Please scroll down to see a description our Preschool Programs. For information on registration on any program, please visit our home page during the seasons listed in each description. If there are any questions please call the Recreation and Parks Administrative Office at (516) 465-4075.
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The Recreation's popular Pee-Wee Sampler is designed for 4 and 5 year olds. Each week children will be given an introduction to a different sport, using equipment geared to his/her age level in a non-competitive atmosphere. Classes will run for 55 minutes.
Classes will be held in six week sessions during the winter months. Please note that children must be 4 years old by the start of the class in order to attend.
Our department offers tennis instruction to children as young as four years old. Please visit our tennis program section for further information on these classes.
The Village of Garden City have partnered with The US Sports Institute to offer various programs since 2010! The preschool squirts programs are designed to introduce children aged 2-5 to a variety of sports in a safe and structured environment. All games and activities will encompass hand-eye coordination, balance, agility and movement – all key factors to the early development of children in sport. In addition to having a great time playing sports, children will develop social interaction and communication skills. All sports are developed through a series of games and activities designed to ensure learning and most importantly: fun, fun, fun!
Not sure which is the correct Squirts program for your child? Call US Sports Institute at (866) 345-2255.
Registration is underway for the US Sports Institute spring and summer programs. Spring programs include Parent and Me Soccer, Squirts Soccer, Multi Sport, T-Ball, Lacrosse and so much more for residents ages 2-7. Summer programs are for residents ages 5-14 of all abilities and include Soccer, Multi-Sports, Lacrosse, Field Hockey, Golf and much more! For more information and to register please visit: