See page 4 for online registration information.                    ADULTS – INTERMEDIATE CLASSES
  Activity numbers (Act. #) listed with classes must be used with                       ELIGIBILITY: Have had six or more formal lessons or can
  online registration.                                                                  walk, trot, and canter
     YOUTH – BEGINNER CLASSES                                                           Wednesdays
     Mondays                                                                            Ages 16+ 7:00 p.m. ................................................Act. #123304-01
     Ages 6 – 8   4:30 p.m. ......................................Act. #123301-01    HORSEBACk RIDING — FALL
                  5:30 p.m. ......................................Act. #123301-02      Learn to ride or improve your riding skills at beautiful West
                  6:30 p.m. ......................................Act. #123301-03      Hills County Park. There are no make-up classes. In case of in-
     Tuesdays                                                                          clement weather classes are held indoors. A western saddle
     Ages 9 – 15  5:00 p.m. ......................................Act. #123301-04      will be used for all classes. Individuals should arrive ten min-
                  6:00 p.m. .......................................Act. #123301-05     utes before class.
     Wednesdays                                                                        DATES:         September 24 – November 3
     Ages 6 – 8   5:00 p.m. ......................................Act. #123301-06                     (six 1-hour sessions)
                  6:00 p.m. ......................................Act. #123301-07      LOCATION: Sweet Hills Equestrian Center, West Hills County
     Thursdays                                                                         Park, Sweet Hollow Road (1.9 miles south of Rt. 25)
     Ages 9 – 15  4:30 p.m. ......................................Act. #123301-08
                                                                                       FEE:
                  5:30 p.m. ......................................Act. #123301-09      Youth:              $140 w/Recreation ID Card
                                                                                                           $165 w/o Recreation ID Card
                                                                                       Adult (16 yrs +): $150 w/Recreation ID Card
                                                                                                           $175 w/o Recreation ID Card
                                                                                       REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins
                                                                                       Wednesday, September 7. For online registration information,
                                                                                       see page 4. In-person registration takes place at the Parks
                                                                                       and Recreation office, Huntington Town Hall.
                                                                                        BEGINNER CLASSES – WEEkENDS
                                                                                        Saturdays
                                                                                        Ages 6 – 8 12:30 a.m. ....................................... …..Act. #133301-01
                                                                                        Ages 6 – 8 1:30 p.m. ................................................Act. #133301-02
                                                                                        Ages 9-15 2:30 p.m. ...............................................Act. #133301-03
                                                                                        Ages 9-15 3:30 p.m. ...............................................Act. #133301-04
                                                                                        BEGINNER CLASSES – WEEkDAYS
                                                                                        Tuesdays
                                                                                        Ages 6 – 8 5:30 p.m. ...............................................Act. #133302-01
                                                                                        Ages 9 – 15 6:30 p.m. ...............................................Act. #133302-02
                                                                                        Ages 16 – Adult 7:30 p.m. ......................................Act. #133302-03
                                                                                        Wednesdays
                                                                                        Ages 6 – 8 5:30 p.m. ...............................................Act. #133302-04
                                                                                        Ages 16 – Adult 7:30 p.m. ......................................Act. #133302-05
                                                                                        Thursdays
                                                                                        Ages 6 – 8 5:30 p.m. ...............................................Act. #133302-06
                                                                                        Ages 9 – 15 6:30 p.m. ...............................................Act. #133302-07
                                                                                        INTERMEDIATE CLASSES
                                                                                        ELIGIBILITY: Have had six or more formal lessons or can
                                                                                        walk, trot, and canter
                                                                                        Wednesdays
                                                                                        Ages 16 – Adult 6:30 p.m. ......................................Act. #133303-01
                                                                                        Thursdays
                                                                                        Ages 9 – 15       7:30 p.m. ......................................Act. #133303-02
                                                                                        Saturdays
                                                                                        Ages 16-Adult 4:30 pm. ........................................Act #133303-03
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                                                                                 ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION
ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION AT MANOR FARM PARk
 Presented by Starflower Experiences
 (Visit www.starflowerexperiences.org or call 516-938-6152
                                                                                Huntington Tulip Festival
 for registration and further information.)                                           May 1, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
                                                                                        Heckscher Park
COMMUNITY YARD SALE:
   Reuse is a wonderful idea. If you want to help or have yard
   sale items to donate, please give us a call. Proceeds benefit
   Starflower Experiences’ educational programs. If you want
   space to sell your unwanted stuff, download a space reserva-
   tion form from: www.starflowerexperiences.org
   DATE/TIME: Saturdays, June 4 & September 24
                  10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
   FEE:           FREE admission
STORIES UNDER THE TREES                                                   Chief Sponsor: Astoria Federal Savings
  For 4 – 6 year olds with an adult. We’ll read a story and do a re-   http://town.huntington.ny.us 631-351-3099
  lated activity that may involve walking in the woods or a craft.
  DATE/TIME: Saturdays, June 18 & September 3, 1:00 p.m.

                                                                                  Town of HunTingTon
  FEE:            FREE to Huntington residents
EARTHWALk
  For adults and children ages 9 and up. Join us for an unusual                   Division of CulTural affairs
  and enjoyable stroll as you discover the wonders of the natu-            Supporting Huntington’s Cultural
  ral world through your senses.                                          Community in Service to its Citizens
  DATE/TIME: Saturdays, June 18 & September 3, 2:00 p.m.                         Visit www.huntingtonarts.org
  FEE:          FREE to Huntington residents                                  for the Community Cultural Calendar
NATURE’S WAY                                                                maintained by the Huntington Arts Council
  This summer program is for young people currently in                 100 Main Street • Huntington, NY 11743-6991 • (631) 351-3099
  2nd or 3rd grade. Begin your adventure each day at Manor                FAX: (631) 351-3100 • jcoraor@town.huntington.ny.us
  Farm. Games and challenges will help you better under-
  stand our natural neighbors. Then we will set off along
  "Nature’s Way" In the adjacent Berkeley Jackson County
  Park where you will get a chance to practice your new skills
  and to learn to appreciate and care for the natural world.
  Space is limited. Registration flyer can be downloaded from:
  www.starflowerexperiences.org
  DATE/TIME: Monday – Friday, June 27 – July 1
                9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
  FEE:          $175
VOLUNTARY SIMPLICITY
  A five-session discussion course developed by the North-
  west Earth Institute that addresses the distractions of mod-
  ern society which keep us from caring for ourselves, our
  relationships, and our environment. Please register by Au-
  gust 18 so books can be ordered and received before the
  course begins. Registration flyer can be downloaded from:
  www.starflowerexperiences.org
  DATE/TIME: Tuesdays, September 13, 20, & 27 and
                October 4 & 11, 7:00– 9:00 p.m.
  FEE:          $25 for the course book
LI NATURALLY ENVIRONMENTAL FAIR
   Annual environmental fair with exhibits, games, live music.
   Lots of fun and learning for the whole family.
   DATE/TIME: Saturday, September 24, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
                 (raindate: Sunday, September 25)
   FEE:          FREE admission

                  COmmuniTy EduCaTiOn
   Starting in September, the FALL 2011 COMMUNITY EDUCATION
          flyer will be available in the Online Library on the
   Town of Huntington's website at http://town.huntington.ny.us
             or call 351-3089 for one to be mailed to you

