Nike Tennis Camp at Dwight Davis Memorial Tennis Center
Due to local and state regulations, we anticipate having to reduce our enrollment numbers significantly this year. You can expect a high demand on these first-come-first-serve camper spots, so please be sure to register early.
We offer Full Day (9:00am-4:00pm | ages 10-18) and Half Day (9:00am-12:00pm | age 5-18) camps for kids with All Skills and “10 and Under Tennis” programs.
Full Day Program: The full day program runs daily from 9:00am-4:00pm and is open to players ages 10-18 and will cover footwork/speed drills, stroke technique and serve and volley drills. Afternoons focus on match play and are geared towards intermediate to advanced level players.
Morning Half Day Program: The Morning Half Day program runs daily from 9:00am-12:00pm and is open to players ages 5-18 will focus on stroke technique using fun games and drills.
All sessions are open to players of all skill levels, unless otherwise noted. Upon arrival, all participants are evaluated by the staff so that their own tennis instruction needs can be addressed throughout the week.
- All Skills: Geared towards all ability levels. Includes concentrated work to develop the proper fundamentals and a mix of drilling and match play.
- 10 and Under Tennis: The“10 and Under Tennis” program features the USTA’s successful new teaching format. This is an exciting way kids 10 and under are learning to play tennis as well as compete. The courts are smaller and balls are low-compression so they are easier to hit, allowing kids to get to the ball and develop optimal swing patterns. It all makes it easy and fun for them to hit, play and score from the start, while developing skills that will last a lifetime. Please note: This program is optional and younger campers may opt to play regular tennis on the full courts.
- Full Day: 9:00am-4:00pm | Ages 10-18
- Half Day: 9:00am-12:00pm | Ages 5-18
– June 7-11, July 5-9 and July 19-23 Schedule
- Check-In: All campers check in on Monday at 8:45am at the Pro Shop.
- Half Day Check-Out: Depart at 12:00pm daily
- Full Day Check-out: Depart at 4:00pm daily. There will be a graduation ceremony at 3:30pm on Friday, followed by check out at 4:00pm. Parents are welcome to attend!
- Daily Half Day Schedule: Monday 8:45am-12:00pm, Tuesday-Friday 9:00am-12:00pm
- Daily Full Day Schedule: Monday 8:45am-4:00pm, Tuesday-Friday 9:00-4:00pm
– June 21-24 Schedule:
- Check-In: All campers check in on Monday at 8:45am at the Pro Shop.
- Half Day Check-Out: Depart at 12:00pm daily
- Full Day Check-out: Depart at 4:00pm daily. There will be a graduation ceremony at 3:30pm on Thursday, followed by check out at 4:00pm. Parents are welcome to attend!
- Daily Half Day Schedule: Monday 8:45am-12:00pm, Tuesday-Thursday 9:00am-12:00pm
- Daily Full Day Schedule: Monday 8:45am-4:00pm, Tuesday-Thursday 9:00-4:00pm
Full Day campers bring their own lunch daily. Half Day campers depart before lunch. Snacks, candy, and drinks are available for purchase in the Pro Shop, but no meals are available for purchase.
WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THE FEE?
- Instruction: Daily tennis training, morning and afternoon sessions
- Supervision: Staff members participate in all activities
- Camp T-shirt & Prizes: All campers receive a Nike Tennis Camps t-shirt and prizes
INSTRUCTION, EQUIPMENT & FACILITY
- Ratio: 5:1 camper to coach ratio
- Groupings: Campers are grouped by age, ability, and experience
- Equipment Needed: All campers must bring a tennis racquet, tennis shoes and a water bottle
- Facility: Dwight Davis Tennis Center is a state of the art facility with 18 lighted tennis courts and a Stadium Court that seats 1,700 spectators.
- Inclement Weather Plan: Indoor courts are available for use as needed
- Medical Protocol: Most camps have an athletic trainer on-site to help with illness or injury. In case of an emergency, campers will be transported to the nearest hospital
CAMP INFORMATION PACKET
A detailed camper registration packet containing check in location, health/release forms, emergency contact info, and a list of things to bring will be emailed to all registered campers in the Spring.
Camp Code: TNXDDD
Sample Daily Schedule
Stretching and Warm Up, Stroke of the Day
Drilling and point play
Lunch break (half day campers depart)
Match play and Competitive Drills
Camps | Des Peres, MO
DES PERES TENNIS ACADEMY CAMP
Boys and girls, ages 6 – 15, are invited to work on all phases of their game during this camp. This camp is perfect for the beginner tennis player or those who are currently competing in USTA Jr. Tennis Tournaments. Participants will take part in drills, games and instruction throughout the week. Skills taught include: serve, volley, backhand, forehand, beginning strategies, scoring and court etiquette. Campers will receive expert coaching from Des Peres Tennis Academy Staff. Come join us for an exciting week of tennis! Due to additional camp forms required for your child’s safety, registration will only be taken online. Registration deadline is the Tuesday before camp begins. Minimum 15/Maximum 30
Cost: $165/Member & Resident; $200/Non-Resident
Age: 6 – 15
Day: Monday – Friday
Time: 8:30 – 11:30 a.m.
#5303 June 14 – 18
#5304 June 28 – July 2
#5305 July 12 – 16
#5306 July 26 – 30
#5307 August 2 – 6
Instructor: Des Peres Tennis Staff
Location: Des Peres Park, Tennis Courts 1-3
Click on the session number above to register online!
CAMP REFUND POLICY
Registrant must withdraw from camp by the advertised registration deadline listed in the camp description in order to receive a full refund. ** Any camp withdrawals after the advertised registration deadline are charged a 75% cancellation fee. **There is a $5 processing fee for refund requests. If the registrant leaves the refund credit on his/her Lodge account, that fee is waived.**
INCLUSIVE RECREATION SERVICES – AMERICAN WITH DISABILITIES ACT
Des Peres Parks and Recreation Department invites people with and without disabilities to participate in our programs and events. Please notify us when you register or at least three business days in advance of the program/event date if modifications due to a disability are needed to facilitate your participation and/or if there are medications or allergies of which we should be made aware. If an inclusion support person is needed to assist the program participant with a disability, it may take up to two weeks or more to provide this type of modification. If we are unable to meet your needs, there is a grievance procedure available for ADA concerns. For assistance in arranging modifications for your participation, or to notify us of medical concerns, please contact Terri Johnson, CTRS/CPRP, Executive Director of Municipal Partners for Inclusive Recreation, at 314. 835.6157, use Relay Missouri 711 or email her at [email protected] to discuss your participation.
