Armonk Tennis Club

Armonk Tennis Club
Armonk Tennis Club is listed in the Tennis Court Private category in Armonk, New York. Displayed below are the social networks for Armonk Tennis Club which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Armonk Tennis Club on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 92.

Contact information for Armonk Tennis Club is:
546 Bedford Rd
Armonk, NY 10504
(914) 273-8124

"Armonk Tennis Club" - ZapScore Report

Armonk Tennis Club has an overall ZapScore of 92. This means that Armonk Tennis Club has a higher ZapScore than 92% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Armonk, New York is 33 and in the Tennis Court Private category is 56. Learn more about ZapScore

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Congratulations to Alex Lewis to making the consolation finals at Little Mo this weekend #atc

Congrats to MITL 'B4' for a 3-1 win against Waccabuc, and HVTL for a 2-2 tie with Nyack. MITL 'B3' had a tough loss against Willowbrook #atc

Congratulations to our MITL 'C4' Team for a 3-1 win against Trump National! #atc

Congratulations to our MITL 'A' Team for a 3-1 win against Westchester Country Club! #atc

The sun is out and the courts are packed for our first day of MITL practice. #atc

ATC is hosting a tennis tournament to fight ALS this Saturday. Sign up at

Armonk Tennis Club published a note.
Camp Armonk 2015 - Week 7 Highlights
Summer at Camp Armonk flew by this year. It was great welcoming back campers from last year and meeting the newcomers who joined us throughout the summer. And it was even better watching them build friendships that will hopefully last beyond camp. At Camp Armonk Sports, we aimed to mix our athletic coaching with life lessons. So while we taught the campers to keep their heads up while dribbling a soccer ball or to jump straight up when shooting a basketball, we also stressed the importance of qualities such as teamwork, sportsmanship, patience, and self-confidence. And we owe a big thanks to the staff responsible for teaching those lessons: Ken, Maya, Ellie, Nick, and Megan worked hard all summer to make sure each camper's experience was a rewarding one. We would also like to thank Neutron Nancy and her intern Matt for another enlightening summer of Mad Science. The campers explored many different aspects of science, and always in a fun and engaging way so that they will be inspired to keep on learning. Most importantly, thank you to our campers and their parents. We appreciated seeing all the smiling faces show up each day eager to learn new things and have fun. If you have any comments, suggestions, or questions about your camp experience, please let us know. We hope to see you all next summer, but before then, have a wonderful rest of the summer and a great upcoming school year!

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Camp Armonk 2015 - Week 6 Highlights
After finishing week 6 at Camp Armonk, we're almost at the end of what has been a great summer. The weather has been spectacular, which has helped keep the campers' energy and enthusiasm up. We've also had many familiar faces come back week after week, so they've been able to develop friendships, as well as help new campers immediately feel at home. Our sport of the week was Gaga ball. Gaga is a fast-paced game played in an octagonal pit. It can be considered a gentler version of dodgeball. It still combines the skills of dodging, running, and jumping, but instead of throwing the ball, players swat it with the goal of hitting opponents below the knees. It's always a camp favorite. This week's Mad Science theme was Crazy Chemworks. Each day campers learned about various elements of the periodic table and performed fun experiments related to them. They even created their own slime! One of our team-building exercises was Capture the Flag. The game has a bit of a different dynamic when all the campers play together, as the older kids take on more of a coaching role. They set the strategy and offer encouragement to the younger kids. It's great to see them work together. Remember, next week is the last week of Camp Armonk 2015. If you'd like to join us for it, just contact us at 914.273.8124 or

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Camp Armonk 2015 - Week 5 Highlights
All summer during instructional swim we've had campers become more and more comfortable in the water, and this week was no different. From learning to stay afloat to trying different strokes, it's amazing how much growth there's been between weeks one and five. The campers had fun playing basketball this week. We worked on shooting, dribbling, and passing. A favorite drill of the campers was knockout, which is a shooting game that requires balancing speed with accuracy, as you have to score quickly to avoid being knocked out by the shooter behind you. While throwing up shots as quickly as possible might seem like a good strategy, it's usually better to take the extra second to shoot with proper form and hopefully make the basket on the first try. In Mad Science, the campers took a journey into outer space. They learned about the planets and how they help make up the solar system. They even built their own rockets, launching them by foot power, and we had a fun competition to see whose rocket would land the furthest away. If you have any questions or comments, please contact us at 914.273.8124 or

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Camp Armonk 2015 - Week 4 Highlights
We've passed the midway point of this summer's Camp Armonk. It's amazing how fast it's moving. Our impact sport this week was Capture the Flag, which required the campers to use teamwork, decision-making, and speed. Each team created a plan and strategically positioned themselves on the field before choosing the right time to race for their opponents' flags. It's a fun combination of mental and physical skill. In Mad Science, the campers learned about the creations of several historic inventors, and each day they invented something of their own. On Thursday, they made lightsabers like those in Star Wars. A noteworthy team-building sport we played was Gaga Ball. The older campers really enjoyed showing the younger campers some tips and techniques. Due to increased temperatures, we brought out the "Big Kahuna," which is our gigantic water slide. It's always a camp favorite, as it lets the kids dodge the heat in a different way. If you have any questions or comments, please contact us at 914.273.8124 or