Are you ready for summer? The warm weather is just a precursor of what is to come, and it’s the perfect time to make summer plans for your kiddos.
Summer is one of our favorite seasons in the Community Services Department due to the large variety of community programming opportunities we offer. Nothing makes us happier than providing world-class experiences for you and your family! Are you ready to start scheduling your summer social calendar? Claim your spot early.
Here’s a sneak-peak at some of the fun programs we have in store:
Summer registration opens for Southlake residents on April 1 and on April 15 for non-residents. You can preview all summer offerings here.
In this recreational volleyball league, girls ages 6-12 can spend the summer perfecting their serves, sets, hits and passes in a fun and supportive atmosphere.
Whether your child is a student athlete or a recreational player with a love of the game, Southlake’s summer volleyball league will help her sharpen her skills while school’s out. Players register as individuals and coaches use a set rotation to ensure that all players receive equal playing time. Every effort will be made to honor coach and player requests, but requests are not guaranteed.
Registration is $70 per player, and each player will receive a league jersey. Teams will be provided a designated space for a one-hour practice each week.
We’re also in need of volunteer coaches! If you love volleyball and are looking for a rewarding summer experience, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Southlake Community Services at 817-748-8019. All coaches must pass a formal background check.
Registration Closes: May 18, 2018
Coaches Meeting: May 31, 2018
Practices Begin: June 4–8, 2018
Season Dates: June 9–July 21, 2018 (No games on July 7)
League Tournament: July 23–28, 2018
Individual players can register online or in-person at Southlake Town Hall (1400 Main Street, Suite 210).
Cancellation Policy: Programs, classes and camps that do not meet minimum registration requirements two business days prior to their scheduled time will be canceled.
Whether you’re looking for summer athletics, cool new classes or exciting camps for kids, the Southlake Scene is your family’s guide to summer fun.
Grab your calendar and get ready for summer—the 2018 Southlake Scene summer issue is live! In addition to our popular returning camps, programs and events, this issue has some exciting new additions that you won’t want to miss out on. Here are just a few highlights of the cool activities we’re offering to keep you and your family entertained all summer long:
Plus so much more! Be sure to check out the summer issue of the Southlake Scene for more ways to make the most of your summer.
You can register for classes online or in-person at the Community Services Office at 1400 Main Street, Suite 210. For more information, please call 817-748-8019.