Courtesy of Kidfriendly DC
RDU Tennis, the largest tennis management service based in North Carolina, launched its tennis program for children in Washington, DC, nearly two years ago with summer camps at Washington Trinity and American Universities. The program has been such a hit here, they are now offering spring clinics for kids and adults as well as Spring Break camp this year. Even better, you have a chance to win a week of camp for your child in the latest KFDC giveaway!
The follow are details on the clinics and camp:
Spring 2017 Clinics
Saturdays, March 25 – May 6 (6 classes – no class Easter Weekend, April 15)
Grades K-3: 10:30am – 11:30am
Grades 4-8: 11:30am -m12:30pm
Trinity Washington University
Sunday, March 26 – May 7 (6 classes – no class Easter Sunday, April 16)
Adult beginner: 2-3pm
Grades K-3: 3-4pm
Grades 4-8: 4-5pm
Spring Break Camp at Trinity Washington University
RDU Tennis Spring Break camp is offered as full day 9:15am – 5:30pm or half day 9:15am – 1pm. Activities include instructional tennis, basketball, soccer, volleyball, yoga, arts & crafts, and monitored swim time by RDUTennis staff and lifeguards.
Dates: April 17-21
Fees: $225 for full day option, $125 half day
(daily drop-in fees are available pro-rated)
Drop off period is 8-9:15am, and programming begins at 9:15am sharp.
Pick-up period is 1pm for half-day, and 4-5:30pm for full-day. Extended care until 6pm is available for $25 prior to camp.
For more information about RDU Tennis programs, and to sign up your child (or yourself), visit the RDU Tennis website.
* * * * *Giveaway:
For a chance to win a week of Spring Beak Camp ($225 value) for your child at Trinity Washington University April 17-21, simply leave a comment below – bonus chance to win for entering on the KFDC Facebook page
, too. To be eligible, you must like RDU Tennis on Facebook
. This giveaway will run through February 8, 2017, then a winner will be drawn at random and notified shortly thereafter. Good luck!
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by RDU Tennis LLC, however, I only promote programs, services, and events that I genuinely believe in and think would appeal to KFDC readers.