RevSports-Tennis class SkillStars (Ages 9-12)

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Description

We're sorry, but this activity is over. The last meeting was Wednesday, July 24, 2013.

RevSports-Tennis focuses on various aspects of the game and understanding some of the rules. Each practice will involve a lot of practice swinging the racket and returning balls over the net. Every player needs to provide their own racket. If you would like to borrow a racket to try-out sizing during the first class, contact park or RevSports directly. This SkillStars class is a non-competitive foundational skills program for players to advance their individual skills in a class environment. Kids are at different levels, but activities and instructions are created for players at all levels. MPRB partners with Revolutionary Sports to provide this activity. RevSports is directed by nationally licensed Coach John Richardson and staffed by experienced, trained, professional coaches that understand that value of age-appropriate sports instruction. Unique curriculum was developed for age appropriate creative instructions. Class begins with a warm-up, followed by a fun active game, and always end with an age-appropriate scrimmage. Come join the fun, improve your child's skills, boost their confidence, and help build your participant?s interest with an important sport foundation! For more information visit www.RevSports.org.


No Class July 3

Activity

RevSports-Tennis class SkillStars (Ages 9-12) #27181

Price

Standard charge: $13.50
Activity Fee - Resident: $31.50 If Resident for Standard
Activity Fee - Non-Resident: $47.25 If Non-resident for Standard

Type

Tennis

Meeting dates

From June 19, 2013 to July 24, 2013
Each Wednesday from 6:45pm to 7:30pm

Meeting time

6:45pm to 7:30pm

Department

Longfellow Rec Center

Age Category

Youth (18 and Under)

Activity Category

Sports

Status

7 openings remaining

Ages

At least 9 but less than 13

Gender

Coed

Location

Longfellow Courts

Season

Summer 2013

Term

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