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Willow Grove Swim Club to Host Open House Events in Scotch Plains


SCOTCH PLAINS/FANWOOD, NJ -- Willow Grove Swim Club in Scotch Plains is opening its doors to the surrounding communities by offering an open house on several upcoming weekends in June. 

The pool and grounds will be open for tours and members will be on-hand to answer questions about membership in the club.  Prospective members are welcome to stop by anytime between 12:00 PM and 4:00 pm on June 4 or 5 or June 11 or 12.  This year, the club is offering seasonal memberships for the first time, along with our traditional bonded membership, age 50+ adult memberships and other options.  A free one-day guest pass will be offered to all those interested in a membership.

Willow Grove is set on five beautiful acres and features a 25 meter, 6 lane pool “L” shaped pool with two diving boards as well as a separate gated kiddie pool area.  The bath house has been recently updated and the grounds offer opportunities for recreational sports such as basketball, ping-pong, tetherball, horseshoes, corn hole, shuffle board and volleyball. 

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A spacious, shady picnic area is equipped with tables and grills for members’ use and a new family picnic area enclosed with the kiddie pool is an ideal setting for young families to relax.

Willow Grove hosts a variety of social events throughout the summer for families, teens and adults.  Swim lessons are available for members and the Barracudas swim team participates in several dual meets and a season-end championship meet. 

The club is located at the end of Evelyn Street off Martine Avenue in Scotch Plains.  More information may be found at or by emailing

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