Adult Sports

For information about our current program offerings see 2017 Fall Program Guide

INCLEMENT WEATHER NOTE:
If Livingston Schools are closed, there are no league or open play activities.

ALL ADULT RECREATIONAL SPORTS ACTIVITIES ARE OPEN TO THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUALS:

Resident Fee (R):
1. Anyone listed on a roster since 1992 = R rate
2. Current Livingston residents = R rate

Non-Resident Fee (NR):
1. Anyone who attended or graduated from Livingston High School or a private school while a resident of Livingston = NR rate
2. Anyone who works full-time, year round (30+ hours/week) for a business in Livingston which pays taxes to Livingston = NR rate

BADMINTON

Open Play Co-Ed Badminton: Open to individuals 18 years of age and older, the program meets on Wednesdays at Mt. Pleasant Middle School Gym from 7:30—10PM beginning in October and ending in May. All open play activities require pre-registration at Senior, Youth and Leisure Services. NO REGISTRATION WILL BE ACCEPTED ON SITE.  This program runs October – May.

BASKETBALL

Men’s Basketball League
Teams must pre-register at the SYLS Office. No registrations will be accepted at the gymnasium. Individuals looking to join a team should contact the SYLS Office at 973-535-7925.  This program runs December through mid March.

Basketball Officials Clinic
An all inclusive course designed to teach rules, rule interpretations, mechanics and techniques of refereeing youth basketball games. Take the clinic for general information and better understanding of basketball or to become a Basketball Official. Qualifying participants may become paid referees for our Recreation Youth Basketball Program.
Instructor:  David Cohen, LHS Head Varsity Basketball Coach

GOLF

Adult/Teen Golf Clinics – Ages: Livingston Men, Women and Children
All children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

Each class will teach the proper mechanics to all levels of golfers. Learn the golf swing and all other basics such as putting, short game, hybrids and woods. Golf Professionals and assistants at the facility will teach all classes. Class size is limited to 16 participants/minimum of 10 on a first come – first served basis.

Contact Lou Ruina at 201-213-1844 or louisruina@yahoo.com  www.louisruina.com. Mail registration to Louis Ruina, 41 Tallmadge Ave Chatham NJ 07928. Register at the SYLS Office with cash or check.

Location:    Millburn Par 3 Golf Course, 357 White Oak Ridge Rd, Short Hills, NJ

Millburn Par 3 Golf Club Memberships – Ages:     18 and over

The Township of Millburn offers to Livingston residents golf memberships to the Township Par 3 Golf Course located in Gero Park on White Oak Ridge Road. Livingston residents can sign up online beginning March 1st by going to http://register.communitypass.net/millburn. Residents can register online or by mail beginning March 1st. If members have their Millburn Photo ID Badge from 2012, they can use the same badge in 2013. If you are a first time Par 3 member, they must register online or by mail and also email or mail in a photo.  For detailed information on the registration process or any questions please call Millburn Recreation Office at 973-564-7095.

FULL MEMBERSHIP
Play permitted whenever the course is open.

LIMITED MEMBERSHIP
Play permitted Tuesday—Friday, 10am—2pm tee times only.

OPEN PLAY PICKLE BALL 

Pickle ball is one of the fastest growing sports in the country. This upcoming paddle sport combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis. Pickle ball is played on a court the size of doubles badminton with a ball that moves at one-third the speed of a tennis ball, similar to a whiffle ball. The net is similar to a tennis net. Pickle ball was invented as a backyard pastime that can be played in doubles or singles and is now an organized sport throughout the world. The United States Pickle ball Association estimates more than 100,000 active players in the U.S. alone. NO REGISTRATION WILL BE ACCEPTED ON SITE.  This program runs April through June. For more information please contact the SYLS Office at 973-535-7925.

SOFTBALL

Men’s Softball Leagues: There are six divisions of A.S.A. sanctioned men’s slow pitch softball offered.

Men 18 and over — M1, M2, M3 & M4

Men 35 and over — MA & MB

All teams are competitive within their divisions.  Registration is by team only.  Individuals without a team may contact the Senior, Youth & Leisure Services Office for information about starting a new team or possible placement on an existing team.  This program begins in Mid April and finishes in August.

Women’s Softball Leagues: There are two divisions of A.S.A. sanctioned women’s slow pitch softball offered.

Women 18 and over — W1

Women 35 and over — WA

All teams are competitive within their divisions.  Registration is by team only.  Individuals without a team may contact the Senior, Youth & Leisure Services Office for information about starting a new team or possible placement on an existing team.  This league begins in Mid April and finishes the end of June.

A.S.A Softball Umpire Clinic
MEN & WOMEN 16 & OVER: Become an A.S.A. certified softball official

An excellent opportunity for additional income officiating the Recreation, High School and College softball games An all inclusive course designed to teach rules, rule interpretations, mechanics and techniques of umpiring Fast and Slow Pitch Softball. Join for general information and better understanding of Softball, the world’s largest participant sport, or to qualify as an umpire. Qualifying individuals will be eligible for A.S.A. National Certification through a local chapter.

Instructor:  M. Bruce Kaufmann, A.S.A. District Commissioner; A.S.A., N.J.S.I.A.A. & N.J.B.C.S.U. Certified.  Co-sponsored by the Livingston Chapter of A.S.A. and Livingston Senior, Youth & Leisure Services.

TABLE TENNIS

Open Play Co-Ed Table Tennis
Open to individuals 18 years of age and older, the program meets on Tuesdays at Northland Community Center from 7:30—10PM begining in October and ending in May. All open play activities require pre-registration at Senior, Youthand Leisure Services. NO REGISTRATION WILL BE ACCEPTED ON SITE.  This program runs October through May.

TENNIS (summer only)

Adult Tennis Lessons – Ages: 18 and over
Beginner and Intermediate Classes offered

Professionals will provide Tennis instruction for Livingston adults at Heritage tennis courts.  In the event of rain, make-up classes will be added to the end of the sessions if possible or on another day or evening the following week. Morning classes may be held inside—space permitting. One unopened can of USTA approved tennis balls must be brought to the first class. Registration is limited to 10 per class session. No refunds for missed classes.

VOLLEYBALL

Men’s Volleyball League

Teams must pre-register at the SYLS Office. No registrations will be accepted at the gymnasium. Individuals looking to join a team should contact the SYLS Office at 973-535-7925.  The League begins in October and continues in March.

Women’s Volleyball League

Teams must pre-register at the SYLS Office. No registrations will be accepted at the gymnasium. Individuals looking to join a team should contact the SYLS Office at 973-535-7925.  The League begins in October and continues in March.

Green Streaks Power Volleyball Program

The program serves as an instructional Volleyball Clinic for Boys and Girls grades 7-12, and adult women interested in learning the skills required for playing Power Volleyball.  The program is devoted to learning the power volleyball skills through drills and matches.  Training and practice sessions meet Tuesdays from October through April. Opportunities for weekend tournament play.