Ski and Ride Club continues to accept registrations.  Please contact Recreation for information.


Registrations will be accepted at the first practices:

Saturday, Nov. 5

  • 4th – 6th grade girls   9 – 10:30 lower lementary gym
  • 4th grade boys   10:30-12   upper elementary gym
  • 5th grade boys   12 – 1:30 HS gym
  • 6th grade boys   1:30 – 3   HS gym

Saturday, Nov. 12

  • K – 1st   10 – 11 lower elementary gym
  • 2nd – 3rd  11 – 12  lower elementary gym

Registrations will continue at either of the open gym times listed below.  

The K-3 program meets Saturdays for about an hour and a quarter.  The participants will practice basic skills and learn the rules of the game.  Emphasis will also be on physical development and coordination as well as listening skills and team building.  Age appropriate balls and basket heights will be used.  Each kindergartener and new participants will receive a new basketball appropriate to their age group.  All participants will receive a reversible jersey.  Towards the end of the season there will be some opportunities for competition, especially for the 3rd graders.

The 4th – 6th grade program continues player development as well as introduces a schedule of games competing with towns around the area. 4th graders and those new to the program will receive their next size basketball.  Personal reversibles will be provided as needed. Practices will be Saturdays and weeknights (6:30 – 7:45) and Saturdays.  Girls teams and boys teams will play games on Saturdays with the possibility of some weeknights toward the end of the season.

  • Saturday 10/22 and 10/29 … 8 am 4/5/6; 9 am 2/3; 10 am k/1 all at lower elementary gym

A practice schedule will be posted for all groups as soon as gym times have been approved and secured.  Practices should start beginning Saturday, Nov. 5.  Registration forms are available onsite or can be printed by clicking on the link below.

Newfield Recreation Registration Form 2014 updated


Welcome to the Town of Newfield Recreation Department.

We offer a variety of recreation opportunities for the community, and we are always looking to expand and improve our offerings.  Almost all of our recreation programs are held on Newfield Central School District grounds or inside the school’s facilities. Without the support from the school district many of our programs would not be possible. In any community, communication is key.  Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any ideas, questions or concerns by using the contact information at the bottom of this page.

Adult wellness programs will continue with open basketball in the HS Gym on Monday and Thursday evenings starting at 8 pm and Adult open volleyball on Wednesdays.  Tai Chi, a program of the Taoist Society of Ithaca, will be on Mondays and Wednesdays  in the elementary school room 68 beginning at 4:45 pm.  Yoga Dance with Deb DeLorenzo, also weekly, meets on Tuesdays in room 68 of the elementary school from 5:15-6:15 pm.  Deb may be reached at  and classes will begin 9/16  Thursdays will be present Zumba Gold from 5:30-6:15 in room 68.  For further information please contact Cindy Hoffman, Instructor, at 607-592-8699 or or Reid Hoskins, Recreation Director, at 220-3461 or

More information on all these programs and answers to any recreation questions concerning our community may be found in our online catalog (being updated as of August), or by contacting the Recreation Department (information at the bottom of the page).



Our department  thrives on community support. Support comes in multiple forms: grants, fundraising efforts, donations, as well as volunteering. Volunteers make our recreation department happen, and we are always looking for new volunteers to help with rec programs.  If you would like to volunteer to participate, lead or coach please contact us.  
The Newfield Recreation Department is proud to have the support of the United Way of Tompkins County 
Newfield Recreation Department Mission: The Newfield Recreation Department enhances the quality of life in Newfield, NY by advocating for the recreation and leisure needs of the community, providing a year-round offering of inclusive and sustainable program opportunities, and promoting social, mental, and physical well-being in a manner that emphasizes cooperative community spirit and fun
Contact: Reid Hoskins, Recreation Director at 607 220-3461 or 607 564-9981