Saddle Brook Recreation Center - Rules

Open Gym

Ages 1-12: Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Ages 13-17: No one under the age of 13 permitted in the building, but a parent or guardian may be present.

Ages 18+: Open gym, no one under the age of 18 is permitted in the building.

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Saddle Brook Recreation Schedule

Recreation Center Schedule for May 2024
REMINDER: All dates/times/events/etc. are subject to change

 

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Tiny Tots Open Gym - Mondays and Fridays

 

Welcome to Saddle Brook Recreation

saddle_brook_falconsAthletics play an important part in the life of the township.  Young people learn a great deal from participating in athletics. Lessons in sportsmanship, teamwork, competition and how to win or lose gracefully are integral parts of our athletic program.  Athletic participation also plays an important part in helping children develop a healthy self-concept as well as a healthy body.  Athletic competition also helps children develop pride in their town.

 

Andrew Gallo

Director, Saddle Brook Recreation

 

 

Saddle Brook Recreation Volunteer Background Check Instructions for 2023

Go to www.njsp.org click on Criminal History Records Info, click on VRO and click on Youth Serving Organization Volunteer service code 2F1J3Y. It will take you directly to scheduling an appointment. Please keep in mind B08003 must be put in the contributor's case number box.

If you have any questions, please call VRO.

Volunteer Review Ops
609-882-2000 x2762

Saddle Brook Recreation Department Policies and Procedures

Saddle Brook Recreation Commissioners by Sport

Wrestling: Chris Labrosse
Spirit Leaders: Candi Calderone
Saddle Brook Angels: James and Monica Maniscalco
Football: Amanda Dibella and Jenn Tedesco
Soccer: Marco Villani
Boys / Girls Lacrosse - Tom Mudzinski
Recreation Cheerleading: Liz Accomando and Jill Prins
Softball: Eric Torbic
Basketball: Mike DeVito
Saddle Brook Challenger Baseball: Lou Verile
Coronation Ball: Jennifer Cebulski and Kristin Parisi
Junior League Baseball: Joe Filan
Track and Field: Luis Argueta

recreation_5 recreation_1 recreation_2

Lightning Detection Sysytem

Attention Saddle Brook Residents

For the safety of our residents Lightning Warning Devices have been installed at numerous locations around town. If there is Lightning within 2.5 miles of any detector a 15 second blast of horns will sound. Our devices are equipped with a strobe light. The strobe will operate until the hazard has cleared the area. At that moment the “all clear” horns will sound. The “all clear” horns are three 5 second blasts. The strobe will turn off as well. The detectors will only sound from 8AM -10PM. Any questions please email SBREC@saddlebrooknj.gov.

Saddle Brook Recreation Center - Rules

Open Gym

Ages 1-12: Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Ages 13-17: No one under the age of 13 permitted in the building, but a parent or guardian may be present.

Ages 18+: Open gym, no one under the age of 18 is permitted in the building.

Click Here to Download the Recreation Center Rules

Recreation Center Schedule for January 2024
REMINDER: All dates/times/events/etc. are subject to change

January 2024 Saddle Brook Recreation Center Calendar

 

Welcome to Saddle Brook Recreation

saddle_brook_falconsAthletics play an important part in the life of the township.  Young people learn a great deal from participating in athletics. Lessons in sportsmanship, teamwork, competition and how to win or lose gracefully are integral parts of our athletic program.  Athletic participation also plays an important part in helping children develop a healthy self-concept as well as a healthy body.  Athletic competition also helps children develop pride in their town.

 

Andrew Gallo

Director, Saddle Brook Recreation

 

 

Saddle Brook Recreation Volunteer Background Check Instructions for 2023

Go to www.njsp.org click on Criminal History Records Info, click on VRO and click on Youth Serving Organization Volunteer service code 2F1J3Y. It will take you directly to scheduling an appointment. Please keep in mind B08003 must be put in the contributor's case number box.

If you have any questions, please call VRO.

