Did you know that you can play tennis at one of 184 tennis courts in city neighbourhoods? That includes free and paid courts in Stanley Park! Vancouver's Park Board offers classes to all ages and skill levels all year. Take a lesson, register for a program, or join a drop-in class at a community centre near you.
The Vancouver Tennis Center is now managed by the United States Tennis Association (USTA) Pacific Northwest in a partnership with the City of Vancouver. It remains a public facility with a wide range of programs and events for all ages and ability levels.
Register for recreation programs and services. Our registration and reservation system is easy to navigate and helps you plan, track, and manage all your recreation requests in one place. Online registration is not available for Thunderbird and Ray-Cam Co-operative community centres.
Learn Tennis and Connect with Tennis Players. in Vancouver, BC. Book Lessons. Precision Tennis Social App. Precision Tennis Meetup Group. Contact Us: email@example.com (778) 798-6520.
Started in 2000 by Arlene Clark, USPTA (retired) and Ken Young, USPTA and former Director of VTC, the Arlene Clark "Tennis for Kids" Program is one of the main fundraising activities of the Vancouver Tennis Center Foundation. The scholarship provides financial assistance for group lessons (ages 9-13 years).
Vancouver Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services PO Box 1995 Vancouver, WA 98668-1995. Administrative Offices: City Hall 415 W. Sixth St. Vancouver, WA 98660. Email: parksrecculture @cityofvancouver.us. Phone: Main Line (Administration): 360-487-8311 Firstenburg Community Center: 360-487-7001 Luepke Senior Center: 360-487-7050 Marshall Community ...
A note of hope, written by Gord in 2018. With the deepest of sadness, we said goodbye to Gord on June 30th, 2021 after he suffered a devastating brain aneurysm. On behalf of Gord, we express our tremendous thanks to all those who took and sought lessons through Gord Hauka’s Tennis. Gord’s legacy will be felt for many years to come, in the ...
Adult Tennis Group Lessons in Vancouver?? Alright, so I would like to join group tennis lessons in Vancouver (or Lower Mainland I guess). I am a beginner with some familiarity of the sport as I've played years ago during my schooling but took about a 10 year brake. I am looking into a range of $300-$500 per level.
Each session includes four 30-minute lessons. Click here to see if your address is within Vancouver city limits. Location: Firstenburg Community Center Pool (700 NE 136th Ave.) and Marshall Community Center Pool (1009 E. McLoughlin Blvd.) Fall registration dates: September Lessons Registration opens August 18