November 20th 2020
COVID 19 UPDATE
Please be advised Tri County Health Department has issued a new public health order for Arapahoe County. This communication from Tri County is posted on their Covid 19 website:
"The Emergency Public Health Order, which goes into effect at 5 p.m. Friday, November 20th, 2020, requires the following changes for Arapahoe County residents and businesses:
- Indoor dining is closed; take out, curbside and delivery are encouraged.
- Outdoor dining in open air only (not covered structures), and only with groups of one’s own household.
- Indoor events are closed or canceled.
- All alcohol sales cease at 8 p.m.
- There are new guidelines for P-12 schools.
- Office-based businesses are now subject to building capacity, as opposed to the limit on the percent of staff for in-person work.
- The addition of a strong encouragement for remote work for office-based businesses in Level Yellow and Orange
- A requirement that Critical and non-Critical Retail offer increased options for curbside pickup, delivery, and dedicated service hours for seniors and at-risk individuals.
- The removal of “Extra Large” from the social distancing calculator requirements, meaning now facilities larger than 7,200 square feet can use the calculator.
- The encouragement of individuals at risk of severe illness from COVID-19 to remain at home as much as possible in each Level.
November 20th 2020 - COVID-19 Update -
Safer at Home- Severe Risk
Members MUST reserve a court utilizing the scheduler on the Tennis tab - Book A Court.
The barn is currently open for members who own/lease horses at Village Club and for members who wish to take private riding lessons utilizing a VC school horse.
We hope you and your families stay safe!
|A beautiful bit of history and tradition is tucked away in the heart of Cherry Hills Village. The Village Tennis, Riding and Swim Club is a glowing gem with a rich architectural history, creating a legacy of family fun and lasting memories for over 40 years. Generations have grown up at the Village Club; a community of families dedicated to preserving equestrian activities, tennis, and swimming in a family oriented environment.
This unique members club is situated just west of Dahlia on East Belleview Avenue. The 10 acre parcel that is now the Village Club was originally a privately owned horse stable built in 1929. The massive stone barn was designed by the well-known Denver architect, Temple H. Buell, who was a dear friend of the owner, Florence Kistler. At the time the barn was built, a swimming pool was constructed, as well as a magnificent stone fireplace and outdoor kitchen where the owner, with the help of her two daughters, Florence and Frances, entertained many elite Denver families. A small bus ferried socialites from the city to the stables for horseback riding, picnics and weekend fun.
Since those early years, the grand stone stables have been remodeled and functions as the main clubhouse and historic centerpiece of the club’s facilities. After a tragic fire in November 1998, a modern barn was built to stable members' horses as well as the horses used in the riding school program.
Each step in the development of The Village Tennis Riding and Swim Club involved many hours of active, volunteer participation of members of the club. With a varied list of social and sport activities, members enjoy the club year round. Club activities have always encouraged the interaction of all ages.
Call Camille at 303-771-8131 for more information.
Click here for the Membership Application.
We look forward to meeting you soon!