Three Delta, British Columbia, parks to get upgraded sport courts

Sunshine Hills Park in North Delta Photograph By Sandor Gyarmati A number of new and refurbished pickleball and tennis courts will soon be coming to Delta. Delta council has endorsed the parks and recreation department’s sport court improvement program and has directed staff to host public consultation meetings regarding proposed upgrades to Chalmers,

Pickleheads continue growth in 2019

Traditionally, the majority of members fell in the 55 and older age range, but Jones said the club has seen an influx in the younger generation. Josh Thomas Published on: May 18, 2019 | Last Updated: May 17, 2019 5:15 PM EDT Cindy Burton returns a ball while teammate Wayne Hackner looks on

Pickleball provincials coming to Antigonish, Nova Scotia

Mike Hinchey reaches for a return during a recent Pickleball Antigonish Society workout at St. F.X.’s Oland Centre. Corey LeBlanc - Corey LeBlanc Weekend competition will include workshops with top professionals ANTIGONISH, N.S. — Corey LeBlanc(coreyleblanc@thecasket.ca) An up-and-coming sport will take centre court later this month in Antigonish. The Pickleball Antigonish Society and Arisaig

Sudbury, Ontario, Pickleballers welcome northern neighbours

Pickleball enthusiast Bob Miller brings in more than 40 players to kickstart season May 10, 2019 9:00 PM by: Matt Durnan Sudbury's pickleball enthusiasts aren't wasting time when it comes to getting out on the court. Local pickler Bobby Miller put together an invitational event on May 4, with pickleball players from North

Pickleball planned for Monk Street Park, in Point Edward, Ontario

BlackburnNews.com file photo Facelift planned for Monk Street Park By Josh BoyceMay 6, 2019 6:26am@JTBoyceCHOK Efforts are underway to revitalize Point Edward’s Monk Street Park. The village’s proposal includes converting the tennis court into two pickleball courts, adding an area for basketball and ball hockey, and putting in a playground and exercise equipment. Village

With Warm Weather, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Curling Rink Converts to Pickleball facility

May 3, 2019 9:36 AM by: HalifaxToday Staff NEWS RELEASE HALIFAX CURLING CLUB ************************* The oldest continuously operating Curling Club in Canada was looking for new ways keep their doors open throughout the summer and provide the community with an alternative recreational activity. The Club’s President had brunch with a family member who asked

Pickleball back in Sechelt, British Columbia

With the arrival of spring comes several dry floor sports to Sunshine Coast’s two arenas. Pickleball is already underway in Gibsons, and on May 11 the Sunshine Coast Pickleball Association (SCPA) will host opening day festivities from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Sunshine Coast Arena in Sechelt. In addition