Summer Program 2016 - Town of Oyster Bay

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Summer Program 2016 - Town of Oyster Bay
Town of Oyster Bay
Town Supervisor
JOHN VENDITTO
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Your Guide to Summer Fun
SUMMER PROGRAM 2016
A Message from Town Supervisor
JOHN VENDITTO
Dear Neighbor,
Welcome to the Town of Oyster Bay’s 2016 Summer Program. Even at a brief glance you’ll find a wealth of
enjoyable cultural, sports and recreational activities we’re sure will guarantee you a fun and memorable summer.
The Department of Community and Youth Services has planned outstanding programs and events for our
residents of all ages to enjoy. From our children’s programs to summer events and field trips for seniors, there is
fun for everyone.
The Parks Department has done an excellent job preparing acres of park land and sandy beaches to
provide the ideal settings for a summer of non-stop outdoor enjoyment. There are so many opportunities for
recreational fun at our parks, ranging from swimming to year round activities such as ice skating at the Ice Skating
Center in Bethpage. In an effort to help residents get the most of their leisure time, the Recreation Division has
some terrific programs aimed at all ages and interests.
My fellow Town Board members and I take pride in the Town of Oyster Bay’s summer recreation and
cultural programs, which are among the finest on Long Island. The Town of Oyster Bay will continue our
long-standing track record of providing Town residents with the very best in recreational services. This year, make
the Town of Oyster Bay your “Staycation” Destination. Here’s to having a fun and healthy summer.
Sincerely,
Town Supervisor
JOHN VENDITTO
Town Board
Town Supervisor
JOHN VENDITTO
Councilman
JOSEPH G. PINTO
Councilman
Councilman
JOSEPH D. MUSCARELLA ANTHONY D. MACAGNONE
Councilwoman
REBECCA M. ALESIA
Councilman
CHRIS J. COSCHIGNANO
Councilwoman
Town Clerk
MICHELE M. JOHNSON
JAMES ALTADONNA JR.
MAUREEN A. FITZGERALD
Commissioner
Department of Community & Youth Services
FRANK A. NOCERINO
Commissioner
Department of Parks
Receiver of Taxes
JAMES J. STEFANICH
2016
Town of Oyster Bay
SUMMER PROGRAM
Table of Contents
Autism Awareness Walk 9
Beaches 2-3
Bluefish Tournament 5
Boating Facilities 5
Classic Car Cruise Nights 8
Cultural Arts Programs and Workshops 10
Dog Park 8
Golf Course, Driving Range & Clubhouse 6
Group Activities Program (GAP) 11
Hicksville Athletic Center 8
Ice Skating Center (open year round) 12-13
Junior Triathlon 9
Mini-Golf 3
Music Under the Stars 10
Parks Facilities & Amenities 17
Pools 4
Recreation Program for Children 16
Science Camp (Mad Science) 15
Senior Summer Programs 7
Senior Trips 7
Skate Park 8
Sports Camps (youth) 14
Spray Park at Tobay Beach 3
Swimming Lessons 4
Toddler’s Arts & Crafts 9
Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor’s 5k Run 9
Triathlon 9
Women’s 5k Run 9
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For more information on all Town programs and events, visit www.oysterbaytown.com.
Town of Oyster Bay
Beaches
• Centre Island Beach • Charles E. Ransom Beach, Stehli Beach (Bayville)
• Beekman Beach (passive park) • Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park & Beach (Oyster Bay)
• Tappen Beach (Glenwood Landing) • Philip B. Healey Beach at Florence Avenue
• Tobay Beach (Massapequa)
All beaches open June 25th to September 5th. Centre
Island, Philip B. Healey, Theodore Roosevelt Memorial
and Tobay Beaches are open weekends and holidays only
between May 28th and June 19th. Residents can purchase
seasonal parking stickers or pay a daily parking fee.
A seasonal sticker can be obtained at the beach upon
initial entry and is valid at all Town beach facilities.
Non-residents, admitted at select beaches, pay a daily parking
fee. Seniors 60 and older who have a Beach Identification
Card, available at the Town Clerk’s Office for a one-time
fee of $30, plus a $2 photo fee, receive a free beach pass.
Beach Admission
RESIDENTS
SEASONAL STICKER - cars & motorcycles.......................$60
May be obtained at toll booth of each location.
Proof of residency and vehicle registration must be shown.
DAILY ADMISSION (without sticker)...............................$20
NON-RESIDENTS (Daily Admission)
Mon. - Fri. (except holidays) - cars & motorcycles
(Centre Island, Charles E. Ransom, Tobay)........................$50
Sat., Sun. & Holidays - cars & motorcycles
(Centre Island and Charles E. Ransom only).....................$60
Fees at Tappen Beach for Non-Residents
SEASONAL STICKER - cars & motorcycles ....................$120
DAILY ADMISSION (without sticker) ...............................$40
Note: Fees for handicapped residents, volunteer fire department personnel, auxiliary police units, US Coast Guard Auxiliary and veterans
are discounted. For more information, please call the Parks Department, Beach Division, at 797-4111, or visit www.oysterbaytown.com.
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TOBAY Spray Park
The Tobay Spray Park has
become one of the most
popular summer attractions
in the Town of Oyster Bay.
