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Thursday, October 23, 2014
Rockville Centre News and Events, Week of Dec. 20
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Ms. Lampert is a freelance artist, a member of The National Association of Women Artists, the Art Students League of New York, and the Alliance of Queens Artists. Living in Valley Stream, she often takes inspiration from the many parks, fountains, and sunsets and often includes scenes from her neighborhood in digital imagery and photography works.Lampert studied at the School of Visual Arts and at the Fashion Institute of Technology. She currently studies with the Art Students League and the Salmagundi Art Club. Ms. Lampert’s work has been widely displayed in museums, exhibits, and libraries across Long Island.

At the

Rec Center

111 N. Oceanside Road

(516) 678-9338 or 9339

Informational flyers on all activities are available on the village website at www.RVCNY.us. Call (516) 678-9338 for recreation schedules and fees or visit the village web site, www.rvcny.us

Winter Wonderland Sports Day on Dec. 24

On Dec. 24, kids in grades 2-5 will play foam hockey, kickball and other games. Children from kindergarten to first grade will have a "Just for Fun Day, including rope swing, trampoline and Tumble. Fee for both programs is $12. The programs begin at 10:45 a.m.

Annual "Holiday Games"on Dec. 26

On Dec. 26, the Rec Center will host a day of nok-hockey, basketball shooting and other games for students from Kindergarten to 5th grade. Fee is $12. The program begins at 12:30 p.m.

Crafts and Candy on Dec. 27

On Dec. 27, the Rec Center will teach kids from kindergarten to 5th grade how ice cream is made and sample freshly-made ice cream at the local Five Pennies Creamery. The program begins at 10:45 and the fee is $10. There will also be a holiday craft activity for kids in the same grades with sessions beginning at 11 a.m. or at 12:30 p.m. at a fee of $10. There will be an informal gymnastics workout for girls, grades 1st through 6th, with prior gymnastics experience. Sessions for grades 1st-2nd begin at 9:45, while the later grades begins at 11 a.m. Kids will also be able to take a trip to the Chocolate Works in Valley STream to make chocolate creationso n the 40 foot enrobing machine. The kids will also be able to tour the factor and a pizza lunch is included. It is for grades 1st through 6th and it begins at 12:30 p.m. The fee is $25.

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