Skyline Swimmers training Sundays at NVC
The Napa Valley Swim Team announced a new program for adult swimmers and triathletes, the NVST Skyline Swimmers.
The group began convening May 21 and meets from 7:30 to 9 a.m. each Sunday at the Napa Valley College pool.
It is for adult swimmers of all ability levels, whether they want to improve overall fitness, swim just for fun, develop better technique, or train for triathlons or swimming competitions.
The Skyline Swimmers are coached by experienced swim coach and professional triathlete Emily Cocks.
Each workout will cost a drop-in fee of $15 (discounts available for multiple sessions) with no monthly fees, ongoing charges, or other commitment.
All attending swimmers must be registered with US Masters swimming or (beginning June 4) USA Triathlon. Members of masters’ teams and other training groups are very welcome to drop in.
Swim Team seeks new members
The Napa Valley Swim Team is accepting new members for its year-round competitive program. Memberships are available for swimmers at all skill levels , especially less-experienced ones in middle school and high school for the Junior Varsity and Pre-Senior groups.
The NVST is a nonprofit USA Swimming program and has been the preeminent swimming program in the Napa community for over 50 years. For more information or to arrange a placement evaluation, call 257-7946, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit its Facebook page and website at napavalleyswim.com.
Casual Tennis Napa at two locations
Connect with other tennis players – casual, non-competitive, rally, volley, scoreless, just for the fun of it.
Casual Tennis Napa meets Tuesday and Saturday mornings, weather permitting, at two different locations. For current meeting time and location, check postings on Casual Tennis Napa's Facebook page or send a message directly to email@example.com.
Skip Long Memorial Auto-Roundup July 9
The 33rd annual Skip Long Memorial Auto-Roundup will feature many different classes of vehicles, including antiques, street rods, customs, pick-ups, motorcycles and muscle cars Sunday, July 9 at Vintner’s Golf Club in Yountville.
Spectator admission is free. Entry setup is at 9 a.m., the public is welcome at 11 a.m., and awards presentations will conclude the show at 2 p.m. Along with the enjoyment of the display vehicles, there will be raffle prizes and other activities.
The annual event, which attracts national recognition, is dedicated to the memory of a late Napa native who as a young man restored a 1932 Ford Coupe from the ground up and won various prestigious awards. Long tragically lost his life at age 25 to a fishing accident in 1985 on the Sacramento River. To many, he is remembered as a happy, adventurous individual who attended local schools and was active in local sports and activities.
For registration and event information, call Theresa Long at (707) 224-0238.
Napa High basketball camp July 10-13
The second annual “Grow Our Game” Napa High Basketball Camp, open to all fifth through eighth grade students (for the 2017-18 calendar year), boys and girls, is July 10-13, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Students will learn basketball from the Napa High boys and girls basketball coaches and players.
The camp fee is $125. Scholarships are available.
There is a sibling discount available per additional camper.
Adult tennis camps at Silverado resume July 21-23
Fans of backhands, volleys and vines, Silverado Resort and Spa will host two-and-a-half-day adult tennis camps July 21-23 and Oct. 20-22. Participants will receive tennis instruction combined with wine education and tastings.
The camps include a round robin and three-course dinner paired with Napa wines the first evening, half-day tennis instruction on both subsequent days, and two-for-one winery tasting passes and two nights of accommodations at the resort’s recently renovated rooms.
The camp also includes a free copy of Peter Burwash’s book “Tennis for Life” and complimentary court time. Instruction by Silverado professionals Katie Dellich and Quinn Saine, both seasoned veterans of the Peter Burwash International tennis management company.
For more information, visit silveradoresort.com or call 505-257-0200.
Trinity Prep needs volleyball coach
Trinity Prep looking for a girls volleyball head coach who has experience coaching or with or a high level of play.
An ability to obtain certifications and fingerprint clearance is also required.
Anyone interested can send a resume and references to Jim Klaczak, Director of Athletics, Kolbe Academy & Trinity Prep, 2055 Redwood Road, Napa, CA 94558 or email them to him at firstname.lastname@example.org. He is available by phone at 707-258-9030.