Children of all ages and
abilities love playing in this
exciting world of sprayers,
water cannons and spray
circles. And for those who
choose to stay dry, the
adjacent playground with
suspension bridge offers just
as much fun. The spray park
will be open weekends and
TOBAY Beach
holidays only from May
28th through June 19th
and seven days a week
from June 25th through
September
5th
from
10am to 4pm (or longer
as daylight and weather
permit). Visitors must have
seasonal beach permit
sticker or pay the daily
entrance fee to access the
spray park and playground.
Come spend the day at Tobay Beach where a “day at
the beach” can be so much more! Along with sunning
and swimming in the ocean waves or calm bay,
Tobay also features a 9-hole miniature golf course, a
fun Spray Park and playgrounds. Take a walk along
the marina or just take some time to reflect at the
Town of Oyster Bay’s beautiful 9/11 Memorial.
Relax and dine waterfront at one of the two bayside
restaurants. If you just want a quick refreshment to
go, the marina and oceanside concession stands
will satisfy your every craving! With so much to
offer, there is something for everyone at Tobay!
TOBAY Mini-Golf
The Town’s 9-hole miniature golf course covers a
7,500 square foot area along the bayside of Tobay
Beach. This fun and challenging course with a nautical
theme is illuminated and fully ADA accessible.
It’s a terrific way for families to spend some time
participating in an activity that is fun for everyone!
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Community Park Pools
Town of Oyster Bay Community
Park Pools, located at Bethpage,
Marjorie R. Post (Massapequa),
Plainview-Old Bethpage and
Syosset-Woodbury Community
Parks, are open to Town residents
June 25th through September
5th. Memberships may be obtained at each location
beginning May 28th. A copy of your tax bill with section,
block and lot number is required. Birth certificate
required for children 16 years of age and under.
Swimming Lessons
The Town offers swimming lessons to pool members age 5 and older.
Administration fee is $50 per swimmer for the first session and $25 per
swimmer for each additional session. Upon becoming a member of the
pool, you may obtain an application to register for swimming lessons
at the facility. Completed application must be submitted by mail
only. Classes are 45 minutes long and are held weekday mornings,
on the hour, at 11 a.m. and noon. Each session lasts two weeks.
Swim Lesson Sessions:
Session 1: June 27th to July 8th
(Session 1 Postmark Deadline is June 20th)
Session 2: July 11th to July 22nd
(Session 2 Postmark Deadline is July 5th)
Daily Admission
Non-member TOB Resident (with I.D.)
Child (3 to 15 years old)...............................................$5
Adult (16 & older)..........................................................$7
Senior citizen (60 & older)...........................................$4
Handicapped Individual (with social security
medicare I.D. card)..........................................$4
Membership Fees
PARK DISTRICT RESIDENTS
Individual .......................................................................$100*
Family .............................................................................$200*
Senior citizen (individual) .............................................$50*
Senior citizen (married couple) ...................................$85*
Handicapped individual (with social security
medicare I.D. card) ..........................................$50*
* Plus $5 Photo ID and/or replacement pass photo fee (per pass)
NON-PARK DISTRICT RESIDENTS
RESIDING IN TOB
Individual........................................................................$125*
Family..............................................................................$235*
Senior citizen (individual)..............................................$60*
Senior citizen (married couple)..................................$100*
Handicapped individual (with social security
medicare I.D. card) ..........................................$60*
* Plus $5 Photo ID and/or replacement pass photo fee (per pass)
Session 3: July 25th to August 5th
GUEST POLICY
An Individual Community Park Pool MEMBER is allowed
up to 5 guests, and Family Memberships are allowed
up to 10 guests per day, per membership. All guests
must pay the appropriate daily fee based on his/her age.
(Session 3 Postmark Deadline is July 18th)
Session 4: August 8th to August 19th
(Session 4 Postmark Deadline is August 1st)
Tappen Pool
GROUPS
A “Group Access” Permit is required for use of TOB
pool facilities by large groups. Contact the TOB
Parks Department for an application at least three
weeks prior to your first planned visit to the pool.
Approval by the Parks Commissioner is required.
Rates do no include facility parking fees.
TOB
NonSeasonal
Membership Resident
Resident
Individual...........................................$90*............$180*
Family................................................$175*...........$350*
Senior citizen (individual)..............$40*.............$80*
Senior citizen (married couple)....$60*...........$120*
Handicapped Individual with
Soc. Security Medicare ID Card..$40*.............$80*
NANNY MEMBERSHIP ($125*)
“Nanny” must provide a written statement from an adult
Family Membership pass holder that he/she
provides day care for child member(s) of the
family, either in the pass holder’s or nanny’s home.
* Plus $5 Photo ID and/or replacement pass photo fee (per pass)
May be obtained at pool facility. Copy of tax bill
with section, block and lot number required.
TOB
NonDaily
Admission
Resident Resident
Child (3 to 15 years old)....................$6...............$12
Adult (16 & older)...............................$8...............$16
Senior citizen (60 & older)................$5...............$10
Handicapped individual (with social security
medicare I.D. card) .............$5...............$10
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Town of Oyster Bay
Boating Facilities
John J. Burns Town Park
Launching Ramp Fees
Joseph J. Saladino
Memorial Marina at Tobay
Facilities restricted to resident boat owners or lessee of
boats who submit proof of ownership and residency to
the Parks Department main office, located at Town Hall
South, 977 Hicksville Road, Massapequa, during normal
business hours. Boat basin is open 24 hours a day from
Saturday, May 14th, through Monday, September 26th,
and each Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday thereafter
through October 31st (except during the boat show).
