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New members are always welcome.

Work on Courts 3 & 4
Courts 3 and 4 are going to be cleaned, patched and re-painted. The courts have been washed but as of August 22 the actual work has not started. When work starts the courts will be unavailable for a period of time. Check Notices page or Facebook for daily updates.

Now on Facebook
We have created a Perth Tay Tennis Club group on Facebook. Join it for up-to-date news.

Monday Evening Drop-In Invites Non-Members to Play
The Monday evening Drop-In is open to any tennis player. Club membership not required. Show up and Eric will put to on a court. This is a good way to meet other tennis players in the area. Also a good way to get back into tennis if you haven't played for a while.

Tennis Instructions
Riley Garner, a club member, is offering tennis lessons to all ages. See the notice on the bulletin board at the courts. See the Notices page for information about youth lessons.

2017 Tournament Schedule
Women's Doubles Club Championship — Saturday, June 24, (Pam Anderson and Lynn Jenkins were the repeat winners)
Men's Doubles Club Championship — Saturday, July 22, 9 AM (Michael Reeve and Len McQuat were the winners)
Mixed Doubles Club Championship — Tuesday, August 29, 6:30 PM (NOTE change in date)
Friendly with North Crosby — Saturday, September 9, 9AM (organized by Lynn Jenkins)
Season Ending Tournament — Saturday, September 23, 9AM (organized by Lynn Jenkins)

Season Ending Party Saturday, September 23
Not really the end of the season but an excuse for a dinner party after a morning of tennis. Details to be determined.

The Perth Tay Tennis Club plays on the four hard-surface, lighted tennis courts of Perth's Conlon Farm Recreation Complex. The 53 acres site is located at 127 Smith Drive, at the south end of Perth off Scotch Line or Rogers Road, at the junction of Conlon and Smith Drive (see Map).

Perth Tay Tennis Club rents two of the courts for the exclusive use of club members. These two courts are locked and the club has installed wind screens for better play. See Membership for details of fees and other information.

The other two courts are open to public use except the few hours each week when they are rented for club league play. The lighting of all four courts automatically goes on before dark and off at 10 PM.

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This art was designed by Don Landry, a member of the club just for fun