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SUMMER DANCE
     Classes will be held in the lobby of the Dix Hills Ice Rink.                                     modern day world. Students will learn the fundamentals and
                                                                                                      a short dance. This class is on a concrete surface, so wear pro-
     REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins                                           tective footwear, i.e., sandals or jellies................Act. #121203-04
     May 2 at 9:00 a.m. In-person registration is at the Parks                                        INSTRUCTOR: Tia Stefanski
     and Recreation office. See page 4 for online registration                                        DATE:                 Tuesdays, June 14– July 19
     information. Activity numbers (Act. #) listed with classes must
                                                                                                      TIME:                 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
     be used with online registration.
                                                                                                      ELIGIBILITY: 16 – adult
SALSA
                                                                                                      FEE:                  $51.50 w/Recreation ID card
  Salsa — The most exciting of all Latin dances. By completion
                                                                                                                            $56.65 w/o Recreation ID card
  of this course you will have learned spins and turns, cuban
  motion, tap steps, and shines, everything that makes a great                                   WEST COAST SWING
  salsa dancer. Partner’s are not guaranteed.......Act.# 121203-01                                 This dance is similar to east coast swing but to slower swing
  INSTRUCTOR: Rico                                                                                 music. It is a sexy dance that has a smooth, grounded, earthy
     DATE:              Mondays, July 11 – August 29                                               look. Blues is the traditional style of music, but can be danced
                                                                                                   to soul, R& B, and jazz. It has been described as the “cadillac”
     TIME:              7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
                                                                                                   of swing. Partner’s are not guaranteed...............Act. #121203-05
     ELIGIBILITY: 16 – adult                                                                       INSTRUCTOR: Rico
                  (beginners and intermediates welcome)
                                                                                                      DATES:                Thursdays, July7 – August 25
     FEE:               $46.35 w/Recreation ID card
                                                                                                      TIME:                 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
                        $51.50 w/o Recreation ID card
                                                                                                      ELIGIBILITY: 16 – adult (beginners only)
HUSTLE
                                                                                                      FEE:                  $46.35 w/Recreation ID card
  Hustle — This dance is as popular today as it was in the 70’s. By
                                                                                                                            $51.50 w/o Recreation ID card
  the end of this course you will be doing disco turns, wraps, and
  spins, and be the envy of everyone where ever disco/club music                                 FOXTROT/WALTZ:
  is played. Partners are not guaranteed. ....................Act. #121203-02                      Foxtrot — the most popular ballroom dance in America,
  INSTRUCTOR: Rico                                                                                 originated in 1914 by Harry Fox. It’s fun, not hard to learn,
     DATE:              Mondays, July 11 – August 29                                               and easy to lead and follow. It’s smooth and sexy. It can be
                                                                                                   enjoyed and danced to a wide variety of music with varying
     TIME:              8:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
                                                                                                   tempo. Waltz— this dance is as beautiful as it was when it
     ELIGIBILITY: 16 – adult                                                                       began in the 18th century. The character is elegant, regal,
                  (beginners and intermediates welcome)                                            graceful, and has a swooping rise and fall. By the end of this
     FEE:               $46.35 w/Recreation ID card                                                course you will be whirling around the floor enjoying the
                        $51.50 w/o Recreation ID card                                              thrill and romance of the waltz movement. Partners are not
                                                                                                   guaranteed. ................................................................Act. #121203-06
RHYTHM AND BLUES
                                                                                                   INSTRUCTOR: Rico
  RhythmandBlues — No Dancing Experience Required.
  This makes a great gift so bring your friends and/or relatives.                                     DATES:                Thursdays, July 7 – August 25
  Every time they do this simple beautiful dance they will think                                      TIME:                 8:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
  of you. If you never learn another dance, learn how to SLOW                                         ELIGIBILITY: 16 – adult
  dance the way it was meant to be. Learn a variety of beautiful
                                                                                                      FEE:                  $46.35 w/Recreation ID card
  steps, which will astound everyone who sees you. Anywhere
                                                                                                                            $51.50 w/o Recreation ID card
  you go, SLOW DANCING is done: piano bars, intimate lounges,
  cruise ships, small clubs, weddings and house parties, some-                                   AMERITINA TANGO
  one is singing or playing a beautiful ballad. Partners are not                                   Brand new, never taught before — this class combines both
  guaranteed. .................................................................Act. #121203-03     "American Tango" and "Argentine Tango" in the same dance.
  INSTRUCTOR: Rico                                                                                 In addition to learning the American steps of corte, prome-
     DATE:              Mondays, July 11 – August 29                                               nades, grapevines, La Puerta, and fans we add the Argentine
                                                                                                   steps of doble ocho, pasado, la cruzada, parade, and reverse
     TIME:              9:00 p.m. – 10:00 pm
                                                                                                   ocho. Be the first to do this and you will stand out anywhere
     ELIGIBILITY: 16-adult                                                                         you perform, "Ameritina Tango." Partners are not guaran-
                  (beginners and intermediates welcome)                                            teed ................................................................................Act. #121203-07
     FEE:               $46.35 w/recreation ID card                                                INSTRUCTOR: RICO
                        $51.50 w/0 recreation ID card                                                 DATES:                Thursdays, July 7-August 25
BELLY DANCING                                                                                         TIME:                 9:00 p.m. –10:00 p.m.
  Learn how to perform the physical movements of belly danc-                                          ELIGIBILITY: 16 – adult
  ing. A great way to get in shape and tone muscles without
                                                                                                      FEE:                  $46.35 w/Recreation ID card
  the stress or impact of high intensity exercise. Belly dancing
  is a bridge to connect a woman’s profound mystery to her                                                                  $51.50 w/o Recreation ID card

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                                                                                                                               OUTDOOR FITNESS & FUN
YOGA BEGINNER AT THE BEACH
  Yoga postures in combination with breathing and medita-
  tion will improve your health, reduce stress, and inhibit the
  aging process. Gain flexibility, good posture, and overall mus-
  cle strength. Bring mat, water bottle, and wear comfortable
  clothing.........................................................................Act. #121202-02
  INSTRUCTOR: Donna Landini
  DATES:             Thursdays, July 7 – August 4
  TIME:              8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
  FEE:               $28.95 w/Recreation ID card
                     $32.15 w/o Recreation ID card
  ELIGIBILITY: 16 yrs & older
  LOCATION: Crescent Beach, Huntington
  REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins
  May 11 at 9:00 a.m. In-person registration is at the Parks and
  Recreation office. See page 4 for online registration information.                                 Councilwoman Glenda Jackson is pictured with a group of campers of
  Activity numbers (Act. #) listed with classes must be used with                                    Project Play's summer program at the Jack Abrams Intermediate School
  online registration.
                                                                                                        Session II        Thursdays, July 21, 28, August 4, 11, 18, 25
YOGA/QIGONG AT THE BEACH
  This class combines the healing principle of dance, yoga, and                                         TIMES:
  Qigong. Movements are slow and gentle allowing an inner                                               Session I      6:30 p.m.............................................Act. #122901-01
  awareness of the body to develop. Bring a mat, water bottle,                                                         7:30 p.m.............................................Act. #122901-02
  and wear loose fitting clothing.                                                                      Session II     6:30 p.m.............................................Act. #122902-01
  INSTRUCTOR: Dorothy Mandrakos                                                                                        7:30 p.m.............................................Act. #122902-02
  DATES:                                                                                                ELIGIBILITY: Handler age 16 to adult. Dogs must be at least
  Mondays, July 25, August 1, 8, 15 .......................Act. #121202-01                             four months old.
  Wednesdays, July 20, 27, August 3, 10 ...............Act. #121202-03                                  FEE:           $78 w/Recreation ID Card
  TIMES:          8:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.                                                                                $104 w/o Recreation ID Card
  ELIGIBILITY: 16 yrs & older                                                                           LOCATION: Dix Hills Golf Course parking lot
  LOCATION: Crescent Beach, Huntington                                                                  REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins
  FEE: $32w/Recreation ID card for Monday or Wednesday                                                  April 25 at 9:00 a.m. In-person registration is at the Parks and
        $37 w/o Recreation ID card for Monday or Wednesday                                              Recreation office. See page 4 for online registration information.
                                                                                                        Activity numbers (Act. #) listed with classes must be used with
  REGISTRATION: Online and in-person registration begins                                                online registration.
  May 11 at 9:00 a.m. In-person registration is at the Parks and
  Recreation office. See page 4 for online registration informa-
  tion. Activity numbers (Act. #) listed with classes must be
  used with online registration.
THEME PARk DISCOUNT TICkETS
  Planning a family day or vacation? Purchase amusement
  park discount tickets, listed below, through the Parks and
  Recreation Department at EXTREMELY reduced rates start-
  ing May 17, 9:00 a.m., in person only at Parks and Recreation
  office. Checks, credit cards, or money orders only, NO CASH.
          AMUSEMENT PARk                             GATE PRICE              OUR PRICE
   Six Flags Great Adventure
   Jackson, NJ – ages 3 and                                $77                     $31
   under FREE; includes Safari

   Hershey Park                                          $53.95                  $43.95
   Hershey, PA – ages 9-54

   Sesame Place
   Langhorne, PA – ages 2                                $60.13                  $48.10
   and up; $2.00 second day
   upgrade available at park

BEGINNERS DOG OBEDIENCE
  This class focuses on walking nicely on lead (heeling), sit/stay
  (in position), down/stay, come when called, and other useful
  commands while addressing typical behavioral problems
  such as housebreaking, chewing, barking, and jumping. Proof
  of Rabies, Distemper, and Kennel cough immunization is re-
  quired at the first class in order to participate.
  DATES:         (each session – six 1-hour sessions)
  Session I      Thursdays, June 9, 16, 23, 30 July 7, 14

