Calling all Juniors! 

Our junior lessons have been launched with great success and now it is time to take those new skills to game format.  We have set this new block of time aside to introduce and get juniors on the courts to play competitive singles and doubles matches. Depending on attendance we are going to try and get everyone 2 matches. We want to try and advance everyone's skills in a fun game format!

Junior Matches - Starting May 23 @ 10:30am-1:00pm: If you're interested in coming out to play competitive matches, we'd love to have you! It may take us a few weeks to assess skill level but come on out and start playing. To register, click on Junior Matches

Junior Drop In - Starting May 23 @ 6pm-8pm:  We want to expose everyone to tennis so here's another great opportunity for juniors! What we will be offering is games and some basic instruction in this new time slot. We are going to be having themed days (bring a mom, bring a dad) each week which will be updated on our website. Because we want to grow and increase awareness of our great sport, each week we would encourage all juniors to bring a friend to the drop in, whether they play tennis or not! To register, click on Drop-in Tennis

Learn to Coach!  Are you interested in becoming a tennis coach? Are you in high school and need some volunteer hours? Come out to volunteer some time on Saturdays from 6-8pm. If you are interested, call or text Greg Stoltz at 905-252-2277 or email him at Lessons@RHLTC.ca  To register as a volunteer, click onVolunteer.

Please feel free to share this email with your friends and family or anyone who might be interested in attending the free drop-in session on Saturday nights from 6-8 pm.

Greg Stoltz

Program Director 


Contact Info

Club Manager: manager@rhltc.ca

Telephone: 905-737-2491

167 Newkirk Road,
Richmond Hill, ON

(We're located at Crosby Park)

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