Community Leisure


    Trips with Leisure Travel Services
    • Radio City Christmas Spectacular —Tuesday. Leave West Point at 1 p.m., leave NYC after the show.
    You have been waiting a whole year for this! Enjoy this iconic Radio City event with family and friends. Orchestra seating, 5 p.m. curtain. Second show is Tuesday, December 11, leave West Point at 4 p.m., leave NYC after the show. Orchestra seating, 8 p.m. curtain. There is a nominal transportation fee for these trips and shows. For details and reservations, call 845-938-3601.

    Part Day Preschool Openings
    Spaces are still available in the Stony Child Development Center Tuesday and Thursday session of Part Day Preschool. Class hours are 9 a.m.-noon.  The program utilizes the Creative Curriculum to facilitate the development of social, emotional, literacy, fine and gross motor skills. Read More


    CYS Services Needs Sports Coaches
    CYS Sports is looking for coaches for our following fall programs: JBK travel soccer, youth hockey, recreational volleyball and recreational soccer. For information on dates and times, call 938-8525.

    Wee Ones Open Play Group
    Wee Ones Open Play Group welcomes children (infants through 4 years old) and a parent from 9:30-11 a.m. every Monday at the Youth Center Gymnasium, Building 500, across from West Point Schools. It is a time for the children to play, learn and make new friends.
    Pre-registration is not required. There’s always something fun happening at Wee Ones.
    For the most up-to-date details, call Family Advocacy at 845-938-0629 or go to

    Wee Read
    Wee Read welcomes children (infants through 4 years old) and a parent at 9-10 a.m. Read More


    Friday— “Halloween,” R, 7:30 p.m.
    Saturday—“The Girl in the Spider’s Web” R, 7:30 p.m.
    Dec. 14— “Overlord,” R, 7:30 p.m.
    Dec. 15—“The Girl in the Spider’s Web” R, 7:30 p.m.
    For movie details and updated schedules, visit

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  • Keller Corner

    WANTED: Greater West Point-area runners for research study
    Researchers at Keller Army Community Hospital are looking for Greater West Point-area runners to participate in a study testing a wearable shoelace pod for its ability to predict running-related injury risk.
    The project is entitled, “START: Simple Technology Analyzing Running Technique in DoD Beneficiaries.” Participants will be asked to wear a lightweight (13 grams) shoelace pod for six weeks of physical training and running.
    To be included you must:
    • Be a DoD beneficiary (active duty, cadet or family member)
    • Be between the ages of 18-50
    • Run at least six miles per week
    You cannot participate if you are currently on running restrictions or have a history of a pregnancy in the last six months. Read More

  • BBC Lifeworks

    Letters to Santa: Write a letter and then drop it in our very special North Pole mailbox at 126 Washington Road before Tuesday, Dec. 18, for a guaranteed delivery to Santa before Christmas.
    We will make sure it gets to the “Big Man” at the North Pole just for you. Make sure to check your mail box for your letter back from Santa, please include your age, gender and address.

    Help Decorate our Wall of Warmth:  Bring new mittens, hats, gloves and scarves to help decorate our Holiday Wall of Warmth. Make the holidays special for someone in need and feel good by doing it. We will be collecting donations at B126 until Dec. 20. We are counting on each of you for the success of this heartwarming event for local families in need during the holiday season. Read More

  • West Point Command Channel: Channels 8/23

    For the week of Feb. 1-8
    Army News watch
    Thursday, Friday and Monday-Feb. 8
    8:30 a.m., 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. Read More

  • Religious Services at West Point

    Religious Services POCs

    USMA Chaplain—Col. Matt Pawlikowski at 938-3316.

    Garrison Chaplain—Lt. Col. David Jacob at 938-6717/2003.

    Catholic Community Chaplain—Maj. Ken Bolin at 938-3721/8760.

    Jewish Community Chaplain—Capt. David Ruderman at 938-2766/2710.

    Protestant Community Chaplain—Lt. Col. Brett Charsky at 938-0585/3412.

    USCC Brigade Chaplain—Lt. Col. Harold Cline at 938-0585/3412.

    Website to access services:

    Religious Services

    Assembly of God—Sunday, 10 a.m. at 134 Old State Road in Highland Falls.

    Church of Christ—Sunday, 10:30 a.m. at the Cadet Interfaith Center, Bldg. 147.

    Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints—Sunday, 10 a.m. at Thayer Hall, Room 144.

    Eastern Orthodox—Sunday, 9 a.m. at St. Martin’s Chapel in the Cadet Chapel.

    Episcopal—Sunday, 10 a.m. at the Church of the Holy Innocents in Highland Falls. Read More

  • September is Thyroid Cancer Awareness Month

    September is Thyroid Cancer Awareness Month.

    Thyroid cancer is commonly diagnosed at a younger age than most other adult cancers (most frequently diagnosed among people aged 45-54). Nearly 3 out of 4 cases are found in women.

    The American Cancer Society’s most recent estimates for thyroid cancer in the United States for 2017 are 56,870 new cases of thyroid cancer (42,470 in women, and 14,400 in men).

    Thyroid cancer is the most rapidly increasing cancer in the U.S., and is highly treatable if detected early.

    The most common symptom is a growth (called a “nodule”) on the thyroid gland located on the neck near the Adam’s apple area.

    These nodule(s) can become larger in a short amount of time. Commonly, people see or feel the nodule themselves. Read More

  • By the West Point Band

    The West Point Band’s Music Under the Stars summer concert series continues with the sixth annual “Dancing Under the Stars” at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 5 at Trophy Point Amphitheater. In the event of inclement weather, the performance will take place at the Riverside Cafe in Eisenhower Hall.

    This concert is free and open to all.

    Put on your dancing shoes, grab a partner, and head on down to Trophy Point to join West Point Band’s Benny Haven’s Band as they boogie woogie along to your favorite dance hits.

    For this special event, Trophy Point becomes the Hudson Valley’s most scenic dance floor as the band invites you to the stage to Dougie, Mashed Potato or Foxtrot the night away to a diverse set list that features the best of swing, disco, Latin, country, funk, hip hop, Motown, and more. Read More

  • Prepare for the eclipse

    There will be an eclipse Aug. 21. The eclipse will begin in our area at 1:23 p.m., eclipse maximum at 2:44 p.m. and end at 4 p.m. For West Point and the surrounding area, it is only a partial eclipse, about 77% totality.


    If you want to view the eclipse safely, you have three options:

    1. Obtain or build a pinhole viewer.

    2. Get a pair of ISO and CE Certified Solar Eclipse glasses. Some may be found online.

    3. View the eclipse through a telescope with an appropriate solar-viewing capable filter.


    The Department of Physics and Nuclear Engineering will be located on the West Point Plain to share a small number of pinhole viewers. D/PaNE is streaming the eclipse live on Facebook at Read More

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