Teen Scene is a program for residents in 7th-9th grade to come hang out with their friends in a safe and chaperoned environment. Game Nights, trips and pool parties at Lake Isle in the summer are just a few of the fun things teens can participate in when they join. Please see below for registration information, calendars and details.
Click here for the Teen Scene Welcome Letter
Click here for Registration Details
Click here for the Registration Form
Click here for the Teen Scene Policies
Click here for the Fall 2016 Schedule of Events
Click here for the Fall 2016 Trip Registration Form
WINTER 2017 PROGRAM INFORMATION IS NOW AVAILABLE!
Join us for another exciting year of Mother/Child Playgroup. Starting on Monday, January 9th in the Haindl Field Recreation Room, caregivers and tots will meet, socialize and play. Click below for more information including dates, times and registration information.
Click here for the Winter 2017 Mother/Child Playgroup Registration Form and Fees
Click here for the Winter 2017 Mother/Child Playgroup Calendar
Eastchester Instructional Basketball League
**EIBL Registration for all 4th-8th grade boys and girls is now CLOSED**
The EIBL High School Boys League is open to all male residents in 9th-12th Grade who do NOT play for a school team. All registration forms and payment $100 (please make checks out to the Town of Eastchester) are due by Friday, December 16th at 4:30pm. Teams will have one practice per week at night and games will be played on Saturdays starting in January 2017. There is not a rating session for this league and the Coaches Draft (no players) will be held on Tuesday, December 20th. Please use the form below for registration.
Click here for the 2016-2017 EIBL Registration Form
Santa Stop and Celebration of Lights
Join us for a fun-filled Holiday Day on Saturday, December 4th. Visit Santa at Gazebo Park (across from Town Hall) earlier in the day, and then head over to Memorial Park (corner of White Plains Road and California Road) for the Celebration of Holiday Lights at 4:30pm. Click on the link below for details of both events.
Click here for additional information on the Santa Stop and Celebration Lights
Neighborhood Holiday Tree and Menorah Lightings
Wilmot Manor Civic Association Friday, December 2nd 6:00pm
*Location- at the Park between Wilmot and Old Wilmot Roads
Huntley Estates Civic Association Saturday, December 10th 3:30pm
Joyce Road Park
Gingerbread House Decorating Contest- New this year!
Join us for the 1st Annual Gingerbread House Decorating Contest on Sunday, December 11th at Eastchester Town Hall from 10:00am-12:00pm. Click below for details and registration form.
Click here for Gingerbread House Decorating Contest Details and Registration Form
Would your son or daughter like a phone call from Santa? On Wednesday, December 14th it is possible! Please click on the form below, print it out and fill it out and return it to the Recreation Department by 4:30pm on the 14th for Santa to call your house!
Click here for the Santa Calling form
Saturday Morning Basketball Program for Kindergarten-6th grade. This program is run by the Bronxville Boys and Girls Varsity Basketball coaches and their players. Receive hands on, personalized instruction with 30 minutes of skill development drills and 30 minutes of controlled game play.
Click here for rates, dates and registration form for Bronco Hoops
3rd Grade Basketball Clinic
This program is open to all 3rd graders who live in Eastchester, Tuckahoe and Bronxville residents and is an introduction to the exciting game of basketball. Fun and fundamentals will be the primary focus of this instructional program. This clinic will run from Saturday, January 7th- February 11th 2017.
Click here for dates, times and registration form for the 3rd Grade Basketball Clinic
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 Tuckahoe 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 NEW Community Fund Brochure
The Town of Eastchester does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age or disability in employment or provision of services.