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COINDRE HALL
 The Town of Huntington Department of Parks and Recreation,                    CHILDREN’S NATURE STUDY PROGRAM
 as the result of an agreement with Suffolk County Parks Depart-                  This series of nature study activities are being offered to get
 ment, offers the following programs at Coindre Hall. Coindre Hall
                                                                                  children back outside, away from computers, cell phones,
 may also be used for events such as weddings and meetings by
 contacting Suffolk County Parks at 631-854-4995.                                 and television. Children will explore the wonderful parks in
                                                                                  the Town of Huntington. With the assistance of Cornell Co-
SPRING FISHING SCHOOL                                                             operative Extension’s Marine Program, children will discover
  This school will include fishing techniques, catching bait,                     the beauty of nature.
  purchasing the right fishing rod and reel, fishing seasons and
  regulations, hot spots, and getting a fishing license. Students                 Children should dress appropriately for the weather since most
  will make their own tackle to keep. This school will include                    of the classes will be taught outdoors. Old clothes and sneakers
  hands-on instruction at three different fishing areas in the                    are recommended. Please bring a water bottle.
  Town of Huntington on certain Saturdays.
  INSTRUCTORS: Captain Dan Stahl and John Totten                                  DATES/TIMES:
  DATES/TIMES:                                                                    Ages 3 – 5 Tuesdays, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
  Ages 9 – 16:     Saturdays, May 7 – June 11                                     Grades 1 – 4 Thursdays 4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
                   9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.                                                      Saturdays 10:30 - 11:30 am.
  On Saturdays, May 14, 21, and June 11 we will meet at local                     LOCATION: Various parks in the Town of Huntington
  fishing areas to be determined. .......................... Act. #112201-01      FEE:
  Ages 16 and over:                                                               Preschool    $16 (per session) w/Recreation ID card
  Wednesdays, May 4, 25, and June 1, 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. and                                 (Huntington or Suffolk County)
  Saturdays, May 14, 21, and June 11 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. at                                 $18 (per session) w/o Recreation ID card
  local fishing areas to be determined ................ Act. #112201-02           Grades 1 – 4 $12 (per session) w/Recreation ID card
  LOCATION: Coindre Hall, 101 Browns Road, Huntington                                          (Huntington or Suffolk County)
  (classroom entrance is in the back) and at local fishing areas                               $14 (per session) w/o Recreation ID card
  to be determined.                                                               REGISTRATION: Currently underway online and in Parks and
  FEE: $75 per person plus a $15 materials fee payable in cash                    Recreation Office, Town. See page 4 for online registration
  to the instructors the first day.                                               information.
  REGISTRATION: Currently underway online and in the Parks
  and Recreation Department.                                                   SEASHORE SAFARI
                                                                                 Bring the beach to your classroom! This hands-on presenta-
                                                                                 tion introduces students to local marine life – sea stars, shell-
                                                                                 fish, hermit crabs, snails, and… the infamous horseshoe crab.
                                                                                 DATE:          Ages 3-5, May 10 ......................... Act. #112801-01
                                                                                  LOCATION: Coindre Hall (in the back)
                                                                                            101 Browns Road, Huntington
                                                                               SWING INTO SPRING NATURE WALk
                                                                                 Investigate some of the exciting and dangerous marine crea-
                                                                                 tures that inhabit waters around the world. Learn how jellies,
                                                                                 electric eels, fish, octopi, and others use spines, slime, and
                                                                                 stingers to defend themselves and/or catch their prey.
                                                                                 DATE:        Ages 3-5, May 24 ...............................Act. #112802-01
                                                                                  LOCATION: Betty Allen Nature Preserve, Rt. 25A, Centerport
                                                                               BEACH LIFE
                                                                                 Let’s explore the beach! Following a short hands-on intro-
                                                                                 duction to local marine life, your child will explore the beach
                                                                                 and salt marsh, seine the bay to collect fish, shrimp, crabs, and
                                                                                 other marine life. This program concludes with a search for
                                                                                 horseshoe crabs In the tide pools! Please wear water shoes.
                                                                                  DATE:            Grades 1 – 4, May 19 .................. Act. #112804-01
                                                                                  LOCATION: Centerport Beach, Little Neck Rd., Centerport

                                                                                                    OFFICE SPACE RENTAL
                                                                                The Town of Huntington has office space available at Coin-
                                                                                dre Hall. This beautiful location features one large room
                                                                                (600 sq. ft.) with carpet and four adjacent rooms (150 sq. ft.)
                                                                                The space can be used by schools i.e. karate, computers, ser-
                                                                                vice oriented businesses, or non-profits. Space can’t be used
                                                                                for a six-week period in July and August. Available immedi-
                                                                                ately. For information, call Jack Fass at 631-351-3071.

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                                                                                                                                         COINDRE HALL
FALL AFTER SCHOOL ATHLETICS
     AFTER                                                                    REGISTRATIONFORFORTHEFOLLOWINGPROGRAMS:Online
  A series of athletic programs, which includes instruction and               and in person begins September 6, 9:00 a.m. at the Town Hall Parks
  game play.                                                                  and Recreation office, Room 103, 100 Main Street, Huntington. For
                                                                              website registration information, see page 4.
   Bring a water bottle. For Tennis, bring a racquet and an un-
   opened can of USTA tennis balls.                                           STRENGTH TO GO
   DATES:       October 11 – December 16                                        Use it or lose it becomes a reality when we consider the
   Tennis:      October 24 – December 5                                         600 muscles in the human body are mostly under used in
   (No class 10/31, 11/8, 11, 23, 24, 25) Six sessions for tennis and           daily living. When we challenge these muscles using our
   eight sessions for other sports                                              own body weight and free-weight work, we have the ability
                                                                                to burn fat (as muscle is calorie-hungry), increase bone den-
                                                                                sity, improve posture and overall balance, prevent injury and
SPORTS:                                                                         many illnesses and actually change body size. Music soothes
  Mondays                                                                       the soul while we work. Bring a mat or towel, water bottle,
  Tennis, 3:30 – 4:00 p.m. Ages 4 – 5...................... Act. #132211-01     hand weights, and sneakers. .................................Act. #132204-01
  Tennis, 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. Grades 1 – 2 ................. Act. #132211-02       INSTRUCTOR: Jean Tallman
  Tennis, 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. Grades 3 – 4 ................. Act. #132211-03       DATES:         Wednesdays, October 5 – November 30
  Tennis, 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. Grades 5 – 6 ................ Act. #132211-0 3       TIMES:         10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
   Tuesdays                                                                     FEE:           $46.35 w/Recreation ID card
   Basketball, 4:00 – 5:00 p.m., Grades 4 – 6 .......... Act.#132206-01                        $51.50 w/o Recreation ID card
   Volleyball, 5:05 – 6:05 p.m., Grades 4 – 8 ........... Act.#132207-01      YOGA BEGINNER
   Wednesdays                                                                   Yoga postures in combination with breathing and medita-
   Soccer, 4:00 – 5:00 p.m., Grades 1 – 3 ................. Act.#132208-01      tion will improve your health, reduce stress, and inhibit the
   Floor Hockey, 5:05 – 6:05 p.m., Grades 1 – 3 .... Act.#132209-01             aging process. Gain flexibility, good posture, and overall mus-
                                                                                cle strength. Bring mat, water bottle, and wear comfortable
   Thursdays                                                                    clothing ........................................................................Act. #132205-01
   Basketball, 4:00 – 5:00 p.m., Grades 1 – 3.......... Act.#132206-02          INSTRUCTOR: Donna Landini
   Basketball, 5:05 – 6:05 p.m., Grades 1 – 3 ......... Act.#132206-03          DATES:             Thursdays, October 6 – December 1
   Fridays                                                                      TIME:              9:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.
   Flag Football, 4:00 – 5:00 p.m., Grades 2 – 3 .... Act.#132210-01            FEE:               $46.35 w/Recreation ID card
   Flag Football, 5:05 – 6:05 p.m., Grades 4 – 6 .... Act.#132210-02                               $51.50 w/o Recreation ID card
   FEE:          $67 w/Recreation ID card                                     YOGA/QI GONG
                 (Huntington or Suffolk County)                                 This class combines the healing principle of dance, yoga, and
                 $88 w/o Recreation ID card                                     Qigong. Movements are slow and gentle allowing an inner
                                                                                awareness of the body to develop. Bring a mat, water bottle,
   Tennis:       $58 w/Recreation ID card
                                                                                and wear loose fitting clothing............................Act. #132203-01
                 (Huntington or Suffolk County)                                 INSTRUCTOR: Dorothy Mandrakos
                 $73 w/o Recreation ID card
                                                                                DATES:        Tuesdays, October 4 – November 29
   Tennis for ages 4 – 5:                                                       TIME:         11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
               $67 w/Recreation ID card
                                                                                FEE:          $51.50 w/Recreation ID card
               (Huntington or Suffolk County)                                                 $56.65 w/o Recreation ID card
               $88 w/o Recreation card
                                                                              BODYSCULPTING
   LOCATION: Coindre Hall Gym, 101 Browns Road,                                 "Body Sculpting" is a total body workout and is a great way to
             Huntington (entrance to gym in back)                               build, strengthen, and maintain healthy muscles, bones, and
   REGISTRATION: Online starts September 22 at 4:00 p.m. for                    joints. Class will start with an aerobic warm-up and stretch
                                                                                followed by lower and upper body exercises concentrating
   100% of the openings. Registration will be available both on-
                                                                                on improving strength and flexibility as well as toning and
   line and in person at the Parks and Recreation office in Town                shaping. Class will end with a complete stretch and cool
   Hall starting on September 26 at 9:00 a.m. for any remaining                 down. All fitness levels are welcome as you work at your own
   openings. See page 4 for online registration information.                    pace under the Instructors guidance. Bring a set of hand
                                                                                weights, a mat, and water bottle. Stability balls and Dyna
                                                                                bands will be provided. Sign up early as class space is limited.
                           GYM RENTAL                                           INSTRUCTOR: Fran Squire
 The Coindre Hall Gym, at Browns Road in Huntington, is avail-
 able for rental by youth groups, corporations, not-for-profits,                DATES:
 and other organizations. The gym can be used for fitness                       Mondays, October 3 – November 28 .................Act. #132201-01
 classes, basketball, volleyball, badminton, soccer, lacrosse, and              Wednesdays, October 5 – November 30 ..........Act. #132201-02
 other sports at reasonable rates. Preference is given to Hun-                  TIME:          9:15 -10:15 a.m.
 tington organizations and to past users. For information, call
                                                                                FEE:           $46.35 w/Recreation ID card
 631-351-3071.
                                                                                               $51.50 w/o Recreation ID card

