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New York Junior Tennis & Learning "School's Out Day Camps"

New York Junior Tennis & Learning to Host “School’s Out Day Camps” at Cary Leeds Center in the Bronx   New York Junior Tennis & Learning (NYJTL) will host “School’s Out Day Camps” for kids ages 6-18 at the Cary Leeds Center in the Bronx, during mid-winter break, Easter Break and Passover Break. The camps will include tennis drills and match play.   WHAT:        New York Junior Tennis & Learning’s

Millennium Basketball League Recruitment

MILLENNIUM BASKETBALL LEAGUE RECRUITMENT   PROGRAM DATES:                      January 22, 2016 – April 30, 2016   LOCATIONS:            All five boroughs   AGES:                        Girls and boys ages 8 to 17   HOW TO APPLY:      Visit the Parks website before opening day on January 22, 2016. Applications are reviewed on a first come, first served basis.   DETAILS:                   Apply now for NYC Parks’ Millennium Basketball Winter League, part of the Junior Knicks

SUMMER SPORTS JAMBOREE

DATE:                        Friday, August 28, 2015   TIME:                          11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.   LOCATION:               Williamsbridge Oval                                     3225 Reservoir Oval East BRONX     DETAILS:                   Join NYC Parks for the Summer Sports Jamboree at Williamsbridge Oval Park!   The Summer Sports Jamboree highlights the most popular sports covered during the Summer Sports Experience program. This free event is recommended for all kids ages 6-17.   Activities include:   Arts and

Water Safety with Rave Sports

Summer is our favorite time of year. We are beach bums, and usually spend most of the summer exploring local beaches, pools, and finding the perfect sprinkler parks around the Bronx and NYC. But, with fun in the water also comes water safety. We had a chance to check out the child and infant life vests from Rave Sports to go along with our mission to gather some of the best

NYJTL Opens Cary Leeds Center in Crotona Park

This past Monday we had the chance to be a part of the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Cary Leeds Center in Crotona Park. New York Junior Tennis & Learning (NYJTL) opened this flagship facility, a place for both viewing tennis and for children of the Bronx to have a chance to learn both the game of tennis as well as the discipline that comes with it. The new

Register for FREE Tennis, Soccer, Track & Field, and Golf with City Parks Foundation

Registration has opened for summer sports with City Parks Foundation. Visit cityparksfoundation.org to register and for more information. Please note programs that take place on Monday and Wednesday will begin July 6. Programs that take place on Tuesday and Thursday will begin July 7. Tennis (Citywide) All Youth Tennis programs begin the week of July 6 and run through August 14. View Park Locations Track & Field (Citywide) All Youth Track &

2015 NYC Mayor’s Cup Cricket All-Star Game at Van Cortlandt Park

Date and Time: Saturday, June 20th, 2015. 1:00pm-5:00pm Address: Van Cortlandt Park Parade Ground Cricket Field #3 Across from 6035 Broadway Bronx, NY 10471   Description of Event: New York City’s best high school cricket players from the Public Schools Athletic League (PSAL) will compete in the 2015 NYC Mayor’s Cup Cricket All-Star Game to determine who is the “Best in the City.” The event will feature the Queens All-Star

Celebrate National Running Day in the Bronx

Wednesday June 4th is National Running Day! NYRR will be giving out free five-borough bandanas at free group runs and water stations in parks across the five boroughs, including Central Park, Prospect Park in Brooklyn, Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens, Clove Lakes Park in Staten Island, and Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx. o   Runners can also customize their own National Running Day race bibs at these locations.  

Summer Sports Registration with City Parks Foundation

City Parks Foundation offers free sports programs during the summer; including golf, tennis, and track and field. Registration opens in late May. Check out cityparksfoundation.org for more information and to register. Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Tumblr it Tweet about it Print for later Tell a friend