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									             Hyde Park Recreation
         2011 Spring/Summer Brochure
                    Mailing Address: 4383 Albany Post Road,
                                Hyde Park, NY 12538
                         Phone- 229-8086 Fax– 229-6851
                          www.hydeparkny.us/recreation
              Online registration: http://activenet.active.com/hydepark

                                     Town Board
         Thomas J. Martino, Town Supervisor          Michael Athanas
         James W. Monks, Recreation Liaison              Susan Serino
         Michael S. Taylor, Jr.

                            Recreation Commission
         Jim Bishop, Chairperson                          Cheryl Wilson
         David Murray, Vice Chairperson                Michael Sweeting
         Brian Berg                                        Scott Marxer
         Susan Pretak



 New!: Skate Park Memberships –
 Pay one time fee for the season!
 Show your membership card at the
 gate for admission.
 New!: Summer Basketball Camp –
 see “Specialty Camps”

                                                On-Line Registration for all day camps
                                                 and swimming lessons is available for
                                                                   your
Community Organizations                             convenience 24 hours a day at :
AARP                                 471-0732
American Legion                      229-7256    http://activenet.active.com/hydepark
Beatrice Farand Garden Association   229-7655                 Office Hours:
Hyde Park Chamber of Commerce        229-8612       March-April 15 , 8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
DYC (DARE Youth Committee)           229-8086   April 18-August 12, 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Hudson Valley Railroad Society       297-0901             For more information
Knights of Columbus                  229-6111     on all recreation programs, events,
Hyde Park Baptist Church Soccer      229-9150          and the “Hyde Park Trail “
Hyde Park Historical Society         229-2559              call us at 229-8086
Hyde Park Lacrosse                   233-0537   Kathleen Davis, Recreation Director,
Hyde Park Lions Club                 229-5561
                                                                   ext. 5
Hyde Park Rotary                     471-0886
Little League and Softball           797-1890     Diane Cullen, Recreation Leader,
Hyde Park Pop Warner Football        229-2919                      ext. 4
and Cheerleading                                  Deborah Lyvers, Registrar, ext. 3
Hyde Park Soccer League              229-0141                Office Location:
Hyde Park Trail                      229-8086             79 East Market Street
Moose Club                           229-7287                Hackett House
Visual Environment                   229-0024             Hackett Hill Park
                          2011 CALENDAR OF HYDE PARK ‘S ANNUAL & SPECIAL EVENTS