RESIDENTS
Seasonal trailer sticker ................................................ $65
Daily without sticker ................................................... $20
(Seniors 60 and older who have and show a Senior Beach
Identification Card, available at Town Clerk’s Office for a
one-time fee of $30 plus $2 photo fee, receive seasonal
trailer sticker free at toll booth at each location).
Entrance Fees
NON-RESIDENTS
Seasonal trailer sticker ............................................. $150
Daily without sticker ....................................................$40
RESIDENTS - Seasonal Sticker
Fees vary from $40 to $65 depending on length of boat
RESIDENTS - Daily Without Sticker ........................ $30
NON-RESIDENTS - Basin Entrance Fee ....................$50
Monday through Thursday (excluding holidays)
Tappen/Theodore Roosevelt
Launching Ramp Fees
Daily Slip Rentals
RESIDENTS
Seasonal trailer sticker ............................................... $65
Daily without sticker .................................................. $20
(Seniors 60 and older who have and show a Senior Beach
Identification Card, available at Town Clerk’s Office for a
one-time fee of $30 plus $2 photo fee, receive seasonal
trailer sticker free at toll booth at each location).
RESIDENTS - Monday through Friday (excluding holidays).
Fees vary from $10 to $20 per day depending on length of boat
Saturday, Sunday and Holidays
Fees vary from $25 to $35 depending on length of boat
Senior Citizens (60 and older)
Monday through Friday (excluding holidays)
Fees vary from $5 to $10 depending on length of boat
NON-RESIDENTS (Roosevelt Only)
Daily car, truck & trailer .......................................... $100
NON-RESIDENTS - Monday through Thursday (excluding
holidays). Fees vary from $50 to $60 per day depending on
length of boat.
NON-RESIDENTS (Tappen Only)
Seasonal trailer .......................................................... $130
Daily trailer ................................................................... $40
Ramp fee collection May 28th through September 5th. Seasonal
trailer stickers and daily trailer fees required in addition to the
payment of beach parking fees when applicable.
31st Annual Bluefish Tournament
Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park,
September 18th
Fee is $30 per resident/$40 for non-residents. Includes
T-shirt, raffle ticket and tailgate party. For rules, registration
forms and more information, call the Recreation Division
at 797-4125 (prompt 1). Limited to first 350 boats.
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Honorable Joseph Colby
Town of Oyster Bay Golf Course
One Southwoods Road, Woodbury (516) 677-5980
Situated on 121 acres, the Town’s 18-hole, par 70, championship golf
course features narrow fairways, water holes, sand and grass bunkers, as
well as a putting green. A turn-of-the-century mansion offers restaurants
and a catering facility. Golf course members, who are also Tee-Time
Members, may call (516) 677-5961 for reservations. For the “Starter”,
call (516) 677-5980.
The Lucas Golf Center at Oyster Bay Driving Range and Pro Shop
Bob Miller, PGA Director of Golf
A full range of golf services are offered by the Lucas Golf Center at
Oyster Bay, Bob Miller, PGA Director of Golf. Instruction is available for all
levels of golfing ability, beginner through advanced. Inquire about private
lessons, group lessons and clinics at the practice range and on the course.
The Lucas Golf Center at Oyster Bay Driving Range and Pro Shop are
open for the season. The Pro Shop will be stocked with brand name
merchandise for all your golfing needs. For more information on instruction,
driving range hours and the Pro Shop, visit www.Lucasgolfcenter.com
or call (516) 364-3600 to speak to a PGA professional.
2016 MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION
Applications will be processed at the golf course Wednesdays through Sundays
from 9am to 3pm Membership is valid until the end of the calendar year.
Prospective members must provide the following proofs of residency:
Photo Identification (Driver’s License, DMV Photo ID or Passport); AND Car
Registration, Tax Bill or Utility Bill.
ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP FEES
Membership entitles a golfer to sign up his/her foursome and to
reduced greens and cart fees
Resident - $200.00
Senior Resident (60 & older) - $150.00
Resident Volunteer Firefighters, Veterans & Aux. Police - $150.00
Resident Tee-Time Membership - $50.00
Resident ID Cards - $5.00
Non-Resident - $350.00
Senior Non-Resident (60 & older) - $250.00
Non-Resident Tee-Time Membership - $100.00
TEE TIME RESERVATION FEE
Up to Thirty Days in Advance $5.00 per player
Call (516) 677-5961 for reservations
Resident Member
Weekday: Day - $30.00; Evening - $15.00
Weekend/Holidays: Day - $35.00; Evening - $18.00
Resident Member Senior,
Volunteer Firefighters, Veterans and Aux. Police
Weekday: Day - $23.00; Evening - $12.00
Weekend/Holidays: Day - $35.00; Evening - $18.00
Resident Non-Member
Weekday: Day - $40.00; Evening - $20.00
Weekend/Holidays: Day - $45.00; Evening - $23.00
Resident Non-Member Senior,
Volunteer Firefighters, Veterans and Aux. Police
Weekday: Day - $30.00; Evening - $15.00
Weekend/Holidays: Day - $44.00; Evening - $22.00
Resident Junior (under 21 years of age)
Weekday: Day - $30.00; Evening - $15.00
Weekend/Holidays: Day - $35.00; Evening - $18.00
Juniors under age 15 must be accompanied by an adult.
