Lifestyle Classic street games: Stickball, handball and more By amNY.com staff Updated April 26, 2016 3:36 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Brush up on your stickball: It's springtime and the streets are ready! On Saturday, April 30, NYC Parks and Disney are teaming up at Thomas Jefferson Park (114th Street and First Avenue) to bring classic street games back to New York City. Forgot some of the games of your youth? No worries, we have you covered. Here are classic photos of some of the best street games to play in the NYC streets. Details on Saturday's event are available at nycgovparks.org Street Hockey Photo Credit: Newsday Photo / Dick Yarwood Nicholas Mortemagno, 3, of Lindenhurst, Long Island, plays street hockey outside Nassau Coliseum in 1997. Pogo Stick Photo Credit: Newsday Mike Hatcher, 11, right, and his friends took turns using a pogo stick in Central Islip, Long Island in 1998. Double Dutch Photo Credit: Newsday Photo/Julia Gaines Stephon Webb of the National Double Dutch League shows off his moves at the Tribeca Family Festival in 2002. Handball Photo Credit: Newsday Photo/Julia Gaines A lively game of handball in Flushing Meadow-Corona Park in 2001. Stickball Photo Credit: Getty Images / Richard Slattery Michael J. Kormusis of the Whitestone Chiefs gets a hit in stickball league play at Junior High School 185 in Whitestone in 1999. Yo-Yo Photo Credit: Newsday Photo /Paul Adam Bernacchio Paul Adam Bernacchio,12, does tricks with a yo-yo in 1999. Roller blading Photo Credit: Newsday Photo / Sune Woods Rosalba Cituertes,right, laughs as she and Ken Harris of Queens Parks and Recreation,left, help Gladielle Cituertes,6, off the court after in-line skating at Victory Ball Fields in Forest Park in 1999. Skateboarding Photo Credit: Newsday Photo/ Julia Gaines Vadim Rabinovich skateboards around small patches of snow in the center of MacDonald Park in Forest Hills in 2000. Wheelchair basketball Photo Credit: Newsday photo/ Ken Sawchuk David Snowden, right, captain of the New York Rollin' Knicks wheelchair basketball team, gives a talk to participants in the Hoops & Leaders Basketball Camp at the Carmine Recreational Center on Seventh Avenue South in lower Manhattan in 2002. Hula Hoops Photo Credit: Getty Images / Win McNamee First lady Michelle Obama shows off her hula hoop skills. By amNY.com staff Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.