Annual Egg Hunt - Sat., Apr. 16, 1:00 & 1:30pm. Rain date, Sun., Apr.17, Hackett Hill Park,. Sponsored Hyde Park Recreation.
 Hyde Park Pride Month - Spring Clean-up on weekends in April. Call Bob Delarm to register at 229-7353.
Farmer’s Market— Town Hall, Rt. 9 and W. Market Str., June—October, 9:00 a.m.—2:00 p.m., Call 229-9111
2011 Hyde Park Healthy Trails Walkabout Kick-Off - Sat., April 16, 1:00 p.m.- “Salamander Walk” on the Roosevelt Farm
Lane Trail, 3.6 mi. Susanne Norris of NPS will co-lead a “show & tell” about the park’s science./education program of salamander
monitoring, complete with a demonstration of salamander monitoring boards along the way. Hike begins at Rt. 9 trailhead, just north
of the Hyde Park Steakhouse and Brewing Company. Parking available at trailhead and behind brewery. Parking at FDR National
Historic Site parking lot at Wallace Center (www.hydeparkny.us/recreation/trails) Begin to earn your Red Eft 2011 Walkabout patch.
Opening Day—Little League - Saturday, April 9 , 8:00—10:00 a.m. Cardinal Road Field. www. hydeparkll.org
Lincoln Ghost Night Train Night -Mon, April 25, 7 p.m., Hyde Park Train Station, W. Market Street. Annual event sponsored
by Hudson Valley Railroad Society. www.hydeparkstation.com
 Memorial Day Parade - Monday May 30, 10:00 a.m. Local organizations are welcome to join veterans marching. Starts at Roo-
sevelt Theater and ends at Town Hall where the American Legion will conduct the memorial service. Call Diane Cullen at 229-8086
ext. 4 for more information. Registration forms at Town website (www.hydeparkny.us). Sponsored by Hyde Park Recreation.
Music in the Parks - Wednesday, June 1st, - August 17th ,7:00 p.m. In August concerts begin at 6:30 p.m. (see schedule on back
of brochure). Taconic Regional Office Building on Old Post Road in Staatsburg will be a new rain location.
National Trails Day - Sat., June 4 - End-to-End Hike—Park at Vanderbilt and take the NPS shuttle to Top Cottage at 9:00—9:30
a.m.. Hike the return route. Details to follow. Sponsored by the Hyde Park Trail Committee. www.hydeparkny.us/Recreation/Trails
Staatsburg Spirit Day -Sat., June 13,- Parade begins at 11:00 a.m., Dinsmore Park. Art show, games, crafts, food.
FDR Royal Hot Dog Picnic - Sat., June 11, Noon. Free. Hyde Park Train Station
Hyde Park Independence Day Parade - Sat., July 4, 10:00 a.m. - Theme: “Small Businesses—Standing Tall” Parade starts at
the Roosevelt Theater and concludes in back of Regina Coeli School where awards will be given out immediately following the pa-
rade. Call Diane Cullen for more information @ 229-8086 ext. 4. Registration forms on Town’s website. www.hydeparkny.us.
Senior Citizens Picnic - Wed., July 22, 11:30 a.m.—1:30 p.m. This year the picnic will be held at Cady Fields, behind Pleasant Val-
ley Town Hall on Route 44.Call for reservations after May 1st.A free chicken barbecue sponsored by the DC Aging, Elks and Lions
Clubs. To register at 486– 2555.
Antique Car Show - Sat., July 24, 9;00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. at Town Hall. Enjoy the exhibition of cars with music, food and craft ven-
dors. Sponsored by the Hyde Park Chamber of Commerce. 229-5947.
Park Baptist Church “Run for Life”– Sat, Aug. 6, Registration at 8 a.m., Race starts at 9 a.m. www.hpbcny.com, 229-9150
Horseshoe Tournament by Hyde Park Rotary Sun., August 14, at Hackett Hill Park . Contact Bill Reilly@849-2452
Paul Tegtmeier Memorial Ceremony - Sept. 11 at Hackett Hill Park. www.hydeparkny.us . For more info call 229-8086.
Fall Festival - Sat. October 1st - Hyde Park Community Celebration in cooperation with The Chamber of Commerce. Farmer’s
Market 9:00 am - 2:00 pm. at Town Hall. Hackett Hill Park 1 pm - 6:00 p.m. Rides, food and craft vendors, games, nature hike, and
prizes and entertainment. More townwide events to follow– check our website or Chamber of Commerce’s website.
Halloween Haunted Hayrides Fri.& Sat. 7-10 p.m. beginning Oct. 14th at Hackett Hill. Sponsored by Dare Youth Committee.
Call 229-8086, ext. 4 www. Hydeparkny.us/recreation
Halloween Costume Contest– Sat., Oct. 30th, 2:00 p.m. at Hackett Hill Park, Cider & doughnut (Prizes by American Legion)
Tree Lighting - Sun. Dec. 4th, 4:45 PM at Town Hall, Co-sponsor PBA. Join in caroling and see Santa!
                YEARROUND PROGRAMS
                                                                                            RECREATION OFFICE HOURS
SENIORS
HYDE PARK SENIORS ACTIVITIES CLUB—Meets                                      Office Hours: March 9– April 15, 8:00 a.m.– 2:30 p.m. April 18 - Aug 12:
 on Mondays (excluding holidays) from 10AM—2PM at Knights of                 8:00AM - 4PM .Please call our office ahead of time for an appointment be-
Columbus, Rte. 9G. Enjoy card games, mahjong and special lunch-              fore April 18.
eons with your peers. Age 55 and up. For more information call the                        RECREATION MEMBERSHIPS
Recreation Office at 229-8086. During the winter, in case of school
delays or closings, the Center is closed. Check calendar:                    Membership privileges include entrance to Hackett Hill Pool throughout
www.hydeparkny.us/Recreation                                                 the season and special rates for camps, class and trips. Two forms of I.D. are
SENIORCISE CLASSES—Easy exercises and stretching to music.                   required to verify residency. Each member is issued a card. Membership cards
Sept-June- Mondays at 9:00AM – at Senior Center, Knights of                  must be shown at the entrance to the pool and skate park. The year runs from
Columbus Building on Route 9G.                                               4/1/11—3/ 31/12. 2011 Registration Form”
Year-Round- Wednesdays at 9:00AM - Town Hall
For more information call Diane Cullen at 229-8086 ext 4. FREE.                                   Membership Rates for 2011
Sponsored by Hyde Park Recreation.                                           Youth (4-18)           $60.00        Adult                     $80.00
                                                                             Senior (age 62+)        $30.00       Family (up to 6)          $210.00
 SENIOR LUNCH SITE - Evangelical Lutheran Church in the                      Single parent w/ up to 3 children $125.00
City of Poughkeepsie on Mill & Catherine Street - Call 486-2804 to
arrange for transportation & lunch. Coordinator: L. Manning. Spon-
                                                                                  NEW!! Skate Park Membership—Use the skate park during super-
sored by D.C. Office for the Aging.                                              vised hours of operation by showing your Skate Park Membership Card.
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ADULTS                                                                           Purchase your card at the Recreation Office. Cost: Resident: $20.00
                                                                                 Non-Resident $30.00
AQUA-AEROBICS– June 28 - August 11 ,Tues., & Thurs., 7:00
p.m. Cost: $70./M, $80./R, $90./NR—Hackett Hill Park Pool.

