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About Us


To provide a pickleball community that is designed:

         -  For Fun          -  For Fitness            -  For Everyone

To develop and grow the sport of pickleball in the Town of Mono and surrounding communities by:

  • Promoting and advancing affordable and equitable* access to the game of Pickleball,

  • Making available opportunities for recreational as well as organized play at all levels,

  • Providing an environment that encourages sportsmanship and where interactions are respectfully social, safe, and collegial.

*welcoming to participants regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, ethnic or racial origin, citizenship,

religion or physical ability

Vision & Mission
Board of Directors

Board of Directors

President:  Rod Yeager

Vice-President:   Helen Choat

Secretary:  Kathleen Dominey

Treasurer:  Richard Lewchuk

Community Liaison:  Anne Yeager

Registrar:  Rod Yeager

Fundraising/Social: Sally Cohen

Maintenance/Equipment: Alex McComb

Director-at-Large: Malcolm Saayman



Constitution, ByLaws and Policies

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Location & Times
Location and Playing Times
Mono College Park
(Cardinal Woods)
8 Hawthorne Road, Mono, ON

Mono College Park Courts:

They're almost complete.  In consultation with the Town of Mono Recreation Department, there is a tentative date for play to resume at Mono College Park in September!!

The court schedule (on the left) will resume once the court reconstruction is completed and the courts are open for play.  Check regularly as it is anticipate that the court schedule will be changing. 
Notice of court opening and revisions to the schedule will be emailed to the membership.

Mono College Park (MCP) Courts Reconstruction:

The renewal of the present surface into 6 dedicated pickleball courts, each individually fenced, with new lighting is scheduled for June 1 - August 31, 2023.  At that time the “new home” of Mono Pickleball Club will be outstanding in its field.

Funds from the Trillium Grant, the New Horizon for Seniors Program, and the Town of Mono will go towards this major venture. The MPC Board continues to play a significant role thought-out, and have open communication and consultation with the engineers, contractors and the Town of Mono along this significant journey.  

Click < here > to see the progress of our new courts.

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