Sledding In Great Neck

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sledAfter the snowfall, grab your sled and head over to the corner of Red Brook and Kings Point Roads where you will find Sled Hill in Kings Point Park. Sled Hill does not operate until after a snowfall has ended, for safety reasons.

It is open from first to last snowfall during the winter season from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on holidays, weekends and snow-related school closings; 3 to 5 p.m. on school days. If you prefer, there are more than five acres of trails for hiking and cross-country skiing in Kings Point Park.

Only Park District residents with a valid park card will be admitted to all parks and facilities in the Park District. For more information call 516 482-0355 or visit www.greatneckparks.org .
omical and scientific background of this uniquely American craft. Ninety percent of this program takes place indoors. Meet at Great Neck House at 1 p.m. Register by Jan. 8 by calling 482-0355. Children under 16 years old are not permitted to attend.

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