No one under age 10 is permitted to play.
Non-Resident Member
Weekday: Day - $41.00; Evening - $21.00
Weekend/Holidays: Day - $55.00; Evening - $28.00
Non-Resident Senior Member
Weekday: Day - $30.00; Evening - $15.00
Weekend/Holidays: Day - $54.00; Evening - $27.00
Non-Resident
Weekday: Day - $61.00; Evening - $31.00
Weekend/Holidays: Day - $73.00; Evening - $37.00
Non-Resident Senior
Weekday: Day - $46.00; Evening - $23.00
Weekend/Holidays: Day - $72.00; Evening - $36.00
GOLF CARTS
Member
$30.00
Non-Member
$40.00
Prices and schedule subject to change.
DAILY GREENS FEES
WEEKEND RATES APPLIED ON FRIDAYS
(EXCEPT FOR SENIOR RESIDENTS)
Non-Resident Junior
Weekday: Day - $40.00; Evening - $20.00
Weekend/Holidays: Day - $54.00; Evening - $27.00
Student Team/Camp (after 2pm) - $18.00
Guest of Resident (weekdays only)
Day - $50.00; Evening - $25.00
Junior Summer Camps at the Town of Oyster Bay Golf Course
Half Day Camp
Boys and Girls (ages 6-10) will spend the week learning, practicing
and playing the golf course. A Golf Pro will teach chipping, putting,
rules and etiquette. Camps run the week of June 28th through
August 30th.
Tuesdays-Fridays from 12pm to 4pm
Full week (4 Days): $425 (Lunch and Tee times included in the fees)
Multi-week discount available – call for information!
Full Day Camp
Boys and Girls (ages 10-17) will spend the week learning, practicing
and playing the golf course. A Golf Pro will teach chipping, putting,
rules and etiquette. Camps run the weeks of June 28th through
August 30th.
Tuesdays-Fridays from 11am to 6pm
Full Week (4 Days): $600 (Lunch and Tee times included in the fee)
Multi-week discount available – call for information!
Call (516) 364-3600 or e-mail [email protected] to register.
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Programs for Seniors
Senior Summer Recreation Program
The Senior Summer Recreation Program is open to all Town Residents age 60 and older. This year,
the program begins on Tuesday, July 5th and continues through Friday, September 2nd. Once again,
the program will be held at Marjorie R. Post Community Park on Tuesdays, Glen Head Community
Center on Wednesdays and Syosset Woodbury Community Park on Thursdays. On Mondays and
Fridays activities will be held at the William P. Bennett Community Center. Aquatic classes will also
be held at the Bethpage and Plainview-Old Bethpage Community Parks on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
On Wednesdays, free bus transportation is provided to all seniors for a day of fun at the Glen Head
Community Center. There is musical entertainment, tai chi, bingo, trips to a local farm for fresh
vegetables as well as a daily shuttle to Tappen Beach and Pool. Watch for our senior summer flyer
in June for registration details.
Upcoming Trips for Seniors
Thursday, August 11th
Join us as we cheer on the Long Island Ducks!
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday
September 20th, 21st & 22nd
Cruise the Great South Bay and enjoy lunch on the
Lauren Kristy Paddleboat
Watch for the flyers in June.
For more information on
programs for seniors in the Town,
call 797-7916 or visit
www.oysterbaytown.com.
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Town of Oyster Bay
Hicksville Athletic Center
The Town of Oyster Bay Hicksville Athletic Center offers year-round
recreation programs for all ages. Adult programs, offered at various
times throughout the year, include Open Basketball, Volleyball and
Badminton, and exercise programs such as Yoga, Cardio Kickboxing
and Zumba. For information about adult programs, open to Town
residents age 18 and older, contact the center at 516-733-8418.
Classic
Car
Cruise
Nights
July 8th and 22nd
August 5th and 19th
7pm
Massapequa
Long Island Rail Road
Station parking lot,
Sunrise Highway
Owners display their vintage
vehicles. For more information,
visit www.oysterbaytown.com
or call the Town of Oyster Bay
Department of Parks Recreation
Division at 797-4125 (prompt 2).
Programs and camps for youngsters are administered by the
Nassau County PAL and include Volleyball, Soccer, Ballet,
Super Sports, Cheerleading, Badminton, Basketball, Tennis,
Dance, and more. For more information on youth activities at
the center, contact the Nassau County PAL at 516-573-2250.
Town of Oyster Bay
Dog Park
Clocks Blvd. & Sunrise Highway, Massapequa
•Over an acre of park space for your pooch to play!
•Includes separate small and large dog areas
and sun shelters.
•Town of Oyster Bay residents only.
Call the Parks Department at (516) 797-4129
for more information.
Town of Oyster Bay
Skate Park
At Bethpage Community Park
•Plaza-style Skateboarding Park with above and
below-grade skating structures.
