Malverne Little League 6 Hempstead Ave, Malverne, NY11565 Malverne Little League provides baseball lessons and practice to young members of the community. It offers a number of…More teams and divisions that promote athleticism, fitness, teamwork and sportsmanship.
Whelan Field is comprised of two Little League baseball diamonds, a snack stand and a small patio area. The field is…More named after former village trustee Robert Whelan, who was influential in establishing the Malverne Little League in 1952. Many of the league's baseball and softball teams use Whelan as their home field.</p>
<p>Whelan Field underwent renovations in 2003, thanks in part to the New York Mets, who donated $20,000. In 2006 the league dedicated a space near the fields' on-deck circles to honor Peter Sluka, a Malverne resident who devoted much of his time to the Little League program. The Malverne Civic Association also holds an annual Labor Day picnic on the field.</p>
Malverne Village Hall 99 Church St, Malverne, NY11565 When Malverne became an incorporated village in 1921, a village hall was created on the second floor of an office…More building in the middle of town, which now houses a branch of Bank of America. After World War II, a beautiful Village Hall was erected not far from the center of town, where it stands today. Located inside are the mayor's office, the building department, the village court and meeting spaces. Residents can come here to get permits for parking, building and even hosting block parties. Village Board and Architectural Review meetings are held here each month, and community groups such as seniors, the Malverne Little League, the Youth Board, and the Girl Scouts gather here often.
Harris Field Lexington Ave & Hempstead Ave, Malverne, NY11565
Harris Field comprises a baseball diamond, a playground and a basketball court. The Malverne Little League uses this…More park as its home playing field for many baseball and softball games. During league games, volunteers operate Mike and Sparky's Place, a refreshment stand located near the baseball diamond.</p>
<p>The field is named after William Harris, who served as mayor of the village of Malverne in the 1940s during WWII. Harris was known for creating the Malverne War Council and encouraging support of the U.S.O. and Red Cross, and when the war ended, he focused on improving recreational facilities in the village.</p>