Plenty on for young and old

October 03, 2017

Tatura's Molly Stevens enjoyed the Hit and Giggle workshop at the Tatura Lawn Tennis Club on Wednesday last week.

Hit and Giggle was popular at Tatura Lawn Tennis Club last week.

School holidays are here and Tatura youngsters have already been in action with Activities in The Park’s Hit and Giggle tennis held on Wednesday last week.

The Tatura Lawn Tennis Club was packed with students enjoying the use of speed guns, ball machine, fast four and so much more.

Greater Shepparton City Council’s activities program aims to get people of all ages out and active as the warmer months and will be visiting Tatura through October.

Today children can take part in kite making at Merrigum Recreation Reserve 10am to 12pm.

Tatura Library will showing children how to create balloon-powered cars and seeing how fast and how far they can travel from 2.30pm to 3.30pm, on Friday, October 6.

Other free regular events scheduled as a part of the Activities in the Park are Tai Chi for Health Tatura 11am to 12pm at Tatura Community House Lawn, Casey St, and returns to the same venue on Friday, October 13, 20 and 27 at the same time.

Lunch Time Yoga starts 12.15pm to 1.15pm Monday, October 16, at the Tatura Community House Lawn, Casey St, and returns to the venue on October 23 and 30.

Dhurringile Recreation Reserve hosts the Grandslam Tour: ANZ Hot Shots and Cardio Tennis 4pm to 5pm, Friday, October 13, while Tatura Lawn Tennis Club hosts the group 10.30am to 11.30am on Saturday, October 14.

The developmental tennis program is for primary school aged children, with the use of modified tennis courts, nets, racquets and balls.

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