No Bingo Night and Sundaes

Due to the inclement weather today, we unfortunately have to cancel our bingo night plans.

Sorry for the inconvenience, we hope you can come to our next bingo night on July 6!

Weekday Pool 6/13

The pool will be open weekdays this week at 12 noon and close at the normal time.  Pool will open at 10am on Saturday and Sunday closing at normal times.

Pool/Snack Bar this Week 6/6

Pool and Snack Bar –

Pool This Week:

  • Monday: 10am to 7:30pm
  • Tuesday: 4:30pm to 7:30pm
  • Wednesday/Thursday: 10am to 7:30pm
  • Friday: 10am to 8:30pm
  • Regular Weekend Hours

Snack Bar This Week:

Monday:  11:30am to 6:00pm

Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday: 4:30pm to 7:30pm

Regular Weekend Hours

Pool Opens Friday

We are so excited to have the pool open on Friday.

See pool hours on the bottom of the home page.

Platform Tennis Truths/Myths

Hi Everyone,
Although some of you have already started to create your own clinic group, I would like to invite everyone to come play platform tennis (paddle tennis)  at Edgewood Bath. Clinics are scheduled at your convenience; you just need to get 3 people the pro plays in and instructs at the same time.  If you are unfamiliar with Platform Tennis, here is a good link that gives you a lot of info about the game…
“I don’t think I should do it because it will hurt my tennis game”
….This is a common misconception because other racquet sports like racquetball and squash do hurt your tennis game. Paddle is very similar to tennis and REALLY helps your net game especially. You are in continental grip a lot, which is the same grip you are supposed to use in tennis for all volleys and overheads. One of the quickest ways to improve from a 3.0/3.5 to a 4.0/4.5 rated tennis player is to master the continental grip and improve your ability to end the point at the net. The action is non stop and quick in paddle which will improve your reaction and hand eye coordination in tennis. Here is a good article talking about the relationship between tennis and paddle.
“But it’s too cold to play outside in the winter”
… very valid concern, lol, and no we won’t play when it’s extremely cold. The court is small, and action is fast, and there is not a lot of down time between points like in tennis so you are constantly moving. Points generally last longer because of the ability to play the ball off the screens surrounding the court. The surface is heated which dries it out so you don’t slip.

Fall at Edgewood

It was another Fun Summer at the Edgewood pool.  We hope all of our members enjoyed it.  The tennis courts are available to our Complete/ Tennis Only Members until October 3rd, 2021.  Non-members can utilize the courts for $15 per person.  Please call or email to check for availability and to reserve a court.  Once again this year, the Post University Women’s team will be using our courts as their home courts.  Feel free to come out and watch some great tennis.  We will be doing a few fun fall events for tennis and pickleball.  Watch your email for updates.

See you on the courts!