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COINDRE HALL                                                                                                                                        CREATIVE ARTS
ZUMBA®                                                                                                       SUMMER
                                                                                                             SUMMER CHILDREN’S CREATIVE ARTS WORkSHOPS
  Come try the latest craze in group exercise. This class will                                                 The purpose of the workshop is to broaden the creative
  teach you the basic steps. This is an easy to follow cardio-                                                 awareness of children in a relaxed and informal atmosphere
  dance fitness workout that incorporates Latin and interna-                                                   under the guidance of a carefully selected staff.
  tional music. You do not have to be a dancer to take this class.                                             DATES:           Monday & Wednesday – July 6– August 1
                                                                                                                                Tuesdays & Thursdays – July 5 – July 28
  Dress in light, comfortable easy to move clothes. Bring a wa-
  ter bottle and towel..................................................Act. #132202-02                        TIMES:           10:00 a.m. – 10:55 a.m. and
                                                                                                                                11:00 a.m. – 11:55 a.m.
  INSTRUCTOR: Lauren Singer
                                                                                                               ELIGIBILITY: Preschool (4 yrs.) – grade 6 (as of Sept. 2011)
  DATES:         Fridays, October 7 – December 9                                                               NOTE: Four year olds must show proof of age (copy of birth
  TIME:          9:30-10:30 a.m.                                                                               certificate) to the instructor on the first day.
  FEE:           $46.35 w/Recreation ID card                                                                   LOCATION: Silas Wood School (subject to change)
                 $51.50 w/o Recreation ID card                                                                 CLASSES: Cooking, Sculpting, Piano, Theater, Hip Hop Dance,
                                                                                                               Basketball, Karate, Poetry, Writing a Play, Guitar, Drumming and
ZUMBA GOLD®                                                                                                    Culinary Craft Camp and more. Not all classes are scheduled
  This upbeat class combines 40 minutes of Zumba Gold with                                                     for each age group/time. A flyer can be downloaded from the
  20 minutes of strength training and abdominal work as an                                                     Town’s website under Online Library or call 631-351-3089.
  added bonus. Zumba Gold has all the fun, fire, and fitness                                                   FEE:             $69 per course w/Recreation ID card
  objectives of regular Zumba in an easy, progressive manner.                                                                   $90 per course w/o Recreation ID card
  You’ll learn to dance to the pulsing and sensual rhythms of                                                                   Materials fee for some classes is additional.
  Latin, hip hop, swing, and world music as you get a safe and                                                 REGISTRATION: Online and in person begins May 16, 9:00 a.m.
  total body workout. This stimulating class is designed for                                                   In-person registration is at the Parks and Recreation office,
  those new to Zumba, the active older adult, or anyone who                                                    Town Hall. See page 4 for online registration information.
  wants to shimmy a little slower. Dress in light, comfortable                                               FALL CHILDREN’S CREATIVE ARTS WORkSHOP
  easy-to-move clothes. Bring a water bottle and towel.                                                        The children’s Saturday Recreation Program offers a variety
  .........................................................................................Act. #132202-01     of classes such as cooking, karate, sports, Mad Science classes,
  INSTRUCTOR: Lauren Singer                                                                                    piano, arts and crafts, dance, jewelry making, theater, guitar,
  DATES:                     Tuesdays, October 4 – November 29                                                 and more. Not all classes are offered for each age group at each
                                                                                                               site. Detailed flyers are distributed to most elementary schools
  TIME:                      9:30-10:30 a.m.                                                                   or download the flyer from the Town’s website, under Online Li-
  FEE:                       $46.35 w/Recreation ID card                                                       brary or call the department at 631-351-3089.
                                                                                                               DATES:          Saturdays, October 1 – November 19, 2011
                             $51.50 w/o Recreation ID card                                                                     (eight 55-minute classes)
                                                                                                                (dates subject to change due to inclement weather, makeup
                                                                                                                classes will extend the program)
                                                                                                                FEES:          per course per child
                                                                                                                               $69 w/Recreation ID card
                                                                                                                               $90 w/o Recreation ID card
                                                                                                                               Materials fee for some classes is additional.
                                                                                                                ELIGIBILITY: All township children from age 4 through sixth
                                                                                                                grade. Preschoolers must be four by October 1 and have
                                                                                                                proof of age (birth certificate) at first class.
                                                                                                                REGISTRATION: Online starts for 100% of the openings
                                                                                                                September 19 at 4:00 p.m. If openings remain, starting
                                                                                                                September 22 9:00 a.m., residents and non-residents may
                                                                                                                register in person at the Parks and Recreation office and Dix
                                                                                                                Hills Ice Rink or online. For website and further information,
                                                                                                                see page 4.
                                                                                                             THOMAS J. LAHEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
                                                                                                               Harborfields School District, 625 Pulaski Road, Greenlawn
                                                                                                               TIMES:        Classes start at 12:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m., or
                                                                                                                             2:30 p.m. depending on the course
                                                                                                             SIGNAL HILL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
                                                                                                                Half Hollow Hills School District, 670 Caledonia Road, Dix Hills
                                                                                                                TIMES:       Classes start at 10:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., or
                                                                                                                             12:00 noon, depending on the course
                                                                                                             SILAS WOOD MIDDLE SCHOOL
                                                                                                                South Huntington School District, 23 Harding Place, Hun-
                                                                                                                tington Station
                                                                                                                TIMES:        Classes start at 10:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., or
                                                                                                                              12:00 noon, depending on the course
                                                                                                             SOUTHDOWN PRIMARY SCHOOL
                                                                                                               Huntington School District, 2125 Brown’s Road, Huntington
                                                                                                               TIMES:      Classes start at 9:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m., or
                                                                                                                           11:30 a.m., depending on the course