Classes & Camps | Town and Country, MO
TO EXPAND COMMUNITY CLASSES
AT LONGVIEW FARM PARK
Starting in Spring 2020, Equine-Assisted Therapy (EAT) will be hosting its popular Equine-Assisted Learning classes at Longview Farm Park in Town and Country.
Equine-Assisted Learning (EAL) classes are hands-on group experiences, in which a relationship with a horse is a path to self-discovery and growth. EAL classes are not typical horseback-riding classes. Instead, participants interact with horses using natural horsemanship ground-skill methods to help them deal with life’s issues. Whether children or adults, we all experience complex issues that can leave us feeling unable to fully participate in and enjoy life. This program can help by giving a new awareness of self and developing personal growth through relationships.
EAT is a member of PATH (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International), Spirit Horse and Equine Connections. Our team of certified instructors & trained volunteers work with the riders and horses to promote the confidence and growth that can be experienced through therapeutic horsemanship.
Community groups seeking fun team-building activities next year for corporate service days, nonprofit mixers, civic club events, school field trips and church group or scout troop outings are invited to call EAT at 314-971-0605 or email [email protected] to schedule their Longview Farm Park day and time.
About Equine-Assisted Therapy:
Equine-Assisted Therapy, Inc. provides horsemanship experiences to persons with mental, physical, and psychological disabilities in order to enhance the quality and productivity of their lives. EAT is the only therapeutic horse program in St Louis County, with two convenient locations to serve the entire Greater Metro area. For more information, call EAT at 314-971-0605, email [email protected], check out EAT’s program offerings and participant/volunteer applications on our website at www.eatherapy.org or like Equine-Assisted Therapy Inc. on Facebook.
Junior Tennis Camp Scholarships
The USTA Missouri Valley, in conjunction with camp sponsors are pleased to offer a summer tennis camp opportunity to USTA junior members and other youth who play tennis and have a strong desire to further his or her skills, but whose families may not otherwise be able to cover the cost of the camp’s admission and fees.
Scholarships: USTA Missouri Valley is offering a total of 18 scholarships to 8 different summer junior camps. This year we have two camps to offer high performance junior players with a section ranking. Please read the criteria before applying for one of these two camps.
Eligibility: Summer Tennis Camps:
Age-eligible youth ages 9 – 13 in financial need living in the five states that comprise the USTA Missouri Valley (Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri & parts of Illinois) are welcome to submit the scholarship application (see the link below)
Eligibility: High Performance Camps:
- The John Newcombe Tennis Ranch scholarships are open to USTA Missouri Valley juniors ages 13-18 with a current Missouri Valley section ranking of 1 – 50.
- The Junior Tennis Champion Center scholarships are open to juniors ages 13 -18 with a current Missouri Valley section ranking of 1 – 100.
Note: USTA Membership is not required, but it will be taken into consideration positively in the review process.
Essay: All applicants are required to complete the survey along with an essay of approximately 250 word (1,000 characters maximum allowed) based on the following criteria:
The essay must be written by the applicant.
Explain why tennis has been important in your life and what you hope to gain from the experience of attending a summer tennis camp.
Entry Deadline: The application and essay must be received by March 30, 2018 by 3:00 p.m..
Review Process: A selection committee will review all applications. All applicants will be notified by e-mail of the final decision by April 15, 2018.
Online Application: Complete the online application a 200 – 250 word (1,000 characters max.) essay.
Click here or copy and paste this URL to complete the essay:
SUMMER TENNIS CAMPS
NIKE Junior Tennis Camps
Nike Junior Tennis Camps are expressly designed so that young players can immerse themselves in the sport. Our goal is to enhance their skills and enjoyment of the game in an energetic and positive learning environment. Each camper receives 25-30 hours of instruction, drills and match play. Fun off-court evening activities for overnight campers. All junior campers receive a free Nike Tennis Camp T-shirt.
Camp Locations and Coaching Staff: (2 scholarships each camp location, choose a session)
For more information regarding NIKE Junior Tennis Camps:
Phone: 1-800-NIKE CAMPS (1-800-645-3226)
Adidas Tennis Camps
Adidas Tennis Camps were developed to provide athletes an opportunity to become better tennis players in a fun, positive atmosphere. The campers will learn from the best coaches in the sport and leave camp with confidence and a passion to enjoy the sport. Overnight campers receive room and board, as well as a week’s worth of tennis, 30 hours of instruction and play and evening activities. Each camper receives a free camp T-shirt.
Camp Location and Coaching Staff: (1 scholarship, choose a session)
For more information regarding adidas Tennis Camps:
Phone: 800-944-7112 Online: http://tenniscamper.com/
HIGH PERFORMANCE SUMMER CAMPS
John Newcombe Tennis Ranch scholarships are open to juniors ages 13–18 with a current Missouri Valley section ranking of 1 – 50.
A travel stipend of up to $250 will be provided for each of the six scholarship recipients.
John Newcombe Tennis Ranch, New Braunfels, Texas
The John Newcombe Tennis Ranch was founded by the Australian tennis legend who holds 26 grand slam titles. The Ranch has over 40 years of experience running junior camps, quality instruction and personal attention to each and every campers needs are highlights of the program. Nestled in the rolling Texas Hill Country between San Antonio and Austin, the John Newcombe Tennis Ranch is one of the premier tennis facilities in the world.
The camp features a 1:5/6 coach to camper ratio. You will receive 5 to 6 hours of instruction per day.
The Ranch features 24 hard courts, 4 clay courts, state-of-the-art weights training facility, camper style accommodations, soccer field, basketball court, swimming pool and more! Social activities include Schlitterbahn Water Park.
They provide campers with a safe and healthy environment for soaking up intense tennis and an international cultural experience.
Camp Location and Coaching Staff: (6 – 1 week scholarships available, includes boarding)
- New Braunfels, Texas, located between San Antonio and Austin
- The team of professionals led by Newcombe Academy Director, Phil Hendrie are trained to improve and inspire all players. The staff is experienced in working with young players, from beginners to national champions.
