Cobra Demo Day at Napa Golf Course March 10
Cobra Demo Day at Napa Golf Course is March 10, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Napa Golf Course is located at Kennedy Park.
Free club fittings will be provided.
Club fitting appointments are preferred in advance by contacting David Knox, Napa Golf Course’s PGA Director of Instruction, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Baseball umpires needed; meeting March 11
Baseball umpires are needed for the 2018 Napa Babe Ruth/Cal Ripken, Joe DiMaggio Baseball, St. Helena Senior Little League and the Napa Valley Baseball Club American Legion seasons. Games begin in April.
Umpires will receive training both in the classroom and on the field. These are paid positions. Umpires need to be age 15 or older and have baseball knowledge.
The first meeting will be from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, March 11 at Silverado Middle School’s east fields. Those interested should contact Steve Meyer at email@example.com or 312-0188.
Shannon Lemieux Aquatics Day April 14
The 14th annual Shannon Nicole Lemieux Memorial Aquatics Day will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 14 at the Vintage High Aquatics Center.
“The Shannon” is a fundraiser, mainly for high school aquatics athletes from American Canyon, Calistoga, Justin Siena, Napa, St. Helena and Vintage who have been invited to compete against each other for fun. There will be a synchronized swimming performance, water polo and diving exhibitions, a cannonball contest, and fun coed swimming relays such as the hilarious costume, T-shirt and “floatie” relays.
Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for kids age 12 and younger. There will be a silent auction and a snack shack with lunch items.
All proceeds benefit the Shannon Lemieux Memorial Scholarship Fund, which to date has awarded $104,000 in scholarships to deserving graduates from all participating schools.
Call Dan or Lori Lemieux at 255-7818 for more information.
Kids 4 Soccer clinics start April 26
Parent Advocates 4 Youth Sports, a 501©3 nonprofit working to better youth experience in sports in Napa and Solano counties that has offered Kids 4 Golf since 2016, will offer Kids 4 Soccer skills clinics at American Canyon High School from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. April 26, May 26 and June 23.
The clinics will be coached and instructed by local high school and junior college coaches, including American Canyon girls head coach Travis Behn and Vanden High School head coach Dan Blankenship. Visit pa4ys.org to register or for more information.
NVGFA softball signups under way, volunteers and umpires needed
The Napa Valley Girls Fastpitch Association is taking online signups and is also looking for volunteers to help with coaching, keeping score, or in other ways behind the scenes. Visit at nvgfa.com for more information.
Casual Tennis Napa plays Tuesdays and Saturdays
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. For the current meeting time and location, check Casual Tennis Napa’s Facebook page or send a message directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sonoma County cycling event May 19
The annual Sonoma County Backroad Challenge on May 19 is a fundraising event with three scenic routes of varying distances and difficulty to appeal to cyclists of every skill level, all starting in Penngrove.
The 100- and 66-mile routes eventually run along Tomales Bay before coming back, and the 37-mile route turns around near Fallon. All three routes are supported with mobile support and gear vehicles and crews. There are also five fully staffed rest stops along the routes for participants to rest, rehydrate and eat. After the ride, participants get to enjoy a festival featuring live music, barbecue and beer.
The Sonoma County Backroad Challenge is administered by the Rotary Club of Petaluma Sunrise. The proceeds from the ride support community groups helping with the ride and the club’s humanitarian projects. Recent and ongoing local projects supported include providing dictionaries to every third-grade student in Petaluma, providing school grants for projects and field trips, and providing nutritious meals to families in need. Recent international projects include building classrooms and providing water sanitation solutions to communities in the Dominican Republic.
Visit backroadchallenge.com for more information.
Skyline Swimmers train Sundays at NVC
The Napa Valley Swim Team has a new program for adult swimmers and triathletes, Skyline Swimmers, that meets from 7:30 to 9 a.m. Sundays 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 costs 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 USA Triathlon. Members of masters’ teams and other training groups are very welcome to drop in.
Napa Valley Swim Team accepting new members
The Napa Valley Swim Team is currently accepting new members, ages 6-18, for its year-round competitive swimming program.
Memberships are available for all levels of the program and less experienced swimmers are welcome. NVST offer several new choices with once and twice per week options with its Novice ($60 and $75 per month) and Junior Varsity ($80 and $100 per month) programs.
Prospective swimmers should be able to swim at least 25 yards of backstroke and freestyle with side breathing.
The Napa Valley Swim Team is a nonprofit USA Swimming program.
For more information or to arrange a placement evaluation, call 257-7946 or email email@example.com.
NVST is on Facebook and its website is napavalleyswim.com.