Pickleball players in Ridgefield, Connecticut, protest loss of Sunday night game

Ridgefield’s ardent pickleballers and the Parks and Recreation Commission are again trying to work things out. A weekly Sunday night pickleball game was canceled earlier in the summer, bringing a delegation of pickleballers to meet with Parks and Recreation Commission officials on Wednesday, Aug. 7. “They raise our rates, then they cancel

Nebraska’s first-ever sole-purposed Pickleball courts open in Kearney

New Pickleball courts in Kearney, Nebraska! WATCH THE VIDEO! KEARNEY, Neb. — After two months of construction, the first-ever built from ground-up pickleball courts opened in the state of Nebraska with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, August 14. The Kearney Association Pickleball Court along with Kearney Parks and Recreation, the City of Kearney

Pickleball returns to Kingman, Arizona: Starting Aug. 25, the gym at Palo Christi Elementary School will be open for pickleball every Sunday

Recreation Coordinator Ryan Fruhwirth explained pickleball is increasing in popularity throughout the country, and will return to Kingman within the next few weeks. (Adobe Images) Travis Rains - August 12, 2019 KINGMAN – “You can’t have a bad day playing pickleball,” said City Recreation Coordinator Ryan Fruhwirth, who was excited to announce

Pickleball comes to Lantana, Texas

Lantana residents enjoy the community’s new pickleball court. Pickleball is one of the fastest-growing sports in America and Lantana is ready for it. Lines have been added to the Stadium Tennis Court to allow for pickleball play. “Several residents reached out to the HOA board of directors about the possibility of adding pickleball

Why Las Vegas Gambled on Pickleball

Why Las Vegas Gambled on Pickleball https://youtu.be/55_-C9klTmA Pickleball is growing in more and more areas and venues are putting real dollars towards investing in the sport. Plaza Hotel & Casino can be considered another pioneer in this direction, including building the first dedicated pickleball courts in a Las Vegas hotel. So when

Pickleball & Oak Park, Illinois, make for a good match

Over 200 players have picked up the burgeoning sport in town Tuesday, August 6th, 2019 (L to R) Nathaniel Powell, Rush Oak Park Hospital; Lynne Casey, Rush Oak Park Hospital; Kassie Porreca, Park Board Commissioner; Karen McMillin, pickleball organizer; Sandy Lentz, Park Board President; Jan Arnold, Park District Executive Director at the ribbon

On the rise: Pickleball’s popularity grows in Frederick, Maryland

By Bill Green bgreen@newspost.com Pickleball, an increasingly popular racket sport, is a sort of mix of tennis, racquetball and pingpong. David Silberman, the USA Pickleball Association’s Frederick ambassador, says pickleball is the fastest-growing sport in the country. Although it originated more than 50 years ago in Washington state, it has been gaining in