- Sessions (one week) May 27 – August 17, 2018
For more information regarding John Newcombe Tennis Ranch:
Phone: (800) 444-6204
Online: http://www. newktennis.com
About the camp: https://newktennis.com/about-junior-camps/
Junior Tennis Champions Center scholarships are open to juniors ages 13–18 with a current Missouri Valley section ranking of 1 – 100.
A travel stipend of up to $250 will be provided for each of the three scholarship recipients.
Junior Tennis Champions Center, College Park, Maryland
JTCC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to transforming lives through tennis. JTCC is a world-class training program offering opportunities for junior players from all backgrounds to reach their full potential on the court and in the classroom.
JTCC was founded in 1999 and was selected by the United States Tennis Association (USTA) as the first Regional Training Center for its high performance program in 2008. Today, more than 150 students are enrolled in the full-time and after-school year-round programs increasing to 1,000 players during the busy three-month summer camp season. JTCC provides a pathway for talented and highly motivated young people to gain acceptance to top colleges and universities nationwide.
The College Park Tennis Club is the premier tennis club in the Washington, DC metropolitan area offering an exceptional 32-court tennis facility featuring indoor, outdoor, hard, red and green clay courts. The club is equipped with a complete fitness complex, including a speed and agility center, yoga studio and personal trainers on site. CPTC was one of the recipients of the 2013 USTA Outstanding Facility of the Year.
Camp Location and Coaching Staff: (3- 1 week scholarships available)
- College Park, Maryland (Washington, D.C. metro area)
- All JTCC training is provided by Directors, Senior Coaches and Staff Professionals.
- Sessions (one week) June 12 – August 25, 2017
* Housing is available for the player only if requested. JTCC requires a 4 week notice to guarantee housing availability. JTCC does not cover any off site housing for a player or family.
For more information regarding Junior Tennis Champions Center:
Contact: Vijay Paul
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: 301-779-8000 x 115
Tennis lessons in full swing at Bernard Middle – St. Louis Call Newspapers
June began with a week of free tennis lessons on the courts in front of Bernard Middle School.
“I figured if I did a free week people would come,” said Mark Platt, owner of Beginners World Tennis.
He was right.
“We usually do a free day and we get 15 or 20 kids,” Platt stated in a Mehlville School District news release. “Originally we were scheduled for three hours and we had more than 40 kids on the waiting list. We had record numbers.”
Platt said he has partnered with the Mehlville Community Enrichment Office for more than 25 years. Though the free tennis lessons are finished, lessons for a fee are available for the remainder of the summer through the Mehlville Community Enrichment Office.
Weekly camps take place Monday through Thursday. They are available for children in three age groups ranging from 4 to 15 years old. The cost is $60.
“The level of enthusiasm has been high,” Platt stated in the release. “The kids have really improved from their first day. I think there’s a lot of interest in tennis in the Mehlville School District.”
Platt employs students who also play tennis in the Mehlville School District.
“Some of the instructors here, like twin brothers Matthew and Christian Kalinowski, are No. 1 and 2 for Oakville,” Platt stated. “They’re good enough to eventually play college tennis. Sabina Okanovich, the head instructor here, is going to go to UM-St. Louis, and could play club tennis or college tennis.”
Christian Kalinowski is between his junior and senior years at Oakville High School.
“Me and my brother are No. 1 in doubles right now. We made it to districts, and we made it to sectionals,” stated Kalinowski, when asked about his ranking. “I think these kids enjoy what they’re learning. They definitely like the games and the drills. They start running and getting into the game, so that’s good.”
Kalinowski commented on what children can learn about tennis when they are as young as age 4.
“You can teach them a forehand or a backhand,” he stated in the release. “You can teach them volleys. Sometimes you can even teach them how to serve at this age, too.”
Okanovich graduated from Mehlville High School June 1. She starts at University of Missouri-St. Louis in the fall.
“I’ll probably do intramurals there, and I hope to come back and help with the girls’ tennis team this summer,” she stated in the release. “This is just a way for kids to get to know what it’s like to play tennis.
“They’re all really excited to be here. They all seem to have fun and play, so it’s a good time.”
Platt started his tennis career with a free program in University City 50 years ago. He went on to play tennis at University City High School and Washington University.
“For the 4- to 6-year-olds, it’s basic eye-to-hand coordination,” he stated. “The game has changed, with softer balls and more kid-sized nets, so they can rally the ball, and there’s more hitting and less running around. When they get to the 7-to-10 age group, we switch to orange balls and kids play on teams. And 11- to 15-year-olds play with regular tennis balls.”
“I want kids to see there are opportunities for scholarships and careers in tennis,” Platt stated.
For more information about tennis lessons at Bernard Middle School, visit
or call the Mehlville Community Enrichment Office at (314) 467-5280.
Junior Programs – Westborough Country Club
An Opportunity to Play, Learn & Socialize
Our Junior Programs define the family aspect of our Club. Whether your child likes to swim, dive, golf, swing a racquet, or all of the above, Westborough has a program fit for them. From ages 3-18 and levels ranging from tadpoles to 18-hole golfers, Westborough offers the highest quality of teaching in tennis, golf, swimming, and diving. Our goal is to develop a lifelong participant in each sport. Teaching basic fundamentals and proper techniques are top priorities, while also encouraging a sense of belonging.
Use the links to view our 2021 Jr. Program Opportunities and Schedules. Registration will be completed through online links. Club announcements will be made regarding registration opening and deadlines.
The Junior program is driving the growth of “family golf” here at Westborough. Our primary focus is to develop lifelong golfers. That is possible due to the active participation from parents and juniors alike. By increasing the junior’s knowledge, developing an appreciation for the game, and observing proper etiquette, we continue to experience huge success. We have consistently seen more kids participating at the high school level every year. We strongly encourage attendance on a regular basis and appreciate parent’s active support. This program is designed for players age 5 and above.
2021 Jr. Golf
Tennis is alive at Westborough! Our USPTA staff manages a variety of tennis events, clinics, and programs. Our teaching staff stands ready to hone your child’s racquet skills. With skill levels ranging from Tiny Tots to Top Guns, your children will be placed in the level to fit their ability. Throughout the summer, our tennis program features a variety of tennis activities such as a pizza party, parent-child tournament, and tennis camps to help tie in learning with fun.
