The Fall 2014 Recreation Brochure will be available soon!
Click here for the 2014 Spring/Summer Recreation Brochure
SUMMER CONCERTS 2014-
**NEW LOCATION-LAKE ISLE COUNTRY CLUB**
**GARTH ROAD CONCERT WAS POSTPONED DUE TO LAST MINUTE RAIN. THE CONCERT IS NOW WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20TH 8:00PM GARTH ROAD.
US Sports Institute-FALL Programs
The US Sports Institute has a several programs to introduce our young residents between the ages of 2-5 to the sport of soccer as well as a allowing them to try their hand at a variety of sports. Click below to see this falls offerings. If you are interested in registering please use the General Recreation Program Registration Form, also below.
Click here for the Fall 2014 US Sports Institute Program Information
Click here for the General Recreation Program Registration Form
MOTHER/CHILD PLAYGROUP-FALL 2014
The Mother/Child Playgroup is one of our most popular programs! This two-hour program is designed for caregivers and tots to meet, socialize and play! Enjoy play time, circle time, snack time and craft time. It's always a FUN time! This program is held at Haindl Field in the Recreation Room. 1 Gabriel Rescigno Drive, Scarsdale (Behind Fresh Market Shopping Center).
Click here for the Fall 2014 Mother/Child Playgroup dates, rates and Registration Form
Kiddie and Youth Tennis at Leewood Tennis Courts
If your child is looking to learn the exciting sport of tennis or brush up on some of their current skills in a group setting then this is the class for you. Residents between the ages of 4 and entering 6th grade can choose a class to have fun while learning about strokes, footwork, volleys through a ton of age-appropriate tennis games and activities. All participants must have their own racquet.
Click here for Dates, Rate and Registration Form for Kiddie and Youth Tennis Lessons
The Community Fund
The Community Fund is a non-profit corporation founded in 1919 to enhance the quality of life for, and provide assistance to, all residents living in the Bronxville 10708, Eastchester and Tuckahue areas (the "BET community"). The Community Fund monitors the BET community to determine which services are most needed and provides grant funding and administrative support to the social service agencies and community programs that meet these various essential needs.
Click here for the Community Fund Brochure