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    Taxonomy Code: PL-6400.7000-700

    Centers, often operated by the local community department of parks and recreation, that offer, at a single location, a variety of recreational facilities such as athletic fields and courts, a gymnasium, a swimming pool and locker facilities. Recreation centers usually offer an organized program of activities for community residents of all ages and provide all necessary equipment.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    CAMP SEAHAWKThis new camp, provided by the Town of Huntington in cooperation with the Cold Spring Harbor School District, will feature a variety of sports, arts and crafts, special events, and also a math/science/technology component. This M/S/T component will focus on fun and exciting projects with the use of computers. Call for more information.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATIONTOWN OF HUNTINGTON
    DIVISION OF RECREATIONHolds summer programs at neighborhood recreation centers for grades K-6 holds a half-day playground program for preschoolers on Tuesday and Thursday or Mon, Wed, Fri holds a recreation day camp for ages 7-12 and a counselor-in-training program. Call for place, time, and fees. Fall programs for adults and children include LEAP after school program, programs for 3 and 4 year olds, after school recreation (arts and crafts, physical fitness, storytimes, consumer education, sports programs and pools). Buildings rented out for parties/fees vary.DEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND CULTURAL AFFAIRSTOWN OF ISLIP
    DIVISION OF RECREATION AND SPORTSDevelops recreation, sports and special event programs for Brookhaven town residents. Oversees six community recreation centers which can be used for meetings, arts and crafts classes, educational workshops, and special events. The Community Recreation Centers are Henrietta Acampora Recreation Center (Blue Point), Mastic Recreation Center(Mastic), New Village Recreation Center (Centereach), Shoreham Recreation Center, St. Michael's Recreation Center (Gordon Heights). Special services include the Town Historian and summer programs at Brookhaven Amphitheater and Gallery.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND SPORTS AND CULTURAL RESOURCESTOWN OF BROOKHAVEN
    HENRIETTA ACAMPORA RECREATION MULTI-SERVICE CENTERProvides social, recreational, cultural, educational, physical and health related programs and services to all age groups. Facility available evenings, Saturdays and Sundays to non-profit community groups and on a permit basis. Also for meetings, parties, weddings, etc. and non-profit fundraising. Activities and class schedule varies. Call for information/schedule and fees. Available to the residents of the Town of Brookhaven.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND SPORTS AND CULTURAL RESOURCESTOWN OF BROOKHAVEN
    HERRICKS ALZHEIMER'S DAY PROGRAM OUR SPACEProvides the opportunity for those who have Alzheimer's or Dementia the chance to engage in social and recreational activities led by trained staff and volunteers who are understanding and accepting. It also provides the caregiver with respite time. Family members are encouraged to take part in monthly meetings where they have the opportunity to ask questions of the staff, discuss how the participant is doing in the program and share experiences and useful information with one another, as a means of mutual support. Activities include group discussions, cognitive activities including voice, number and memory word games art and music classes led by specialists in these fields, exercise including strengthening, stretching and range of motion, supervised outdoor walks, intergenerational activities, ongoing assessment and help in maintaining skills of daily living, pet therapy in cooperation with North Shore Animal League. Participant must be 60 years old, a Nassau County resident, diagnosed as having Alzheimer's Disease or dementia, under the care of a physician, able to feed self with minimal assistance, continent, and be able to benefit from the program. This program is partially funded by Nassau County Department of Senior Affairs and the New York State Office for the Aging as a Social Model of Adult Day Care Program.NassauHERRICKS ALZHEIMER'S DAY PROGRAM OUR SPACEHERRICKS UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT
    HHP SUMMER CAMPProvides a day camp for children 4 years through tenth grade. Features creative arts, special events, and athletic activities including swimming instruction and ice skating. Lunch is provided. Registered Nurses are on staff. Offers on-site child care during am and pm extended hours. Flexible schedule. Walk in or call for brochure. For further information or guidance in the location and selection of child care services, please contact the Child Care Council of Suffolk at (631)462-0303 or the Child Care Council of Nassau at (516)358-9250.SuffolkHHP SUMMER CAMPHPP RINX INC.
