Spins Gymnastics Academy 600 Bicycle Path, Port Jefferson Station, NY11776 Spins offers affordable half-hour and hour-long gymnastic classes for ages 18 months and up. Classes that are taught by…More competing gymnasts and practicing coaches include basic gymnastics as well as tumbling, open gym, Parkour training and Martial Arts. It also offers family discounts and hosts private parties for both children and adults.
Port Jefferson KinderCare 356 Terryville Rd, Port Jefferson Station, NY11776 KinderCare offers day care as well as pre-school services and before and after school programs. It offers pick-up…More service from some of the local schools and has an experienced staff who go through extensive training. Nutritious meals and snacks are served throughout the day. The center has a strict parent/guardian sign-in procedure as well as keypad access at the main entrance.
Enjoying a luxurious day of being pampered is not just for humans. Despite its cozy location and simplistic…More window front, this full-service grooming salon specializes in all breed cuts, puppy cuts, and hand scissoring for your favorite pet. Trained at the Nash Academy of Animal Arts, this licensed staff of groomers pulls out all the stops to provide your pups with only the gentlest care. Doggy Diamonds also features a wide range of shampoos, bows and bandannas for you to choose from so that your best friend looks his or her best.
Port Jefferson Volunteer Ambulance 25 Crystal Brook Hollow Rd, Mount Sinai, NY11766 The Port Jefferson Volunteer Ambulance Corps is a volunteer and career EMS system that has been protecting the community…More for 53 years. The organization provides emergency medical services to a 16 square mile area of Suffolk County, which encompasses 30,000 individuals. It provides 24 hour response services, operating several ambulances and emergency vehicles. In addition to medical emergencies, it responds to technical rescue as well as providing first response life safety to biological, chemical and radioactive hazards. Volunteers are always welcome and are trained by the Corps.