April Vacation – Tennis Week
A fun way to spend April Vacation! Tennis instruction and match play opportunities with a variety of daily activities to engage and challenge kids of all ages. Intended for youth 6-12 years old (5 year-olds accepted with older sibling registration.) For more information, please call 617-427-8900 or send an email to email@example.com.
Registration and payment are due by April 15th.
Registration and payment are due by April 15th. Deposits of $25 can be made at any time to reserve your child’s spot and are non-refundable. If full payment is not made by the due date of April 15, your deposit may be forfeited and your slot given to a child on the waiting list.
All payments made are non-refundable.
Registration fees include morning snack, lunch and afternoon snack. Please ensure that your child has breakfast each morning because we have a very active day.
*ANY DIETARY RESTRICTIONS MUST BE LISTED ON YOUR REGISTRATION FORMS.
Congratulations to all the FPTA campers who participated in the Mayor’s Cup Tennis Tournament last week for taking the opportunity to demonstrate what you have learned on the tennis courts, to support your fellow players and to show good sportsmanship.Â Kudos to the players who took 1st and 2nd place trophies and Hank for earning the Good Sportsmanship Award!
(pictured left to right)
Matajah Turner – 2nd Place, Girls 8 and Under
Jahdaya Franklyn – 1st Place, Girls 8 and Under
Bryan Bailey – 2nd Place, Boys 10 and Under
Emelia O’Gilvie – 1st Place, GirlsÂ 10 and Under
Charles “Hank” Newton – Sportsmanship award
Carson Goings – 2nd Place, Boys 8 and Under
Testing By MAD
FPTA Walkers meet each Tuesday at the Shattuck Grove Tennis Courts in Franklin Park to take a weekly stroll around the park. The route of the walk will change to expose walkers to different areas of the park and are designed to improve our health, build endurance and have fun. The weekly walks will run from April 1st to June 24th from 6 – 7 pm.
Our walk leaders, Kate King and Dawn Morse, have these thoughts to share:
We’ve been having a wonderful time walking around the Park,Â getting to know each other better while we enjoy this great spring weather.Â Â Clear evenings so far!Â Good exercise for both fast walkers and those who preferÂ toÂ be more leisurely.Â Come and join us!
– Kate King
What a great turn out for our second meeting of the FPTA Walkers! Â We had more than 20 people show up to begin their fitness routine for improving their health and lifestyle. Â Each participant was given a reflective armband and an FPTA Lanyard. Â We started as a group and after about 3 minutes of walking we stopped and did a 3 minute stretch which everyone enjoyed. Â We continued to walk some at a faster pace than others and met back at the end for some additional stretching. Â All along the way people go back and forth meeting new people, talking to others and catching up with friends. We had a lot of fun! Â We finished with water and clementines.
– Dawn Morse
The NeighborWalk program, a program of the Boston Public Health Commission, encourages Boston residents of all ages to be physically active by providing support for organized walking groups.Â To find other walking groups in your area, click hereâ€‹.Â
So, you are not an artist? Neither were we before we tried paint night with FPTA!Â The artist, Lucilda Dassardo-Cooper, took us through each stage of the painting until we had a complete rendition of the original artwork. Each of our paintings were unique and showed our own perspective and talent.
Our next Paint Night will be announced soon and we do hope you will give it a try! If you would like to be added to the list, just send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will make sure to contact you.