•Ages 10 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
•Proper safety equipment required.
•Town of Oyster Bay residents only.
Call Bethpage Community Park at (516) 433-7465 for more information.
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Running Programs & Events
Supervisor’s 5K Run
Held on the streets of Oyster Bay on October 15th
as the official kick-off to the Oyster Festival.
Call 797-4125 (prompt 1) for more information.
Autism Awareness Walk
John J. Burns Town Park, September 25th
Co-Sponsored by:
The Town of Oyster Bay Parks Department &
AHRC of Nassau County.
For more information, including fee and
registration details, please call 797-4125 (prompt 2).
33rd Annual Runner’s Edge
Long Island Women’s 5K
29th Annual Runner’s EdgeTobay Triathlon
& 12th Annual
Junior Triathlon
Saturday, July 9th - Farmingdale
8:30 a.m. (with “Fun Run” for 12 and Under at 8 a.m.)
Call (516) 349-7646 for more information.
Register online at www.glirc.org
Co-sponsored by the Town of Oyster Bay,
Runner’s Edge
and Greater Long Island Running Club
Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park,
August 27th & 28th
For fee and registration details, call 797-4125
(prompt 1). Register online at www.glirc.org.
Junior Triathlon, August 27th:
For youngsters ages 8-13.
200-yard swim, 2.5 mile bike ride, one-mile run.
Co-sponsored by the Town of Oyster Bay, Runner’s Edge
and Greater Long Island Running Club.
Triathlon, August 28th:
5K run, 1K swim and 15K bike
- individuals and teams.
Toddler’s Arts & Crafts Program
Enjoy a fun-filled class of arts and crafts that will help enhance your child’s creative mind and skills!
Morning classes for two-, three-, and four-year-old boys and girls.
Open to Town of Oyster Bay residents only.
Program will be held at the Town of Oyster Bay Ice Skating Center in Bethpage.
$20.00 per child.
Registration begins on Tuesday, September 6th.
Please note: Parent or Guardian must be present for the entire class.
Call 797-4125 (prompt 4) for more information.
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Cultural Arts Programs & Workshops
The Cultural and Performing Arts Division (CAPA) of the Department of
Community & Youth Services successfully provides a full range of cultural and social
enrichment programs for residents of all ages and interests thoughout the year.
The Distinguished Artists Concerts, Music Under the Stars, Children’s Magical Music & More and
Movies by Moonlight Series offer free musical and entertainment programs for general audiences
year round. Performances are held at participating libraries and during the summer, at community
parks. There is also a Rotational Art Exhibit Program showcasing local artists and crafts people.
Upcoming Events
The Annual 9-11 Memorial Ceremony will be held on Wednesday, September 7th, at 7:00
p.m. at TOBAY Beach (bayside). The Town will sponsor the Annual Family Fall & Halloween
Festival scheduled to be held on Saturday, October 22nd, at Marjorie R. Post Community
Park in Massapequa from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The event is free and will be held rain
or shine. There will be colorful inflatables, a variety of games, a hayride, and popcorn for
youngsters and adults. Children can explore the pumpkin patch and pick out their own
pumpkins, which they can later decorate. Children are also welcome to wear costumes.
In December of each year, the Town’s Annual Holiday Concert is presented for
three evenings and one matinee performance at the Tilles Center for the Performing
Arts at LIU Post. Lottery application forms will be available in late September.
CAPA Workshops are usually held in the Spring and Fall each year and offer a
wide variety of cultural, artistic and self-improvement courses for children and adults
at nominal costs. The workshops are held at community centers throughout the Town.
For additional information and program brochures, contact CAPA at 797-7925.
Music Under The Stars
~ Featuring Movies by Moonlight Series ~
The Town of Oyster Bay’s renowned Music Under the Stars Summer Concert Series
will kick off on July 6. The program, which runs through August 6th, features musical
performances by various acts, including pop, oldies, rock and more ... there is always
something for everyone. This year’s series will again include the ever-popular Salute
to America. Additionally, the Town will be offering fun filled evenings with the Movies
by Moonlight Series. Bring your family and friends to various parks this summer to
enjoy some of your favorite movies! For information on the Music Under the Stars
Summer Concert Series and the Movies by Moonlight Series, visit the Town’s Web
site, www.oysterbaytown.com. Residents will also receive their Music Under the Stars
guide in June with additional information on performers, dates, times and locations.
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GAP - Group Activities Program
GAP is a Town-sponsored program, partially funded by the New York State Office for People with
Developmental Disabilities, Family Support Services and the New York State Office of Children and
Family Support Services. Founded in 1967, it operates under the auspices of the Department of
Community & Youth Services as part of the Division of Handicapped Services. The day camp operates
under permit from the Nassau County Health Department.
Summer Day Camp
The GAP Summer Day Camp is a social recreation
program for Town residents 5-21 years old who are
developmentally disabled, learning disabled, mentally
challenged and autistic.
Held Monday through Friday, starting July 5th and
ending on August 12th, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
Syosset-Woodbury and Marjorie R. Post Community
Parks. A two-week vacation day program for working
adults over 21 years of age is also available.
