Things To Do In Greenlawn


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  • Esteem Wellness & Fitness
    In one way or another, Janine Friedman has always been involved in fitness?practicing Pilates, training clients, and serving as a fitness coordinator for local Girl Scouts. "Movement has always been a part of my life," says Janine. "It gives me purpose, focus, and happiness all at once, allowing me to share the positive and healthful benefits with others.? Pulling from her passion and years of experience, Janine opened her own private training studio?Esteem Wellness & Fitness?where she continues to teach classes alongside a team of certified instructors. Reflected in the studio's mirror-lined walls and cushioned by its carpeted floors, coaches guide students through the poses of Vinyasa yoga and Pilates and the high-intensity cardio and strength-training exercises of conditioning classes. The studio even offers a Jedi Training program for kids?in which instructors guide youngsters in meditation and peaceful problem solving?along with youth and teen yoga classes, in which students learn techniques that enable them to avoid geometry class by neatly tucking themselves into their lockers?an ironic use of geometry.
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    45C Broadway
    Greenlawn, NY US
  • Beau's Bar
    Come to Beau's Bar to grab an American classic with a side of fries. You won't find fare that's low in fat here Beau's Bar is the perfect place to indulge. Watch the game with fellow fans to get the full sports experience. Surround yourself with the wonderful weather at your next night out at Beau's Bar. Beau's Bar also features live music and dancing. At Beau's Bar, diners can easily find street parking or parking in a nearby lot. Cyclists are in luck. Beau's Bar provides bike parking. Beau's Bar is creating dishes any foodie will love at around $30.
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    54 Broadway
    Greenlawn, NY US
  • Gold Medal Gymnastics Centers
    Gold Medal Gymnastics promotes physical fitness and character development in a wide variety of children's gymnastics classes. Since 1973, the fully outfitted facilities have provided training programs for youngsters ages 9 months to 18 years, regardless of experience or skill level. During recreational classes, students can master anything from the pommel horse and trampoline to vaulting and floor routines. Age-appropriate training improves strength, flexibility, and motor skills while teaching values such as perseverance and self-confidence. Additionally, the certified instructors train competitive gymnastics teams for boys and girls of varying age levels.
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    266 E Pulaski Road
    Greenlawn, NY US
  • The Piano Studio for Kids
    Diane Garetano's school—whose curriculum covers piano as well as other instruments—was an immediate success in the first year. She was renting space to accommodate her ever-expanding student body and the pianos that kept sprouting extra keys. Today, The Piano Studio for Kids imparts instrument skills at two locations. The school also has evolved in terms of technique, with instructors now incorporating even more methods built on fun, structure, and positive reinforcement. Once a year, students may elect to show off the fruits of these labors, with admission free of charge at a recital culminating in certificates, gift bags, and applause.
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    52 Broadway, Suite 1
    Greenlawn, NY US
  • Vanderbilt Museum
    William K. Vanderbilt II enjoyed traveling around the world, but never so much that he got distracted from his true passion: the sea. He collected marine specimens on his journeys?along with other artifacts?to one day display at his Long Island estate. His collection's first 1922 iteration was aptly called Hall of Fishes. But in the almost-century since then, it's expanded into a museum complex that's home not only to marine life, but to other artifacts of modern history. Size: 43 acres of waterfront land; 30,000+ artifacts. Permanent Mainstay: the historic, Spanish Revival-style mansion, whose 24 rooms feature intricate ironwork and antique furnishings. On tours, visitors also take in what elite family life was like in the first half of the 20th century. Eye Catcher: The rolling lawns. The mansion is surrounded by acres of manicured flowers and greenery that looks especially lush in summer. Hidden gem: Animal species Vanderbilt discovered himself. Keep an eye out for them in the museum. Don't Miss: the Planetarium, a modern addition. On its 60-foot dome, visitors can watch recreations of landmark celestial events, such as Orion trying on belts at the space-mall.
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    180 Little Neck Road
    Centerport, NY US

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