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Tony Dapolito Recreation Center

Carmine St. and Clarkson St., 7 Ave.

Manhattan

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This text is part of Parks’ Historical Signs Project and can be found posted within the park.

[This center was formerly known as the Carmine Recreation Center]

This building is named in honor of Anthony V. Dapolito (1920-2003), a long-time chair of Community Board 2, whose roots in the community and tireless work on its behalf earned him the honorary title, “Mayor of Greenwich Village.”

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Recreation CentersTony Dapolito Recreation Center

Beginning Saturday, June 20, the indoor pool at Tony Dapolito Recreation Center is closed for the summer to make way for the outdoor pool! Free outdoor pools open across the city on Saturday, June 27. We appreciate your flexibility about this change and hope you enjoy the city's outdoor pools!
Anticipated Completion: Summer 2015

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