The 2017 summer membership application will be available Wednesday, March 1st, 2017.
Application deadline Monday, May 8th, 2017.
Between Memorial Day and Labor Day, The Racquet Club offers a unique opportunity to enjoy the benefits of a full membership on a trial basis. Accepted candidates for the Summer Membership program will enjoy the luxuries of club life at one of Philadelphia’s oldest and most revered private institutions. During this limited period, Summer Members become better acquainted with the staff, facilities, services, and benefits of our prestigious club.
This year the program kicks off with a cocktail party on Wednesday, May 24th to introduce summer members to our resident population. The program ends on Monday, September 4th at which time participants have an opportunity to apply for full-time membership. You may contact Dave Wright at email@example.com or by calling (215) 772-1555 if you have any further questions about the program.
Applicants must be sponsored by a Life, Resident, Suburban, or Junior member in good standing to be considered for membership. Candidates interested in the Program who do not have a sponsor will be wait-listed and considered for membership if additional space is available.
Candidates accepted into Summer Membership will enjoy the seasonal benefits of The Racquet Club, which include:
- Wednesday Summer Happy Hours
- Special Entertainment Programming
- Affinity Club Dinners
- Group Trips to Local Events
- Lunch in the Gold Leaf Café
- Bar Privileges and Nightly Pub Menu Monday Through Friday in the 1889 Pub & Grille
- Backgammon / Billiards / Bridge / Wine Club
- Sailing Association Regattas and Trips
- Business Center
- Barber Shop
- Complimentary Clinics for All Racquet Sports
- Squash – Court Tennis – Racquets
- Swimming Pool
- Fitness Center / Fitness Classes
- Sauna / Steam Room
- Massage Therapist
- Discounted Parking
- Access to 200+ Worldwide Reciprocal Clubs
- Overnight Accommodations
- Rooms can be obtained for guests
- Access to the Pro Shop and RCOP Merchandise