28              SUMMER/FALL 2011                                                                   TOWN OF HUNTINGTON DEPARTMENT OF PARKS & RECREATION • 631-351-3089
                                                                                                                                                                    DAY TRIPS
  REGISTRATION: In-person and online registration begins                               PEDDLERS VILLAGE APPLE FESTIVAL
  April 28, 9:00 a.m. In-person registration is at the Parks and Rec-                    Peddler’s Village is nestled in the heart of famous Bucks
  reation Office. See page 4 for online registration information.                        County, PA. In the 42-acre village, beautifully enhanced by
  Activity numbers (Act. #) listed with classes must be used with                        landscaped gardens and winding brick walkways, there are
  online registration.                                                                   numerous interesting places to visit. The Apple Festival is
  PLEASE NOTE: All trips are rain or shine. No refunds are issued.                       where talented crafters come together to demonstrate their
  For further information, please call 351-3089                                          skills and wares. There will be musical entertainment, puppet
                                                                                         and medicine shows, as well as samplings of fresh picked ap-
LITTLE ITALY TO THE “RUINS OF POMPEII”                                                   ples, fritters, pies, apple butter, and much, much more. Lunch
   Our morning begins like a typical morning in Italy. Start with a
                                                                                         is on your own. There are several restaurants on premise in-
   cup of freshly make espresso/cappuccino, coffee, and either the
   famous homemade cannoli OR sfogliatelle at this well-known                            cluding the famous Cock ‘n Bull Restaurant for their buffet.
   café. We then walk to an 1800’s former Italian bank that has                          We will be visiting a winery for a taste test before heading
   now become the historic site of the 'Italian American Museum."                        home .............................................................................Act. #132101-02
   Among the displays you may view: A Portrait and Red Shirt of                          DATE:               Sunday, November 6, 2011
   Garibaldi; size up Enrico Caruso’s stage costume; compare an                                              Bus leaves from Huntington Town Hall
   early version of an espresso machine with yours; or enjoy see-                        TIME:               Depart 7:30 a.m.; Return 8:30 p.m. (approx.)
   ing a famous Manteo Sicilian marionette. Hear the stories that
                                                                                         FEE:                $44 per person includes motor coach
   go with some of these treasures as we enjoy a narrated tour.
   Then, enjoy a short drive around Little Italy, the neighborhood                                           transportation, wine tasting, and festival
   famous for the Feast of San Genarro before heading mid town                         GREEN DRAGON FARMER’S MARkET
   for lunch(lunch Is on your own and we will provide you with a                         "A unique carnival atmosphere you have to experience to
   few menus In advance). After lunch, you will walk to the Dis-                         believe!" As the rooster crow’s early morn, the Green Drag-
   cover Center. Experience why according to the NY Times "why
                                                                                         on comes alive in a little country town in Lancaster County.
   Pompeii became a site of International pilgrimage." See for
   yourself what has not been on display in NY ever. From statues,                       Thousands of local shoppers have visited this local attraction
   to frescoes, to computer-generated stories. Enjoy it all at your                      since 1932 visiting over 400 local growers, merchants and
   leisure and decide for yourself what really happened before                           craftsmen. Located on a thirty-acre site, the Green Dragon
   and after Vesuvius. Some free time for the gift shop or café as                       Market has grown to be one of the largest Farmers Markets
   you reflect on the glory that was Pompeii and the role of his-                        on the East Coast. The market offers visitors the choice of
   tory from Europe to America ......................................Act. #122101-01     shopping indoors or outdoors for homemade foods, unique
   DATE:          Saturday, August 20, 2011                                              items and goods. So put on comfortable walking shoes and
   TIME:          Depart 9:00 a.m.; return 6:30 p.m. (approx.)                           join us for this wonderful and unique experience.
                  Bus leaves from Huntington Town Hall                                   .........................................................................................Act. #132101-03
                                                                                         DATE:                      Friday, November 11, 2011
   FEE:           $73 per personincludes motor coach                                                                Bus leaves from Huntington Town Hall
                  transportation, admissions, and guided tours
                                                                                         TIME:                      Depart 7:30 a.m.; return 8 p.m. (approx.)
"WOODSTOCk" REVISITED AT BETHEL
  It’s the story of the sixties and "music and history play on."                         FEE:                       $46 per person includes motor coach
  We enter the era of Woodstock and experience a decade that                                                        transportation and market
  defined an entire generation of youth. But before our Wood-                          CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY LIGHTS OF BROOkLYN
  stock experience, we make an historic stop as we visit Wurts-                          Art history and neighborhood holiday lights join together to-
  boro, a village of one thousand folks in one square mile. Here
                                                                                         day as we head Into Brooklyn. Our first stop is at the Brooklyn
  we stop at the original General Store that dates back to 1838.
  Four generations of family have turned this General Store                              Museum of Art, opened In 1897, designed by McKim Mead
  into an Emporium of delight. Enjoy refreshment as you dis-                             and White, this spectacular building houses many varied col-
  cover the old, the new, and the Christmas time too on ground                           lections. Today we have allowed plenty of time for a guided
  level or up the stairs to the second level. Now onward to the                          tour as well as Independent exploration. Enjoy your one
  museum set on the grounds of the original 1969 Woodstock                               hour guided tour of Tiffany glass, Gilbert Stuart’s “Portrait of
  Festival. From multimedia and interactive productions, to                              George Washington,” Edward hicks “Peaceable Kingdom,”
  text panels and artifacts to a hi definition theater with scenes                       and more. Then go on your own to explore some of the other
  never seen before, prepare to spend several hours enjoying                             galleries and stop at your leisure for your light lunch or snack
  the complex. With its own café indoors and covered patio                               in the café on your own. Then on our next tour, we visit Dyker
  outdoors, stop for a leisurely lunch on your own. Then go                              Heights for the most amazing Christmas displays anywhere
  back in time to the sixties Civil Rights and Space Race, a lega-                       in the country. See some so “over-the-top” that the homes on
  cy unlike other, and see a "must-see cultural destination." We                         the tour have been featured on the Learning Channel’s “Crazy
  will camp off our day as we sip and sample at Brotherhood                              Christmas Lights.” Besides seeing homes from the bus, you’ll
  Winery, the oldest continuously run winery in the country.                             also be escorted through the areas by a licensed Brooklyn
  First, we have a guided tour of the underground wine cellars                           tour guide In order to enjoy even more up close homes. Do
  and hear about wine stomping. Then we follow up with wine                              bring cameras for pictures. And the sweetest ending will be
  samplings of five wines. But we add another feature. It’s their                        at the famous pastry shop for cannoli and cappuccino to end
  gourmet "antipasto fest and fruit" tasting. What a nice way to                         Brooklyn a Its best! ...................................................Act. #132101-04
  end a perfect NY fall tour day ...............................Act. #132101-01          DATE:          Saturday, December 10, 2011
  DATE:          Saturday, September 17, 2011
                                                                                                        Bus leaves from Huntington Town Hall
  TIME:          Depart 8:15 a.m.; return 7:30 p.m. (approx.)
  Bus leaves from Huntington Town Hall                                                   TIME:          Depart 11:30 a.m.; Return 9:30 p.m. (approx.)
  FEE:           $75 includes motor coach transportation, tour                           FEE:           $83 per person includes motor coach trans-
  guides, admissions, and wine/food tasting                                              portation, tour guides, admissions and the “sweetest ending”

