- Category: Programs
- Published: Friday, 17 April 2015 19:07
This program is not currently operating.
This program is not currently operating.
The 2018 Trend Arlington Softball and T-Ball program allows for our community's kids to have fun and learn a few skills in a non-competitive environment. This is a development program that will teach players to catch, throw, hit and introduce the rules of play….FUNdamentals!
T-Ball for 3-6 year olds (May 7th – June 11th)
When: Mondays from 6pm – 7pm (excluding Victoria day)
Where: The baseball diamond in Space Park (off Cramer)
Softball for 7-14 year olds (May 5th - June 23rd)
When: Saturdays from 10am - 12pm
Where: The baseball diamond in Trend Arlington Park (next to the Community Building, off Bellman)
Registration fees: $50 per kid. Registration open soon.
WANT TO HELP OUT WITH THIS YEAR'S PROGRAM? FIND OUT HOW BELOW!
We're looking for a Program Coordinator to help manage this year’s T-Ball / Softball program, which runs from early May to late June, with registration and coordination activity to begin in mid-March.
This is a part-time, short-term position that you can work when it suits your schedule. Members of the TACA Executive Committee are available to assist.
The Coordinator wouldn't be alone in this project. TACA members are available to mentor and assist you!
We're looking for Coaches to help run this year’s T-Ball / Softball program, which runs from early May to late June. This opportunity is also available to high-school students looking for volunteer hours!
This is a part-time, short-term position that follows a set schedule. The T-Ball program (3 – 6 year olds) takes place Monday evenings from 6pm – 7pm. The Softball program (7 – 14 year olds) takes place Saturday mornings from 10am – 12pm.
Former coaches will be available to mentor and assist you to ensure a smooth transition and get the program running.
The Nepean City Soccer Club is a community based volunteer organization dedicated to the presentation and promotion of soccer in West Ottawa. Serving ages 4 and up, the Nepean City Soccer Club supports over 1800 players in 14 House League divisions, 23 youth competitive teams and 10 adult teams through association with the Lynwood Soccer Club. Our fields are located in the west end of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada south of Baseline Road, north of Hunt Club Drive, west of Woodroffe Avenue through Bells Corners. This covers the communities of Centrepointe, Craig Henry, Trend-Arlington, Qualicum, Pinecrest, Lynnwood, Bells Corners and Crystal Beach. Our goal, as a community club, is to provide development opportunities in playing, coaching and refereeing.
For more information please visit: http://nepeansoccer.ca
Join a long standing fastball league and compete with five other teams in games on Monday and Wednesday nights at the Trend-Arlington Park in Nepean, just north of Hunt Club and Greenbank Rd.
For more information about the league and how to join please visit: http://www.tafastball.ca
The Trend-Arlington Tennis Club runs the tennis courts in Trend-Arlington Park at 50 Bellman Drive, just off of Greenbank Rd., north of Hunt Club Rd. The Trend-Arlington Tennis Club operates from April to October every year. Tuesday nights are Members' Nights at the Club, featuring mixed doubles games.
During the summer, the Professional Tennis Institute, through the Trend Arlington Tennis Club and the City, operate youth tennis programs. Information on the Professional Tennis Institute programs and about how you can become TATC club member may be found on the Trend Arlington Tennis Club website: http://www.tatennis.ca
One of the City's preschool Duffer Doo Programs is held at the Trend-Arlington Community Centre on Tuesday and Thursday mornings. Normally three sessions are held each year in the fall, winter and spring. The program is designed with stimulating themes and lots of play. Crafts, songs, games, along with water and sand activities happen each week for ages ranging from 2 to 5 years. Registered participants and parents can visit Duffer Doo at the Trend-Arlington Community Centre to meet the staff and get acquainted.
For more information please call (613) 580-2424, extension 41243. A Recreational Guide and instructions on how to register children may be found on the City's website