Philmont Community Center


Current Programs

2021 Enrichment at the Community Center

The Philmont Community Center sponsored 5 weeks of enrichment activities for 3rd through 6th graders. Educator Abby Langdon from Columbia-Greene ...

Community Center & Playground Redesign Presentation (for neighbors living or working near the Community Center)

Kick-off Presentation: Next Steps in designing a new Community Center & Playground Overview of the BOA-funded design project.How you can ...

Enrichment Activities at Philmont Community Center

Youth ages 8 to 12 years are invited to participate in activities from 3:30 to 5:30 on Wednesdays. See the ...

Greener Pathways Community Office Hours Held Every Thursday 12pm – 2pm at the Philmont Community Center, 14 Lake View Drive

Greener Pathways, a Mobile Outreach Program of Twin County Recovery Services, Inc. is available in Philmont. A Greener Pathways Team ...

Philmont Community Center

Summit Lake Explorers 2021 Thanks to Cornell Cooperative Extension of Columbia and Greene Counties and the Village of Philmont for ...

Thanks to all who provided programs, after school employees, parents and students who participated at the community center this year. We look forward to the next school year.

Summit Lake leader assists children with cardboard boats. After school bird house building at the community center. Philmont Fire Department ...


The community center is always looking for new program ideas. If you have leadership experience and would like to volunteer to provide a program, please contact the director. Many organizations have led community activities here in the past, and we look forward to holding more activities in the future.

Julie Veronezi, Director
PHONE: (518) 672-4849
Email: [email protected]
14 Lake View Drive
Philmont NY

Julie Veronezi has been director of the community center for over ten years. Julie’s great great grandfather was George Philip, one of the founders of the Village of Philmont. Raised on her parents’ fruit farm in Claverack and a graduate of Ockawamick Central School, Julie received a BS and MS in Education from SUNY Plattsburgh and SUNY Albany, respectively. Her career has been dedicated to teaching high school at Taconic Hills Central School, where she continues to work as a substitute teacher. She has also taught child development and psychology at SUNY Cobleskill.

Book the Community Center
  1. Read and sign the Community Center Rental Policy Agreement.
  2. Complete the appropriate application:
  3. Submit both forms to the Village Clerk (in person at 124 Main Street or by email)