Summer Evening Programs
For ages 16 and older, Tuesday and Thursday evening
programs will commence July 5th and July 7th, and will
end August 9th and August 11th. Programs are from
6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Participants Must Be:
Residents of the Town of Oyster Bay
Diagnosed as developmentally disabled and enrolled
in a special education program
Fully toilet trained
Free of any physical or behavioral problems that
require excessive individual attention or that may be
harmful to themselves or others
Applicants Must Provide:
A completed application signed by a parent or
guardian and a yearly medical and immunization
form provided by the participant’s physician. This
is required for all Summer Day Camp participants. New applicants must attend an intake conference
with the GAP Director, who will explain the program,
answer any questions, determine if GAP is appropriate
for the child and explore how GAP can best meet the
child’s needs.
Organized recreational activities are varied and
include arts & crafts, swimming, sports, group games,
music, weekly trips and more.
GAP’s focus is “group activity.” Participants are
encouraged to become comfortable interacting with
peers. We endeavor to help developmentally disabled
participants improve social skills and increase their
possibilities for positive socialization. Many GAP
participants have formed friendships that extend
beyond the program.
GAP provides approximately a one-to-four ratio of
staff (Activities Specialists and Recreation Aides) to
participants. Activities Specialists are professionals
who have been approved by Civil Service, with a
minimum of a bachelor’s degree and approximately
one year of paid experience with developmentally
disabled persons. Recreation Aides are most often
high school or college students who are pursuing
careers in the human service fields.
Participants are divided into small groups based on
age, type of disability and interests. Every effort is
made to group each child with others who have similar
capabilities and interests. For additional information and applications,
please call the GAP office at 797-7947.
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(516) 433-RINK (7465) • www.oysterbaytown.com
Facility Features
•State of the art NHL sized facility featuring separate male and female
locker rooms with showers, elevated bleachers offering excellent sight lines, a hockey
and figure skating pro-shop and the full service Center-Ice Cafe
•Only NHL endorsed National Hockey League Program Center on Long Island
•Only official New York Rangers Partner Ice Rink on Long Island
• Official home to both The Long Island Rough Riders Sled Hockey Team as
well as The Long Island Blues Special Hockey Program
•Home to The Rinx Total Skating Program,
Hockey School and Summer Hockey Camp
Rates
General Admission
Prices
n Public Skating Under 2
2-4 years
5-17 years
18 years and over
Senior Citizen (60 & over w/ID)
Veterans, Volunteer Firefighters
& Auxiliary Police (w/ID)
ResidentNon-Resident
Free
Free
$3.00 $4.00
$5.00$8.00
$6.00$10.00
$4.00$5.00
$4.00$5.00
nDiscount Skating Books (10 admissions) Resident Non-Resident Adult Discount Books (18 years & older) $50.00 $75.00
Children Discount Books (5-17 years)
$42.00 $64.00
nSkate Rental
Resident Non-Resident
Rental Ticket (per pair, per session)
$4.00 $4.00
Discount Skate Rental Book (Book of 10) $35.00 $35.00
nIce Charters
Resident Minimum one (1) hour
$300.00 Primetime Rentals (October through March) $400.00 Summer Rental Discount (July and August) $250.00 Non-Resident
$450.00
$550.00
$350.00
Ice Skating
Birthday Parties
Birthday parties are offered through the Center
Ice Café during public session times. Parties
include ice rink admission, skate rentals and a
choice of meal and beverage. For pricing and
reservations, please call (516) 513-0021.
For current public skating schedules, visit www.oysterbaytown.com
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TOWN OF OYSTER BAY YOUTH ICE HOCKEY (Town residents only)
Instructional/recreational hockey programs for children ages 3-13 throughout the year.
Registration for our SUMMER POND HOCKEY will start, Thursday, June 9th from 6-9pm and
Sunday, June 12th from 8-12 noon at the Town of Oyster Bay Ice Skating Center in Bethpage.
The cost for Summer Pond Hockey: Dynamites and Mini Mites: $200 ($150 for each additional
child within the same family) Pee Wees, Squirts, and Mites $250 ($200 for each additional child
within the same family). All sessions will be held at the Town of Oyster Bay Ice Skating Center.
For additional information on hockey programs we offer throughout the year call (516)433-RINK
(7465) For Buzz Deschamps ext. 8233 or Maura Kirby ext. 8227
Youth Hockey Programs
n Future Rangers Program n Elite Skills Clinic n Goaltending School n Family Friendly Puck Shoot
Adult Hockey Programs
n Men’s Intramural Hockey n HS/Adult Puck Shoot n Adult PM Pick Up Hockey
Summer Hockey Camp
n A full day Summer Hockey School for all ages and skill levels (lunch included)
n Run by trained hockey professionals
n On- and off-ice training includes shooting, passing, agility drills and field sports.
n Recreational Swim
For information, call (516) 797-4126 or visit www.therinx.com. (Programs discounted for Town residents)
THE RINX TOTAL SKATING PROGRAM:
n Group Lessons n Beginners through Advanced – All Ages
Resident Rate - $135 Non-Resident - $175
FREESTYLE:
“Open Ice” practice time for competitive figure skaters
Rates:
Resident
Non-Resident
45 minutes
$12.00
$15.00
1 hour
$14.00
$18.00
1.5 hours
$20.00
$26.00
DISCOUNT PUNCH CARDS:
10, 1-hour Sessions
$130.00
$170.00
20, 1-hour Sessions
$250.00
$330.00
SUMMER UNLIMITED PLAN:
Unlimited Monday-Saturday
June 27th - September 3rd $900.00
$1000.00
Call (516) 797-4126 or visit www.therinx.com
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Sports & Science
Camps for Youth
Sports Camps run by US Sports Institute
For information, visit ussportsinstitute.com or call (866) 345-BALL
Soccer Squirts (Ages 3 to 5)
Participants will learn the fundamental
skills of soccer, including dribbling, passing,
shooting and defending. Players will be
taught through structured activities, fun
games and scrimmages.