2021 Jr. Tennis
If you have never had the opportunity to attend a swim meet at Westborough, then you have yet to really see what our Swim Team is truly all about. Hundreds of kids with moms and dads in tow come forth to rally the Westborough Breakers to victory during our swim season. It’s a great family outing; kids and adults both get to have fun, and great camaraderie is had over food, drinks, and visits to other clubs. From lessons to the finish line, your child will gain confidence, strength, and endurance.
2021 Jr. Swim & Dive
Preschool, Youth and Teen Programs
Preschool, Youth and Teen Programs | St. Louis Park, MN
Government » Departments/Divisions » Parks & Rec » Activities/Programs
The following activities are offered through parks and recreation programming. Visit the online registration website for more information and to register.
* Residents of Golden Valley and New Hope are eligible for St. Louis Park resident rates.
Youth and teen programs
* Residents of Golden Valley and New Hope are eligible for St. Louis Park resident rates.
Upcoming youth events
Several events will be held throughout the summer for youth and all ages. Visit the Things to Do page for a complete list and more details!
St. Louis Park Community Education programs
Additional preschool and youth programs are offered through St. Louis Park Community Education. A complete listing of Community Education programs can be found on their website.
Westwood Hills Nature Center programs
Westwood Hills Nature Center also offers a variety of programs for children of all ages.
90,000 Tennis training camps abroad
The dream of every young tennis player is to serve the ball as hard as the Williams sisters do. Perseverance on the court and training under the guidance of experienced coaches help athletes achieve incredible results. Every year, children’s tennis camps abroad offer unique programs where in just a few weeks you can noticeably develop sports skills and learn from the mentors of champions.
Tennis camps abroad will allow you to broaden your horizons, learn how children live in other countries, visit exciting excursions and get many new experiences.
We will tell you what is happening with international camps in different countries – as briefly as possible. News from 20.05.2021.
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Tennis camp abroad | Alpadia Language Schools
More than 13 centers in Europe, England, Germany, Switzerland, France
8 – 17 years old
English, French, German
Family, Residence, Hotel
2 – 4
June 27 – August 14, 2021
from 1480 € for 2 weeks
Tennis Camps Abroad
Learn from the pros. Every foreign tennis camp is proud of its coaching staff. Classes are taught by distinguished athletes, teachers of tennis academies and associations such as the Lawn Tennis Association. Outstanding tennis players such as Joanna Konta and Kyle Edmund have trained under the organization’s programs.
Classes with LTA representatives are offered by the British private boarding school LINES Downe House School, which invites schoolchildren from all over the world to summer vacations in the UK.
Tennis camps abroad are held in many countries around the world.For example, children can choose an Enforex course of 12 workouts and 20 lessons in English or Spanish and spend their holidays in Salamanca, Marbella, Barcelona or Madrid.
Learning a foreign language
The method of teaching through interests has long proven its effectiveness. A teenager may begin to protest if an attempt is made to make him sit down to practice in the summer, but it is worth combining his studies with his favorite sport, and the child will achieve noticeable progress in just 2-3 weeks (the standard duration of a children’s vacation shift).
Another positive factor is the natural language environment in which adolescents find themselves. They constantly hear foreign speech around them, contact with students from other countries, which allows them to significantly expand their vocabulary.
Why the summer tennis camp is good
Children’s leisure time is thought out and carefully organized: the participants are guaranteed safety, a varied and useful menu, comfortable accommodation (most often on campuses of educational institutions), the necessary infrastructure, qualified teachers and trainers.An inexpensive tennis camp will cost an average of € 1200-1500 for 2 weeks, with accommodation. Such shifts are offered by King’s College Madrid and Alpadia Language School.
See also: Volleyball camps abroad
EduTravel – favorable prices for summer camps 2021. On the website you can find out the cost of change, accommodation and meals, book a place and buy vouchers to foreign camps for the summer of 2021. We help to arrange visas, air tickets, medical insurance.
Tennis camp in St. Petersburg. Summer tennis camp, tennis
Going in for sports is a fascinating and exciting process that brings not only healing for the body, but also a sea of positive emotions. One of the most child-friendly sports is tennis. This is a great way to spend interesting leisure time in the company of peers, together with harmonious physical development and the formation of many positive qualities.
Children who regularly spend time on the court are much more agile, active and faster than their peers. They get closer to people faster, know how to establish friendly relations and get sick less. That is why spending summer holidays in a tennis camp for a child keen on tennis is not only an undeniable benefit for the body, but also an excellent leisure time filled with new impressions and bright events.
In addition, tennis camp is an opportunity to improve your skill level. During their stay in the camp, children train under the guidance of mentors every day, which allows them to more intensively work out all the elements of tennis technique and return home even more prepared.
Tennis as a specialization of the children’s camp
Tennis camps are equipped with excellent courts and all the necessary equipment. Mentors conduct regular trainings, carefully work out the correct grip and stance, the elements of basic shots and the correct serve with the mentees.
You can send a child with any level of training to a tennis camp – qualified teachers effectively develop the skills of both beginners and experienced players on the court.Groups are formed according to the level of sports readiness and age, the number of people in the groups does not exceed eight, so the coach has enough time to find each ward an individual approach. Classes for very little ones are carried out with a minimum load, more in a playful way.
What is included in the program of stay at the tennis camp
Tennis camps are located in a green area, so all training takes place outdoors. The camp program includes:
- Regular tennis lessons,
- General physical fitness,
- Continuous monitoring of the training and practice process,
- Specially designed programs,
- Outdoor and outdoor sports games,
- Active walks and recreational activities.
We invite your children, regardless of their level of initial readiness for tennis, to the sports and active world of tennis camps, which will give them a boost of health, vigor and good mood for the entire school year.
Webster Vienna American University in Austria
July Festivals and Events around Washington DC – Recipes & Travel
Editor’s Note: Due to current circumstances, all July 2020 events in Washington DC have been postponed, canceled, or will be virtual. See below for details. Plan
Editor’s Note: Due to current circumstances, all July 2020 events in Washington DC have been postponed, canceled or will be virtual. See below for details.