Volunteer Review Ops
609-882-2000 x2762

Saddle Brook Recreation Department Policies and Procedures

Saddle Brook Recreation Commissioners by Sport

Wrestling: Chris Labrosse
Spirit Leaders: Candi Calderone
Saddle Brook Angels: James and Monica Maniscalco
Football: Amanda Dibella and Jenn Tedesco
Soccer: Marco Villani
Boys / Girls Lacrosse - Tom Mudzinski
Recreation Cheerleading: Liz Accomando and Jill Prins
Softball: Eric Torbic
Basketball: Mike DeVito
Saddle Brook Challenger Baseball: Lou Verile
Coronation Ball: Jennifer Cebulski and Kristin Parisi
Junior League Baseball: Joe Filan
Track and Field: Luis Argueta

recreation_5 recreation_1 recreation_2

Lightning Detection Sysytem

Attention Saddle Brook Residents

For the safety of our residents Lightning Warning Devices have been installed at numerous locations around town. If there is Lightning within 2.5 miles of any detector a 15 second blast of horns will sound. Our devices are equipped with a strobe light. The strobe will operate until the hazard has cleared the area. At that moment the “all clear” horns will sound. The “all clear” horns are three 5 second blasts. The strobe will turn off as well. The detectors will only sound from 8AM -10PM. Any questions please email SBREC@saddlebrooknj.gov.

Saddle Brook Recreation Center - Rules

Open Gym

Ages 1-12: Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Ages 13-17: No one under the age of 13 permitted in the building, but a parent or guardian may be present.

Ages 18+: Open gym, no one under the age of 18 is permitted in the building.

Click Here to Download the Recreation Center Rules

Recreation Center Schedule for January 2024
REMINDER: All dates/times/events/etc. are subject to change

January 2024 Saddle Brook Recreation Center Calendar

 

Welcome to Saddle Brook Recreation

saddle_brook_falconsAthletics play an important part in the life of the township.  Young people learn a great deal from participating in athletics. Lessons in sportsmanship, teamwork, competition and how to win or lose gracefully are integral parts of our athletic program.  Athletic participation also plays an important part in helping children develop a healthy self-concept as well as a healthy body.  Athletic competition also helps children develop pride in their town.

 

Andrew Gallo

Director, Saddle Brook Recreation

 

 

Saddle Brook Recreation Volunteer Background Check Instructions for 2023

Go to www.njsp.org click on Criminal History Records Info, click on VRO and click on Youth Serving Organization Volunteer service code 2F1J3Y. It will take you directly to scheduling an appointment. Please keep in mind B08003 must be put in the contributor's case number box.

If you have any questions, please call VRO.

Volunteer Review Ops
609-882-2000 x2762

Saddle Brook Recreation Department Policies and Procedures

Saddle Brook Recreation Commissioners by Sport

Wrestling: Chris Labrosse
Spirit Leaders: Candi Calderone
Saddle Brook Angels: James and Monica Maniscalco
Football: Amanda Dibella and Jenn Tedesco
Soccer: Marco Villani
Boys / Girls Lacrosse - Tom Mudzinski
Recreation Cheerleading: Liz Accomando and Jill Prins
Softball: Eric Torbic
Basketball: Mike DeVito
Saddle Brook Challenger Baseball: Lou Verile
Coronation Ball: Jennifer Cebulski and Kristin Parisi
Junior League Baseball: Joe Filan
Track and Field: Luis Argueta

recreation_5 recreation_1 recreation_2

Lightning Detection Sysytem

Attention Saddle Brook Residents

For the safety of our residents Lightning Warning Devices have been installed at numerous locations around town. If there is Lightning within 2.5 miles of any detector a 15 second blast of horns will sound. Our devices are equipped with a strobe light. The strobe will operate until the hazard has cleared the area. At that moment the “all clear” horns will sound. The “all clear” horns are three 5 second blasts. The strobe will turn off as well. The detectors will only sound from 8AM -10PM. Any questions please email SBREC@saddlebrooknj.gov.