Saint-Laurent, June 16, 2017 - With the return of the summer season, tennis buffs are invited to come play their favourite sport at one of Saint-Laurent's parks—31 courts located at 9 parks in the Borough are available for residents to enjoy. Take lessons, practise your skills during free play or even participate in a tournament—whatever you please!
Tennis lessons or free play
Take advantage of free play time at Gohier, Marcel-Laurin, Alexis-Nihon, Hartenstein, Cousineau, Noël-Sud, Painter, Saint-Laurent and Marlborough parks. Moreover, registration is under way for the upcoming session of lessons, which begins on June 26. There are a number of levels to choose from, for both youngsters and adults alike. For more details on the procedures to follow in order to register or reserve a court: ville.montreal.qc.ca/saint-laurent/loisirsenligne, and click on English.
Registration for municipal tennis tournament
Tennis players are invited to register for the municipal tournament: free of charge for 10-17-year-olds and $20 for adults. The tournament will take place on the weekends of July 14-16 and July 21-23 at Parc Gohier. All proceeds will go to Parkinson Canada. For more details: ville.montreal.qc.ca/saint-laurent/tennis.