Whether you’re planning a family vacation for the fourth of July or just looking to leave for a festival or event in July, Washington DC and the surrounding areas in Maryland and Virginia offer plenty of opportunities for fun this summer.
From fireworks festivals to free summer concerts as well as arts, music, film, sports and outdoor activities, the metropolitan region is full of events this July. Many of these activities are free, and some require advance tickets to enter.
Book your accommodation and travel itinerary in advance as hotels and tickets are likely to be sold out during the high season.
90,044 Free Outdoor Movies
Local Cinematic Events in Washington DC canceled in 2020.
There are many opportunities to watch free views in Washington, Virginia, and Maryland. The Capitol Riverfront Outdoor Film Series in Washington, the Rosslyn Open Air Film Festival in Virginia, and the National Harbor Films of the Potomac, Maryland are the most popular annual film festivals. Also worth a visit is the Comcast Outdoor Film Festival in Alexandria and the Bethesda Outdoor Movies Events in Maryland.
Free Summer Concerts
Local concerts in Washington DC canceled in 2020.
The Metropolitan Area hosts a free series of concerts throughout the summer at national and state parks in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC. Military band concerts at the United States Capitol, the Naval Memorial, and the D.C. Capitol Waterfront are particularly popular in July, while Maryland National Harbor and the Potomac Overlook Regional Park in Northern Virginia host a series of concerts each year, attracting some of the the biggest names in pop music.
Summer Theater and Capital Fringe
The Kennedy Center Summer Theater and Capital Fringe are canceled in 2020.
Dozens of performances across the region provide plenty of opportunities to see DC’s best theatrical performances this July. See shows such as Band Visit and Hello Dolly at the Kennedy Center in July.
In addition, you can attend the annual Capital Fringe Festival, which hosts approximately 100 unique performances from July 9 to 28, 2019, across DC venues.
The UniverSoul Circus will close in 2020.
Until July 28, 2019, you can visit Universula Circus at National Harbor Plateau in Oxon Hill, Maryland. This whole family will enjoy a large showcase filled with dynamic performances, bright lights, pulsating music and international talent.
Children’s Theater in the Forest
The Wolf Trap Children’s Theater Summer Season 2020 is canceled.
Enjoy family music, dance, storytelling, puppetry and theater performances for children ages 5 to 12 at this unique location in Virginia’s Wolf Trap National Park. In 2019, the Children’s Theater-in-the-Woods (tickets required) hosted performances including Gottabees ‘Squirrel Stole My Panties, bicultural performances from Moona Luna, Madcap Puppets’ The Great Space Caper and Hopalong Andrew’s City Barn Songs. …
Major events of July Fourth in and around Washington DC canceled in 2020.
Of course, the metropolitan area celebrates America’s birthday with the pomp and solemnity of parades, fireworks and food festivals in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia. Independence Day falls on Thursday in 2019, and some events may take place on weekends, although many will still take place on July 4th. Highlights in the region include Independence Day at Mount Vernon, Alexandria Independence Day fireworks, and the annual parties and bar crawls that take place in Maryland, DC and Virginia throughout the week.
Alexandria Birthday Celebration
The city of Alexandria, Virginia, played a key role in the founding and birth of the United States of America, but the city itself was not founded until July 14, 1749, and was not incorporated into Alexandria until 1779. In any case, the inhabitants of Alexandria celebrate their birthday every year around the anniversary, and the 271st celebration will take place practically on July 12, 2020. There will be no typical fireworks or festivities this year, but you can tune in for the virtual celebrations from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm Details have yet to be announced, so visit the event’s official web page to find out how you can take part in this historic event …
Although it is a French holiday, the metropolitan area celebrates Bastille Day and French culture with various events taking place on and around 14 July 2018. This French national holiday marks the storming of the Bastille prison in 1789, which marked the beginning of the French Revolution. …
To celebrate this event, the Alliance Française de Washington is hosting a special cheese tasting in 2020 that you can take part in right from your home.After registering on the event web page, a pre-selected plate of gourmet cheeses will be sent to your home. On July 14, 2020, you will be able to take part in a special video meeting to learn about cheese and French culture. The event itself is free, you only need to purchase the cheeses. Buying a bottle of French wine is optional, but highly recommended.
Metropolitan Area Sports
Major League Baseball season is currently postponed to 2020 until further notice.
This July, you can see some of your favorite sports teams representing the nation’s capital at sports events in Washington DC. The baseball season is usually in full swing during July, but Washington National and Minor League games have been postponed for the 2020 season until further notice. For football fans, Washington Redskins training camp is usually allowed to attend starting in late July, but 2020 dates are still unavailable as of late June and may be canceled or rescheduled.
The two largest tennis tournaments in Washington DC are planned – the Washington Castles tennis tournament from July 12 to August 2, 2020 and the Citi Open Tennis Classic, which is usually held in July, but has been postponed to August 13. –21, 2020.
Caribbean Carnival in Baltimore and Washington
One Carnival is canceled in 2020.
Saturday and Sunday, July 13 and 14, 2019, the annual One Caribbean Carnival will return to Baltimore, Maryland to showcase the cultures of the Caribbean, Latin America and the diaspora.The event, featuring groups of performers representing each of these groups in colorful costumes, will take place throughout the weekend in Clifton Park. If you are looking for an island in the metropolitan area, you can relax to the sounds of calypso, juice, reggae, African, Haitian, Latin and Steelband music while strolling through the open-air market or watching the annual parade.
Loudoun County Fair
Loudoun County Fair is canceled in 2020.
The Loudon County Fair takes place from July 23 to 28, 2019 at the Loudon County Fairgrounds in Leesburg, Virginia.Family activities at the fair include carnival, rodeo bull riding, dairy and goat shows, horse demonstrations, magical activities, pet performances, flower shows, obstacle courses, tug-of-war tournaments, and live music. This is the real taste of Americana!
Howard County Restaurant Week
If you’re looking to enjoy some of the best farm-to-table dining the Capital Region has to offer, but don’t want to go broke, attend Howard County Restaurant Week from July 13th to 26th.2020 During the two-week event, dozens of participating restaurants in Maryland will offer discounts on full meals and drinks from local farmers and brewers at prices ranging from $ 15 to $ 45. Some participating restaurants may be closed, change opening hours or require special meal procedures due to COVID-19, so be sure to check with individual restaurants.
