Community Center

The Community Center consists of the Anne Zusy Youth Center and the Patrick A. Mancuso Senior Center, both located on the lowest level of Village Hall. 

Events Calendar

Contact: 
Deanna Schablik, Recreation Aide 
The Community Center Reception Desk 
Telephone: 201-670-5500, Ext 301. 
dschablik@ridgewoodnj.net

The Stable Recreation Office 
Telephone: 201-670-5560 


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The Community Center Advisory Board
The Board consists of a minimum of seven members; their mission to review operational policy and procedure guidelines for the new Community Center facility. This group also reviews facility amenities, budget expenditures, senior and teen program ideas, special events and alternative programs for alcohol-tobacco and other drug prevention through the Bergen County Municipal Alliance.

Name Position Phone
Deanna Schablik Recreation Aide 201-670-5500;301

Community Center News

SPECIAL SENIOR EVENTS

National Older Americans Month - "Engage at Every Age!" - May 3rd
A Community Health Talk with Dr. Thomas Perls, Author of: Living to 100: Lessons In Maximizing Your Potential At Any Age - May 17th

SPRING MIDDLE SCHOOL MIXERS

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 6TH GRADE MIDDLE SCHOOL MIXER, Friday, April 20, 2018, 7:30 to 9:00pm
7TH/8TH GRADE MIDDLE SCHOOL MIXER, SOCK HOP, Friday, April 27, 2018, 7:30 to 9:00pm

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EARLY SPRING SESSION ADULTS AND SENIORS AT THE COMMUNITY CENTER

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Join Ridgewood Parks and Recreation for the early spring session of classes to be held March and April at the Community Center.  Find details in the following link:

Spring 2018 Adult Programs at the Community Center     Registration Form

MIDDLE SCHOOL FITNESS - TEENS ON THE MOVE

 Fitness

Teens on the Move - Open to Boys and Girls Grades 6 thru 8
A weekly outlet that aids in ongoing growth, a pursuit of good health, optimal fitness, wellness and nutritional understanding and practice.  Maintaining one's health and fitness during adolescence is critical to growth, intellectual and physical development and self-esteem.  Find all details in the link below.

MIDDLE SCHOOL FITNESS - TEENS ON THE MOVE
 

MIDDLE SCHOOL COOKING - TEEN CHEFS IN TRAINING

EAT RIGHT

TEEN CHEFS IN TRAINING WITH HEALTHBARN USA AT HABERNICKEL
The program transforms teens into adventurous healthy eaters by encouraging their culinary skill development both at the Barn’s fully equipped kitchen and at home!  Open to all middle schoolers grades 6 thru 8.

MIDDLE SCHOOL COOKING - TEEN CHEFS IN TRAINING
 

5TH GRADE STEPPING UP CELEBRATIONS

Ridgewood Parks and Recreation welcomes 5th graders to come see what the Community Center has to offer with an ice cream social and pizza to celebrate their promotion to middle school.  Details in the following link

BF MIDDLE SCHOOL STEPPING UP - Friday, May 11th, 6:30 to 7:30pm 
GW Middle School Stepping Up - Friday, May 11th, 8 to 9 pm 

Please call the Community Center, ext 301 for more information or if special accommodations are needed.

SENIOR ASSISTANCE - KEY CONTACT INFORMATION

The following link provides key telephone numbers for senior assistance including available benefits, minor repair assistance, transportation, senior programs, housing, Community Meals, heating and cooling costs, et al. 

Important Telephone Numbers for Senior Assistance

RENTAL OF THE COMMUNITY CENTER

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Use of the Community Center is available for meetings, special events, and family parties. Please download the application for detailed costs and policy information.
Community Center Use - Rental Application/Details

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