                                                                             PUBLIC SWIMMING AT HACKETT HILL POOL
  Chair Yoga - Mondays, 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. *                                   Pre Season Hours
  20-20-20 Fitness Class—Tuesdays, 6:30 p.m.—7:30 p.m. *                     Weekends—6/4– 6/26 12 PM- 6PM
  *These two programs are held at the Hackett Hill Program Building,
  Leigh A. Toth, A.S. ESW, ACSM , Instructor Call:452-1007                   Full Season Hours
                                                                             Weekdays—6/ 27 - 8/12, 4PM– 7 PM
                                                                             Weekends —6/25 - 8/28 12PM - 6PM
TWEENS AND TEENS                                                             DAILY POOL PASS:
DYC - (D.A.R.E. YOUTH COMMITTEE) - A volunteer youth &                       Youth Resident : $4.00
advisory group that is supervised by parents. Open to all DARE               Adult Resident : $7.00
graduates who would like to stay active and volunteer. Plan activi-          Youth Non-Resident : $8.00
ties, participate in community events . 229-8086, ext. 4                     Adult Non-Resident : $10.00
TEEN CENTER– This program is run during the school year from                 Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
October—April. Usually, the Teen Center runs the first Friday of each
month at the Haviland Middle School. Pre-registration is the Wednesday
prior to the Friday at HMS during lunch. Teen’s parents are needed to vol-
unteer for supervision. Please call Diane Cullen, 229-8086 ext. 4.
                    2011 Summer Camp                                                                           2011Camp Medical Records
                                                                                            All Campers must have a 2011 “Health Information Sheet & Waiver “ on file
All camps are inspected and regulated by The Dutchess County Board of Health.              with registration form. These medical forms are available on our Town’s web-
Staff are well-qualified, certified in CPR & first aid as required by law. We are          site (www.hydeparkny.us/recreation/summer camp). Any camper who attended a
dedicated to provide the highest care to our campers.                                      Town of Hyde Park day camp in 2010 does not need to submit a new
                                                                                           “Immunization Record” unless the Camper has had updated immunizations
Lewis Gordon Norrie Scholarships—If you are a Staatsburg resident ,of                      within the year. If your child requires medication, you must have your Doctor
Ward 1, Districts 1 & 6, you may apply for limited reimbursement of camp                   complete a special signed “Medical Release Form “required and submit with
fees. Application to Barbara Wansor ( 889– 8138) by June 1; reservation will be            registration from.
held for 30 days.
                                                                                                                   2011 Registration Info
                         “Adventure Day Camp”                                              Registrations are accepted by the mail, in person and on-line. (see below)
Located at Hackett Hill Park, camp runs for seven weeks from 9:00AM to                     Please note: There is a $10. fee for changing your registration.
4:00PM, Monday through Friday, rain or shine. Extended care hours begin at                 Register by mail: Hyde Park Recreation Dept,. 4383 Albany Post Road,
7:30AM and end at 6:00PM. Children must have completed kindergarten by                     Hyde Park, NY 12538
June 2010 and be no older than 13. This camp provides an opportunity to par-               Register in person: Hackett Hill Park, 79 East Market Street.
ticipate in many activities, socialize with peers, and enjoy the long days of sum-         On-line registration: http://activenet.active.com/hydepark
mer in a fun and safe environment. Activities include swimming lessons, arts &
                                                                                           Here’s how to register on line!
crafts, nature studies, drama, field sports, games, archery, and special events.
                                                                                            1.) “Create an Account number “ - In order to register for day camp or obtain
Ask for information on Week 1 scholarships. “2011 Registration Form”
                                                                                           a membership, you must FIRST create an account and have an account number.
Dates                               Weekly Theme                                            2). “Purchase a membership” - Only if you are a resident of Hyde Park can
Week 1- (June 27 - July 1)          Race Across America                                    you become a member . This gives you a special rate.
Week 2- (*July 5-8)                 Knights and Princesses( no camp on Mon., 7/4)           3). “Register”- After you have created an account ,and membership. you can
Week 3- (July 11 -15)               Adventure Down Under                                   then register each session of camp or session of swim lessons.
                                                                                           4). “Check out”—After you have registered, you can finish the registration
Week 4- (July 18- 22)               In the Spotlight
                                                                                           process by using your credit card. A deposit of $25. will hold your registration
