Adult Recreation & Enrichment Programs
Walled Lake Community Education welcomes adult volleyball teams of all levels of experience to participate in our Winter 2023 Women’s and CO-ED Volleyball Leagues. Players may appear on multiple rosters. Team registrations only please! All team members must be at least 18 years old or a high school graduate to participate.
Members will be able to join each week from 6:30-8:30pm for round robin matches. The relaxed league will give members the opportunity to play each other, practice their skills, and play as many games as they are able to fit in during their evening. There will be manual score boards available, however there will not be referees or formal standings. You are able to play with a partner or pair with different players throughout the evening.
Drop-In to the Geisler gym and join us for some volleyball! Teams are created based on attendance. $5 per person is collected at the door. NO registration is required.
- When: Tuesdays, 9/12-12/19 (Closed 10/31, 11/7, 11/14), 6:30-9:30pm
- Where: Geisler Middle School
- Fee: $5 Cash or Check
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Requirements: Please come to class with a minimum of three possible book concepts, your personal computer or tablet, or notebook to record your notes and practice exercises.
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