Fall Tennis Lessons

2017 Fall Tennis Lessons

Small group setting provides plenty of instruction time and activity. Rookies and beginners both participate in fun, age-specific activities. Older participants grouped by age and skill level. Balls provided; bring a racquet. USPTA Pro Scott Enge teaches. Class ratio 8:1.

Quickstart: Ages 5-6

263063-03        Sa        9:15-10:00A           9/9-10/14             BVN                           $82/$103NR

Youth Beginner: Ages 7-10

263063-01        Sa        10:00-10:55A          9/9-10/14            BVN                          $82/$103NR

Youth Beginner: Ages 7-10

263063-04        Sa        11:00-11:55A           9/9-10/14            BVN                          $82/$103NR

Right Sized: Ages 11-15

263063-02        Sa        11:00-11:55A           9/9-10/14            BVN                          $82/$103NR



2017 Fall Youth Tennis League

For youth tennis players who played in the summer league or would like to play in a more competitive atmosphere than tennis lessons. To play in league, players must be able to serve 6 balls consecutively into the proper service court and rally 10 times in a row. Summer BVRC JTL players are automatically accepted into this league. There will be six 75 minute lessons of drills and coached play. USPTA Pro Scott Enge directs the program.

Ages 8-16

263063-05        Sa        12:00P-1:15P           9/9-10/14         BVN                         $103/$129NR


Hours of Operation

Activity Center
6545 W. 151st Street

Monday - Friday: 6:00A-9:00P
Saturday: 7:00A-7:00P
Sunday: 12:00P-7:00P

Rec Center at Hilltop (RC)
7720 W. 143rd Street
Monday-Friday: 5:30A-10:00P
Saturday: 7:00A-8:00P
Sunday: 10:00A-7:00P

Sports Complex Office (SC)
9701 W. 137th Street

Monday-Friday: 8:00A-4:30P

Administrative Offices
6545 W. 151st Street

Monday-Friday: 8:00A-4:30P

Vision Statement:

"Enriching Lives, Strengthening a Spirit of Community"

Mission Statement:

"We will champion community and personal growth through dynamic lifelong recreation experiences."