Week 5- (July 25-29)                Monster Madness                                        until two weeks before the start of camp. Your balance must be paid off two
Week 6- (August 1 - 5)               Shipwrecked at Sea                                    weeks before the start of each session.
Week 7 - (August 8-12)              Hackett Three Ring Circus                              Early Bird Discount for “Adventure Day Camp”—Residents only can take
                                                                                           advantage of our “Early Bird” Registration from April 1-15, 2010 for Adventure
Rates Per Week:
                                                                                           Day Camp . This does not apply to Memberships, Specialty Camps or swimming
Member           Resident         Non-Resident                                             programs. In order to receive the 10% discount, full payment is required at
$105.            $135.            $145.                                                    this time. Please note: If you want to change weeks after April 15, the discount
Extended Child Care Hours—Childcare services are provided at Hackett                       will not apply and you will be charged the difference.
Hill. Please pre-register your child the week prior to the camp session. Staffing          Payment Policy: All programs require pre-registration. All programs have lim-
is arranged based on reservations . Sign up by the week, only.                             ited availability. A non-refundable deposit of $ 25. per child per week is required
HOURS: AM Care: 7:30 AM- 9AM                PM Care: 4PM - 6PM                             upon registration. In order to secure your registration, you must pay the balance
COSTS: AM Care: $30 /M, $35/R, $45/NR PM Care: $35/M, $40/R, 50/NR                         due 2 weeks before the start of each session. If full payment has not been re-
*A late fee for pick-ups after 6PM will be charged to the guardian/parent at the rate of
                                                                                           ceived by 2 weeks before the start of the session, we have the right to void your
$5.00 for every 15 minutes.                                                                registration. Refunds - Refunds are issued only in the case of an extended illness
                        Summer Intern Program                                              and a doctor’s note. Cancellations - We retain the right to cancel a program due
Ages 14 –15 a free “Counselor in Training” program funded in part through the              to low enrollment. Refunds will be granted in this case.
NYS OCFS and D.C. Division of Youth Services. A three week program de-                     Returned check fee– Our Town is charged a $20. bank fee which will be
signed for young teens to foster leadership skills, and volunteerism. Applicant            passed on to customer. The funds need to be satisfied by certified check, money
must submit Intern Application. Go to www.hydeparkny.us/recreation/summer                  order or cash.
camp/intern program for Intern Application. “Intern Registration Form”
Liability - We do not carry medical insurance for participants. All participants
must complete and sign health/waiver forms releasing the Town from claims of       Week of July 25-29 “Basketball Camp”
personal or property damage.                                                       Learn the fundamentals rules of basketball. Learn basic ball handling
                                                                                   skills (dribbling, passing, shooting, defense) through practice, scrim-
2011 Specialty Camps                                                               mages(1 on 1, 2 on 2, 3on 3, ) fun games, like p-i-g, free throw contests,
Week of July 5 - 8 “Travel 1” (no camp Mon, 7/4)                                   jump rope contests. End the day with a swim in the pool Registration
Ages 10 –14 Get outside and enjoy some new and some favorite adven-                fees include a t-shirt.
tures! Hike Ashokan Reservoir in the Catskills, visit the water park Zoom          Ages 8 - 14, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM. Drop off at Pinewoods Park. Pick-up
Flume in East Durham, explore an old bluestone quarry that is now a                at Hackett.
sculpture park at Opus 40 and Quarryman’s Museum in Saugerties, play               Members         Residents    Non-Residents
mini-golf, use the driving range and batting cages at the East Fishkill Golf       $100.            $110.         $120.
Center . Bring backpack, swimsuit & towel, bagged lunch, beverages, hat            Week of August 1 - 5 “THEATER ARTS CAMP”
and sunscreen. Hiking shoes or sneakers required for this camp. Hours:             Students (grades 2-8) will be introduced to classes in drama, costume de-
9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. Drop off and pick up at Hackett Hill Park.                    sign, set design and music. The experience culminates with a final pro-
Member Resident            Non-Resident                                            duction on Friday. All supplies are included. 8:30 AM—3:30 PM.
$175.       $185.           $205.                                                   Drop off & pick up at Hyde Park Elementary School, Rt. 9.
                                                                                   Members Residents            Non-Residents
Week of July 11 - July 15 “Tennis Camp”                                            $120.           $130.          $145.
Learn to play like the pros! The camp will cover instruction in all aspects
