Welcome to the Renfrew Tennis Club
Court bookings must be made on-line using our new Skedda website. Information will be emailed to you on how to book court times once your 2021 membership fee is paid.
The club must keep a record of every player and what time/date they used the courts for the Health Unit Contract Tracing, so this online booking system is the way we have chosen to track this information.
• Reservations will be for a maximum 90 minutes (ex. 8:00 – 9:30 AM) however there will be a mandatory 15-minute window in which to wipe down surfaces that have been touched and allow players to leave the courts. So on this booking play would be from 8:00 – 9:15 AM with a changeover window from 9:15 – 9:30 AM
• Court Reservations must specify both players’ names.
• Please respect your reservation time, especially in this time of fewer courts and greater demand. Booking cannot be made more than 7 days in advance, and players are limited at this time to no more than four 1.5 hour bookings/ week for a total of 6 hours weekly playing time. (this will be re-evaluated weekly when a sense of the court demand is established)
• People who repeatedly “no-show” will have reduced booking privileges.
Public washrooms now available to Tennis Club members and are cleaned each morning by Town Recreation staff. The key for use by tennis players is in the hydro light switch box and must be returned to the same spot after use.
(Must use your court key to lock and unlock the hydro box)
Washrooms are unlocked by staff in day and locked up early evening but are accessible after that to tennis players only. but last person leaving courts also should ensure washroom doors are locked and key in hydro box before leaving
🎾 Notice: Cans of Tennis balls are now available at Aikenhead’s Drug Store in Downtown Renfrew at an excellent price -$5/can of 3 balls presently *** best price in town!!!!
**Remember each player MUST bring own balls initialed or marked to play with, even in the Leagues this season.
With both Singles and Doubles Leagues – a gentle reminder to all players that your membership fee must be paid PRIOR to your first match. 🙂
Online registration form can be found at the link above and payments can be sent via e-transfer directly to our email firstname.lastname@example.org with NO security question or password required. Let us know if you need any help or clarification!
We are using an online registration (google form) this year.
Click the button above to access the form. Returning club members will receive the online registration form link via email.
Fill it in then THE FOLLOWING BUSINESS DAY pop into Aikenhead’s Drugstore in Downtown Renfrew (Canada Post Counter NOT the front cashes) to pick up your court keys and shoe tags!
Aikenhead’s Hours hours are:
Monday – Friday 9:00 am-6:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 am-5:00 pm
2021 Membership Fees:
Family Membership $170.00 + $3.00 OTA fee for each Junior & Intermediate child included as part of the family membership.
Adult Membership $85
Senior Membership (65 & over at date of registration) $80
Junior Membership (under 14 as of January 1, 2021) $30
Intermediate Membership (under 18 as of January 1, 2021) $50
PLUS, the number of court keys you’d like at $3.00 each.
Aikenheads will NOT be accepting cash payments for Tennis memberships.
Online e-Transfers or if you’d prefer to mail your cheque into our treasurer you may make it out to “Renfrew Tennis Club” and send to: Renfrew Tennis Club 29 Nadobny Lane Renfrew, ON K7V 3Z9
The Renfrew Tennis Club is located at Ma-te-Way Park. For information, please contact us!
2021 RENFREW TENNIS CLUB EXECUTIVE:
COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSONS :
Court Manager: Garry Irving (432-5944)
Junior/Intermediate Development: Garry Irving & Robert Pelletier
Membership: Ruth McNulty & Jessica Belanger
Media: Jessica Belanger
Banquet Convener: Jane Donnelly
Annual Trophy Preparation: Martha Scott
Morning Tennis Group: Margret Leclair & Meena Ballantyne
Singles League: Robert Pelletier
Doubles League & Senior Invitational: Eldon Ferguson
Junior/Intermediate League: Robert Pelletier
Social Convener: Sheila Kemp