JOIN US THIS SUMMER!
A Movie, Tennis, and Swimming
It’s officially summer!
Join us at Movies Under the Stars this Friday,
on the courts for great tennis programs,
and at our last session of swim lessons.
Keep reading below for this and other news!
THE LEGO MOVIE - Friday, July 18th at 9 pm, Glick Road Pool
The Muirfield Village Civic Association is pleased to offer
"Movies Under the Stars" for the 10th consecutive summer.
Gather up your friends and neighbors for this fun-filled night at the pool.
Bring a towel, raft and your pool pass.
We will provide a glow necklace for each child.
The snack bar will be open as well.
We will be presenting "The LEGO Movie" on Friday, July 18th,
at the Glick Road pool. An ordinary Lego construction worker,
thought to be the prophesied 'Special',
is recruited to join a quest to stop an evil tyrant
from gluing the Lego universe into eternal stasis.
The film is rated PG.
Entry for the movie starts at 9:15 p.m.
after the pool has closed. The movie starts at 9:30.
Cost is $1 for MVCA members and $5 for non-members.
Guests are welcome with a guest pass and the cost is $5.
We are looking for a few volunteers to help from 8:45 - 9:30
with check in. Please contact Anne Spillman
at 302-2631 if you can help out.
Tennis Program Updates
NEW… Mid-Summer Men's Clinic!
Begins this Wednesday, July 16th 7:30-9:00 p.m.
$15.00/person Drop in clinic - no commitment, come when you can!
The sign up sheet is at the Tennis Pavilion or email
Junior Tennis Sessions
Junior Tennis Sessions 4 and 5 still have space - sign up in person or
Session 4: July 22 - July 31
Session 4: August 5 - August 14
Junior Mini Tennis Camp
End the Summer with a fun mini camp before school starts.
Join us August 18-19!
Ages 8 and Up: 9:00-12:00pm - $60.00
Ages 4-7: 1:00-2:00pm - $40.00
PIZZA PARTY at noon on, Tuesday, August 19th!
Sign up online
or at the Tennis Pavilion.
Muirfield Association Championships Open Tournament
Sign up to be Neighborhood Champion! Tournament will be played August 23-24
until completed. Pro sets.
Trophies for winners! Just $10.00 per person.
Sign up online or at the Tennis Pavilion. SIGN UP DEADLINE IS AUGUST 18th!
Session 3 Swim Lessons
The final session of swim lessons will take place
weekdays, Monday July 28th through Friday August 8th, 2014.
Signups open at 4:00 p.m. on Friday, July 18th
and end 4:00 p.m. Wednesday, July 23rd.
We’re looking forward to having your child join us!
Swim Lesson information
Beat that Heat!
Don't forget about the extended hours at the pools!
Both pools are open 12 noon to 9 p.m. Monday - Friday and 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
on the weekends. Beat the summer heat and join your neighbors at the pool!
Now that July is here, it is a great time to get out and enjoy the warm weather! Many residents enjoy this season by playing with their dogs along the paths and common areas of Muirfield Village. Dog owners have a responsibility in making sure everyone enjoys being outside – not just the dogs.
Nothing can spoil a peaceful day like the sound of barking dogs. The city has noise and nuisance ordinances to control barking dogs, so if barking is persistent and offensive, it should be reported to the police department for investigation.
A family walk can be ruined by having to deal with the results of owners not cleaning up after their dogs. All dog owners must carry visible means for cleaning up after the pet when off the owner’s property.
Dogs running at-large without a leash are a threat to all those around them. Dublin has a leash law that states animals should not be permitted to run at-large. The Association also requires dogs to be under reasonable control at all times. Some are lax in complying with this ordinance because they think the dog will stay in the yard and not be a problem. This is not necessarily true: even a well-trained dog may react if animals or people invade the dog’s space. Without a leash, very few dogs will be under reasonable physical control. The Dublin police or Franklin County Animal Control officers can impound any stray domestic animal. Vicious or biting dogs should be reported to the Dublin police or Animal Control.
Here are a few bits of information from Dublin’s pet ordinance that you should know:
Dogs, cats or domestic ferrets over the age of 3 months must be immunized against rabies. Pet owners must either display a current rabies immunization tag on a dog or cat collar and/or be able to present an immunization certificate if requested.
Dogs more than 3 months old should be registered annually with the county auditor. The Dublin Police or Franklin County Animal Control officers can impound a dog if a valid registration tag is not attached to the dog’s collar.
Keeping dogs that continually disturb the peace by barking, howling or yelping is not permitted.
We get a great deal of pleasure and companionship from our dogs; however, we do have responsibilities to them and to our neighbors. The Association encourages you to enjoy time with your pet, just make sure you've got control of your best friend at all times.