Adults and Kids Invited to March in 4th of July Parade

Sign up now at the front desk if you’d like to join us for our “Tennis – Steamboat Style” parade entry. The tennis automobile will lead us followed by the rolling net and giant racquets. We’ll have the STA wheelchairs and pulling up our rear will be John Kuhn’s beautiful horse Dixie! Dress in Red/White/Blue Western/Tennis wear. We’ll meet on Yampa St between 5th and 9th around 9 am on Wednesday, July 4th!

OPEN PLAY PICKLEBALL WITH SEAN

SSPA members receive a discount on the New Open Play Pickleball with Sean held on: Wednesdays 8-10 am, Fridays 3-5 pm, Saturdays and Sundays 8 am – 11 am. Regular Open Play PB price is $10, but SSPA members pay on $6.  You can register for Open Play at home, at the front desk or just show up to play. Please consider putting money on your account or a credit card on your account and you will just check in at the courts instead of coming in each Open Play to pay. Thank you!

Rotary of Steamboat Cornhole Classic Presented by Alpine Bank

“WOW”, was heard a lot on Saturday, May 19th at the Tennis Center. The team of rotarians, sponsors, and volunteers made the first annual Steamboat Rotary Cornhole Classic a huge success!

Fundraising details will be announced soon but every one of the artist boards were auctioned to highest bidder with the Horizons sets going to our teen division winners. See the link below for lots of great event photos taken by Steamboat Rotary President Steve Sehnert!

Event Photos

First High School Tournament in Steamboat Attracts Six Schools

The Tennis Center hosted their first high school varsity tournament on March 9 and 10. Thanks to the Steamboat Tennis Association’s support, six schools were able to participate. In addition to Steamboat High, Aspen, Vail, Centaurus, Northridge, and Justice High Schools were in attendance. Steamboat placed 2nd to Aspen’s win with a 3-4 loss. Thanks to community for lots of cheering and good vibes!

Retirement Party for Coach John Aragon

Coach John Aragon has coached Boys’ or Girls’ or both High School Teams in Steamboat since 1998! He is retiring from High School coaching this year and we hosted a party for him. Lots of former players and their parents showed up for the event. Lots of stories were told and there was much laughter and a few tears. The potluck and the STA food donations made for quite the feast!

STA’s Youth Adaptive Tennis Starting May 4th

The Steamboat Tennis Association hosts Youth Adaptive Tennis several times each year. The program is free to any youth facing any cognitive or physical challenges. The program will run on Fridays from 4-5 pm on the following dates: may 4, May 11, May 18,, May 25 and June 1. Call 970-879-8400 to register.

STA’s Free Youth Beginner Camps

The STA is hosting their annual Holiday Camps for Beginner Youth on January 3 and 4. There is no cost but kids should register. Youth ages 5-10 are invited to attend both days from 9-10 am. Youth ages 11-18 are invited both days from 10:30-11:30. All you need is tennis shoes and a smile!