Tennis. Proof of Greenwich residency is required once annually for the calendar year, January through December, and is valid for all Parks & Recreation offerings. Tennis Passes are required for all "in season" play on Town tennis courts. The tennis season runs May 15 - December 1.
Tennis courts are located at the following locations throughout the Town of Greenwich: Binney Park; Bruce Park; Byram Shore Park; Central Middle School; Christiano Park; Eastern Greenwich Civic Center; Eastern Middle School; Greenwich High School; Loughlin Ave. Park; Western Middle School; Pemberwick Park . Use of Tennis Courts
Town of Greenwich Department of Parks and Recreation Recreation Division 2021 Tennis Information and Court Rules Tennis information phone line: 203-618-7613 May 3 – August 6 To receive information on tennis court availability, tennis classes, private lesson information, or any other
firstname.lastname@example.org. reservations may be made for any town tennis court 7:00 am to 7:00 pm. the eastern greenwich civic center courts are available 7:00 am to 9:00 pm. reservations may be made 24 hours in advance online; please bring your reservation receipt to the court. 8. in addition to the above, all other regular tennis court rules apply.
Tennis Passes are required for all “in season” play on Town of Greenwich Tennis Courts. Annual Tennis season runs from May 15th through December 1st. Courts are only available to Tennis Pass holders. Instructions for reserving court times are included when Tennis Pass is issued. Applications for Tennis Passes are available at Town Hall or online.
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Town of Greenwich Department of Parks and Recreation 2019 Tennis Tournament Tournament Dates: Saturday, July 13 - 27 Championship is July 27, rain date July 28 Participants must be available on July 13 to play their 1st round match. Registrants must be Greenwich Residents and possess a valid Tennis Card to participate.
International Coastal Cleanup & Environmental Fair. Greenwich Green & Clean, in partnership with Skip the Straw Greenwich, is sponsoring the International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) and Environmental Fair on Saturday, September 18 (11 am - 3 pm) at Greenwich Point Park.
By: greenwichfreepress | May 13, 2020. On Wednesday First Selectman Fred Camillo announced that after careful consideration and review with his Emergency Management Task Force and the Parks & Recreation Dept, the town will reopen some tennis facilities beginning Friday, May 15. Town tennis courts had been closed to the public as of March 22, per the Greenwich First Selectman to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Oct. 25, 2021 Updated: Oct. 25, 2021 9:53 a.m. BOSTON (AP) — A former Georgetown University tennis coach is expected to plead guilty Monday in Boston federal court in the college admissions ...