Guide to Winter Programs for Adults and Children

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Our Winter guide! Have a suggestion for a listing on this page? email us and we will add it. 

 

 

 


 

 

 

CONTINUING ED

The Larchmont Mamaroneck Continuing Education program offers enrichment classes and trips for adults within our community. Visit www.LMCCE.org to view the on-line brochure and to register for Fall classes

Scarsdale Adult School has a wide variety of classes for adults of all ages.
Full descriptions of all SAS trips and classes are available on the website www.scarsdaleadultschool.org 914-723-2325

 

 

SPORTS

Public recreation programs

Town of Mamaroneck Winter Brochure

Rye Recreation


Soccer
Westchester Youth Soccer League

offers soccer for children ages 8-18 through 45 member clubs throughout Westchester. The WYSL offers fall and spring travel soccer, a summer Select/ODP program, and individual member clubs offer recreation soccer on a local community basis:

New Rochelle Youth Soccer,  Larchmont Junior Soccer League , Mamaroneck Junior Soccer League, Rye Youth Soccer, Eastchester Youth Soccer, Patriots Football Club

Village of Mamaroneck Winter Soccer Program:  malcolm@Klassicsoccer.com for more information.  For more info contact the VOM office at (914) 777-7767

Hockey

New Rochelle Youth

Baseball
Larchmont Mamaroneck Little League

Basketball
LMBA

Lacrosse
Larchmont Mamaroneck Youth Lacrosse

Womens Lacrosse

Swimming
Rye YMCA

White Plains YWCA


FITNESS AND YOGA (adult)

Equinox of Mamaroneck

Debbie Frank Exercise Studio
Larchmont

One2One BodyScapes

Tread-X at Body Fit, Scarsdale


STUDIO ARTS

The Pelham Art Center  

The Rye Arts Center



ENVIRONMENTAL

Sheldrake Nature Center (www.sheldrakecenter.org ) has interesting programs for children and adults.

 

11 thoughts on “Guide to Winter Programs for Adults and Children

  1. In addition to all the wonderful programs listed, I would like to recommend Prodigy Learning Center as an after school program for any students who assistance in reading comprehension, essay writing, math foundations, test preparation (ISEE, SSAT, ACT & SAT) or college-essay development.[b][/b]

  2. Carolyn,
    A Dance Studio has a few boys, not many, and I think welcomes them. The studio is not strong on ballet, but concentrates instead on tap, jazz and hip hop. If you haven’t chosen a school yet, give them a call and see how many boys are registered for Sept.

  3. Does anyone know of a mens indoor/outdoor soccer league in the Westchester area (preferably closer to New Rochelle) that I can join?

    Thanks

  4. Does anyone know which of the dance schools would be best for a little boy who is interested in dance? (e.g., a dance school that has a few boys and wants them).

    Thank you,

  5. City Center Dance in White Plains offers several classes for various ages. The studios are very nice and provide for open viewing for parents. The staff is very friendly. My daughter is taking a creative movement class and she loves it. I was concerned about selecting a dance school with real dance teachers. The teachers on staff have real dance credentials. So far I am happy with my choice.

  6. yoiu really should include the rock club in here–they are in NEw Rochelle at the Racquet club–they have great after school programs for kids .

  7. Lorna London Ballet has been a Larchmont tradition for over 50 years. Next door to Turtle Park (which is a great place to wait for your ballerina if you have other little ones), it has it’s spring dance recital at Mamaroneck High. Great for traditional ballet, classes taught mainly by Lorna’s daughter, Connie. My oldest daughter has been there for 8 years and my youngest starts this coming fall. It’s the real deal.

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