Recreation Parks & Public Property: Commissioner Thomas DiMaggio, Director

Aladdin on Broadway

After years of waiting for the ticket pricing to go down, the Parks and Recreation Department finally acquired tickets to see the Broadway Play Aladdin on Tuesday, June 4th, 2019 at 7:00 PM.  The Tickets for the orchestra seats, including transportation, are $110 each.  We will only accept checks or money orders made out to "The Township of Lyndhurst."  We cannot accept cash.  The bus will leave the Parks Department at 5:00 PM.

Again, there is a limit of purchasing 4 tickets per person for any Broadway show.  Due to high ticket demands, payment is due within one week of reservations or they will be sold to the next person on the waiting list. 

Please call or come to the Parks Department to reserve your seat.

Summer Day Camp

Lyndhurst Day Camp will run from Monday, July 8th through and including Friday, August 16th, 2019.  It is provided to Lyndhurst residents with children in grades Kindergarten through 8th and non-residents with children attending Sacred Heart School in Lyndhurst. Please note: the child must be going into Kindergarten this September and 5 years old by July 25th.

The deadline to register for Lyndhurst Day Camp will be June 7th without penalty.  You will have to pay a $50 penalty from June 8th through June 14th and we will not be taking any registrations after that date. 

Activity booklets will be available at the Parks Department starting Monday, April 15th with registration starting Monday, April 22nd.

Parent & Child Swim Class

The Department of Parks and Recreation, under the direction of Commissioner Tom DiMaggio, is offering a parent and child swim sessions at the Lyndhurst Community Pool!  Sessions are for children from 6 months old to 3 years old and one parent/guardian to get used to the water while singing and playing games.

The half hour classes are given on Saturday’s at 11:00AM until 11:30AM for six weeks from April 20th, 2019.  Registrations will only be taken at the Lyndhurst Parks Department, 250 Cleveland Avenue.  The six-class session will cost $135.  Space is limited to 15 registrants and will be taken on a first come, first accepted basis.