BumbleBee Tennis is holding a FREE block party/tennis extravaganza. This is a one day affair to celebrate and promote family fitness and togetherness through tennis activities. Join in the fun for tennis clinics, food and prizes for kids ages 3 and up.
This Block Party is all about promoting community, family, fun and health. They'll have instructors there to provide helpful tips as well as introductory techniques. Each clinic lasts 40 minutes, with everything from Quickstart lessons for kids to a Cardio class for adults. There is also a Family Tennis clinic where parents and kids can participate together.
Parents interested in having their family take part in the Block Party can see the exact schedule and RSVP online at: www.BlockParty.BumbleBeeTennis.com. Walk ups on the day of the event are welcome, though not guaranteed participation as space is limited.
Saturday, August 28
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PS 41 is located at 116 West 11 Street
Manhattan. The entrance to the outdoor space where the Block Party will take place is at Greenwich Avenue and Charles Street.
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