of tennis: fore hand, back hand, serving, volleying, rules as well as time to               Supervised Skate Park Hours at
play with players your own and age and skill level. Games and prizes.                               Pinewoods Park
Ages 8 - 15 years. Bring tennis racket, bag lunch and drink, hat, sun-             Days & Hours of operation are:
screen, swim suit and towel. Campers go for a swim at end of day.                    Spring/Summer Hours:
Drop off at Pinewoods Park Tennis Courts. Pick up at Hackett Hill.                 ⇒     May 1– August 30 , Mon-Fri, Sat, 3:00-6:00 p.m.
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM.                                                                   Fall Hours:
Member          Resident       Non-Resident                                        ⇒    Sept. 1-Oct 29, Tues, Thurs & Sat. , 3:00 - 6:00 p.m.
$110.           $125.          $140.                                                “2011 Skatepark Registration Waiver Forms” must be on file.
                                                                                   These are available at the Recreation Office. Helmets are required.
Week of July 18 - July 22                                                          In case of inclement weather, the Skate park will not be opened.
                                                                                   Skate park is closed when there is no attendant. The Town reserves
“Travel 2 ’’ “Explorer”                                                            the right to close this facility at their discretion. Trespassers will be
Ages 10—14 - Hike the “Gunks” at Mohonk Preserve & Discovery Area.,                prosecuted to the full extent of the law per HPPD.
cool off at the waterpark Zoom Flume, Dennings Point State Park & Rivers           * NEW!! “2011 Skate park Memberships”
& Estuary Center, Beacon, swimming fun at Ulster County Pool, hike the              Pay this one time annual fee and show your card at gate without
historic “Walkway Over the Hudson”. Must be a deep water swimmer.                  having to pay the daily fee. Cost: $20./Resident, $30./Non-resident
Drop-off and pick up at Hackett Hill Park at 9:00 am. Bring backpack,
                                                                                   “2011 Registration Form”
swimsuit & towel, bagged lunch, beverages, hat and sunscreen. Hiking
shoes or sneakers required for this camp. Hours: 9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.              Daily Fee to Use the Skate Park:
Drop off and pick up at Hackett Hill Park.                                         Member, Resident, Non-Resident
Member Resident Non-Resident                                                        *Free $2.00       $3.00
$175.         $185.        $205.
                                                                                               2011 Swimming Lessons from American Red
                                                                                               Cross
    Parent and Child Aquatics - Ages 6 mo - 3 yrs.                                             Ages 5 -13 ( must have completed Kindergarten). “Learn to Swim” method. Learn
   Builds basic water safety skills for both parents and children, helping infants and young   to Swim teaches aquatic and safety skills. Class enrollment minimum 5,
   children ages 6 months to 3 years become comfortable in the water . Hackett Hill Pool.      maximum 10. Each session runs for two weeks.
   Session 1: Sat., June 25 - July 16, 11:00 AM, Level 1—Introduces basic skills to par-
                                                                                               Fees/Session: $50./ Member, $55./Resident, $60./Non-Resident
   ents and children, including safety topics. No lesson on 7/5
   Session 2: July 23 - Aug.13, 11:00 AM, Level 2—Builds on the skills introduced in
                                                                                               Testing Days First Monday of Each session - 9: 00—11:45 am - Your child may
   Level 1, with participants improving theses skills and learning more advanced skills.       be tested the first day to ensure he/she is in the appropriate level. Testing Day are:
   $25./M, $30./R, $35./NR                                                                     Mondays, 6/28,7/11,7/25) “2011 Swim Lesson Registration Form”
   Preschool Aquatics—Ages 4- 5                                                                Session 1: June 28-July 8, Session 2: July 11—July 22,
   Session 1— Sat., June 25— July 16, 10:30 am—11:00am.( No lesson 7/5)                        Session 3: July 25-Aug. 5
   Session 2 - Sat. , July 23—Aug. 13, 10:30 am—11:00 am.                                      Length of classes: Levels 1-4 run for 30 minutes.
   NEW!!! Swim Clinic - Ages 6- 16. - This Swim Clinic is for children who can                 NEW! Levels 5-6 run for 40 minutes.
   swim 5 yards on their own. This is not a Learn to Swim program. Children work on                 Class Level Times:                             Description of Levels
   their stroke technique, including starts and turns. Cost: $40.                              9 – 9:40 - Levels 2, 3, 5                           Level 1- Intro to water
   Session runs from Sat., June 25-August 13from 9:15 a.m. - 10:15 a.m.                        9:50- 10:20 - Levels 1, 3, 4                        Level 2- Fundamental skills
   Aqua-Aerobics– Enjoy aerobic workout while staying cool! Hackett Hill, ,Tues.&              10:30 - 11: 00 - Levels 2, 3,4                      Level 3- Stroke Development
   Thurs., 7: 00p.m. 6/28—8/11. Cost: $70./Member, $80. Resident, $90./ Non-Residents          11:10 - 11:50 - Levels 1, 5, 6                      Level 4- Stroke Improvement

