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The City of New Orleans

Mayor Mitchell J. Landrieu

Behrman Recreation Center

 

2529 General Meyer Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70114 map
Recreation Center (504) 364-4092
Center Manager: Terry Jordan
Athletics Site Facilitator: vacant

Behrman Stadium Supervisor: Tyrone Casby 

Mascot: Eagles
Colors: Green & Gold

Hours of Operation

REC CENTER
Monday through Friday 4-9pm
Saturday 9am-4pm
Sunday 2-6pm
 

POOL  click here for class schedule
June 1 - September 6
Monday through Friday 8am*-6pm
Saturday  9am-4pm
Sunday 2-6pm

* 8-9am Lap Swim only

Amenities

  • Indoor basketball court
  • Multi-purpose rooms
  • Library for young readers
     

For details about team athletics, please click here. 

 

Activities & Classes

Basketball Free Play — Youth ages 5-16
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 4-6:45pm
Saturday 9am-2pm


Basketball Free Play — Adults 17+
Monday 1-4pm and 8-9pm 
Tuesday 1-4pm and 8-9pm 
Wednesday 1-4pm and 8-9pm 
Thursday 1-4pm and 8-9pm 
Friday 1-4pm and 8-9pm 
 

Volleyball Free Play — Youth ages 5-16
Tuesday and Thursday 4-6:30pm

Volleyball Free Play — Adults 17+
Tuesday and Thursday 6-8:00pm 

 

Fit NOLA Hula Hooping
Tuesdays 10:30-11am

 

Fit NOLA Zumba
Thursday7-8pm

 

Adult Exercise with Teddy Harkness
Mondays & Wednesdays 7-8pm
Drop in anytime on this fun and invigorating and fun class!  Teddy Harkness, the jovial instructor, leads the class through cardio moves and core strengthening exercises.  Participants are encouraged to go at their own pace.   

Read Mommy, Read (schedule below)
This program provides parents the opportunity to spend quality time promoting literacy with their loved ones. In addition, it allows young minds the opportunity to develop strong literary skills while engaging with peers. Early afternoon programming includes parents reading to toddlers, while late evening offers more structured programming to school aged kids inclusive of: quiet reading, oral book reports, book making, storytelling, poetry reading, short story writing, and creative writing with explorations in hip-hop.

Story time includes invited guests to read stories to the kids. Oral book reports will occur after all kids have spent one hour in quiet reading. Book club occurs when a book is identified and three or more people decide to read that same literature. All participants contribute a short story towards the printing of one book in bookmaking. We have a section of poetry which is visited weekly and poems are selected and read by students to the other youth, following is a discussion about the poetry. Students are encouraged to submit their own poetry as well.  Creative Writing with explorations in Hip-Hop is encouraged in conjunction with poetry.

Tuesday 5-8:15pm        
5:00-6:00     Quiet Reading or Book Club (alternates)    
6:05-6:30     Oral Book Reports
6:35-6:45     Restroom/Water Break                          
6:50-7:20     Story Time (alternates with Poetry Reading/Rap,  
                   Book Club, Group Discussions, and Book Development)
7:25-7:45     Discussion Period     
7:45-8:15     Book Shelving/Housekeeping
 

Thursday 5-8:15pm        
5:00-6:00     Quiet Reading or Book Club (alternates)    
6:05-6:30     Oral Book Reports
6:35-6:45     Restroom/Water Break                          
6:50-7:20     Poetry Reading/Rap (alternates with Story Time, 
                   Book Club, Group Discussions, and Book Development) 
7:25-7:45     Discussion Period     
7:45-8:15     Book Shelving/Housekeeping

Friday 5-8:15pm         
5:00-6:00     Quiet Reading or Book Club (alternates)    
6:05-6:30     Oral Book Reports
6:35-6:45     Restroom/Water Break                          
6:50-7:20     Poetry/Rap/Book Development (alternates with Story
                   Time, Book Club and Group Discussions)
7:25-7:45     Discussion Period     
7:45-8:15     Book Shelving/Housekeeping

Piano Lessons
Monday 3:30–7:45pm; Wednesday 2:45-5:45pm; Friday 3:15–5:15pm 


NORDC/NOBA Center for Dance

Learn more about the New Orleans Ballet Association here.

Twilight Dance Camp June 1-25, 2015

Evening classes as an extension of NOBA’s year-round, tuition-free dance programs. For more information about after-school dance classes, please contact Susan Bensinger at sbensinger@nobadance.com  or 504-522-0996, ext. 207.

Register Tuesday, May 19, 5-7p
Tuesday & Thursday (must attend both days)  Ballet
4:30-5:30pm Primary (ages  6-8)
5:30-6:30pm Level 1 (ages 9-11)
6:30-7:30pm Level 2 (ages 12-18) 

 

Senior Dance Fitness ages 55+  --Relocated for the summer!

Monday and Wednesday  10:30am-12:30pm 
FEDERAL CITY AUDITORIUM

2485 Guadalcanal St. (Algiers)
Class Description:  Stretching, cardio and dance, fun music, and healthy eating and lifestyle education. Other program features include performance opportunities, access to special master workshops, social events, and $5 tickets to select NOBA Main Stage presentations. 

Details:  Registration ongoing. Start anytime. Blank forms are available from the instructors or
download here. Comfortable dance or exercise attire is recommended.  Bring a yoga or exercise mat. (A few are available to borrow on a first come basis.) Schedule is subject to change. Classes filled on a first come, first served basis. For more information about Senior Dance Fitness, please contact Susan Bensinger at sbensinger@nobadance.com  or 504-522-0996, ext. 207. 

 
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