Here is a brief overview on how to pay for annual club membership dues, league fees, and tournament fees.
Mile High Pétanque Club Membership
We have some great things in store for our 5th year as a club. Whether you are just playing for fun, or whether you play to compete, being a club member is the best way to improve one’s game, support our club, and to promote pétanque in this area. We are a community of licensed members who support the continued growth of the sport in Colorado and beyond. Many of our members compete in tournaments nationally and internationally, as well as in the National Pétanque League. In addition, being a member of one FPUSA club unites players with FPUSA clubs from all across the country.
|by check||by Paypal||Renewals due by|
|Annual Adult Membership Fee||$30||Online Payment: $32||January 25, 2017|
|Annual Junior Membership Fee
(18 and younger)
|$10||Online Payment: $11||January 25, 2017|
New members may sign up at any time, but all licenses expire after January. New members must provide a photo as well as some other information. If interested in joining, please contact us to receive all of the specifics.
If you don’t want to pay the additional online service fees you can send a check for the registration fee amounts to Mile High Pétanque Club, 1480 S. Ingalls St., Lakewood, CO 80232.
National Pétanque League Fees:
|by check||by Paypal||Due by|
|Singles League Registration Fee (with club membership)||$10||$11
Online Payment (with club membership)
|Doubles League Registration Fee (Individual) (with club membership)||$10||$11
Online Payment (Individual) (with club membership)
If you don’t want to pay the additional online service fees you can send a check for the registration fee amounts to Mile High Pétanque Club, 1480 S. Ingalls St. Lakewood, CO 80232.
5th Annual Rocky Mountain Open
Join us for the 5th year celebration of our club’s original doubles tournament. Bring your best doubles team to Centennial Gardens on Sunday, June 4th and we will see who rules the Rockies!
Due to park restrictions registration will not be allowed the day of the tournament. Pre-registration is required by Saturday, June 3rd so that brackets can be printed and prepared. Registered players must check-in in person at Centennial Gardens from 9-10 a.m. the morning of the tournament. Each team will play a minimum of four games. There will be preliminary morning rounds to determine our concours and consolante players for the afternoon. Afterwards there will be a single-elimination tournament to determine our champions. Trophies, medals, and cash prizes will be awarded to the winners.