    MASTIC RECREATION CENTERTown offers a variety of activities such as art classes, quilting and ceramic classes. (YMCA offers teen programs.) Facility available evenings and Saturdays for non-profit community groups on a permit basis and for parties, weddings, etc., and non-profit fundraising. Activities and class schedules vary. Call for information/schedule/fees.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND SPORTS AND CULTURAL RESOURCESTOWN OF BROOKHAVEN
    MITE DIVISION/RECREATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUEThis Mite Division hockey league is a recreational hockey league for children ages 4-8. Walk in application.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATIONTOWN OF HUNTINGTON
    NEW VILLAGE RECREATION CENTEROffers a variety of activities and classes for preschoolers with parents, (Mommy and Me) youth, adults and senior citizens. Also provides sick room aids at not cost to clients of all ages and residents of Brookhaven Town. Facility available evenings and Saturdays for non-profit groups on a permit basis and for parties, weddings, etc. and non-profit fundraising. Activities and class schedules vary. Call for information/schedule/fees.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND SPORTS AND CULTURAL RESOURCESTOWN OF BROOKHAVEN
    PERCY JACKSON MEMORIAL YOUTH CENTERProvides an afterschool program for children 6-18 years which includes a gym program, hygiene classes, and arts and crafts. Also offered by appointment are SAT and Civil Service exam preparation and job placement. A summer camp for children 5-12 years is offered at a minimal cost.NassauPERCY JACKSON MEMORIAL YOUTH CENTERTHE TIME OUT CLUB OF HEMPSTEAD, INC
    REGENERATIONAn outdoor summer recreation program for youngsters ages 5-12. Focuses on arts and crafts, sports and informative guest speakers. Camp atmosphere with no fee.SuffolkHOUSING AND HUMAN SERVICES-DIVISION OF YOUTH BUREAUTOWN OF BROOKHAVEN
    REGIONAL ENRICHMENT AGENCY OF COMMACK/HALF HOLLOW HILLS CYAProvides recreational, educational, employment and counseling programs for youth ages 10-21 in the school districts of Half Hollow Hills and Commack. Each regionally organized CYA develops programs based on needs of respective school districts and neighborhoods. Also provides preschool for 3 and 4 year olds for Half Hollow Hills School District Before and After preschool call for information.SuffolkTOWN YOUTH BUREAUTOWN OF HUNTINGTON
    ROBERT E. REID, SR. RECREATION CENTER, SHOREHAMOffers a variety of activities and classes for youth, adults and senior citizens. Facility available evenings and Saturdays for non-profit community groups on a permit basis and for parties, weddings, etc., and non-profit fundraising. Activities and class schedules vary. Call for information/schedule/fees.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND SPORTS AND CULTURAL RESOURCESTOWN OF BROOKHAVEN
    SPECIAL RECREATION PROGRAMOffer year round recreational activities for developmentally disabled adults residing in the Town of Brookhaven. Programs include Saturday bowling, dances, exercise classes, movie nights, bingo nights, walking program and mini golf days. A program for children ages 5-11 years of age is offered for six weeks starting immediately after schools release for summer vacation. Activities include arts and crafts, swimming, physical education, games and field trips.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND SPORTS AND CULTURAL RESOURCESTOWN OF BROOKHAVEN
    SPORTS COMPLEXOffers many athletic facilities. The Sports Complex consists of the The Pritchard Gymnasium; Stuart Goldstein Development Center; Kenneth P. Lavalle Stadium; Joe Nathan Field; Island Federal Credit Union Arena; University Tennis Courts; University Field, University Pool, University Track and Dubin Family Athletic Performance Center. The Sports Complex also offers summer camps to youth in various sports. Most athletic facilities may be used for recreational purposes when they are not scheduled for classes, intercollegiate, intramural or special events. Membership is required for use of the Sports Complex by all non-Stony Brook ID holders. Information pertaining to all physical education, athletic offerings and facility usage may be obtained by calling 631-632-9271SuffolkSPORTS COMPLEXSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
    ST. MICHAEL'S RECREATION CENTEROffers a variety of recreational activities for ages 5 and up. Programs include afterschool tutoring, senior citizens, holiday crafts and summer programs. Facility available for non-profit community groups on a permit basis, and for parties, weddings and non-profit fundraising. Activities and class schedules vary. Call for information/schedules/fees.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS, RECREATION AND SPORTS AND CULTURAL RESOURCESTOWN OF BROOKHAVEN
    TEEN PROGRAMOffers a "Teen Centre" featuring a coffee house, juice bar, gaming consoles, computers, pool tables, HDTV's and organized trips during school breaks.NassauTEEN PROGRAMFRIEDBERG JCC
    YOUTH DIRECTIONS AND ALTERNATIVES CYAProvides recreational, educational, employment and counseling programs for youth ages 10-21 in the communities of Northport, East Northport, Harborfields, and Elwood. Each CYA is organized regionally by school district and develops programs based on specific needs of their respective school districts and neighborhoods.SuffolkTOWN YOUTH BUREAUTOWN OF HUNTINGTON

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