Sleepy Hollow - Recreation Department 28 Beekman Ave, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 The Sleepy Hollow Recreation Department renovates and maintains the village's seven parks and oversees public cultural…More and sporting events. The department is also responsible for Meals-on-Wheels, an after-school program, exercise classes, the Haunted Hayride, summer day camps and co-sponsored baseball, basketball, soccer and youth football leagues. Robin Pell is the Recreation Supervisor for Sleepy Hollow.
JCC on the Hudson 25 Leroy Ave, Tarrytown, NY10591 JCC, Jewish Community Center, on the Hudson offers childcare, recreational classes and preschool programs to the…More community. Programs are available for children from ages 1 to 4 years old. These programs are offered to members and non-members alike.
Tarrytown Senior Center 240 W Main St, Tarrytown, NY10591 This bustling hub for local seniors in Pierson Park offers a variety of exercise programs, educational courses,…More activities and resources including a bingo hall and computer lab. The Tarrytown Department of Recreation runs the center, with Joe Arduino at its head.
Popular among residents and visitors, this waterfront park features a picnic pavilion, a playground and courts for…More tennis, platform tennis, bocce and basketball. The village's Senior Center, offering numerous programs, can also be found here.</p>
<p>Pierson Park is maintained and operated by the Village of Tarrytown Recreation Department, which can be reached at 914-631-8347.</p>
The Jewish Community Center on the Hudson was founded in Yonkers in 1929 and has grown to be a significant focal…More point for the Jewish community in Westchester.</p>
<p>As a registered 501(c)3 non-profit, the JCC on the Hudson provides a central meeting place for the Jewish community and facilitates social, recreational and educational opportunities for Westchester residents of all denominations.</p>
<p>Since its founding, the JCC has continued to evolved into a dynamic community resource for individuals of all ages, races and religions. Services include a state-of-the-art fitness center and exercise classes, an accredited Early Childhood Program, after-school care, School of Music and Performing Arts, senior clubs, day camps, Jewish and general education and a variety of offerings for children and adults with special needs.</p>
<p>The JCC offers fee-based memberships and provides scholarship opportunities for those who cannot afford activity fees. The Executive Director of JCC on the Hudson is Frank Hassid.</p>