Youth, adult tennis league, clinics; Sonoma Aquatic Club programs
SONOMA VALLEY TENNIS Association will hold its Fall Quickstart Program for all levels, and junior team tennis league, for boys and girls ages 6-to-12-years-old from 2 to 4 p.m. every Wednesday at the Maxwell Farms Regional Park courts from Sept. 7, through Oct. 12. No experience or rackets are necessary, with the cost being $65 a child for six weeks. Also, the SVTA is offering fall adult and re-entry free clinics at the Maxwell Park courts from 3 to 4 p.m. every Saturday in October. No advance registration necessary. To register for the Quickstart or junior team tennis or for more details contact Lisa Biddle at 803-1707 or email at email@example.com.
SONOMA AQUATIC CLUB (formerly Agua Caliente Aquatic Center) is registering for its final summer and upcoming fall swim programs for ages 3-months-old to adults at the SAC site, 17350 Vailetti Drive. The programs include swim lessons (ages 3-and-older); stroke school (ages 5-and-older, deep-water safe); Sea Dragon swim team (novice/competitive – ages 5-and-older); junior lifeguard camps (ages 7-to-14); parent and tot water classes (ages 3-to-36 months); and adults and masters swim programs. There are also water polo clinics and fall fun-nights for ages 7-to-15 and adult categories. For program descriptions, dates, times, costs, to register or for more details, visit the SAC website at www.sonomaaquaticclub.com or call 939-8833.
SONOMA BOCCE BALL Association has started summer league play at the bocce courts south of the gazebo in Depot Park, with the nine-week league sessions ending on Wednesday, Nov. 2. New members are welcome and anyone interested in joining the bocce club or for more details, call (John) 938-2101, (Ken) 938-2626 or (Ginette) 935-3337.
VALLEY OF THE Moon Pétanque Club continues its monthly tournament and picnic events, and is currently offering free lessons in the sport at the Henri Maysonnave Memorial Courts in Sonoma’s Depot Park on Wednesday mornings at 10 a.m. Anyone interested in joining the VOMPC, or for more details, can call 343-9465 or visit www.vompc.org.