90,000 New England Music Camp
New England Music Camp (NEMC) is a summer camp for music students aged 11-18, located on 200 acres (0.81 km 2 ) in Sydney, Maine, on the eastern shore of Lake Messalonskee in the Belgrade Lakes Region …It was founded in 1937 on the site of the defunct Eastern Music Camp.
The camp has accommodations for approximately 200 campers, as well as teachers and staff. It follows a balanced structure of music training (in the morning) and standard sports activities (in the afternoon) such as sailing, kayaking, archery, tennis, softball, football, volleyball, badminton, etc. There are many free concerts for the public. during the seven-week season at the camp site at Bowl in the Pines or Alumni Hall (outdoor and indoor camp sites, respectively).Two pop concerts are presented for a small fee at the nearby Auckland Performing Arts Center in Auckland .. At the New England Music Camp, many graduates are pursuing successful music careers. NEMC alumni have won positions with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Cleveland Orchestra, and Houston Symphony Orchestra.
Bowl in pine trees
Bowl in the Pines, the second largest open-air amphitheater in North America, hosts all NEMC performing groups every Sunday and some Saturdays at 3:00 pm throughout the camp season.The Symphony Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra, Stage Orchestra and Jazz Ensemble rehearse in the morning on the bowl stage. Behind the scenes are several rehearsal rooms, as well as drum, tuba and bass studios. This is the most beautiful place to listen to and play music. The bowl is also used for annual talent shows, ATV cabin events, and more.
Alumni Hall – The camp’s concert hall, located near the campus entrance.The alumni hall seats over 300 people and hosts recitals for teachers on Wednesdays at 8:00 and student concerts on Friday at 7:30. Concert Orchestra, Concert Orchestra, Violin Choir and Jazz Orchestra rehearse in the mornings in the alumni hall. On other evenings, the alumni hall is used for social events such as a square dance, a movie night at the camp, and activities in two cabins.
Classrooms and Practice Areas
Several other buildings on campus, such as the Booth Ensemble Building, Summer House and Trustees Hall, serve as classrooms for music classes (music theory, orchestral literature, conducting, etc.)Etc.), section rehearsals and chamber music rehearsals. Numerous practice booths serve as a place for one-to-one lessons and one-to-one lessons.
The NEMC Waterfront consists of a sailing area, a canoe area and a bathing area. The camp has seven sailboats and several canoes and kayaks, many of which are used daily in the afternoon. In addition to being a recreational destination, the swimming area is open to all guests during their free time from midday.The waterfront is managed by several consultants and assistant senior consultants, all of whom are certified lifeguards.
The Recreational Fields consist of complete soccer and frisbee fields, a softball field, an archery range, two sand volleyball courts, a weightlifting station and a basketball court. Three tennis courts are located at the back of the lodge on campus but are still used for afternoon breaks.The training fields are also used for camper games and all camp olympics, as well as softball between camper and instructors.
Lodge is a cafeteria where all students and teachers have breakfast, lunch and dinner and are notified of important announcements for the day, such as rehearsal times and other activities. During lunch, the lodge calls by mail. The upper floor has a kitchen, student dining, faculty and staff only dining room.
The dining room offers a wide variety of drinks and snacks and is open at certain times during the day. In addition, the dining room sells souvenirs such as tote bags and New England Music Camp clothing.
All cabins at NEMC are strictly age-specific and most have their own table tennis tables. The two cabins have a separate shower room located between them. Each cabin also has its own fireplace for meals, which are held every Monday night.The girls’ end of the camp is located on the far south side along the southern border. The Boys’ End runs from Bowl to the north end of the campus along the lakeside.
Town cabin is the youngest girls’ cabin, accommodating 12-14 girls each session. There are two consultants working in Town.
Wade Cabin is the next oldest cabin, which hosts about 24 girls each session. Wade has three consultants.
Up Dorm – the upper floor of the hostel, which accommodates 30–33 girls in triple rooms. Four consultants live in Up Dorm, the second oldest girls’ house.
Down Dorm is a lodge for the oldest girls and occupies the lower floor of the dormitory. Living conditions are the same as in Up Dorm. Down Dorm is notable for being the only living area with its own showers.
Cabins for boys
House Dorr is the youngest house for boys, it is home to 12 boys and two counselors.
Smith’s Cottage was decommissioned as a hut after the 2012 season and now serves as a residence for top advisors. 14-16 boys and 2 counselors lived in it.
Sault is the next oldest boys’ house, with 28 boys accommodated in two main bedrooms that are connected by a “common room” (consultant’s bedroom). Four consultants live in Su
Burns Cottage is the next oldest boys’ cottage.Burns sheltered 28 boys in two main bedrooms that are connected by a “common room” (the consultant’s bedroom). There are four consultants living in Burns.
Boys Dormitory is home to the oldest boys on campus. Built in the off-season between the 2012 and 2013 sessions, this new addition to the camp replaced Burns’s cabin in the summer of 2013, where the oldest boys in the camp lived.
NEMC faculty members live on campus with their families.Some teachers live in private cottages throughout the camp, while others live on the second and third floors of the lodge. Some teachers even grow gardens and decorate their houses.
90,000 Roscoe Tanner – Roscoe Tanner
American Tennis Player
Roscoe Tanner (born October 15, 1951) is a retired American tennis player who turned professional in 1972 and reached the 4th place in the world singles rankings on July 30, 1979.
Tanner was known for his big left-handed serve that sprinted to 153 mph in Palm Springs in 1978 during the final against Raul Ramirez. He is also known for winning the men’s singles title in the first of two Australian Open events held in 1977. Tanner won the tournament in January, Vitas Gerulaitis won the tournament in December. Tanner reached the Wimbledon final in 1979, losing to Bjorn Borg in five sets.
In the 2000s, Tanner made headlines for legal issues including lengthy jail sentences, arrests for missed alimony payments, financial fraud charges, and bankruptcy.
