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Tiny Tots Tennis (Ages 3.5-5) Deadline

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Tiny Tots Tennis (Ages 3.5-5) Deadline

Time: September 23, 2013 from 6pm to 7pm
Location: JCC of Greater New Haven: Gym
Street: 360 Amity Rd.
City/Town: Woodbridge
Phone: 2033872522
Event Type: sport, tennis, children, tot, class
Organized By: Debra Kirschner
Latest Activity: Sep 23, 2013

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Fun-filled introduction to tennis for kids.

Thursdays, 1:10-1:40 pm or 1:50-2:20 pm, 10/3-12/19 (11 weeks)

$154 for JCC members, $230 for nonmembers

Registration: https://www.spectrumonline.net/LinkIn.aspx?LinkTo=ProgramCourse&Club=JCC%20New%20Haven&SiteID=1&SemesterID=C3B25E5C-CF8B-43AC-B823-E893B98E7ADB&CatID=9800DF3F-C2F9-4AF7-965F-D07D51272C9A&ServiceID=3265B319-11BF-4545-9635-6A2DA98D756D

Contact: Debra Kirschner, 203-387-2522, campdirector@jccnh.org

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