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DIX HILLS ICE RINk
 RECREATION CARDS:                                                                  Basic 1 – March, 2-foot glide, forward swizzles, backward
   Recreation ID cards can also be obtained at Dix Hills Ice Rink                   wiggles, snowplow stop, rocking horse, 2-foot hop in place.
   Monday - Sunday 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.                                            Basic 2 – 1-foot glide, 2-foot backward glide, backward swiz-
                                                                                    zles, 2-foot turn from forward to backward, moving snow
 CHARTER TIME:
   We welcome all PTA’s, school groups, social and service or-                      plow stop, forward ½ swizzles pumps in a straight line.
   ganizations to take advantage of the charter times avail-                        Basic 3-4 – Forward stroking, ½ swizzle pumps clock wise
   able. Arrangements may be made with the Ice Rink Man-                            and counter clock wise, backward 1-foot glide R&L. Forward
   ager. Call 499-8058 for availability.                                            outside & inside edge on a circle R&L, forward crossovers
   FEE: $350 per hour for prime time                                                clockwise & counter clockwise, forward outside three turn
           $300 for off time (midnight – 6:00 a.m.)                                 R&L, backward ½ swizzle pumps.
 BIRTHDAY PARTIES:                                                                  Basic 5-7 – Backward outside & inside edge R&L, backward
  Available during public sessions. Call 499-5470 for details                       crossovers clockwise and counter clockwise, one – foot spin,
  and reservations.                                                                 hockey stop, and side toe hop. Forward inside three turn R&L
                                                                                    moving backward to forward, 2foot turn clockwise. Forward
 FREESTYLE:
  Ice is available for the advanced figure skater. Call                             inside open Mohawk R to L and L to R, backward outside
  631-462-5883 for various times and sessions.                                      edge glide, forward inside pivot. Moving outside & inside
                                                                                    3-turn R & L, 1-foot spin, waltz jump, mazurka R&L.
YOUTH ICE HOCkEY RECREATION LEAGUE                                                  Hockey/Beginner – must skate forward and wear hockey
  The league is set up as a recreational league which teaches                       helmet.
  the fundamentals of the game through clinics, practices, and                      Hockey/Intermediate – Skating forward and backwards
  game play, while having fun, fun, fun. Each participant will re-                  Adult Various levels, just interested in the art of skating
  ceive a twelve game season, official NHL jersey, admission into
  weekly clinic on Tuesdays from 3:15 – 4:15 p.m., and trophies.                    DATES:             Session III                 begins April 12th
  DATES:            Season starts in October                                                           Session IV                  begins May 24th
   ELIGIBILITY:          Boys and girls at all levels                                                  Session V                   begins July 12th
                                                                                                       Session VI                  begins Sept 6th
   FEE:                  $375 per participant
                                                                                                       Session VII                 begins Oct 25th
   REGISTRATION:
   Begins September 1 at the Dix Hills Ice Rink.. Act. #232604-01                   TIME:              Weekdays and weekends
                                                                                    ELIGIBILITY: Ages 3 – adult
MEN’S RECREATIONAL HOCkEY:
  For beginner and intermediate players. Program includes ten                       FEE:     Ranges from $75 to $100 for six ½-hour classes,
  1½ hour sessions during weekday evenings. No contact, full                        which includes rink admission, but not skate rentals ($4.00)
  equipment.                                                                        REGISTRATION: Classes are offered at different times / days,
  DATES:       Session III       begins May 9th                                     please go to the town website and type activity # for com-
               Session IV        begins August 1st                                  plete list.
               Session V         begins October 17th
   TIME:            9:20 – 10:50 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. – 12:30 a.m.                   Session III – March 23rd, Dix Hills Ice Rink
   FEE:             $210 w/Recreation ID card                                                        Mommy & Me .................................. Act. #252630
                    $260 w/o Recreation ID card                                                      Sam 1 ..................................................Act. # 252631
                                                                                                     Sam 2...................................................Act. # 252632
   REGISTRATION:
                                                                                                     Basic 1 .................................................Act. # 252633
   Session III – April 25th, Dix Hills Ice Rink .......... Act. #252603-03
                                                                                                     Basic 2 .................................................Act. # 252634
   Session IV – June 27th, Dix Hills Ice Rink .......... Act. #252603-04
                                                                                                     Basic 3-4 .............................................Act. # 252635
   Session V – Sept. 19th, Dix Hills Ice Rink........... Act. #252603-05
                                                                                                     Basic 5-7 ............................................Act. # 252636
ICE SkATING INSTRUCTION:                                                                             Hockey 1 .......................................... Act. # 252637
   6-week instructional skating program for ages 4 years to                                          Hockey 2 .......................................... Act. # 252638
   adult. The classes run for ½ hour each week with various                                          Adult .................................................. Act. # 252639
   days and times for each group. Groups are assigned by age
   and skating ability. All Mommy & Me children, Tots and Ba-           Session IV – May 4th, Dix Hills Ice Rink
   sic 1-2 student are suggested to wear HELMETS (bicycle                               Mommy & Me .................................. Act. #252640
   helmets are acceptable). Dix Hills Ice Rink follows USFSA                            Sam 1................................................... Act. #252641
   guidelines, below is a list of classes and what you will need to                     Sam 2................................................... Act. #252642
   have completed to advance to the next level:                                         Basic 1 ................................................. Act. #252643
   Mommy & Me – Ages 3 & 4 never skated with mommy or                                   Basic 2 ................................................. Act. #252644
   daddy                                                                                Basic 3-4 ............................................. Act. #252645
   Snowplow Sam 1 – Ages 4 & 5 never skated                                             Basic 5-7 ............................................. Act. #252646
   Snowplow Sam 2 – March and glide, moving dip, backward                               Hockey 1 ............................................ Act. #252647
   wiggles, forward swizzles, 2-foot hop in place, Forward skat-                        Hockey 2 ............................................ Act. #252648
   ing, one-foot glide, forward & backward swizzles, snowplow                           Adult ................................................... Act. #252649
   stop, curves
30        SUMMER/FALL 2011                                     TOWN OF HUNTINGTON DEPARTMENT OF PARKS & RECREATION • 631-351-3089
                                                                                                                                                   DIX HILLS ICE RINk
   Session V – June 15th, Dix Hills Ice Rink
                   Mommy & Me .................................. Act. #252650
                   Sam 1................................................... Act. #252651
                   Sam 2................................................... Act. #252652
                   Basic 1 ................................................. Act. #252653
                   Basic 2 ................................................. Act. #252654
                   Basic 3-4 ............................................. Act. #252655
                   Basic 5-7 ............................................. Act. #252656
                   Hockey 1 ............................................ Act. #252657
                          Hockey 2 ........................................... Act. #252658
                          Adult ................................................... Act. #252659
   Session VI – August 3rd, Dix Hills Ice Rink
                   Mommy & Me .................................. Act. #252660
                   Sam 1...................................................Act. # 252661           Councilman Mark Mayoka and his dog, Wishbone, joins Huntington’s
                   Sam 2...................................................Act. # 252662           League For Animal Protection at Decker’s Nursery (photo courtesy of
                                                                                                   Michael Korol)
                   Basic 1 .................................................Act. # 252663
                   Basic 2 .................................................Act. # 252664             DATES:
                   Basic 3-4 .............................................Act. # 252665               Session I                 August 22 – August 26 ........... Act. #222602-01
                   Basic 5-7 .............................................Act. # 252666               Session II                August 29 – September 2 .....Act. #222602-02
                   Hockey 1 .......................................... Act. # 252667
                   Hockey 2 .......................................... Act. # 252668                  TIME:                   Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 3:30p.m.
                   Adult .................................................. Act. # 252669             ELIGIBILITY: Ages 6 – 14 years
   Session VII – October 5th, Dix Hills Ice Rink                                                      FEE:                    $325 per week w/Recreation ID card
                    Mommy & Me .................................. Act. #252670                                                $365 per week w/o Recreation ID card
                    Sam 1................................................... Act. #252671             REGISTRATION: on-going, online, and at Dix Hills Ice Rink
                    Sam 2 .................................................. Act. #252672
                    Basic 1 ................................................. Act. #252673
                                                                                                                         25th             4th)
                                                                                                   SUMMER SCHEDULE (JUNE 25th – SEPTEMBER 4th)
                    Basic 2 ................................................. Act. #252674
                                                                                                     Sunday       Monday        Tuesday       Wednesday     Thursday        Friday       Saturday
                    Basic 3-4 ............................................. Act. #252675
                    Basic 5-7 ............................................. Act. #252676           10:30 a.m. –
                                                                                                    12:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                  1:30 p.m. –
                                                                                                                   3:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                1:30 p.m. –
                                                                                                                                 3:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                              1:30 p.m. –
                                                                                                                                              3:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                            1:30 p.m. –
                                                                                                                                                             3:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                          1:30 p.m. –
                                                                                                                                                                           3:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                        10:30 a.m. –
                                                                                                                                                                                         12:30 p.m.
                    Hockey 1 ........................................... Act. #252677                                                                       3:45 p.m. –   3:45 p.m. –
                    Hockey 2 ........................................... Act. #252678                                                                        5:45 p.m.     5:45 p.m.
                                                                                                                                              Adult Only                  8:15 p.m. –
                    Adult .................................................... Act. #252679                                                    9 p.m. –                   10:15 p.m.
                                                                                                                                               10 p.m.
ICE RINk ICE SkATING CAMP
  The ice skating program is designed for all skating levels. A full
                                                                                                   FALL/SPRING PUBLIC SESSIONS
  day program with on-ice and off–ice training for all skaters as
                                                                                                     Sunday        Monday        Tuesday      Wednesday     Thursday        Friday       Saturday
  well as time in the Dix Hills Pool for everyone.                                                  11:30 a.m.      10 a.m.       10 a.m.       10 a.m.       10 a.m.       10 a.m.      11:30 a.m.
   DATES:                                                                                           – 1:30 p.m.     – noon        – noon        – noon        – noon        – noon       – 1:30 p.m.
   Session I         June 27 – July 1..........................Act. #222601-01                      1:45 p.m. –
                                                                                                     3:45 p.m.
                                                                                                                  12:15 p.m.
                                                                                                                  – 2:15 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                          12:15 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                          – 2:15 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                         1:45 p.m.–
                                                                                                                                                                                          3:45 p.m.
   Session II        July 5 – July 8 (no program July 4)..... Act. #222601-02                                                                               3:45 p.m. –   3:45 p.m. –
   Session III       July 11 – July 15 .........................Act. #222601-03                                                                              5:45 p.m.     5:45 p.m.
                                                                                                                                              Adult Only                   DJ Nite
   Session IV        July 18 – July 22 .........................Act. #222601-04                                                                9 p.m. –                   8:15 p.m. –
   Session V         July 25 – July 29 .........................Act. #222601-05                                                                10 p.m.                    10:15p.m.

   Session VI        August 1 – August 5.................Act. #222601-06
                                                                                                   PUBLIC SESSION FEES:
   Session VII       August 8 – August 12 .............. Act. #222601-07
                                                                                                                                                                  Weekdays / Weekends
   Session VIII      August 15 – August 19............ Act. #222601-08
                                                                                                    Child with Rec ID card                                             $6.00
    TIME:             Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.                                        Adult with Rec ID card                                                  $7.50
    ELIGIBILITY: Ages 6 – 14 years                                                                  Sr. Citizen with Rec ID card                                            $5.00
                                                                                                    Sr. Citizen w/o Rec ID card                                             $9.00
    FEE:              $275 per week w/Recreation ID card                                            Teen (13-17) with Rec ID card                                           $7.00
                      $325 per week w/o Recreation ID card                                          Teen (13-17) w/o Rec ID card                                            $9.00
    REGISTRATION: on-going, online, and at Dix Hills Ice Rink                                       Child w/o Rec ID card                                                   $9.00
ICE RINk HOCkEY CAMP:                                                                               Adult w/o Rec ID card                                                 $12.00
   The Hockey program is designed for all playing levels. A full                                    Skate Rentals                                                           $4.00
   day program that will work on the different skills of hockey                                     Lockers                                                                  $ .50
   while having fun. At the program everyone will also have                                         DJ Nite – Residents with Rec ID                                         $7.00
   time to swim in the Dix Hills Pool.                                                              DJ Nite – w/o Rec ID card                                             $11.00