Leonard Roscoe Tanner III was a native of Lookout Mountain, Tennessee, graduated from Baylor High School in Chattanooga, and along with teammate Sandy Meyer helped Stanford University achieve prominence in varsity tennis.Tanner played number one singles and Mayer number two. In 1972, Tanner and Mayer won the NCAA doubles championship, and Stanford’s team finished second in the NCAA tournament after Trinity, Texas. The team also included Chico Hagee, Rick Fisher, Jim Delaney, Geri Groslimond, Chip Fisher, Paul Sidone and Tim Noonan.
Tanner defeated Harun Rahim 10–8 in the fifth set to win the 1970 United States Amateur Championship.
Tanner defeated Guillermo Vilas in three straight sets in the 1977 Australian Open Finals (January), winning his first and only Grand Slam title. Tanner lost a five-set match to Bjorn Borg in the 1979 Wimbledon Final, which was the first Wimbledon final to be televised live in the United States as part of Breakfast NBC at Wimbledon . Tanner avenged this defeat on Borg by beating him in four sets in the US Open quarterfinals two months later, in a match in which Tanner’s 140 mph serve knocked the net in the fourth set.Tanner lost to Vitas Gerulaitis in the semifinals. In his autobiography, Tanner described his 1979 US Open win over Borg and defeat to Gerulaitis as “the highest of my highs and the lowest of my tennis court lows two days apart.”
Tanner’s unorthodox but very powerful left-handed serve was thrown very low and delivered a full-body kick, earning him the nickname “The Rocket”. His meteoric serve at 153 mph was the fastest serve in tournaments since February 1978, until Andy Roddick served 155 mph in the Davis Cup semi-finals in September 2004 against Vladimir Volchkov.
He won the Davis Cup in 1981 playing with John McEnroe, Eliot Telcher and Peter Fleming on a team led by Arthur Ashe that defeated Argentina in the final played at the Riverfront Coliseum in Cincinnati.
Chronology of performances in singles Grand Slam
1 The Australian Open was held twice in 1977, in January and December.
Grand Slam Finals
Singles: 2 (1-1)
|Win||1977||Australian Open (January)||Grass||Guillermo Vilas||6-3, 6-3, 6-3|
|Loss||1979||Wimbledon||Grass||Bjorn Borg||7-6 (7-4) , 1-6, 6-3, 3-6, 4-6|
Singles (16 titles, 26 finalists)
|Loss||1.||1972||Albany, USA||Hard (i)||Jimmy Connors||2-6, 6-7|
|Loss||2.||1972||Los Angeles, USA||Hard||Stan Smith||4-6, 4-6|
|Loss||3.||1973||Milan WCT, Italy||Carpet (i)||Marty Rissen||6-7, 0-6, 6-7|
|Loss||4.||1974||Palm Desert WCT, USA||Hard||Rod Laver||4-6, 2-6|
|Win||1.||1974||Denver WCT, USA||Carpet (i)||Arthur Ash||6-2, 6-4|
|Loss||5.||1974||Columbus, USA||Hard||Raul Ramirez||6-3, 6-7, 4-6|
|Loss||6.||1974||Maui, USA||Hard||John Newcomb||6-7, 6-7|
|Win||2.||1974||Christchurch, New Zealand||Carpet (i)||Ray Raffels||6-4, 6-2|
|Loss||7.||1975||St. Petersburg DAP, USA||Hard||Raul Ramirez||0-6, 6-1, 2-6|
|Loss||8.||1975||St. Louis WCT, USA||Clay||Vitas Gerulaitis||6-2, 2-6, 3-6|
|Loss||9.||1975||Charlotte, USA||Clay||Raul Ramirez||6-3, 4-6, 3-6|
|Win||3.||1975||Las Vegas WCT, USA||Hard||Ross Case||5-7, 7-5, 7-6|
|Win||4.||1975||Chicago, USA||Carpet (i)||John Alexander||6-1, 6-7, 7-6|
|Loss||10.||1975||Los Angeles, USA||Hard||Arthur Ash||6-3, 5-7, 3-6|
|Loss||11.||1976||Birmingham, USA||Carpet (i)||Jimmy Connors||4-6, 6-3, 1-6|
|Loss||12.||1976||Rancho Mirage, USA||Hard||Jimmy Connors||4-6, 4-6|
|Win||5.||1976||Cincinnati, USA||Clay||Eddie Dibbs||7-6, 6-3|
|Win||6.||1976||Columbus, USA||Hard||Stan Smith||6-4, 7-6|
|Loss||13.||1976||South Orange, USA||Clay||Ilie Nastase||4-6, 2-6|
|Win||7.||1976||San Francisco, USA||Hard (i)||Brian Gottfried||4-6, 7-5, 6-1|
|Win||8.||1976||Tokyo Outdoor, Japan||Clay||Corrado Barazzutti||6-3, 6-2|
|Win||9.||1976||Beckenham *, UK||Grass||Jimmy Connors||6-3, 6-4|
|Loss||14.||1976||Wembley, UK||Carpet (i)||Jimmy Connors||6-3, 6-7, 4-6|
|Win||10.||1977 (January)||Australian Open, Melbourne||Grass||Guillermo Vilas||6-3, 6-3, 6-3|
|Loss||15.||1977||South Orange, United States||Clay||Guillermo Vilas||4-6, 1-6|
|Loss||16.||1977||Hilton Head, USA||Clay||Bjorn Borg||4-6, 5-7|
|Loss||17.||1977||WCT Challenge Cup, Las Vegas||Carpet (i)||Jimmy Connors||2-6, 6-5, 6-3, 2-6, 5-6|
|Win||11.||1977||Sydney Outdoor, Australia||Grass||Brian Teacher||6-3, 3-6, 6-3, 6-7, 6-4|
|Loss||18.||1978||Philadelphia, USA||Carpet (i)||Jimmy Connors||2-6, 4-6, 3-6|
|Win||12.||1978||Rancho Mirage, USA||Hard||Raul Ramirez||6-1, 7-6|
|Win||13.||1978||New Orleans, USA||Carpet (i)||Victor Amaya||6-3, 7-5|
|Win||14.||1979||Rancho Mirage, USA||Hard||Brian Gottfried||6-4, 6-2|
|Win||15.||1979||Indoor Washington, USA||Carpet (i)||Brian Gottfried||6-4, 6-4|
|Loss||19.||1979||New Orleans, USA||Carpet (i)||John McEnroe||4-6, 2-6|
|Loss||20.||1979||Wimbledon, UK||Grass||Bjorn Borg||7-6, 1-6, 6-3, 3-6, 4-6|
|Loss||21.||1979||Cincinnati, USA||Hard||Peter Fleming||4-6, 2-6|
|Loss||22.||1980||Richmond WCT, USA||Carpet (i)||John McEnroe||1-6, 2-6|
|Win||16.||1981||Philadelphia, USA||Carpet (i)||Wojtek Fiebak||6-2, 7-6, 7-5|
|Loss||23.||1981||Memphis, USA||Carpet (i)||Gene Mayer||2-6, 4-6|
|Loss||24.||1981||Bristol, UK||Grass||Mark Edmondson||3-6, 7-5, 4-6|
|Loss||25.||1981||Sydney Indoor, Australia||Hard (i)||John McEnroe||4-6, 5-7, 2-6|
|Loss||26.||1982||La Costa WCT, USA||Hard||Johan Crick||0-6, 6-4, 0-6, 4-6|
* Not recognized by ATP.