Hyde Park’s Parks                                                                              Every year more
Hackett Hill Park - 79 East Market Street between Rte. 9 & 9G.The facilities include           than 44,000 people
swimming pool, pavilion, grill, hiking, fishing and group camping, sports fields, and pro-     visit our trails, and
gram building. New horseshoe pits have been built by the Hyde Park Rotary.                     over 200 earn
Hyde Park Trail kiosk trailhead and blazed hiking trails.
Pinewoods Park- Pinewoods Road— Supervised skate park, playground, 2 tennis courts,
                                                                                               Healthy Trails Walk-
2 basketball courts, ball field, rest rooms, fishing, and Nature Trail around the property.    about patches by walking at least 5 trails. Last year we released a series of au-
Hyde Park Trail kiosk trailhead.                                                               dio podcasts for six of our trails, a kind of “ranger in your ear”. (www.nps.gov/
Dinsmore Park - Old Post Road, Staatsburg—Ball fields, gazebo, 2 playgrounds, grill,           Home of Franklin Roosevelt/photos & multi-media). The podcasts bring the
picnicking and basketball.                                                                     stories behind of the trails to life!
Riverfront Park-River Rd. off W. Market Street adjacent to Historic Hyde Park Train
Station. Playgrounds, pavilion, grill, picnicking. Hyde Park Trail kiosk trailhead and hik-
                                                                                                  We are a designated “Hudson River Greenway Trail” and a “National
ing trail.*                                                                                    Recreation Trail” in the National Trails System. The Trails are managed in
Beck Park - E. Dorsey Lane & Beck Rd.– Playground, basketball court and multi-                 partnership by The Town of Hyde Park, the National Park Service, Scenic
purpose field.                                                                                 Hudson Land Trust, Inc., Winnakee Land Trust, Inc.
Greenfield Park-Cream Street - Playground, ball field, pond, fishing. New parking                VOLUNTEERS—We appreciate all tour volunteers!! We are looking for
area.
Doty Park- Doty Lane—Swing sets and picnicking.
                                                                                               community members who are interested in volunteering in many ways to
Greentree Park - Greentree Drive off Rt. 9G - Ball field, and picnicking.                      maintain the Trail system. There is always plenty to do !!

