With Memorial Day and Allen Park news, the Town of Oyster Bay had a busy week. Next week will be even busier with special waste disposal days and making sure your kids have an active summer. See what you missed this week in TOBAY and mark your calendars using our To-Do List below.
This Week in the Town of Oyster Bay:
The New Allen Park Will Take a While to Complete Bidding and other issues combined with the scale of the project will make the saga a long-running one. Work will likely not be completed until 2014.
TOBAY Gets Patriotic for Memorial Day
Thousands of residents marched and cheered Monday in celebration and remembrance of American heroes. Tanks , officials marched and , blasts from the past , a knight , and a .
Town Makes Park Pup-FriendlyTown Supervisor John Venditto said adoptable dogs from the Town of Oyster Bay Animal Shelter will attend the opening of the 50,000 square foot dog park.
TOBAY To-Do List
Baseball & Softball Skills Program Begins
TOBAY kids will join around the baseball and softball diamonds for the first time Monday for the Outdoor Youth Baseball & Softball Skills Program. Call TOBAY Parks and Recreation at (516) 797-4125, ext. 5, for more information.
Town of Oyster Bay Board Meeting
TOBAY officials meet for their bi-monthly board meeting. Highlights from the agenda include resolutions for in Massapequa and news about the new .
When: Tues., 10 a.m.
Residents can bring their bank statements, credit cards, tax bills, and other sensitive documents to be shredded. For the Homeowner Clean-Up, Where: Old Bethpage Solid Waste Disposal Complex
When: Sat., 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Sign Up Now for Summer Sports Camps
Beaches aren't the only kid-friendly activity this summer in TOBAY. The town is now accepting registrations for TOBAY tykes to take part in summer sports camps.
For kids who want to do anything and everything, try the Multi Sports Camp. During the weeks of Aug. 13 to 17 and Aug. 20 to 24, kids will receive technical training in a wide range of sports including basketball, baseball, field hockey, and badminton. The half day program offers technical training in 10 different sports for kids ages five to 14, while the full day program offers 15 sports for children ages six to 14. Multi Sports Camp is held at in Massapequa and in Farmingdale.
For the little ones, try the Sports Squirts Camp. Children ages three to five will be introduced to soccer, t-ball, basketball, and more in a safe and structured environment. Like the Multi Sports Camp, Sports Squirts takes place Aug. 13 to 17 and Aug. 20 to 24 at Allen Park and John. J Burns Park.
Future golf stars will love the Golf Sports Camp at John J. Burns Park. Children will learn the basics of golfing through the Starting New At Golf program (SNAG) while increasing confidence and technique. The camp will run July 16 to 20 and will have three separate sessions, including ones for kids ages three to five and five to eight.
For more information on getting your child into TOBAY's youth sports programs, visit the US Sports Institute website or call them at (866) 345-BALL.