Doubles titles (13 titles, 17 finalists)
|Loss||1.||1971||Cincinnati, USA||Clay||Sandy Mayer||Stan Smith Eric van Dillen||4-6, 4-6|
|Loss||2.||1971||Columbus, USA||Hard||Jimmy Connors||Jim McManus Jim Osborne||6-4, 5-7, 2-6|
|Loss||3.||1973||WCT London, UK||Hard (i)||Arthur Ash||Tom Ocker Marty Reisen||3-6, 3-6|
|Loss||4.||1973||Washington DCA, USA||Carpet (i)||Arthur Ash||
|6-4, 6-7, 2-6|
|Loss||5.||1973||Houston WCT, USA||Clay||Arthur Ash||
|Win||1.||1973||Denver WCT, USA||Carpet (i)||Arthur Ash||
|3-6, 6-3, 7-6|
|Loss||6.||1973||Indoor Paris, France||Hard (i)||Arthur Ash||Juan Gisbert Sr. Ilie Nastase||2-6, 6-4, 5-7|
|Loss||7.||1974||Bologna Indoor, Italy||Carpet (i)||Arthur Ash||Uwe Bengtson Bjorn Borg||4-6, 7-5, 6-4, 6-7, 2-6|
|Win||2.||1974||Barcelona WCT, Spain||Carpet (i)||Arthur Ash||Tom Edlefsen Tom Leonard||6-3, 6-4|
|Loss||8.||1974||Houston, USA||Clay||Arthur Ash||Colin Dibley Rod Laver||6-4, 6-7, 4-6|
|Win||3.||1974||Denver WCT, USA||Carpet (i)||Arthur Ash||Mark Cox June Kamivazumi||6-3, 7-6|
|Win||4.||1974||Maui, USA||Hard||Dick Stockton||Owen Davidson John Newcomb||6-3, 7-6|
|Win||5.||1974||Christchurch, New Zealand||Carpet (i)||Ismail El-Shafei||Sid Ball Ray Raffels||without|
|Win||6.||1974||Jakarta, Indonesia||Hard||Ismail El-Shafei||Jürgen Fassbender Hans-Jürgen Pohmann||7-5, 6-3|
|Loss||9.||1975||St. Petersburg DAP, USA||Hard||Charlie Pasarell||Brian Gottfried Raul Ramirez||4-6, 4-6|
|Loss||10.||1975||La Costa WCT, USA||Hard||Charlie Pasarell||
|Win||7.||1975||Nottingham, UK||Grass||Charlie Pasarell||
|Loss||11.||1975||Stockholm, Sweden||Hard (i)||Charlie Pasarell||Bob Hewitt Frew Macmillan||6-3, 3-6, 4-6|
|Loss||12.||1976||Memphis WCT, USA||Carpet (i)||Marty Reisen||Anand Amritraj Vijay Amritraj||3-6, 4-6|
|Win||8.||1976||La Costa WCT, USA||Hard||Marty Reisen||Peter Fleming Jean Meyer||7-6, 7-6|
|Win||9.||1976||Johannesburg, WCT, South Africa||Hard||Marty Reisen||
|Win||10.||1976||San Francisco, USA||Hard (i)||Dick Stockton||
|Loss||13.||1976||Maui, USA||Hard||Dick Stockton||Raymond Moore Allan Stone||7-6, 3-6, 4-6|
|Win||11.||1976||Perth, Australia||Hard (i)||Dick Stockton||
Ismail El Shafey
|6-7, 6-1, 6-2|
|Win||12.||1976||Wembley, UK||Carpet (i)||Stan Smith||
|Loss||14.||1977||Palm Springs, USA||Hard||Marty Reisen||
|Loss||15.||1977||Cincinnati, USA||Hard||Bob Hewitt||John Alexander Phil Dent||3-6, 6-7|
|Loss||16.||1977||Hong Kong||Hard||Marty Reisen||Sid Ball Kim Warwick||6-7, 3-6|
|Win||13.||1978||Palm Springs, United States||Hard||Raymond Moore||
|Loss||17.||1980||Manchester, UK||Grass||Dennis Ralston||John Sadri Tim Wilkeson||3-6, 4-6|
Tanner was married three times, first to Nancy, then to Charlotte and most recently to Margaret. He has five children, all daughters.
Tanner coached Dennis Earley, Frank Norman, Jesse Steerg, Adrienne Radakovich and coached Kenzo Wong.
Tanner has an extensive list of conflicts with the law.He was first arrested in 1997 for non-payment of child support. He was arrested again in June 2003 under a abstention order on charges of issuing a bad check and further non-payment of alimony. He pleaded guilty and received an initial suspended sentence. Tanner violated probation and served one year in jail in Florida, but was later jailed for contempt of court in California.
In 2008, Tanner was arrested again for writing an improper check in Knoxville, Tennessee, but the case was settled out of court.After he was evicted from his home, Tanner was arrested in January 2012 for writing an improper check. In March 2013, Tanner was arrested in Florida for writing a bad check and major theft, and in 2014 he served 10 days for driving with a suspended license. In 2015, Tanner was arrested for failing to appear in court on a previous warrant.
Tanner is currently successfully teaching tennis. He has taught pair tennis camps with other professionals and is a camp director at his own training camp.