Medusa Little Laxers Program is coming to the Wantagh for this first time this Fall for Girls & Boys Ages 3 to 8!
Due to popular demand, Medusa Lacrosse, the Garden City & Roslyn community’s premier, go-to youth lacrosse program is expanding to the Wantagh/Massapequa/Merrick area. The Little Laxers program has introduced thousands of children ages 3-8 to the sport of lacrosse and helped nurture a love and passion for the game. Medusa is run by the Fiore sisters who were both 4 year starters on the G.C. High School Varsity Lacrosse Team and went on to play collegiate Division 1 level lacrosse at Princeton and Boston College. The program is known for its energy, positivity, creativity and ability to break down all the core concepts and fundamentals into fun drills and games that are challenging, competitive and appeal to those children who are hesitant to try a new sport.
All Practices Held in Garden City & Tournaments/Games Held on Long Island
Medusa Lacrosse, the Garden City community’s premier, go-to youth lacrosse program offers the more committed player an elite travel team.We are just wrapping up our fifth summer season of elite team competition and our parents have been gracious enough to sum up our program quite nicely:
The Latest Blockbusters Available for Viewing in Sensory-Friendly Environment
Showcase Cinemas, a world leader in the motion picture exhibition industry, announced the launch of Sensory Sensitive Screenings, a new monthly program that offers accommodations for movie-goers who may find a trip to the cinema overstimulating. Beginning on July 7th at select Showcase Cinemas across MA, RI, NY and OH, guests with sensory sensitivities will be able to relax and enjoy the latest movies in a comfortable setting with reduced sensory inputs.
IKEA in Hicksville is celebrating Summer with some wonderful events for the kids.
Not only are they providing some FREE Family Fun for their IKEA FAMILY card members but, they are giving back to our community. Did you know that on any given night there are 2,000 children in homeless shelters in Nassau and Suffolk counties? “At IKEA, children are the most important people in the world, so IKEA looks to support programs that make a difference in the lives of the many children. For this reason, IKEA Long Island is partnering with Long Island Coalition for the Homeless to donate 500 backpacks to homeless children. We are also doing a school supply drive throughout the month of July to fill those backpacks.”