Advancing Public Tennis in the Garden City
JOIN NOW - CELEBRATE YOUR NEW MEMBERSHIP WITH A FIRST-EDITION, BRANDED T-SHIRT
(See picture of new FoNT member Shruti Mandana and daughter Layla in our new Ts)
Members (as of 4/15/21)
Albert T. Aladjem
*Tom Friedman (President)
*Sami O'Reilly (Executive Director)
Louise Knapp Page
WHERE TO PLAY TENNIS AND PICKLEBALL
(Click HERE For Quick Locator of all of Newton's 67 Tennis and 12 Pickleball Courts)
Newton South Courts
All 12 courts are available to the public. Lights are now on. Note: High school tennis seasons will begin April 26 this year and ends June 10.
Newton North Courts
All 10 courts are now open. Lights are now on.
Newton Centre Clay Courts & Schedule
These topnotch five Har-tru clay courts in Newton Centre Playground are scheduled to open the first week of May (weather permitting) for residents and non-residents. Seasonal user/membership fees ($285/resident; $325/non resident payable at www.newtontennis.com; daily guests and walk-up fees $15/resident; $25/non resident. This year, all hourly court reservations will made on on-line thru Yourcourts.com.
New for 2021! Outdoor Pickleball Hybrid Tennis Courts & Schedule
The city of Newton has painted regulation Pickleball lines on courts at The Cove Park in Auburndale, Richard McGrath Park (aka formerly Warren Jr. High Playground on Washington Street ) and Pellegrini Park at 11 Hawthorn St.
To find out about more about Newton group pickleball schedule, register at https://playtimescheduler.com/
Beginning soon, players will register through city of Newton Parks, Recreation and Culture (PRC) website in order to formalize permitted pickleball play 7 days a week 10:30 to 12:30 pm at the Cove in Auburndale. Permitted Pickleball players at the Cove will be charged $20 for Newton residents and $25 for non-Newton residents per quarter.
To find out more about city-sponsored pickleball programs, click here.
Join Now (click blue button)
The Friends of Newton Tennis, Inc. - a 501(c)(3) non-profit - invites you to become a full, active member. Your 12-month membership benefits include advocacy among city officials, fundraising for repair and maintanance of the city's 68 tennis courts, regular updates about the state of all public courts (including Newton Centre Clay Courts), alerts about latest decisions by Newton Parks, Recreation and Culture Commission, and discounts to city tournaments and roundrobins. PLUS+++ a branded, first-edition "The Friends of Newton Tennis" T-shirt,