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The Bluegrass Tennis Association is a non-profit United States Tennis Association sponsored Community Tennis Association that was founded in 2001. Its goals include the promotion of tennis in Central Kentucky through adult and junior programs for all ability levels. It works with current tennis programs to help expand tennis participation and helps to develop new tennis programs with interested organizations.


Bluegrass Tennis Association (BTA) is partnering with Bluegrass Racquet Club for Halloween Tennis Events. Details for each event and registration listed below!

** Tennis Clinic with some Halloween fun

 Embracing All Abilities **

Date: Monday, October 30th Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Location: Bluegrass Racquet Club

151 Brannon Meadow Way, Nicholasville, KY

🎾 Join us for a  "Embracing All Abilities" Spooky Smash Tennis Clinic, we celebrate the love of tennis with open arms to individuals of all ages and abilities. Whether you're an experienced player or new to the game, this clinic is designed for you.

🌟 What to Expect: - Tailored instruction to meet your unique needs - A welcoming and inclusive environment - Learn, play, and have fun with tennis - All equipment provided πŸŽ‰ Best of all, it's FREE! πŸŽ‰ πŸ“Œ Register Online: [Registration Link] Don't miss this fantastic opportunity to discover the joy of tennis, make new friends, and embrace your abilities on the court.

To Register Click Here:

For more information or assistance with registration, please contact: Christy Herring 859.536.6323. We can't wait to see you on the tennis court! 





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