T-BALL: Co-ed program, ages 5-6; designed to teach basics of baseball; 4-6 week season, in June/July. For more information contact Jan Letourneau at 518-297-6921.
BASEBALL & SOFTBALL: Season runs May-July; Players need baseball/softball glove & rubber cleats; Children should play at appropriate age levels for safety reasons. County age levels are: Grasshopper: 7,8,9 - PeeWee: 10,11,12 - Pony: 13,14,15,16 For more information contact Jan Letourneau at 518-297-6921.
TENNIS: Instructional program for ages 8 & up held twice a weekly July-August at the NCCS High School Tennis Courts. Players need a tennis racquet & sneakers. For more information contact Charlene Sample at 518-726-6388 or firstname.lastname@example.org
READING (crafts, singing, dancing): Meets at the Rouses Point Dodge Memorial Library, July/August. For more information contact Library Director Anne Paulson at 518-297-6242.
SWIMMING: Red Cross Instructional program for ages 5 & up; 2 three-week sessions held Monday through Friday, July/August in the NCCS High School pool. (2021 PROGRAM CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19)
TRACK: Guided running program on Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning in July. Two age groups (Ages 5 - 10 and 11-16) at the NCCS High School track. For more information contact Nicci Molinski at 518-298-3674 or email@example.com
STREET HOCKEY: Instructional fundamentals of hockey for ages 5 & up. Held in July at the Rouses Point Civic Center. Players need helmet, stick and soccer-style shin guards. Call Norm Lague at 518-206-4035 (Certified USA Hockey Instructor) for more information. Note: Players times will be notified by coaches AFTER registration deadline.
THEATER: Explore your creativity through voice, movement, improvisation and stage presence for grades 4-9; Program is July/August at the Samuel de Champlain Center Stage. Contact Jason Borrie (Certified Theater K-12) at 518-569-1635 for more information.
Village teams will be combined due to participation numbers & field availability. Returning registration forms on time is important so Clinton County can schedule games. Late registrations will be put on a waiting list for team placement.