Tennis lessons at the clay courts near the library.
One of the consequences that resulted from the construction of the new Westmount Recreation Center was the closure of the “junior” tennis courts.
Previously, there were two courts: the asphalt courts (for children and “newbies”) and the clay courts for “adults”.
If one dared to venture into the latter, without the proper sartorial attire and the latest tennis equipment, the “regulars” would, without hesitation (nor possessing any manners) make comments that made one feel out of place and very uncomfortable. It was, at one time, treated as a private tennis club.
Thankfully, this is no longer the case. Everyone, of all ages, can now have fun enjoying this sport.