Notices for Sunday, Feb 14

Our hours will be from 9:00AM-6:00PM Next week, Monday February 15th--Friday, February 19th during Mid-Winter Break. There will be no registration classes including Make a Mess, Preschool Prep, Karate, Digital Media or Afterschool. Questions? Call 212-766-1104.

Sun, February 14, 2016
AM
9:00
Family Swim (Ends at 12:00 PM)
9:30
MY Clubhouse (Ends at 4:30 PM)
9:30
Tennis Tikes - 3 yrs
9:30
MY Lounge (Ends at 4:30 PM)
9:30
Imagination Playground (Ends at 4:30 PM)
10:15
Tennis Tikes - 4 yrs
11:30
Tennis Aces 5-6 yrs @ Spruce Street School
PM
12:00
Pottery Painting (Ends at 4:00 PM)
12:30
Tennis Aces 7-8 yrs @ Spruce Street School
1:00
MY Open Gym (3 - 5 Yrs)
2:00
Family Swim (Ends at 4:30 PM)
2:45
MY Open Gym (12 Mths - 2.5 Yrs)
3:00
Lap Swim (Ends at 4:30 PM)

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Check out our Winter Center Schedule. Registration is open for Winter Swim Lessons as well as Winter Center Registration Classes.

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Grades 1-8 are invited to join us Friday evenings for a weekly rotating series of activities and themed events. Join Us!

Fall 2015 Basketball Registration is Open!

Registration for the Downtown Basketball League is open, but space is limited, so sign up today!

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Tasty Tuesday — Kugel or Sweet Noodle Pudding
Feb 09, 2016
Snow again in the Big Apple deserves a great comfort food. I thought pasta and sugar are part of comfort foods. This is why I made this sweet noodle recipe. Kugel is a baked pudding or casserole, most commonly made from egg noodles or potato. The name of the dish comes from Germany and was made as a round cake. Nowadays, kugels are baked in square or rectangle pans. The first kugels were made from bread and flour and were savory rather than sweet. About 800 years ago, cooks in Germany replaced bread mixtures with noodles. Enjoy!
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Tasty Tuesdays — Beetroot Cupcakes w/Orange Cream Cheese Frosting
Jan 19, 2016
A lot of vegetables, like potatoes, carrots and zucchini, are used in cakes and breads. But I have not seen a lot of cakes made with beets. I love the taste and the color of this purple root. I decided to use it in this simple cake recipe. I hope you will enjoy it as much as I do
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Baker’s Blog — Birthday Cake: Yellow Butter Cake
Jan 08, 2016

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