Youth Programs

The Enfield Community Council co-sponsors the Enfield Elementary Basketball Teams with the Enfield Volunteer Fire Department.

The Girls and Boys team each have a 3rd and 4th grade team and a 5th grade team. The coaches for the Girl’s Teams are Kyle Ellis and Brendan O’Brien and the Boys Team are Jaimy Allen and Matthew Stalher.  Practices started the week of December 11th.  Games start on January 20, 2018.  Please come to some home games at Enfield Elementary School, 20 Enfield Main Road, to support Enfield Youth.

Enfield Girl Basketball Schedule 2018

Enfield Boy Basketball Schedule 2018


Youth Programs

Enfield School Age Program

20 Enfield Main Rd     (607) 274-2368

Colleen Mckenzie, Director     Vera Howe-Strait, Assistant Director

The School Age Program site is the Enfield Elementary School. The hours of operation are M-F 2:00 – 5:30, following the school district calendar.

The Program was established as a not-for-profit in 2001 with a parent volunteered Board of Directors. The goal is to provide after school care (occasionally full day care) for and assist in the maintenance and support of the children of the Enfield school community. Its mission and purpose is to provide resources, services, education, outreach and advocacy for the children and parents served by the School Age Program. The program includes a variety of materials and play equipment to promote cognitive, educational, social, cultural, physical, emotional and recreational development.

Tompkins County Cooperative Extension Rural Youth Programs

Eric Carter
Enfield Youth Program Educator
607-272-2292 ext. 226

Recreation Partnership of Tompkins County
Contact: Carolyn Tschanz– Coordinator, Community Youth Services Address:
320 West State Street, Ithaca, NY 14850
Phone: (607)-274-5310 Email:

Recreation Partnership Board Report to the

Enfield Town Board 3/7/17

2/28/17 meeting update:

Welcomed new representatives

Remember that the Town has the option to appoint an alternate that will have voting powers, if I am not able to attend.

Elected new officers

Remember that the Town has the option to appoint an alternate that will have voting powers, if I am not able to attend.

Elected new officers

Program Updates

New IPlay book is out on 3/10/2017.  Registrations for late spring and summer programs begin on that day.  Website is

Parks master plan – there is a survey on-line if you wish for your voice to be heard.  We are trying to get as many people as possible to take this survey on parks.  Please follow the link below,

Agreement Planning –  Reminder that there will be a new agreement for 2018-2022 –

We will review the current agreement at the next meeting and propose changes.  The updated document will be shared with Towns and with TCOG.

Next meeting 3/28/17 at 5 PM.

Recreation Partnership is an inter-municipal partnership that allows Enfield youth to participate in many recreational programs offered by Ithaca Youth Bureau at reduced costs. These recreational programs allow youth to meet new fiends, learn new skills, and have positive new experiences in well-supervised appropriate activities.

The Recreation Partnership is a cooperative endeavor by ten municipalities within Tompkins County. This unique alliance is one of the largest in the state. The Ithaca Youth Bureau Recreation Division is the program provider. The Tompkins County Youth Bureau gives planning and financial coordination. The contributions of the county and the participating municipalities help keep programs affordable and accessible.

You are automatically a member if you are a resident of the City of Ithaca, Town of Ithaca, Towns of Caroline, Danby, Dryden, Enfield, Groton, Newfield, Ulysses (including students who attend Trumansburg Schools) or the Village of Lansing, so you pay the first fee listed throughout Recreation program information.


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