PRESS RELEASE – 11/20/19
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: KENMORE & TOWN OF TONAWANDA READY TO CELEBRATE THE HOLIDAYS
Join Santa for breakfast at 9:00am on Saturday, December 14 at the Town of Tonawanda Senior Center on Ensminger Road. The festive family event includes a light breakfast, reading of “The Night Before Christmas” by Mrs. Claus, live entertainment provided by Saxman Slim, and a picture on Santa’s lap. “We love seeing how excited the kids are to visit with Santa; it’s a great family event,” says Dan Crangle, Councilman and Chairman of the Youth, Parks and Recreation Committee. The cost is $5 per person (children 2 and under free). Registration is open at the following Town of Tonawanda Youth, Parks & Recreation facilities through December 9 (or until sold out): Main Office at 299 Decatur Road, Aquatic and Fitness Center at 1 Pool Plaza, and the Senior Citizens Center at 291 Ensminger Road. For more information, please contact the Senior Center at 874-3266.
Where getting a strike is a good thing!
Ages: Grades K-8
Fall Session Dates: Wednesdays, September 18-November 20, 2019
Winter Session Dates: Wednesdays, January 29-April 8, 2020 (no bowling on February 19)
Location: Classic Lanes, 1840 Military Road, Kenmore
Cost: $55 per person (includes 2 games of bowling each week for 10 weeks, shoe rentals, a special gift, and a pizza party on the last day)
Space is limited! Pre-registration required. Registration opens July 30 for the fall session.
In-person: Youth, Parks & Recreation office (299 Decatur Road - open Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:00pm), Aquatic & Fitness Center (1 Pool Plaza - open Monday-Friday 6:00am-9:00pm, Saturday 8:00am-6:00pm, Sunday 9:00am-5:00pm), or the Senior Center (291 Ensminger Road - open Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm)
By mail: Youth, Parks & Recreation department, 299 Decatur Road, Buffalo, NY 14223
Participants are placed on a two-person team.
Bumpers (BP) are for kids in Kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade only.
Group A: Grades K-4. Participants are placed on a three-person team.
Group B: Grades 5-8. Participants are placed on a three-person team.
Children in grades 5-8 may bowl in group A if they wish to bowl with someone younger or have never bowled before, however students in grades 1-4 may not bowl in group B.
Nicole Fields, Recreation Coordinator
Join us for a fun filled weekend January 16-20, 2020! Highlights include free ice skating, fireworks, live entertainment, wine tasting, free swimming, hockey games, softball tournament, food trucks, chili tasting, hay rides, magic shows, straw maze, and much more!
The Town of Tonawanda’s Youth Parks & Recreation Department looks forward to the possibility of your Business Becoming a Corporate Sponsor, Lets Work Together to Build Your Business and Our Programs! If you are interested in more information click on the link below.
No, you don’t, although residents will pay a reduced as compared to non-residents. Aquatic and Fitness Center
You must be 60 years old to join. Senior Citizen Center
The temperatures are approximately 82, 84 and 102 degrees, respectively.