‘Come and Try’ tennis and netball activities and demonstrations on the ninja-style equipment course will be part of the official opening this Thursday of a $2.1 million upgrade of Tarnham Road Reserve in the City of Marion.
The project at Seacombe Heights was funded by Council and features:
• Two dual-purpose tennis and netball courts with lighting
• Two tennis courts
• A skate zone with flat rails
• Ninja-style course
• Public toilet
• Shelters and seating
• Car parking.
Tarnham Road Reserve is west of Seaview High School and is a popular recreation area for the school community and local families.
The new courts will be used by the Dover Square Tennis Club and The Hub Netball Club.
School holiday activities are starting early with a community celebration at the reserve from 4-6pm this Thursday.
Members of the Lions Club of Hallett Cove and Districts will be cooking a barbeque, Vanessa from Voodoo Body Art will be doing ‘festival faces’ or face painting with bling, for older kids and Krystal from LaLa Latte coffee van will be serving up free coffee
‘Come and Try’ tennis and netball sessions will be run by the Dover Square Tennis Club and The Hub Netball Club.
One of the instructors from the Move It program will be doing demonstrations on the new Ninja-style course. Move It is a partnership program between the Cities of Marion, Mitcham and Holdfast Bay that aims to help local communities discover new places, spaces and ways to 'move it', locally.
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