Our Recreation Department and Dance Director Felicia Lovaglio are pleased to announce the upcoming performance of Taylor 2 Dance Company at the Dance Conservatory in St. Paul’s Cluett Hall. Come see the world-class choreography of Paul Taylor in an up-close, intimate setting. This free performance will take place on Saturday Nov. 6 at 1:30 p.m. Taylor 2 gives Broadway level dance performances in community venues, come and join us!
High school students will get a chance to show off their powerful strokes and strong footwork, and learn about often overlooked opportunities to play college tennis from coaches at USTA Eastern’s 24th Annual College Showcase Day.
The Showcase, which will be held Nov. 7 at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens, is designed to reach the thousands of students who are not recruited by the top college tennis teams, but want to play tennis after graduation.
GC Thunder 7 took on a very athletic Baldwin Bomber team at home this past Sunday. All week, the Thunder team practiced to perfect their strategy, and also to rally around the idea of playing hard every minute of every game. After watching the boys play Baldwin, it is clear that the Thunder team is committed to taking that message with them out on the field. After the Bombers scored on their opening drive, the Thunder answered right back with a touchdown. Pierce Archer cutting his way through the defense, with great blocking by Griffin Minuto, Thomas McAuley, Timmy O’Hanlon, and Enzo Cupani. The Bombers then engineered another scoring drive, with the hope that it would stifle the heart of the Thunder defense, but Luke Concannon, Joseph Donovan, and Jack Greene, showed otherwise, denying the Baldwin offense the extra point. The first half proved to both teams that this was going to be a battle, and as is the case of any great game, neither side would be giving away points easy.
The Recreation Department will begin its first session of Preschool Arts and Crafts the week of Oct. 25. This six-week program is held at St. Paul’s Cluett Hall and is open to children ages 3-1/2 to 5 years old who are residents of the Inc. Village of Garden City. Children interested in this program may register for either Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday at 12:30 p.m. The cost of each 45-minute, six-week session is $30.
The child registering must be 3-1/2 by the start of the class in order to register for a session. To register, visit the Recreation Office at 108 Rockaway Avenue.
GC Thunder 7’s Maroon traveled to Floral Park for their fourth game of the season, and immediately went to work on offense as Willie Blair chose heads and won the coin toss. Pierce Archer cut his way through the defense, with great blocks by Michael Tully, and Joseph Donovan, that ultimately led to his 50-yard touchdown run, his first of two on the day. From there, it was all Thunder offense, executing plays they labored over in practice. Tommy Boland taking the snaps, Thomas McAuley, Michael Haass with big runs wearing down the Titan front line and linebacker core leading to Thunder touchdowns by Grant Molloy, and by Griffin Minuto. Aiden Magnotta supplying the extra point, and Garden City was showing the results of strong coaching in a well-executed bounce back performance.
Runners from Garden City and all over Long Island are cordially invited to be part of the 18th annual edition of Long Island Blood Services Rob’s Run, a 5 Kilometer cross country run, which will be held on Sunday, Nov. 28, at Stillwell Woods Park in Syosset.
The run will start promptly at 9:15 on the morning of Nov. 28. Registration and number/shirt pickup will be at the Center for Developmental Disabilities, on South Woods Road directly adjacent to Stillwell Woods, from 7:15 to 8:45 a.m.
Rob’s Run will once again be sponsored by Long Island Blood Services and will be staged by the Greater Long Island Running Club under the direction of co-Race Directors James Murray and Sue Fitzpatrick, who are hard at work putting the finishing touches on this individual and team competition that has become Long Island’s premier cross country event and a great way to enjoy the beauties of Stillwell Woods.
The very popular Peewee Sports Sampler program is being offered this fall at St. Paul’s. In this six-week program, your child will get a taste of a different sport each week as the Recreation staff takes them through some fun skills and drills. Children, ages 4-5, who are residents of the Village of Garden City are invited to register for this fun program. The cost of each six-week session will be $75. Classes will be offered according to the following schedule:
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, or Thursdays at 1:30 p.m.
Thursdays at 10:30 a.m.
To register for this program, please visit the Recreation offices at 108 Rockaway Ave. Please note – children must be 4 years old by the start of the class in order to attend.
CSEA Nassau Local 830, Nassau County’s largest public service union with 10,000 members, is holding their First Annual 5K Run/Walk on Sunday, Oct. 31, at Nassau Community College in Garden City. They have partnered with the Jorge Posada Foundation for Craniosynostosis and CAPPS (Craniosynostosis and Positional Plagiocephaly Support Inc.) Hundreds of runners and dozens of sponsors have already confirmed participation.
Craniosynostosis is a condition in which one or more of the sutures of an infant’s skull prematurely fuse. Surgery is the only treatment for this. Positional Plagiocephaly is when the sutures are open and early diagnosis and treatment are important to avoid further deformity. One in every 2,000 infants are affected by Craniosynostosis and one in every 350 by Positional Plagiocephaly.
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