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SUMMER CAMPS C ROW WITH THE PROS!! ombining strenuous physical exercise with mental disciple rowing isn’t for everyone. But if you’re looking to tune your body and mind it can be one of the most rewarding experiences you can ever have. Add to that the camaraderie rowing in pairs or quads brings and you have a unique athletic experience. The SAG HARBOR COMMUNITY ROWING CLUB 631- 553-1112 will be happy to introduce your child to all this in one of their weekly summer camps. This year they up their annual ante with a cadre of the best rowing instructors in the country. Eight of the finest coaches from competitive collegiate ranks will be on hand to teach your son or daugh- ter the finest points of this life-long sport. Each weekly session will be helmed by a coach from Harvard, Penn, LaSalle, Mt. Holyoke, Delaware and more. A once-in-a-rower’s-lifetime chance to learn from the best, slots are limited so be sure to sign-up now! Princeton's Paul Casey is one of the talented staff of this year's summer rowing sessions.   TENNIS CAMP If you are looking to learn how to smash that overhead or lob with the best be sure to call the East End’s newest tennis center. Located on the Na- peague Stretch between Montauk and Amagansett 27 TENNIS 631-260-1480 offers a full range of pro- grams in the newest facility in the area. Completely re-built from top to bottom with 5 tennis courts, 2 basketball courts a spacious clubhouse, snack bar and a staff of professionals waiting to help you take your first steps into tennis or fine-tune your game. Offering summer camp, private and group lessons for kids and adults, tournaments and leagues this will be your home-away from home for tennis in 2018. For two decades East Hampton Indoor Tennis has been the largest and most comprehensive facility in the East End. A year-round operation with dozens of indoor and outdoor courts they offer memberships, private instruction, camps for all ages and abilities in a friendly, competitive environment. Last year they expanded with the MONTAUK DOWNS TENNIS 631-238-7160. Located at the Montauk Downs they offer six Har- Tru courts to install a program very similar to East Hampton. Open to the public for daily play, with seasonal membership available they’ll also begin a full fledged tennis camp this June with sessions for adults and kids, too. Expect expert instruction for all ages and levels.   CARTOON CAMP You may not recognize the name, but if you love “The Addams Family” you know the talented work of Mr. Charles Addams. He may be gone but his technique of drawing continues in a series of weekly workshops sponsored by the BRIDGEHAMPTON MUSEUM 631-537-1088. Held weekly from July 9-13 kids 7 and up learn the basics of using pencil and pad to begin, polish and finish an idea. Taught by beloved local cartoonist Peter “Wetiquite” Spacek this is not just a great learning experience, but great fun, too!   THE BOTTOM LINE Know that whichever camp you choose your chil- dren will have a great time in one of the country’s best summer vacation areas. Kind of makes you wish you were 10 all over again, doesn’t it? ■ EBB TIDE & EBB TIDE II THE THE NEW Welcome Aboard! F UN F amily F ishiNg ! All Bait and Tackle Provided All Major Credit Cards Accepted Information & Reservations 631.668.2818 470 West Lake Drive, Montauk Harbor Full Day Fishing Half Day Fishing Sunset Cruises Private Charters C apt . J ake N essel C apt . B ill U rvalek Discounts for Kids, Seniors & Groups JUNE 2018 | Montauk Life | 41