FACILITY RESERVATIONS-To reserve a pavilion or park facility, please contact                     April 16 - ”2011 Walkabout Kick-off - “Salamander Hike”, Roo-
Recreation Office at 229-8086. “Facility Use Application “ is available online at                sevelt Farm Lane, 1:00 p.m. Parking sites Scenic Hudson’s
www.hydeparkny.us/Recreation/Facility Use
                                                                                                 Drive-In and Brewery.
Complete application and submit two checks, 1) Security deposit, 2). Usage fee.
If you have any questions regarding our parks, please contact the Park Office at 229-8086         Begin to earn your 2011 patch that features the “red eft”!
or 229-6730.
Hyde Park Recreation Dept.
                                                                                                PRSRT STD
4383 Albany Post Road
                                                                                                 ECRWSS
Hyde Park, N.Y. 12538
(845)229-8086, ext. 5                                                                           U.S. POST-
www.hydeparkny.us                                                                                 PAID

                                                                                               AM DIRECT
                                    POSTAL CUSTOMER
                                    HYDE PARK, N.Y. 12538




                                  Music In The Parks
                                 Free Lawn Concerts—2011
                        For information or Rain Location Telephone: (845) 229-8086

                                         Wednesdays, at 7:00 p.m.

    June 1                       Hyde Park Schools                Mills
    June 8                       The Bill’s Toupee Band           Vanderbilt
    June 15                      The Strawberry Hill Fiddlers     Mills
    June 22                      The Big Band Sound               Vanderbilt
    June 29                      The Chain Gang                   Mills
    July 6                       No Concert
    July 13                      The James Osborn Orchestra       Vanderbilt
    July 20                      Rosemary Rye                     Mills
    July 27                      Four Guys in Disguise            Vanderbilt


                      August concerts begin at 6:30 p.m

    Aug.3                        Tracy De Lucia Band               Mills

    Aug.10                       USMA Concert Band                 Vanderbilt
    Aug.17                       The Bearcats Jazz Band            Mills



                                     Sponsored by these Hyde Park organizations:
              National Parks Service, Hyde Park Lions Club, Town of Hyde Park, New York State Of-
              fice of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, AARP, Hyde Park Rotary, Hyde Park
              Knights of Columbus, Hyde Park Chamber of Commerce, Radio Station Mix 97.7
               and The Wolf 94.3and 97.3.
                               
 
  
 
 
 
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   0 .       
     14&'  5042
   & .       
     15&6  7062
   0      8   14&5  572
   &      8   1500  5&&2
   6      8   15&'  70&2
           )
    # 14&7 7002
           9 
      
 14&'56/2
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