Total Sports Squirts (Ages 3 to 5)
Participants have the opportunity to
experience Lacrosse, Soccer, Basketball,
T-Ball, Floor Hockey and Flag Football. All
sports are taught in a safe, structured and
fun learning environment.
John J. Burns Town Park, Massapequa
Monday, August 1st - Thursday, August 4th (4 days) - $100
Monday, August 15th - Thursday, August 18th (4 days) - $100
10am to 11am or 4:30pm to 5:30pm
Golf Squirts (Ages 4 to 5)
Using the SNAG (Starting New at Golf )
system, participants use oversized,
lightweight clubs to encourage the correct
grip and swing technique. In a safe and
controlled environment, this program
makes learning simple, progressing and fun.
Ellsworth W. Allen Town Park, Farmingdale
Tuesday, July 5th - Friday, July 8th (4 days) - $100
9:00am to 9:45am
Golf Camp (Ages 5 to 10)
Using the SNAG (Starting New at Golf )
system, the modified golf clubs will
encourage players to develop the correct
chipping, putting and driving techniques.
Each day, participants will receive
personalized attention from our coaches
to develop their technique and their
understanding for the rules and sportsmanship associated
with golf.
Ellsworth W. Allen Town Park, Farmingdale
Tuesday, July 5th - Friday, July 8th (4 days) - $130
10am to 11:30am or 11:30am to 1pm
John J. Burns Town Park, Massapequa
Monday, August 15th - Thursday, August 18th (4 days) - $100
11:30am to 12:30pm
Total Sports – Parent & Me Squirts
(Ages 2 to 3)
With a parent participating by their side, this
program will stimulate a child’s imagination,
develop motor skills and encourage social
interaction. Children will experience a
different sport within each class, including
soccer, lacrosse, t-ball, basketball, floor hockey and flag football.
John J. Burns Town Park, Massapequa
Monday, August 15th - Thursday, August 18th (4 days) - $100
9am to 9:45am
Multi Sports Camp (Ages 5 to 11)
Players will have the opportunity to experience
up to 4 different sports each day. Sports
include baseball, basketball, cricket, flag
football, hockey, handball, lacrosse, soccer,
rugby and more! During the morning, players
will focus on developing their technique
and skills within each sport, and gain a basic
understanding of playing a scrimmage. The afternoon will focus
on small sided scrimmages in a tournament environment that
encourages good sportsmanship and teamwork.
John J. Burns Town Park, Massapequa
Monday, August 1st - Thursday, August 4th (4 days) - $100
9am to 4pm $200
9am to 12:30pm $170
1pm to 4pm $120
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Mad Science Summer Camp
Bricks4Kidz is teaming up
with the Town of Oyster
Bay at Allen Park in
Farmingdale
Week-long summer camps
offered&in cooperation with Mad
Haypath
Park
in Old Bay residents entering
Science of Long Island for Town
of Oyster
Bethpage.
grades K through 6th. Sign up for 1, 2, 3… up to 10 weeks! The
camps will be held at John J Burns Town Park in Massapequa,
Ellsworth
Allen dynamic
Town Park camps
in Farmingdale and Haypath Town
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science
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while
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children
participate
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and have lots of fun using
Remote
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related
hands-on
activities
during
each
week.
LEGO® Bricks! Participants also
Jr. Robotics
receive a mini “take home” based
FULL DAY OPTION for ROBOTICS CAMPS
will Brick
be available
Jurassic
Land
on
the
camp
theme.
at BURNS and HAYPATH Town Parks. For more information
Week-long summer camps offered in cooperation with Mad
Science of Long Island for Town of Oyster Bay residents entering
grades K through 6th. Sign up for 1, 2, 3… up to 10 weeks! The
camps will be held at John J Burns Town Park in Massapequa,
Ellsworth Allen Town Park in Farmingdale and Haypath Town
Park in Old Bethpage (see specific dates below) – all rooms
are air conditioned. This program will provide outstanding
science enrichment while the children participate in theme
related hands-on activities during each week.
FULL DAY OPTION for ROBOTICS CAMPS will be available
at BURNS and HAYPATH Town Parks. For more information
call Mad Science at 516-620-6768, and to register and see a
detailed description of each camp week offered, please visit
their website at www.madscienceli.com
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A Pirate’s Quest
June 27th through September
Mad
Science
Camps
will
be
offered
at
the
following
facilities
Angry
Birdies & Bad
Piggies
2nd. $199 for a 5-day, 3-hour
on
these
dates:
Amusement
Park
session week. (partial week is
Animal Grossology
$45/day) There is a 10% sibling
Brick Olympics
or multi-week discount.
