Waterloo Community Center

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OPEN GYMS REOPENING ON 3/22.
MONDAYS – FRIDAYS, 2-5 PM ONLY

REQUIRED UPON ENTRY:

  • MASKS
  • TEMPERATURE CHECKS
  • COVID SCREENING FORM
  • HAND SANITIZING

Youth Kickball Program – 2021

For Boys & Girls age 4 (as of May 1, 2021) through current Kindergartners

Practices begin in mid-May with games on Saturday mornings in the month of June.

Fee: $20.00 Due by Friday May 7th.

Please mail completed registrations and payment to: Waterloo Community Center, 41 W. Main St., Waterloo, NY 13165, or drop off at the Waterloo Community Center.

Any questions please call 539-5309.

2021 KICKBALL REGISTRATION

COVID Screening Questionnaire 4-29

Boys Lacrosse Open Gyms Grades K – 5

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Location: Waterloo Community Center

Dates & Times: 

Grades K – 2:  Thursdays, 6pm – 7pm, Starting 2/25

Grades 3 – 5:  Tuesdays, 6pm – 7:30pm, Starting 2/23

*Times subject to change           Fee: This is a free program

Please mail completed registrations to: Waterloo Community Center, 41 W. Main St., Waterloo, NY 13165, or email to: waterloorecreation@rochester.rr.com

Any questions please call 539-5309.

CLICK HERE FOR A PRINTABLE REGISTRATION FORM

CLICK HERE & PRINT THE: Waterloo Community Center COVID Screening Questionnaire

New Outdoor Ice Rink!

We are happy to announce the addition of an outdoor ice rink this winter. It will be located on the field behind the Rec (old Little League field) adjacent to the paved access road. Please keep in mind that it will be a natural rink that is dependent on weather conditions for ice quality. To begin making ice, we need an extended forecast of below 32 degree daily high temperatures with 3-5 days to establish a solid base. Your patience is appreciated. Once ice is established, the quality and safety of the ice is determined by weather factors, patron use/abuse and/or maintenance issues. OPEN signs will be posted when the ice rink is deemed safe and usable. We will also put updates on our website and the Village of Waterloo Facebook page.

Hours: (subject to change)

Weekdays: 1:30pm – Dusk

Saturdays/Sundays & school vacations: Noon – Dusk

*Ice rink will be supervised and will only be open during specified times.

Ice Rink Rules:

  • Open to residents of Waterloo, Fayette, and Junius.
  • No hockey sticks, balls, pucks, or other misc. objects.
  • No food or drinks on the ice.
  • No smoking, vaping, alcohol, or offensive language.
  • No pets.

The use of the ice rink is at your own risk. By using this ice rink, participants are acknowledging that there are inherent risks involved in the activity of ice skating and are voluntarily assuming those risks.

The following health and safety protocols are required:

  • Wearing of face coverings that cover the mouth and the nose.
  • 6 feet social distancing at all times (except for family members).
  • Health screening form to be filled before use.
  • Temperature checks.

Adult Update:

We continue to offer the following indoor adult recreation activities:

  • Adult Pickleball: Wednesdays, 10am-12pm.
  • Adult Exercise Class instructed by Nancy Lee: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 

           1pm – 2pm (No classes on 12/24, 12/29, & 12/31).

  • Open gym for Walking: Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, 

10am – 12pm (Closed on 12/24, 12/25, & 1/1).

The following health and safety protocols are required to participate:

  • Wearing of face coverings that cover the mouth and the nose.
  • 6 feet social distancing at all times.
  • Washing hands and/or using hand sanitizer before and after activities.
  • Health screening form to be filled out upon entry to the facility.
  • Temperature checks.
  • No handshakes, high fives, or fist bumps.
  • No socializing before, after, or between games/activities.

Youth Update: 

  • The Waterloo Community Center remains closed for open gym and other youth activities at this time.

 

The Waterloo Community Center and Village of Waterloo continue to closely monitor the ongoing COVID-19 health crisis when deciding on recreational opportunities, and appreciate your patience. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Mike Slywka at 315-539-5309.

Regular Hours

Regular Open Gym Hours (during the school year)
Weekday Afternoons: 2-5 p.m.
Mon. Thurs. nights: 7-9 p.m.
Friday & Saturday nights: 7-11p.m.
“Summer Open Gym Hours (July & August)
Friday & Saturday Nights: 7-11p.m.
Playground and Spray Park (open June Sept., 9 a.m. – 8 p.m.)
*hours may vary by season please call for programming information.

The Waterloo Community Center offers the following programs each year:

Year Round Programs:

Community Center Regular Hours – The Community Center is open to all students every weekday from 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.. Nightly hours vary by season. Sundays we are closed (due to scheduled group activity). We offer a gym, 2 pool tables, ping pong tables, bumper pool table, video games, TV with VCR, Blue Ray, Air Hockey, Electronic Darts, Foosball, 70″ Widescreen TV with Surround Sound, and a central sound system

Click here for Facility Usage Agreement

Community Center usage by outside groups – The Community Center is available to interested outside groups for meetings, activities, etc. on a first come, first serve basis. Groups such as Seneca ARC, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Little League, Vince Lombardi Football, and the Red Cross Star Organization, have used the Community Center in the past for various activities.

Adult Aerobics – Program runs year-round on Saturday mornings
from 7:30 a.m.- 8:30 a.m.

Pickleball – Wednesday mornings, 10 a.m.-12 p.m, Sept. – June & Thursday nights, 6-9 p.m., April – November.

Low Impact Excercise Class – Fall-Spring, Tuesdays & Thursdays 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Dances – Dances are held occasionally throughout the school year for students in grades 6 – 12

Movie nights periodically throughout the year on weekend evenings.

The Community Center periodically offers daytrips to events such as Yankee games, Bills games and more.

Spring Programs:

Outdoor Jr. Lacrosse – Program for boys and girls grades 3 – 6. Program runs April – June.
Kickball – program for children age 4 through current kindergartners. Program runs in May and June.

Summer Programs:

Click here for a “Generic” Registration form

The Spray Park will not be open to the public during the Summer Play Program from  July 8 – August 9.

Summer Play Program – A free program offered to boys and girls grades K – 6 at the Community Center. Activities include sports, games, Arts/Crafts, field trips and fun!

Trevor’s Gift Backpack program is available during our Summer Play Program. Food pickup is on Thursday afternoons.
Reading Program for grades 3-6 (in the fall) is during the first 4 weeks of our Summer Play Program.

Fall Programs:

Fall Jr. Soccer – Program is for boys and girls grades 1 – 6. Program runs August – October.

Winter Programs:

Adult Coed Volleyball – Program for adults 18 and over (and must be out of high school). Program runs from November to April. Non-competitive league runs Wednesday nights & competitive league runs Thursday nights.

Waterloo Community Youth Basketball – Basketball program offered to boys and girls in Grades 2 – 6 Program runs from November to February.

Boys and Girl’s travel Basketball – Basketball program offered to boys in grades 3 – 8 Teams travel to various communities and participate in league and tournament play. Program starts in November and ends in March.

Boys Rec Ball – Basketball program aimed towards those not fortunate enough to make a school basketball team. Program runs from December to February.

Indoor Boys Lacrosse – This is an instructional program for grades 4 – 6.

Pee wee Wrestling – Program for boys and, occasionally, girls ages 7 – 14. Program runs from December to April.

Indoor Soccer League- For boys and girls grade 1-4.