TOWN HALL INFORMATION • 631-351-3000 • http://town.huntington.ny.us                                                                                   SUMMER/FALL 2011                           31
GOLF
HOURS OF OPERATION                                                                                        MOTORIZED GOLF CARTS AT CRAB MEADOW
  Starting and closing times are subject to change depending                                                The cost is $17 per riding golfer with a maximum of two carts
  on conditions.                                                                                            per foursome.
     Weekdays                                                                                             MOTORIZED GOLF CARTS AT DIX HILLS
                                                                                                            The cost is $17 per cart per two individuals. The single rider
     April....................................................................... 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.     rate is $10 per cart.
     May – August ..................................................... 6:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
     September .......................................................... 6:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.           RESERVATIONS
                                                                                                            ResidentGolfCardrequired
     October................................................................ 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.          Crab Meadow – www.crabmeadow.com ............... $4.00/golfer
     November – Closing .......................................8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.                        Dix Hills – 499-8005 ........................................................ $3.00/golfer
     Weekends (Note:Weekendratesapplytoholidays)                                                       12 years old and under must be accompanied by an adult.
     April....................................................................... 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.     13 years and above must purchase Recreation ID card for Dix
     May – August ..................................................... 6:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.               Hills or a golf card for Crab Meadow. A golf card may be used
     September .......................................................... 6:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.             at either course.
     October................................................................ 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.        GOLF CARD
     November – Closing .......................................8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.                        (Check, credit card, and money order ONLY)
                                                                                                            FEE:                     $30 for one year
     Twilight Time (Crab Meadow Only)                                                                                                $45 for two years
     April – October............................................................. after 3:00 p.m.           To purchase a Golf Card, residents must show two current
     November – Closing .................................................. after 1:00 p.m.                  forms of identification (showing address) to demonstrate
     Weekends at Crab Meadow are defined as Saturday and Sun-                                               Town residency. One must be a NYS Driver’s License or
     day except between Memorial Day and Labor Day when they                                                Non-Driver ID, the other must be one of the following: tax
     are defined as Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.                                                           bill, utility bill, library card (w/address), car registration, school
                                                                                                            ID. RENEWALS REQUIRE THE SAME PROOFS OF RESIDENCY
     Weekdays at Crab Meadow are defined as Monday, Tues-                                                   AS NEW PASSES. IF AVAILABLE, BRING IN OLD GOLF CARD.
     day, Wednesday, and Thursday between Memorial Day and                                                  Recreation ID and Golf cards may be obtained from the
     Labor Day.                                                                                             Department of Parks and Recreation, Town Hall, Room 103
     Weekdays at Dix Hills are defined as Monday, Tuesday,                                                  (351-3089); the Dix Hills Ice Rink (462-5883); or Crab Meadow
     Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.                                                                       Golf Course Clubhouse. Office hours are noted on page 3.




                                                                        Golf ProGrams
                                                  Conducted by George A. Dixon, PGA Head Golf Professional,
                                                          and Vito Caslenova, Assistant Professional
         Dix Hills Park Junior Golf ProGram                                                                             CraB mEaDoW HiGH sCHool
                          THE BasiC ProGram                                                                             Golf DEVEloPmEnT ProGram
     For boys and girls, ages 6 – 14, who are generally new to the                                                                     oBJECTiVE:
     game and need training in all areas and fundamentals of the game                                     A unique golf experience for the intermediate high school golfer
     including how to swing all the different clubs. Safety, rules, and                                   who wishes to take the game to the next level.
     etiquette are also stressed. The atmosphere is fun, as students will                                                               lEssons:
     be challenged with various types of games and contests, as well
     as, introduction to the golf course.                                                                 Playing lessons with PGA Golf Professional George Dixon and
                                                                                                          his staff is a sure way to get your high school golfer ready for the
                           THE CluB DiVision                                                              upcoming season. The lessons will be a series of on-course rounds
     For those students who have gone through a basic program at least                                    at Crab Meadow Golf Course with the goals of developing the
     three times and are ready for organized play on the golf course.                                     following in the player: golf course management, club selection
     Advanced levels of instruction, rules, and etiquette, along with                                     under varying conditions, reading greens, greenside and fairway
     safety and sportsmanship is the focus of this program as students                                    bunker play, all aspects of the short game, and, most importantly,
     play various types of golf formats on the golf course.                                               head to head competitions like they experience in high school
     DaTEs:                                                                                               golf matches.
     Session I: Basic     Tuesdays, July 12, 19, 26, August 2, 9, 16
     Session II: Basic Wednesdays, July 13, 20, 27, August 3, 10, 17                                      The program is open to girls and boys who are currently playing
     Session III: Basic Thursdays, July 14, 21, 28, August 4, 11, 18                                      on a school team, or those who are interested in trying out for
     Session IV: Club Thursdays, July 14, 21, 28, August 4, 11, 18                                        a school team. The lessons are an excellent mentoring program
     Makeups can be prearranged to accommodate family vacations.                                          aimed at developing the necessary skills that the young golfer
                                                                                                          will need to compete in Junior Golf at the high school level and
     TimEs:               9:30 a.m. – 12 noon                                                             beyond. This program is designed for students who currently can
     CosT:                $325 Basic Program                                                              play nine holes on the golf course unsupervised.
                          $350 Club Division                                                              DaTEs:                 Thursdays, July 14, 21, 28, August 4, 11, 18
                          includes the cost of green fees
                                                                                                          TimEs:                  2:00 – 5:00 p.m.
     rEGisTraTion: Juniors will be accepted on a first-come,
     first-serve basis to ensure manageable teacher/pupil ratio                                           CosT:                  $375 includes green fees
     (approx. 8 to 1). Early registration guarantees a spot, as classes are                                                      (Limited to 24 students)
     limited. Registration will begin April 1 at the Dix Hills Park Golf                                  rEGisTraTion: Begins April 1 at the Dix Hills Park Golf Course
     Course or by calling 631-499-8005.                                                                   or by calling 631-499-8005.
             Please call about our Back-to-School Golf Program
                           that begins in September

32             SUMMER/FALL 2011                                                                 TOWN OF HUNTINGTON DEPARTMENT OF PARKS & RECREATION • 631-351-3089
                                                                                                                                                               GOLF
CRAB MEADOW
   18 hole, par 72, 6500 yards
   Course ratings: Men’ s – 71.6…69.5
                      Women’s – 71.1
   Pro Shop ..........................................................................631-757-8800
   Reservation System ................................. www.crabmeadow.com
   “The View” Restaurant ................................................631-757-1300
   The course features a clubhouse with a restaurant and bar,
   locker room (lockers can be rented on a seasonal or daily ba-
   sis), driving range, putting green, electric and pull carts for
   rent and a large parking area. Full staff of PGA Pros offering
   lessons for all skill levels and ages.
                                                                                                     Supervisor Frank P. Petrone inspects one of the golf carts at Crab
                                                                                                     Meadow Golf Course in Northport. The cart is designed with “green”
    CRAB MEADOW GREEN FEES:                           Weekday         Weekend        Twilight        technology that utilizes less energy while recharging and when in use
                                                                                                     during operation.
 Resident w/Golf Card                                      $27            $29            $21
 Sr./Disabled w/Golf Card†                                 $19            $29            $14                  GOLF LEAGUES AT DIX HILLS PARk
 Non-cardholder                                            $44            $49            $27                                Registration starts March 15
                                                                                                       Dix Hills Park Junior Golf Program & the Crab Meadow High School
 Disabled front nine w/golf card                           $10            $16                                 Golf Development Program Registration starts April 1
 Junior/Teen w/Golf Card*†                                                                                For more information including fee, dates and times, call the
                                                           $27            $29            $21
 (*after 3 p.m. T, W, Th fee is $11)                                                                                Dix Hills Park Golf Course • 631-499-8005
 Back Nine Early Morning Special:
 first 1½ hours of operation                               $20            $25                               Private Golf Instruction • Driving Ranges
 includes golf cart
                                                                                                                Full Service Discount – Pro Shops
†No Senior or Junior rates on weekends
                                                                                                                        PGA PRO ON SITE
DIX HILLS                                                                                                       Crab Meadow Golf Course – 631-757-8800
                                                                                                                Dix Hills Park Golf Course – 631-499-8005
   The golf course is located on Vanderbilt Parkway east of
   Deer Park Road, Dix Hills. It is a 9-hole golf course, Men’s
   par 31 – 1930 yards / Ladies' par 32 – 1882 yards. The complex
   features a Practice Range, Putting Green, and Pro Shop with
   electric and pull carts available.
   Pro Shop phone ............................................................631-499-8005

              DIX HILLS GREEN FEES:                                Weekday          Weekend

 Resident w/Recreation ID Card or Golf Card                             $15              $17

 Sr./Disabled w/Recreation ID Card or                                   $10              $17
 Golf Card

 Non-cardholder                                                         $19              $23

 Junior/Teen w/Recreation ID Card or                                      $9             $15
 Golf Card* (*after 12 noon M–F fee is $9)




