St. Albert Tennis Club 



   June 22nd         Fun Tennis Tournament

 Non-competitive doubles & mixed doubles

All members & All levels!!

 Saturday, June 22nd

Arrive by 9:00 am,

Play starts at 9:30 am & ends by 2:30 pm

 You can only sign-up online

 Fee - $10.00 per person - cash only -

 light lunch included (Pizza & Salad)


 Volunteers for the Social Committee   

     In order to have an opening day social, the senior provincial tournament in July and a closing social the club needs a social committee which is in charge of the following:  organize volunteers, refreshments, etc. for opening day and closing day and senior tournament, ,stock clubhouse kitchen with supplies. e.g. coffee, paper towels, cleaning supplies  This committee is open to any member of the club who would like to pitch in with help with the food and supplies on those days. Please let a member of the executive know if you can help out or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

We have volunteers from SYSTEM, Lobsters, Nimbledons and Friday Night Lights to run this year's monthly tournaments.

Thanks for your help.

      Call out for Gently Used Tennis Balls for Juniors

Please donate your slightly used balls in the green container by the kitchen entrance to our club's junior program. As long as they have a bit of bounce left in them the juniors and their coaches can make use of them in their camps and lessons. Thanks

Keypads for the Front Door and Lounge

The front door now has a keypad entry system installed so that all members can access the water taps and wash rooms without having to find a member with a key.

The code will be given out to all adult members which should be welcomed by all who have been shut out of the clubhouse in the past when no one was present with a key.

However with freedom comes responsibility!

Please act responsibly with the code and with your access to the clubhouse.

The code should be carefully guarded by the members and not given out indiscriminately. This is very important!

Inside the clubhouse members are asked to be very careful to keep the floors, the washrooms and the kitchen area clean and tidy.

If there are difficulties or infractions (and we don't anticipate any problems) then the code accessibility will be reviewed.

The lounge area will have its own code and that will be given out on a similar basis as to how the lounge keys were distributed in the past.

(The keys formerly used for the front door and lounge are now obsolete but the city would like to have them returned so the executive will be collecting them from the former users - this will also help us determine lounge area access.)

Email any suggestions or concerns on this matter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Volunteers are integral to the success of our tennis club.

Each year we have several volunteer positions which need filling if the club is to operate smoothly and effectively.

We are asking people once again to step forward and take on some of these necessary tasks. In the past members have been very generous with their time and effort. It would be wonderful to see some new faces this year. If your time is limited then tasks can be split or shared. In all fairness we all have a responsibility to see that the volunteer positions are handled equitably by all the members – that way we all share in its success and ensure we have a solid foundation for the future.

Here are some of the positions which need filling: a brief description follows each one.

More information can be obtained at the Open House (see below) or by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Lounge Manager: Thanks very much to Gary Huculak for volunteering for this important position.

Communications Manager: Update website as required with information provided by board members, liaise with the Tennis Club IT Administrator with regard to hardware and software issues, designing the website, etc.,email notices and other information about club events as directed by board members.

Other positions less formal but ongoing:

  1. Put out refuse containers for Monday collection on Sunday night
  2. Return containers to clubhouse on Monday.
  3. Water flowers: at least every other day or on a regular day
  4. Empty on court refuse containers:

One time event

  1. Purchase flowers, once in the spring to fill the containers (This has been filled: thanks very much to Cathy Bowley and Bill Rugg.

If you can help please let a member of the executive know or email  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 2019 membership online registration is now available on the Membership page. (Clink on the Membership tab above).Take advantage of the EARLY BIRD offer up until May 10.

Information and online registration forms are now available for Summer youth camps (click on the Lessons tab above and go to the Youth Camps page)  and Junior Drop In Program for junior club members (click on the Juniors tab above).

Registration for Adult Beginner and Intermediate lessons on Wednesdays in May and June is now available. The information is to be found by clicking on the lessons tab above and then clicking on the Adult Group page.


        New and Revamped Programs for 2019

Please look under the Programs tab at the top of the page for a list of all the programming offered at the club as well check on the calendar (bottom of this page) for club events and programs.

New or Newly Advertised Programs this year include:

SYSTEM (Saturday morning)

Wednesday Morning Drop In

& Friday Night Lights              



The Mission Hill Courts public use schedule is posted by the main gate of the tennis courts.


Club Calendar