RECREATION NEWS  - Fall 2019 | Winter2020

The Town Parks & Recreation Department is dedicated to offering quality recreation programming and first-class park and beach facilities for our many residents and visitors. 

Please take time to look over the Fall 2019 | Winter 2020 Brochure

Registration for all Parks & Recreation programs is now available by mail, in-person, online, or by phone. ALL major credit cards accepted.

Register Now, Classes Beginning Soon!
Our online registration website can be found at


Kristen Doulos,
Director of Parks and Recreation
Town of Southampton Parks & Recreation Office
6 Newtown Rd., Hampton Bays, 11946  or call 631-728-8585.


Instructor: John Tocco   
Place: Lodge at Squiretown Park, 62 Red Creek Rd., Hampton Bays

If you always wanted to play guitar but haven’t gotten the opportunity to learn, this class could be perfect for you! In a fun group environment, this class will be focusing on basic chords and scales, strumming patterns and other integral basics needed for advancement as a musician. A guitar is needed for this class


This class will be somewhat different from the guitar classes, as it is specifically geared towards musicians interested in writing their own songs! Classes will focus on writing lyrics, rhyme schemes, song forms and composing chord progressions and melodies. We will be writing and working on original songs while also looking at songs written by famous songwriters such as The Beatles, Paul Simon, Joni Mitchell, Carole King, Bob Dylan, Elton John, Billy Joel and more! Guitarists, vocalists and pianists are strongly encouraged to attend!

Please see page 10 for details

Guitar program 1x1

Cornell Cooperative Extension

Marine Programs

Instructor: Cornell Cooperative Extension Marine Program Educators
Place:  Tiana Bayside Education Center, 89 Dune Rd., Hampton Bays


Students will be led on explorations by CCE Marine Program staff to learn about the habitats and the marine life in our local environment. With the knowledge and inspiration gathered during our field experiences and talks students will then have the opportunity to create their own piece of art work with the guidance of local artist Carolyn Munaco. Dress for a mess! 

With Tiana Bay and the Atlantic Ocean as a classroom, students dive deep into the biological, ecological, physical, chemical and geological processes that govern our oceans and planet Earth. Specific topics include the marine biology of local organisms, food web dynamics, water chemistry and water quality testing,  oceanographic sampling techniques, waves and tides, exploration of local marine habitats and scientific experiments. Throughout the program students will gain an appreciation for the significance of local marine culture and the ways in which humans rely on and impact our waters. Students will receive a certificate of completion that may be helpful in obtaining future internships and marine science opportunities. 

Participants will learn about the day’s topic through outdoor and classroom exploration. Armed with the inspiration from what was discovered and studied, students will then create their own art project. Dress for a mess! 

Please see pages 6 & 7 for details

The Cornell Arts & Science programs
We offer a wide variety of

Dance, Fitness, Workout, Acting & Movie Making Classes

There are tons of recreational activities that people of all ages, can take part in and enjoy with friends and family members. 
Please see pages 8-17 for details
Exercise programs
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