For more information:
631-920-2466
www.bricks4kidz.com/longisland-midisland
Mad Science Camps will be offered at the following facilities
on these dates:
John J. Burns Town Park
June 27 – July 1st
July 5th – July 8th (4 days camp)
July 11th – July 15th (FULL DAY camp option available)
July 18th – July 22nd
July 25th – July 29th (FULL DAY camp option available)
August 1st – August 5th
August 8th – August 12th
August 15th – August 19th (FULL DAY camp option available)
August 22nd – August 26th
August 29st – September 2nd
Town of Oyster Bay
Tennis Program
Powered by SPORTIME - USTA, USPTA and PTR certified instructors
Programs for all ages and abilities
Haypath Town Park
July 5th – July 8th (4 days camp)
July 18th – July 22nd (FULL DAY camp option available)
August 1st – August 5th (FULL DAY camp option available)
August 8th – August 12th
August 15th – August 19th
August 22nd – August 26th
August 29st – September 2nd
Group Tennis Lessons
Syosset-Woodbury, Marjorie R. Post, and Theodore Roosevelt Parks
The Town of Oyster Bay Tennis Program offers group lessons
delivered by the professional staff from Sportime clubs. Groups
available and scheduled based on age and ability of players.
Get some exercise and learn a lifelong sport while having fun
and meeting new friends!
Ellsworth Allen Town Park
June 27 – July 1st
July 5th – July 8th (4 days camp)
July 11th – July 15th
July 18th – July 22nd
July 25th – July 29th
August 8th – August 12th
August 22nd – August 26th
TOB Residents $99 Per 6-week Session (Non-Residents $129)
Sessions run June 2nd – July 15th, July 16th – August 31st
and September 1st – October 15th
Junior Tennis Camp
The Junior Tennis Camp allows players ages 6-12 to take
their tennis game to the next level. Whether they have taken
lessons before or are playing for the first time, players have an
opportunity to learn the game with certified tennis instructors
from Sportime then have the opportunity to put those skills into
action playing games and matches. The Junior Tennis Camp
is a great way to learn “the sport of a lifetime” this summer.
6 weeks starting July 11th
TOB Residents $195/week (Non-residents $245/week)
Marjorie R. Post (Massapequa) and Syosset–Woodbury Parks
1-4pm Monday – Friday
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Visit www.sportimeny.com/tobtennis for registration and more
information or call (516) 799-3551.
Summer Recreation
Program
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SUM
MER!
For Town of Oyster Bay children ages 4 through 12. Held Monday through Friday
from July 5th to August 12th. Call 797-4125 for information.
Registration
Mail-in registration. Registration applications and information can be obtained by calling 797-4125. Completed
applications need to be returned with proof of Town residency (tax bill, utility bill, etc.), copy of child(ren)’s birth
certificate and check or money order (no cash). Children must already be four-years-old at the time of entrance
into the program. The fee is $275 for one child, and $100 for each additional child within a family. The deadline
for mail-in registration is June 17th. Registration will continue at the individual parks starting the afternoon of
July 6th, if space is still available.
Schedule
Age Groupings
9:15 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. and 12:45 p.m. to 3 p.m.
No supervision is provided between 11:45 a.m. and 12:45 p.m. Children must be picked up.
Summer Recreation Program is held at:
Ellsworth W. Allen Town Park, Farmingdale
Marjorie R. Post Community Park, Massapequa
Plainview-Old Bethpage Community Park
Syosset-Woodbury Community Park
Tappen Beach, Glenwood Landing
Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Park, Oyster Bay
Activities Include:
Carnival Day Baseball
Trips Sports Specials
Talent Shows
Annual Tobay Games
50-Yard Dash
Long Jump
Shuttle Run
Football Throw
Obstacle Course Physical Fitness
Applications available at Town parks. Winners from individual
parks participate in finals at Ellsworth W. Allen Town Park.
Check with your park recreation leader for more information.
Descriptive program brochures
available at park offices.
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Early Childhood (4, 5, 6 year olds)
Juniors (7 & 8 year olds)
Intermediates (9 & 10 year olds)
Seniors (11 & 12 year olds)
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TOBAY BEACH
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ELLSWORTH W. ALLEN TOWN
PARK Heisser La. & Motor Ave.,
Farmingdale 755-1842
JOHN J. BURNS TOWN
PARK Merrick Road,
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MARJORIE R. POST
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Washington Avenue, Plainview
733-8400
Jericho Turnpike, Woodbury
677-5990
FIELD OF DREAMS
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Old Sunrise Highway, Massapequa
PLAINEDGE PARK
N. Idaho Ave, N. Massapequa
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Town of Oyster Bay
54 Audrey Avenue
Oyster Bay, NY 11771-1592
www.oysterbaytown.com
Town Supervisor
JOHN VENDITTO
PRSRT. STD
U.S.POSTAGE
PAID
HICKSVILLE, NY
PERMIT NO. 496
TOWN BOARD
Joseph D. Muscarella
Anthony D. Macagnone
Chris J. Coschignano
Joseph G. Pinto
Rebecca M. Alesia
Michele M. Johnson
Town Clerk
James Altadonna Jr.
Receiver of Taxes
James J. Stefanich
SUMMER PROGRAM 2016
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