TOWN HALL INFORMATION • 631-351-3000 • http://town.huntington.ny.us                                                                      SUMMER/FALL 2011              33
DEVELOPMENTAL DISABLITIES PROGRAMS
ADULT PROGRAM                                                           TIME:         10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
  The Department of Parks and Recreation offers a physical              ELIGIBILITY: 9 - 21 years of age.
  education program on Tuesdays, and a general recreation
  program on Saturdays. The Saturday program includes ac-               LOCATION: Maplewood School, School Lane,
  tivities such as arts and crafts, films, gym games, music, table                South Huntington
  games, group discussions, dancing, bowling, parties, and trips        FEE:          $80 w/Recreation ID card
  to sporting events, restaurants, and the theater.                                   $110 w/o Recreation ID card per program
  DATES/TIMES:
  Physical Ed: Tuesdays, October 4 – June 11, 2012                      REGISTRATION: Saturday, October 1 from 10:00 a.m. –
                 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.                                  12:30 p.m. at Maplewood School. If openings remain,
  Saturday Rec: Saturdays, October 1 – June 16, 2012                    registration will continue at the program site on Saturdays.
                 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.                                 New participants must be interviewed for appropriateness.
  LOCATION: Maplewood School, School Lane,                              Enrollment is limited. Call 351-3089 for more information.
                 South Huntington
  ELIGIBILITY: Developmentally disabled adults from age 19           SOCIAL PROGRAM WITHOUT WALLS
                 to adulthood
                                                                       The Social Program Without Walls is for independent adults
  FEE:           $80 w/Recreation ID card                              with developmental disabilities, age 21 and above, who
                 $110 w/o Recreation ID card                           are interested in making friends and socializing with peers.
  REGISTRATION: At the program site. New participants                  Participants will visit local restaurants, recreation establish-
  will be interviewed for appropriateness. Call 351-3089 for           ments, i.e. bowling alleys, movies, or go to concerts and local
  more information.                                                    sporting events, as well as, take trips via public transporta-
                                                                       tion to Nassau County and New York City. Members will be
      Recreation Specialists may be needed for the                     expected to assist in selecting and organizing activities.
               ADULT PROGRAM for the                                   Transportation is not provided.
            DEVELOPMENTALLY DISABLED.                                  DATES:        October 2011 - June 2012
                   Salary is $15.80/hr.                                              two weekend meetings per month, usually
         College students welcome. We will train.                                    Fridays evenings and Sundays
                 Call 631-351-3089                                      LOCATION: Various recreation establishments in the
                                                                                  Town of Huntington and beyond
YOUNG TEEN PROGRAM                                                      FEE:          $80 w/Recreation ID card
  General recreation program for developmentally disabled                             $110 w/o Recreation ID card
  and autistic young teenagers. The programs include activi-                          Plus admission fees to all recreation activities.
  ties such as arts and crafts, films, gym games, music, table          REGISTRATION: Contact Recreation Supervisor Jack Fass or
  games, bowling, parties, and trips to movies, restaurants, and        Program Coordinator Mike Solimando for screening at 631-
  the theater.                                                          351-3071.
  DATES:        Saturdays, October 8 – June 16, 2012




                       Calling all ghouls and goblins!!
                             SAVE THE DATE!
                                  for Councilman Mark Cuthbertson,
                                   Supervisor Frank P. Petrone and
                                      the Town of Huntington’s


            Children’s Halloween Costume Parade
                                         Monday, October 31, 2011

                                For more information, call 351-2877


34        SUMMER/FALL 2011                                   TOWN OF HUNTINGTON DEPARTMENT OF PARKS & RECREATION • 631-351-3089
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           PARkS AND RECREATION FACILITIES




                                                                                                                           Amphitheater/Bandshell




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Handball/Paddle Tennis




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Synthetic Athletic Field
                                                                                        kEY




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Little League Fields
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Jogging Track/Path
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Ice Rink (enclosed)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Rollerblading Area
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Comfort Station
                                                                                                                                                                                   Boat Launching
                                                                                        ♦	 Facilities Available




                                                                                                                                                    Baseball Fields




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Lacrosse Field
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Football Field
                                                                                        ∗




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Soccer Field
                                                                                          	 Lighted Facilities




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Playground
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Picnic Area




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Skate Park
                                                                                                                                                                      Basketball




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Volleyball
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Museum
                                                                                        Η	 Handicapped Accessible




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Softball
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Fishing




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Tennis
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Bocce




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Pool
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Golf
                                                                                      Arboretum Park (HHH)                                                            ♦                                                                                           ♦                                                                                                                          ♦ ♦Η                                                                       ♦                                     ♦
                                                                                      Breezy Park                                                                                                           ♦Η                          ∗                                                                                           ∗                                                                     ♦Η                                             ∗                         ∗
                                                                                      William J. Byrne Park (E. Npt.)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ♦                                                   ♦             ♦                                 ♦             ♦                                     ♦
                                                                                      Caledonia Park (HHH)                                                                                                   ♦                           ♦                                                                                           ♦                ♦                                     ♦Η ♦                                                          ♦             ♦                                     ♦
                                                                                      Caravan Park (Northport)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ♦                                                   ♦
                                                                                      Cedar Road Park (Commack)                                                       ♦                                      ♦                                                    ♦                                                                                   ♦                                                   ♦Η ♦                                                                                                ♦
                                                                                      Cold Spring Harbor Park (CSH)                                                                 ♦
                                                                                      Columbia Street Park (Hunt.)                                                    ♦                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ♦
                                                                                      Commack Park (Commack )                                                                                               ♦Η                                                                                                                                       ∗                                                    ♦                                                             ∗
                                                                                      Cow Harbor Park (Northport)                                                     ♦                                                       ♦                                                                                                                                                                           ♦
                                                                                      Depot Road Park (S. Hunt.)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      ♦                                                   ♦
                                                                                      Dix Hills Park (HHH)                                                            ♦                                     ♦Η                                           ♦                               ♦Η ♦                                                                                        ♦Η ♦                 ♦
                                                                                      Elwood Park (Elwood)                                                                                          ♦Η ♦Η                                                                                                                                                                                   ♦Η ♦Η                                                                       ♦                                     ♦
                                                                                      Terry Farrell Park (S. Hunt.)                                  ♦                ♦                             ♦ ♦Η                                                                                                                                              ♦                                                   ♦                                                                                                   ∗
                                                                                      Greenlawn Park (Harborfields)                                 ∗                                                       ♦Η                                                                                                                                       ∗                                                    ♦                                 ♦
                                                                                      Heckscher Park (Hunt.)               ∗Η                                                                               ♦Η                                                                                                  ♦                                                           ♦Η               ♦ ♦Η                                                                       ∗                                     ∗
                                                                                      William E. Kessler Park (HHH)                                                                                         ♦Η                                                                                                                                        ♦                                     ♦Η ♦                                                                        ♦
                                                                                      Koster Park (S. Hunt.)                                                          ♦                                                                                                                                                                               ♦                                                   ♦                                                             ♦
                                                                                      Little Plains Park (Harborfields)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ♦                                                                                                   ♦
                                                                                      Manor Field Park (Hunt.)                                                        ∗                                      ♦                          ∗                         ♦                                                                 ∗                                                                     ♦                                              ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗
                                                                                      Manor Plains Nature Park (Elwood)
                                                                                      Mill Dam Park (Hunt.)                                                                                         ♦ ♦Η                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ∗
                                                                                      Peter A. Nelson Park (S. Hunt.)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ∗                                                                                                    ♦             ∗
                                                                                      Otsego Park (HHH)                                             ∗ ∗                                                     ♦Η                                                                                                                                       ∗                                                    ♦             ♦                                 ♦             ∗                                     ∗
                                                                                      Sunshines Acres (Commack)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ♦
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                                                                                      Verleye Road Park (Elwood)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ♦Η                                                                                                  ♦
                                                                                      Veterans Park (E. Npt)                                                          ∗                                      ♦                                                  ∗                                               ♦                   ∗                 ♦                                                                                     ♦            ∗                         ∗                                   ∗
                                                                                      Al Walker Memorial Park (S. Hunt.)                                              ♦                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ♦
                                                                                      John J. Walsh Mem. Park (E. Npt.)                              ♦                                                      ♦Η                                                                                                                                        ♦                                                   ♦                                                                                                   ♦
                                                                                      Whitman Park (S. Hunt.)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ♦             ♦                                 ♦             ♦                                     ♦

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           SUFFOLk COUNTY PARkS WITHIN YOUR TOWN
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             WEST HILLS COUNTY PARK, Huntington, NY – Offers hiking,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             picnicking, youth group camping, bridle paths, playground,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             restrooms, horseback riding at Sweet Hills Stable, and a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             meeting place for non-profit organizations. Visit Jayne’s Hill,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Long Island’s highest peak.


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     PARK OFFICE: .................................................................631-854-4423
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     STABLE: ............................................................................631-351-9168
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     SUFFOLK COUNTY PARKS ADMINISTRATION: ...631-854-4949
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