Langley Otters hosting ‘Try-it’ day Tuesday at Walnut Grove Pool

Curious about water polo? An opportunity to try it out for free comes the afternoon of May 31.

Players and coaches of a fast-paced, aquatic team sport are offering space in the Walnut Grove pool’s to introduce themselves to the community on Tuesday afternoon.

The Langley Otters water polo club is holding a Try-It session on Tuesday, May 31 from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. at Walnut Grove Community Centre’s pool.

The goal is to introduce potential new players to the sport.

The Otters are a summer water polo club for boys and girls under the age of 14, and are coached by Georgiy Belyaev, Deena Charles, and Grant Phillips-Hing, and managed by Tatiana Belyaeva.

The Otters practise four times a week at Walnut Grove Pool and their season runs from June 8 to Aug. 15.

For more on the Otters, visit Facebook and type in ‘Langley Otters Water Polo Club.’

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