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These classes will teach the fundamentals of ballet and tap, while developing balance and coordination.
These classes are designed to promote physical activity and motor skill development.
Martial Arts for the entire family. Improve flexibility, concentration, general conditioning, hand/eye coordination, balance,self-discipline, and physical/mental well-being.
For those interested in art, dance and music classes.
Have a special interest? Check out these classes.
Youth Programs, Scouting Badges
Looking to get in shape? See what The REC has to offer.
Sign up for Basketball and Volleyball at our Fieldhouse USA Location Today!
Register for Grapevine Youth Baseball and Softball at GBSA.org for the 2017 Spring season!
Grapevine-Southlake Soccer Association promotes recreational soccer, where children of all abilities and experience levels are encouraged to participate.
GCYFA offers football for youth 1st grade to 8th grade.
GYW is the newest association in town. Come out and join workouts on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Tennis classes are offered for beginners or to improve your skills.
Join the City of Grapevine Main Street Days Tennis Tournament, for singles or doubles.
Looking for a youth sports camp? Try one of our youth basketball or tennis camps!
This is the best way for your child to spend their summer.
Looking for something for your teen to do this summer?
This camp is designed for the adventurer inside every one of us.
This camp is designed for those who like excitement!
Does your camper have a specific interest? Check out these camps!
These are interactive computer camps that focus on providing enrichment opportunities to students in the world of computers.
Want to be a Scientist? Astronaut? Inventor? Or Spy?
Learn the joy of sailing!
Take aim and explore the dynamic sport of archery.
Expand your skills and become the best bowhunter in the woods.
Do you have what it takes to survive in a world without smartphones or relying on other electronic devices?
Become a seasoned fly fisherman.
Practice your paleontology skills this spring break!