Sports & Recreation

Sports & Recreation 10.13.22

32nd Annual American Legion Post 1489 Golf Outing

Sat. Oct.15 2022 Frear Park Golf Course

Price $ 120.00 per person,includes -18 hole scamble w/cart,Lunch @ the course @ 11.00 (Park Pub),Shotgun Tee off @ 12;00,Two beverage chips included per person,Barbecue Dinner ( Giulano’s Catering) following golf back at the Legion w/ 1 hour of draft beer and soda.Prizes,giveaways,raffle,auction and plenty of laughs.

Sign up @ the Legion 111 Main Ave. Wynantskill or call Bill McGuirk @441-0013.

If you don’t have a foursome sign up and we will match you up.Proceeds to benefit Sons of The Legion Veteran and youth charites.

Kailey’s Course Golf Tournament

14 year old Kailey Paul was recently diagnosed with brain cancer. As you can imagine this has taken a toll on Kailey and her family both emotionally and financially. All the money raised will go towards the expense for the the family’s stay in NYC and offset the cost of medical bills while she is going through radiation and chemotherapy. 

Burden Lake Country Club

Saturday, October 29th 

11pm Registration/lunch

12pm Shotgun start 

5pm Dinner and Awards

$125 per golfer / $500 foursome/$40 dinner only

To register please call Lynda Martin at 518-817-3185 / email lynda_martinahip@> 

Laura Ratigan at 518-528-1157 or email at

Tuesday Treks

12:30pm – 2:30pm Every Tuesday

Join Len Tremblay on a moderately paced 3 mile hike every Tuesday in October to explore the wilds of Dyken Pond Center. Each week we’ll discover new ground and nature. Hikes will be cancelled in bad weather. Pre-registration required. This program is for adults and older teens.

Muddy Boots Trail Crew

9:30am – noon October 17 and 31

Join our newly formed trail crew to clear trains, enjoy the outdoors and meet new friends. We’ll be meeting twice per month to do light trail work to keep Dyken Pond’s 11 miles of trails in good shape through the year. Come often or when you can. Option to bring your lunch and have a cup of coffee, tea or hot cocoa when we’re finished.

Firewood Gathering Volunteer Day

Saturday, October 22: 9am – noon

An annual event to help the Center cut, gather, haul, split, and stack enough firewood to last the winter. We’ll treat all hardy volunteers to a free lunch for your efforts. Please pre-register by Thursday, October 20 so we can plan enough food for everyone.

Staying on Track

Saturday, October 29: 1pm – 2:30pm

This beginner navigation class will build your skills using a compass and trail map and cover methods of finding your way when you are without traditional tools. Feel more comfortable hiking in the woods and exploring new areas. Know what you would do if you ever find yourself confused in the forest. For families and youth aged 10 and up. Preregistration required. $5 per participant.

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