Trumbull Racquet Club Open House March 31

Come play tennis for free.

Trumbull Racquet Club is a small town with a big heart toward tennis.

For several years, the United States Tennis Association (USTA) has been offering support to the public and the future of tennis. In hope of growing the game at a grassroots level they support both public and private facilities to open their doors and to offer free tennis lessons.

Trumbull Racquet Club has been doing this over the years and will continue to offer a day of free tennis to anyone who's interested in learning the game. This month on March 31 Trumbull will have an "Open House" and offer an evening of tennis to anyone who's interested in trying to pick up the game!

Come alone, with a friend or with your family. All you need are a pair of sneakers to gain access to the courts.

Our doors will be open, the pros will offer support and guidance plus the event is free! In addition, BJ's Wholesale will be on hand offering up snacks and beverages to all those who participate or simply watch from our lounge area.

Trumbull Racquet Club is more than a place to play tennis -- we give back to our community and offer up an opportunity to learn a sport of a lifetime.

Various opportunities are available to learn the game for children to adults. For 10 and under children we introduce them to the sport by utilizing equipment, court dimensions and scoring that is tailored to their size helping them to find success at any age.

Cardio Tennis offers that player who's looking for a high-energy workout a place to go to get in shape and burn calories. Plus endless other opportunities including a Mommy & Me, TenniSimple, USTA tennis leagues, small group lessons, summer camp and much more!

Come visit us at our Open House on Saturday, March 31, from 7 to 9 p.m. and enjoy some great snacks from BJ's. Call for more information at 203.374.8622

Trumbull Racquet Club
35 Lindeman Drive
Trumbull, CT 06611

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