Nyack Parks And Recreation Spring Classes

Dated: May 12 2015

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Come play and learn in Nyack!  The Village of Nyack Recreation Department is offering Spring classes for all ages starting the week of May 18. 

For preschoolers there are soccer and music and for the K-8 group there will be skateboarding, fencing, tennis and intro to piano.  There is even  a flag football league for ages 6-12.  Adults can learn to fence on Thursdays and play tennis on Saturdays.

If you are a resident of Nyack you will need to furnish a utility bill with your registration form to pay the reduced resident fee.  Residents of South Nyack, Upper Nyack, Central Nyack, West Nyack or any other town or village will need to pay the non-resident fee.  Check out the listing of classes here:  http://nyack-ny.gov/prod/wp-content/uploads/Spring-2015-Youth-Recreation-Programs.pdf

Questions: recreation@nyack-ny.gov

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Kim-Adele Rosner

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