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Sedona Parks & Recreation Spring Break Programs

What to do over Spring Break?  Why not have yourself a Taste of Tennis.  Sedona Parks and Recreation invites all children ages 4-16 to “try out” tennis and see if it is a right fit for you. 

On Monday, March 15 through Friday, March 19, tennis instructors Eric Meyers and Laura Cooper will be on location at Posse Grounds Park, between the hours of 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. to provide tennis instruction to those who show up.  You can come one day or every day.  The fee is $8 per person, per class. 

Parent’s, don’t miss out on the chance to let your little ones try out this sport without the need to register them for lessons first.  Let our instructors introduce you to the sport in a fun and energetic way. 

You may prepay for this event ahead of time at the Parks and Recreation office at 102 Roadrunner Drive in Sedona or over the phone at 282-7098.  You may also pay the morning of at the tennis courts.  Posse Grounds Park is located at 525 Posse Ground Road.  For more information on this and other Parks and Recreation events, please reference our website at www.SedonaAz.gov/Parks


Or how about Sedona’s Spring Break Soccer Camp?  Sedona Parks and Recreation would like to invite children ages 6 to 16 to enjoy indoor and outdoor soccer instruction over spring break.  All skill levels are welcome.  The camp will be held Monday, March 15 through Friday, March 19 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on the Sedona Red Rock High School campus, 995 Upper Red Rock Loop Road. 

The fee is $120 per child with local and family discounts available.  Simply bring your soccer ball, sun block, lunch and sneakers and enjoy a day full of soccer instruction.  Water is provided.

This camp will cover areas such as: shooting, passing, dribbling, receiving, and decision-making, nutrition and health.  Former MLS star Ivan McKinley and Darrin Karusas along with Sedona Red Rock High School coaches and players will be teaching and running the camp.

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